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Infinitive: to catchPresent participle: catchingPast participle: caught Present Simple I catchYou catchShe/he/it/one catchesWe catchThey catch Present Progressive I am catchingYou are catchingShe/he/it/one is catchingWe are catchingThey are catching Present perfect I have caughtYou have caughtShe/he/it/one has caughtWe have caughtThey have caught Past Simple (preterit) I caughtYou caughtShe/he/it/one caughtWe caughtThey caught Past progressive I was catchingYou [...]
Date: the nineteenth of December the flu : la grippe a cold : un rhume runny nose: le nez qui coule sore throat: mal à la gorge a bug = a virus a cough : une toux, to cough: tousser take a day off (sick) : poser une journée (pour maladie) a pain in the [...]
thanks to realenglish for this video
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Well there you go, a fantastic 0-0 draw between England and Algeria. I hope that England will go out of the competition and that an African nation will the cup for the first time. Now for a quick calculation: If Wayne Rooney gets paid £100,000 per month and John Terry gets £160,000 per month, the [...]
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The DCL is the official language qualification of Education Nationale, the French ministry of Education. This three-hour examination thoroughly tests all language skills, reading, writing, speaking and listening, and candidates are scored also on their ability to accomplish a task in English. So if you make a lot of grammatical mistakes but you successfully accomplished [...]
l the laws of the land to fly out the window (disparaitre)
Thanks to the guys at learnenglishidioms for these videos. I would say that journalists, more than politicians, are responsible for the use and over-use of expressions and idioms. When we use an expression too much, it becomes a ‘cliché’ (even in English!)
Don’t always trust your first impression, especially external appearances – it’s what’s inside that’s important. That’s why we have the expression ‘it’s wrong to judge a book by its cover’. Watch the video for a good example!
Voici encore une fiche à imprimer: les verbes irréguliers en groupes. Ils sont plus facile à retenir comme ça!
Learn some alternatives to the boring ‘I agree’! You can download a printable reference as well.
I don’t usually write about other languages, but I thought this was an interesting question!
I used to play tennis: avant, je jouais au tennis Voilà, c’est aussi simple que ça! On dit souvent (surtout à l’école) qu’il faut traduire ‘used to’ comme ‘j’avais l’habitude de…’ mais en générale ce n’est pas nécessaire, ni utile. Je mets le ‘avant’ en français afin d’indiquer qu’il s’agit d’une action que je ne [...]
For those who are unclear what a recession actually is, I will do my best to quickly clarify it. A recession is a contraction phase of the business cycle. The National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) defines it as a “significant decline in economic activity spread across the country, lasting more than a few months, [...]