Category: Blog

Present Tenses 01

By AmbraAmbra/ no comments
Present simple and present continuous

English Matrix Grammar 1 The Indefinite Articles A and An

By AmbraAmbra/ no comments
The Indefinite Articles A and AN are part of basic English. If you are a beginner, you will find this video helpful. A or An – The Indefinite Articles The

Irregular Verbs List

By AmbraAmbra/ no comments
Irregular Verbs List This list contains all the irregular verbs of the English language. Each entry includes the base or bare infinitive first, followed by the simple past (Verb 2)

DIRECT AND INDIRECT SPEECH

By AmbraAmbra/ no comments
Direct and indirect speech can be a source of confusion for English learners. Let’s first define the terms, then look at how to talk about what someone said, and how

THE DEFINITE ARTICLE

By AmbraAmbra/ no comments
They say “Little strokes fell great oaks”, “A small leak will sink a great ship” or “Little chips light great fires”. In a grammatical context, these proverbs may refer to

NOUN PHRASES

By AmbraAmbra/ no comments
I promised I would be back with an article on noun phrases and here I am, so glad to resume our conversation and journey through the captivating English Matrix towards

My Profession of Faith

By AmbraAmbra/ no comments
Do you know why I am teaching English? I want my students to feel FREE when speaking English. I want my students to feel confident in achieving their goals. I want

English Packed With Truth and Wisdom – THE UNIVERSE

By AmbraAmbra/ no comments
Many Thanks to Professor Doctor MAVRINO, Chief PIRASAN Centre of Traditional Medicine, Nominated as Honorary Professor of OXFORD ACADEMIC UNION I have come to tell you, to show you, so that

MODALITY – Proficiency

By AmbraAmbra/ no comments
The more you know in terms of how to convey subtle nuances, the more successful you get in communication and the better you manage various life situations. Therefore, I’d like

Confusing Words: look / see / watch

By AmbraAmbra/ no comments
You look, see and watch with your eyes, but when using these words, you might feel a little bit confused. Let’s make things clear: LOOK You direct your attention to