English Grammar: AUXILIARY VERBS – be, do, have

Do we say, “I am eat” or “I am eating”? What about “He didn’t go” or “He didn’t went”? These questions and more will be answered when you watch this English grammar lesson on auxiliary verbs. I will teach you how to use the three auxiliary verbs in English — “be”, “do”, and “have”. We will go over each one in detail and with examples. First, you will learn how to use “be” in the passive and progressive forms in the present, past, and future. Then, we will look at “do” in the present and past simple. Last, I will teach you how to use “have” in the future, present, and past perfect. Plus, we will discuss the positive and negative use of “do” as an auxiliary verb”. Whew! There’s a lot of material here, so make sure you do the quiz at https:// to

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PUNCTUATION MASTERCLASS – Learn Punctuation Easily in 30 Minutes – Comma, Semicolon, Period, Etc.

Learn PUNCTUATION Easily in 30 Minutes in this Punctuation Masterclass. Also see – MOST COMMON MISTAKES IN ENGLISH & HOW TO AVOID THEM: https:// ***** RELATED LESSONS ***** 1. HAVE BEEN / HAS BEEN / HAD BEEN: https:// 2. Correct Use of COULD and WOULD: https:// 3. All GRAMMAR lessons: https:// 4. How to Become Fluent in English: https:// In this lesson, you will learn the rules for using: – period/full stop (.) – exclamation mark (!)

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Improve your conversation skills with WH questions

Where did you go? Who did you go with? Learn how to keep a conversation going by using who, what, when, where, why, and how! Now why don’t you take the quiz?

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Basic English: 4 types of HOW questions

How comfortable are you with forming English questions? In this lesson, I will teach you four types of questions that are specific to the word “how”. I will show you basic English question structure with “how much”, “how many”, “how + adjective”, and “how + adverb”. This is an excellent lesson for beginners who are just learning the language, and it’s a good review lesson for those students who just want to make sure they’re doing things the right way. When you’re finished watching the video, don’t forget to test your knowledge with the quiz at https:// Think of how much better you’ll feel after watching this video! TRANSCRIPT How should I start this lesson? I have no idea. Okay, so I guess I’ll just start. Right? If you don’t know how,

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STOP talking like a baby!

Do you know what baby talk is? It’s a cute way of saying things, usually used by young children. Sometimes English learners use baby talk without knowing it, and this can be very embarrassing! Don’t worry — I’ll tell you what the most common baby talk words and phrases you might be saying are. I’ll also explain some common ways baby talk is used by children, so you can understand English-speaking children and know how to speak to them. Take the quiz on this lesson here: https:// TRANSCRIPT Hewo. My name’s Wonnie. What’s your name? What? My name’s Ro-… What are you? My name’s Ronnie. What’s going on? I’m going to teach you something today that is very, very important, especially for the ladies. Sometimes I know you try and be very cute. Cool. But there comes a

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What is wrong? (9) (Grammar Practice) [ ForB English Lesson ]

Welcome to ForB’s English lesson video! This time we are joined with a special guest: Chika and please find a mistake in a sentence. For other videos, please check out ForB YouTube Channel. ⇒ ★ Collaborator: Check out her channel! ・あそびうた【Chikaちゃゔねる / 薤本ちか〒 https:// ★ Transcript Hi, everyone. Welcome back to another lesson here at ForB English. I’m Gabriella and in this lesson, we are joined with a special guest: Chika, who is joining us for today’s lesson and this is the “what is wrong?” series. Are you ready to guess what is wrong, Chika? Hi. Hi! Are you ready? Yeah! Okay. I’m going to say a sentence twice and you’re going to tell me what is wrong in the

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