How to use the basic conditionals (IF sentences) in English, including the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and zero conditionals.
If I win the lottery I will buy a castle...
Also called the Past Progressive Tense.
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If I had won the lottery I would have bought a castle... (third conditional)
How to use "be used to doing" or "be used to something".
Conjugations for 7,422 English verbs. Input any form, e.g. "went".
Master the present perfect continuous
Fun activity for practising irregular verbs.
The structure and use of the subjunctive in English.
online exercises and grammar rules
When and how to use these modal verbs in English.
Must for obligation. "I must do."
For prohibition. "I must not do."
Ranked in order of use.
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Present perfect continuous or Present perfect progressive tense
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If I won the lottery I would buy a castle...
Should is an auxiliary verb, a modal auxiliary verb. We use should mainly to give advice or make recommendations, talk about obligation or talk about probability and expectation.
Two printable exercises
Exercise for mastering the past simple form
Learn how to use the modal verb "would". With quiz to test your understanding.
Learn about English auxiliary verbs.