[BCH] Relative clauses

scotty.duckyWe use relative clauses to give additional information about something without starting another sentence. By combining sentences with a relative, your text becomes more fluent and you can avoid repeating certain words.

How to Form Relative Clauses

Imagine, a girl is talking to Tom. You want to know who she is and ask a friend whether he knows her. You could say: Leer más “[BCH] Relative clauses”


[BCH] Reported Speech

pato-punkySome reported speech exercises (with grammar explanations) for you to practice. Some of them can be checked online and some are in PDF format.

englisch-hilfen (online; graduated from the easiest to the most difficult)

perfect-english-grammar (online and pdf; ordered by difficulty) Leer más “[BCH] Reported Speech”

[ESO] Present Perfect

Su estructura es: SUJETO + have/has + PARTICIPIO y lo utilizamos para hablar de una acción que dura hasta el presente o cuyo efecto se tiene en cuenta en el momento de hablar (up to now). Suele utilizarse con estos adverbios: for (durante), since (desde), already (ya), yet (todavía –negativa-, ya –interrogativa-), just (acabar de), ever (alguna vez), never (nunca). Leer más “[ESO] Present Perfect”

IQ test


Have you wondered what your IQ score is? This online IQ test will give you a fast and somehow accurate IQ score (it’s very easy). Take this quick, free IQ test and find out just how smart you are; just click the image. There is not a limited time, so you can have your dictionary at hand to check any unknown word. At the end, you’ll get your result; if you want to boast about it, you must provide proof (a link or a screenshot) 🙂 Leer más “IQ test”