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Learning English - Express English

Learning English - Express English

The Internet Grammar of English Welcome to the Internet Grammar of English! The Internet Grammar of English is an online course in English grammar written primarily for university undergraduates. However, we hope that it will be useful to everyone who is interested in the English language. IGE does not assume any prior knowledge of grammar. The Internet Grammar of English is accessible free of charge. Please note that the Internet Grammar of English has been thoroughly revised and updated, and is now available as an App for Android and Apple mobile devices. Alternatively, to avoid potentially long download times, why not buy The Internet Grammar of English on CD-ROM? If you are a UK school teacher we strongly recommend you look at our Englicious website. To use the site for reference purposes, use the navigation tools on the left.

Spoken English Blog/Website: Learn to speak fluently Speaking - Dialogues and role-play in English - Diálogos en inglés Recursos para estudiantes de inglés de todos los niveles, profesores y traductores. Para aprender o mejorar tu inglés en forma divertida a través de Internet. Haz doble click sobre una palabra para ver la traducción Babylon Traductor gratis Speaking Role-Plays En esta parte te ofrecemos la posibilidad de practicar tu inglés participando en diálogos de la vida cotidiana. ¿Qué se necesita? Primero, deberás instalar un programa para poder escuchar y hablar.Click aquí para instalarlo (es gratis) Además, necesitarás tener conectado un micrófono y por supuesto, auriculares o altavoces para poder escuchar. ¿Cómo funciona? En cada página se ofrece un diálogo distinto para practicar. Elige un diálogo More dialogues coming soon...

Question words (1) - Exercise to learn English Question words Questions about the subject When we ask questions about the subject of a sentence, the word order in the question and the answer is the same: Ben designed this house. Who designed this house? X Who did build this house? / Who built this house? • We use what, who, which, whose and how many in-questions about the subject. Questions about the object Questions about the object need an auxiliary verb (do, have, is, etc.) before the subject: Wren designed this cathedral. What did Wren design? • We use what, which, who, whose, when, where, how often, etc. in questions about the object.X Which cathedral Wren built? Here is a summary of question words with examples: Position of prepositions • Note the change in the position of a preposition in questions about the object: I gave the book to John, becomes: Who did you give the book to? She sent the letter from , becomes: Where did she send the letter from? What or which? We use what when the choice is open. What colour do you like?