Ought to and Had Better
'Ought to' and 'Had Better' are used for giving advice and recommendations. These are used differently and they can have different meanings. Start learning!
Had Better vs. Should vs. Ought To
'Had better,' 'should,' and 'ought to' are used to give advice. In this lesson, we will learn their uses, similarities, and differences.
Have To vs. Must vs. Should
'Have to,' 'must,' and 'should' talk about different levels of obligations that may confuse you. In this lesson, we will learn more about them.
'Giving advice' actually refers to expressing your opinion about a particular thing. In this case, you express something could happen in a better way.
Have To vs. Need To
'Have to' and 'need to' may confuse learners as they convey the same meaning in negative form. In this lesson, we will learn more about them.
Talking about Prediction
There are many ways to talk about prediction in English. In this article, we want to learn how to predict future events.
Ought To vs. Might
'Ought to' and 'might' are used to talk about possibilities and may confuse learners. In this lesson, we will learn when to use them.
Dare and Need
'Dare' and 'need' have characteristics of both modal verbs and main verbs. Because of this, they are called semi-modals. In this lesson, we'll learn about them.
There are some modal verbs that can be used to make offers in English. In this article, we will learn about them. Click here to read more.
One of the functions of this expression is to talk about repeated actions in the past which we don't do in the present.
Can vs. Able To
'Can' and 'be able to' are both used to refer to abilities. In this lesson, we will learn their differences and when to use them.
You might know that there are two kinds of requests in English. Direct requests and indirect requests. In this article, we will focus on indirect requests.
Talking about Habits
Habits are things that we do regularly, from the past to the present time. Sometimes we can use some modals and semi-modals to refer to habits.
Giving and Asking for Permission
Asking permission is a social skill that is a need in any culture. On the other hand, being able to allow someone to do something is another skill. Read more.
Talking about Abilities
When you want to socialize with strangers, you can talk about your abilities. What does it mean? Should we use our abilities or talk about them? Learn more.
Talking about Assumptions
The term assumption is derived from the verb assume. In this article, we will focus on the modal verbs to learn to talk about assumptions.
Should vs. Ought To
'Ought to' is considered as an alternative for the verb 'Should.' They can talk about assumptions and advice. In this lesson, we will learn more about them.
Had Better vs. Would Better
'Had better' and 'would better' are confused by learners. In this lesson, we will discover which one is correct and when to use them.
Semi-modals are the subcategory of modal verbs. So it is good to learn the difference between modal verbs and semi-modal verbs to use them properly.
Have To vs. Ought To
'Have to' and 'ought to' may cause confusion as they both express obligations. In this lesson, we will learn more about them.
Must and Have to
'Have to' and 'must' have the same meaning and are used to express obligations. However, they are used in different situations and are not interchangeable.
Should vs. Have To
'Should' and 'have to' are confused by learners as they both express a level of certainty. In this lesson, we will learn more about them.
Talking about Deduction
'Deduction' means to make guesses based on former information about something. In this article, we learn how to make deductions about events.
Ought To vs. Could
'Ought to' and 'could' may confuse learners as they both talk about possibilities. In this lesson, we will learn more about them.
Used to vs. Use to
In this lesson, we will learn about the differences and similarities between these two grammatical structures. Wanna join me?
Have To vs. Get To
'Have to' and 'get to' are used to talk about obligations and opportunities respectively. In this lesson, we will learn all about them.
Must vs. Need
'Must' and 'need' are confused by learners as they express different levels of necessities. In this lesson, we will learn all about them.
Have To vs. Have Got To
'Have to' and 'have got to' mean the same but they have different levels of formality. In this lesson, we will learn all about them.
Talking about Willingness
In every language, there are ways to express your feelings. Let us learn how to express willingness in English.
Would vs. Used To
'Would' and 'used to' are used to talk about habits which is why many learners confuse them. In this lesson, we will find out their difference.
Talking about Necessity
Some structures in English imply something that is not optional and there is a need to do them.
Have to vs. Need to
In this lesson, we're gonna delve into grammatical pairs that are confusing. Many people do not know how to use them correctly. C'mon.
Ought To vs. Had Better
'Ought to' and 'had better' may confuse learners as they both express obligations. In this lesson, we will learn when to use each.
Talking about Possibilities
There are different ways to talk about possibilities in English. Each way has its own function. We can also express our thoughts through possibilities.
Had Better vs. Would Rather
'Had better' and 'would rather' are often confused by learners. In this lesson, we will explore the reasons behind this confusion.