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.
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.
Could vs. Will
'Will' and 'could' are modal verbs that give additional information about the main verb. In this lesson, we will learn their uses and differences.
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.
Will vs. Going To
'Will' and 'going to' are mainly confused by learners since they talk about predictions and decisions. Learn more about them in this lesson.
Will vs. Shall
'Will' and 'shall' are modal verbs used to discuss the future. They are often confused since they are interchangeable. In this lesson, we will learn about them.
Talking about Willingness
In every language, there are ways to express your feelings. Let us learn how to express willingness in English.
Will vs. Would
'Will' and 'would' have similar functions which is why learners confuse them. However, there are differences between them that we will learn in this lesson.
May vs. Will
'May' and 'will' are modal verbs that confuse learners because they both make offers. In this lesson, we will learn more about them.
Might vs. Will
'Might' and 'will' are modal verbs that may confuse learners since they both talk about possibilities. In this lesson, we will learn their uses and differences.