Falling in love is the easy part

Hi, everyone! How are you doing today? 😉

Did you know you can fall in love with anyone just by asking them 36 questions?

Mandy Len Catron tried this experiment, it worked, and she wrote a viral article about it.

But… is that real love? Did it last? And what’s the difference between falling in love and staying in love?

What do you think? Do you agree with her?

Would you like to try this experiment? Try the 36 questions here.

Leave your comments!

Modal Verbs

Hello, everyone!!! What’s up? 😉

Today I’ll bring this unique grammar point – one of my favorites, though. You may find it complex but I am sure these lessons will help you.

Modal verbs include can, could, should, must, ought to, and many more. These English lessons look at when we use them for obligations, recommendations, possibilities and deductions. This can be a confusing topic indeed, so I hope they help.

Lesson 1:

Lesson 2:

Please try the following exercises to test your knowledge of modal verbs:

If you still have any sort of doubts, please ask me! Leave your comment! 🙂

Personal pronouns

Hey, my dear pupils! 🙂

Pronouns are words which replace nouns.

They make longer conversation or narration smoother by allowing the speaker to not have to repeat the names of people, places and things. For example, in referring to a group of friends, one would use “they” instead of listing all their names (Randy, Laura, Matt and Emily) over and over again.

We can also divide them into two groups: subject and object pronouns. Subject pronouns replace subjects (the thing that does the verb) while pronouns replace objects (the thing that the verb is done to).

Let’s watch the video below to understand it better! Continue reading