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Anna Grammar

Used to
Anna settles an argument on ways to present the auxiliary verb 'used to' to a class.
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Vocabulary - Chic
Anna looks at the comparative forms of this word and talks about pronunciation.
Intermediate
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Verbs - Have to
Lan Phuong asks about the use of "have to".
Intermediate
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Verb forms - Teaching the present perfect
Hasan from the UK asks for some tips on teaching the present perfect. Anna suggests some exercises and recommends some Instant Lessons that also deal with this potentially tricky verb form.
Intermediate
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Quantifiers - many and a lot of
Chomyaen asks about having a lot of friends and many friends.
Intermediate
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Quantifiers - lots of/a lot of
Francisca from Argentina asks about the use of "lots of" and "a lot of".
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Pronunciation - past verb endings
Patricia from the USA asks for help with the teaching of /id/, /t/ and /d/ verb endings. Anna suggests a number of tried and true drills.
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Prepositions - like/as, in/on
Lea from USA asks about the use of these prepositions.
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Prepositions - in/on/at
Anna answers a letter from Spain and suggests using an Instant Lesson to provide some practice.
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Modals - should have/must have
Ducpham from Vietnam asks how to use these two modals in the past. In her reply, Anna talks about job interviews.
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Do us proud
A letter from France asks Anna about "You do us proud". Anna gives a musical reply ....
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Conditionals - I wish I were
Lesley from Argentina asks about the difference between was and were in conditional sentences.
Intermediate
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Six questions from Vietnam
Anna answers questions about vocabulary, pronunciation, ever/never and the use of articles.
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Confusables - older and eldest
Anna is asked to clarify the difference between elder/eldest and older/oldest.
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Prefixes
Mai Phuong from Vietnam asks Anna some tricky questions about prefixes.
Intermediate
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Verbs - Intransitives and passives
Sharon from Taiwan wants to know if there is any grammatical rule that says we can't use intransitive verbs in a passive sentence. Anna replies ...
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Pronouns - I or I am?
Mei from Germany asks Anna about short answers and the use of pronouns.
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Confusables - Big or large?
This week Anna helps Katrin from Germany.
Intermediate
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Articles - an hotel?
This letter from Carl is in response to an earlier Anna Grammar page "A unique". Anna's reply looks at pronunciation and articles.
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Verbs of Perception
Leslie from Thailand has a student who wants a bit of help with these verbs. Anna to the rescue ....
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Verbs -ing forms and modals
Frank from Taiwan gives Anna some feedback and makes a couple of suggestions. The first is about Anna's reply to Kathleen from Japan in which she discusses the "Future Perfect". The second comment refers to Anna's series of exercises about modals.
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Would you mind?
Sharon from Tawian asked Anna if she wouldn't mind answering a confusing question. Here is Anna's reply ...
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Prepositions - to and for
Larama in Brazil says her students have a problem using these prepositions correctly and asked Anna to try and simplify things.
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Verbs + to
Anna offers Tricia from Australia some advice and exercises to help her Japanese students.
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Confusables - Make and do
Anna helps Patricia and Laurie from the UK with the infamous confusables "make" and "do".
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Double Negatives
Julie from France asks why you can sometimes use two negatives in one sentence so Anna explains ...
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Passive and get
Alison in The U.K wrote and asked for tips on teaching the passive using 'get'. Anna suggests the following ...
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Phrasal verbs
Laurie from the USA asks Anna about the English phenomenon called "Phrasal Verbs". Here is Anna's reply.
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A unique .....
A teacher from Singapore poses a unique question.
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To have or not to have
Leo from Belgium asks about making questions using the verb "to have".
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worry
'A Grammar Teacher' asked if Anna could do a lesson on "Concerned/Worried" so here it is!
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Future_perfect
Kathleen in Japan asks for some advice on reinforcing the future perfect.
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Modals5 - 'may' & 'might'
This is the last part of Anna's reply to Martine. Anna looks at modal verbs and provides some exercises.
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Modals4 - 'must' in the past
This is the fourth part of Anna's five part reply giving help with modals. This week she looks at modality in the past.
Intermediate
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Modals3 - "will"
This is part three of Anna's reply to a letter asking for help with modals. In this section Anna looks toward the future.
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"none is" and "none are"
An argument in South Africa is hopefully settled by Anna.
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Modals2 - Can and could
This is the second part of Anna's letter to Martine. She looks at can and could and their various uses.
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Modals -"must" and "have to"
Martine has asked for help with the teaching of modal verbs. This is the first part of Anna's 5 part answer and deals with "must" and "have to".
Intermediate
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Prepositions - Drills
Anna gives help to a teacher from New Zealand who is preparing their students for IELTS.
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Idioms - What Are You Up To?
Anna explains to Candy in Australia what this expression means.
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Quantifiers - "Some" and "Few"
Anna replies to a letter and offers some exercises.
Intermediate
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Prepositions - "get into" and "go into"
Anna explains how these depend on the difficulty of the task in hand and provides some exercises.
Intermediate
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Verb forms - Fixed Future
An e-mail from France is answered.
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Verb forms - Perfect and Continuous
Anna replies to this e-mail asking about aspect.
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Books
Anna tells Joelle from France what her favourite grammar books are.
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Verbs - No Car
Anna replies to a letter from Argentina about "have" and "have got".
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Adverbs - "Only"
Anna helps Anne from New Zealand in this reply.
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Confusables - Reproach for and with
Anna talks about prepositions in this reply.
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Pronouns - Wedding Vows
This letter from Finland asks about "us" and "we".
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Confusables - Fun
In this reply to an e-mail from Australia, Anna looks at gradable nouns and "such".
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