Present tense / Verbos – Presente do Indicativo
In Portuguese there are 3 different classes of verbs: verbs ending in “ar”, verbs ending in “er”, verbs ending in “ir”. Each class of regular verbs has its own pattern of termination when conjugated.
When conjugating regular verbs in Portuguese [...]
The purpose of this section is to help you with the Writing Task 1 of the IELTS General test. In Task 1, candidates are asked to respond to a given problem with a letter requesting information or explaining a situation. It is suggested that [...]
ACADEMIC WRITING TASK 1
IELTS Writing Test Band 9.0 Sample Essays
Parents often give children everything they ask for and do what they like. Is it good for children? What are the consequences when they grow up?
Sample 1 : 9 Band
Indulging children has been a common parenting problem in [...]
Academic IELTS Writing Task 2 & Band 8.5 Discursive Essay
Many developing countries require aid from international organisations to develop. Many people think that this aid should be financial, while others think that practical aid and advice are more useful. Discuss [...]
Collocations to increase world power for IELTS writing test.
It is noticed that IELTS learners often face difficulties when it comes to collocations which can be defined as the natural combination of words or the correct arrangement of words in a sentence. [...]
Present Perfect Sentences in Italian
Now, this article deals with the usage of 'Passato Prossimo', i.e., the present perfect tense which will help you in strengthening your grammar even further so that you come to more fully enjoy the beauty of [...]
The present continuous tense in Italian
The present simple tense in Italian can mean both ”I do” and “I am doing”. But there is also a present continuous or progressive form, equivalent to English “I am ….ing”:
To form this tense you [...]
The present tense in Italian is essentially the same as in English. The only difference is that it can also be used as the present continuous, so “I do” and “I am doing” are conjugated the same way. The [...]
Spanish Verb Conjugation in the Present Tense
The most common set of verbs in Spanish and perhaps the most important set of verbs that need to be learned first is the present indicative tense. Although there are conjugations that are easier to learn, the [...]