YouTube English Grammar Lesson – Second Conditional With IF

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Here is another YouTube English lesson for you! For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at using IF to imagine something. We use this grammar to talk about hypothetical situations. It’s called the SECOND CONDITIONAL. I hope you like this lesson…if you do, please take a minute and subscribe to my YouTube Channel! If you know anyone who might …

YouTube English Lesson – Using Could Have (Past Modal)

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Hey guys! Here is another one-point English lesson. A log of people have been asking me about using could have, would have, and should have. You know, past modal verbs. Well, for today’s lesson, we will look at how we use COULD HAVE and COULDN”T HAVE in everyday English. I’m going to cover the other past modals in a future …

What’s The Difference Between PREPARE and PREPARE FOR – English Grammar Lesson

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What’s the difference between prepare and prepare for? How does putting the preposition for change the meaning or useage of prepare ? I know that prepositions can be tricky when you are learning English, so hopefully, this grammar lesson about for will help you out. You prepare something (without for). You can prepare a meal, prepare a dish, or prepare …