English Lesson: Using “It”

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It’s such a nice day today in New York but as you may know, yesterday we had a serious hurricane here in NY. It was interesting to experience such a big storm as hurricane Irene. However, it is such an inconvenience to spend all of this time with no electricity. It is surprising how much damage there is from the storm. Some people were out watching the waves at the beach. I think it is crazy to go out in a storm like that. The power company said it will take up to six days to restore the power here in Long Island. Today, let’s take a look at the word it. It has a variety of uses in English. Do you know how to use it? Today we will look at using it as the subject of the sentence. Have a look at the paragraph above and then check today’s lesson: It + be is used to talk about time and the weather It’s such a nice day today in New York It is ten o’clock in the morning It is usually cool in the evenings here. It + takes + to-Verb (infinitive) is used to show how much …

The Third Person S

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Here’s a question: Who loves you? I love you. You certainly love you, and I am sure that he (or she) loves you too! So many people forget to add the (s) when they talk about “he,” “she,” or “it.” Please remember this sentence: I love you, you love you, he (she) loves you. Don’t forget the “s” for he and she. I send you my love and kisses for remembering the “s.” If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why not help them out! Just share this lesson with them. Thanks for studying today!