Learn English Grammar – Using WAIT

Michael Grammar 4 Comments

I think most people don’t like waiting for things, but if you think about it, we wait all the time. We wait for trains, busses, meetings, and wait for people to do things for us. We wait hours for flights to arrive and concerts to begin. Maybe you have waited to see an English lesson that deals with the verb wait. Well, you don’t need to way any longer. Here it is! There are four basic English grammar patterns when using wait. Today, let’s have a look and practice these. We use wait for + [someone/something] I was waiting for the train in the rain this morning. Can you wait for me? I’ll be ready in five minutes. Jack said he is still waiting for the package from his sister. We also use wait for + [someone/something] + [to verb] I was waiting for the train to arrive. Can you wait for me to go out? I’ll be ready soon. Jack is waiting for the package to be delivered. We use wait + [time] without a preposition after wait. I waited ten minutes for the train. Can you wait five minutes? Jack waited all day, but the package didn’t arrive. …

On YouTube! Verbs & Prepositions: SURPRISED Plus Prepositions – English Vocabulary Word Lesson

MIchael Grammar, Vocabulary Leave a Comment

New on YouTube! Today is Part 13 in my series of lessons to help you increase and remember vocabulary. This month, we are looking at verb and preposition combinations. Today, we are going to study all of the prepositions we can use with the verb, WORK. Click the CC button to see the subtitles and download the transcript of the examples below. Are you ready? Let’s check it out! 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 be interested in this English language point, why not help them out! Just share this lesson with them. Thanks for studying today!