Monday, December 19, 2022

When -ED Does Not Mean Past Tense

 “When you see the -ED ending on a word, it means that the sentence is in the past tense.”

But wait... that's not necessarily correct!

This is a topic that often confuses my own students, so I've written an article to clear things up in detail.

Click below to read it:

New Quiz: YOUR and YOU'RE

There is another new quiz on Road to Grammar on the topic YOUR and YOU'RE - many learners - and even native speakers - mix up these two ...