The verb “to get” is one of those verbs that has so. many. uses. Let’s break down two of the basic uses in this first lesson in my three-part series. (The written version of the lesson is below the video.) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsYgOlj7heg get + noun (direct object) When paired with a direct object -- a… Continue reading Part 1: Basic uses of “to get” (VIDEO)
Do you have a hard time deciding if you need to use "come" or "go" in English? Check out this video lesson! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n35Omhh8mGE Get more lessons like this via email Sign up for the Teacher Amanda email list and you'll receive a free e-book of 33 Everyday English Expressions in your first email!
I used to live in San Francisco. I am used to living in San Francisco. Take a look at the two sentences above. They are very similar, but have very different meanings! What's the difference? First: Notice how the two sentences are different. Sentence 1 says "used to live," while sentence 2 says "am used to… Continue reading “Used to” vs. “Am used to”