Present Perfect | Past Simple | Native English Teacher .NET Present Perfect | Simple Past verb tenses – and when to use them. This week we’re going to talk about something a lot of people have problems with, the simple past and the present perfect verb tense. When do we use the simple
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WILDLIFE: Animals that live in nature, away from people. Wild animals collectively; the native animals (and sometimes plants) of a region or area. FOR EXAMPLE: The WILDLIFE in Hawai’i is limited – there are no snakes, no monkeys and no bears. The Amazon Rainforest is full of WILDLIFE, some of which we’ve never seen before!
TO BE ON THE FENCE ABOUT SOMETHING: When you don’t know how you feel about something yet When you cannot yet decide one way or the other Waiting to choose which way to go FOR EXAMPLE: “I’m ON THE FENCE ABOUT THIS SHIRT. Does it make me look fat?” “Are you coming with us to
STAY ON YOUR TOES – Definition | Learn American English Idioms and Slang | Triumphant – Mariah Carey
BE ON YOUR TOES: Be careful; be prepared; be ready; watch yourself; be sure to follow the rules FOR EXAMPLE: I’m going to Las Ramblas in Barcelona. – > Be on your toes, there are a lot of pick-pockets there. Do you smoke cigarettes at home? – > No way, I have to be careful