Much and Little

   With uncountable nouns to talk about a quantity of something

Using English within conversations is one of the most challenging parts of learning a language. This free downloadable booklet aims to provide a range of food based conversations and information using quantifiers.

Quantifiers are words and phrases that indicate the quantity, level or amount of something. 

This infographic gives you a range of different ways to say 'then'.  This will make you sound more knowledgeable and keep your readers and listeners interested.

Comparative adjectives are used to compare people and things. (Use ‘than’ to compare)

Adjectives are words that describe or modify another person or thing in the sentence. 

Expressions of frequency usually go at the end of a sentence.

The opposite or the negative aspect of an adjective can be formed in a number of ways.

We often use the present simple with adverbs of frequency.

When an adjective owes its origins to a proper noun, it should probably be capitalized.

When the definite article, the, is combined with an adjective describing a class or group of people, the resulting phrase can act as a noun: