THE POSSESSIVE FORM OF NOUNS The possessive form is used with nouns referring to people, groups of people, countries, and animals. It shows a relationship of belonging between one thing and another. To form the possessive, add apostrophe + s to the noun. For example: […]


NEW YEAR’S VOCABULARY New Year’s resolutions Resolutions are goals or ideas that people will often make for themselves, to set a plan for the future. At the start of a new year, it’s common for many people to make special resolutions for the year ahead, […]

La magie de Noël

La magie de Noël   Au nord de l’équateur, tout commence avec les premières neiges qui annoncent que l’année touche à sa fin. On commence à préparer la fête de Noël. Doucement mais lentement, on prépare la fête la plus emblématique du monde entier. Penser […]

Parentheses and Brackets

Parentheses and Brackets The difference between a ‘bracket’ and a ‘parentheses’ can be a bit confusing. Generally, parentheses refers to round brackets () and brackets to square brackets[]. Parentheses are punctuation marks that are used to set off information within a text or paragraph. For […]

Direct and indirect speech

Direct and indirect speech Direct speech describes when something is being repeated exactly as it was – usually in between a pair of inverted commas. For example: He told me,“I’ll call you at 8pm.” Indirect speech will still share the same information – but instead […]