What is the correct answer?

What is the correct answer ? He is becoming / is going to become a geologist when he leaves university. This is his plan. Answer The correct answer of your two options would be “He is going to become a geologist when he leaves university. This is his plan.”. The below options would also work: … Read more

Yesterday, I went to Paris

Yesterday, I went to Paris and I have been to Paris yesterday. Which one is the most suitable and please explain the difference between these two sentences? Answer “I have been to Paris” means that at some unspecified point in the past, you visited Paris. If you want to specify a particular time for the … Read more

Rewrite the sentence, using the noun form of its verb: [duplicate]

This question already has an answer here: Who is/was the author of (1 answer) Closed last year. “Oscar Wilde wrote the novel, “The Picture of Dorian Gray.” (Rewrite this sentence, using the noun from of the verb “wrote”.) [1] Oscar Wilde was the writer of the novel, “The Picture of Dorian Gray”. [2] Oscar Wilde … Read more

Take a look at this visualization of tenses

I saw a visualization of tenses in google. But I fount some differences from what I have in mind. How about you? Is this correct? Answer I had eaten : “Why didn’t you have any pizza yesterday?” “I had (already) eaten.” I will have eaten : “I’ll be back in two hours.” “I will have … Read more

What shouldn’t (have) happen(ed)

When something bad happens to you that you could expect it to happen, but did not wish that happen, you would probably say: 1) Finally, that shouldn’t have happened, happened. 2) Finally, that shouldn’t happen, happened. Added example: He is really in need these days. He can barely make a living for his family. Due … Read more

A change of plan

Think about plans you’ve had which changed. Use these or your own ideas… • meeting friends • commuting / traveling • planning an event Answer these questions: What were you planning to do? What went wrong? What did you do about it? What happened in the end? Answer Questions like these are personal. This means … Read more

Wake up & Woke up

What’s the different between ‘wake up’ & ‘woke up’? Which grammar part used in it? & How can I understand this type of word? Which means different situation? Answer I always wake up at 8 a.m. I woke up at 10 a.m. yesterday. woke up is the past tense of wake up. https://www.dictionary.com/browse/wake?s=t AttributionSource : … Read more

Help me to understand examples [closed]

Closed. This question is off-topic. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it’s on-topic for English Language Learners Stack Exchange. Closed 5 years ago. Improve this question What is the difference between these sentences.Especially, what does the first example mean? 1) I have been there. 2) I … Read more