The difference between No and Not in English


Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3   We use both words for negations and negative sentences, but often find it difficult to distinguish their differences in how they are used.   Download Exercise   No and Not: their differences in how they are used 1. No, has the same use as in Spanish and is …

Indefinite Pronouns (Part Two)


Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3   The meaning of the words any and some is “algunos/as”, but we use any in questions and negative sentences, and some in positive sentences. For example, we say: ~ «Are there any books on the table?», «Yes, there are some books on the table» ~ «Are there any …

“Quantifiers”


Stage 1 Stage 2 This week’s blog is about the words ‘many’ and ‘much’ and ‘few’ and ‘little’. These words often cause confusion because a lot of students have difficulty remembering when to use one or the other.
We use ‘many’ and ‘few’ for things we can count, such as tables, chairs, people etc… We use …