Active & Passive Voice

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Hi guys!

It has been a while since I last posted something on the blog. I have recently started making videos on YouTube and it is quite time consuming.

In the last 2 videos I made, I teach you had to go from one voice to the other and also mention what the causative clause is. Look at the videos and learn how to do that.

Then dowload this document (which comes with answers) for extra practice.

active-passive-worksheet

  • Active Passive Part 1

 

  • Active Passive Part 2

 

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5 Body Idioms to Learn!

Hey guys!

Here is my first real video! I hope you enjoy it and that it ome in handy one day! Let me know if you would like more videos like this! xoxo

Expression – Take a Shortcut

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What it means:

It is an easier, quicker or shorter way to go somewhere or do something.

How to use it:

It is more often used to get somewhere a quicker way. e.g. Take the shortcut on the right, it is much quicker than the main road.

To take the easy way out is also a similar expression to take a shortcut, meaning an easier way to do something.

 

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