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Welcome to our first 6 Minute Grammar programme. We hope you like it. Dont forget that you can subscribe to the podcast version.
Its time for 6 Minute Grammar. This week Sophie and Neil explain the present simple and present continuous tenses. Dont forget that you can subscribe to the podcast version.
Its time for 6 Minute Grammar. This week Sophie and Finn explain different meanings of the word like .
In this programme we join Finn, Sophie and Neil as they discuss all things relating to the topic of adverbs of frequency.
Its time for 6 Minute Grammar. This week Finn and Alice discuss how we talk about obligations in English using have to and must. Remember, you dont have to listen to it right now, you can subscribe to the podcast version.
Finn brings you past simple explanations and examples in this unit’s 6 Minute Grammar, while Sophie eats biscuits…
In this session weve looked at the story of the Titanic disaster. Weve learned how to talk about past events using the past simple and past continuous. Its time for 6 Minute Grammar with Rob, Emma and Finn to help you understand these two past verb forms.
What can you learn in 6 minutes? Quite a lot if you listen to 6 Minute Grammar where Rob and Emma talk about articles and Finn talks about elephants in Cambodia.
In this session weve looked at the wedding plans of three different couples, and learned how to talk about the future using the present continuous and going to. Now, its time for 6 Minute Grammar with Rob, Emma and Finn to help us practise the units new grammar.
When is a verb followed by a gerund, and when is it followed by an infinitive? If it can be followed by either, does the meaning change?
Have you ever listened to 6 Minute Grammar? If youve never heard it, nows your chance! Lets find out what a camel has got to do with present perfect as Finn and Alice use the words ever and never to talk about life experiences.
So since we started this session, weve talked about using the present perfect with the words for and since . We havent finished though - heres 6 Minute Grammar with Neil, Sophie and Catherine. Theyre talking all about this use of the present perfect and some of their experiences. But can you answer these questions?
Meet our presenters Rob and Sophie. Whos the tallest and whos the thinnest? These are questions to answer in 6 Minute Grammar as they try to explain more about comparatives and superlatives. Will this be the most useful 6 minutes of your life?! Lets find out…
Finn and Alice present this edition of 6 Minute Grammar, but they keep getting interrupted by phone calls from Alices friend Hamish. Thankfully, in his phone calls he uses a lot of the language were studying in this session - the present perfect with just, already and yet.
This is a Unit which focuses a lot on relative clauses. By now you are people who have probably read a lot about relative clauses! Time to take a break from the reading - listen to Finn, Alice and Catherine in 6 Minute Grammar. They will help you put all this relative clause information in order.
Decisions, decisions! Catherine doesnt know what to have for dinner tonight. She might have a curry or she may have a steak. Listen to 6 Minute Grammar to find out what she decides to have - and learn more about using the words may, might and could along the way. Tuck in!
In 6 Minute Grammar, Neil, Catherine and Rob share their pasts with you and give lots of examples of used to .
In everyday English, the words _who, what, which_ and _whose_ are very common in questions. But how do we form questions when we want to ask about a subject or an object? Do not fear, Rob and Catherine are here to help. Theyve got 6 minutes to explain everything. Are you ready to begin?
This session has been all about expressing degree in English. Too, very, and enough are three key words we use for this. In 6 Minute Grammar, Rob and Catherine will help you understand how theyre used and what they mean.
Neil and Catherine go on on a tense tour of six very important English tenses. Listen to their examples and explanations and see if you can get top marks in the quiz!
Could you tell us what you have learnt from Unit 21 so far? Have you any idea how you can ask indirect questions ? It might be a bit of a challenge, but dont worry. Here are Rob, Catherine and Mike to help you out.
This unit was produced by BBC Learning English for you - and we hope youre learning a lot from our activities, videos and other materials. Passive forms like was produced can be tricky to understand, but thats why we have programmes like 6 Minute Grammar. This time Rob, Neil and Mike will help you with this area of language, present and past passive forms .
If it rains, what will you do? Well, if it rains, Ill take my umbrella with me. Its not as colourful as the one in the picture, but it will keep me dry. If it rains, I will take my umbrella is an example of a first conditional sentence . We mainly use first conditionals to talk about possible future situations, and their results. Listen to 6 Minute Grammar to hear more examples.
If you need more explanation about the second conditional, just give us six minutes of your time and we can help! Rob and Catherine are here to explain how to form it, how to use it and how to say it.
Is it ever ok to say Im loving your work? If youre still unsure about the difference between state verbs and action verbs, listen on. In the next 6 minutes, Catherine and Neil explain the right way to use these verbs.
Have you ever eaten insects? Catherine and Neil talk about unusual food and give you 3 rules to help you choose between the present perfect and past simple tenses in this episode of 6 Minute Grammar.
Catherines chocolate has gone missing! She thinks Finn ate it, so she asks him this, Finn, you didnt eat all the chocolate, did you?
Finn and Catherine talk about birthdays and use will, going to, might and be likely to to talk about the future. Find out if Finn is really 28 years old, listen to some example sentences and test what youve learnt with our quiz.
In this 6 Minute Grammar programme, we hear about a strange habit Finn had when he was a child. He used to sleepwalk ! Listen to the programme to practise the grammar weve learned so far in this unit, and find out if Catherine used to have any weird habits...
Neil and Catherine take a look at the meaning and use of some key words and phrases that English speakers use to talk about ability in the present and the past.
Finn and Catherine take a look at the present simple, present continuous and present perfect tenses. Find out which one to use when, listen out for lots of examples and see if you can score top marks in our quiz!
Neil and Catherine talk about the present perfect continuous. Find out which one to use when, listen out for lots of examples and see if you can score top marks in our quiz.
Choosing which technology to use is never easy - but Finn and Catherine make it bit easier to choose your words when they take a look at quantifiers including both, every, all, each, either and neither in 6 Minute Grammar.
To separate or not to separate? Finn and Catherine look into phrasal and prepositional verbs in 6 Minute Grammar. Listen to the examples and see if you can pick up the rules.
Neil and Catherine take a look at the zero and first conditionals. Learn how to make them and when to use them, listen to some example sentences and test what youve learnt in the quiz at the end of the programme.
Do you know what to say when youre making a guess about a past or present situation? Join Finn and Catherine as they discuss modals in this episode of 6 Minute Grammar.
Time for 6 Minute Grammar. Join Catherine, Rob and Harry for lots of explanations and examples of the past perfect tense in action. Will you get all the quiz questions correct?
Finn and Catherine discover that chocolate biscuits are a very helpful learning tool when they talk about adjectives and adverbs in 6 Minute Grammar.
In this episode of 6 Minute Grammar, Neil and Catherine teach you how to use the third conditional to talk about things in the past that we didnt do.
Neil prefers paper books to e-books. Find out why and learn some useful phrases for talking about cause and effect in this episode of 6 Minute Grammar.
Finn gives Neil a sandwich while Neil and Catherine take a look at the grammar of reported speech. Find out what to do with pronouns, tenses and word order when you report what someone else says. Pick up a top pronunciation tip and test what youve learnt with our quiz.
Finn wants to talk about English grammar - but Catherine keeps hitting him! Find out why and learn about the active and passive voices in this episode of 6 Minute Grammar.
Catherine had a terrible journey to work this morning. But its a useful way to help us understand comparatives and superlatives. Find out why in this episode of 6 Minute Grammar.
Do you want to talk about past events that happened before other past events? The past perfect continuous can help. Find out more with Neil and Catherine in this episode of 6 Minute Grammar.
Callum and Catherine, with Finns help, talk about the three positions where adverbs usually go when used with verbs. They also explain where to put adverbs when used with modals, questions and negatives.
Join Callum, Catherine and Finn as they talk through this topic. If youve completed Activity 1 and Activity 2 you should now be quite familiar with the topic. See if you can get all the answers in the quiz correct!
In English, we can use will , be going to , the present simple or present continuous tenses, phrases like about to, and verbs like aim and plan - all to talk about the future.
Callum and Catherine, who recorded the programme with Finns help, explore the topic of relative clauses. Did you spot the relative clause in that introduction? Was it defining or non-defining?
In Unit 15 we took a first look at the position of adverbs. Now Catherine and Callum discuss where we use adverbs with adjectives and other adverbs. They also talk about a couple of groups of adverbs and where they usually go.
Catherine saw a monkey in a tree on her way to work today. Hear more about this story and find out how to use narrative tenses in this episode of 6 Minute Grammar.
Phrasal verbs are an important feature of natural English. There are different types with different grammar. Find out about them in this session and test what youve picked up. Then listen out for Daves sad holiday story in 6 Minute Grammar.
In this edition of 6 Minute Grammar Callum and Catherine discuss two different ways of talking about the future. One way describes something that will be in progress at a particular time in the future. The other is a more formal structure for arrangements and orders. Which is which? Listen to the programme to find out.
In this edition of 6 Minute Grammar, Callum and Catherine explain and demonstrate the different way these verbs, which look very similar, are used.
Join Callum and Finn for this programme as they review four different types of conditionals. Has Finn prepared? What would have made him stay in bed? How bossy is Callum? Find out the answers to these questions and much more in 6 Minute Grammar!
Despite, although, while, whereas… there are lots of words and phrases we can use to link contrasting ideas together. Learn how they work with Finn and Catherine in this episode of 6 Minute Grammar.
In this episode of 6 Minute Grammar, Callum and Finn look at different uses of the future perfect verb form. We can use it for lots of things - from predicting the timing of future events to even talking about the past!
Callum has cut himself shaving \- and Catherine uses this to explain all about present and past participle clauses. There are lots of examples and a quiz to test yourself. Thats all in this edition of 6 Minute Grammar.
Rob is late for the programme because there was such a long queue for coffee! But he finally joined Finn and they had enough time to explain how to use so , such , enough and too . So listen to the examples and try the quiz to test yourself. Thats all in this edition of 6 Minute Grammar.
Want to do , like doing , tell someone to do , ask that someone does … Finn and Catherine explore verb patterns in this episode of 6 Minute Grammar.
In the programme, Finn and Neil discuss the verb form you need to use when you want to focus on the continuous nature of a future activity and how long it will be going on for. Its time to look at the future perfect continuous!
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