Tip of the Day:
Be careful when you use the imperative as it is often considered impolite in English. If someone asks you for instructions, use the imperative. If, on the other hand, you would like to request that someone do something use a polite question form.
The museum? Take the first right, cross the road and turn left.
Could you tell me the time, please? NOT Tell me the time.
Quiz of the Day - Direct Speech Quiz:
Check your understanding of the use of direct speech with this (difficult) quiz asking for transformations from direct to indirect speech.
English Worksheet of the Day - Inversion:
Guide to inversion and the various forms used for inverted sentences such as the negatives never, scarcely, only after, little, etc.