Tip of the Day:
The past perfect is used to express an activity that had been finished before another activity in the past. In contrast, the past perfect continuous is used to express an activity that has been happening up to a moment in the past.
We had been waiting for almost three hours when he finally arrived.
She had already made the decision before he asked the question.
Quiz of the Day - Australia: Missing Word Quiz:
Fill in the missing word in this reading excerpt about Australia. This type of examination exercise is common to upper level English examinations such as Cambridge Examinations' First Certificate, CAE and Proficiency exams, as well as for the vocabulary section of the TOEFL examination.
English Worksheet of the Day - Common Mistakes in English:
List of the most common mistakes in English for English as a Second language learners and classes.