Friday, 9 September 2016
blue font - Polish subtitles
We use going to to say what we want to/intend to do in the future. Contrary to Present Continuous used to express future plans, going to is used for less specific plans. We intend to do something but we haven't taken any effort to make it happen.
Konstrukcji going to używamy, gdy mówimy o tym, co ZAMIERZAMY zrobić w przyszlości.
Saturday, 25 June 2016
Sunday, 12 June 2016
Beautiful, picturesque and definitely worth visiting - St Ives in Cornwall, this is one of these places that the British may be proud of. It's extremely crowded in summer but the views are breathtaking so I strongly recommend everyone to go there if you are thinking about travelling across Great Britain to find some pretty places. Enjoy watching the pictures but bear in mind that they don't show all the beauty you may see in here ;)
Friday, 20 May 2016
The way we build questions in Present Continuous is inversion. It means that we swap a subject with verb 'to be' (am, is, are)
Sposobem budowania zdań w czasie Present Continuous jest inwersja. Zamieniamy miejscami podmiot i odmieniony czasownik "być".
Monday, 11 April 2016
Last time I showed you how to build sentences in Present Continuous and when to use this tense. Do you need to recap before we go on to negative sentences?
Poprzednim razem pokazałam wam jak budować zdania w czasie Present Continuous oraz kiedy używac tego czasu. Jeśli potrzebujecie powtórki zanim przejdziemy do przeczeń kliknijcie w poniższy link.
Click here: previous post.
To make a negative sentence in Present Continuous we only add 'not' between:
Saturday, 19 March 2016
Sunday, 10 January 2016
This post is to revise Present Continuous. Usage, forms and making positive sentences before we go on to making negative ones. The resources are for you to download and print them off if you wish.
When do we use this tense?