Should be, Would be

Should be The cat should be in the bedroom. The cost should be less. The building should be 100 feet high. You should be ready on time. She should be […]

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Have the habit of

Has/Have/Had + the habit of is used to talk about habitual actions in the past, present or future. Has the habit of She has the habit of using bad words […]

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Would to express habitual actions

Would is used to talk about habitual actions I would wake up early. I would call my friends. I would fill balloons with coloured water. We would throw balloons on […]

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How to form negatives?

We can form negatives very simply by adding NOT after the Auxiliaries in the sentences. I am tired. I am not tired. He is a good friend. He is not […]

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May have, May have been

‘May have’ and ‘May have been’ indicate possibility  He may have left by now. You may have forgotten your dairy on the table. I may have have meant something else. […]

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