The 3 words Idle, idol and ideal are a little confusing Idle means something not in use, empty or doing nothing. Are you an idle student? Idle is an adjective and basically means Lazy or doing nothing. Idol is a noun and it is used to say that someone is excessively admired. American Idol Ideal is also an adjective and It means something is perfect or the most suitable. The swimming pool is ideal for a quick dip.
Simple present for future events Most students understand the simple present form is used to discuss facts, habits, and routines. -I brush my teeth every day. -He listens to classical music in the morning. -The Earth is round. However, the simple present can be used to speak about future events that are definitely scheduled. The flight leaves at 2 pm tomorrow. Your class begins at 9 the next week. Since we are talking about a fixed schedule, we can use the simple present to discuss future events. Can you think about other examples of using simple present for future events? [...]
What is the best age to learn a foreign language? When it comes to learning a foreign language, we tend to think that children are the most adept. But that may not be the case – and there are added benefits to starting as an adult. By Sophie Hardach 26 October 2018 It’s a busy autumn morning at the Spanish Nursery, a bilingual nursery school in north London. Parents help their toddlers out of cycling helmets and jackets. Teachers greet the children with a cuddle and a chirpy “Buenos dias!”. In the playground, a little girl asks for her hair [...]