Grammar in Real Life: Present Progressive Tense

Many have written in asking about speaking and making grammar mistakes, so I’d like to combine the two in this simple article that invites you to use English in your daily routine. The rule is that you do this out loud and not in your head.

In this exercise, we will be using what is called the Present Progressive tense, which requires you to verbally express an activity that is in progress (is occurring, is happening) right now.

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The difference between "deadline" and "dateline"

Do you ever get mixed up between the words "deadline" and "dateline"?

Getting them confused with one another is very common. After all, they do sound very similar. However, their meanings couldn't be any more different.

To find out how they differ, watch this video we made for you!

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