Services: Sports facilities

Main Public Facilities Designed for the Practice of Sports; Sport Facilities for the Practice of Professional Sport and for...

Services: Street installations

Furniture Associated to Places of Leisure and Relaxation; Night-time Illumination of Spaces, Monuments and Historic or Emblematic Buildings.

Shopping: Consumer habits

Utilities and measurements of groceries; Times of the Year in which the amount of Shopping Increases; Types of Containers;...

Shopping: Prices and methods of payment

Methods of Payment; Methods of payment related to the type of establishment or completed purchase; Times of big sales;...

Shopping: Shops and establishments

Types of establishments; Organisation of Products in Supermarkets and Shops; Products Commonly Associated with a Special Type of Establishment;...

Should vs Ought to

Both should and ought to belong to the group of auxiliary modal verbs that have no meaning on their...

Should: Modal Auxiliary Verb

Should is a type of auxiliary modal verb used to express obligation and duty through advice or recommendations.

So that vs So … that

So that and so…that are two different, though similar, constructions which express different things.So that highlights the consequences of...

Social and cultural events and people from social and cultural life

Great Social Events and Events of Social Life in the United Kingdom; Great Cultural Events in the United Kingdom;...

Social services and support programmes: Assistance for immigrants

The main origin of immigrants; The main regions welcoming immigrants.

Social services and support programmes: Assistance for older people

Minimum Retirement Age; Benefits which Older People Have.

Social services and support programmes: Assistance for people without economic resources

Places relating to the assistance for people without economic resources; Services offered by institutions and organisations.

Temporal Subordinate Clauses

Temporal clauses are part of the adverbial clauses which are composed of independent and dependent clauses, linked by connectors....

The Infinitive of Purpose

We can use the to-infinitive structure to express someone's purpose.

Time Adverbs with Present Perfect

Time adverbs are often used with the present perfect and function as modifiers of other elements in the clause.

To be used to Affirmative

To be used to is a structure used to express habits and customs that are familiar to us.When expressed...

To be used to Interrogative

To be used to is a structure used to express habits and customs that are familiar to us.The interrogative...

To be used to Negative

To be used to is a structure used to express habits and customs that are familiar to us.When expressed...

Travel, accommodation and transport: Airports, ports, railways and motorways

Types of ticket; Purchasing tickets for modes of transport; Facilities and services in the airport; Facilities and services in...

Travel, accommodation and transport: Hotels and accommodation

Types of accommodation according to its category and type of services; Hotel Facilities; Services Offered by Hotels.

Travel, accommodation and transport: Public transport

Main modes of public transport; Cities in the United Kingdom which have a metro system; Structure of metro networks;...

Travel, accommodation and transport: Travel

Behaviour Related to the Planning and Development of Travels; National and international tourist destinations which people from the United...

Uncountable Nouns

Uncountable nouns are nouns which cannot be counted easily or what we refer to as a mass.

Verbs followed by Gerunds and Infinitives

There are some verbs that need to be followed by a gerund or infinitive.

Visual arts: Painting

Importance and Place that the Main Paintings of the United Kingdom Occupy in the History of World Painting; Internationally...

Visual arts: Photography

Internationally Renowned Photographers and Photographs.

Visual arts: Sculpture

Internationally Renowned Sculptor and Sculptures.

Wh- Questions words: Who…?

The pronoun who is a wh-question used to ask about the subject of the action.