Grammar

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When talking about the future, we can use will..., going to...or the Present Continuous.

Use will to talk facts or things that we believe are true.
"I'm sure you will love learning English in Malta. It's a great place."

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Sentences are formed from words that belong to different categories depending on their function. The word "fire", for example, can be a noun or a verb depending on its usage.

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English has four main sentence types:

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Vowels
Definition:

A letter of the alphabet (a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes y) that represents a speech sound created by the relatively free passage of breath through the larynx and oral cavity.

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The verb to have is used in a number of different ways in English. Here are the main uses of the verb to have for reference, self-study and in-class use.

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