Inversion

Using Inversion Inversion is a way of changing the information placed at the beginning of a sentence and in this post we will looked at a variety of different ways that we can use inversion. Because it changes the focus on information it can be a very good way of emphasizing details. It’s also considered …

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Advanced Exam Corner

Welcome to the Cambridge Advanced Exam Corner This is our new home for selected grammar, vocabulary and other Cambridge Advanced exam insights.  Check in with us regularly to explore topics that can improve your performance in the exams.

Unreal Past

Unreal Past An unreal past structure is one that considers impossible situations. While conditional forms are the most obvious, there are also a number of other ways we can talk about such scenarios. We’ll take a look here at the variety of forms we can use and how we use them. Conditional Forms While conditional …

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Nominalisation

Nominalisations  A nominalisation is a word formation in which a verb (or other part of speech) is used as (or transformed into) a noun. We’ll take a look at why we use them and why these noun forms can be useful in formal writing.  Explanation When we use verb forms it makes the language more …

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