English Lesson In The Aklc

Would you like to take a short English course in Aklc? At the English Tuition Centre Singapore you quickly learn to master the English language better and the beauty is that we are now also located in Aklc! Feel confident in speaking the English language by following English lessons in Aklc. Thanks to our personal approach, we enable you to quickly reach a significant level of English.

The english tuition centre singapore in Aklc gives English to both business and private individuals. We work in the business area with clients from many diverse industries and with companies such as Mammoet, eBuddy and L’Oreal.

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At english tuition centre singapore our native speakers offer you the opportunity to learn English for both British English and American English. You can also start at any level thanks to our fully customized English lesson packages!

The reasons why our students take English lessons are very different. With us, you as a student are central and the curriculum and teaching method is attuned to the goal you want to achieve with English lessons. After all, one student wants to learn how to articulate better and the other wants to become better in the English language. Together we look for the best solution to be able to speak or write better English as quickly as possible.

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Bored or Boring? 🙁

Word endings such as -ed and -ing can be confusing. Let’s consider the common words bore, bored and boring. The problem is that “I am bored” has a different meaning than, “I am boring.” Let’s try to sort it out. I hope I don’t bore you.

Bored or Boring

  •     Use bored to describe a feeling. Use it with linking verbs — am, is, are, was, feel, felt: I am bored. I feel bored.
  •     Also use bored as a past tense verb: His story bored me.
  •     Use the -ing word in present continuous form to say what is happening now: You are boring me with your bad jokes.
  •     Use the -ing word as an adjective to describe a noun (a person, place, animal or thing): This is a boring TV show, a boring book, a boring movie.
  •     Use the infinitive form as a verb / action: That teacher bores her students with too many grammar lessons. But I promise, I will never bore you!

More Words with Similar Usage

Frustrate

I feel very frustrated because this exam is so frustrating. These exams frustrate me with confusing questions. These frustrating exams are really too much!

Excite

I feel excited on these slopes because the ski trails are very exciting. The challenge excites me. The most exciting ski slopes are in Colorado.

Interest

I am interested in this book because the cover looks very interesting. This author always interests me with unique characters. This very interesting book is all about history.

More Examples

I am bored now. I felt bored. We were bored. They felt bored.

This is a disappointing book. When I read it, I felt very disappointed?

He shocks me. I feel shocked when he makes those outrageous comments.

This boring lesson is stupid. I am so bored! I feel totally bored.

This magazine is surprising. I am really surprised by this magazine!

I am interested in jazz but I am not interested in politics. He is interested in cooking.

This war is terrifying. I feel terrified. I am terrified by war.

That class frustrates me. This class is frustrating.

We hope you found this post useful, and that you do not feel confused or…. bored!

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