Comparative essay, Essay Writing, VCE EAL, VCE English

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English vocab: invade/evade

The words 'invade' and 'evade' can be confusing for some students. Today, we will look at their definitions.  INVADE To 'invade' means to go inside something or somewhere without permission. 'Invading' is usually done so something or someone can take over the thing or place they have 'invaded'. For this reason, 'invade' never means anything… Continue reading English vocab: invade/evade


English grammar: simple vs. perfect past tense

Today, I'll explain when to use SIMPLE PAST TENSE and PERFECT PAST TENSE. First of all, what are they?  We use past tenses to talk about things that have happened in the past, so we can only change the tense of a verb. Below are some examples: Root verb - simple past - perfect past run  … Continue reading English grammar: simple vs. perfect past tense