Back by popular demand! It’s been a while since my last video lesson, this was actually filmed months ago, hence the winter clothes but since friends and colleagues keep asking me when I’ll make more of these as they enjoy and learn from them, I made some time to post. A quick, short, to the point lesson! I’m a bit rusty but getting there!
So here it is:
I’ve noticed, as you might have too, that quite often, people confuse its/it’s, you’re/your and there/their/they’re especially on emails and texts.
So, if you find it difficult to remember when to use what, watch the video and do the short exercise!
As always, comments, ideas, and suggestions are welcome!
Today’s lesson is about collective nouns (words/phrases used to describe a group of people, animals or things) and more specifically, those used to describe groups of animals. How many out of these 10 collective nouns do you know?