Prepositions of Movement

Prepositions are one of the hardest subjects for Turkish learners to grasp. There are a couple of reasons for this. First, Turkish doesn’t really have prepositions. The language has a couple of endings which show the relationship between two objects, but overall there is no extensive nor varied use of… Read More »Prepositions of Movement

Modals of Obligation

Obligation modals, while simple to use, can be tricky for A2 level students. For example, have to and don’t have to while on the surface seem like opposites, they mean entirely different things, unlike must and mustn’t. There is also the concept of internal vs external obligation, yet must and… Read More »Modals of Obligation