It’s too busy place
We should to go maybe at morning
I don’t know where we been last week
It’s too busy. It’s such a busy place.
Maybe we should go in the morning.
Should = modal verb. Don’t write ‘to’ after modal verbs.
Can, will, would, could, may, might etc. to
I don’t know where we were last week
Been = past participle (3rd column). Been should only come after ‘have/has/had’
I will be in Germany 2 weeks
They went to supermarket and they bought chicken
The fly is 9 hours
It's a big way from Moscow to Tokyo
Last time I like to read story of Russia
How many children Ivan had?
He killed him son Dmitry
I will be in Germany for 2 weeks
They went to the supermarket and they bought chicken
The flight is 9 hours
Fly = verb. Flight = noun.
It's a long way from Moscow to Tokyo
Recently I have enjoyed reading stories about Russia
Present perfect = subject + have + past participle. From the past until now.
Enjoy + verbing
How many children did Ivan have?
Past simple question
He killed his son Dmitry
I like his car. His house. His job. Use ‘His’ for possessions.
We have some shop in nother village and city
We have to invited employees...
All men was drinking
They has children which often...
We have some shops in other villages and cities
We have to invite employees...
All men were drinking
Lots of men = they = they + were + verbing = past continuous
They have children who often...
We went to birthday party
She has 4 years
I never been party like this
We little bit late for this workshop
We started some activity and trainer told us you have...
My father always quiet
My husband more talkative than me
Do you like read a book?
I'm like read a book
It's very disappoint me
We went to a birthday party
Say ‘a’ because ‘party’ is a singular noun and I don’t know whose party it is.
She is 4 years
I have never been to a party like this.
Go/went/been/gone + to
Subject + have + past participle = present perfect tense = from a specific time in the past until now. Use present perfect with: So far, this week, this year, this morning, until now.
We were a little bit late for this workshop
We started some activities and the trainer told us you have…
We say ‘the’ because he/she is a specific trainer and I know which trainer you are talking about
My father is always quiet
My husband is more talkative than me
Do you like reading books?
Like + to + infinitive or like + verbing
If you are talking about something in general, use the plural form
I like reading books
It disappointed me or it’s very disappointing
When I read a book I need more focus
When my daughter with me my focus only on my daughter
People who never been in Russia think...
It's a north city of Russia
If we decide back to Russia I don't disappoint
Why I should be sad if I back home