September 2, 2014
August 3, 2018
‘Must’, ‘have to’ and ‘should’ are similar, but they aren’t the same. Learn what these verbs mean and how to use them correctly in this free video lesson.
February 5, 2021
In this lesson, you can learn how to use would have, should have and could have.
These verbs—would, should, could, etc.—are modal verbs, so they don’t have past forms like normal verbs do. Instead, you can talk about the past by adding have plus a past participle after the verb.
In this class, you’ll learn how to use these modal verbs to talk about the past in English, what they mean, and how they’re different.
August 12, 2020
In this lesson, you can learn to talk about mysteries and things we can’t explain.
Do you like a good mystery? Perhaps you read a book, saw a film, or watched a documentary about something which can’t be explained?
Think about the last mystery that had you wondering… what happened there?!
In this lesson, you’ll learn about describing, responding to and speculating about mysteries.
February 14, 2020
In this lesson, you can learn about conditional sentences.
Conditional sentences are sentences with the word ‘if’. You can use conditional sentences to talk about many different situations. There are also sentences which don’t use the word ‘if’, but which follow similar rules.
Welcome to Oxford Online English! In this lesson, you can learn all about how to use the verb ‘do’.
You’ll see many different ways to use ‘do’, from basic beginner uses through to complex sentences using a range of advanced structures.