Had Better

“Had better” is normally used with infinitive without to to give advice about specific situations or make recommendations. We use the same form for present, past or future without changing the ‘had’ into ‘have’. The short form is 'd better. Ex: You’d better go to school now.        We’d better tell her all about it. … Continue reading Had Better


Shall & Will

Both 'Shall' and 'Will' are modal verbs used to express future tense. If you've  ever had any doubts whether to use shall or will in the Simple Future Tense, WILL is used for all persons in both singular and plural. We will begin to work in September. How long do you think this heat will … Continue reading Shall & Will