Have is one of the most common verbs used in English. A previous article explained when to use have got. Have and have got can also be used with the preposition to. 1. Use have (got) to in the affirmative/positive form to talk about an obligation, or something that is necessary to do. Have […]
English Grammar: Can a gerund be used after the preposition “to”?
It’s important to remember this basic grammar rule: HOWEVER, there is always an exception to the rule in English! Normally, ‘to’ goes with a verb (as part of the infinitive form), not a noun. If, however, the ‘to’ is a preposition that is part of a combination, then it is OK to use a […]
English Vocabulary: 7 Things to Do in the Snow!
I can’t believe that there are people in this world who have never seen snow. I can’t imagine living WITHOUT snow! Summers in Canada are nice and warm, so we can do fun stuff like swimming, hiking, camping, and spending time at the beach. Unlike many countries in the world, however, we get to do […]