For many learners understanding and using the many different English verb forms is almost an impossible task. Together we can make things much easier.
If you have a short video or an idea that you think would work to illustrate an English verb form, you can connect us through twitter or contact me directly at:
If you have a finished video, you can upload it to a site like Youtube so we can have a look at it. We can then embed it on a page on our site as well. Make a short lesson together with your video so users can understand the main point.
You can also point out videos that you find online that might be useful for understanding verbforms.
The easiest way to get ideas is to look at my book Understanding English verb forms. Below is a brief look at what is covered in the book, taken from the first chapter. That should get you started thinking about you might do.
I would particularly like to have videos from the countryside in Thailand. Take, for example, a 30-second video showing rice farmers resting after a day of harvesting rice. They are not harvesting at the moment, but they are still dressed in the work clothes and they are tired – a very good example of “They have been harvesting rice.”
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