Maxwell's Grammar - a short English grammar lesson for ESL / EFL students which explains how to correctly use the terms - because, so, for, since, due to, as a result, as a result of, consequently
This lesson will be useful for students learning English as a foreign language, especially those students preparing for exams such as IELTS & TOEIC.
---ANSWERS--- TO QUESTIONS IN THIS VIDEO
1, Because it started raining, i needed an umbrella.
2, As it started raining, I need an umbrella.
3, When it started raining, I needed an umbrella.
4, Since it started raining, I needed an umbrella.
5, Due to it starting to rain, I needed an umbrella.
6, It started raining so I needed an umbrella.
7, It started raining therefore I needed an umbrella.
8, It started raining; consequently, I needed an umbrella.
9, As a result of it starting to rain, I needed an umbrella
10, It started raining; as a result, I needed an umbrella.
Online lesson may also be useful for teachers using flipped learning and blended learning in the ESL / EFL classroom
Please check out the Teachers Notes YouTube Channel for more great educational videos which will educate, teach and inspire children of all ages.https://www.youtube.com/teachersnotes
Our official website also has a lot of ideas and resources for teachers, students and parents, including videos, lesson plans, worksheets, e-learning resources, education news and an education blog.https://teachersnotes.net/
Hope you find these resources useful, and if you do, please remember to subscribe ... and click like !!
Online grammar learning ( intermediate level )