Celta Example

8. It’s opposite the school.   b. preposition of location
1. Where has he gone?   - e. past participle
2. I’d think twice if I were you.
3. The cat was licking itself.
4. Are you talking to me?
5. Would you like to dance?
6. She crashed her father’s car.
7. They’ll be closing now.
9. It was the best thing to do.
10. Not enough fruit is being eaten.

8. It’s opposite the school.
b. preposition of location
c. adjective
d. infinitive
f. future continuous
g. reflexive pronoun
h. genitive
i. uncountable noun
j. second conditional
k. present continuous

What is a past participle?
A past participle indicates past or completed action or time. It is often called the 'ed' form as it is formed by adding d or ed, to the base form of regular verbs, however it is also formed in various other ways for irregular verbs.
Future continuous & Future perfect
The future continuous (will be + ‘ing’ form) and the future perfect (will have + past participle) tenses are used to talk about events in the future.
Future continuous
  * Don’t ring at 8 o’clock. I’ll be watching Who Wants to be a Millionaire.
  * This time tomorrow we’ll be sitting on the beach. I can’t wait!
We use the future continuous to talk about something that will be in progress at or around a time in the future.
  * Don’t phone grandma now, she’ll be having dinner.
  * The kids are very quiet. They’ll be doing something wrong, I know it!
These sentences are not about the future but we can use the future continuous to talk about what we assume is happening at the moment

Definition: We use the reflexive pronouns to indicate that the person who realizes the action of the verb is the same person who receives the action. Reflexive pronouns are identical in form to intensive pronouns.
  | Subject | Reflexive |
Singular | I
It | myself
itself |
Plural | We
They | ourselves
themselves |
For example:...