This week, Misterduncan comes to us in winter clothes. Here are important contents in this clip:
- Can we change a present continuous sentence into a passive voice?
- What are the differences between "have to" and "must", "will" and "shall"?
- The word of the week: Zeal
- Some Freezing idioms: cold shoulder, out in the cold, freeze/frozen, to put something on ice, chill
- How do we express habits and actions using past tense?
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