Learn B2 Level English
Can you repeat it more slowly, please?
More slowly is the comparative form of the adverb slowly.
Provided that you know the area, you won't get lost.
Provided that is one of the most common conditional conjunctions in English.
I met him at the corner of the street.
At is the preposition of place.
The new novel is about a woman who invented the dishwasher.
Who invented the dishwasher is a defining relative clause that provides more information about a woman described in the novel.
Cindy, who I work with, invited us to the party tomorrow.
This is a non-defining relative clause, as providing someone's name is usually enough to identify a person.
I was going to tell them but I didn't get the chance.
Here, Future in the Past indicates that something didn't turn out as expected.
She will have finished this novel by morning.
Here, the future perfect tense is used to express an action that will be completed by a cartain future time (by morning).
Next year you will have been working here for 5 years.
Here, the future perfect continuous is used to emphasise the duration of the action (will have been working here for 5 years) up to a certain future time (next year).
She said, "I exercise every day."
She said that she exercised every day.