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English Grammar Pro | Beginner to Advanced (A1-C1)

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Overview

Grammar is the easy part of learning English!

To make it easy, I also

  • focus on pronunciation

  • tell you when native speakers ignore the rules!

Your goal is to FINISH studying grammar!

Finish studying grammar so you can become fluent and confident in English 

Syllabus

  • FINISH English grammar!
  • 1.1 Intro: Live lectures!
  • 1.2 Intro: How course is organized
  • 1.3 Intro: Homework / Projects
  • 1.4 Intro: What is language fluency?
  • 2.1 Present: 'To be'
  • 2.1 LIVE 'To be'
  • 2.2 Present questions with 'to be'
  • 2.3 Present simple tense
  • 2.3 LIVE Present simple
  • 2.4 Present negative
  • 2.5 Present questions
  • 2.6 Present continuous/progressive
  • 2.6 LIVE Present continuous
  • 2.7 Present continuous questions
  • 2.8 Irregular present verbs
  • 2.9 Present simple or continuous?
  • 2.10 Present: Have got
  • 2.11 Present: 52 Most common verbs
  • 3.1 Past simple: 'To be'
  • 3.2 Past simple -ED endings
  • 3.3 Past simple negative & questions
  • 3.4 Past continuous/progressive
  • 3.4 LIVE past continuous
  • 3.5 Past continuous or simple?
  • 3.6. Past habits
  • 3.7 Past perfect & continuous
  • 3.8 52 most common verbs
  • 4.1 Present perfect USE 1
  • 4.1 :LIVE Present perfect 1
  • 4.2 Present perfect USE 2
  • 4.3 Present perfect USE 3
  • 4.4 Present perfect USE 4
  • LIVE: Present perfect, uses 2, 3 and 4!
  • 4.5 Since / Ago
  • 4.6 Present perfect or past simple?
  • 4.7 Present perfect continuous
  • 5.1 Future with present continuous
  • 5.2 Future with 'going to'
  • 5.3 Will / Shall
  • 5.4 Future continuous
  • 5.5 Future perfect continuous
  • 5.5 LIVE Future perfect simple & continuous
  • 6.1 Passive voice
  • 6.2 Passive in more tenses
  • 7.1 There/it: There is/are
  • 7.2 There/it: There in more tenses
  • 7.3 There/it: How to use 'it'
  • 8.1 Modals: May / Might
  • 8.2 Modals: Can / Could
  • 8.3 Modals: Should
  • 8.4 Modals: Would
  • 8.5 Modals: Have to
  • 8.6 Modals: Mus not
  • 8.7 Modals: Imperative/commands
  • 9.1 Helping verbs: Short answers
  • 9.2 Helping verbs: Question tags
  • LIVE Questions with intonation
  • 9.3 Helping verbs: Agreeing/disagreeing
  • 10.1 Adjectives
  • 10.2 Adverbs
  • 10.3 Adjectives/adverbs: 'as ... as..."
  • 10.4 Adjectives/adverbs: Enough
  • 10.5 Adjectives/adverbs: Too
  • 10.6 Adjectives/adverbs: The comparative
  • 10.7 Adjectives/adverbs: The superlative
  • 10.8 Adjectives/adverbs: Still / yet / No longer
  • 11.1 Articles: Rules 1-12
  • 11.1 LIVE: Common article questions
  • 11.2 Articles: Rules 13-20
  • 11.2.5 Articles: Rules 20-23
  • 11.3 Countable and uncountable nouns
  • 12.1 Pronouns: Types of pronouns
  • 12.2 Pronouns: Possessive
  • 12.3 Pronouns: Showing possession
  • 12.4 Pronouns: This(these) / That(those)
  • 12.5 Pronouns: One(ones)
  • 12.6 Pronouns: Every or all?
  • 12.7 Pronouns: Quantifiers with 'of' or 'the'
  • 12.8 Pronouns: Quantifiers with 'some' or 'any'?
  • 12.9 Pronouns: Some / any / no
  • 12.10 Pronouns: Both / either / neither
  • 12.11 Pronouns: No / not / none
  • 13.1 Prepositions of time, Part 1
  • 13.1 LIVE Time prepositions (In, on, at)
  • 13.2 Prepositions of time, Part 2
  • 13.3 Prepositions of place, Part 1
  • 13.3 LIVE Prepositions of place 1
  • 13.4 Prepositions of place, Part 2
  • LIVE: Prepositions of Place 2
  • 13.5 Prepositions of movement
  • 13.6 Prepositions of manner
  • 14.1 Reported speech
  • 14.2 Reported speech questions
  • 16.1 Basic word order
  • Parts of speech | 1
  • Parts of speech | 2
  • 17.1 Conjunctions: and, because, but, or, so
  • 17.2 Conjunctions: Though, although, despite, in spite of
  • 17.3 Conjunctions: If, when, in case
  • 17.4 Conjunctions: Unless, as long as, providing
  • 17.5 Conjunctions: As, when, like
  • 17.6 Clauses: Independent or dependent?
  • 17.7 Clauses: Relative clause 1 (who, which, that, what)
  • 17.8 Clauses: Relative clause 2 (whose, whom, where)
  • 17.9 Clauses: Restrictive / nonrestrictive
  • 18.1 'If' conditionals: 0 conditional
  • 18.1 LIVE 0 conditional
  • 18.2 'If' conditionals: 1st conditional
  • 18.2 LIVE 1st conditional
  • 18.3 'If' conditionals: 2nd conditional
  • 18.3 LIVE 2nd conditional
  • 18.4 'If' conditionals: 3rd conditionals

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