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BASIC English Grammar

Present vs. Progressive vs. Past


Tense - Comparing these three

Adverbs of Frequency (Always,

tenses.

Often, Never, Seldom etc.)

Adverbs Spelling -LY

Can - Cannot

Do vs. Does - How to make


questions in the Present Tense

nouns in plural form

Don't vs. Doesn't - How to make

Possessive Adjectives - My, your,


his, her, its, our, their.

with Do and Does

Plural Nouns - Regular & irregular

Possessive Pronouns - Mine,


yours, his, hers, its, ours, theirs.

negative sentences with don't and

Object Pronouns - Me, you, him,


her, it, us, them

doesn't

Genitive Case - When to use the

Question Words (Who, When,


Why, What, Which, How)

apostrophe and the S ('s)

Short Answers - Past Tense

Short Answers - Present Tense

Short Answers - To Be (Present

Have Has Go Goes - To Have


and To Go in Affirmative, Negative
and Questions

Noun + To Be + Noun

Past Tense - How to use the

Tense)

make basic sentences in English

simple past tense - sentences


and questions.

Spelling - Words ending in ED Verbs, Adjectives and other words

of verbs that are irregular in the

ending in ED

Spelling - Words ending in ING -

Present Tense Verbs - Third

Both present participles and

Person - Conjugation of He, She,

gerunds

it in Present Tense

Past Tense Irregular Verbs - A list


Past Tense

Simple Present Tense - How to

Present Tense vs. Progressive


Tense

Subject Pronouns - I, You, He,


She, It, We, You, They

There is / There are

There vs Their vs They're - The

difference between these words

Another vs Other vs Others - The


difference between Another,
Other and Others.

This That These Those Demonstrative Pronouns

Articles - Definite and Indefinite When to use (and not use) A, AN

To Be (Past Tense)

To Be (Present Tense) - Using the

and THE

verb To Be in the Present Tense

Where + To Be

Your vs You're - The difference

difference between Both, Neither


and Either

Can - Could - Modal verbs - Can


and Could

between Your and You're in


English

Both, Neither, Either - The

Comparatives and Superlatives Comparing things with -er and

Zero Conditional - Zero

-est.

conditionals (if-clauses)

Conditionals - Conditional
sentences - if-clauses

Nouns - The different types of

INTERMEDIATE English
Grammar

Adjectives ending in -ED and

Countable and Uncountable


Nouns and Uses

Do - Does - Did - Done - The


difference between Do, Does, Did

-ING - A list of these adjectives

and Done.

and the difference between these

Adjectives - Word Order - The

difference between every day and

order of adjectives before a noun.

Adverbs - When to use adverbs

all day.

and the different types of adverbs.

adjectives.

Every day vs everyday - The


difference between every day and
everyday.

Adverbs vs. Adjectives - The


difference between adverbs and

Every day vs All day - The

First Conditional - First


Conditional Sentences (ifclauses)

For vs. Since - When to use For

and when to use Since.

Present Perfect Tense - When to


use the Perfect Tense and its
structure

Future - Will - Using Will to talk


about the future.

Pronunciation of ED - The correct


pronunciation of words that end in

Future - Will vs. Going to - The

ED.

difference between Will and


Going to (future).

Pronunciation of -S - The correct


pronunciation of words that end in

Going to - Using Going to in

S.

different tenses.

yourself, himself, herself, itself,

and Might

ourselves, yourselves,
themselves.

Modal Verbs - Can, Could, May,


Might, Must, Shall, Should, Will,

Would

Quantifiers

when to use them.


Must - The modal verb - Must

Second Conditional - Second


Conditional Sentences (ifclauses)

Past Participles - Past participles


are used in Perfect Tenses and

Question Tags - Which question


tags to use and when.

(also Have to)

Quantifiers - Position, use and


examples of Simple and Complex

Much - Many - A lot of - Few These common quantifiers and

Reflexive Pronouns - Myself,

May - Might - Modal verbs - May

Shall - The modal verb - Shall

Should - The modal verb - Should

Passive Voice.

Prepositions List - A list of

(also Ought to)

Prepositions in English.

Prepositions of Place - An

So vs. Such - The difference


between So and Such

explanation of the different


prepositions of place in English

Some - Any - A - An - When to


use these words

Prepositions of Time - At / On / In
- When to use At, On and In
regarding time.

Still, Yet, Already - The difference


between Still, Yet and Already

Two - Too - To - The difference

between these words that sound

why we say If I were and not If I

the same.

was.

Used to vs Use to - The

Like vs. As - The difference

difference between Used to and

between Like and As when used

Use to.

to compare.

Very vs. Too vs. Enough - The

Passive Voice - The difference

difference between Very, Too and

between Active and Passive

Enough.

sentences and examples of them.

Would - The modal verb - Would

So - Neither - Either

Third Conditional - Third

ADVANCED English
Grammar

If I were you - An explanation of

Compound Adjectives - When to

Conditional Sentences (ifclauses)

Whoever, Whatever, Whenever -

put the hyphen between

The difference between these W-

adjectives

ever words