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English grammar

  1. Nouns
    Singular and plural nouns
    Countable and uncountable nouns
    Pair nouns and group nouns
  2. Articles
    Definite articles
    Indefinite articles
    Articles before adjectives
    Zero articles
  3. Pronouns
    Personal pronouns
    Possessive pronouns
    Reflexive pronouns
    Emphatic pronouns
    Demonstrative pronouns
    Reciprocal pronouns
    Relative pronouns
    There and it
    One and ones
  4. Verbs
    Irregular verbs
    Verb to be
    Link verbs
    Delexical verbs like have, take, make and give
    Modal verbs
    Double object verbs
    Phrasal verbs
    Emphatic do
    Used to/ be used to doing
  5. Adjectives
    Order of adjectives
    The rich, the old, …, etc
    ed/ -ing ending (Interested or interesting?)
    Comparative and superlative forms
    Intensifiers
  6. Adverbs and adverbials
    Adverbs and word order
    Adverbs of frequency
    Adverbs of manner
    Adverbs of degree
    Comparative adverbs
    Superlative adverbs
    Adverbials of place
    Adverbials of time
    Adverbials of probability
    Quite and rather
    Too and enough
  7.  Sentence structure
    Simple sentence
    Compound sentence
    Complex sentence
  8. Prepositions
    Prepositions of place
    Prepositions of time
    Preposition + noun
    Adjective + preposition
    Prepositional verbs
  9. Conjunctions
    Coordinating conjunctions
    Subordinating conjunctions
    Correlative conjunctions
  10. Clauses
    Independent clauses
    Dependent clauses
    Relative clauses
  11. Capitalization
  12. Questions, negatives and answers:
    Yes/No questions
    Wh-questions
    Subject/object questions
    Question tags
  13. Modal verbs
    Ability: can/could/be able to
    Permission: can/may/could/be allowed to
    Possibility and certainty: may/might/could/must, etc.
    Necessity: must/ have to/ mustn’t/ needn’t
    Should/ ought to/ had better/ be supposed to
  14. Passive voice
    Passive verb forms
    Active and passive
    Special passive structures
    Have something done
    To be done/ being done
  15. Reported speech
    Direct speech and reported speech
    Reported questions
    Reported requets, offers, etc
  16. Infinitives and –ing form
    Verb + to-infinitive
    Verb + ing-form
    Adjective + to-infinitive
    Question word + to-infnitive
    Infinitive with and without to
  17. Quantifiers
    Much/ many/ so,too much/many
    Lots of/ a lot of/ plenty of…
    Few/ a few
    Little/ a little
    Some/ any
    Each/ every
    All/ whole
    Most/ most of/ enough
  18. Conditionals
    Zero Conditional
    I conditional
    II conditional
    III conditional
    Mixed conditionals
    Wish/ if only
    If/ when/ unless/ in case
  19. Linking words
    But/although/in spite of
    To/ in order to/ so that/ for
    Whatever/ Whereas/ Whenever/ Wherever
    As a result/ Consequently/ Therefore
    Besides/ In addition/ Moreover/ Furthermore
    On the contrary/ On the other hand
    In the same way/ Likewise/ Similarly
    To summarise/ to conclude/ briefly
  20. State verbs and action verbs
  21. Word formation
    Suffixes
    Prefixes
  1. Present Simple
    Positive sentences
    Negative sentences
    Questions
    Spelling rules
  1. Present Continuous
    Positive sentences
    Negative sentences
    Questions
    Spelling rules
  1. Present Simple or Continuous?
    How successful are you?
  1. Past Simple
    Positive sentences
    Negative sentences
    Questions
    Spelling rules
  1. Past Continuous
    Positive sentences
    Negative sentences
    Questions
  1. Past Simple or Continuous?
    How successful are you?
  1. Present Perfect
    Positive sentences
    Negative sentences
    Questions
  1. Present Perfect: just/already/yet; for/since
    How to use just/already/yet; for/since?
  1. Present Perfect or Past Simple?
    How successful are you?
  1. Present Perfect Continuous or Present Perfect?
    How successful are you?
  1. Past Perfect
    Positive sentences
    Negative sentences
    Questions
  1. Be going to
    Positive sentences
    Negative sentences
    Questions
  1. Future Simple: will
    Positive sentences
    Negative sentences
    Questions
  1. Be going to and will
    Positive sentences
    Negative sentences
    Questions
  1. Will and shall
    Positive sentences
    Negative sentences
    Questions
  1. Present tenses for the future
    Positive sentences
    Negative sentences
    Questions
  1. Suggestions/ offers/ invitations
  1. Have something done

English in culture

  1. Geography
  2. Land and people
  3. Language
  4. Politics and government
  5. History of the United Kingdom
  6. Culture
  7. Sport
  8. Famous writers
  9. Famous places and landmarks
  10. Daily life

 

English vocabulary

  1. People
  2. Describing people
  3. Feelings and emotions
  4. The human body
  5. Health
  6. Around the house
  7. Food and drink
  8. Free time
  9. Sport
  10. The media
  11. Technology
  12. Money matters
  13. Travel and transport
  14. Education
  15. Work
  16. Society
  17. Our world
  18. Weather
  19. Animals
  20. Abstract concepts (time, thoughts, shape,…)