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Click on the links below for more information about each grammar point.
- Present Tenses
- Past Tenses
- Future Tenses
- Present Participles – eating
- Past Participles
- Modal Verbs
- Used to vs Be Used to – I used to eat cake everyday. Now I am not used to eating cake at all!
- Phrasal Verbs
The Active vs Passive Voice – Mary robbed a bank. vs The bank was robbed by Mary.
- Count vs Noncount – some, a lot of, much and many
- Counting a Noncount Noun – a bag of rice, a cup of flour
- Indefinite vs Definite – A/An/The
- Adjective Order
- Comparatives – More/Less than
- Superlatives – The most/least/best/worst
- Adjectives ending in -ed vs -ing
- Kinds of Adverbs – Modify How, Where, When, and How much
- Where to Put Adverbs
- Adverbs of Frequency – always, sometimes, never
- Personal Pronouns – I, she, he
- Possessive Pronouns – my, her, his
- Demonstrative Pronouns – this, that
- Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns – myself, herself
- Relative Pronouns – who, whom, whose, which, that
- General Conjunctions
- Coordinating Conjunctions – but, and, or
- Subordinating Conjunctions – although, however
Interjections – Um, er, like, you know
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