List of English lessons
Formal grammar lessons
English is about clear communication, not technical perfection,
but grammar lessons are still important.
|Introductory||All levels||What's my level in English?|
|Grammar (1a)||A1-B1||The main tenses|
|Grammar (1b)||A2-B2||What's that tense?|
|Grammar (1c)||A1-B1||Present simple, present continuous|
|Grammar (1d)||A1-B1||Past simple, past continuous|
|Grammar (1e)||A1-B1||English irregular verbs|
|Grammar (1f)||A1-B1||The future tenses|
|Grammar (1g)||A2-B2||The present perfect tense|
|Grammar (1h)||B1-B2||The present perfect continuous|
|Grammar (1i)||A2-B2||The past perfect|
|Grammar (1j)||A2-B2||The future perfect|
|Grammar (1k)||B1-B2||The passive voice|
Those are my lessons on verb tenses. I have many other lessons, equally good, on catenative verbs; modal verbs for ability, possibility, obligation and deduction; phrasal verbs; the subjunctive; adjectives and prepositions, adjectives and word order, adjectives and gradability; adverbs; articles; comparatives and superlatives; conditionals; direct and indirect English; nouns, countable and uncountable; negative questions; prefixes and suffixes; pronouns; questions, open and closed, direct and indirect; relative clauses; reported speech; and miscellaneous, including so, such, very; used to; who and whom, and many other small topics.
And those are just my grammar lessons. I have many more lessons on pronunciation, academic English, business English, presentation skills, telephone skills, false cognates, writing, fluency and so on.
However, I don't give all my work away free on the Internet; most those lessons are only for my students! Study with me.