Grammar is the way that words are organized in a sentence. This is important. You have to put the words in the right order when you speak or write so that your listener or reader understands you.
It’s important to understand English grammar and the way that words are organized into a sentence in English. You need to know how English grammar is different from your language. The biggest mistake people make when learning a language is translating expressions or sentences directly from their own language into English.
In my grammar lessons, I focus on explaining sentence structure. I focus on explaining how to use specific verbs & structures in an English sentence.
Parts of speech:
When to Use “Have Got”
Have to and Have got to
Future – Using the present simple to talk about future events
Future – What are you doing this weekend?
Gerunds and Infinitives – Gerunds and infinitives for purpose
Gerunds and Infinitives – Can a gerund be used after ‘to’?
Gerunds and Infinitives – Gerunds used for sports
Present Perfect I – Have you ever been to…?
Present Perfect II – Have you ever (done something)?
Present Perfect III – How long have you…?
Be Used To
Get Used To
Articles: Indefinite vs. definite articles
Articles: ‘A/An’ = One (of something)
Articles: When NOT to use ‘the’
Proper Nouns: Why is it ‘the Grammys’ and not ‘the Grammies’?
When is it OK to use foods and fruits?
Using ‘as if’ as a conjunction and exclamation!
Conditional Sentences – An Introduction
Conditional Sentences – 0 (Zero) Conditional
Conditional Sentences – 1st (First) Conditional
Conditional Sentences – 2nd (Second) Conditional
Conditional Sentences – 3rd (Third) Conditional