The biggest mistake people make when learning a language is translating expressions or sentences directly from their own language into English. English grammar is completely different from your language.

Here, I focus on specific problems people have with English grammar.

Parts of speech:

Understanding Verb Forms
Have or 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…?
Present Perfect – Self-Study Resources
Used To
Be Used To
Get Used To

Modal Verbs
Using ‘Could’ to Guess Information
Would = Used to

Compound Nouns
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’?

Understanding So and Too – intensifiers
*this also includes such, so much, so many, too much and too many!
Adverbs of Frequency

Using ‘as if’ as a conjunction and exclamation!


Sentence Structure:
Conditional Sentences – An Introduction
Conditional Sentences – 0 (Zero) Conditional
Conditional Sentences – 1st (First) Conditional
Conditional Sentences – 2nd (Second) Conditional
Conditional Sentences – 3rd (Third) Conditional