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English Grammar Pro | Beginner to Advanced (A1-C1) Grammar

Complete grammar course to FINISH studying English grammar + improve conversation and pronunciation
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For Your English
33,781 students enrolled
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ALL English grammar to sound fluent
better PRONUNCIATION (American)
when native speakers IGNORE grammar rules in spoken conversation
how to FEEL CONFIDENT with the English language
Grammar for IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC, FCE and CAE

Grammar is the easy part of learning English!

  • there are rules
  • practice by yourself
  • and practice at your own speed!

To make English grammar easy, I

  • add new videos you request!
  • focus on pronunciation
  • tell you when native speakers ignore the rules in spoken conversation!

Your goal is to FINISH studying grammar

Finish studying grammar so you can become fluent and confident in the English language!

(and master exams like IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC, FCE or CAE)

 

ATTENTION: There is some adult language in the live lectures that might not be suitable for children,

as live lectures may include discussion of informal English slang and other expressions meant for adult learners.

About the course

1
How course is organized

Learn more about English Grammar Pro and how it's organized.

2
Homework and in-lecture practice

Learn more about English Grammar Pro and how it's organized.

3
Fluency & C2 level

Learn more about English Grammar Pro and how it's organized.

What grammar to add new videos about?

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Most difficult grammar?

The parts of speech (NEW, UPDATING)

1
Intro to parts of speech
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Noun categories, how to use

Learn about the main types of nouns (people, places, things, animals and ideas) and some ways we use nouns.

3
Identifying nouns and types

Learn a few ways to recognize nouns from their word endings, as well as common nouns, proper nouns, concrete nouns and abstract nouns.

4
Plural nouns rules

Learn all the rules for making nouns plural.

5
Countable and uncountable

Learn the difference between countable and uncountable nouns, as well as how they work in a sentence.

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Collective nouns

Learn about collective nouns and why they can be both singular and plural.

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Compound nouns, noun adjectives

Learn about the types of compound nouns as well as how nouns can sometimes work as adjectives for other nouns.

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Possessive noun rules

Learn about possessive nouns as well as some of the complicated writing rules they have.

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Intro to pronouns

A brief introduction as to what pronouns are and why we use them

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Types of pronouns | subject, object, possessive, demonstrative

Learn the basics of subject, object, possessive and demonstrative pronouns as well as a little bit about what makes them different compared to similar adjectives

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Types of pronouns | reflexive & intensive

About reflexive and intensive pronouns, how they look the same but have different uses

12
Types of pronouns | interrogative

All about interrogative pronouns that are used when asking questions.

13
Intro to relative pronouns, clauses, phrases

Learn all about relative pronouns (who, which, what, etc.) as well as an introduction to clauses and phrases that are important to understand when using them

14
Independent & dependent clauses
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New lectures coming soon

A little info about what is currently being worked on for the course! 

Present tenses

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"To be" am, is, are

Master the present tense in English!

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LIVE LECTURE: To be

Master the present tense in English!

3
"To be" questions

Master the present tense in English!

4
Present simple

Master the present tense in English!

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LIVE LECTURE: Present simple

Master the present tense in English!

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Present simple negative: "not"

Master the present tense in English!

7
Present simple questions "Do/does...?"

Master the present tense in English!

8
Present simple irregular verbs

Master irregular verbs in the present tense!

9
Present continuous and negative

Master the present continuous!

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LIVE LECTURE: Present continuous
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Present continuous questions
12
Present simple vs continuous
13
Have got
14
Pronunciation: 52 most common verbs

Past tenses

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"To be" – was, were
2
Past simple: -ed endings and irregular
3
LIVE LECTURE: Past simple
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Past simple: questions and negatives
5
Past continuous
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LIVE LECTURE: Past continuous
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Past continuous vs past simple
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Past habits: would, used to, past simple
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LIVE LECTURE: Past habits
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Past perfect, past perfect continuous
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Pronunciation: 52 most common verbs

Present perfect & continuous

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Present perfect: how to form, use 1
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LIVE LECTURE: Present perfect, use 1
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Present perfect: use 2 (just, already, yet)
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Present perfect: use 3 (have ever)
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Present perfect: use 4 (how long have)
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LIVE: Present perfect: uses 2, 3, 4

How to use present perfect simple with already, just and yet, "have you ever questions" and actions that continue into the present

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Present perfect: "for, since, ago"
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Present perfect vs past simple
9
Present perfect continuous

Future

1
Present continuous with future meaning
2
Going to + do something
3
Will (future simple) and shall
4
Future continuous
5
Future perfect and fut. perfect continuous
6
LIVE: Future perfect simple and continuous

Passive

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Present and past simple passive
2
Present continuous, perfect, simple future

"There" vs "it"

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There is/are: present and uses
2
There structure: past, perfect, future
3
How to use "it"

Modals and the imperative

1
How to use "might" and "may"
2
How to use "can" vs "could"
3
How to use "should"
4
How to use "would"
5
How to use "have to"
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How to use: "must" / "don't need to"
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How to: commands (imperative)

Helping (auxiliary) verbs

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Short form statements and answers
2
Question tags, showing surprise
3
Asking questions with intonation
4
Showing agreement/disagrement

Adjectives and adverbs

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Adjectives
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Adverbs
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(not) as ... as
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Enough
5
Too
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Comparative (faster, more famous...)
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Superlative (fastest, the fastest ...)
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Still, yet, already, no longer

Articles (a/an/the) & (un)countable nouns

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Article rules 1 to 12
2
Live: definite vs indefinite, when to use, etc.
3
Article rules 13 to 20
4
Article rules 21 to 23
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