ENGVID SERIES - GRAMMAR COURSES

ENGVID SERIES – GRAMMAR COURSES



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  1. 5 Important Phrasal Verbs for English Learners
  2. 6 ways to use the verb ‘GO’ in English
  3. Apostrophe + S, after S (English Spelling)
  4. Basic English Grammar – BE verb
  5. Basic English Grammar – Do, Does, Did, Don’t, Doesn’t, Didn’t
  6. Basic English Grammar – Have, Has, Had
  7. Basic English Grammar – How to show possession in English – MY – MINE, HER – SHE – HERS, and more!
  8. Basic English Grammar – MOST, ALMOST, or ALMOST ALL
  9. Basic English Grammar – Past Tense Questions
  10. Basic English Grammar – THIS, THAT, THESE, THOSE
  11. Basic English Grammar – TO BE verb
  12. Basic English Grammar – ‘Was’ and ‘Were’
  13. Common English Errors – I or me She or her They or them
  14. Common English Errors – SOME & ANY
  15. Common English Errors – Someone, Anyone, No one
  16. Common Mistakes – ‘Could of’ or ‘Could have’ Could’ve – Would’ve – Should’ve
  17. Common Mistakes in English – Choose & Choice
  18. Could have, would have, should have – modals of lost opportunity
  19. DO & MAKE – How to talk about housework in English
  20. English Grammar – Adjectives & Adverbs
  21. English Grammar – Adverb Suffixes- -ly, -wards, -wise
  22. English Grammar – ‘All’ & ‘Every’ – What’s the difference
  23. English Grammar – All about phrasal verbs!
  24. English Grammar – ALREADY & YET
  25. English Grammar – Are you bored or boring
  26. English Grammar – Articles – How to use A, AN, THE
  27. English Grammar – BEING & BEEN
  28. English Grammar – By or Until
  29. English Grammar – Comparative Adjectives
  30. English Grammar – Conditional & Imaginary – IF, WILL, WOULD, WERE
  31. English Grammar – COULD & SHOULD
  32. English Grammar – Countable and Uncountable Nouns
  33. English Grammar – DO & MAKE – ‘Did you make your bed’
  34. English Grammar – Easy Introduction to Passive
  35. English Grammar – Either & Neither
  36. English Grammar – Gerund or Infinitive (‘I like swimming’ or ‘I like to swim’)
  37. English Grammar – How Often – ALWAYS, USUALLY, OFTEN, SOMETIMES, NEVER
  38. English Grammar – How to ask questions
  39. English Grammar – How to compare- ‘as cold as ice’
  40. English Grammar – How to learn tenses – ALL tenses!!
  41. English Grammar – ‘I used to’ & ‘I’m used to’.flv”
  42. English Grammar – like, would like, be like
  43. English Grammar – Modals of Advisability
  44. English Grammar – Modifying Comparatives – a lot, far more, much, a little, slightly
  45. English Grammar – Much – Many – A lot
  46. English Grammar – Negative Forms of MUST & HAVE TO
  47. English Grammar – Passive Causative
  48. English Grammar – PASSIVE
  49. English Grammar – Past Progressive
  50. English Grammar – Past Simple & Present Perfect
  51. English Grammar – Past tense of ‘should’ – ‘I should have’, ‘You shouldn’t have’, etc.
  52. English Grammar – Prepositions of Place – AT, ON, IN
  53. English Grammar – Present Perfect Simple & Continuous
  54. English Grammar – Present Simple – WH- QUESTIONS
  55. English Grammar – Present Simple – YES-NO QUESTIONS
  56. English Grammar – Present Simple & Present Progressive
  57. English Grammar – Present Simple tense
  58. English Grammar – Reported Speech
  59. English Grammar – SHOULD & MUST
  60. English Grammar – SINCE & FOR
  61. English Grammar – SO & NEITHER
  62. English Grammar – SOME & ANY
  63. English Grammar – Stative Verbs
  64. English Grammar – Superlative Adjectives (most, best, etc.)
  65. English Grammar – Tag Questions
  66. English Grammar – Tenses overview – present, past, future, simple, continuous, progressive, perfect!
  67. English Grammar – The future in the past – ‘Was-Were going to’
  68. English Grammar – The Subjunctive
  69. English Grammar – This, That, These, Those
  70. English Grammar – ‘Would’ in the past
  71. English Grammar & Vocabulary – ‘Now’ and ‘Still’
  72. English Grammar & Writing – Capitalization
  73. English Spelling – When to Double Consonants
  74. Expressing Time in English
  75. Future Tense – WILL & GOING TO
  76. Grammar – Articles – When to use A, AN, or no article
  77. Grammar – Comparative & Superlative Adjectives – Exceptions
  78. Grammar – Giving Advice – SHOULD, OUGHT TO, HAD BETTER
  79. Grammar – Using ‘Since’ and ‘For’ with the Present Perfect
  80. Grammar for Beginners – Making Questions with ‘To Be’
  81. ‘Have you ever…’ How to use Present Perfect immediately
  82. Here & Hear – Commonly Confused Words in English
  83. How do modals work
  84. How to improve your English with story building
  85. How to Use Auxiliary Verbs in Conversations
  86. How to Use Commas in English Writing
  87. How to use NO & NOT in English
  88. Imperatives – How to give commands in English and more!
  89. Improve your writing – Adverb Clauses
  90. Its & It’s
  91. Learn English – TO & FOR
  92. Master Modals with the SEAM method – may, might, could, etc.
  93. Master Modals with the SEAM method part 2 – Questions
  94. Master Modals with the SEAM Method, Part 3 — Preference & Opinion
  95. Modals in English – MUST
  96. Need to, have to, must – modals of necessity
  97. Order of Adjectives in English
  98. Past Simple or Present Perfect
  99. Past Tense Regular Verb Pronunciation
  100. Phrases and Clauses – What’s the Difference
  101. Polite English – Why do we use ‘would’
  102. Prepositions in English – ‘at’, ‘on’, ‘in’
  103. Prepositions in English – on time or in time
  104. Singular or Plural Subject – Verb Agreement in English Grammar
  105. Speculation in the Present – MUST, HAS TO, HAS GOT TO
  106. Talking About Quantity in English – A FEW, A LITTLE, FEW, LITTLE
  107. That & Which
  108. The Top 3 English words you need to know – GET
  109. The Top 3 English words you need to know – HAVE
  110. To, Two, Too – Commonly Confused Words in English
  111. Using the Future Tense in Conversation – English Grammar
  112. Where do I put the adverb
  113. Who That Which
  114. 5 Common Irregular Past Tense Verbs


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