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Correlative Connectors Level: Easy Some sentences use two connectors for emphasis. We call these double connectors "correlative connectors"
The compound sentence: connectors Level: Easy There are three ways of expressing a complex idea. We can use conjunctions, free connectors or even prepositions
Question Tags Level: Easy Question tags: what they are, how to form them and when to use them.
Question Tags: special cases Level: Medium Question tags: special cases when they are formed in different and unexpected way.
DURING vs FOR Level: Easy The difference between DURING and FOR to talk about time
SINCE vs FOR Level: Easy Difference between FOR and SINCE (and FROM) to talk about time.
Prepositions of Time: at, on, in Level: Easy When to use AT, ON, IN as prepositions of time, General rules and exceptions.
VERY, TOO / VERY MUCH, TOO MUCH Level: Easy Learn the difference between: Very / Too, Very much / Too much and when to use them
ALREADY / YET Level: Medium The difference between ALREADY and YET. When and how to use them.
STILL / YET Level: Easy The difference between STILL and YET as an adverb. Meaning and usage.
EVERY vs EACH / Everyone vs Every one Level: Easy The difference between EVERY and EACH. Also the difference between EVERYONE and EVERY ONE.
EVERY vs ALL / BOTH Level: Easy The difference in use between the words: Every, All and Both
I want him to go Level: Easy The verb TO WANT and some others use the construction verb + object + infinitive with to
Enough Level: Easy Learn the use of enough with nouns and with adjectives
Other / Another Level: Hard Let's learn and practise when to use OTHER, ANOTHER, OTHERS or ANOTHER ONE
One as a pronoun Level: Basic We can use ONE as a pronoun so we do not need to repeat the noun
Impersonal sentences: ONE / YOU / THEY Level: Medium We can use ONE, YOU and They, when we talk about a situation in general and not about any person in particular
Each other / One another: Reciprocal actions Level: Medium Learn how to express the idea that an action is reciprocal: A does to B and B does to A
Myself, yourself...: Reflexive pronouns Level: Medium The use of the emphatic pronouns in English: Myself, yourself, himself...
Myself, yourself...: Emphatic pronouns Level: Easy Myself, yourself, etc. used as emphatic pronouns, to highlight the subject of the sentence
Boring vs Bored: active and passive adjectives Level: Basic Let's learn and practise the difference between ing-adjectives and ed-adjectives
Saxon Genitive ( 's ) - Possession Level: Basic Express possession. Learn how to construct and use the Saxon Genitive in English to express possession with 's
Saxon Genitive: special cases Level: Easy Learn some special cases about how to express possession with the Saxon Genitive
Exclamations with HOW / WHAT Level: Easy How to make exclamations using WHAT or HOW. Theory and practise.
So / Such - exclamations Level: Easy How and when to use SO and SUCH for exclamations and superlative ideas
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Total grammar sheets: 57
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