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GRAMMAR LESSONS + vocabulary, etc. GRAMMAR etc.

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
Few / Little Level: Basic Learn how to express small numbers or quantities in English: The difference between little, few, a little, a few and a bit.
Much, Many, A Lot Level: Basic Learn how to express big numbers or quantities in English: The difference between much, very much, many, a lot, lots.
Difference between NO and NONE Level: Medium Let's see the difference between NO and NONE, and when it is better to use None or Nobody or Nothing. Simple rules with activities to practise.
Compounds: Somebody, Anybody, Nobody, Everybody Level: Easy Compounds with Some, Any, No, and Every. Theory and practice.
Some / Any / No - Special cases Level: Easy The English articles: Learn the normal and special uses of the indefinite articles: Some, Any and No.
Use of the Article Level: Basic General use of the article in English: the / a / some / any / no article
Use of the Article: Special cases Level: Medium Learn some special uses of the article in English and practise with interactive activities.
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Total grammar sheets: 57


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