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Borrowed Words–How English Borrows from Other Languages
English Conjunctions: Joining Words, Phrases, Clauses, and Ideas Together in English
Noun Clauses in English: When a Clause Is Used as a Noun in English
English Adverb Clauses: English Clauses That Give us More Information about Verbs
English Adjective Clauses: Using a Clause to Describe a Noun in English
Parts of Speech in English: Same English Word; Different Jobs
Words with Multiple Meanings in English: Same Word but a Different English Meaning
Homophones–Same Pronunciation, Different Spellings, and Different Meanings
Noun Quantifiers–Giving an Amount to a Noun
Embedded Questions–Questions inside of Statements or Questions
Future Time Clauses–Taking About When a Future Event Will Happen
Reported Speech–Talking About What Someone Else Said
Past Habits with Used to, Would, or the Simple Past
Conditionals–What Will, Could, or Could Never Happen
The Passive Voice–Different Tenses, Different Forms
Past Modal Verbs–Things in the Past That Could Have Been
Modal Verbs–Verbs of Deduction, Expectation, and Preference
Adverbs–Words That Modify or Describe Verbs, Adjectives or Other Adverbs
Adjectives–Words That Modify or Describe Nouns and Pronouns
The Past Perfect Tense–Talking About Earlier and Later Past Actions
The Past Continuous Tense–A Continuing Action in the Past
Reflexive and Reciprocal Pronouns–I Can Do It Myself!
Indefinite Pronouns–Someone, Everybody, Nobody
Either and Neither–Words to Show Choice, Equality, or Agreement
Here and There–Adverbs and Expressions of Place
The Imperative–Giving Directions, Suggestions,
Gerunds and Infinitives–Nouns That Look Like Verbs
Tag Questions–Mini-Questions at the End of a Statement
Prefixes and Suffixes– How to Change the Meanings of Words
Contractions–How to Join Two Words to Become One
How to Compare in English–The Comparative and Superlative
The Definite and Indefinite Article in English–How to Use Them
Using Pronouns as Subjects, Objects, and to Show Possession
Prepositions: Using At, In, and On for Both Time and Location
Adverbs of Frequency and Expressions of Frequency
The Passive Voice–Actions Done by Someone or Something
Modals–Verbs that Express Ability, Permission, Probability, Advice, Necessity and Requests
Avoiding Double Negatives–I Didn’t See Nothing or I Didn’t See Anything
How Much or How Many? Understanding Count and Non-Count Nouns
The Present Perfect – Have You Ever Used This Tense?
The Present Perfect Tense – Connecting the Past with the Present
Cognates – The Same Word, the Same Meaning in Different Languages
Asking Questions – How Do We Form Them and What Is the Correct Word Order in English?
Commonly Confused English Words–Are You Bored or Boring?
Linking Words–How to Connect Sounds in Spoken English
Phrasal Verbs-Understanding and Using Two Word Verbs
Common Idioms in English–What Do They Mean?
Capitalization in English–Ten Rules for Using Capital Letters
Subject-Verb Agreement in English–How Does the He/She/It Form Work?
The Past Tense in English- How to Pronounce the “ed” Endings
The Present Tense in English vs. The “ing” in English