English Grammar Lessons

English Grammar Rules Explanation: Grammar knowledge is among essentials in learning a language. Online lessons are very convenient to learn and excel in grammar rules and become more confident in using the language. Choosing between good and well for example, much and many, may or must.

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Grammar TermsDetailed ExplanationsQuick Examples
adjectivesAdjectivesfree grammar lessons - Adjectives vs Adverbs Video Exercise
adverbsAdverbsDrive slowly
adjectives vs adverbsAdjectives vs Adverbs Good vs Well - Adjectives vs Adverbs Video Exercise
a / an / the Articles Articles - Articles A / AN / THE Video Exercisea test, an exam,
the test you took yesterday
Auxiliary VerbsAuxiliary Verbs Learning English will be free.
CausativeCausative - Causative Verbs Video Exercise 1I had my room cleaned.
I got him to learn English.
Conjunctions / Transitions Conjunctions
Conjunctions Practice
and, but, so that...
Determiners / QuantifiersDeterminers / Quantifiers
Determiners Practice
little, a little, few...
Lots of time, a few students
Gerunds and infinitives Gerunds / Infinitives I keep thinking, I hope to see you
Homonyms Homonyms Bass-Bass, Deer-Dear, By-Bye
If clauses If Clauses - Advanced IF Clauses Video ExerciseIf only you were here
ImperativesImperatives Lesson NotesCome here, Learn English, Sit down
Indirect SpeechIndirect Speech - Reported Speech Mixed Video ExerciseJackie said that she was watching TV.
InversionInversion ESLNever again will I work for her.
Irregular Verbs Irregular VerbsGo, went, gone
Modals / Auxiliaries Modal Verbs must, should, have to...
Nouns Nouns - Plural Forms of Nouns Video Exercisebus, family, Ohio
ParticiplesParticiple ClausesPresent, Past and Perfect Participles
Parts of Speech Parts of Speech Subject, Verb, Object...
Passive Active voicePassive Voice
Passives Tenses Chart
The letter was delivered. - Passive Voice Video Exercise
Phrasal VerbsPhrasal VerbsBlow up, break down, ask around...
PrepositionsPrepositionsIn, On, at, of - Prepositions Video Exercise 1B
PronounsPronouns - Pronouns ChartI, mine, that, those - Pronouns Video Exercise 1
Question tags Question Tags - Question Tags Video Exercise 1Lessons are free, aren't they?
Relative ClausesRelative ClausesThe girl who won the competition is single.
Reported Speech Reported Speech SentencesJohny told me to go with him.
Complex Sentences
Tenses Verb TensesI see you all the time, I saw you yesterday
I have seen you before...
More Grammar Lessons
Abbreviations / Acronyms Doubling Rule (Spelling) Since and For
Action Verbs / Linking Verbs Do / Would You Mind Silent E Rule
Adjuncts Double Object Verbs So / Neither / Either / Too
All vs Whole During vs While So...that / Such...that
Back / Again / Return During vs For Some / Any Compounds
Between vs Among Ever & Never & Just & Already & Yet Too/Enough explanations
British vs US English Figurative Language Transitive / Intransitive Verbs
By vs Until / Till Forms of 'Other' Used to vs Would
Cohesive Devices Have Got vs Have Shall vs Will / Shall in Questions
Clause / Phrase / Sentence It's about/high time grammar Stative Verbs Grammar
Cleft Sentences No & Every Compounds Subject and Object Complements
Collocations Nominalization Such As vs Like
Collocations List Non Progressive Verbs Wh-ever Words
Common Mistakes Phoneme and Morpheme When and While and As
Confusing Words Pre-Determiners With and By
Context Clues Prepositional Phrase Would Like To
Contractions Punctuation / Capitalization Would Rather Had Better
Reducing Adverbial Clauses The Y Rule

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