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Sentences

English Word Order 1 

English Word Order 2 

English Sentence Structure 1  

English Sentence Structure 2  

English Sentence Structure 3  

 

Verb Tenses  

Present   

Simple Present and Present Continuous   

Present Perfect   

Since and For  

StillAlready, and Yet 

 

Past 

Past Tenses   

Irregular Simple Past   

Past Progressive and Phrasal Verbs   

Habitual Past with Used To  

Used To and Usually  

Habitual Past with Would and Used To  

Past Perfect  

Past Perfect Had Had  

Past Perfect Progressive   

 

Future 

Will and Be Going To  

Future Continuous  

Future Perfect  

 

Verbs

Do and Make  

Lend and Borrow  

Go Back and Come Back  

Like and Be Like  

Wish and Hope  

Causative Verbs  

Passive Voice  

 

Modal Verbs

Overview of Modals 

Can  

May  

Might  

Could  

Would  

Would and Could  

Should, Must, and Have To   

 

Adjectives 

Adjective Order  

Adjectives with –ED and –ING   

Comparatives  

Comparatives and Superlatives  

So and Such  

 

Adverbs 

Adverbs of Place  

Adverbs with Adjectives  

 

Prepositions 

In, At, and On  

To and For  

 

Pronouns 

Who, Whom, and Whose 

Who, Whom, and Whose 2 (Advanced)  

 

Nouns 

Direct and Indirect Objects  

Possessive Nouns  

Adjectives as Nouns   

Articles A and An  

Article The  

Plural Nouns  

Noncount Nouns  

Someone, Anyone, and No one  

Anywhere and Everywhere  

 

Demonstratives 

This and That  

Some and Any  

Every and All   

AllMost, and Every  

BothEither, and Neither  

EitherNeither, and Too  

AnotherOther, and Others  

No and Not  

 

Gerunds and Infinitives  

Regular and Gerund Nouns  

Gerund Nouns (Verb + -ING 

Gerunds and Infinitives  

Verbs with Infinitives of Purpose  

 

Conditionals 

Zero and 1st Conditionals   

1st Conditional  

2nd Conditional  

2nd Conditional with Modals  

3rd Conditional Review  

Mixed Conditionals  

 

Clauses  

Reported Speech  

Relative Clauses and Pronouns  

That and Which in Relative Clauses   

Adjective Phrases  

While, During, and For   

In Spite, Despite, and Although  

 

Phrasal Verbs 

Separable and Nonseparable Phrasal Verbs   

Phrasal Verbs with Do  

Phrasal Verbs with Do, Does, Did, and Negative Forms

5 Phrasal Verbs with Look  

Phrasal Verbs in Continuous Forms  

Three-Word Phrasal Verbs  

Phrasal Verbs as Nouns  

Go Back and Come Back

 

Pronunciation 

-ED Endings  

Bitches or Beaches 

Word Stress  

Stress in Phrasal Verbs  

Halley’s Comet Poem 

 

Situations 

Giving Directions  

Expressing Regret  

 

Vocabulary 

Winter 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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