Getting Smarter through Language
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Adjectives and adverbs
Confusing Words and Expressions
Nouns, articles, and determiners
Pronouns and Case
Sentence structure, clauses
Verbs and verb tenses
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Using so, very, and too
How to use definite and indefinite articles (the, a/an) in English
Definite and indefinite articles with occupations
Pronunciation of definite and indefinite articles (the, a/an)
Common and proper nouns
Concrete and abstract nouns
Common irregular plurals
Difference between other, another, the other, and others
What is a preposition?
5 tips to learn prepositions effectively
Note. Prepositions have their own lesson list
Asking and answering open-ended questions (wh-words)
Lessons about Question Words (Interrogative Pronouns)
UNIT What are question words?
Unit Overview (with examples)
Who, what, when, where
Who, whom, whose
Expressions with question words
Practice 1 (using all question words)
Practice 2 (using all question words)
UNIT Asking and answering questions (with “be,” “do/does,” and wh-questions)
“To be” in the present: conjugation and common uses
Visit List of Verb Lessons for lessons on verbs such as modal verbs, auxiliary verbs, phrasal verbs, and so on.
Visit List of Verb Tense Lessons for lessons on specific verb tenses (e.g., present simple, past simple, present perfect, and so on).
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Intermediate (B Level)
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