Courses

  • 6 Lessons

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  • 4 Lessons

    Adjective Order

    Learn the correct order for adjectives in English and practise these rules in our adjectives activities. 

  • 4 Lessons

    Adverbs of Frequency

    Learn the definitions and sentence position of the main adverbs of frequency in English and practise them using our adverbs of frequency activities.

  • 5 Lessons

    Articles

    Which of these sentences is incorrect and why: (a) She's British (b) I'm teacher (c) Let's go to breakfast! Take this articles course to find out. 

  • 4 Lessons

    Beginner A1.1 Summary

    Test your beginner A1.1 English in this series of online and printable tests. We also provide a summary booklet of all the beginner A1.1 content. 

  • 4 Lessons

    Beginner A1.2 Summary

    Test your beginner A1.2 English in this series of online and printable tests. We also provide a summary booklet of all the beginner A1.2 content.
  • 4 Lessons

    Beginner Pre A1 Summary

    Test your beginner pre-A1 English in this series of online and printable tests. We also provide a summary booklet of all the beginner pre-A1 content. 

  • 5 Lessons

    Collective Nouns

    What is the difference in meaning between "the committee agrees" and "the committee agree"? Take this collective nouns course to find out.

  • 5 Lessons

    Comparing Articles

    What is the difference between "I'm in hospital" and "I'm in the hospital"? Take this course to find out.

  • 4 Lessons

    Countable and Uncountable Nouns

    Why do we say "there are some apples on the table" in the affirmative but "there aren't any apples on the table" in the negative? Take this course to find out.

  • 5 Lessons

    Countable and Uncountable Quantifiers

    Why do we say "I'd like a little sugar" and not "I'd like a few sugar"? Take this course to find out.

  • 4 Lessons

    Demonstrative Adjectives

    Learn the four basic demonstrative adjectives in English in this short course. You'll learn the rules and see example sentences with demonstrative adjectives. 

  • 4 Lessons

    Indefinite Articles

    Why do we say "an umbrella" but "a university"? Take this course to find out.

  • 4 Lessons

    Indefinite Pronouns

    Learn about the most common indefinite pronouns in English in this online grammar course. You'll learn the basic indefinite pronouns as well as the compound words too.

  • 4 Lessons

    Intensifiers

    Learn what an intensifier is, how it is used in English and the most common intensifiers for beginner English.

  • 4 Lessons

    Irregular Plurals

    What is the plural of fish? Take this irregular plurals course to find out.

  • 4 Lessons

    Modal Verb Can

    Learn the correct definitions, form and pronunciation of the modal verb can and practise using our online activities.

  • 4 Lessons

    Modal Verbs of Obligation

    Learn what a modal verb of obligation is, their form, structure and function and then practise using them in our online activities.

  • 4 Lessons

    Much and Many

    Why do we say "how much are the chocolates?" but "how many chocolates are there"? Take this course to find out.

  • 4 Lessons

    Negative Prefixes

    Learn the five important negative prefixes for adjectives in English and which adjectives they're commonly used with.

  • 5 Lessons

    Past Continuous

    How do we correct this sentence: "I was needing a pen all morning"? Take this past continuous course to find out.

  • 5 Lessons

    Past Perfect

    Why is it incorrect to say "the dog had bit her when I arrived"? Take this past perfect course to find out.

  • 5 Lessons

    Past Perfect Continuous

    Why is it incorrect to say "I had been knowing her for a long time before she passed away"? Take this past perfect continuous course to find out.

  • 4 Lessons

    Past Perfect v Past Perfect Continuous

    Which sentence is correct?: "They had been starting the film before I got home" or "They had started the film before I got home"? Take our past perfect v past perfect continuous course to find out.

  • 4 Lessons

    Past Simple

    How do we correct this sentence: "We didn't went to the supermarket"? Take this past simple course to find out.

  • 4 Lessons

    Past Simple v Past Continuous

    "I was watching TV when he was arriving." Do you know why this sentence is incorrect?

  • 4 Lessons

    Play, Do and Go

    The verbs play, do and go are each used with certain sports and free time activities in English. Learn the rules in this course and use our online activities to practise. 

  • 5 Lessons

    Plurals

    How do we say the plural form of the following words? Boy, watch, cat. Take this plurals course to find out.

  • 4 Lessons

    Possessive Pronouns

    Possessive pronouns are useful to avoid repetition in English. In this course we teach all seven possessive pronouns in English and provide practice activities too.
  • 4 Lessons

    Possessive S

    Learn what the possessive S is, how to create it, how to use it and then practise it on our possessive S activities

  • 4 Lessons

    Prepositions of Movement

    Learn the top prepositions of movement in English and use them correctly in conversation and in writing.

  • 4 Lessons

    Prepositions of Place

    Learn the main prepositions of place in English. We'll review their pronunciation and put this into practice in some prepositions of place activities too.
  • 4 Lessons

    Prepositions of Time

    Learn about the three English prepositions of time and review some key time phrases to be used with these prepositions.
  • 4 Lessons

    Present Continuous

    The McDonald's slogan "I'm lovin' it" is incorrect. How do we correct it? Take this present continuous course to find out.

  • 4 Lessons

    Present Continuous v Present Perfect Continuous

    What is the difference in meaning between "I'm studying to become a doctor" and "I have been studying to become a doctor"? Take this present continuous v present perfect continuous course to find out.

  • 5 Lessons

    Present Participle

    Learn the present participle form of any verb in English in this course. We'll also review the correct present participle pronunciation.

  • 5 Lessons

    Present Perfect

    What is the difference in meaning between "he has gone to France" and "he has been to France"? Take this present perfect course to find out.

  • 5 Lessons

    Present Perfect Continuous

    How do we correct this sentence: "I only have been studying English for a few years"? Take this present perfect continuous course to find out.

  • 4 Lessons

    Present Perfect v Present Perfect Continuous

    How do we correct this sentence: "I've been knowing my best friend all my life"? Take this present perfect v present perfect continuous course to find out.

  • 5 Lessons

    Present Simple

    Why is this question incorrect: "She plays football?" Take this present simple course to find out.

  • 4 Lessons

    Present Simple v Present Continuous

    What is the difference in meaning between "what are you doing?" and "what do you do?" Take this present simple v present continuous course to find out.
  • 4 Lessons

    Question Structure

    Review question words and auxiliary verbs in questions then practise using the correct word order in present tense questions.

  • 4 Lessons

    Question Words

    Learn ten important question words and when we use each one in this short course. You'll get to practise their structure as well as their pronunciation.

  • 4 Lessons

    So and Such

    Learn how to use the words so and such in English by watching our explanation video and completing our online activities. You can also some some native expressions with so and such. 

  • 4 Lessons

    Subjects

    Every sentence in English must use a subject. This course explains what subjects are, which ones exist in English and provides numerous activities for you to practise using subjects correctly.

  • 10 Lessons

    The Advanced Past

    What is the difference in meaning in these two sentences? "The dog had bitten her when I arrived" and "The dog bit her when I arrived". Take this advanced past course to find out. In this course we teach everything you need to know about the past perfect and the past perfect continuous tenses.

  • 10 Lessons

    The Advanced Present

    Why is it incorrect to say "I've been knowing my best friend all my life"? Take this advanced present course to find out. In this course we teach both the present perfect and present perfect continuous tenses.

  • 10 Lessons

    The Basic Past

    What is the difference in meaning between "I did my homework when he arrived home" and "I was doing my homework when he arrived home"? Take this basic past course to find out.

  • 10 Lessons

    The Basic Present

    What is the difference in meaning between "what are you doing?" and "what do you do?" Take this basic present course to find out. This course teaches everything you need to know about the present simple and present continuous tenses.

  • 4 Lessons

    The Comparative Form

    Learn how to create the comparative form of any adjective in English and practise the comparative in our online activities.
  • 4 Lessons

    The Imperative Form

    Learn what the imperative form is, how to create it and how to use it in English conversation. We also provide imperative form common phrases and online activities too. 

  • 4 Lessons

    The Superlative Form

    Learn how to create the superlative form for any adjective in English and put this into practice in our online activities.
  • 4 Lessons

    There Is/There Are

    Learn how to use the important expressions "there is" and "there are" in English and put this into practice with our online activities. 

  • 4 Lessons

    Verb To Be

    Learn the basic present simple of the verb to be as a beginner learner. You'll learn the long and contracted form and put this into practice in our activities.  

  • 3 Lessons

    Would Like

    Learn how to use the useful expression "would like" in English. You'll learn the definition, use, contracted forms and pronunciation and can test this is our "would like" quiz.