Follow Our Syllabus
We have created this course syllabus for you to follow to help you slowly and steadily improve your English level. All of the topics suggested here can be found as a course and as we create new courses, we will add them to syllabus too. This syllabus provides a mixture of all our grammar, pronunciation and vocabulary courses.
This course teaches the regular plural rules. By the end of this course you should be able to convert any singular noun into its plural form. We also teach the correct pronunciation of the letter S. Believe it or not, when it is the final letter of a word, there are three different ways of pronouncing it.
The pronunciation of the letter S is something we built into our elementary courses. If you’re starting at pre-intermediate level, we recommend taking this course to learn the correct pronunciation. If you can’t quite remember the rules from elementary level, take this course to refresh, but if you’re happy with your pronunciation of words ending in S, skip ahead to the next course!
The aim when learning a foreign language is to try and sound as native as possible. In English, using sentence stress correctly can help you sound more native. Similar to word stress, we recommend learning this at an early stage in the language to help improve your fluency and pronunciation.
Now it’s time to refresh your present tenses. We teach the present simple and present continuous at elementary level, but want to be sure you’re using them correctly. If you feel confident in these tenses, skip ahead to the next course, but if not, take this course to review.
The past continuous tense is useful for talking about more than one event in the past time. As well as the affirmative, negative, question and short response forms, we teach the typical keywords used in this tense and provide thorough explanations for the situations in which this tense is required.
The correct pronunciation of words ending in ED is essential for more advanced past tenses. This is a topic that we teach at elementary level but if you want to refresh, then now is the time to do so! If you feel happy with your pronunciation of ED, skip ahead to the next course.
This course builds on our basic cardinal numbers course taught at elementary level. Here, you will learn about the most common mistakes that learners make with cardinal numbers and how to avoid them yourself, alternative expressions for cardinal numbers and using numbers as compound adjectives, amongst other things.
Unfortunately we don’t have any advanced courses available at the moment. We’re working on it!