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Follow Our Syllabus

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. 

Learn how to say any cardinal number in English from 0 to 1,000,000 and beyond and review decimals and prices too. 

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The indefinite articles are “a”, “an” and “some”. In this course we explain how to use these articles correctly and their correct pronunciation too.

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Being able to tell the time is essential when learning a foreign language, which is why we teach it so early on in our syllabus. Learn everything about time from 12-hour and 24-hour clock to times of day and parts of the clock. 

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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. 

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Learn the present simple tense in the affirmative, negative, question and short response forms as well as keywords used in the tense and situations when this tense is required. 

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In this course, you will learn what countable and uncountable nouns are and why this matters in English. 

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Much and many are very useful quantifiers in English and this course explains exactly how they are used. We will also look at variations of these words, such as so much, too many, this much and how many. 

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The present participle is a very important grammatical structure used in tenses, adjective forms and verb formation in English. By learning it at an early stage in English, you will be able to apply it easily when learning more complex grammar. 

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In this course you will learn all you need to know about the present continuous tense. As well as the form and structure, you will learn keywords and the use of this tense. 

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Having learnt both of the present tenses by now, you can move onto comparing both tenses. Sometimes it can be difficult to choose which tense to use, but we explain this in detail in this course. 

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The past simple is a very important tense for talking about the majority of finished, past events. We explain everything you need to know about this tense in this course as well as the correct pronunciation of words ending in ED.

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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!

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Using the correct stress on a word in English is really important. We believe that learning it at an early stage in the language will help improve your pronunciation as you advance. 

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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. 

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English is littered with exceptions to the rules and irregularities and this is no exception for plurals. There are many words that have an irregular plural form in English and we teach as many as we can in this course.  

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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. 

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You’ll start to come into contact with many quantifiers in English and we explain the most common ones in this course. This course focuses on the quantifiers that are closely connected to countable and uncountable nouns. 

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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. 

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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. 

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Now you know both the past simple and past continuous tenses, it’s time to compare them and use them both side-by-side. 

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The past participle is a very important grammatical feature that’s used in more advanced past tenses. In this course we teach you how to turn any verb in English into its past participle form. 

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There are three types of articles in English- indefinite articles, the definite article and zero article.  Each one is used in very specific situations, which we explain in detail in this course. 

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The present perfect tense is probably the most common tense that we use to talk about past events. This course teaches the forms and structure of the tense as well as the use and keywords. 

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This course teaches everything you need to know about the present perfect continuous tense including the form, structure and use. 

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Having learnt the present perfect and the present perfect continuous tenses, now it’s time to put them side-by-side.  Take this course to find out how they are both used together and how to choose between these tenses. 

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Although most of the articles and their correct pronunciation was taught in the articles course earlier in this level, it’s important to review all of them and check you’re pronouncing them correctly. 

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Review all the plural rules for both regular and irregular nouns. These are courses taught at elementary and pre-intermediate level, but we recommend reviewing everything before learning new intermediate-level topics. 

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Take this free general English course to learn about the benefits of learning English. This course reviews listening, reading, grammar and vocabulary skills. 

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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.  

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Review the past simple and past continuous tenses individually and side-by-side in this basic past course. If you feel your understanding and use of these tenses is OK, then jump ahead to the next course. 

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Learn everything there is to know about the past perfect tense in this course. Learn the forms, structure, keywords and use. 

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Collective nouns are very useful to talk about groups of people, but verbs and pronouns work with these collective nouns in their own way. We teach them in this course.  

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This course reviews the present perfect and present perfect continuous tenses. If you feel that your understanding of these tenses is good then you can skip ahead to the next course. 

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The present continuous and present perfect continuous tenses are often mixed up by learners, so we explain exactly how these tenses are used in this course. 

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The past perfect continuous tense can be very useful to connect the past time and the present time together, particularly when telling a story. We teach everything there is to know about this tense in this course. 

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This course places the past perfect and past perfect continuous tenses side-by-side.

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You should know how to use all the articles in English by now, but this course looks at some exception words that use articles in a very specific way. 

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By now, you should know how to use the past perfect and past perfect continuous tenses. If you feel confident and make no mistakes in these tenses, jump on to the next course. If you still need to brush up on these tenses, take this advanced past course. 

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We teach all the articles rules and pronunciation in our pre-intermediate, intermediate and intermediate plus courses, but we present everything together in this bundle course. We recommend taking this course to review all the rules surrounding articles in English. 

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Unfortunately we don’t have any advanced courses available at the moment. We’re working on it!