How is your English grammar?
Before you answer I want to ask a couple of questions.
1) When should you use the present perfect progressive?
2) What about the future simple perfect?
If you study English but couldn't answer those questions then enroll now because this course is for you!
What is this course?
This course is designed to give you a good understanding of the most common ways we use each of the twelve tenses found in the English language.
I have divided this course into 12 sections (one per day). Each day we will focus on one of the twelve tenses.
If you are a teacher I have designed the course so that you can focus one each of the different ways we use each tense individually.
How is the course structured?
Each section will start with an introduction video.
Then, we have videos that explain when and how we use the tense in that section.
Finally, there is an assignment for you to do to prove to yourself (and me!) that you fully understand the tense.
I have tried to explain each of the tenses in a way that is very understandable through the use of clear pronunciation, enunciation and enthusiasm combined with the use of short videos.
Why should I choose this course over other courses?
Secondly, I think I teach this course in an enthusiastic way and hope
that this enthusiasm spreads to you. I believe that if you want to
learn anything, you must be enthusiastic or you will simply give up.
There is a finish line that you can see.
By knowing that this course is only 12 days (if you one section per day), I hope that it provides
you with the feeling that it is short sprint and not a marathon.
Consistency is key (or king).
It’s much more effective to study a few minutes a day than to study
for a few hours once or twice a week. I want English to be your hobby
that you enjoy not your habit that you hate. By only studying for a few
minutes a day (but doing it every day) it is less likely that you will
come to hate learning.
Remember what you learn.
By limiting ourselves to focusing on one tense per day we are able to prevent the common confusions experienced by overloading yourself with various aspects of grammar.
Develop a habit for learning.
Finally, many people say that it takes 2 weeks to develop a
habit. I hope this course will provide you with the framework to develop
a habit of study. While this is my second course here on
Udemy, there are many other fantastic courses on here to study. I hope
that you can use this course as a stepping stone for your continued
Sign up now and start speaking right away!
So, if you want to learn to speak English more with more accuracy and finally bury some of those grammar demons then why not enroll in this course? You will
be very glad you did!!!
Thank you and see you soon,