English Grammar| Common English Grammar Mistakes people make
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English Grammar| Common English Grammar Mistakes people make

English Grammar Course. Improve your English Grammar. Easy English Grammar Explanations and tests
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Last updated 6/2019
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What you'll learn
  • English Grammar
  • English Language
Requirements
  • Low Intermediate English
Description

Welcome to the “common grammar mistakes” course.

WARNING: This is not just an English grammar course. It doesn’t cover all English grammar topics. It covers the most difficult and trickiest parts of English grammar that most English language learners have problems with.

Watch the free lectures and you will see what this English grammar course is all about


If you want to improve your English grammar and use English grammar intuitively, this is the right course. Also, in this English grammar course, your learn the most common English grammar mistakes people make and how to stop making those English grammar mistakes in the future

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who wants to improve their English grammar
Course content
Expand all 52 lectures 05:19:53
+ 50 awful grammar mistakes you make every day
50 lectures 05:15:43
1. Articles "A", "An"
03:27
2. Articles "a" VS "the" VS "one" VS "it"
04:04
3. "The" VS No article
05:49
4. Languages and Nationalities
07:06
5. Pronouns
06:06
6. Too, very, really, such a, so… that
13:36
7. Some, any, no
13:14
8. Very much VS a lot
05:12
9. Want, would, would like, would prefer
05:41
10. Would rather, had better
04:27
11. What, which. how, that
08:23
12. How to use "who", "what" in questions
09:29
13. Countable and uncountable nouns. Paradoxes
09:44
14. Each, every, all, none
07:28
15. Few, a few, little, a little
04:13
16. Much, many, a lot of, lots of
03:29
17. Numbers, dates and measurements
06:47
18. My vs mine, your vs yours. My friend vs friend of mine
04:06
19. Collective nouns. Very common mistakes
03:40
20. First time, second time. How to say it right?
03:59
21. Monday’s lesson, or Monday lesson?
05:25
22. I am used to VS I used to
06:08
23. Be able to, manage to, can, could
07:31
24. be born, die, dead
04:42
25. Going to VS will
05:12
26. Be VS have. Horrible mistakes people make
07:00
27. Be done VS have done
04:59
28. You have been VS You have gone
04:32
29. Can VS May. Not what you think
04:58
30. Cannot VS may not
04:10
31. Comparatives and superlatives. Simple explanation
08:50
32. Present real conditional (if VS when)
06:59
33. Unreal conditionals. Present and past
09:22
34. Infinitive (to do) VS gerund (doing)
06:41
35. Gerund or infinitive after “Stop", "remember", "hate"?
07:51
36. Gerund or infinitive after "Advise", "recommend", suggest"?
09:25
39. Simple present VS present progressive
07:59
41. Have something done VS Have someone do something
06:16
42. "How long" VS "how much time" VS "how many times". Easy explanation
04:16
43. Like, would like, love, prefer, would prefer. How to use them
05:48
44. Make me do it VS let me do it
07:05
45. Must VS have to. Big difference
04:52
46. Must not VS don’t have to. Not what you think
04:03
47. Passive VS Active
05:36
48. Present perfect VS Simple past. All differences
05:53
49. Present perfect and prepositions "for", "since"
05:29
50. Simple present VS will
04:18