English grammar intermediate: Pronouns and conjugations

Your guide to the difference between 'something', 'anything', 'nothing', 'neither' and all those other little words
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They will understand how all the different pronouns work
They will understand the difference between 'neither' and 'either.'
They will understand the difference between 'any' words like 'anyone,' and 'anything' and 'no' words like 'no one' and 'nothing.'
They will understand how to use 'whatever,' 'whenever', 'wherever', 'whoever', 'whichever' and 'however.'
They will be able to use linking words (conjugations) like 'despite', 'although', 'in addition' and 'therefore.'


  • Beginner to intermediate knowledge of English


Welcome to our FREE English course: English grammar intermediate: Pronouns and conjugations.

Do you get confused about the difference between 'neither' and 'either'?

Or, when to use an ‘any’ word like ‘anything’ , anyone and anywhere and when to use a no word like ‘no one’ nothing and nowhere?

If your answer is YES then this is the course for you. These words are called pronouns. They are very common in English, and, in your language too.

This course is designed to eliminate your doubts about pronouns, forever.

In this course you will learn:

What each pronoun means and how to use them.

Common mistakes English students make when using pronouns and how to avoid them in your speech.

By the end of this course you will be able to use all the different pronouns accurately and with confidence, to eliminate those mistakes from your English conversation forever.   

Part two is about conjugations. Conjugations are linking words like 'however', 'despite', 'in addition' and 'although'.

In this course I will teach you the meanings and structures of all common conjugations words so you can use them confidently to link your ideas together in writing and speech.

So, what are you waiting for?

Enroll in this free English course and say goodbye to the mistakes you make with pronouns, forever.

Who this course is for:

  • Students who want to stop making mistakes with pronouns.
  • Students who want to use pronouns naturally in sentences.
  • Students who are curious about how we use pronouns like 'neither', 'whatever', 'anywhere', 'none' and 'both.'

Course content

2 sections19 lectures1h 11m total length
  • Introduction
  • What is a pronoun?
  • Pronouns in positive: All, everybody and some
  • Pronouns in positive review: All, everybody and some review
  • Positive pronouns
    5 questions
  • Both, either, all, most
  • Both, either, all, most review
  • Both, neither, all, most
    5 questions
  • Neither and either
  • Neither and either review
  • Neither and either
    5 questions
  • Negative pronouns
  • Negative pronouns review
  • Pronouns in negative
    5 questions
  • Whatever, whenever, whichever, wherever, whoever, however
  • Whatever, whenever, whichever, wherever, whoever, however review
  • Whatever, whoever, wherever, whichever, whenever, however
    5 questions


CELTA English teacher specialising in advanced English
Andromeda Jones
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Hi, my name is Andromeda and I am a CELTA qualified English language teacher from London, England.

I specialise in higher-level English, from intermediate to advanced. I do this because I am passionate about grammar and love to teach the difficult aspects of the English language, such as the conditional tense, modal verbs, phrasal verbs and the uses of 'get'. 

In addition to my courses, I have written three books on English grammar you can find on Amazon and I run an educational website for people who wish to learn advanced level English.  

If you have any questions, just contact me. Happy learning!