English Grammar Refresher
- 2 hours on-demand video
- 7 articles
- 1 downloadable resource
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
Get your team access to 4,000+ top Udemy courses anytime, anywhere.Try Udemy for Business
- 2 hours of lectures + Quizzes
- Spot the structural differences between the English tenses
- Know the different ways the English tenses are used in conversation
- Use verb tenses like a native English speaker
- Students should already have completed elementary or beginner-level English and some intermediate-level English.
**Updated with more quizzes and complementary materials**
This is a review course for people who struggle with English grammar. Surprisingly, many English learners make the most basic grammar mistakes repeatedly. Is this you? Then this is your course! The goal of this course is to give you little tricks or hints to help remember verb structure (for example, when to use helping verb "do" or "be") and give examples to compare tenses so that you know when to choose one tense over another (a classic example of this is the past simple versus present perfect). You don't have to be confused anymore. This course is your first step to sounding more like a native English speaker with tenses. I tell you the common ways to use the tenses and each lecture includes a quiz to confirm your knowledge. We start with the most commonly used verb tenses and then move on to less frequently used tenses. By the end of the course, you'll know the subtle differences between the English verb tenses and how to use them confidently in conversation. If you're already very good at grammar, then I'm afraid this course isn't for you.
- This English course is best suited for students who know some English (pre-intermediate or above). Students who have already learned some English grammar will benefit from a quick and comprehensive review of English tenses. This course is not designed for complete beginners. This comprehensive course covers the general guidelines for English tenses. In the course, we do not address exceptions to these rules.