Fundamentals of English Grammar | Beginner to Intermediate
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Fundamentals of English Grammar | Beginner to Intermediate

Strengthen your English grammar knowledge through bite-sized lessons designed to make learning grammar easy.
5.0 (8 ratings)
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54 students enrolled
Created by Keehwan Kim
Last updated 2/2020
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This course includes
  • 7 hours on-demand video
  • 60 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Students will learn beginner to intermediate level English grammar concepts.
  • Students will learn to use beginner to intermediate level English grammar concepts
Requirements
  • Interest in learning English grammar
Description

Hi, welcome to my course on 'Fundamentals of English Grammar'!

The aim of this course is to help you develop your English grammar knowledge so that you're able to use the language accurately and appropriately.

The range of grammar concepts covered in this course begin from beginner to intermediate. There are 15 units in this course and each units covers a particular aspect of English grammar.

Our course is designed to make learning grammar easy, and as fun as possible, and to do that, we aim to do the following.

  1. Create lessons that are easily digestible. Our lessons range from 2 to 5 minutes and we stick to a very narrow range of topic so that we keep a simple focus, which makes learning grammar simple.

  2. Worksheet to check your understanding. There are 54 exercise worksheet which you can use to check your understanding of each grammar concept you learn.

Please feel free to take a look at some of the sample lessons to find our what our course is like.

Who this course is for:
  • Students who want and need to learn English grammar concepts for beginner to intermediate level learners
  • Students who wish to brush up on their English grammar knowledge
Course content
Expand all 135 lectures 07:10:43
+ Unit 1: Sentences using the be-verb
13 lectures 37:47

Watch this video and learn how to use subject and object pronouns.

1.1 The pronoun
03:23

Watch this video and learn how to form positive sentences using the be-verb in the present tense.

1.1 Be-verb (basics)
03:22

Watch this video and learn how to contract the be-verb.

1.1 Be-verb (contractions)
02:49

Watch this video and learn how to form negative sentences using the be-verb in the present tense.

1.1 Be-verb (negative statement)
02:36

Watch this video and learn how to form yes or no questions using the be-verb in the present tense.

1.2 Be-verb (yes or no questions)
03:02

Watch this video and learn how to form wh-word questions using the be-verb in the present tense.

1.2 Be-verb (wh-word questions)
02:38

Watch this video and learn how adjectives are used.

1.3 Adjectives (overview)
03:11

Watch this video and learn about different suffixes we can use to form adjectives.

1.3 Adjectives (suffixes)
03:12

Watch this video and learn about -ed and -ing ending adjectives.

Preview 02:25

Watch this video and learn about prepositional phrases.

1.4 Prepositional phrase (overview)
02:48

Watch this video and learn how prepositional phrases are used as adjectives.

1.4 Prepositional phrase (adjectival)
03:15

Watch this video and learn how prepositional phrases are used as adverbs.

1.4 Prepositional phrase (adverbial)
02:18

Watch this video and learn how to use linking verbs.

1.4 Linking verbs
02:48
+ Unit 2: Nouns
5 lectures 14:47

Watch this video and learn how to use possessive adjectives and pronouns.

2.1 Possessive adjectives and pronouns
03:05

Watch this video and learn how to use possessive nouns.

2.1 Possessive nouns
03:50

Watch this video and learn how to use countable nouns.

2.2 Nouns (countable)
02:37

Watch this video and learn how to use uncountable nouns.

2.2 Nouns (uncountable)
03:05

Watch this video and learn how to count uncountable nouns.

2.2 Counting uncountable nouns
02:10
+ Unit 3: Present simple tense
10 lectures 30:40

Watch this video and learn more about English verbs.

3.1 English verbs
05:15

Watch this video and learn verbs change in the present simple tense.

3.1 Present simple (changing verbs)
02:49

Watch this video and learn the first use of the present simple tense.

3.1 Present simple (usage 1)
02:33

Watch this video and learn the second use of the present simple tense.

3.1 Present simple (usage 2)
03:03

Watch this video and learn the third use of the present simple tense.

3.1 Present simple (usage 3)
02:03

Watch this video and learn how to use frequency adverbs.

Preview 02:54

Watch this video and learn how to use every and time.

3.2 Present simple (every & time)
03:56

Watch this video and learn how to negative sentences in the present simple tense.

3.2 Present simple (negative statement)
02:55

Watch this video and learn how to form yes or no questions in the present simple tense.

3.3 Present simple (yes or no questions)
02:17

Watch this video and learn how to form wh-word questions in the present simple tense.

3.3 Present simple (wh-word questions)
02:55
+ Unit 4: Articles
4 lectures 13:34

Watch this video and learn how to use indefinite articles.

4.1 Articles (indefinite)
03:22

Watch this video and learn the key difference between definite and indefinite articles.

4.1 Articles (definite & indefinite)
03:20

Watch this video and learn more about how definite articles are used.

4.2 Articles (definite 1)
02:41

Watch this video and learn more about how definite articles are used.

4.2 Articles (definite 2)
04:11
+ Unit 5: Quantifiers
10 lectures 35:16

Watch this video and learn how to use the quantifiers some and any.

5.1 Quantifiers (some & any)
03:48

Watch this video and learn how to use the quantifiers no and a lot of.

5.1 Quantifiers (no & a lot of)
03:12

Watch this video and learn how to use the quantifiers enough and plenty of.

5.1 Quantifiers (enough & plenty of)
03:16

Watch this video and learn about quantifiers we use with countable nouns.

5.2 Quantifiers (used with countable nouns)
02:52

Watch this video and learn about quantifiers we use with uncountable nouns.

5.2 Quantifiers (used with uncountable nouns)
03:16

Watch this video and learn how to use quantifiers both, either and neither.

5.3 Quantifiers (both, either, neither)
05:24

Watch this video and learn how to use quantifiers every and all.

5.3 Quantifiers (every & all)
04:13

Watch this video and learn how to use 'of the' with different quantifiers.

5.3 Quantifiers (of the)
03:12

Watch this video and learn how to use the determiners more, less, and fewer.

5.4 Determiners (more, less, fewer)
03:24

Watch this video and learn how to use the demonstratives this, that, these, and those.

5.4 Demonstratives (this, that, these, those)
02:39
+ Unit 6: The modifiers
13 lectures 39:12

Watch this video and learn how to use adverbs of manner.

6.1 Adverbs of manner
03:11

Watch this video and learn how to modify adjectives by using adverbs of degree.

6.1 Adverbs of degree (adjectives)
03:25

Watch this video and learn how to modify verbs by using adverbs of degree.

6.1 Adverbs of degree (verbs)
03:33

Watch this video and learn how to modify adverbs by using adverbs of degree.

6.1 Adverbs of degree (adverbs)
01:44

Watch this video and learn how to make single syllable adjectives into their comparative forms.

6.2 Comparative adjectives (single syllable)
03:31

Watch this video and learn how to make two syllable adjectives into their comparative forms.

6.2 Comparative adjectives (two syllables)
03:01

Watch this video and learn how to make three syllable or more adjectives into their comparative forms.

6.2 Comparative adjectives (three or more syllables)
02:57

Watch this video and learn how to make adverbs into comparative forms.

6.3 Comparative adverbs 1
02:54

Watch this video and learn how to make adverbs into comparative forms.

6.3 Comparative adverbs 2
03:13

Watch this video and learn how to as... as structure to compare nouns and verbs.

6.3 Comparative (as... as)
03:22

Watch this video and learn how to make single syllable adjectives into their superlative forms.

6.4 Superlatives (single syllable)
03:02

Watch this video and learn how to make two syllable adjectives into their superlative forms.

6.4 Superlatives (two syllables)
02:49

Watch this video and learn how to make three syllable or more adjectives into their superlative forms.

6.4 Superlatives (three or more syllables)
02:30
+ Unit 7: Sentence Structure & Verb Patterns
11 lectures 31:26

Watch this video and learn how to use object complements.

7.1 Object Complements
01:58

Watch this video and learn how to change prepositional phrases using for into indirect objects.

7.1 Direct & Indirect Objects 1
03:06

Watch this video and learn how to change prepositional phrases using to into indirect objects.

7.1 Direct & Indirect Objects 2
02:39

Watch this video and learn how to use gerunds.

Preview 03:23

Watch this video and learn how to use to-infinitive phrase as a noun.

7.2 Infinitive (noun)
02:50

Watch this video and learn how to use to-infinitive phrase as an adjective and an adverb.

7.2 Infinitive (adjective & adverb)
03:08

Watch this video and learn how to use to-infinitives and gerunds after certain verbs.

7.3 Verb patterns (verb + infinitive & gerund)
03:40

Watch this video and learn how to use to-infinitives or gerunds after certain verbs.

7.3 Verb patterns (verb + infinitive or gerund)
02:39

Watch this video and learn how to use to-infinitives after objects.

7.3 Verb patterns (object + infinitive)
02:46

Watch this video and learn how to use causative verbs.

7.4 Causative verb 1
03:18

Watch this video and learn how to use causative verbs.

7.4 Causative verb 2
01:59
+ Unit 8: Present continuous
6 lectures 18:59

Watch this video and learn how to form positive statements using the present continuous tense.

8.1 Present continuous (positive statement)
03:57

Watch this video and learn how to form negative statements using the present continuous tense.

8.1 Present continuous (negative statement)
01:56

Watch this video and learn how to form question statements using the present continuous tense.

8.1 Present continuous (question form)
02:51

Watch this video and learn how to use the present continuous tense.

8.2 Present continuous (usage 1)
03:02

Watch this video and learn how to use the present continuous tense.

8.2 Present continuous (usage 2)
03:29

Watch this video and learn how dynamic and stative verbs are used.

8.2 Dynamic and stative verbs
03:44
+ Unit 9: Past simple
9 lectures 31:29

Watch this video and learn how to use the be-verb in the past simple tense.

9.1 Past simple (be-verb)
03:17

Watch this video and learn how to form positive statement in the past simple tense using regular verbs.

9.1 Past simple (regular verbs & positive statement)
02:56

Watch this video and learn -ed ending verbs are pronounced.

9.2 Past simple (-ed pronunciation)
05:11

Watch this video and learn how to form negative statements in the past simple tense using irregular verbs.

9.2 Past simple (irregular verbs & negative statement)
03:18

Watch this video and learn how to form question statements in the past simple tense.

9.2 Past simple (question form)
02:44

Watch this video and learn how to talk about past habits.

9.3 Past habits (used to & would)
03:56

Watch this video and learn how to use be used to & get used to.

9.3 be used to & get used to
03:36

Watch this video and learn how to use there + be-verb structure in the present simple tense.

9.4 There is & are
03:18

Watch this video and learn how to use there + be-verb structure in the past simple tense.

9.4 There was & were
03:13