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Learning a language is not easy and requires much effort. But we can't imagine our life without English. If we don't know English we'll not be able to step with the highly civilized world. This is a course to help you learn the use of English tenses and their formation, as well.
Learn English Quickly Using the Structural Approach Method
• The Auxiliary Verbs as the Principal Components of Tenses
• The Verb “to be"
• The Verb “to do"
• The Verb “to have"
• The Modal Verbs
Everything is Introduced Quite Simple and Comprehensible.
The method of course teaching is based on the structural approach of language teaching. This is a special method which is effective and in a rather short period of time the result is obvious. In order to better understand the essence of this method, imagine that you build a house. Each brick is of special significance. You start from the very ground up. If you learn a language in this way, you'll be able to easily master multiple languages.
This short course contains 27 lectures and 32 minutes of content. Here you can quickly master the most important keys to English learning.
The auxiliary verbs to be, to do and to have are of special relevance which is obvious in the first lecture. If you master the use of these verbs you can see that there's no difficulty in language learning process. Learn these verbs as words which bear a meaning of action and their features in grammar and then you can easily master the tenses which are formed with them.
A language is well learned logically. When you know that the past form of the verb to be is was/were, you'll easily master the past continuous tense. This is the essence of the structural approach of language learning/teaching.
After the course you will be able to use the principal tenses and modal verbs in English. It will help you to avoid several common mistakes referring the English grammar. Build the core and then try to expand your knowledge tower!
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|Section 1: Introduction to Verbs|
|Section 2: The Verb to Be|
Formation and Use of the Verb to BePreview
Short Forms of To be
|Section 3: The Continuous Tenses|
The Formation and Use of Continuous Tenses: VideoPreview
|Section 4: The Verb "to do"|
The Auxiliary Verb "to do"
Short Forms of To Do
|Section 5: The Verb "to have"|
The Auxiliary Verb "to have"
The Perfect Tense Short Forms
|Section 6: MODAL AUXILIARIES|
Modal Auxiliaries: Video
I am Ruzan Mkhitaryan from Armenia, born on 12/03/1984 in Yerevan. After finishing the secondary school in 2000, I became a student of the Yerevan State University, the faculty of Romance-Germanic Philology, English department.
In 2006 I have finished the Yerevan State University with a master's degree.
From the last years of my education (from 2005) I have worked as an English instructor at “Gitelik" University, where I have taught English as a foreign language and have lectured several subjects such a Lexicology, History of Old English, Stylistics, etc.. Later I have worked at the Armenian State University of Economics, where I have instructed Economics in English. At the same time I have done various translations for individuals and companies for about 8 years.
From January 2013, I have occupied the position of the Project Translator at 'Arpa Union, LTD", also have performed some administrative duties. I have also worked at the European Human Rights Advocacy Centre (EHRAC) as a volunteer translator for about two months. From 4/07/2014 to 30/08/2014, I have worked at “Code Computers" as a tender manager.I am married and have two children.