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It also explains how to use countable and uncountable nouns in the plural, helps you to prepare for an English Language Exam, like TOEFL, Cambridge, IELTS...etc
Certainly, it's useful even if you only want to refresh your grammar in an amusing quick way.
You can learn this topic in a few hours but you’ll remember it for the rest of your life.
This course is built on three pillars:
There are 10 videos, the Intro, 8 lessons and The Recap.
The e book is a very important part of this course, so don’t forget to read the relevant chapter after each lesson.
And finally you can check what you’ve learnt with lots of interesting exercises in your workbook.
You can find your downloadable Progress Sheet to keep tracking your personal improvement with visual elements.
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|Section 1: Section - 1 - Introduction|
How we built this course
At the end of this course you'll be able to...
How to use this course
About the e-book:
About the workbook:
About the Progress Sheet:
You will love it! Download and keep tracking your personal improvement and have some fun!
|Section 2: Section 2 - What are countable and uncountable nouns?|
How to decide if a word is countable or uncountable
Example situations and further examples in the e-book
Magical trick to decide if a word is countable or uncountable
Great illustrations to memorize
|Section 3: Section 3 - Plural and UNcountable nouns in plural|
What if an uncountable noun is in the plural
Which one is correct: time or times? Can I use 'time' in plural?
Some words can be both countable and uncountable depending on the situation we use them. - Let me show you what I mean!
Example situation and explanation
Further examples in the e-book
|Section 4: Section - 4 - Containers and quantities|
How to make an uncountable noun countable
How to use containers and quantities with uncountable nouns
How to use measurements
A box of.., a packet of..., a piece of...etc
Plurals of nouns
Lots of exercises in the workbook
|Section 5: Section - 5 - Much and many|
How to use much and many - quantifiers
Great tips on memorizing
|Section 6: Section - 6 - Little, a little, few, a few|
How to use little, a little, few, a few
Which ones are used with uncountable nouns?
When to use the nouns in the plural
What’s the difference between 'little' and 'a little'?
What’s the difference between 'few' and 'a few'?
|Section 7: Section - 7 - A lot of, lots of, plenty of|
How to use a lot of, lots of, plenty of - quantifiers
What’s the agreement?
When to use the nouns in the plural
|Section 8: Section - 8 - Negatives, questions and positive sentences|
Why ‘much’ is special
Can I use much in positive sentences?
|Section 9: Section - 9 - Some and any|
How to use 'some' and 'any'
Can we use them with both uncountable and countable nouns?
Can I use ‘any’ in positive sentences?
When to use ‘some’ in questions
|Section 10: Section - 10 - The Recap|
Memorize the gist of this course
|Section 11: + BONUS - English Vocabulary Videos for visual learners|
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Hello my lovely students,
If you’re a visual type of person, like learning with fun, need help to memorize and understand English grammar and your time is also important then my courses are for you.
I live in England and have been teaching English Language for 15 years with passion and care.
I have an ELT (English Language Teaching) degree and am also a TEFL English Teacher, TEFL Business English Teacher, TEFL Advanced Grammar Teacher and TEFL One-to-one teacher.
My courses are very visual with lots of graphics, memorizable situations and examples.
All my courses are subtitled and I also speak slowly and simply to help you understand everything.
Don’t forget that you can actually download the courses to your phone and watch the videos offline as well! Are you ready, let’s get started!