Learn English grammar by going through many grammar tests with a native-English speaking instructor. Learn about common English mistakes and why they are made. Learn about what grammar mistakes you miss when you are checking your own grammar.
Get Much Better at Grammar by Going Over Lots of Grammar Tests
I designed this course to be very similar to what I cover in my English classes at my university in Canada. I know that students are really interested in what mistakes they have made on English tests. When I hand back tests in my classes, I always get many questions from students about what is wrong and why it is wrong. These explanations have a huge impact on helping students understand grammar and improve for next time. In this course you can benefit from a variety of test with many different grammar mistakes to find and fix. If you find and fix mistakes then your grammar knowledge is better. If you miss some and then I explain them to you, you will be better for next time.
Information about me, Joe Crossman, the course instructor. Also, there is a description about how the course will go.
Here is the first Mini Test. It shows you what to do and how to use the tests.
Here is the second Mini Grammar Test with lots of new grammar mistakes and explanations. Some of the grammar mistakes include things about comparative adjectives.
This quiz will check your knowledge of the subject-verb agreement rules. Try to find the mistake in the following sentence. :)
Here is the third Mini Grammar Test with many different grammar mistakes. The rules covered include subject-verb agreement and modal verbs.
This short quiz will check to see if you can remember to make nouns plural when they should be. :) Find out where the mistake is.
Here is the fourth Mini Grammar Test which includes several different grammar problems. The rules discussed include how to use gerunds and infinitives.
This short quiz will test your knowledge of tense usage. Try to find the mistake in the following sentence.
This is Mini Grammar Test five with lots of challenging grammar mistakes to find and fix. The rules explained include the present continuous tense.
This video has Mini Grammar Test six which has plenty of useful grammar explanations. Articles and non-count nouns are examined in this test.
Here is Mini Grammar Test seven. This video has lots of grammar explanations for a variety of common grammar mistakes. The differences between nouns and adjectives are discussed in this video.
Welcome to Mini Grammar Test eight. Tons more grammar mistakes and explanations await you in this video. Active and passive grammatical forms are discussed.
This is Mini Grammar Test nine. More grammar mistakes and explanations await you to help you improve your English. This test has some explanations of possessive pronoun use.
This video shows Mini Grammar Test ten and many helpful grammar explanations. The use of prepositions is discussed in this video.
Here is Mini Grammar Test eleven with several common grammar mistakes and thorough grammar explanations to help you fully understand how to find and fix these types of mistakes. This test has many examples of verb, adjective, and article mistakes.
Here is Mini Grammar Test twelve. It is the final grammar test in this course. This test looks at the use of specific words as well as conjunctions. Congratulations on making it to the end of the course.
This short video reviews the most common tenses in English grammar and how they are used.
This is a short review of the Subject-Verb agreement rule. It is a basic rule, but very important because it is used in every sentence you make.
I teach English as a second language. I have been an ESL teacher since 1995. I started teaching in South Korea where I worked for a private language school and two universities in my six years there. I returned home to Canada in 2002 and have been teaching ESL at Saint Mary's University in Halifax, Nova Scotia since then. I am married. My wife, who is also a teacher, is named Gail. I also have two wonderful children.