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Adjectives placed before nouns
Adjectives placed after verbs
Adjectives without Nouns
Adjectives without Nouns
Adjectives with And
Kinds of adjectives
Order of adjectives
Adjectives of quantity
Numeral adjectives
Demonstrative adjectives
Distributive adjectives
Absolute adjectives
Adjectives | Common errors
Adjectives | Common errors | Part 2
Adjective or Adverb


Introduction To Adverbs
Formation of Adverbs
Position of Adverbs
Adjectives or Adverbs - Confusing Cases
Adverbs of Certainty
Adverbs of Degree
Adverbs of Indefinite Frequency
Adverbs of Manner
Adverbs of Place
Adverbs of Time and Definite Frequency
Focusing Adverbs
Adverb Phrases
Adverb Too
Adverbs Common Errors
Adverb Phrases
How to use adverbs


Introduction to Articles
The Definite Article
The Indefinite Article
Cases where articles should not be used
Cases where definite articles should not be used
What to use - A/an or the
Special rules regarding the correct use of articles
The difference between some/any and no article
Expressions without articles

Primary auxiliary verbs

Primary Auxiliaries
Be as an ordinary verb
Be as an auxiliary verb
Be: structures
Do and does emphatic use
Have | Causative use
Have: structures

Modal auxiliary verbs

Modal Auxiliary Verbs
May and Can: differences
Will vs. Be going to
Would vs.Used to
Shall vs. Will
Should: other uses
Must: uses
Must and have to: The Difference
Ought to
Had better
Auxiliary verb equivalents
Should, Ought and Must: The difference

What are nouns?
Common errors in the use of nouns
Nouns: formation of plurals

Nouns with plural verbs
Countable nouns
Common uncountable nouns
Noun clauses
How to make plurals

Writing Tips

Parallel construction
Parallel structures


Kinds of pronouns
Pronouns after as and than
Pronouns | Basics
Pronouns | Common errors 1
Pronouns | Common errors 2
Pronouns | Common errors 3
Pronouns | Common errors 4
Reflexive pronouns
Demonstrative pronouns
Distributive pronouns
Interrogative pronouns

Personal pronouns
Personal pronouns
Personal pronouns basic
Correct use of personal pronouns


Strong and weak verbs
Copular verbs
Transitive and intransitive verbs
Two word verbs
Irregular verbs
Verbal phrases
Verbs followed by infinitives
Verbs of incomplete predication
Verbs not used in the continuous form
Verbs not used in the passive form
Phrasal verbs and prepositional verbs
Verbs forms
Verb patterns 1
Verb patterns 2
Verb patterns 3
Verb patterns 4
Verb patterns 5

How to identify different parts of speech

How to identify adjectives
How to identify adverbs
How to identify conjunctions
How to identify nouns
How to identify prepositions
How to identify verbs


Possessive adjectives
Possessive nouns
Possessive pronouns
Possessive pronouns 2
Possessives with of


Coordinating conjunctions
Kinds of coordinating conjunctions
How to use coordinating conjunctions
Correlative conjunctions
Subordinating Conjunctions
Correct use of some conjunctions
Common errors in the use of conjunctions
Errors in the use of conjunctions | Part 2
Conjunctions and relative pronouns
Conjunctions and, or, but
Conjunction So

Degrees of comparison

Degrees of Comparison
Comparison using positive adjectives and adverbs
Comparison using comparative adjectives and adverbs
Comparison using superlative adjectives and adverbs
The difference between comparative and superlative
Comparison of adjectives
Interchange of degrees of comparison
Special comparative structures
Making comparisons
Degree modifiers with comparatives and superlatives

Types of sentences

What is a sentence?
Types of sentences
Declarative, Imperative, Interrogative And Exclamatory sentence

Kinds of sentences

Kinds of sentences
Simple sentence
Compound sentence
Complex sentence
Compound-complex sentence
Sentence analysis
Analysis of a complex sentence
Sentence fragments
Sentence functions


Some or Any
Enough vs. Too

-ing (gerund) forms

-ing Forms
Gerund vs. Infinitive
Gerund phrases
Verbs that can be followed by -ing forms
-ing forms after nouns and adjectives
-ing forms after prepositions


Copular verbs

Copular verbs

Countable and uncountable nouns

Countable and uncountable nouns

If clauses

Introduction To If Clauses
The Zero Conditional
The Type One Conditional
Type One Conditional- Alternate Forms
The Type Two Conditional
Type Two Conditional- Alternate Forms
The Type Three Conditional
Type Three Conditional-Alternate Forms
Mixed Conditional

Adverb clauses

Adverb clauses
Kinds of adverb clauses
Kinds of adverb clauses - II

Adjective clauses

Adjective clauses
Relative clauses
Relative pronouns
Identifying relative clauses

Noun clauses

Noun clauses


Prepositional phrases
Verbal phrases
Participle phrases
Infinitive phrases
Gerund phrases

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