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Category - Intermediate grammar

Quantifiers

Intermediate grammar

Quantifiers¬†are difficult to use¬†because words which are uncountable in English might be countable in your native language, and vice versa. Here is a quick list of the most important countable and uncountable nouns. COUNTABLE (MANY, FEW) pens friends…

Passive voice

Intermediate grammar

The passive voice can be tricky in English, especially in light of the number of different tenses which have active and passive forms. Here is a small table to help you with this challenging topic. Please remember that…

Prefixes

Intermediate grammar

Prefixes are used to vary the meaning of the root of the word. Negative prefixes include un-, ir-, in-, il-, dis- and the next youtube English lesson explains which prefix to use in different situations. The following prefixes…

ARTICLES

Intermediate grammar

A, AN, THE: Articles Articles are the main focus of these English Lessons. ‘A’ and ‘an’ are both known as the indefinite article. They are the same, but ‘an’ is used with nouns/adjectives which have a vowel sound.…

Auxiliary Verbs

Intermediate grammar

Auxiliary Verbs Auxiliary verbs are vital for anyone who wants to sound like a native speaker. We use these constructions all the time to show interest, surprise, disagreement, alarm, and many other emotions. The way they are used…