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TENSES

Present Simple
Present Continuous
Present Perfect
Past Simple
Past Continuous
Past Perfect
Future
Auxiliary Verbs
The Present Tenses
The Past Tenses
The ContinuousTenses
Talking about the Present
Talking about the Past
Reporting the Past
Talking about the Future using 'Will' and 'Going to'
Talking about the Future using Present Tenses'

PREPOSITIONS

Prepositions of Time
Prepositions of Place and Movement
Prepositions of Place - at, in, on Prepositions with Forms of Transport

ESSAY WRITING SKILLS

Essay Writing (Pre-writing)
Essay Writing (Structure)
Essay Styles
Argumentative Essays
Essay Writing (Intro and Outline)
Essay Writing (Body Paragraphs)
Essay Conclusion
Summarizing, paraphrasing, synthesizing

MEETINGS

The Language of Meetings
Meetings: Making Your Point
Meetings: Communicating towards a Successful Outcome

THE PASSIVE

The Passive
'It' as Impersonal Subject
'There' as Impersonal Subject

REPORTING

Report Structures: 'That-clauses
Other Report Structures














WRITING SKILLS

Formal Grammar and Style
Nominalization
Cohesion: Introduction
Cohesion: Connectors
Cohesion: Reference Words
Cohesion: Referring to other Parts of a Text
Showing your Position in a Text
Clarity, Style and Tone
Writing Descriptively (part 1)
Writing Descriptively (part 2)
Writing Critically

Writing Articles
Writing Summaries
Writing Reviews
Writing Reports
Writing Research Reports
Referencing
Citation
Writing Emails
Organizing Texts
Writing Formal Letters
Punctuation

CLAUSES

Time Clauses
Conditional Clauses
Reason and Purpose Clauses
Result Clauses
Contrast Clauses
Sentence Problems
Conditional Clauses Using Modals and 'Unless'

Manner Clauses
Defining Relative Clauses
Non-defining Relative Clauses
Changing the Focus of a Sentence
Cohesion: Making Connections in Speech and Writing

PRESENTATION SKILLS

Presentation Tips - Some General Tips
Giving Presentations (1) - Introductions, Signposting
Giving Presentations (2) - How to Use Visual Aids
Giving Presentations (3) - Advanced Presentation Techniques
Giving Presentations (4) - Focus

SYNTAX

DETERMINERS

Glossary of Grammatical Terms
Basic Sentence Structure
Clause and Sentence Structure
The Noun Phrase
The Verb Group




Determiners
Main Uses of 'The'
Other Uses of 'The'
'A' and 'An'
All, most, no, none
Much, Little, Many, Few, More, Less, Fewer
Both, Either, Neither
Some, Any, Another, Other, Each, Every

MODALS

TRANSITIVITY

Introduction to Modals
Modals - Possibility
Modals - Probability and Certainty
Modals - Ability
Modals - Permission
Modals - 'Can'
Instructions and Requests
Suggestions
Offers and Invitations
Wants and Wishes
Obligation and Necessity 1
Obligation and Necessity 2
Mild Obligation and Advice

Intransitive and Transitive Verbs
Verbs with Two Objects
Reflexive Verbs
Reciprocal Verbs
Ergative Verbs
Common Verbs with Nouns for Actions
Verbs with Prepositions
Phrasal Verbs



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ADJECTIVES

Adjectives
Position of Adjectives
Order of Adjectives
Adjectives with Prepostions
Adjectives with 'to'-Infinitive or 'that'-Clauses
Adjectives Ending in '-ing' or '-ed'

ADVERBIALS

Adverbs
Adverbials
Adverbials of Manner
Adverbials of Time
Adverbials of Frequency and Probability
Adverbials of Duration
Adverbials of Degree

POSSESSION

Possession

COMPARISON

Comparatives and Superlatives: Forms
Comparatives and Superlatives: Uses

NOUNS

Count Nouns
Countable/Uncountable Nouns
Singular, Plural, and Collective Nouns

PRONOUNS

Personal Pronouns
Demonstrative Pronouns
Reflexive Pronouns
Indefinite Pronouns

MOOD

Questions
'Wh'-words
'Question Tags: Forms
'Question Tags: Uses
Indirect and Reported Questions
Short Answers
The Imperative and 'Let'
Negative Sentences with 'Not'
Negative Words

VERB COMPLEMENTATION

Link Verbs
Verbs with '-ing' Clauses
Verbs with 'To'-infinitive Clauses
Verbs with 'To'-infinitive or '-ing' Clauses
Verbs with Other Types of Clauses

OTHER GRAMMAR BASICS

Nouns with Prepositions
Articles
Relative Clauses
Word Order
Quantity
Pronouns and Referencing

VIDEO TUTORIALS

How to write an introductory paragraph for an essay
Present Simple
Present Continuous
Present Perfect