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Reported Speech

Reported speech is like magic. You retell what someone said in direct speech and transform it into an interesting narrative. It's a fascinating world to explore! Let's dive into the lesson!

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Present Continuous and Present Simple

Welcome to another grammar lesson! In English, the present continuous (also known as progressive) and present simple tenses are fundamental components of grammar, each serving distinct purposes in conveying actions and states of being in the present tense.

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Present Continuous and Present Simple (Part 2)

Welcome to Part 2 of the lesson - Don't forget to review Part 1 before moving on to this section!

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Past Simple and Past Perfect

Welcome to a concise exploration of two essential verb tenses in English: the past simple and the past perfect. In this lesson, we will delve into how these tenses are used to express actions and events that occurred in the past, providing clarity and precision to your communication.

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Past Continuous and Past Simple

Welcome to another lesson in our ongoing series on tenses. In this lesson, we will be discussing the Past Continuous (or Progressive) and the Past Simple, and we will be covering different verb tenses and their correct usage in various contexts. So, brace yourself for some serious learning!

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Past Perfect and Past Simple

Today, we will be exploring the differences between the Past Simple and Past Perfect tenses. By understanding the subtleties of these tenses, we can improve our communication (especially written communication) skills. Join us on this linguistic expedition!

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Present Perfect Continuous and Present Perfect

Welcome to another lesson! Let's dive into the dynamic realm of English grammar as we unravel the nuances of the Present Continuous and Present Perfect tenses, offering a fresh perspective on expressing actions in the present.

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Past Perfect Continuous

Welcome to yet another lesson! Did you know that the past perfect continuous tense expresses an ongoing action that took place before another action in the past? It is formed by combining "had been" with the present participle of the main verb. Let's explore it together!

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Will and Will Be Going To

Welcome to another lesson! "Will" is used for spontaneous decisions or predictions, while "going to" is used for planned intentions or predictions based on current evidence or plans. Let's have a look!

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Be To + Infinitive

Let's look at the "Be to + infinitive" form - which is commonly used in news reports to talk about events that are likely to happen in the near future or for formal/official arrangements.

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May and Might: Possibility

In this lesson, we delve into the nuanced distinctions between "may" and "might," unravelling their subtle differences in expressing probability and permission. Sharpen your language precision as we navigate the intricate usage of these modal verbs!

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Using Passives

Employing passives in your writing enhances clarity by shifting the focus from the doer to the action, allowing for a more sophisticated and nuanced expression of ideas. Let's jump straight into the lesson!

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Reporting With Passive Verbs; It Is Said That

In the realm of grammar, delving into "Reporting with Passive Verbs" unveils the intricate art of conveying information through indirect narration. Through the construct "It is said that," perspectives are subtly shifted, inviting a nuanced exploration of reported speech.

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Wh-Questions With Who, Whom, Which, How and Whose

In this grammar lesson, we delve into constructing meaningful questions using key interrogative words such as who, whom, which, how, and whose. Learn to master the art of inquiry with precision and clarity.

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Negative Questions; Echo Questions; Questions With That-Clauses

Explore advanced question forms in this comprehensive grammar lesson, covering negative questions, echo questions, and questions with that-clauses, designed to enhance your proficiency.

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Linking Verbs: Be, Appear, Seem; Become, Get, etc.

Linking verbs connect the subject of a sentence with its complement, which can be adjectives or noun phrases. Common examples include "be," "appear," "seem," among others.

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Forming Passive Sentences

Certain English verbs have both a direct and indirect object, leading to two sentence patterns (active and passive). Understanding this is essential for creating effective passive sentences. Let's explore with explanations and examples.

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Direct and Indirect Objects

In this lesson, we'll understand the differences between direct and indirect objects, provide examples, discuss their roles, highlight common mistakes, and touch upon pronoun use.

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Reporting With Passives... It Was Said That

In reporting with passives, the phrase "It was said that" is commonly used to relay information without specifying the speaker directly. Let's dive into the lesson!

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Quoting and Reporting in Our Own Words

It is common to paraphrase people's words when reporting their thoughts or opinions, especially when the main message is more important than the exact words used. Let's explore this lesson in detail!

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Homophones and Homographs

Let's explore homophones and homographs, and celebrate their QURIKS!

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Mastering Quantifiers

Understanding quantifiers is vital in mastering English grammar, notably for advanced learners. Quantifiers like "much," "many," "a lot of," and "lots of" indicate the quantity of nouns in sentences. This guide provides advanced learners with a complete understanding of these quantifiers' use, including exceptions and nuances, through detailed explanations and examples.

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Auxiliary Verbs

In sentences, auxiliary verbs play a supportive role alongside the main verb to avoid repetition. Let's dive straight into the lesson!

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Question Tags

Question tags are invaluable tools in English communication, adding depth and nuance to our sentences. They are compact yet powerful, allowing us to seek confirmation, agreement, or clarification effortlessly.

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