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Pronouns – English Grammar Explanations

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Relative pronouns – who, which, whose, that
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Self, each other, Reflexive pronouns
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Personal pronouns, Possessive determiners, Possessive pronouns in English

Adjectives / Adverbs – English Grammar

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The adjectives in English Grammar – Summary
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The adverbs in English Grammar – Summary
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Adverbs and adjectives that have the same form
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Adverbs of frequency in English
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Adverbs that are not derived from adjectives
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Adverbs that have two forms in English
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Comparison of adjectives in English
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Order of adjectives
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Position of adverbs in English sentences
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Sentences with comparisons in English
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Exercises – Adjectives/Adverbs

Articles – English Grammar

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The definite article – the
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The indefinite article – a, an
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Exercises – Articles

Conditional sentences if-clauses

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Conditional sentences, if-clauses type I, II, III – Summary
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Conditional sentences – type I
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Conditional sentences – type II
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Conditional sentences – type III
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if I were you or if I was you
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Mixed conditionals
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Real and unreal conditionals, Modals and position of if-clauses
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Replacing if – Omitting if – if vs. when – in case vs. if
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when or if
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will and would in if-clauses
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Exercises – Conditional sentences, if-clauses

Modals Modal Auxiliaries

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be in English – auxiliary and main verb
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be in different tenses
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can, can’t, cannot
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can and must in sentences and questions
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can – to be able to/to be allowed to
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do in English – auxiliary and main verb
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have – auxiliary and main verb
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have or have got
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have got or has got
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have to, has to, had to
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Long forms, contracted forms (short forms) of auxiliaries
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may – to be allowed to
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Modals in English Grammar
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must, have to, mustn’t, needn’t
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Questions in the Simple Past, Questions with did
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Questions in the Simple Present, Questions with do, does
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there is – it is
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there is – there are
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Exercises – Modal Auxiliaries

Nouns

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Countables and uncountables
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Foreign plurals
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Gender nouns
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Plural
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Plural nouns in English
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Proper names, Proper nouns
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Singular nouns in English
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Singular or plural for groups of people
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Substitute word one/ones in English
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‘s
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‘s or of-phrase
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Exercises – Nouns, Plurals, s-genitive

Participles

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Participles, Participle constructions
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Present Participle, Past Participle, Perfect Participle
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Exercises – Participles

Passive Voice

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Active – Passive in English Grammar
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Active sentences with two objects in Passive
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by agent in Passive – English Grammar
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Passive in English
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Passive sentences in English
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Personal Passive – Impersonal Passive – It is said
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Questions in Passive
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Verbs with prepositions in Passive
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Exercises – Passive Voice

Phrasal Verbs

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Phrasal Verbs in English – Summary
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Phrasal Verbs – A – M
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Phrasal Verbs – N – Z
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Phrasal Verbs – Prepositional Verbs – Differences
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Exercises – Phrasal Verbs

English Prepositions

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Prepositions – at, in, on
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Prepositions of place and direction
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Prepositions in expressions of time
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Exercises – Prepositions
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a lot of, lots of
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each, every
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much, many – a little, a few
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some, any
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something, anything and other compounds
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Exercise Quantifiers
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Questions in Passive
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Questions in the going to-future
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Questions in the Past Progressive
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Questions in the Present Perfect
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Questions in the Present Progressive
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Questions in the will-future
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Question tags in English
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Questions with question words and the verb be
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Questions with can
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Questions with have and have got
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Questions in the Simple Past, Questions with did
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Questions in the Simple Present, Questions with do, does
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Questions with who and what – Subject – Object
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Question words in English
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Short answers in English
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which or what
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Word order in English questions (Summary)
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Yes/No questions and short answers with the verb be
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Exercises – Questions

Reported Speech

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Reported Speech (Summary)
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Reported commands and requests in English
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Reported questions in English
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Reported statements in English
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Exercises – Reported Speech

Sentences

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Commas in English, Punctuation
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Adverbs of frequency in English
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Conjunctions, connecting words and fillers in English sentences
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Contact clauses – no relative pronouns
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Expressions of place and time in sentences – Word order
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Relative clauses – Defining and non-defining – that, which
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Verbs with 2 objects – Word order
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Word order in English questions (Summary)
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Word order in English sentences (Summary)
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Exercises – Sentences

English Tenses

Past Perfect

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Past Perfect (Summary)
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be, do, have in the Past Perfect
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Diagram of the Past Perfect
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Form of the Past Perfect
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Short/contracted forms and long forms in the Past Perfect
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Signal words for the Past Perfect
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Spelling of verbs in the Past Perfect
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Use of the Past Perfect

Past Continuous

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Past Progressive/Continuous (Summary)
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Diagram of the Past Progressive
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do, have and special verbs in the Past Progressive
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Form of the Past Progressive
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Questions in the Past Progressive
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Short/contracted forms and long forms in the Past Progressive
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Signal words for the Past Progressive
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Spelling of verbs in the Past Progressive
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Use of the Past Progressive

Present Perfect

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Present Perfect (Summary)
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be, do, have and irregular verbs in the Present Perfect
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Diagram of the Present Perfect
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Form of the Present Perfect
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Questions in the Present Perfect
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Short/contracted forms and long forms in the Present Perfect
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Signal words for the Present Perfect
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Spelling of verbs in the Present Perfect
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Use of the Present Perfect

Present Perfect Continuous

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Present Perfect Progressive (Summary)
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Diagram of the Present Perfect Progressive
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do and dynamic verbs in the Present Perfect Progressive
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Form of the Present Perfect Progressive
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Short/contracted forms and long forms in the Present Perfect Progressive
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Signal words for the Present Perfect Progressive
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Spelling of verbs in the Present Perfect Progressive
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Use of the Present Perfect Progressive

Present Continuous

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Present Progressive/Continuous (Summary)
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Diagram of the Present Progressive
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do, have and special verbs in the Present Progressive
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Form of the Present Progressive
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Questions in the Present Progressive
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Short/contracted forms and long forms in the Present Progressive
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Signal words for the Present Progressive
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Spelling of verbs in the Present Progressive
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Use of the Present Progressive

Simple Past

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Simple Past (Summary)
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be, do, have and irregular verbs in the Simple Past
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Diagram of the Simple Past
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Form of the Simple Past
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Pronunciation of -ed
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Questions in the Simple Past
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Short/contracted and long forms in the Simple Past
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Signal words for the Simple Past
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Spelling of verbs in the Simple Past
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Use of the Simple Past

Simple Present

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Simple Present (Summary)
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be, do, have and modal verbs in the Simple Present
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Diagram of the Simple Present
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Form of the Simple Present
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Questions in the Simple Present
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Short/contracted forms and long forms in the Simple Present
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Signal words for the Simple Present
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Spelling of verbs in the Simple Present
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Use of the Simple Present

going to-future

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going to-future (Summary)
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Diagram of will and going to-future
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Form of the going to-future
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going to-future and will-future in a diagram
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Questions in the going to-future
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Short/contracted forms and long forms in the going to-future
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Signal words for the going to-future
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Use of the going to-future

will-future

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will-future (Summary)
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Diagram of will and going to-future
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Form of the will-future
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going to-future and will-future in a diagram
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Questions in the will-future
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Short/contracted forms and long forms in the will-future
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Signal words for the will-future
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Use of the will-future

Other Tenses

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Conditional Perfect
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Conditional Perfect Progressive
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Conditional Progressive
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Conditional Simple
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Future Perfect
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Future Perfect Progressive
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Future Progressive
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Past Perfect Progressive

Tenses – contrasted

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Future Tenses in English – contrasted
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Past Tenses in English – contrasted
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Present Tenses in English – contrasted
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Past Perfect – Simple Past – contrasted
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Present Perfect – Simple Past – contrasted
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Present Perfect – Present Perfect Progressive – contrasted
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Simple Present – Present Progressive – contrasted
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Simple Past – Past Progressive – contrasted
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Simple Present – Simple Past – contrasted

Various

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be in English – auxiliary and main verb
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Common irregular verbs in English in a table
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do in English – auxiliary and main verb
30 minutes
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English Tenses in a diagram
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Gerund or Progressive/Continuous
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Grammatical terms – English Tenses
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have – auxiliary and main verb
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Sentences change their meanings
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Signal words and English Tenses
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State verbs, dynamic verbs in English
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Steps to put in verbs into gaps in sentences and questions
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The most common Tenses in English in a table
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The verb be as a main verb in the Simple Present and the Simple Past
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The verb be in different tenses
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Exercises – Tenses

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