Complete English Grammar For Lower Levels

Complete English Grammar For Lower Levels

Complete English Grammar For Lower Levels

Learn all major grammar topics through high-profile materials and lots of fun elements. QUALITY promised!

Language: english

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Instructor(s): Ülkü Küçükakın

Last update: 2022-05-24

What you’ll learn

  • All major English Grammar topics presented through simple, easy-to-understand language and hundreds of authentic sample sentences
  • The course is full of RICH MATERIALS: Hundreds of pages of downloadable/printable course notes and grammar exercises
  • The course is full of ACADEMIC VOCABULARY: Course notes and exercises with a large volume of academic vocabulary items
  • The course is full of FUN: Grammar points presented through movie clips, songs, poems, tongue twisters, and more

 

Requirements

  • Learners are expected to be at least A2 level (Pre-Intermediate) to follow this course.

 

Description

The course aims to teach all major grammar topics from pre-intermediate to upper-intermediate levels (A2-B2 levels). Most important features of this course are as follows:


  • The instructor uses a simple and easy-to-follow language.

  • The instructor really TEACHES the grammar points in detail, and does not simply read the notes and go over the materials. 

  • The course concentrates only on important grammar points. The instructor is really careful to include only significant details. He skips points that are either too easy or too unnecessarily detailed.

  • All the course materials, including course notes, exercises, and other support materials are presented in .pdf format, so that the learners can follow the course easily by taking their own notes.

  • Grammar points are presented through original and fun-to-read examples. The instructor has carefully avoided boring and commonly-used examples.

  • The course offers extremely rich, highest quality support materials. This will help you practice the points that you have learnt in great detail. 

  • Grammar points are presented through really fun movie clips, songs, poems, and many other fun elements. This will help you have fun while learning and also become more knowledgeable in American and British pop culture, in particular.


    All in all, this course offers you a unique learning experience with highest quality possible. Come and experience it yourself!

 

Who this course is for

  • This course is best for A2 and B1 level English learners and above (Pre-Intermediate & Intermediate)
  • B2 level English learners who need a stronger grammar background will also benefit from this course significantly
  • English teachers who would like some ideas about how to present complex grammar points in an easy-to-understand way will benefit from this course
  • Students who are planning to take international language exams can develop a strong grammar base with this course

 

Course content

  • Tenses – Part 1 (Present Tenses & Past Tenses)
    • Course Notes: Tenses – Part 1
    • What is Time, Aspect, and Tense?
    • Simple Present Tense
    • Present Continuous Tense
    • State Verbs
    • Exercises: Simple Present & Present Continuous
    • Simple Past Tense
    • Past Continuous Tense
    • Exercises: Simple Past & Past Continuous
    • Present Perfect Tense: Function #1
    • Present Perfect Tense: Function #2
    • Present Perfect Tense: Functions #3 – 4 – 5
    • Present Perfect Tense-Other Time Expressions
    • Present Perfect Continuous Tense
    • Exercises: Present Perfect & Present Perfect Continuous
    • Past Perfect Tense
    • Past Perfect Continuous Tense
    • Exercises: Past Perfect & Past Perfect Continuous
  • Tenses – Part 2 (Future Tenses & Time Linkers)
    • Course Notes: Tenses – Part 2
    • “Will” Future
    • “Be Going To” Future
    • Time Linkers – Part 1
    • Time Linkers – Part 2
    • Exercises: Future Tenses & Time Linkers
    • Future Continuous & Future Perfect Tenses
    • Future Perfect Continuous Tense
    • Revision Exercises: Future Tenses & ALL TENSES –
  • Modals – Part 1 (Basic Forms)
    • Course Notes: Modals – Part 1
    • Permission & Request Modals
    • Obligation (Necessity Modals)
    • Exercises: Permission, Request, and Obligation Modals
    • Advice Modals
    • Expectation & Suggestion Modals
    • Exercises: Advice, Expectation, and Suggestion Modals
    • Ability Modals
    • Habit Modals
    • Exercises: Ability & Habit Modals
    • Preference Modals
    • Probability (Possibility) Modals
    • Exercises: Preference & Probability Modals
  • Modals – Part 2 (Modality Progressive & Modality Perfect)
    • Course Notes: Modals – Part 2
    • Modality Progressive
    • Modality Perfect: Part 1
    • Modality Perfect: Part 2
    • Exercises: Modality Progressive & Modality Perfect
  • Passives & Causatives – Part 1 (Passive Structures)
    • Course Notes: Passives & Causatives – Part 1
    • Passives: Introduction
    • Passive Structures (Passive Forms)
    • Exercises: Passive Structures
    • Verbs with Two Objects
    • Using V3 as an Adjective
    • Exercises: Verbs with Two Objects & Using V3 as an Adjective
  • Passives & Causatives – Part 2 (Reported Passives & Causatives)
    • Course Notes: Passives & Causatives – Part 2
    • Reported Passives
    • Causatives
    • Exercises: Reported Passives & Causatives
  • Gerunds & Infinitives (Part 1): Gerunds
    • Course Notes: Gerunds & Infinitives – Part 1
    • Gerunds & Infinitives: Introduction
    • Prepositions + Gerunds
    • Exercises: Introduction & Prepositions + Gerunds
    • Verbs + Gerunds
    • Exercises: Verbs + Gerunds
    • Gerunds with Fixed Expressions
    • Exercises: Gerunds with Fixed Expressions
  • Gerunds & Infinitives (Part 2): Infinitives
    • Course Notes: Gerunds & Infinitives – Part 2
    • Infinitives in Subject & Object Position
    • Verbs + Infinitives
    • Verb + Smo + Infinitives
    • Exercises: Verb + Infinitives
    • Other Infinitive Uses
    • Exercises: Other Infinitive Uses
    • Infinitives & Adjectives
    • Gerunds & Infinitives with Passive Meaning
    • Exercises: Infinitives & Adjectives / Gerunds & Infinitives with Passive Meaning
    • Verbs of Perception
    • Exercises: Verbs of Perception
    • Causatives & Causative-Like Structures
    • Exercises: Causatives & Causative-Like Structures
    • Short Summary
    • A BEAUTIFUL SUMMARY MATERIAL
    • Exercises: ALL Gerunds & Infinitives Summary
  • Adjectives & Adverbs: Part 1
    • Course Notes: Adjectives & Adverbs – Part 1
    • Adjectives: Introduction
    • Exercises: Adjectives
    • Adverbs: Introduction
    • Exercises: Adverbs
    • Irregular Adverbs & Adverbs of Degree
    • Exercises: Irregular Adverbs & Adverbs of Degree
    • so/such . . . that
    • Exercises: so/such . . . that
    • Enough & Too
    • Exercises: Enough & Too
  • Adjectives & Adverbs (Part 2): Comparatives & Superlatives
    • Course Notes: Adjectives & Adverbs – Part 2
    • Comparatives: Introduction
    • Exercises: Comparatives
    • Degrees in Comparatives
    • The more . . . , the more . . .
    • Exercises: Degrees in Comparatives & The more…, the more…
    • as . . . as
    • Exercises: as . . . as
    • Superlatives
    • Exercises: Superlatives
  • Adjective (Relative) Clauses: Part 1
    • Course Notes: Adjective (Relative) Clauses – Part 1
    • Adjective Clauses: Introduction
    • Describing People & Objects: Part 1
    • Describing People & Objects: Part 2
    • Exercises: Describing People & Objects
    • Prepositions + Adjective Clauses & Whose
    • Exercises: Prepositions + Adjective Clauses & Whose
    • Describing Places with Where and Which
    • Exercises: Describing Places with Where and Which
    • Describing Times, Reasons, and Pronouns
    • Exercises: Describing Times, Reasons, and Pronouns
    • Defining and Non-Defining Adjective Clauses
    • Exercises: Defining and Non-Defining Adjective Clauses
    • Expressions of Quantity, Modifying the Sentence, & Cleft Sentences
    • Exercises: Expressions of Quantity, Modifying the Sent., Cleft Sentences
  • Adjective (Relative) Clauses (Part 2): Omission & Reduction-Short Forms
    • Course Notes: Adjective (Relative) Clauses – Part 2
    • Reduction of Active Forms in Adjective Clauses
    • Reduction of Passive Forms in Adjective Clauses
    • Reduction of Non-Defining Adjective Clauses
    • Practice – 1
    • Practice – 2
    • Exercises: Omission & Reduction in Adjective Clauses
  • Noun Clauses
    • Course Notes: Noun Clauses
    • Noun Clauses: Introduction
    • “WH-” Noun Clauses
    • Exercises: Introduction & “Wh-” Noun Clauses
    • “Whether” and “If” Noun Clauses
    • Exercises: “Whether” and “If” Noun Clauses
    • “That” and “The Fact That” Noun Clauses – 1
    • “That” and “The Fact That” Noun Clauses – 2
    • Exercises: “That” and “The Fact That” Noun Clauses
    • Short Forms in Noun Clauses
    • Reported Speech
    • Exercises: Short Forms & Reported Speech in Noun Clauses
    • “-Ever” Words in Noun Clauses
    • Exercises: “-Ever” Words in Noun Clauses
  • If & Wish Clauses / Conditionals
    • Course Notes: If & Wish Clauses / Conditionals
    • If Type “0” & Type “1”
    • Exercises: If Type “0” & Type “1”
    • If Type 2
    • If Type 3
    • Exercises: If Type 2 & Type 3
    • Mixed Conditionals
    • Omitting “if”
    • Exercises: Mixed Conditionals & Omitting “if”
    • Wish Clauses
    • Exercises: Wish Clauses
    • Other Conditionals – 1
    • Other Conditionals – 2
    • Exercises: Other Conditionals
  • Linkers / Conjunctions
    • Course Notes: Linkers / Conjunctions
    • Linkers: Introduction
    • Exercises: Linkers Introduction
    • Time Linkers – 1
    • Time Linkers – 2
    • Exercises: Time Linkers
    • Reason Linkers – 1
    • Reason Linkers – 2
    • Exercises: Reason Linkers
    • Result Linkers
    • Exercises: Result Linkers
    • Purpose Linkers
    • Exercises: Purpose Linkers
    • Contrast Linkers – 1
    • Contrast Linkers – 2
    • Exercises: Contrast Linkers
    • Correlative Conjunctions
    • Exercises: Correlative Conjunctions
    • Similarity Linkers & As if / As though
    • Exercises: Similarity Linkers & As if / As though
    • Example Linkers
    • Explanation & Emphasis Linkers
    • Exercises: Exemplification / Explanation / Emphasis Linkers
    • Other Linkers
    • Exercises: Other Linkers
  • Linkers – Part 2: Short Forms and Reduction in Linkers
    • Course Notes: Linkers Short Forms
    • “Linker + Ving” Reduction
    • Exercises: “Linker + Ving” Reduction
    • Omitting the Linker Itself
    • Some Examples of Short Forms in Linkers
    • Exercises: Short Forms
  • Bu Kurstan Nasıl Faydalanabilirim, En Verimli Nasıl Çalışabilirim…
    • PLEASE NOTE!
    • Bu Kurstan Nasıl Verim Alırım
  • ADJECTIVE CLAUSES (SIFAT CÜMLECİKLERİ) – 1
    • Adjective Clauses 1 – Ders Notları
    • Adjective Clauses Nedir?
    • Adjective Clauses Nasıl Oluşturulur & Who, Whom, Which, That
    • Egzersizlerin Çıktısını Almak ve Yardımcı Kaynak Önerisi
    • Exercises – Adjective Clauses Nasıl Oluşturulur & Who, Whom, Which, That
    • Preposition + Adjective Clauses & Whose
    • Exercises – Preposition + Adjective Clauses & Whose
    • Where vs Which Adjective Clauses
    • Exercises – Where vs Which Adjective Clauses
    • When & Why & Zamirlerle Kullanılan Adj. Clauses
    • Exercises – When & Why & Zamirlerle Kullanılan Adj. Clauses
    • Defining & Non-Defining Adjective Clauses
    • Exercises – Defining & Non-Defining Adjective Clauses
    • Adjective Clauselar Miktar Bildirme & Tüm Cümleyi Niteleme & Cleft Sentences
    • Exercises – Adjective Clauselar Miktar Bildirme & Tüm Cümleyi Niteleme
  • ADJECTIVE CLAUSES 2 – KISALTMA VE ATMA
    • Adjective Clauses 2 – Kısaltma ve Atma Ders Notları
    • Defining Adjective Clauses – Atma ve Kısaltma Kuralları
    • Non-Defining Adjective Clauses – Kısaltma Kuralları
    • Kısaltma Kuralları Exercises – 1
    • Kısaltma Kuralları Exercises – 2
    • Kısaltma Kuralları Exercises – 3
  • NOUN CLAUSES (İSİM CÜMLECİKLERİ)
    • Noun Clauses – Ders Notları
    • Noun Clauses Nedir & Wh- Noun Clauses
    • Exercises – Noun Clauses Nedir & Wh- Noun Clauses
    • Whether (or not) & If (or not)
    • Exercises – Whether (or not) & If (or not)
    • That & The Fact That
    • Exercises – That & The Fact That
    • Noun Clause’larda Kısaltma & Reported Speech
    • Exercises – Noun Clause’larda Kısaltma & Reported Speech
    • Noun Clause’larda -ever’lı İfadeler (-ever Words)
    • Exercises – Noun Clause’larda -ever’lı İfadeler (-ever Words)
  • CONDITIONALS (IF & WISH CLAUSES)
    • Conditionals – Ders Notları
    • Giriş: If Clause Type 0 & 1
    • Exercises: If Type 0 & 1
    • If Clauses Type 2 & 3
    • Exercises: If Type 2 & 3
    • Mixed Type & Devrik Yapılar
    • Exercises: If Mixed Type & Devrik Yapılar
    • Wish Clauses
    • Exercises: Wish Clauses & If Only
    • Şart Bildiren Diğer Yapılar 1 (Other Conditionals)
    • Şart Bildiren Diğer Yapılar 2 (Other Conditionals)
    • Exercises: Şart Bildiren Diğer Yapılar
  • LINKERS (BAĞLAÇLAR) 1
    • Linkers 1 Ders Notları
    • Bağlaçlar Giriş
    • Exercises – Bağlaçlar Giriş
    • Zaman Bağlaçları
    • Exercises – Zaman Bağlaçları
    • Sebep Bildiren Bağlaçlar
    • Exercises – Sebep Bildiren Bağlaçlar
    • Sonuç Bildiren Bağlaçlar
    • Exercises – Sonuç Bildiren Bağlaçlar
    • Amaç Bildiren Bağlaçlar
    • Exercises – Amaç Bildiren Bağlaçlar
    • Zıtlık Bildiren Bağlaçlar
    • Exercises – Zıtlık Bildiren Bağlaçlar
    • Parallellik Bildiren & Farketmezlik Bildiren Bağlaçlar
    • Exercises – Parallellik Bildiren & Farketmezlik Bildiren Bağlaçlar
    • Yapılış Şekli Bildiren & Kıyaslama Bildiren Bağlaçlar
    • Exercises – Yapılış Şekli Bildiren & Kıyaslama Bildiren Bağlaçlar
    • Örnekleme Bildiren, Açıklama Bildiren, Vurgu Bildiren Bağlaçlar
    • Exercises – Örnekleme Bildiren, Açıklama Bildiren, Vurgu Bildiren Bağlaçlar
    • Konu Geçişi Bildiren & İstisna Bildiren Bağlaçlar
    • Exercises – Konu Geçişi Bildiren & İstisna Bildiren Bağlaçlar
  • LINKERS (BAĞLAÇLAR) 2 – BAĞLAÇLARDA KISALTMA
    • Linkers 2 Kısaltma – Ders Notları
    • Bağlaç + Ving Şeklinde Yapılan Kısaltmalar
    • Exercises – Bağlaç + Ving Şeklinde Yapılan Kısaltmalar
    • Bağlacın Tamamen Atıldığı Kısaltmalar
    • Exercises – Bağlacın Tamamen Atıldığı Kısaltmalar

 

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