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English Grammar through some Patterns and Examples

May 11 at 17:27

I tell the truth - I like Grammar. I don't feel comfortable in a new language if I don't know the basic Grammar rules of this language.

I've written a lot of Grammar lessons in English, German and Russian for this platform. I hope that they were useful for many learners of these languages.

Don't believe the people who say that the Grammar is always boring! The Grammar can be difficult but almost never boring!

I've written my English Grammar lessons mostly in the cooperation with English native speakers Nerelle Poroch and Richard Coombes.

For beginners I try to write very simple, for example in my courses LET'S START, STEP BY STEP, ENGLISH FOR BEGINNERS. And for the learners on the intermediate level I write more completely. But in all lessons I give a lot of patterns and examples to make my lessons more interesting and more understandable.

Here are some new English grammar lessons prepared in the cooperation with Nerelle:

HOW WE USE THE PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS:

VERBS NOT USED IN THE CONTINUOUS FORM:

The Present Continuous and the Present Perfect Continuous:

The Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous:

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