Many people try to learn English grammar from books. A quick explanation by a teacher is often quicker and more efficient. Our teachers can help you to understand why you make mistakes and how to correct those mistakes.
Here are the grammar lessons we offer. Each one is 30 minutes and includes a written summary of the topic and a quiz so you can test yourself.
If there is a grammar topic you want to study that is not on the list, use the form at the bottom of the page to tell us.
Specialised grammar lessons
Question forms (BLI)
This lesson looks at how to makes questions in English, when to use ‘do’ and the difference between open and closed questions.
Word order (BLI)
In this lesson, you will look at the rules for constructing English sentences and questions.
Present simple vs. present continuous (LI)
This lesson explains the difference between I live in Paris and I’m living in Paris.
Past simple vs. present perfect (IU)
This lesson answers the question: why are I lived in Berlin for 10 years and I have lived in Berlin for 10 years different?
Modals of obligation (LIU)
In this lesson, you will examine the difference between ‘must’, ‘should’ and ‘have to’.
Modals of possibility (LIU)
This lesson explains the relationship of ‘will’, ‘could’, ‘may’ and ‘might’.
Future forms – plans (LIU)
In this lesson, you will see how the present continuous and ‘going to’ are used to talk about future plans.
Future forms – forecasts (LIU)
This lesson shows you how to use ‘will’ to make forecasts about the future.
Conditionals 1 & 2 (IU)
This lesson looks at the two most important types of English conditional sentences.
Conditionals overview (UA)
This lesson gives a summary of the main English conditional forms and when they are used.
Tense review (UA)
In this lesson, you will review and practise combining English verbs forms for talking about the past, present and future.
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If there is a grammar topic you want to study that is not on the list, use this form to tell us.