This course is for English learners who want a better understanding of English. Understanding English parts of speech and sentence structure are key to improving your speaking, writing and listening. Most students skip English parts of speech and sentence structure and this causes many problems later in their learning. Think about it. If an athlete were to skip the basics of their sport, would they be able to master it? The answer is no, and its the same for language. Building a solid foundation is just as important as learning the higher level 'fancy' grammar. And the truth is, if you spend a little extra time learning this now, you will save yourself a whole lot of time down the road.
Build a strong English foundation and the rest will be easy. In this course you learn:
Each lesson provides an explanation followed by examples and practice questions.
In only a few days you will build a complete understanding of English sentences and improve the structure of your own. You will easily be able to build upon your English grammar and master advance concepts thanks to a strong grammar foundation. Make life easier and take this course now!
English doesn't have to be hard. Here I talk about ways to make English easier for you. I introduce the course and tell you what you should achieve by the end.
The first step to mastering English is learning the order and structure of a basic sentence. From there we can build more complex English sentences.
By the end of this lesson students will learn,
- The two main parts of an English sentence.
- The subject
- The predicate
- Review the basic structure of an English Sentence
- Examples and Practice Exercises
Nouns are everywhere in English. Here we discuss the different uses for nouns and how to locate them in sentences.
Verbs will make or break your sentence. Get your verb wrong and your English will sound bad. Get your verb right and people will think you are a native English speaker.
Nouns and verbs take up most of the sentence, but what are all those other words in between. Here we learn about adjectives, adverbs, and more. They are what I call the OTHER words.
Prepositions are short words, but have a lot of power. They are how we represents time, place and movement in our sentence.
As our sentences get more complex, its important that our grammar remains constant. Here we learn about using the same style of grammar when discussing multiple ideas within a sentence.
- A basic understanding of English is needed to listen to the lectures.