English Grammar Explanations

Adjective/Adverb
Comparison of adjectives
Sentences with comparisons
The adverbs
The comparison of adverbs
Position of adverbs in sentences
Adverbs of frequency
Adverbs and adjectives have the same form
Adverbs - the basis is not the adjective
Adverbs with two forms

Articles

The articles "a" and "the"
The articles "a" and "the"

Gerund
Gerund - Use, Form
Gerund after adjectives and prepositions
Gerund after nouns and prepositions
Gerund after verbs and prepositions
Gerund after special verbs
Gerund after special phrases
Gerund after prepositions

Gerund and Infinitive

Gerund and Infinitive - no difference in meaning
Gerund and Infinitive - difference in meaning

If-Clauses (Conditional sentences)
If-Clauses - Conditional sentences - Type I
If-Clauses - conditional sentences - Type II
If-Clauses - conditional sentences - Type III
Mixed Conditionals
Replacing if - Omitting if - if vs. when - in case vs. if
Summary
when or if
will and would in if-clauses

Infinitive
Infinitive with to
Infinitive without to

Modals, Modal Auxiliaries
do/does in questions
Modal auxiliaries can, must
to be able to - can
Long- and short forms
Modals
What are modal auxiliaries?

Nouns
Countables and uncountables
Plural
's

Participles
Summary
's or of-phrase

Passive Voice
Active and passive forms in the most common tenses
How to form the passive
Important forms

Phrasal verbs, Prepositional verbs
List with sentences A-H
List with sentences I-R
List with sentences S-Z

Prepositions
Prepositions of time
Prepositions of place and direction (in, at, on)
Prepositions of place and direction

Pronouns
Personal pronouns, Possessive determiners, Possessive pronouns
Relative pronouns
self/each other (Reflexive pronouns)

Punctuation
Comma

Quantifiers

much/many - a little/a few
some/any

Questions
How to form a question - Summary
Question tags
Questions without question words and the verb to be
Questions with question words and the verb to be
Questions with the word to have
Questions in the Past Progressive
Questions in the Present Progressive
Questions in the Simple Present
Questions in the Simple Past
Questions with who and what

Reported Speech
Commands
Statements
Questions

Sentences
Contact clauses
Position of adverbs of frequency
Position of time in statements
Relative clauses
that and which in restrictive and nonrestrictive clauses
Verbs with two objects
Word order - statements
Word order - questions

Tenses (short explanations)
Conditional Simple
Conditional Progressive
Conditional Perfect
Conditional Perfect Progressive
Past Perfect Progressive (Continuous)
Future Progressive (Continuous)
Future Perfect
Future Perfect Progressive (Continuous)

Tenses (detailed explanations)
Past Perfect
Past Perfect - Diagram
Past Perfect - Form of affirmative, negative sentences, questions
Past Perfect - Short and long forms
Past Perfect - Signal words
Past Perfect - Spelling
Past Perfect - Special verbs
Past Perfect - Summary
Past Perfect - Use


Past Progressive/Past Continuous
Past Progressive/Continuous - Diagram
Past Progressive/Continuous - Form of affirmative, negative sentences, questions
Past Progressive/Continuous - Short and long forms
Past Progressive/Continuous - Signal words
Past Progressive/Continuous - Spelling
Past Progressive/Continuous - Special verbs
Past Progressive/Continuous - Summary
Past Progressive/Continuous - Use


Present Perfect
Present Perfect - Diagram
Present Perfect - Form of affirmative, negative sentences, questions
Present Perfect - Short and long forms
Present Perfect - Signal words
Present Perfect - Spelling
Present Perfect - Special verbs
Present Perfect - Summary
Present Perfect - Use


Present Perfect Progressive/Present Perfect Continuous
Present Perfect Progressive - Diagram
Present Perfect Progressive - Form of affirmative, negative sentences, questions
Present Perfect Progressive - Short and long forms
Present Perfect Progressive - Signal words
Present Perfect Progressive - Spelling
Present Perfect Progressive - Special verbs
Present Perfect Progressive - Summary
Present Perfect Progressive - Use


Present Progressive/Present Continuous
Present Progressive/Continuous - Diagram
Present Progressive/Continuous - Form of affirmative, negative sentences, questions
Present Progressive/Continuous - Short and long forms
Present Progressive/Continuous - Signal words
Present Progressive/Continuous - Special verbs
Present Progressive/Continuous - Spelling
Present Progressive/Continuous - Summary
Present Progressive/Continuous - Use


Simple Past
Simple Past - Diagram
Simple Past - Form of affirmative, negative sentences, questions
Simple Past - Signal words
Simple Past - Irregular verbs/Special verbs
Simple Past - Spelling
Simple Past - Summary
Simple Past - Use


Simple Present
Simple Present - Diagram
Simple Present - Form of affirmative, negative sentences and questions
Simple Present - Short and long forms (Contracted forms)
Simple Present - Signal words
Simple Present - Special verbs
Simple Present - Spelling
Simple Present - Summary
Simple Present - Use


going to-future
going to-future - Diagram
going to-future - Form of affirmative, negative sentences and questions
going to-future - Short and long forms (Contracted forms)
going to-future - Signal words
going to-future - Summary
going to-future - Use


will-future
will-future - Diagram
will-future - Form of affirmative, negative sentences and questions
will-future - Short and long forms (Contracted forms)
will-future - Signal words
will-future - Summary
will-future - Use

Tenses - Comparison
Future tenses
Past Perfect - Simple Past
Present Perfect - Simple Past
Simple Present - Present Progressive/Continuous

Various
English tenses (diagram)
English tenses (table)
English tenses - The verb to be
Most common English tenses (table)
Different terms for the English tenses
How a sentence can change its meaning.
How to put in tenses correctly.
Irregular verbs (table)
What are signal words?

Verbs

Imperative
Irregular verbs
Irregular verbs (most common)
Learn irregular verbs effectively
State verbs, dynamic verbs
Verbs with two objects

Various
Date, Months, Days of the week
English tenses - The verb to be
Long- and short forms (Contracted forms)
Numbers
one/ones
's
's or of-phrase
this, that - these, those
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