What grammar topics do I need to study to level up my English?

Here you can see a list of grammar topics that you need to master in order to level up according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) Beginner (A1) At this level you should be able to: These are topics you need to study at A1 Level according to Exam English: Adjectives:Continue reading “What grammar topics do I need to study to level up my English?”

Third Conditional

We use third conditional sentences to talk about unreal (imaginary or hypothetical) past situations and their consequences. We use the past perfect or the past perfect continuous in the if- clause (condition) We use would have + past participle or could have + past participle or might have + past participle in the other clauseContinue reading “Third Conditional”

Second Conditional

We use the second conditional to talk about hypothetical or imaginary situations in the present or future. In the if-clause we use simple past or past continuous. In the other clause (consequence/result), we can use would, could or might. For the verb be we usually start our sentence with If + subject + were ForContinue reading “Second Conditional”

Conditionals and Future Time Clauses

We use the zero conditional to talk about something that is always true or always happens as a result of something else. You can use the simple present, present continuous or present perfect in either clause. We use the first conditional to talk about something that will probably happen in the future. You can useContinue reading “Conditionals and Future Time Clauses”

Indirect Questions

We use indirect questions when we want to ask a question in a more polite way. Let’s compare direct questions and indirect questions:  Grammar Practice Level of difficulty:   Speaking Practice Level of difficulty:  Change the direct question into an indirect one Discuss the question with your group. Give as many details as possible

Verb get

Get is one of the most common verbs in English. There are more than 280 definitions of the verb get. But don’t worry! You don’t have to memorize all the definitions. You need to learn how to use the most common phrasal verbs and verb phrases. The most common definitions of the verb get are:Continue reading “Verb get”

Order of Adjectives

Adjectives are words that give us details or more information about a noun or a noun phrase. We use them to give an opinion, describe or give information about the size, age, shape, colour, pattern, nationality or origin and material of nouns.  Vocabulary Practice Level of difficulty:  You can put more than one adjective beforeContinue reading “Order of Adjectives”

Present Perfect vs. Present Perfect Continuous

We use the present perfect: We use the present perfect continuous: Grammar Practice Level of difficulty: Speaking Practice Level of difficulty: Student A -> Complete the question Student B -> Answer the question Flip the tile to check if your dialogue was correct Repeat the dialogue and ask follow-up questions to get more details LevelContinue reading “Present Perfect vs. Present Perfect Continuous”