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Learn the grammar equivalent to: First Certificate Exam (Cambridge University), B1 (CEFR), TOEFL 87-109 points.

(1) English verb tenses structure review

  • Intro Lecture
  • FREE DISCOUNT COUPON
  • English Verb tense Structures
  • Past Simple or Past Continuous
  • Used to & Would
  • Past Perfect Simple
  • Past Simple or Past Perfect Simple
  • Future Simple or Be going to or Present Simple
  • Use of Gerund and Infinitive
  • Order of the Adjectives in a sentence
  • The Passive 1
  • The Reported Speech
  • The Reported Speech in questions
  • The First Conditional
  • The Second Conditional
  • The Zero Conditional
  • Present Perfect Continuous
  • Past Perfect Continuous
  • Future Continuous
  • Future Perfect
  • To Be about to
  • Future Verb Tenses Reminder
  • The Passive form in all verb tenses
  • The Passive with two Objects
  • The Passive with Reporting Verbs
  • The Modal verbs for the Past
  • The Third Conditional
  • Adjectives ending in +ed or +ing
  • Ommiting a Relative Clause
  • Defining or Non-defining Relative Clauses

(2) Verb tenses for the Past

  • Intro Lecture
  • FREE DISCOUNT COUPON
  • English Verb tense Structures
  • Past Simple or Past Continuous
  • Used to & Would
  • Past Perfect Simple
  • Past Simple or Past Perfect Simple
  • Future Simple or Be going to or Present Simple
  • Use of Gerund and Infinitive
  • Order of the Adjectives in a sentence
  • The Passive 1
  • The Reported Speech
  • The Reported Speech in questions
  • The First Conditional
  • The Second Conditional
  • The Zero Conditional
  • Present Perfect Continuous
  • Past Perfect Continuous
  • Future Continuous
  • Future Perfect
  • To Be about to
  • Future Verb Tenses Reminder
  • The Passive form in all verb tenses
  • The Passive with two Objects
  • The Passive with Reporting Verbs
  • The Modal verbs for the Past
  • The Third Conditional
  • Adjectives ending in +ed or +ing
  • Ommiting a Relative Clause
  • Defining or Non-defining Relative Clauses

(3) Verb tenses for the Future

  • Intro Lecture
  • FREE DISCOUNT COUPON
  • English Verb tense Structures
  • Past Simple or Past Continuous
  • Used to & Would
  • Past Perfect Simple
  • Past Simple or Past Perfect Simple
  • Future Simple or Be going to or Present Simple
  • Use of Gerund and Infinitive
  • Order of the Adjectives in a sentence
  • The Passive 1
  • The Reported Speech
  • The Reported Speech in questions
  • The First Conditional
  • The Second Conditional
  • The Zero Conditional
  • Present Perfect Continuous
  • Past Perfect Continuous
  • Future Continuous
  • Future Perfect
  • To Be about to
  • Future Verb Tenses Reminder
  • The Passive form in all verb tenses
  • The Passive with two Objects
  • The Passive with Reporting Verbs
  • The Modal verbs for the Past
  • The Third Conditional
  • Adjectives ending in +ed or +ing
  • Ommiting a Relative Clause
  • Defining or Non-defining Relative Clauses

(4) Verb forms & Adjective Order

  • Intro Lecture
  • FREE DISCOUNT COUPON
  • English Verb tense Structures
  • Past Simple or Past Continuous
  • Used to & Would
  • Past Perfect Simple
  • Past Simple or Past Perfect Simple
  • Future Simple or Be going to or Present Simple
  • Use of Gerund and Infinitive
  • Order of the Adjectives in a sentence
  • The Passive 1
  • The Reported Speech
  • The Reported Speech in questions
  • The First Conditional
  • The Second Conditional
  • The Zero Conditional
  • Present Perfect Continuous
  • Past Perfect Continuous
  • Future Continuous
  • Future Perfect
  • To Be about to
  • Future Verb Tenses Reminder
  • The Passive form in all verb tenses
  • The Passive with two Objects
  • The Passive with Reporting Verbs
  • The Modal verbs for the Past
  • The Third Conditional
  • Adjectives ending in +ed or +ing
  • Ommiting a Relative Clause
  • Defining or Non-defining Relative Clauses

(5) Complex grammar structures

  • Intro Lecture
  • FREE DISCOUNT COUPON
  • English Verb tense Structures
  • Past Simple or Past Continuous
  • Used to & Would
  • Past Perfect Simple
  • Past Simple or Past Perfect Simple
  • Future Simple or Be going to or Present Simple
  • Use of Gerund and Infinitive
  • Order of the Adjectives in a sentence
  • The Passive 1
  • The Reported Speech
  • The Reported Speech in questions
  • The First Conditional
  • The Second Conditional
  • The Zero Conditional
  • Present Perfect Continuous
  • Past Perfect Continuous
  • Future Continuous
  • Future Perfect
  • To Be about to
  • Future Verb Tenses Reminder
  • The Passive form in all verb tenses
  • The Passive with two Objects
  • The Passive with Reporting Verbs
  • The Modal verbs for the Past
  • The Third Conditional
  • Adjectives ending in +ed or +ing
  • Ommiting a Relative Clause
  • Defining or Non-defining Relative Clauses

(6) Conditional Sentences

  • Intro Lecture
  • FREE DISCOUNT COUPON
  • English Verb tense Structures
  • Past Simple or Past Continuous
  • Used to & Would
  • Past Perfect Simple
  • Past Simple or Past Perfect Simple
  • Future Simple or Be going to or Present Simple
  • Use of Gerund and Infinitive
  • Order of the Adjectives in a sentence
  • The Passive 1
  • The Reported Speech
  • The Reported Speech in questions
  • The First Conditional
  • The Second Conditional
  • The Zero Conditional
  • Present Perfect Continuous
  • Past Perfect Continuous
  • Future Continuous
  • Future Perfect
  • To Be about to
  • Future Verb Tenses Reminder
  • The Passive form in all verb tenses
  • The Passive with two Objects
  • The Passive with Reporting Verbs
  • The Modal verbs for the Past
  • The Third Conditional
  • Adjectives ending in +ed or +ing
  • Ommiting a Relative Clause
  • Defining or Non-defining Relative Clauses

(7) Perfect Continuous Verb Tenses

  • Intro Lecture
  • FREE DISCOUNT COUPON
  • English Verb tense Structures
  • Past Simple or Past Continuous
  • Used to & Would
  • Past Perfect Simple
  • Past Simple or Past Perfect Simple
  • Future Simple or Be going to or Present Simple
  • Use of Gerund and Infinitive
  • Order of the Adjectives in a sentence
  • The Passive 1
  • The Reported Speech
  • The Reported Speech in questions
  • The First Conditional
  • The Second Conditional
  • The Zero Conditional
  • Present Perfect Continuous
  • Past Perfect Continuous
  • Future Continuous
  • Future Perfect
  • To Be about to
  • Future Verb Tenses Reminder
  • The Passive form in all verb tenses
  • The Passive with two Objects
  • The Passive with Reporting Verbs
  • The Modal verbs for the Past
  • The Third Conditional
  • Adjectives ending in +ed or +ing
  • Ommiting a Relative Clause
  • Defining or Non-defining Relative Clauses

(8) Verb tenses for the Future

  • Intro Lecture
  • FREE DISCOUNT COUPON
  • English Verb tense Structures
  • Past Simple or Past Continuous
  • Used to & Would
  • Past Perfect Simple
  • Past Simple or Past Perfect Simple
  • Future Simple or Be going to or Present Simple
  • Use of Gerund and Infinitive
  • Order of the Adjectives in a sentence
  • The Passive 1
  • The Reported Speech
  • The Reported Speech in questions
  • The First Conditional
  • The Second Conditional
  • The Zero Conditional
  • Present Perfect Continuous
  • Past Perfect Continuous
  • Future Continuous
  • Future Perfect
  • To Be about to
  • Future Verb Tenses Reminder
  • The Passive form in all verb tenses
  • The Passive with two Objects
  • The Passive with Reporting Verbs
  • The Modal verbs for the Past
  • The Third Conditional
  • Adjectives ending in +ed or +ing
  • Ommiting a Relative Clause
  • Defining or Non-defining Relative Clauses

(9) The Passive

  • Intro Lecture
  • FREE DISCOUNT COUPON
  • English Verb tense Structures
  • Past Simple or Past Continuous
  • Used to & Would
  • Past Perfect Simple
  • Past Simple or Past Perfect Simple
  • Future Simple or Be going to or Present Simple
  • Use of Gerund and Infinitive
  • Order of the Adjectives in a sentence
  • The Passive 1
  • The Reported Speech
  • The Reported Speech in questions
  • The First Conditional
  • The Second Conditional
  • The Zero Conditional
  • Present Perfect Continuous
  • Past Perfect Continuous
  • Future Continuous
  • Future Perfect
  • To Be about to
  • Future Verb Tenses Reminder
  • The Passive form in all verb tenses
  • The Passive with two Objects
  • The Passive with Reporting Verbs
  • The Modal verbs for the Past
  • The Third Conditional
  • Adjectives ending in +ed or +ing
  • Ommiting a Relative Clause
  • Defining or Non-defining Relative Clauses

(10) Some grammar structures

  • Intro Lecture
  • FREE DISCOUNT COUPON
  • English Verb tense Structures
  • Past Simple or Past Continuous
  • Used to & Would
  • Past Perfect Simple
  • Past Simple or Past Perfect Simple
  • Future Simple or Be going to or Present Simple
  • Use of Gerund and Infinitive
  • Order of the Adjectives in a sentence
  • The Passive 1
  • The Reported Speech
  • The Reported Speech in questions
  • The First Conditional
  • The Second Conditional
  • The Zero Conditional
  • Present Perfect Continuous
  • Past Perfect Continuous
  • Future Continuous
  • Future Perfect
  • To Be about to
  • Future Verb Tenses Reminder
  • The Passive form in all verb tenses
  • The Passive with two Objects
  • The Passive with Reporting Verbs
  • The Modal verbs for the Past
  • The Third Conditional
  • Adjectives ending in +ed or +ing
  • Ommiting a Relative Clause
  • Defining or Non-defining Relative Clauses

(11) About Relative Clauses

  • Intro Lecture
  • FREE DISCOUNT COUPON
  • English Verb tense Structures
  • Past Simple or Past Continuous
  • Used to & Would
  • Past Perfect Simple
  • Past Simple or Past Perfect Simple
  • Future Simple or Be going to or Present Simple
  • Use of Gerund and Infinitive
  • Order of the Adjectives in a sentence
  • The Passive 1
  • The Reported Speech
  • The Reported Speech in questions
  • The First Conditional
  • The Second Conditional
  • The Zero Conditional
  • Present Perfect Continuous
  • Past Perfect Continuous
  • Future Continuous
  • Future Perfect
  • To Be about to
  • Future Verb Tenses Reminder
  • The Passive form in all verb tenses
  • The Passive with two Objects
  • The Passive with Reporting Verbs
  • The Modal verbs for the Past
  • The Third Conditional
  • Adjectives ending in +ed or +ing
  • Ommiting a Relative Clause
  • Defining or Non-defining Relative Clauses

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