Learn English Grammar
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Beginner English Grammar

According to A1 CEFR

Elementary English Grammar

According to A2.1 CEFR

Pre-intermediate English Grammar

According to A1 CEFR

Intermediate English Grammar

According to A2.1 CEFR

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Here is an overview of the grammar topics covered in each level of English

Beginner English – A1

English Grammar Topics for Beginner English

  • To be present tense
  • Subject pronouns
  • Object pronouns
  • Possessive adjectives
  • Determiners | this, that, these, those, whose
  • Prepositions of time & place | in, on, at
  • Countable & uncountable nouns
  • Present simple tense
  • Present continuous tense
  • There is & there are
  • Can for ability and permission

Elementary English – A2.1

English Grammar Topics for Elementary English

  • Future simple tense
  • Using adjectives
  • Adverbs of frequency
  • To be past tense
  • Past simple tense
  • Would like
  • Using articles | a, the, none
  • Gerunds and infinitives
  • Quantifiers
  • Prepositions of time & place
  • Sense verbs | look, sound, taste, feel, smell
  • Conjunctions of time | before, after, while
  • Present simple and continuous to describe the future
  • Basic connectors | and, or, but, because
  • Possessive pronouns
  • Going to future tense

Pre-intermediate English – A2.2

English Grammar Topics for Pre-intermediate English

  • Comparative adjectives
  • Superlative adjectives
  • Present tense passive
  • Using adverbs
  • Adverbials of frequency
  • Past continuous tense
  • Present perfect tense
  • Indefinite pronouns | everything, anything, something,
  • Dummy “it” subjects & generic “you”
  • Imperatives
  • Reported speech
  • Modal verbs | have to, can, should, could, would
  • Suggestions | Let’s & how about
  • Future tenses review
  • Zero conditional sentences
  • Relative clauses

Intermediate English – B1.1

English Grammar Topics for Intermediate English

  • To be + adjective + infinitive
  • Past passive voice
  • Past of can
  • First conditional sentences
  • Future continuous tense
  • Reported speech
  • Past perfect tense
  • Past perfect continuous tense
  • Modals of obligation | must, have to, ought to
  • Modals of possibility | may, might, could
  • Review of pronouns
  • Reflexive pronouns
  • Verb collocations with do, have, make
  • Phrasal verbs
  • Conjunctions of reason & result
  • Contrasting conjunctions