Yes, grammar can be clear. It isn’t always easy but it must be clear! In fact, it is clear for us and it will be clear for you!
Drop those thick textbooks that offer pages and pages of explanations. What you need is a simple straightforward explanation of a grammar topic.
All you need is:
- Structure: to know how to use it
- Reflexes: to know when to use it
There is no secret science to grammar. Grammar is not a complex mystery of nature that takes generations and generations of scientists to unravel. Where are the Newton’s, Einstein’s and Hawkins’ of grammar? Languages were created by mankind simply communicate. Let’s do just that.
What we do is very straightforward.
- We provide you with clear structure using a simple set of codes:
- “S” = Subject (I, you, he, she, it, we, they)
- “V1” = verb first form (for example “see”, “go”, “play”, “work”)
- “V2” = verb second form (for example “saw”, “went”, “played”, “worked”)
- “V3” = verb third form (for example “seen”, “gone”, “played”, “worked”)
- “Ving” = verb in the “ing” form (for example “seeing”, “going”, “playing”, “working”)
- We provide you with clear explanations and reflexes:
- understand when and why we use it
- practise using it
- create a reflexe using it in specific situations
Check out our first “Easy Grammar” videos with handout presentation material and exercises to be used by both teachers and students:
- All Conditionals
- Modals of Deduction
- Past Simple and Past Continuous
- “be used to” and “get used to”