Basic and Intermediate English Grammar E-Books: Lesson Lists

Do you want to learn English grammar easily? You can download two grammar e-books, including 50+ lessons and audio, for just $1 dollar.

If you love my clear and practical lessons, you’ll enjoy my grammar e-books! These e-books will teach you basic and intermediate English grammar in an easy-to-understand way. They are great for learning, practice, and review 🙂

Here is the list of lessons inside each e-book:

Basic English Grammar E-Book Lessons

  • Present Simple: To Be
  • There is / There are
  • Possessives
  • Articles: A, An, The
  • This, That, These, Those
  • Present Simple
  • Can / Can’t / Have to / Don’t Have to
  • Prepositions: In, At, On
  • Past Simple: To Be
  • Past Simple: Regular Verbs
  • Past Simple: Irregular Verbs
  • Present Continuous
  • Present Simple or Continuous?
  • Countable and Uncountable
  • Future with Going To
  • Comparative Adjectives
  • Superlative Adjectives
  • Adverbs
  • Present Perfect: Verb be
  • Present Perfect: Other Verbs
  • Present Perfect or Past Simple?

Intermediate English Grammar E-Book Lessons

  • Present Continuous For Future Use
  • Will or Going To?
  • Linking Words: Reasons and Results
  • Linking Words: Adding, Organizing, Summarizing
  • Linking Words: Contrasting Ideas
  • Tips for Learning Irregular Verbs
  • Simple Past and Past Continuous
  • Present Perfect + Ever / Never
  • Present Perfect + Yet / Already / Just
  • Present Perfect + For / Since
  • Present Perfect Simple / Continuous
  • Comparative Adjectives: Not as ______ as
  • Comparative Adjectives: Quantifiers
  • Comparative or Superlative?
  • So / Neither / Too
  • Verbs + Infinitive or –ING
  • Permission, Obligation, Prohibition
  • Prepositions of Time
  • Prepositions of Place
  • Prepositions of Movement
  • Relative Clauses
  • Word Order: Asking Questions
  • Direct and Indirect Questions
  • Two Forms of “Used to”
  • Too and Enough
  • Some / Any / No
  • Subject-Verb Agreement
  • First Conditional
  • Second Conditional
  • Should / Could / Would
  • Past Perfect
  • Present Perfect or Past Perfect?
  • Passive Voice: Present / Past
  • Reported Speech: Statements
  • Reported Speech: Requests, Orders, Questions

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