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Students learning English as a second language can benefit from our free grammar lessons, which offer clear explanations of common English grammar rules alongside exercises designed to reinforce the rules the student has learned.
Depending on your experience level, we have three different categories of free lessons: elementary, intermediate and advanced.
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For those who have just started out on their English-speaking adventure, here you’ll find a number of basic free grammar lessons to help you establish a base in the language.
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Step up a level with our free intermediate English grammar lessons, including tenses, adverbs and adjectives and nouns and pronouns.
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Ready to take on the more demanding grammar rules of the English language?
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You’ll find fundamental grammar points, suitable for all levels, here.

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Kids Stuff

Teach your children the rudiments of the alphabet with our children’s lessons.

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Idioms and vocabulary

A collection of English idioms and vocabulary.

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Pulling your leg

Pulling your leg

I AM PULLING YOUR LEG! is an English phrase which means "I'm joking with you"! It is impossible to translate Read More

The Letter 'A'

Print out and colour in the first letter of the English alphabet, the letter 'A' with our free materials for Read More
First conditional - Rules and exercises for intermediate level

First conditional - Rules and exercises for intermediate level

An overview of the first conditional tense explains what rules you need to follow when using this tense, with examples Read More
Question tags - Rules and exercises for advanced level

Question tags - Rules and exercises for advanced level

You already know how to use question tags, don’t you? Master the advanced use of these handy grammatical structures with Read More
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