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Verbs

Here you can expand your knowledge of verbs using our advanced and detailed review of English tenses and nomenclature.

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Prepositions

Prepositions express the relation of noun or pronoun to another word or element within the clause. Learn how to master the rules of prepositions with our free lessons.

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Punctuation

Punctuation is one of the building blocks of the English language. A system of signs or symbols given to a reader, it shows how a sentence is constructed and how it ought to be read, and depending upon how it is used, it can change the meaning of a phrase entirely.

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Sentences

Sometimes sentences look tricky, but you'll grasp them quickly

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The differences between British English and American English range from subtle to obvious. Slight adjustments to grammar contrast with wide-ranging differences in vocabulary. This advanced guide to the differences between British and American English contains everything you need to know in order to differentiate between these two forms of English. Test your knowledge with our useful exercises at the end of the article.

Colon, semicolon, hyphen, dash and quotation marks – Rules and exercises for advanced level

Colon, semicolon, hyphen, dash and quotation marks – Rules and exercises for advanced level

If full stops, commas, and apostrophes are the building blocks of the English language, then colons, hyphens and dashes are Read More
Leaving out words after auxiliary verbs – Rules and exercises for advanced level

Leaving out words after auxiliary verbs – Rules and exercises for advanced level

Do you want to understand why we sometimes leave a verb out after an auxiliary verb? Of course you do. Read More
Prepositions ‘in, at, on’ – rules and exercises for advanced level

Prepositions ‘in, at, on’ – rules and exercises for advanced level

Prepositions serve a very useful function in English. This free English grammar lesson that follows will seek to more fully Read More
Inversion – rules and exercises for advanced level

Inversion – rules and exercises for advanced level

Subject-verb inversion is a feature of English common in formal or literary styles where the subject of a sentence follows Read More
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