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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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Present Tense

This free overview offers detailed insights into the use of present simple tense (I watch television) and present continuous tense (I am watching television).

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Past Tense

This review covers the past simple tense (I walked to school) and past continuous tense (I was walking to school).

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Present Perfect Tense

A detailed review of the present perfect tense, including the differences between simple and continuous present perfect tenses.

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Past Perfect Tense

In this review, you'll gain an understanding of perfect past tense and the differences between past perfect simple and past perfect continuous tenses.

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Adjectives and Adverbs

These detailed grammar points explore the use of adjectives (words that describe an action) and adverbs (words that give more information about an action) for intermediate English students.

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Word Formation

As an intermediate English student, you can give your vocabulary a brilliant boost by adding prefixes or suffixes to words that you already know. These grammar points show you how to form words, and allow you to practice recognising key prefixes to help you identify types of words, like nouns, verbs, adverbs and adjectives.

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Modals

These grammar points give valuable details on using modals, which are types of verbs that can be used with other verbs to describe permission, obligation or possibility, such as 'may', 'should' or 'can'.

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Conditionals

Conditional tenses are used in sentences which speculate about something happening, for example, 'If it rains, the ground will get wet'. There are three different types of conditional tenses, and in this overview, which includes exercises to help you improve your understanding, you'll learn how to recognise and use all types of conditional tenses.

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Reported speech

When relaying what a person has said to you, you're using reported speech. This review shows you how to recognise and use reported speech.

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Nouns and pronouns

This intermediate review gives thorough detail on the use of nouns (words which are the object or subject of a verb, like 'cat' or 'chair') and pronouns (words which are used in place of nouns to describe participants, such as 'he' and 'I').

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Prepositions

This overview teaches intermediate students how to use prepositions, which are words used to show the place, position or time of nouns or pronouns.
For example, in the sentence 'she sat beside the bed', 'beside' is the preposition.

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Relative clauses

A detailed overview of the uses of the relative pronouns. Learn the differences between these pronouns with this intermediate level grammar lessons with exercises to help you understand.

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In English, relative clauses are used to tell us which thing or person the speaker is referring to so we don’t need to start a new sentence. ‘Whose’, ‘whom’, and ‘where’ are words that precede them. This intermediate level grammar lesson will show you how to use them correctly.

Relative clauses are a tool that tells us which thing or person the speaker is referencing. ‘Who’, ‘that’, and ‘which’ are all words that precede these clauses and are known collectively as relative pronouns.  This page will attempt to elucidate these points for intermediate level students.

This is an English grammar lesson online for intermediate level students. Learn how to use indefinite pronouns such as 'much', 'many', 'little' and 'few', which often take the place of nouns in sentences.

E.g. "Don't you think you have drunk too much?"

This is an overview of the rules for using for, during and while, including exercises for intermediate students. During these examples (or while you're learning) you'll master their use - for every time you need them in the future!

Like much of the English language, the words ‘as’ and ‘like’ prove that it’s the smallest words that are the trickiest to grasp. Knowing exactly when to use ‘as’ and when to use ‘like’ are something English language speakers struggle with continuously. Gaining an intermediate level understanding of ‘like’ and ‘as’ will help you not only speak English effectively, but also write to a good standard.

This lesson is an overview of the rules for the verbs 'used to' and 'be used to' with exercises. It's part of a series on nouns and adverbs and quantifiers. This is an English grammar lesson online for intermediate level students.

This intermediate level English grammar lesson will give students an overview of the rules about countable and uncountable nouns, when and how to use both, and useful exercises to help understand them.

This is an overview of the rules for using each and every with exercises that will help intermediate students to get it right, each and every time. Use this online lesson to learn and practise the use of 'each and every' in English.

This is a general view of direct and reported speech in different tenses as an English grammar lesson online for intermediate level students.

An overview of the conditional tenses and comparison explains what rules you need to follow when using them, with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson in English grammar is designed for intermediate level students.

An overview of the third conditional tense explains what rules you need to follow when using this tense, with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson in English grammar is designed for intermediate level students.

An overview of the second conditional tense explains what rules you need to follow when using this tense, with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson in English grammar is designed for intermediate level students.

An overview of the first conditional tense explains what rules you need to follow when using this tense, with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson in English grammar is designed for intermediate level students.

An overview of the modal verbs should, must and have to which explains what rules you must follow when using these verbs, with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson is designed for intermediate level students.

An overview of the modal verbs can/could and may/might which explains what rules you must follow when using these verbs, with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson is designed for intermediate level students.

For an explanation of modal verbs at an elementary level, please click here.

An overview of the uses of still, yet and already which explains what rules you need to follow when using these adverbs, with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson in English grammar is designed for inetermediate level students.

An overview of the word formation suffixes -full and -less which explains what rules you must follow when using these suffixes, with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson is designed for intermediate level students.

An overview of the adverbs from adjectives which explains what rules you must follow when using these words, with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson is designed for intermediate level students.

An overview of the adjectives word order which explains what rules you need to follow when using adjectives in English with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson in English grammar is designed for intermediate level studens.

 In the elementary lesson of 'Adjectives' we looked at the basic adjective types and the word order of adjectives. In the intermediate lesson we build on these foundations by revising the basics of the the elementary level and studying the use of more advanced adjective word orders with printable exercises.

A comparison between the present perfect vs past perfect tenses in English with a clear explanation of the differences in use between these two tenses, with straightforward explanations and exercises. Online resource for intermediate-level English students. 

 

An overview of the present perfect simple tense explains what rules you need to follow when using this tense, with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson in English grammar is designed for intermediate students.

An overview of the comparative and superlative adjectives which explains what rules you need to follow when using adjectives in English with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson in English grammar is designed for intermediate level students.

In the elementary lesson of 'Comparative and Superlative Adjectives' we looked at the basic structure and spelling rules for comparative and superlative adjectives. In the immediate lesson we build on these foundations by revising the basics of the the elementary level and studying the use of more advanced structures with printable exercises.

An overview of the past perfect simple tense explains what rules you need to follow when using this tense, with examples and exercises to help you learn. this online lesson in English grammar is designed for intermediate level students.

A comparison between the present perfect simple and the present perfect continuous with a clear explanation of the differences between these two tenses with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson in English grammar is designed for intermediate level students.

An overview of the present perfect continuous tense explains what rules you need to follow when using this tense, with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson in English grammar is designed for intermediate students.

A comparison between the present perfect and the past simple with a clear explanation of the differences between these two tenses with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson in English grammar is designed for intermediate level students.

An overview of the present perfect simple tense explains what rules you need to follow when using this tense, with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson in English grammar is designed for intermediate students.

A comparison between the Past Simple and the Past Continuous with a clear explanation of the differences between these two tenses with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson in English grammar is designed for intermediate level students.

An overview of the past continuous tense with a clear explanation and exercises. This online lesson in English grammar is designed for intermediate level students

Learn about the past simple tense and the rules you need to follow when using this tense, with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson in English grammar is designed for intermediate level students.

A comparison between the present simple and the present continuous with a clear explanation of the differences in use between these two tenses with a look at state verbs and verbs of action, with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson in English grammar is designed for intermediate level students.

An overview of the present continuous tense explains what rules you need to follow when using this tense, with examples and exercises to help you learn. This online lesson in English grammar is designed for intermediate level students.

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