English Grammar Lessons with JenniferESL

By | September 16, 2013
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Let’s Learn English Grammar with JenniferESL (englishwithjennifer.com) :

Lesson 1: Preferences

Lesson 2a: Factual (Real) Conditionals in the Present

Lesson 2b: Factual (Real) Conditionals in the Future

Lesson 2c: UNLESS

Lesson 2d: Unreal Conditionals in the Present

Lesson 2e : Unreal Conditionals in the Past (lesson 2e)

Lesson 2f : Unreal Conditionals in the Past (lesson 2f)

Lesson 3 (Parts A, B, C): Prepositions of Location and Direction

Part 3APart 3BPart 3C

Lesson 4 (in three parts): The Passive Voice

Part 4APart 4BPart 4C

Lesson 5 (Parts A and B): SEEM


Lesson 6a: Present Perfect – Form and Uses

Lesson 6b: Present Perfect v. Simple Past

Lesson 6c: Present Perfect – Forming the Negative and Questions

Lesson 6d: Present Perfect with Time Expressions & Present Perfect Progressive

Lesson 6e: Present Perfect & Other Verb Tenses – Compare and Contrast

Lesson 7: Reported Speech – Introduction

Lesson 8: Reported Speech – Changing Reference Words

Lesson 9: Reported Speech – Changing Verbs (Subject-Verb Agreement)

Lesson 10: Reported Speech – Changing Verb Tenses

Lesson 11: Reported Speech with Modals

Lesson 12: Reported Speech with Conditionals

Lesson 13: Reported Speech – Forming Yes/No Questions

Lesson 14: Reported Speech – Forming Wh- Questions

Lesson 15: Reported Speech – Using Infinitives to Form Questions

Lesson 16: Reported Speech – Imperatives and Reporting Verbs

Lesson 17: Phrasal Verbs – Introduction

Lesson 18: Phrasal Verbs – Structure

Lesson 19: Phrasal Verbs – Pronunciation

Lesson 20: Phrasal Verbs & Compound Words

Lesson 21: Double Comparatives

Lesson 22 (Parts 1 and 2): Articles – Introduction

Part 1Part 2

Lesson 23: Articles – Generic Nouns

Lesson 24 (Parts 1 and 2): Articles – Places & Geographical Names

Part 1Part 2

Lesson 25 (Parts 1 and 2): Articles – Languages, Countries & Nationalities

Part 1Part 2

Lesson 26: Modal Verbs to Express Past Possibilities

Lesson 27: Gerunds and Infinitives (As direct objects, with a focus on the verbs TRY, STOP, FORGET, and REMEMBER)

Lesson 28 (Parts 1 and 2): Embedded Questions

Part 1Part 2

Lesson 29 (Parts 1 and 2): Tag Questions

Part 1Part 2

Lesson 30 – English Grammar (with captions)