The in-depth grammar guide is designed to move students from the easiest elements to the more complex.

Level 1

S.V.O.
Determiners
Plurals
The Present Tense
Conjugating Verbs
The Present Continuous
Making Questions with ‘Be’
Making Questions with ‘Do’
Possessives
Basic Prepositions
Conjunctions

Level 2

Prepositions of Time
Reflexive Pronouns (myself, yourself…)
Frequency 1 (always, usually…)
Frequency 2 (every)
Frequency 3 (…a…. vs. …every…)
Verb + to … vs. Verb + …ing
Imperatives
‘Used to’ vs. ‘Used for’
The Past Tense
The Future Tense (simple)
Feeling Sick
Adverbs

Level 3

Ago/Before vs. In…time/after
‘Used to’ vs. ‘Didn’t use to’
‘Too many’ vs. ‘Too much’
The Present Perfect Tense 1
The Present Perfect Tense 2
Basic Modals
Similes
The Past Continuous Tense
Which person?
Comparisons (…is …er than…)
Superlatives (the…est)
The Future Tense: ‘will’ vs. ‘going to’

Level 4

The Present Perfect + already/still/just/yet
Stative vs. Active Verbs
The Present Perfect Continuous Tense
Get + (n.) vs. Get + (adj)
Tag Questions
Phrasal Verbs vs. Prepositional Verbs
Splitting Phrasal Verbs
Wishing Things Were Different (wish + past tense)
Regrets (wish + past perfect tense)
The Passive Voice (Present Tense)
The Passive Voice (Present Continuous Tense)
The Passive Voice (Past Tense)
The Passive Voice (Past Continuous Tense)
The Passive Voice (Future Tense)
The Passive Voice (Future Continuous Tense)
If: The 0 Conditional
If: The 1st Conditional
If: The 2nd Conditional
If: The 3rd Conditional

Level 5

The Past Perfect Tense
The Future Perfect Tense
The Past Perfect Continuous Tense
The Future Perfect Continuous Tense
The Passive Voice (Present Perfect Tense)
The Passive Voice (Past Perfect Tense)
The Passive Voice (Future Perfect Tense)
The Passive Voice (Past Perfect Continuous Tense)
The Passive Voice (Future Perfect Continuous Tense)
Don’t Do That!
Commands and Instructions
Adverbial Clauses
Relative Clauses
Reported Speech
Modals of Advice

Level 6

Embedded Questions
‘Even though’ vs. ‘Despite’
‘People’ vs. ‘Persons’
Should/Could/Would/Must + have
Invitations and Offers
So, Such & Very
Hypotheticals
Wish vs. Hope
Reduced Adverbial Clauses
Fronted Structures
The Zero Article