This section introduces the complete list of English Grammar. Follow each lessons from beginning for self study or to consolidate your English fluency.

What is a superlative adjective

What Is a Superlative Adjective?

What Is a Superlative Adjective? There are two types of adjectives that are used when comparing two or more nouns. These are comparative adjectives and superlative adjectives.   What Is an Adjective? The job of an adjective is to give more information about a noun. A noun is a person, object, animal, or idea. An […]

What is an adjective

What Is an Adjective?

The simplest definition of an adjective is that it is a word that describes or clarifies a noun. Adjectives describe nouns by giving some information about an object’s size, shape, age, color, origin or material. It’s a big table. (size) It’s a round table. (shape) It’s an old table. (age) It’s a brown table. (color) […]

Wh-questions Asking for Information

Wh-questions Asking for Information

What is a Wh-question A Wh-question begins with a question word. This lesson will show you how to use them. Question words are who, what, which, whose, where, when, why and how. We use a Wh-question to ask for information. You can see the different with the lesson Short Questions and Answers. Understand the structure of […]

Present Tenses for the Future small

Present Tenses for the Future

  1. Use Present Continuous for Arrangements Mary Are you going anywhere this weekend? Tom Yes, I‘m going to the amusement park. My family are visiting there. I bought my ticket yesterday.   We use the Present Continuous for what someone has arranged to do in the future. In this example, Tom has arranged to go to the amusement park. […]

yes no question

Yes / No Questions

Yes/no question is also called short question. It is the kind of question that we can answer with yes or no. Are you tired? – Yes, I am. Do you like apple? – No, I don’t. Have you seen my new car? – Yes, I have. Will you come to my house tomorrow? Yes, I […]


Differences between Have and Have got

Are there any differences between “have” and “have got”? Have and Have got both mean the same. But what are the differences between have and have got, and how to use them correctly in various speaking situation? Let’s study the following examples to understand the usages. I have a car. I have got a car. She has a big […]

Benefits of Grammar to improve your English Fluency

Benefits of Grammar to improve your English Fluency

When you start learning English, you will learn some basic grammar right on the first lesson. This is very much necessary for you to understand the structure of English. But sometimes you would ask yourself some strange questions like. Why do I need to learn English Grammar? How can I use English Grammar to learn […]

Understand Regular Verbs in English

Regular Verbs in English

A Regular Verb has its base form doesn’t change when we use it in Past Tense or Past Participle. On the other hand, a verb that change its base form is called Irregular Verb. Most of English verbs are regular verbs. They have four different basic forms. Base form: The normal verb we find in dictionary. […]

Irregular Verbs in English

List of Irregular Verbs in English

Most verbs in English are regular. It means that the base verbs don’t change when we use them in past tense or past participle. Irregular verbs are those change their forms when we use them in past tense or past participle. For example: Regular verb: work – worked – worked Irregular verb: have – had […]

Future Perfect Continuous tense

Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Future Perfect Continuous tense is used to express situations that will last for a specified period of time at a definite moment in the future. We also use this tense to express certainty about the cause of some future situation. Structure of Future Perfect Continuous Tense Positive: Subject + will have been + Verb-ing Negative: Subject […]