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

Future Perfect Tense

Future Perfect Tense is an easy tense to understand. We use it to talk about the past in the future or about something that will be over in the future. In the above example picture, Harry is thinking of a future time (14.00 this afternoon). At 14.00, he will be able to say “My flight […]

Future Continuous Tense

How to make the Future Continuous Tense? Let’s study the structure of Future Continuous Tense. Positive: Subject + will be + Verb-ing. Negative: Subject + will not be + Verb-ing. Question: Will + Subject + be + Verb-ing? For negative sentences in the future continuous tense, we insert not between will and be. For question sentences, we […]

Will and Be going to

Introduction to Will and Be going to What are the difference between Will and Be going to for the future meaning? First we will study the following conversation. Emma: It’s my birthday soon. I‘ll be eighteen next Sunday. Joan: Oh, really? Are you going to have a party? Emma: I‘m going to have a meal […]

Simple Future Tense

Expressing the Simple Future Tense in English is particularly various because there are many ways to talk about future. The main auxiliary verb of Future Tense is will. However, we can use Present Simple or Present Continuous to talk about Future. How to make the Simple Future Tense? The structure of the Tense is: Positive: Subject […]

Present Perfect Simple or Continuous

Mike has been repairing the car. The car cannot run now. We use the Present Perfect Continuous for an action happening over a period of time. We are thinking of Mike doing the repair and the car cannot run now. Mike has repaired the car. He is showing the repairing cost to the owner. We […]

Past Perfect

He had studied English before he moved to London. The past perfect tense is quite an easy tense to understand and to use. This tense talks about the “past in the past”. How do we make the Past Perfect Tense? Positive: Subject + had + Past Participle. Negative: Subject + had not + Past Participle. […]

Present Perfect Continuous

Present Perfect Continuous

We have been waiting here for twenty minutes 1. Introduction to Present Perfect Continuous We use the Present Perfect Continuous for an action (waiting). The action happens over a period of time (for twenty minutes). Here the period lasts up to the present – They are still waiting now. 2. Structure of Present Perfect Continuous […]

Present Perfect Tense

It has rained for 2 hours. The present perfect tense is a rather important tense in English, but it gives speakers of some languages a difficult time. That is because it uses concepts or ideas that do not exist in those languages. In fact, the structure of the present perfect tense is very simple. The […]

Making Questions in English

Making questions is the most important thing in English speaking. As you know, most of the conversations start with a question. Here are some tips to learn the art of question making. Basic rule of making questions The basic  rule for asking questions in English is to invert the order of  the subject and the […]

Past Continuous or Past Simple?

Well, when we were driving home last night, we saw a strange object in the sky. 1. Introduction This lesson will help you to understand the difference between Past Continuous and Past Simple. Both the past simple and the past continuous refer to completed actions in the past. 2. Past Continuous or Past Simple? A reporter is interviewing […]