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Very, pretty, so, really | Intensifiers in English

Practice using the words "very", "pretty", "so" and "really" to describe the extent or amount of something in everyday, casual English.

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Already, Yet, Still | English Grammar Lesson

"Already", "yet" and "still" are words we use to add time references to our sentences, especially when using the present perfect tense.

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Future Verb Tense: “will”, “going to”, “gonna” | English Grammar Lesson

This lesson will help you talk about the future with the verbs "will", "going to" and "gonna".

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Past Perfect Verb Tense in English | English Grammar Lesson

Learn when the past perfect verb tense is used and practice with examples.

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Present Perfect Verb Tense | English Grammar Lesson

Practice talking about the general, non-specific past in English using the present perfect verb tense.

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Simple Past Verb Tense | English Grammar Lesson

Practice using the simple past tense verb in English grammar.

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Articles: “the” in English Grammar | Part 2

Learn about and practice using the definite article "the" in this lesson.

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Articles: “a” “an” in English Grammar | Part 1

Learn about and practice the indefinite articles "a" and "an" with the examples in the lesson.

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Gerunds: -ing action words in English | English Grammar Lesson

Gerunds look like verbs, sound like verbs, smell like verbs, but they're not verbs -- they're nouns! Practice using them in this grammar lesson with video and audio.

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“ago” “since” “for” | Time References in English

It can be confusing to know which word to use to refer to time in English. Practice the uses of "ago" "since" and "for" to refer to time in this lesson.

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