Course content:

English Sentence Making
Noun and its types
Articles (a, an, the)
be + occupation
be + personality
be + adjectives
Questions using be forms
At – In
Prepositions + place
How to use ‘at’
be + noun
Family & Blood Relationships
It – This
Be + time
Be + weather
Be + age
Be + day/month/year
Be + measurement
Be + nationality
Be + being + adjective
How to use ’worth’
-ed and -ing endling adjectives
Feel, Look, Seem + adjective
Degrees of comparison
There is / There are
There will be / There won’t be
Have / Has / Had + noun
Have + activity
Have got / Has got
Have been / Has been / Had been + adjective
Be + clothing
How to use ‘apostrophe’ symbol
Useful contractions
How to make longer sentences
Adjective + to + verb
Common mistakes in spoken English
Verbs – forms, types, list with meanings
Spelling rules
Participle verb
He is gone / he has gone.
The shop is open / opened.
I am done / I am finished.
Confusing verbs in English
Be supposed to
Be able to
Be about to
Be likely to
Be due to
Meant to / meant for
Be + to + verb
Tense – types and meanings
5 Basic Sentence structures
Simple Present tense
100 Sentences (Do, Does, Don’t, Doesn’t)
100 Questions (Do, Does, Don’t, Doesn’t)
Present Continuous tense
100 Sentences (Is, Am, Are)
Stative verbs
Short and useful responses
Present Perfect tense
Present Perfect Continuous
Since – For
Simple Past tense
I did it OR I have done it
Past Continuous tense
100 Sentences (Did, Didn’t)
When – While
Simple Future tense
Future Continuous tense
Future Perfect tense
Master all tenses
Past Perfect tense
I was doing OR I had been doing
Been to / Gone to / Went to
Emphatic sentences
How to ask for instructions / directions
Subject question / object question
Promises / Plans / Polite Questions
Transitive and Intransitive verbs
Though – Although
Either – or
Neither – nor
Negative Responses
No choice but to + base verb
Nothing but ……..
Not only …….. but also
Not only did / does / is
While – When – Whereas
During – While
in spite of – although
Despite – in spite of
Cos / Because / Because of
as soon as
Till / Until
Unless – if
Whether ….. or
How to express doubts?
Whoever, however, whenever, wherever, whatever, whichever
No matter what / which / how / where
Simple present tense in the future
Verb – Noun confusions
Compound nouns
Adjective – Noun confusions
Verb – Adjective – Noun confusions
Modal verbs
Can OR Could
May – Might
I would like / like to
Will OR Would
Should have / could have / would have 
Should have been / could have been / would have been
if + would have
Summary of all modal verbs
if conditional sentences
Used to + verb
Used to + V1 / Would + V1
Be used to
11 uses of WOULD
Active voice and Passive voice
Active voice of modal verbs
To be
7 uses of ‘Get’
Getting + past participle verb
Get something done
Have something done
Get someone to do something
Have someone do something
Make someone do something
Let someone do something
Help someone do something
Get to + V1
Adverbs of manner
Adverbs to describe adjectives
Adverbs of frequency
Adverbs of definite frequency
Adverbs of certainty
In, out, on, off, up, down
in the front / at the front / in the back / at the back
Inside – Outside
upstairs / downstairs
Near / nearby / near to
Here, there, far, everywhere, somewhere, etc
above / below / under
Abroad / Foreign / Overseas
over there / over here
Adverbs of time
Still – Yet – Just
Little – Less / a little – a few / few – a few – fewer / much – more
So much / Too much / Very much
Very – Too
4 uses of JUST
Even / even if / even so / even though
also – too – as well
Partly / rarely / hardly / simply / largely
Pretty good / Pretty well / Pretty much
Quite good / Quite small / Quite interesting
Rather than
Would rather
30 words with 2 uses
How to use ‘AT’
How to use ‘ON’
How to use ‘IN’
How to use ‘BY’
Across / beyond / between / beside / besides / through / under / etc,
Grammar rules
Direct and Indirect Speech
Phrasal verbs