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Lesson One – be – present tense

Lesson Two – there

Lesson Three – be – contractions

Lesson Four – subject pronouns

Lesson Five – questions – be – present tense

Lesson Six – subject complements

Lesson Seven – Who / What 

Lesson Eight – prepositions

Lesson Nine – be – past tense 

Lesson Ten – this, that, these, those 

Lesson Eleven – do – present tense


Nouns are words that represent things, people, places, ideas, emotions, and abstract ideas. 

Learn about nouns on this page


Verbs are words that express action or a state of existence. The key to good English is  understanding how verbs are chosen and applied. 

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Adjectives are words that provide information about nouns. Use adjectives to indicate size, color, quality, and number. 

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Adverbs are words that modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. 

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Pronouns are words that refer to or substitute for nouns. It’s essential to learn how to use pronouns properly. 

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Conjunctions join words, phrases, and sentences together. This is the glue that holds your ideas together. 

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Prepositions are small words that show direction, time, location, relationships, and many other things. 

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Interjections are one-word expressions of emotion. They may also take the form of a phrase. 

Learn about interjections on this page


If you need help with your writing, click here. This is kind of an experiment, but it would help my understand better how to work with students if you submit a sample of your writing. 


This vocabulary section is a work in progress. Here students will be able to find basic words in English. Overtime, this page will change to include intermediate and advanced levels of vocabulary. 

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New students  and beginning level students can go to the Basic English page to make sure they are familiar with the basics. 

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