English Grammar tenses & structures

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Be an expert in the English grammar tenses and structures ( Active & Passive ).

What you’ll learn

  • Learn subject, verb, and how to agree between them.
  • Build complete and perfect sentences in the English language.
  • Learn the different kind of tenses in the English grammar language.
  • How to write English sentences in both active and passive voice.
  • Learn the different cases of ( If clauses ).
  • Modal verbs and how to use them.
  • Lifelong assignments & quizzes with answers.
  • Download separate audio files.


  • Just know the basics and we will take you step by step.

Who this course is for:

  • All levels of English language learners who are interested to take their grammar to the next level.


It is a well-crafted course. It teaches you how to build English grammar sentences which are perfect in both structures and tenses. It takes you step by step to be able to differentiate among subject, verb, and object. It enables you to transform any English sentence from active to passive and vice versa. We provide you with weekly quizzes that come with model answers.

This course is divided into 3 sections: 

  1. Section 1 displays 2 introductory tenses that you should know well.
  • Future timeIt comes in two lectures. There are four assignements with modal answers to measure your understanding.
  • Present simple tenseIt comes in three lectures. They are about forms, uses and advanced notes.

  2.  Section 2 displays another two critical grammatical rules.

  • The subject and verb agreement cases
  • Present perfect simple tense. You learn present perfect simple tense uses, forms and other advanced notes.

  3. Section 3 teaches you 5 important grammatical topics.

  • Past simple tense – You learn past simple tense uses, forms and other advanced notes.
  • Past continuous tense – You learn past continuous tense uses, forms and other advanced notes.
  • Past perfect simple tense – You learn past perfect simple tense uses, forms and other advanced notes.
  • Conditional sentences
  • Modal verbs
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