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Common Nouns / Proper Nouns (Int)

In English, unlike some other languages, there are specific nouns that need to be capitalized based on the type of noun. There are basically two types of nouns in English: Common Nouns and Proper Nouns. This mini course explores the differences between the two and how they should be used in written English.

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Adjective Word Order (Int)

Whether in English conversation or written English, adjectives play an important role in helping us to express additional details about people and things such as a person's height, size, color, etc. Furthermore, it is very common to use more than one adjective to describe someone or something. In such cases, how do you know what adjective comes first, second or third? This mini course answers this question by providing a simple way to memorize the correct adjective word order when using more than one adjective in sentence or in conversation.

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Count and Non Count Nouns (Int)

One aspect of learning English that can be a little tricky for non native speakers is count and non count nouns. Unlike some languages, English has nouns that can be used only in a singular manner while others can be both singular and plural. This mini lesson explores the correct usages of count and non count nouns and provides plenty of practice so that you can be confident in how to use them correctly.

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A, An, Any, Some (Beg)

It is hard to speak a sentence in English without using indefinite articles: A and An. Most English learners are familiar with how to use them. However, what may not be as clear is the proper usage of indefinite pronouns such as Any and Some. This mini lesson examines the differences between indefinite articles and indefinite pronouns  

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Noun endings: /s/ /z/ /iz/ (Beg)

The key to speaking English well is to have good pronunciation. Good pronunciation comes with practice; lots of speaking and listening. One aspect of English that can dramatically improve one's oral fluency is the proper pronunciation of noun endings. This mini course examines the three main noun endings /s/ /z/ /iz/ and explains how to identify which ending to use with various nouns. There is also ample opportunity to practice listening to the noun endings to improve your overall pronunciation.

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Yes/No Questions and (Wh) Questions (Beg)

It has been said that you can't get the right answer, if you don't ask the right question. In this regard, there are two types of questions in English that are very fundamental: Yes/No Questions and Wh Questions. It is virtually impossible to speak English on a daily basis without using either one or the other. This mini course examines these two types of questions and explains when and how to use them properly.  

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Sentence Types (Adv)

Writing good sentences in English is a skill that takes lots of practice and patience. If you want to be an excellent writer in English, you must be familiar with the 4 different sentence types. The 4 different sentence structures are:      1) simple, 2) compound, 3) complex and 4) compound complex. To master English writing composition, you have to understand how they differ and, more importantly, how to use all them correctly in a sentence. This mini course takes an in-depth look at the 4 sentence types and provides simple to understand explanations so that you can become an excellent writer. 

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Relative Pronouns and Adjective Clauses (Adv)

Excellent writers are good at connecting ideas and expressing themselves using different types of sentences. To this end, relative pronouns help us to make and connect different sentence structures in a clear and easy way.  When we use relative pronouns such as (who), (whom), (which) and (that) in sentences, we often end up creating adjective clauses. This mini course examines in specific detail relative pronouns and the various types of adjective clauses so that you can better communicate ideas like a native English speaker.   

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