Watch grammar review presentations explaining the rules before trying practice exercises yourself.
Linking words join sentences and ideas together. They make your English much clearer and more fluent. Three good linking expressions are in spite of, despite and although. Watch our presentation to find out more.
What is reported speech in English? It’s when you explain what one person said to someone else. Watch our ESOL presentation on reported speech to find out more.
How do you say something might be possible in English? You say something ‘might’ happen, or something ‘must’ be… learn how to use modal verbs like ‘might, may, could, must and mustn’t’ in our grammar video for ESOL learners.
What do you usually do every day? What do you never do? Watch our learning English video for ESOL learners on using adverbs of frequency like always, never and always.
How do English speakers use ‘a/an’ and ‘the’? Watch our video for ESOL learners on the basic rules when using these words. The vocabulary in this video is about places in town.
How do English speakers use sentences with ‘if’? Our video especially for ESOL learners will help you learn how we use them. The vocabulary here is about free time activities.
We can use comparative and superlative adjectives to describe or compare two or more people or things.
Do you know how to use the past simple? Do you know how to use the past continuous? These two tenses are often used together in a sentence. Watch out presentation and find out how this works.