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Courses for registered users

  • A course is a collection of step-by-step grammar and vocabulary lessons.
  • Each lesson contains explanations and examples.
  • After each lesson there are questions to test how much you have learned.

Courses are free for registered users. There are four learning levels:

A1 – beginner, elementary
A2 – pre-intermediate
B1 – intermediate
B2 – upper-intermediate

New courses

A2 level: Grammar / Conditional sentences (6 lessons)

A2 level: Grammar / Quantity (7 lessons)

B1 level: Listening / News reports (4 lessons)

B2 level: Vocabulary / Food idioms (7 lessons)

A2 level: Grammar / Prepositions of place (3 lessons)

All courses

You can take a course on:

  • specific grammar, tenses, etc.
  • vocabulary
  • listening.

New courses

A2 level: Grammar / Conditional sentences (6 lessons)

A2 level: Grammar / Quantity (7 lessons)

B1 level: Listening / News reports (4 lessons)

B2 level: Vocabulary / Food idioms (7 lessons)

A2 level: Grammar / Prepositions of place (3 lessons)

All courses

  • Courses are not only exercises – they also contain easy-to-understand explanations and examples.
  • Your progress and results are automatically saved for you, so you can come back any time and continue from where you finished.
  • Courses have a user group and forum for all your questions.

New courses

A2 level: Grammar / Conditional sentences (6 lessons)

A2 level: Grammar / Quantity (7 lessons)

B1 level: Listening / News reports (4 lessons)

B2 level: Vocabulary / Food idioms (7 lessons)

A2 level: Grammar / Prepositions of place (3 lessons)

All courses

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Latest posts

Idiom: to take something with a pinch of salt

Idiom: to take something with a pinch of salt

take something with a pinch of salt to not automatically believe something, not immediately assume that someone is telling the truth You should take what she says with a pinch of salt – she’s always e... »

How to tell if a word is countable or uncountable

How to tell if a word is countable or uncountable

This is one of my students. And he has a typical grammar problem: “Help – I don’t know if this word is countable or uncountable!” Actually, it’s not just one of my students – m... »

New exercises

Much, many exercise: uncountable vs. countable nouns

Much, many exercise: uncountable vs. countable nouns

Uncountable vs. countable ‘Business English’ nouns: exercise This exercise tests your ability to recognise nouns as either countable or uncountable by using much or many with the... »

Upper-intermediate grammar exercise: have something done

Upper-intermediate grammar exercise: have something done

Have something done: exercise English grammar practice exercise, upper-intermediate level.  This exercise gives you practice using the structure have something done. Exercise instructions: L... »

Upper-intermediate grammar exercise: supposed to

Upper-intermediate grammar exercise: supposed to

Supposed to: exercise English grammar practice exercise, upper-intermediate level.  This exercise gives you practice using supposed to. Instructions: – Use supposed to + the verb given in br... »