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Section 1: Present Simple and Present Continuous
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Lesson 1: Stative verbs (2:20)
Exercise - Stative verbs
Lesson 2: Present simple use: for the future (1:06)
Exercise - Present simple use: for the future
Lesson 3: Present continuous use: temporary meaning (0:49)
Exercise - Present continuous use: temporary situations
Lesson 4: Present continuous use: for the future (0:50)
Exercise - Present continuous use: for the future
Lesson 5: Present simple or present continuous? (1:36)
Exercise - Present continuous or present simple 1: future
Exercise - Present continuous or present simple 2: permanent or temporary
Section 1 review quiz
Section 2: 'Will' and 'Going to'
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Lesson 1: ‘Will’ use: offers, requests, refusals, promises (0:40)
Exercise - ‘Will’ use: offers, requests, refusals and promises
Lesson 2: ‘Going to’ use: prediction (0:29)
Exercise - ‘Going to’ use: prediction
Exercise - Will or going to 1 (A2 uses)
Section 2 review quiz
Section 3: Past Simple
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Lesson 1: Past simple form with irregular verbs (5:42)
Exercise - Past simple with irregular verbs positive 1
Exercise - Past simple with irregular verbs positive 2
Exercise - Past simple with irregular verbs positive 3
Exercise - Past simple with irregular verbs positive 4
Section 3 review quiz
Section 4: Present Perfect
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Lesson 1: Present perfect forms with regular verbs (2:38)
Exercise - Present perfect: positive and negative
Exercise - Present perfect: questions
Lesson 2: Past participle spelling changes (1:28)
Exercise - Past participles with spelling changes
Lesson 3: Past participle with irregular verbs (5:31)
Exercise - Irregular past participles 1
Exercise - Irregular past participles 2
Exercise - Irregular past participles 3
Exercise - Irregular past participles 4
Exercise - Irregular past participles 5
Exercise - Irregular past participles 6
Lesson 4: Present perfect for life experience (with 'ever' and 'never') (1:27)
Exercise - Present perfect use: life experience
Exercise - Present perfect use: visiting places
Lesson 5: Present perfect use: been or gone? (0:46)
Exercise - Present perfect use: ‘been’ or ‘gone’?
Lesson 6: Present perfect or past simple? (2:21)
Exercise - Present perfect or past simple 1
Exercise - Present perfect or past simple 2
Section 4 review quiz
Section 5: Verb Patterns
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Lesson 1: Verb patterns with gerunds (verb+ing) (3:27)
Exercise - Gerund as subject
Exercise - No + gerund
Exercise - Verb + gerund
Exercise - Spend time
Lesson 2: Verb patterns with infinitive + 'to' (2:18)
Exercise - Verb + to + infinitive
Exercise - Infinitive of purpose
Exercise - Verb + to + infinitive or gerund?
Section 5 review quiz
Section 6: Nouns
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Lesson 1: A / the / no article for known and unknown (1:43)
Exercise - Known and unknown
Lesson 2: 'A/an' and 'the' for things we have already talked about (1:13)
Exercise - 'A/an' and 'the' for things we have already talked about
Lesson 3: Using no article to talk in general (1:08)
Exercise - No article for talking in general
Lesson 4: Articles with countries (1:14)
Exercise - Articles with countries
Exercise - A / an / the / no article exercise 1
Exercise - A / an / the / no article exercise 2
Section 6 review quiz
Section 7: Determiners
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Lesson 1: Using 'of' with some / any / much / many / more / most / a little / a few (5:20)
Exercise - Some or some of?
Exercise - Any or any of?
Exercise - Most or most of?
Exercise - A little or a little of?
Exercise - A few or a few of?
Exercise - Much or much of?
Exercise - Many or many of?
Lesson 2: Not any, no, none (2:00)
Exercise - Not any / no / none
Lesson 3: Every, each and all (3:44)
Exercise - Every or each?
Exercise - All or all of?
Section 7 quiz review
Section 8: Pronouns
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Lesson 1: Possessives with 'of' (double genitive) (1:22)
Exercise - Double genitive
Lesson 2: One and ones (0:54)
Exercise - One / ones
Lesson 3: Something / somebody / somewhere and anything / anybody / anywhere (2:02)
Exercise - Something or anything?
Exercise - Somebody or anybody?
Exercise - Somewhere or anywhere?
Lesson 4: Everything / everywhere / everybody and nothing / nobody / nowhere (1:01)
Exercise - Nothing or anything?
Exercise - Nobody or anybody?
Exercise - Nowhere or anywhere?
Exercise - Everything or nothing?
Exercise - Everybody or nobody?
Exercise - Everywhere or nowhere?
Section 8 review quiz
Section 9: Prepositions
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Lesson 1: Prepositions of time 1 (until / by) (1:39)
Exercise - By or until
Lesson 2: Prepositions of time 2 (for / since / during / while) (2:37)
Exercise - For or during?
Exercise - During or while?
Exercise - For or since?
Lesson 3: Prepositions after adjectives (4:24)
Exercise - Adjectives and prepositions 1
Exercise - Adjectives and prepositions 2
Lesson 4: Prepositions after verbs (4:53)
Exercise - Verbs and prepositions 1
Exercise - Verbs and prepositions 2
Lesson 5: Prepositions after nouns (4:11)
Exercise - Nouns and prepositions 1
Exercise - Nouns and prepositions 2
Section 9 review quiz
Section 10: Modal Verbs
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Lesson 1: 'Would' for imaginary situations (0:34)
Exercise - Would for imaginary situations
Lesson 2: 'Must' and 'have got to' for obligation (0:53)
Exercise - Must and have (got) to for obligation
Lesson 3: 'Mustn't' and 'don't have to' (0:48)
Exercise - Mustn't and don't have to
Lesson 4: 'Might' for weak possibility (0:30)
Exercise - Might for weak possibility
Lesson 5: 'Shall' for offers and suggestions (0:29)
Exercise - Shall for offers and suggestions
Lesson 6: 'Should' for advice (0:24)
Exercise - Should for advice
Section 10 review quiz
Section 11: Adjectives
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Lesson 1: Adjective structures (0:58)
Exercise - Adjectives with to + infinitive
Lesson 2: Form the comparative (3:07)
Exercise - Form the comparative
Lesson 3: Use the comparative (2:01)
Exercise - Use the comparative
Exercise - Use the comparative with much / a lot / a little / a bit
Exercise - As ...as
Lesson 4: Form the superlative (3:01)
Exercise - Form the superlative
Lesson 5: Use the superlative (2:35)
Exercise - Superlative with or without 'the'
Exercise - Superlative with in or of
Lesson 6: Bored and boring (1:22)
Exercise - Bored and boring
Section 11 review quiz
Section 12: Adverbs
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Lesson 1: Position of adverbs (1:00)
Exercise - Mid position
Lesson 2: Adverbs for sequencing (0:21)
Lesson 3: Adverbs of viewpoint (0:20)
Exercise - Adverbs for sequencing and viewpoint
Lesson 4: Adverbs of certainty (0:39)
Exercise - Adverbs of certainty
Lesson 5: Summary of adverbs word order (2:01)
Exercise - Position of adverbs 1
Exercise - Position of adverbs 2
Section 12 review quiz
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