You want to speak English fluently and confidently.
You want to be taken seriously in every situation without worrying about your grammar.
You want to write correctly without feeling embarrassed by your mistakes.
You want to pass your English exam or get a better job.
For these, you need a good knowledge of English grammar. In the same way that a house needs a foundation, you need grammar to be able to speak and write confident and elegant English.
And if you want a rock-solid base for your English skills, my Ultimate B1 English Grammar Course is for you.
What to expect from the Ultimate English Grammar Course:
Really understand English grammar
I explain everything simply and clearly. You can watch the video or read the explanation. Grammar isn’t that difficult, and there’s nothing to be afraid of. All my explanations are simple, logically structured, and clear.
Finally feel confident when you speak
Make the grammar automatic with lots of practice so that you can use it correctly and elegantly when you speak and write. Even when you understand something, if you don’t practise enough, you can’t use it automatically. That’s why it’s so important to have lots of exercises.
Learn using science-based techniques
I'll teach you the best ways to remember the grammar using the latest brain science. The kind of practice that we do really works.
Pass your exam
I cover everything you need for the grammar part of any B1 level exam. This will also help you with speaking and writing in exams.
Travel more easily
Enjoy chatting with people you meet when you travel without being frightened of making basic mistakes or feeling embarrassed.
Review absolutely all the grammar from B1 level, even the areas that we don't usually talk about. Most English courses only do a small amount of grammar. But we cover everything deeply and practise it so that it becomes automatic. This course has the extra help with grammar that you need.
How long does the Ultimate B1 English Grammar Course take?
- Each section takes around 1 or 2 hours. There are 17 sections in the B1 course.
- You could spend 1 or 2 hours every day and complete a serious review of all the grammar in 17 days.
- Or you could spend 10 or 15 minutes a day and complete a section each week.
Who is the Ultimate B1 English Grammar Course for?
This course is perfect for:
- Learners who have finished any A2 pre-intermediate level course.
- Learners who want to make sure they have a really good knowledge of basic grammar before they move to upper intermediate level.
- High school and university students who want to pass their school or university exams.
- Learners who are studying for the Cambridge B1 level (PET) exam.
- Professionals who want to feel confident about giving presentations or writing emails in English.
- English teachers who want clear explanations and lots of exercises to use with their classes.
- Anyone who likes a systematic and structured way of learning grammar.
What is B1 level grammar?
This is intermediate level. It includes the past perfect tense, the present perfect continuous, the passive in basic tenses, most conditional sentences and lots more.
Hello! I'm delighted to meet you!
I'm Seonaid (it's pronounced 'show - na'!) and I write everything at Perfect English Grammar. I have a Master's degree from Cambridge University in English and Applied Linguistics and I've been teaching English for nearly twenty years. My website Perfect English Grammar has helped millions of students from over a hundred countries. I've studied French, German, Spanish and Japanese myself, so I know how hard it is! I'm British and I live in London.
StartDownload the section 1 PDFs here
StartLesson 1: Present simple with 'do' for emphasis (1:15)
StartExercise - Present simple with 'do'
StartLesson 2: The present continuous for habits in the present (2:39)
StartExercise - The present continuous for habits in the present
StartLesson 3: The past simple and would with 'wish' (2:13)
StartExercise - The past simple and 'would' with 'wish'
StartLesson 4: The past simple for past habits and states (2:30)
StartExercise - Past simple for past habits and states
StartLesson 5: The past simple for ordering actions (2:22)
StartExercise - Past simple for ordering actions
StartSection 1 review quiz
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