This is the perfect course for anybody at beginner and elementary level who wish to improve their English grammar skills. It is not often that one can find a free online English grammar course these days, but here is one such example.
This course is taught by Matt Purland, who is webmaster at the popular resource website EnglishBanana.com, and author of such books as Big Grammar Book and the Talk a Lot Spoken English course series.
This class will last for 8 weeks, with 1 x 60 minute live online class per week. Anybody can join the course and access will be open to everybody to attend classes and watch and download recordings of classes.
The course will start on Monday 7th September. Classes will be held at 8pm CET (Central European Time) every Monday for 8 weeks.
This is a general English grammar course for students who wish to improve their understanding of topics such as:
- Sentence Building
- Use of Articles
- The 5 Most Important Tenses in English
- Word Classes in English
- Telling the Time
- Question Forms
- Regular and Irregular Verbs
We will be using Big Grammar Book 2, by Matt Purland, which is a free download available from:
Course Key Takeaways:
- If a student attends or watches all 8 classes they will receive a personalised certificate of attendance.
Each class is limited to 10 students maximum. Places will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis. Students can join each class via desktop or mobile device, including tablets and phones. In the case of mobile devices, they will need to sign up for a free account with WizIQ and log in before they can join the class.
The outcomes of the course are:
- improve general English grammar skills at Elementary level (CEFR A1-A2)
- improve confidence in using English grammar for both writing and speaking
- gain knowledge of the most important tenses in English, including how and when to use them
- join with others to discover English grammar together with a highly qualified and experienced English teacher
Students will have the possibility to continue learning English grammar in the following course.
Language of instruction: English