Introducción – curso inglés online gramática avanzada
This course is for people with a minimum of an MCERL level B1/B2.
Do not be afraid of English grammar, our “curso inglés online gramática avanzada” will make English grammar your friend for life.
This thorough course covers all of the important aspects of English grammar and why it is so important for effective communication.
This rewarding and challenging course will show you how English verb tenses are formed and why and when they are used.
The “curso inglés online gramática avanzada” is ideal for anyone who really wants to understand how to use English correctly.
- The “curso inglés online gramática avanzada” is a rigorous, practical course that produces good results.
- The course teaches English grammatical forms in detail.
- The tests demand an understanding of all aspects of English and simulations of official examination tests.
Learning material presentation
Our “curso inglés online gramática avanzada” is written entirely in English. This includes all explanations and instructions.
Prestige CEFRL certification from EBC
After you have passed all the tests, the system allows you to generate a PDF formatted certificate that shows your level and grade.
Grading follows the rules of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL)
- Grammar – a description of the topic.
- Examples – how to use the lesson topic.
- Reading exercise – read a text that has mistakes that must be corrected or where you have to identify key points from the lesson.
- Self-correction – review your answers to the exercises.
- Extra help - a pronunciation tool
28 tests (ejercicios gramática inglés)
The course has 28 progress tests to show you how your level is improving throughout the course.
There are 28 tests during the course.
The tests ask questions about the lessons you have studied so far.
Your grade is available as soon as you finish the test.
We estimate that it will take 90 hours to finish the 24 lessons and 28 tests.
Table of contents for the “curso inglés online gramática avanzada”
|1||Grammar defined||A general description plus a conjugated list of all irregular verbs|
|2||Present simple – 1||Facts, actions, mental states and when to use it|
|3||Test 1||Test about lesson: Present simple 1|
|4||Test 2||Test about lesson: Present simple 1|
|5||Test 3||Test about lesson: Present simple 1|
|6||Present simple – 2||Directions, timetables, scheduled events, headlines, going by saying|
|7||Test 4||Test about lesson: Present simple 2|
|8||Test 5||Test about lesson: Present simple 2|
|9||Test 6||Test about lesson: Present simple 2|
|10||Present continuous – 1||Events in progress, current situations, temporary situations|
|11||Test 7||Test about lesson: Present continuous 1|
|12||Test 8||Test about lesson: Present continuous 1|
|13||Present continuous – 2||Developing situations, arrangements, plans, repeated actions|
|14||Test 9||Test about lesson: Present continuous 2|
|15||Test 10||Test about lesson: Present continuous 2|
|16||Past simple||Completed actions, referring to a precise moment, describing something, reporting actions|
|17||Test 11||Test about lesson: Past simple|
|18||Test 12||Test about lesson: Past simple|
|19||Past continuous||Duration/continuity of an event, repeated events, planned events that did not happen, polite requests|
|20||Test 13||Test about lesson: Past continuous|
|21||Past perfect simple||Past event sequences, recent actions, hypothetical past actions/events|
|22||Test 14||Test about lesson: Past perfect simple|
|23||Test 15||Test about lesson: Past perfect simple|
|24||Present perfect simple – 1||Results of past actions, announcing news, time adverbs|
|25||Test 16||Test about lesson: Present perfect simple 1|
|26||Test 17||Test about lesson: Present perfect simple 1|
|27||Present perfect simple – 2||Multiple events/actions, completed future events, scheduled future events|
|28||Test 18||Test about lesson: Present perfect simple 1|
|29||Test 19||Test about lesson: Present perfect simple 1|
|30||Past perfect continuous||Events that happened before others, finished activities, unfinished activities|
|31||Test 20||Test about lesson: Past perfect continuous|
|32||Present perfect continuous||Activities still in progress, past events that have an effect on the present, the effect of recent events, repeated actions|
|33||Test 21||Test about lesson: Present perfect continuous|
|34||Test 22||Test about lesson: Present perfect continuous|
|35||Future – 1||Plans, arrangements, intentions, predictions|
|36||Test 23||Test about lesson: Future 1|
|37||Future – 2||Promises, offers, scheduled events, future events completed before others, predicted future events|
|38||Test 24||Test about lesson: Future 2|
|39||Future – 3||Future events still in progress, polite enquiries, stating conditions, announcing official statements|
|40||Test 25||Test about lesson: Future 3|
|41||Conditionals – 1||Stating a general rule, speculating about the future, promising, making threats|
|42||Conditionals – 2||Imagining, bargaining, negotiating|
|43||Conditionals – 3||Speculating about the past)|
|44||Test 26||Test about lessons: Conditionals – 1, 2 and 3|
|45||Test 27||Test about lessons: Conditionals – 1, 2 and 3|
|46||Modal verbs||What they are, why they are used, constructing modal sentences, examples|
|47||Will and would||Requests, offers, promises, when to use them|
|48||Can and could||The ability to do something, possibilities, requests, offers, ask for permission, invitations, disbelief, speculating, “can” and “to be able to”, when to use them|
|49||May and might||Possibilities, ask for permission, when to use them|
|50||Must and have to||Personal obligations, third party obligations, when to use them|
|51||Needn’t and mustn’t||Unnecessary actions, stop something from happening, when to use them|
|52||Shall and should||Suggestions, offers, expectations, when to use them|
|53||Ought to||Suggestions, give advice, ask for advice|
|54||Test 28||Test about all modals lessons: will, would, can, could, etc.|
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