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The fundamentals of English grammar

“Can you have got an answer to this question?” Probably not… and there is a reason for that. It is grammatical nonsense. And while this is more recurrent than it might seem, mastering a clean grammar is key to many aspects of your personal and professional life. In this course, we will focus first on modals: the very confusing list of small words to express ability, possibility, permission, and obligation like can, could, may, shall, must, have to, etc. Then we will go through the difficult subject of questions in English, before heading to the tricky pronouns. Want to know most… or more? Find out here!


You will be able to :

  • Know where and when to use can, could, or be able to
  • Express possibility and probability correctly with may, might, shall, or should
  • Be unbeatable on obligation modals: must and have to
  • Chapters:

    • Modals of Ability
    • Modals of Necessity and Obligation
    • Modals of Probability and Possibility

    You will be able to :

  • Understand the difference between an open-ended question and a closed-ended question
  • Crack the unfamiliar logic of question tags… won’t you?
  • Chapters:

    • Asking Closed Questions
    • Asking Open Questions
    • Responding to Questions

    You will be able to :

  • Understand what a pronoun is and what it can do
  • Be unbeatable on comparative and superlative pronouns
  • Know where and when to use more or most
  • Chapters:

    • Pronouns
    • Comparatives
    • Superlatives

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