Mastering Personal, Object And Reflexive Pronouns In English
Essential English Grammar and Communication Skills for IELTS and Mastering English as a Second Language – Free Course
What you’ll learn
- I will help you Master English so you can Discover the World!
- Start speaking with correct grammar and pronunciation.
- Be more confident with your English skills; A1, A2, A2+ levels with the challenging quizzes/tests or assignments.
- Improve your English listening skills by listening to a native speaker.
- A burning desire to Master English and Discover the World!
- Only if you are ready, and willing, to complete the entire course.
- Be ready to challenge yourself and expand your comfort zone.
- Something to take notes with.
My course helps you to Master English and Discover the World.
Have you ever had a problem where you don’t understand what pronouns or how to use them? Or, what words like “everyone” and “everything is? Nevermind what the differences are… This course was made for you.
You will learn:
Understand personal, objective and reflexive pronouns. As well as their rules and how to add emphasis.
Recognising indefinite pronouns.
Understand the differences between everyone and no one
Using the phrases: each other, something, anything, nothing and everything.
Understand possession and how to use apostrophes.
Using both positive and negative have within a sentence.
With my whiteboard and marker pens, I will teach you how to use them and the important grammar rules that follow, such as what pronouns are:
They replace nouns (name of things and people) in sentences.
Pronouns are different whether they are a subject or object.
We use them when we dont know the name and to avoid repeating the words.
If you want to take your English to Master English and Discover the World, then this course is for you! This course will teach new not just grammar and rules but also mistakes and broaden it in ways to go beyond just the lesson objectives.
Enroll now and lets get started.
Master English, Discover the World.
Author(s): Adrian Nantchev