About the Course
A well – researched training program to understand and appreciate the nuances of English grammar. A learner may be familiar with English but find it difficult to make complete sentences while speaking - if you are one who understands when others speak, by and large respond in one or few words, then the intermediate level is appropriate for you.
Topics Covered1) Introducing all kinds of nouns along with simple present tense
2) Introduction of some conjunctions and possessive adjectives with present continuous tense.
3) Introducing relative pronouns (Who which where whose) along with present prefect tense,
4) Introduction of simple Present tense.
5) Passive voice for Present continuous tense.
6) Passive voice for present perfect continuous tense.
7) Usage of Articles.
8) Demonstrative pronouns.
9) Coordinating conjunctions.
10) Possessive nouns including apostrophe and s
11) Past continuous tense.
12) Present prefect continuous tense.
13) Past Prefect tense.
14) Simple future
15) Future perfect continuous tense.
16) Passive voice for simple past tense.
17) Passive voice for Past continuous tense.
18) Passive voice for past perfect tense.
19) Introducing all the modal verbs.
20) Passive voice for all the sentences which go with modal verbs.
21) Introducing the first two “if clause” or the “conditional clause”
22) The Next two conditional clause.
23) Subordinating conjunctions (complex sentence)
24) Introducing that clause.
25) Correlative Conjunctions.
26) Object of pronoun/reflexive pronoun/possessive adjectives.
27) Introducing adjectives and adverbs.
28) Compound relative pronoun. (Whoever/whichever/whenever)
29) Question tags.
30) Prepositions and prepositional phrases.
31) All the indefinite pronouns.
32) The third and fourth conditional clause.
33) Comparison of adjectives.
34) Introduction of modal verbs.
35) Introducing interrogative pronoun.
36) Subject verb agreement.
37) Mastering quantifiers.
38) Using would have could have should have.
39) Using would +have + adj could have + adj should + have +adj.
40) Passive voice for would +have+ past participle should + have +past participle could + have + past participle
Who should attendIf you are one who understands when others speak, by and large respond in one or few words, then the intermediate level is appropriate for you.
Pre-requisitesBasic of English
What you need to bringNotebook and pen. Passport Size Photograph for registration
Key TakeawaysThe Knowledge