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Episode #174

How to Finally Improve Grammar in English [The Lesson You Were Never Taught in School!]

00:28:29 minutes long
audio file size: 39.5 mb

How do you feel about grammar?
For some of us, grammar can sometimes be pretty overwhelming. It has been for me, but in my years of using and teaching English, I’ve realized something crucial about it. We can’t build grammar just by learning grammar rules. We have to build ‘Grammar muscles’, and in order to do that, we need to have the right strategy and focus on what matters. That’s always the case, isn’t it?

In this episode, you’re going to learn how to do just that – how to learn and understand grammar so you can become more fluent and confident in English.

Here are more episodes on how to improve grammar:

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▶️ Boost your PRONUNCIATION, GRAMMAR and VOCABULARY with this 10-min daily exercise
▶️ A new way to Learn CONDITIONAL SENTENCES + drills
▶️ How to remember when to use ON, IN and AT correctly | English prepositions of time: Part 1 and Part 2.

My favorite ✍?tools:

? A list of decent resources for learning English Grammar:
Cambridge dictionary
Purdue University
Grammar Girl
Merriam Webster dictionary

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2 Responses

  1. I have to admit I love grammar because I love having my language explained to me. I like to know that there is a system. I love teaching grammar but I know that it causes my students stress so I try to make it enjoyable for them. My aim is to explain that “grammar” is just how we become easier to understand and how to understand others – modelling and then having students practice and explain and correct frequently, but not so frequently that I cause more stress.

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