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- Total Time 1 hr, 49 min
- Lessons 14
- Attachments 12
- Exercises 59
14 Lessons in This Course
5 minFREEESL lesson 1Free3 CQ
Learn how to make positive and negative statements in the past using the verb “to be.” This lesson will help you discuss your background in proper English.
5 minESL lesson 23 CQ
In this conversational English lesson, practice forming past-tense questions using the verb “to be” by asking a person about his or her background.
7 minESL lesson 34 CQ
Learn how to talk about your past using the past tense. Practice forming statements using “to be” and various regular and irregular English verbs.
7 minESL lesson 44 CQ
Build English conversational skills by using the phrase “used to.” Learn how to form statements with “used to” to describe your childhood or past.
5 minESL lesson 53 CQ
Build English conversational skills with the phrase “used to.” Learn how to form questions with “used to” to ask someone about his or her past.
9 minESL lesson 65 CQ
Learn how to ask and answer indirect questions in English. In this lesson, practice using indirect questions by discussing a city or new destination.
5 minESL lesson 73 CQ
Learn how to describe problems in English using count and noncount nouns combined with phrases like “too many,” “too much,” “less,” “fewer,” “enough,” and more.
9 minESL lesson 85 CQ
Continue building English conversational skills by learning English expressions of quantity, applying them to express opinions about transportation services.
8 minESL lesson 95 CQ
Practice using adjectives and nouns to express comparisons in English. In this lesson, apply these skills in discussing houses and apartments.
10 minESL lesson 106 CQ
Build your English language skills with this lesson on adjectives and nouns. You will learn how to express your opinions about houses and apartments.
8 minESL lesson 115 CQ
Expressing wishes is a big part of communicating with friends. Learn how to combine the verb “to wish” with a past-tense verb to express wishes and desires.
11 minESL lesson 126 CQ
Practice asking questions in the present perfect and describing your past experiences by responding in both the present perfect and simple past.
5 minESL lesson 133 CQ
In this lesson from Joe Saenz, practice describing recipes in English using sequence adverbs like “first,” “then,” “next,” “after that,” and “finally.”
9 minESL lesson 145 CQ
The future tense is what we use to discuss plans and hopes. In this lesson, learn how to use “going to” and “will” to convert a statement to the future tense.
5 minFREEESL lessonFree3 CQ
If you want to have a conversation in English, you need to know how to introduce yourself. Learn how to use the verb “to be” to tell someone your name.
4 minESL lesson3 CQ
Want to say something belongs to you in English? Learn how to use possessive pronouns! In this lesson, you’ll practice using possessives in spoken English.
7 minESL lesson4 CQ
Are you learning English as a second language? Learn how to to ask questions with the verb “to be,” and how to conjugate the verb and use contractions.
12126 min12-part ESL course68 CQ
Strong spellers are not born that way—it takes patience! In this Rules of English spelling course, How to Spell explains the logic behind confusing spelling conventions.
23153 min23-part ESL course88 CQ
Are you looking for a way to learn or review basic English grammar? In this course, Your English Web introduces the structure of English, from forming the present tense to using correct word order.
1293 min12-part ESL course54 CQ
English is the lingua franca of the business world, but misunderstandings are common. This course covers basic guidelines of business English, and offers tips for dealing with communication barriers.
30180 min30-part ESL course103 CQ
Are you proficient in English but finding certain expressions and grammar difficult to master? Using simple everyday examples, this course explains topics that ESL students often find tricky.
1098 min10-part ESL course56 CQ
This ESL course from experienced English teacher Kat addresses some of the most common errors made by people learning English, even advanced students. Learn to speak English like a native speaker!