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This is an actual video of our IELTS grammar class at our IELTS coaching centre in Edappally, Cochin, Kerala, India. The video you see below is the first video of the free 11-day grammar course, which commenced on the 8th of March, 2021. Subsequent videos have been updated here accordingly. As each video would be around two hours long, it is advised that you first plan your day and then get engaged in this activity. In total, you get around 30 hours of grammar classes and discussions. Anyone who intends to learn and master English grammar “must” go through this course. All this is absolutely free!

However, please bear in mind that the instructor might use a bilingual mode of instruction – Malayalam and English.

The first 11 days would cover the basics of grammar – Parts of speech.

The last 10 days would cover advanced grammar, where you learn to build a range of complex sentences. Something that is imperative to secure a higher band score in IELTS.

So, welcome, good luck, and please, please make notes for yourselves. Please bear in mind that this is not a movie, where you would sit back, relax and binge-watch. Instead, listen actively and make notes. Consider this as your one chance to redeem yourself, and turn into an accurate and appropriate user of English.

Grammar Day 1

Subject, Verb, Object, Nouns, Definite and Indefinite Articles, and Adjectives

The video below discusses topics from parts of speech used in the English Language. As such it would cover topics like Subject, Verb, Object, Nouns, Definite and indefinite Articles, and Adjectives.

Grammar Day 2

Personal Pronouns, Verbs – Present Tense (introduction)

Grammar Day 3

Continuation of Present Tense, Understanding of Habitual, In-Progress and Emphatic Tense. Introduction to Past Tense.

Grammar Day 4

Continuation of Past Tense, Present Perfect Tense

Grammar Day 5

Continuation of Past Perfect Tense, Future Tense, Summary of all Tenses

Grammar Day 6

Continuation of Future Tense, Auxiliary Verbs, Passive Voice

Grammar Day 7

Adverbs, Plurals, Punctuation

Grammar Day 8

Finite verbs, Infinitives and Gerunds, That and Which

Grammar Day 9

Relative, Reflexive, Possessive Pronouns; Possession

Grammar Day 10

Prepositions

Grammar Day 11

Comparatives, Superlatives, Conjunction, Negation, Contrast

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