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We can teach you the basics of English language grammar and vocabulary, so you will be able to read articles online, and communicate with people all over the world with eMail or on the phone. I am a native English speaker because I was born in America. In the USA, I have always taken Honors or AP English, creative writing, and speech classes. I also speak, read, and write the Spanish language fluently - which also helps me to have a better understanding of the English language. I can explain every part of speech perfectly, and even give you examples of how the grammar rules are applied in modern English – and how they're broken. Do not hesitate to ask me when you have questions!

 

Basic English Grammar Lessons:

  1. Parts of Speech
  2. Vocabulary
  3. Nouns
  4. Pronouns
  5. Verbs
  6. Adjectives
  1. Adverbs
  2. Prepositions
  3. Conjunctions
  4. Articles
  5. Tense
  6. Gerunds
  1. Infinitives
  2. Passive Voice
  3. Mood
  4. Interjections
  5. Capitalization
  6. Punctuation

Learning Conversational English

 

English Grammar Sections:

#1 Singular & Plural Nouns
#2 Count vs Non-Count Nouns
#3 Possessive Nouns
#4 Pronouns
#5 Passive Verbs
#6 Action Verbs
#7 Adjectives
#8 Comparative & Superlative Adjectives
#9 Adverbs
#10 Simple Tense
#11 Progressive & Perfect Tense
#12 Perfect Progressive Tense
#13 Irregular Verbs
#14 Gerunds
#15 Infinitives
#16 Vocabulary
#17 Active Voice & Passive Voice

#18 Indicative, Imperative, Subjunctive Mood
#19 Auxiliary Verbs - 'Be' 'Do' 'Have'
#20 Auxiliary Verbs - 'Will/Would' 'Shall/Should'
#21 Auxiliary Verbs - 'Can/Could' 'May/Might/Must'
#22 Prepositions - 'On' 'At' 'In'
#23 Prepositions - 'Of' 'To' 'For'
#24 Prepositions - 'With' 'Over' 'By'
#25 Conjunctions - Coordinating & Correlative
#26 Conjunctions - Subordinating
#27 Conjunctive Adverbs
#28 Articles - Indefinite & Definite
#29 Interjections
#30 Double Negatives
#31 Capitalization
#32 Speech & Conversation
#33 American English vs. British English
#34 Regional Accents & International Dialects

 

Architectural English 1 Lessons:

 

Architectural English 3 Syllabus:

  1. Course Summary & Background
  2. Subjects & Industry Jargon
  3. Architecture & Engineering Jobs
  4. *Construction Documents & Specs
  5. Modern Tools & Industry Technology
  6. Sweets Library & Media Resources
  7. International Building Codes & Laws
  8. *American Résumés & Job Interviews
  9. Office Etiquette & Construction Sites
  10. The American Dream
  11. Architecture of the World
  12. Continued Education (AIA)
  13. *Final Speech & Accreditation

 

Common English Grammar Problems:

  1. Articles (the, a, an)
  2. that / , which
  3. who / whom
  4. for which / for whom
  5. Capitalizaton
  6. Transposing
  7. In 1776, tour
  8. Location, tour
  9. Also, And, But,
  10. that (omission)
  11. formal #s spelled-out / Arch numerals
  12. built from (between) 1000 BC - 2000 AD
  13. "quotation mark" punctuation marks
  14. last comma in a list, etc.
  15. and & combos
  16. incomplete sentences.
  17. consistent lists, a:
  18. M – dash, N - dash, hyphen-ation, (parenthesis), [brackets]
  19. colon: semi-colon;
  20. whole / entire
  21. passive / active (subjects & objects)
  22. build / built
  23. building / buildings

 

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