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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 by using 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 much 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!

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English Vocabulary Lessons & Charts:

American vs. British English Vocabulary Examples

English Vocabulary Test: Nouns

English Vocabulary Test: Verbs

English Vocabulary Test: Adjectives

English Vocabulary Test: Prepositions

English Vocabulary Test: Words

 

 

100 Most Common Words In English Language

Nouns:

time
person
year
way
day
thing
man
world
life
hand
part
child
eye
woman
place
work
week
case
point
government
company
number
group
problem
fact

Podstatná jména:

čas
osoba
rok
cesta
den
věc
muž
svět
život
ruka
část
dítě
oko
žena
místo
práce
týden
bedna
bod
vláda
společnost
číslo
skupina
problém
skutečnost

 

Verbs:

be
have
do
say
get
make
go
know
take
see
come
think
look
want
give
use
find
tell
ask
work
seem
feel
try
leave
call

Slovesa:

být
mít
dělat
říci
dostat
udělat
jít
vědět
vzít
vidět
Přijít
myslet si
dívej se
chtít
dát
použití
nalézt
sdělit
dotázat se
práce
zdát se
cítit
snaž se
zanechat, opustit
volání

 

Adjectives:

good
new
first
last
long
great
little
own
other
old
right
big
high
different
small
large
next
early
young
important
few
public
bad
same
able

Přídavná Jména:

dobrý
Nový
První
poslední
dlouho
skvělý
málo
vlastní
jiný
starý
že jo
velký
vysoký
odlišný
malý
velký
další
brzy
mladý
důležitý
pár
veřejnost
špatný
stejný
schopný

 

Prepositions:

to
of
in
for
on
with
at
by
from
up
about
into
over
after
beneath
under
above

Předložky:

na
z
v
pro
na
s
na
podle
z
nahoru
o
do
přes
po
pod
pod
výše

 

Other Words:

the
and
a
that
I
it
not
he
as
you
this
but
his
they
her
she
or
an
will
my
one
all
would
there
their

Jiná slova:

...
a
A
že

to
ne
on
tak jako
vy
tento
ale
jeho
oni
její
ona
nebo
...
vůle
můj
jeden
Všechno
bych
tam
jejich

 

 

More Vocabulary Lists:

The English Alphabet

American Greetings

Food!

Animals

World Cup Countries

European Countries

Vocabulary: Occupations

Work & Employment Terms

Office Furniture

Stationary & Office Supplies

Meetings & Presentations

Formal Office Language Quiz

Positive Work Ethics Terminology

Job & Interview Terminology

Words Starting With V

Words Starting With W

 

 

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

 

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