Table of Contents

1 – Adjectives and Adverbs

2 – Comparatives and Superlatives

3 – Articles

4 – Pronouns

5 – Present Simple

6 – Present Continuous Tense

7 – Present Perfect Tense

8 – Past Simple Tense

9 – Past Tense Irregular Verbs

10 – Future

11 – Modal Form Basics

12 – Prepositions

13 – Conjunctions

Chapter 1 - Adjectives and Adverbs

Adjectives and Adverbs are used to describe nouns and verbs. Adjectives such as blue or pretty describe nouns. Adverbs such as slowly or beautifully describe verbs.

The adjectives which indicate religion or nationality begin with a capital letter, whether they refer to people or objects:

Greg goes to a Catholic church.

Tom is an English pupil.

In most cases, the adjective is put in front of the noun. When two adjectives precede a noun, they can be connected by a comma (,) or by the conjunction “and”. A batch of adjectives, is usually connected by a comma (,) or at the last one by the conjunction “and”.

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