Intermediate English Grammar Course (TOEFL and IELTS)

Does English Grammar seem to be a total chaos?
Would you like to improve you English grammar skills but you have enough of the boring learning?
Or are you preparing for TOEFL or IELTS exams?
Look at this!
Everybody hates learning grammar. English grammar is like a super-villain, most of the English language learners are horrified from it and thinks about it as an unnecessary bad.
Not to mention the fact that during TOEFL or IELTS exams english grammar is exceedingly important, even if it is not evaluated directly.
I have created this course specially for those who
  • has just started to learn the most important and hottest English grammar parts (which are  certainly involved in TOEFL and IELTS exams)
  • has already learnt English but got totally lost in the labyrinth of the English grammar rules
  • would like to get an English grammar refresher 
  • preparing for TOEFL or IELTS exams
Either you want to learn these English grammar forms from scratch or you would like to refresh the existing knowledge in your head, this course will help!
The video lectures contain topics such as:
  • Causative
  • Conditionals (If clauses)
  • Modal auxiliary verbs (present/past)
  • Passive voice
  • Question tag
  • Reported speech
… with more fundamental topics which are 100% sure to occur in everyday communication or in TOEFL or IELTS exams.
You will get practice activities for each lectures that you will be able to check, so you can learn from your own mistakes, too.
At the end of the course you are going to have the “aha” experience. You will be happy and satisfied because you are not going to have any problems with the hottest topics of the English Grammar again.You will be able to get higher scores in the TOEFL or IELTS exams.
After this course you will feel like you have been stung by a mutant spider: world becomes ultimately simple and you will be able to reply all the questions as if your reflexes would have speeded up by 100x. You don’t need to mull about the perfect usage of ‘would’ or ‘would have’ in the 3rd conditional:  the correct answer is right there in your mind.
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