In Grammar and Vocabulary you can learn and practise grammar and vocabulary through explanations, activities and games.

You'll find a detailed grammar by well-known author Dave Willis, a quick reference containing 48 common areas of grammar and games to help you practise your vocabulary.

This grammar by well-known author Dave Willis describes the ways that speakers of British English make sentences from sets of words.


There are more ways than you think to talk about the future in English!


We use relative clauses to say more about people and things, to make it clear which one we are talking about. 

This reference section provides brief explanations of 48 of the more common areas of grammar, each with an activity to help you learn.

Quick Grammar: Present Perfect Simple and Present Perfect Continuous

The present perfect simple suggests completion while the continuous suggests something is unfinished.

Quick Grammar: Reported Speech 1

In reported speech the tenses, word-order and pronouns may be different from the original sentence.

In this section you can learn and practice a large number of areas of English vocabulary and have some fun as well.


Can you identify these objects from around the house?


What are these activities called?

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