You will learn the how to create and the differences in use between most verb tenses such as Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Continuous, between Past Perfect Simple and Past Perfect Continuous, or between all the different verb tenses we can use for the future, like Future Simple, Be going to, Present Continuous, Present Simple, Future Continuous, Future Perfect or to be about to.
You will know the differences and when to use an adjective ending in + ed or + ing, as well as how to create a Passive form in any verb tense, the Passive with Reporting verbs, or the Passive with two objects.
In the last section you will learn one of the most difficult grammar lessons, that is when we can omit a Relative clause or when we can´t, and the differences between a Defining and a Non-defining Relative Clause and their implications.
Have a deep knowledge of advanced English grammar.
Perfect your listening skills through practicing different accents.
Increase your understanding of more complex readings.
Improve your speaking to have fluent conversations.
Expand your vocabulary range.
Be well prepared for your English exams.
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Oxford Dictionaries. (2011). Oxford Advanced American Dictionary for learners of English. Oxford University Press.
Williams, P. (2018). Advanced Writing Skills For Students of English. English Lessons Brighton.