Learn English grammar with Arnel.
ARTICLES - A? An? The? - Arnel's Everyday English
26.06.2019 10 min.
There are only 3 articles in English, but there are so many different rules!
PRESENT SIMPLE and PRESENT CONTINUOUS
15.09.2021 15 min.
In today's lesson, we look at two very special tenses - present simple and present continuous.
06.03.2019 13 min.
The PRESENT PERFECT can be a confusing tense. But don't worry! In today's video we look at this tense step-by-step.
PAST SIMPLE or PRESENT PERFECT?
10.11.2021 14 min.
I teach you how to use the past simple and the present perfect. I know these two tenses can be confusing, so I break the grammar down into 6 easy steps.
PRESENT PERFECT or PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS?
16.10.2020 14 min.
Present perfect: have/has + past participle; present perfect continuous: have/has + been + verb 'ing'
05.04.2021 13 min.
In today's lesson, we are going to look at the PAST PERFECT. This special tense cannot stand alone and always needs another tense to go along with it.
PAST CONTINUOUS or PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS?
25.03.2022 14 min.
The difference between the past continuous and the past perfect continuous. Both of these tenses are very similar, but are used in different ways.
FUTURE SIMPLE & FUTURE CONTINUOUS
15.06.2022 24 min.
We are going to look at this grammar in 14 simple steps. Be sure to leave a comment with your example sentence!
HAVE | HAS | HAD | HAVE HAD | HAS
HAD - What's the difference?
What's the difference between all of these forms of HAVE? Let's take a look at the difference in 3 simple steps.
Let's learn about the PASSIVE VOICE step-by-step! In four easy steps, start using the passive voice confidently!
GERUNDS in 5 simple steps
Today it's all about GERUNDS! Boost your English grammar by learning easy and simple rules!
GERUNDS & INFINITIVES
Today let's compare gerunds and infinitives. Hopefully my lessons answers some of your biggest questions.
ALL CONDITIONALS - English Grammar
In this lesson, I explain how we use the conditionals in English.
BEGINNER ENGLISH (A1/A2) - subject and object pronouns
09.05.2019 8 min.
Subject and Object pronouns are very important. This grammar sounds easy, but these pronouns can easily be confused.
13.12.2021 16 min.
Today let's look at relative pronouns and relative clauses. In this lesson, we'll go through each pronoun (who, which, that, whose, whom)
REFLEXIVE pronouns | EMPHATIC pronouns | RECIPROCAL pronouns
08.02.2022 16 min.
I'm sure you've seen and heard these pronouns before, but let's take a look at the rules so you can start adding them to your conversations.
CAUSATIVE VERBS - HAVE | GET | MAKE | LET
16.06.2021 14 min.
What are causative verbs? Causative verbs CAUSE something to happen.
I HAVE vs. I HAVE GOT vs. I GOT vs. I GOTTA
23.05.2022 11 min.
In this lesson, we are going to look at some grammar which I think is pretty...special. Because there are 3 different ways to say the same thing.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR | 8 things you didn't know about GET
06.06.2019 7 min.
GET is such a vital word in English. Guaranteed, every native English speaker uses 'get' at least ONCE every day!
14.10.2019 8 min.
They are the opposite of DYNAMIC VERBS, but have specific rules. Improve your English grammar and speaking fluency with this lesson!
USED TO| BE USED TO| GET USED TO
10.06.2020 10 min.
These structures may look very similar, but they are used in different ways.
CAN | COULD | BE ABLE TO
27.01.2021 19 min.
Just like other modal verbs, CAN and COULD have specific rules which can often be confusing.
WOULD - English Grammar
03.04.2019 16 min.
WOULD doesn't have one specific definition. You need to learn WHEN to use 'would'.
REPORTED SPEECH | INDIRECT SPEECH | DIRECT SPEECH
26.04.2021 19 min.
In todayís lesson, letís look at REPORTED SPEECH (aka INDIRECT SPEECH) in detail.
IN ON AT?
26.02.2019 11 min.
Take a look at IN ON AT in four simple steps. Position, Location, Time and Transportation.
TO or FOR?
12.08.2021 14 min.
We are going to look at 1) Purpose 2) Function 3) Destination 4) Opinions and Effects.
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