In this course, “Word Forms and Simple Present Tense,” you will learn about different word forms, like nouns, proper nouns, plural forms and singular forms. You will learn when to use the articles “a” and “an.” You will also learn about the BE verb in English, how to form it and when to use it. Then you will learn how to form other verbs in the simple present, including some spelling rules, and how to make negative forms.
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Principales reseñas sobre WORD FORMS AND SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE
It seems very simple, but very important. I refreshed my grammar skill at basic level.
It was very good and useful I would like to suggest this course for everyone who is starter
A very great course, rich in important information, a person can learn all the details related to grammar in English
The course is detailed and explains part by part, the didactics and the teacher are excellent. For those who don't know where to start, it's a good way, I recommend it to everyone.
Acerca de Programa especializado: Learn English: Beginning Grammar
This specialization is for those who want to study English grammar at the beginning level. Through the three courses in this specialization, you will learn the fundamental features of English grammar such as word forms, verb tenses, and question and answer formation so that you can start your English learning journey on the right path.
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