This is the first in a comprehensive series of grammar courses for fluent English speakers who lack confidence in their understanding of grammar. It lays the foundations for the succeeding courses, but is complete in itself, so there's no requirement to sign up for the whole series.
Please note that this course was not designed for students learning English as a Second Language. If you don't already have a good command of the language, you will struggle to follow the course. Having said that, however, many non-native-speakers who are fluent in English have found this course has helped them increase their understanding of the nuances of English grammar.
The course takes a radical new approach to teaching grammar, literally going back to the roots, overturning much of what students may have been taught as children.
If you've struggled to get to grips with grammar in the past, try learning it with me. I won't just feed you all the standard statements about grammar that you've probably heard before. Instead, I'll challenge them and point out where they show wanting. In this course, I explain grammar from the ground up and, in doing so, blast through the blocks that interfere with understanding.
Because of the way grammar is traditionally taught, it's not surprising that so many people find it too hard to comprehend and retain. This is because the teachings contain many half-truths and misleading 'rules' that just don't make sense. As a result, many people struggle with grammar and just give up, believing it's beyond them. If this resonates with you - if you've tried and failed to understand grammar, then this course will help you. The chances are that the reason you gave up before wasn't because you were too stupid to understand grammar; it was because your brain was clever enough to recognise the inconsistencies, and that was the cause of your confusion and self-doubt.
I've designed this foundation course to be engaging and easily digestible, but this doesn't mean it's going to be an easy ride. We're digging foundations here; they need to be solid and well-constructed - and that means hard work. But don't worry - I'll be easing you in gently.
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