The main auxiliaries: be, have, do Modal auxiliaries: can and could, may and might, will and shall, must, would, ought to and should, need to, and dare to Articles: a/an, the, zero articles Pronouns: subject, object & possessive pronouns Question tags: question tags Conditionals in English: English conditionals Interrogatives: Interrogatives; wh-? words and how? Determiners: ‘identifiers’ and ‘quantifiers’ Phrasal verbs: the complete guide Affixes: prefixes and suffixes Reported speech: reported/indirect speech Punctuation: apostrophes, colons, semi-colons, commas, dashes, full stops, question marks, exclamation marks, and quotation marks Numbers: cardinal, ordinal and Roman numbers ‘Get’: a complete set of rules Get, go + got, gotten: get vs. go & got vs. gotten Copular verbs: copular verbs Cleft sentences: cleft sentences Subjunctive: subjunctive forms Slang, informal and taboo language: English slang and taboo Ellipsis: ellipsis Split infinitive: split infinitive Emphasis with inversion: emphasis with inversion English word order: Gerund order To + infinitive Bare infinitive Spelling differences, British and American English: British and American spelling See: essential English grammar, English confusions Añadir a la cesta 0 Comments Have any doubts? Leave a comment Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.