This page is for those students of the English language, who are in their early stages of learning. They have learnt the basic concepts of the English grammar but have problems remembering and using those rules. Here, we will write some articles in very simple English because we want also beginners to practice their English and read in English as soon as possible.

At this time, there are three categories of articles: DIALOGUES, ALLEGED NEWS and READING.

We will write short texts in 3 different levels (of English Grammar) and every article will show the level number in its title. Level 1 = L-1; Level 2 = L-2; Level 3 = L-3.

Level 3 is for the students who have finished the whole book Essential Grammar in Use. L-1 is for beginners with very simple English and L-2 is for those who have already learnt more grammar. The details about the grammar at each level are listed below.

The goal of Level 1-3 reading is not so much to learn new vocabulary, but to repeat and use grammatical vocabulary and grammatical structures so that they become natural to the reader, which in turn will enable them to progress and learn new things more easily.

Some of you think that your English is bad and that you will never be good at this language. It is not true. Please read as much as you can and read as often as you can. Gradually, you will improve your vocabulary, and the grammar will not be a problem for you any more.

We wish good luck and a lot of fun learning English to all of you!

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The articles listed on the School Page page will be written in the following three levels:

Level 1 Grammar:

  • Goal:
  • to automate basic sentence order structure of S+V+O and questions;
  • limited vocabulary; (300-400 words)
  • Focus on:
  • the most frequent verbs and basic prepositions;
  • practice of irregular verbs
  • motivate students from the very early stage to use their English for reading, thus creating a strong habit of learning through reading
  • Grammar:
  • simple present, present continuous, simple past, will, going to
  • modals: can, must, should
  • basic infinitive structure + would like to
  • there is/are, some & any
  • possessive, objective pronouns
  • adverbs of frequency: often, always, usually, never, sometimes
  • prepositions: at, in, on – time & place; before, after, during
  • much, many, a lot of / (a) few, (a) little
  • comparative
  • imperatives
  • how long does it take?
  • tag questions, short answers

Level 2 Grammar:

In addition to Level 1:

  • Goal:
  • to strengthen S+V+O, question structures
  • extended vocabulary (600-800 words)
  • Focus on:
  • practice of irregular verbs
  • infinitive structure
  • indirect questions
  • Grammar (In addition to Level 1):
  • past continuous
  • modals: could, would, should, might/may
  • comparative structures, ; … than… ; superlative
  • enough, too, + infinitive
  • verb + indirect object + infinitive (She asked me to sit down.)
  • infinitive of purpose structure;
  • tag questions, short answers
  • relative pronouns: who, which, that
  • reflexive pronouns, any/no/none
  • both/either/neither
  • basic verbs +ing / verbs + to
  • questions, indirect questions
  • basic reported speech
  • Conditionals 1 & 2

Level 3 Grammar:

  • Goal:
  • to expand vocabulary (1200+ words)
  • to read, comprehend and practice English through reading with the intention to prepare the student for understanding the sentences as used in Grammar in Use for Intermediate students
  • Focus on:
  • Indirect speech, Reported speech, Conditionals 1 & 2
  • Present Perfect, Past Perfect
  • Passive progressive
  • Grammar:
  • full scope of Essential Grammar in Use + past perfect