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English Grammar – Passive Causative

Posted in TOEFL Videos & TOEFL ibt Videos on July 23rd, 2012 by TOEFL ibt – 24 Comments


www.engvid.com Learn more about the passive voice, and how to use “have” and “get” when talking about actions that were performed for you or to you, in this advanced grammar lesson. To see if you’ve understood the lesson fully, take the free quiz at www.engvid.com

Lesson 5b – SEEM – English Grammar

Posted in TOEFL Videos & TOEFL ibt Videos on July 8th, 2012 by TOEFL ibt – Be the first to comment


Topic: SEEM (v.) This is part two of our lesson on SEEM. We now look at more advanced uses of this verb. Level: high intermediate to advanced.

Basic English Grammar – THIS, THAT, THESE, THOSE

Posted in TOEFL Videos & TOEFL ibt Videos on April 29th, 2012 by TOEFL ibt – 20 Comments


www.engvid.com This or that or these or those? Not sure which word to use at times? I explain the difference in an easy way, so you can improve your English immediately after watching this free grammar lesson. You can take a quiz to test yourself at www.engvid.com

Singular or Plural? Subject-Verb Agreement in English Grammar

Posted in TOEFL Videos & TOEFL ibt Videos on March 10th, 2012 by TOEFL ibt – 21 Comments


www.engvid.com Sometimes, it’s hard to know if the verb in a sentence should be singular or plural. Learn more about such tricky cases in this short grammar lesson and take the quiz at http .

Gerunds and Infinitives – Lesson 27 – English Grammar (WITH CAPTIONS)

Posted in TOEFL Videos & TOEFL ibt Videos on November 1st, 2010 by TOEFL ibt – 20 Comments


This version HAS CAPTIONS (subtitles). For the version with NO CAPTIONS, use link below: www.youtube.com TOPIC: A brief review of what gerunds and infinitives are, followed by a study of gerunds and infinitives as direct objects (the object of a verb). Special attention is given to the verbs TRY, STOP, FORGET, and REMEMBER and how their meanings change depending on whether they are followed by a gerund or an infinitive. LEVELS: High intermediate to advanced. STUDENTS: Please try the additional quiz I’ve created on EnglishCafe.com. The complete lesson includes a text summary. www.englishcafe.com TEACHERS: Related teaching ideas are posted on my WordPress blog. See below. For TRY and STOP: englishwithjennifer.wordpress.com For FORGET and REMEMBER: englishwithjennifer.wordpress.com For TRY, STOP, FORGET, and REMEMBER: englishwithjennifer.wordpress.com

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