Intermediate Grammar Reference
Check and improve your grammar with our intermediate grammar reference guide. On this page you'll find links to our intermediate grammar summary pages. Each intermediate grammar reference page covers a key grammar point with all the explanations and examples you need to become a grammar champion.
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- The present simple, present continuous and present perfect tenses
- Present perfect continuous
- Multi-word verbs / phrasal verbs / prepositional verbs
- Zero conditional and first conditional
- 'Might', 'may', 'could', 'must' and 'can't'
- Past perfect
- Adjectives and adverbs
- Third conditional
- Linking devices of cause and effect
- Reported speech
- Active voice and passive voice
- Comparative and superlative adjectives
- Past perfect continuous
- Adverb position 1
- The definite article with abstract uncountable nouns
- Ways of talking about the future
- Relative clauses
- Adverb position 2
- Narrative tenses
- Multi-word verbs / Phrasal verbs type 1, 2, 3 and 4
- Future continuous and 'be' + infinitive with future sense
- 'Used to' and 'be/get used to'
- Conditionals review (first, second, third and mixed conditionals)
- Linking devices of contrast
- The future perfect
- Participle clauses (-ing and -ed)
- Intensifiers: 'so', 'such', 'enough' and 'too'
- Verb patterns (infinitives, gerunds and that-clauses)
- Future perfect continuous
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