Upper-intermediate Grammar Reference
Check and improve your grammar with our upper-intermediate grammar reference guide. On this page you'll find links to our upper-intermediate grammar summary pages. Each upper-intermediate grammar reference page covers a key grammar point with all the explanations and examples you need to become an upper-intermediate grammar champion.
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- The third conditional
- Reported speech
- 'If' and 'whether'
- 5 ways to use 'would'
- 'Let' and 'allow'
- Active and passive forms
- Mixed conditionals, second conditionals and third conditionals
- Zero article
- Definite and indefinite articles
- Definite, indefinite and zero articles
- Continuous passive voice forms
- The future perfect (will + have + past participle)
- 'Need' + verb-ing
- 'Have something done'
- Verb forms that follow 'wish'
- Participle clauses
- Ways of saying 'if'
- Passive reporting structures
- The subjunctive
- 'When' and 'if'
- Multi-word verbs / Phrasal verbs type 1, 2, 3, and 4
- Future forms ('will', present continuous, 'be going to', future continuous, future perfect, present simple, 'be + to + infinitive'
- Modal verbs: 'might', 'may', 'could', 'must', 'can't'
- Narrative tenses: past simple, past continuous, past perfect
- Multi-word verbs / Phrasal verbs type 1, 2, 3 and 4
- Conditionals review
- 'Used to'
- Linking words of contrast
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