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English Grammar Video 29-2 Tag Questions

This is part 2 of Tag Questions English grammar video lesson by Jennifer. In part 1 video, we have already looked at the two common uses of tag questions: to comment and to confirm. And I hope you will recall from other lessons that there is other structure that allows us to do the same thing. Do you remember negative questions? Negative questions are also used to comment and confirm. So for example when we say “Teaching is rewarding, isn’t it?”  We could also say “Isn’t teaching rewarding? ” And when we say “You are a teacher, arn’t you?” an
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English Grammar Lesson 29-1 Tag Questions

Hi there, the time is learning English grammar. I am sharing below another video lesson from Jennifer ESL video series. In this English grammar lesson, we are going to learn “Tag Questions“. Please watch below video part 1 to learn more about tag questions. What are tag questions? When you tag something on, you add it on. So a tag question is a question added on to a larger statement. We use tag questions generally for two reasons. First reason is to comment and second is to confim. You can see more details about tag questions on above video lesson.
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Learning Grammar Lesson 28-2 Embedded Questions

Learning English Grammar Video Lesson 28-2: Embedded Questions Topic: Embedded questions. In Part 2, we look beyond the use of embedded questions as subjects and direct objects. We study embedded questions as indirect objects and complements. LEVEL: High intermediate to advanced. (Captions will help students at lower levels. Also you may want to explore how you learn English grammar automatically, watch Effortless English Rule 5: Point Of View (Effortless Grammar)Video for automatic grammar learning.


English Grammar Lesson 28-1 Embedded Questions

Learn English Grammar Video Lesson 28-1: Embedded Questions (with captions) Topic: Introduction to embedded questions.  In Part 1, I limit the discussion to embedded questions as subjects and direct objects. LEVEL: High intermediate to advanced. (Captions will help students at lower levels.) Also you may want to explore how you learn English grammar autimatically, watch Effortless English Rule 5: Point Of View (Effortless Grammar)Video for automatic grammar learning.


English Grammar Lesson 27 Gerund and Infinitives

Learn English Grammar Video Lesson 27: Gerund and Infinitives (with captions) 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. Also you may want to explore how you learn English grammar autimatically, watch Effortless English Rule 5: Point Of View (Effortless Grammar)Video for automatic grammar learning.