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6-06-2017, 02:51

Free Download Udemy English Grammar for visual learners Countability

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Udemy English Grammar for visual learners Countability

Udemy English Grammar for visual learners Countability|756.79 MB


This course is a visual help to memorize the usage of
much, many,
little, a little, few, a few,
a lot of, lots of, plenty of,
some and any
It also explains how to use countable and uncountable nouns in the plural, helps you to prepare for an English Language Exam, like TOEFL, Cambridge, IELTS…etc

Certainly, it’s useful even if you only want to refresh your grammar in an amusing quick way.

You can learn this topic in a few hours but you’ll remember it for the rest of your life.

This course is built on three pillars:
videos,
e-book and the
workbook
There are 10 videos, the Intro, 8 lessons and The Recap.

The e book is a very important part of this course, so don’t forget to read the relevant chapter after each lesson.

And finally you can check what you’ve learnt with lots of interesting exercises in your workbook.

You can find your downloadable Progress Sheet to keep tracking your personal improvement with visual elements.

Are you ready? Let’s get started

See you with the first episode!

Who is the target audience?
Visual learners who need help to memorize and understand English grammar
Any students who like learning with memorizable situations, graphics and explanations.
Any students going into an English exam who have doubts about countability.
Any Pre – Intermediate to Advanced learners of English who wish to re-fresh their learning or fill in the gaps in their knowledge of countability in English grammar.
This is NOT a basic English course. Beginner students please avoid.
This course is not for native speakers of English
URL:https://www.udemy.com/english-grammar-for-visual-learners-countability/

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