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6 Minute Grammar

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Learn English grammar in six minutes. Every Tuesday join two of our presenters and learn a new key area of grammar. Our presenters include Finn, Emma, Rob, Neil, Sophie & Alice.
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access_time5 days ago
When is a verb followed by a gerund - and when is it followed by an infinitive?
access_time12 days ago
Emma, Finn and Rob talk about the future.
access_time19 days ago
Rob and Emma explore 'the', 'a' and 'an'.
access_time25 days ago
Rob, Emma and Finn to help you understand these two past verb forms using a Titanic tale
access_time1 month ago
Finn brings you past simple explanations and examples, while Sophie eats biscuits
access_time1 month ago
Finn brings you past simple explanations and examples, while Sophie eats biscuits
access_time1 month ago
Finn and Alice discuss how we talk about obligations in English using 'have to' and must'
access_time2 months ago
Finn, Sophie and Neil discuss all things relating to the topic of adverbs of frequency.
access_time2 months ago
Sophie and Finn explain different meanings of the word 'like'
access_time2 months ago
Do you know how to make and use the present simple and present continuous?
access_time2 months ago
Yes/no and Wh-questions
access_time2 months ago
Learn how and when to use the future perfect continuous
access_time3 months ago
Like doing, tell someone to do… Finn and Catherine explore verb patterns
access_time3 months ago
Intensifiers are words like so, such, too and enough. Learn how to use these words
access_time3 months ago
Callum and Catherine look at clauses which begin with present or past participles
access_time3 months ago
The future perfect tense helps us to make predictions about the future and educated guesses about the present. Find out more with Finn and Callum in this episode
access_time4 months ago
Despite, although, while, whereas learn some linking devices of contrast with Finn and Catherine
access_time4 months ago
Even if you do know all about conditionals, why not check out our review, just to make sure!
access_time4 months ago
Catherine and Callum explain the difference between 'used to' and 'be used to'
access_time4 months ago
Callum and Catherine have a couple of ways of talking about the future
access_time5 months ago
Callum and Catherine discuss four different types of phrasal verb
access_time5 months ago
Catherine saw a monkey in a tree on her way to work today. Hear more about this story and find out how to use narrative tenses
access_time5 months ago
We look at groups of adverbs and how we use them with adjectives and other adverbs
access_time5 months ago
Callum and Catherine explore the topic of relative clauses. You'll learn about defining and non-defining relative clauses and the relative pronouns we use with them
access_time5 months ago
Catherine and Callum, who work at BBC Learning English, discuss relative clauses
access_time6 months ago
Finn and Catherine use 'will', 'going to', 'might' and 'be likely to', to talk about the future
access_time6 months ago
Join Callum, Catherine and Finn as they talk through this topic
access_time6 months ago
Callum and Catherine talk about the three positions where adverbs usually go when used with verbs. They explain where to put adverbs when used with modals, questions and negatives
access_time6 months ago
Do you want to talk about past events that happened before other past events? The past perfect continuous can help. Find out more with Neil and Catherine
access_time6 months ago
Learn about comparatives and superlatives - and find out why Catherine had a terrible journey to work this morning
access_time7 months ago
Finn wants to talk about English grammar – but Catherine keeps hitting him! Find out why and learn about the active and passive voices
access_time7 months ago
Let's take a look at the grammar of reported speech. Find out what to do with pronouns, tenses and word order when you report what someone else says
access_time7 months ago
Due to, owing to, consequently Learn lots of useful phrases for talking about cause and effect
access_time7 months ago
Neil and Catherine teach you how to use the third conditional to talk about things in the past that we didn't do
access_time8 months ago
Finn and Catherine eat biscuits while they discuss adjectives and adverbs
access_time8 months ago
Join Catherine, Rob and Harry for lots of explanations and examples of the past perfect tense in action. Will you get all the quiz questions correct?
access_time8 months ago
Do you know what to say when you're making a guess about a past or present situation? Join Finn and Catherine as they discuss modals in this episode of 6 Minute Grammar
access_time8 months ago
Neil and Catherine take a look at the zero and first conditionals. Learn how to make them and when to use them
access_time9 months ago
To separate or not to separate? Finn and Catherine look into phrasal and prepositional verbs in 6 Minute Grammar. Listen to the examples and see if you can pick up the rules
access_time9 months ago
Finn and Catherine take a look at 'both', 'every', 'all', 'each', 'either' and 'neither'
access_time9 months ago
Finn's got paint all over his clothes and Catherine's tired. Find out what they've been doing and learn about the present perfect continuous tense
access_time9 months ago
Finn and Catherine take a look at the present simple, present continuous and present perfect tenses. Find out which one to use when, listen out for lots of examples
access_time9 months ago
Neil and Catherine take a look at the meaning and use of some key words and phrases that English speakers use to talk about ability in the present and the past
access_time10 months ago
Callum and Catherine discuss food likes and dislikes along with 'used to', 'be used to' and 'get used to'
access_time10 months ago
Finn & Catherine use will, going to, might and be likely to, to talk about the future
access_time10 months ago
We look at how you can turn statements into questions.
access_time10 months ago
Have you ever eaten insects? Catherine and Neil talk about unusual food and give you 3 rules to help you choose between the present perfect and past simple tenses
access_time11 months ago
Is it ever ok to say 'I'm loving your work'? If you're still unsure about the difference between state verbs and action verbs, listen on
access_time11 months ago
Rob and Catherine explain how to form the second conditional, how to use it and say it
access_time11 months ago
'If it rains, I will take my umbrella' is an example of a first conditional sentence. We mainly use first conditionals to talk about possible future situations, and their results
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