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Learning the basics of the English language
Start learning English with the list of basic English lessons by clicking on this link. The list is for people that have little or no experience of the English language. The list can also be used by those that might want to refresh their knowledge on some of the English basics. The lessons are in no particular order, so pick you can choose which lesson you would like to start learning from the list available after clicking on the link.
Learning English level 1 basicLearning English – basic English lessons learn English on-line
Learning English level 1 has over seventy lessons to choose from. You can start learning this level by clicking on the link above or by clicking on the menu at the top and clicking all lessons. Basic English level one it is for people with little or have no experience of the English language or want to refresh their English. The first lesson is for learning the English alphabet and second one you will learn about numbers. The rest of the basic English level 1 lessons, you will be able to start learning some basic English words, how to greet people, jobs, food computers and much more. If you don’t see a lesson of your choice you can request a lesson by leaving a comment in the contact us in the menu.
Learning English level 2 basic
The next level is learning basic English level 2 which you will find is slightly more difficult than basic English level 1. There are a wide range of topics such as money, greetings, seasons and the months of the year are covered in depth for you to start learning at an Easy Pace Learning. Remember if you find that you are struggling with any lesson or have a question, post a message on the Easy Pace Learning forum, we will always try and help you and answer all your questions as soon as possible.
Learning English level 3 basic
Learning English level 3 is quite a hard level, but if you have completed the English lessons in level 1 and level 2 already, you might not not notice a big difference. Sometimes if you don’t understand something about the English lesson you are currently doing try repeating the lesson again, and if you are still unsure please post a question on the forum and we will help you.
Learning English level 3 learning grammar
This level you will be learning all about English grammar, we recommend that you do each lesson one after another. Whilst you are reading and studying each lesson, try to think about the explanation that is given. Do not worry too much or get obsessed about English grammar as it is only a small part of the English language, above all it is important that you enjoy learning the English language.
English vocabulary exercises
There are currently 3 levels of exercises for you to choose from. We have basic level, level 1 and level 2 exercises. There are many topics that have been covered with each having several exercises for each topic. This part of the website is the latest addition so we are currently adding exercises to the website on a daily basis.
learning basic EnglishWhat if I am struggling learning English?
When trying to learn the English language you will sometimes come into difficulties, please don’t worry as we help you as much as we can. Below is a list of questions you that might help you.
You don’t have the lesson that I want to learn about, what can I do?
Easy Pace Learning try and make as many different lessons to help make learning English as easy as possible for you to learn English, of you don’t see a English lesson we will make one for you (see next Question).
Can I request a lesson?
Yes, if there is a subject or lesson you want to learn and you can’t see the English lesson listed then ether using the contact us form or use the forum to request the lesson of your choice. We promise that we will add the lesson to the list, usually within one week. Remember Easy Pace Learning is a free on-line website built to people learning the English language.
How Easy Pace Learning will always try and help you improve learning English
If you are struggling learning English or have a question or a problem with a lesson, then try posting a question on the Easy Pace Learning forum you will not only be helping yourself, but others as well as others might be having the same problem as you. The can use the forum to ask any questions you may have about any of the lessons, it doesn’t matter if the questions is not related to a lesson as long as it is about learning English, we will answer all post as fast we can.
learning basic English and having fun
Sometimes it is easier to post a question on Facebook as we all use it! to post a question on Facebook click on the link Easy Pace Learning Facebook. Then come and say hello and post as many questions as you like, just make sure you like the page as well and tell your friends.
Having fun whilst learning English
Whist you are learning English, it is important that you enjoy learning. A great way to learn English is to listening to music it will help you learn different words and are fun to listen to. Please don’t think that you have to remember all the words that you hear, use music to get used to hearing new words and also learning some.
What is Easy Pace Learning chat and will it help me learning English?
Easy Pace Learning chat feature is like Facebook, but without all the adverts or people asking you to play games. It is also a great way to practice your English that you have learnt. Sign up and get as many friends to join today and practice your English skills.
The E& G Language Center in Davao
Advanced academic concentration through man to man class classified into different parts (4 hours a day)
Specialization of speaking class which improves confidence when talking to English speakers
Forms an atmosphere for the students to concentrate on academics through Spartan management
Philippines’ best natural environment allows people to relax while studying.
E & G Courses
All classes are divided into different
courses according to the students’ length
of study term (8, 12, 16, 24 weeks). Each
course is divided into 5 levels and one can
take 4 hours of man-to-man class and
4 hours of group (1:4) class among these
choices: Survival English, Pronunciation,
Pop, Business English, Vocabulary &Idioms,
Pattern English, CNN, Movie, Essential
Grammar, and Topic discussion. A total of
8 hours is offered as regular study time.
Grammar. Just say the word and shivers of aversion travel down the spines of all within hearing distance. Nouns and verbs? Adjectives and adverbs? Is it really necessary to be aware of all these things in order to write a paragraph? Will the reader not be able to work around the tiniest little typo? No. Or, rather, they shouldn’t have to. The reader’s job is to absorb the information: it’s the writer’s job to do the rest of the work.
Why do we bother with grammar? Why not just communicate with words? Because you can’t have one without the other. Letters are put together to make words, words are put together to make sentences, and grammar is the glue that holds it all together. If you don’t use the glue properly – or if you use the wrong glue – all it’ll falls well then a parts. Obviously, grammar is entirely necessary, or else you’d be able to understand the last part of that sentence. While most writers are not likely to write anything as catastrophic as that, it’s clear that attention to grammar isimportant. (It’s okay, though: you don’t have to like the grammar.)
Double negatives occur when two forms of negation are present in the same clause. They are acceptable in many standard and non-standard dialects and foreign languages. When this occurs, the second negation intensifies the negativity of the sentence as a whole. In Standard English, however, double negatives in a single clause cancel each other out and transform the meaning into a positive.
Consider the following example,
Double Negative: I don’t want nothing.
Translation: I want something.
The best way to correct a double negative is to replace the second form of negation with the word any. Consider the following:
Double Negative: I can’t get no satisfaction.
Correction: I can’t get any satisfaction.
The best way to avoid the usage of double negatives is to consider the message of the reader is to absorb from the clause.