Are you an intermediate (CEFR B1) or upper intermediate (CEFR B2) learner of English? This grammar section gives short and clear explanations and there are online exercises to help you.

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Do you know how to use as and like correctly?

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Do you know how to use the word enough?

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Do you know how to contrast things using in spite of, despite and although?

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Do you know how to use just, yet, still and already?

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Do you know how to use the word so?

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Do you know the difference between I used to drive on the left and I am used to driving on the left?

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Do you know how to use wish and if only to talk about things you would like to change?

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Do you know how to use adjectives in phrases like a bit cold, really cold and absolutely freezing?

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Do you know any differences between British and American English?

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Do you know how to use capital letters and apostrophes correctly?

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Do you know how to compare things in English?

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Do you know how to use the zero, first and second conditionals?

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Do you know how to use third and mixed conditionals?

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Do you know when to use the future continuous (e.g. I'll be studying) and future perfect (e.g. I'll have studied)?

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Do you know how to talk about future plans using will, going to and the present continuous?

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Do you know how to talk about permission and obligation using can, can't, must, mustn't and have to?

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Do you know how to use must, might, may, could and can't to show how certain you are about something?

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Do you know how to show how certain you are about past events?

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Do you know how to use verbs like pick up, turn down and look after?

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Do you know how to start a clause with a present participle (e.g. seeing) or past participle (e.g. seen)?

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Do you know how to use the passive voice?

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Do you know how to use could, was able to and managed to to talk about past abilities and possibilities?

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Do you know how to talk about past habits using used to, would and the past simple?

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Do you know how to use phrases like she had left, he hadn't studied and we had been waiting?

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Do you know how to use phrases like will definitely, probably won't and might to say how certain you are about future events?

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Do you know how to use phrases like I've worked, he's eaten and have you ever been?

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Do you know the difference between saying I've read that book and I've been reading that book?

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Do you know how to use question tags like isn't he and don't you?

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Do you know how to use reflexive pronouns?

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Do you know how to use defining relative clauses?

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Do you know how to use non-defining relative clauses?

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Do you know how to report a question that somebody else asked?

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Do you know how to report what somebody else said?

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Do you know how to report what somebody else said with modal verbs, or orders, requests and advice?

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Do you know how to use stative verbs like know, believe, like, hear and sound?

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Do you know how to use the prepositions for, from, in, of, on, to and with after verbs?

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Do you know the difference between The bus stopped to pick up the children and The bus stopped picking up the children?

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Do you know the difference between journey and travel, recipe and receipt, and sensible and sensitive?