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Advanced Grammar

Faculty: 
Faculty of Arts
Department: 
English Department
Course Lectures: 
Title Teacher Keywords Date
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #1 Ekrema Shehab overview of verb tenses, parts of speech, present progressive, simple present Mon, 2010-06-07
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #2 Ekrema Shehab past progressive, simple past, stative verbs, trouble some verbs raise rise set lie ...etc Tue, 2010-06-08
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #3 Ekrema Shehab present perfect tense, present perfect progressive tense, using always & forever constantly with present progressive and past progressive Wed, 2010-06-09
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #4 Ekrema Shehab present perfect progressive vs present perfect, present perfect progressive Thu, 2010-06-10
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #5 Ekrema Shehab past perfect, present perfect vs past perfect Thu, 2010-06-10
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #6 Ekrema Shehab past perfect progressive vs present perfect progressive, past perfect progressive Sun, 2010-06-13
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #7 Ekrema Shehab expressing the future in a time clause, will vs be going to Mon, 2010-06-14
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #8 Ekrema Shehab future perfect, future perfect progressive, future progressive Tue, 2010-06-15
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #9 Ekrema Shehab exercises, review of verb tenses Wed, 2010-06-16
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #10 Ekrema Shehab exercises, verb tenses in adverb clauses of time Thu, 2010-06-17
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #11 Ekrema Shehab exercises:error analysis Sun, 2010-06-20
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #12 Ekrema Shehab subject - verb agreement Mon, 2010-06-21
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #13 Ekrema Shehab basic subject verb agreement : exercises Tue, 2010-06-22
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #14 Ekrema Shehab some irregularities, subject -verb agreement :using expressions of quantity Wed, 2010-06-23
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #15 Ekrema Shehab exercises, subject - verb agreement Thu, 2010-06-24
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #16 Ekrema Shehab possesive nouns, regular and irregular plural nouns Sun, 2010-06-27
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #17 Ekrema Shehab count and uncount nouns, using nouns as modifiers Mon, 2010-06-28
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #18 Ekrema Shehab basic article usage Tue, 2010-06-29
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #19 Ekrema Shehab Article usage : excercises, little and alittle, using few and afew Wed, 2010-06-30
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #20 Ekrema Shehab expressions of quantity one . each . every, using of in expressions of quantity Thu, 2010-07-01
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #21 Ekrema Shehab pronouns: personal pronouns Thu, 2010-07-01
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #22 Ekrema Shehab agreement with collective nouns, one and they as impersonal pronouns, reflexive pronouns using you Sun, 2010-07-04
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #23 Ekrema Shehab common expressions with other, forms of other Mon, 2010-07-05
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #24 Ekrema Shehab common expressions with other, forms of other Tue, 2010-07-06
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #25 Ekrema Shehab modal verbs, polite requests with I and You as subjects Wed, 2010-07-07
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #26 Ekrema Shehab Advisability :should . ougt to . had better, Have got to :expressing necessity, Have to, Must, Must and Have to in the negative, The past form of should Thu, 2010-07-08
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #27 Ekrema Shehab Making suggestions : Let's . Why don't . Shall I. we could vs should, Passive Voice Sun, 2010-07-11
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #28 Ekrema Shehab exercises, Forming the Passive, The Passive Tue, 2010-07-13
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #29 Ekrema Shehab Indirect objects as passive subjects, the passive form of modals Tue, 2010-07-13
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #30 Ekrema Shehab stative passive, the passive with get Wed, 2010-07-14
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #31 Ekrema Shehab adjectives, exercises :error analysis, Participial adjectives: ing v. ed Thu, 2010-07-15
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #32 Ekrema Shehab common stative passive verbs and prepositions, excercises, the passive with get Thu, 2010-07-15
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #33 Ekrema Shehab Independent and dependent clauses, noun clauses Sun, 2010-07-18
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #34 Ekrema Shehab noun clauses beginning with :whether / if that, question words followed by infinitives speech reported Mon, 2010-07-19
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #35 Ekrema Shehab excercises, reported speech :wh- questions and yes/no questions Tue, 2010-07-20
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #36 Ekrema Shehab using the subjective in noun clauses using - ever words Wed, 2010-07-21
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #37 Ekrema Shehab adjeective clauses, object relative pronouns, relative pronouns used as an object of preposition, subject relative pronouns Thu, 2010-07-22
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #38 Ekrema Shehab adjective clauses, resrictive and nonrestrictive adjective clauses, using when and where Thu, 2010-07-22
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #39 Ekrema Shehab adjective clauses : using noun and of which using wich to modify a whole sentence reducing adjective clauses to adjective phrases Mon, 2010-07-26
Advanced Grammar, Lecture #40 Ekrema Shehab adjective clauses :exercises, causative verbs : make, get, have Mon, 2010-07-26