Online ESL

 

Online ESL

Topic outline

  • General

    Mobile ESL
    • Accessing the Content

      Accessing the Content
      To view these modules you will need to access them on the Mobile ESL site. You should not have to log into this site.

      You can also download the course content as a zipped file.

      • Description of this Resource

        Description of this Resource
        This is a course of lessons and practice on the system of English. It is divided into eighty-six sections. Each section covers an area of basic grammar and contains a number of exercises. The exercises are not all the same length. Some exercises have only five questions, but others have up to nine questions. This is because some areas of grammar are more important than others.

        This course tests your knowledge of English grammar and, more importantly, it gives you practice in using your knowledge to make correct and appropriate sentences. When you do the exercises, you will see that grammar is not just a game. Grammar has meaning - if you change some of the grammar in a sentence, you also change its meaning.

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        • Description of Modules

          Description of Modules
          1. The Basic Sentence (Units 1-7)
          2. Questions (Units 8-13)
          3. Verbs (Units 14-41)
          4. The Passive (Units 42-44)
          5. The Noun Phrase (Units 45-60)
          6. Types of Sentences (Units 61-63)
          7. Adjectives and Adverbs (Units 64-67)
          8. Comparison (Units 68-70)
          9. When? (Units 71-73)
          10. Where? (Units 74-79)
          11. How and Why? (Units 80-82)
          12. Connecting Ideas (Units 83-86)
          13. Appendices

          • Acknowledgements

            Acknowledgements
            Sponsors: Canadian Council on Learning, Alberta Science and Research Authority, Canada Foundation for Innovation, Athabasca University, Canadian Virtual University, National Adult Literacy Database
            Author: Dr. James O'Driscoll
            Project Directors: Dr. Rory McGreal, Dr. Mohamed Ally, Steve Schafer

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