Making Negative Sentences with Different Tenses in English

Essential English Grammar and Communication Skills for IELTS and Mastering English as a Second Language

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What you’ll learn

  • I will help you Master English so you can Discover the World!.
  • Start speaking with correct grammar and pronunciation, not just as a student or learner but as an Explorer..
  • Improve your English listening skills by listening to a native speaker..
  • Help you think in English..
  • Learn from common mistakes..

Course Content

  • Forming Negatives –> 12 lectures • 31min.

Making Negative Sentences with Different Tenses in English

Requirements

  • A burning desire to Master English and Discover the World!.
  • Ready to not just be a student or a learner – but an Explorer!.
  • Only if you are ready, and willing, to complete the entire course..
  • Be ready to challenge yourself and expand your comfort zone..
  • Something to take notes with..

My lessons help you to Master English and Discover the World.

 

With me you are not just another student. Not just another learner. You are an Explorer – ready to explore and master English 1 word at a time.

 

For every 1 new word you master, you can make 7 more sentences in English.

 

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Have you ever had a problem where you don’t know how to make negative sentences? Or, how do you abbreviate words like “can” or “has been”? Or, how do you know when to use “has”, “have” or “hasn’t”?

 

Then, this course was made for you! Enroll now if you want to take your English to the next level and to join the team of Explorers!

 

You will learn:

  • Learn how to make negatives sentences in different tenses.
  • How modal verbs work with positive and negative statements.

 

With my whiteboard and marker pens, I will teach you how to Master them and other important grammar rules too, such as:

  • Past Simple with “be”
    • She was at school yesterday.
    • She was not at school yesterday.

     

    • Past simple with other verbs.
    • We made a snowman yesterday.
    • We did not make a snowman yesterday.

     

    • Past Continuous
    • It was snowing this morning.
    • It was not snowing this morning.

 

We will explore English together as I show you mistakes and broaden the topics to go beyond just the lesson objectives.

 

Enroll now, if you want to Master English!

Enroll now, if want to Discover the World!

Enroll now, if you are ready to be more than a student or learner, but an Explorer!

 

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Adrian

Master English, Discover the World.

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