Good Grammar Day to you!
We continue our learning.
As always, I want to speak to you directly to help you understand and reach your English learning goals. Now I have to set the record straight.
First, I’d like to apologize that there is not much regular schedule in our interaction.
This post is made to inform my subscribers and followers about the further work ahead. And again, as I usually say, don’t worry: there’s no reason to panic just because of the more strict and adequate schedule.
Okay, let’s go!
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday are the days for the intermediate and upper-intermediate students. If you think that you’re a beginner or an elementary student, and you can be free during the following days, this is not correct.
According to my personal experience which I dare sharing on this blog, the day that you decide to check out the studying materials for an upper-level student, you’ll gain not only the needed knowledge but also the assurance that you can do it!
Tuesday and Thursday are also the days for the English learning stuff, though we’ll add some more fun and malapropisms to our classes with Mike Franklin and his invaluable help. These two days I’ll answer the dullest and the most strange questions about grammar that you might have.
I call these days the ones for the beginner or elementary students as this is the stage of our knowledge where we find fun and challenge the teachers with our incredibly silly and both smart inquiries.
As you can see, the whole week is for you to study English, discover its secrets or to learn the new tips and tricks with grammar.net! See you tomorrow on my blog with Anglish humor and your questions!