3 Easy Steps To Learn English Grammar With Mini-Stories

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There are two major problems that English students face when studying grammar That kills your fluency and makes you stumble over your words and sentences. “First they learn how to talk. Then they go to school to study grammar. So, why learn English any differently?” “After you have listened to the mini-story several times and understand it, now it is time to study your grammar lesson. This is where most English students make the fatal mistake of getting bogged down in the details.”

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3 Easy Steps To Learn English Grammar With Mini-Stories www.EXLenglish.com/learn

My Fool-Proof Plan to Mastering English Grammar With Mini-StoriesThere are two major problems that English students face when studying grammarThat kills your fluency and makes you stumble over your words and sentences. : 

My Fool-Proof Plan to Mastering English Grammar With Mini-StoriesThere are two major problems that English students face when studying grammarThat kills your fluency and makes you stumble over your words and sentences. www.EXLenglish.com/learn

Step 1: Listen To Your English Mini-Story : 

Step 1: Listen To Your English Mini-Story “First they learn how to talk. Then they go to school to study grammar. So, why learn English any differently?” www.EXLenglish.com/learn

Step 2: Study Your Grammar Lesson : 

Step 2: Study Your Grammar Lesson “After you have listened to the mini-story several times and understand it, now it is time to study your grammar lesson. This is where most English students make the fatal mistake of getting bogged down in the details.” www.EXLenglish.com/learn

Step 3: Do Your Grammar Exercises : 

Step 3: Do Your Grammar Exercises “Not only will you be practicing what you are learning...but you will also be testing yourself .” www.EXLenglish.com/learn

Bonus Step: Listen To The Grammar Mini-Story : 

Bonus Step: Listen To The Grammar Mini-Story “If your original mini-story was in the present continuous...you would now want to hear it in the past continuous or the present perfect. That way you can observe what changes between the structures and what remains the same.” www.EXLenglish.com/learn

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David A. Bailey, Jr creates easy grammar lessons and mini-stories to help you master the English grammar. David invites you to watch his grammar lessons, see the grammar in action through mini-stories, and then do the grammar exercises (answers provided free of charge)...as well as provide you with ‘grammar mini-stories’. Join David’s English Club at http://EXLenglish.com/learn

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