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How our approach works best for you

  • As easy as one, two, three...
  • Step-by-step explanations of difficult concepts in blocks
  • Instant feedback on what you have learnt in the block
  • Judicious use of animations in quizzes
  • Interesting examples from various domains
  • Holistic approach (reinforcement of the same concepts in different modules)
  • Mnemonics , tips, summary blocks and tables

Teaching methodology

Concepts are introduced and elaborated upon in small chunks (blocks) in each module to allow users to work through the material at their own pace. Where appropriate, concepts are reinforced through visual aids and examples drawing on general knowledge, sciences, culture and history.

Testing takes place on three levels. First, blocks contain basic questions to cover a grammatical element immediately after it has been presented. Second, sub-sections are followed by quizzes to test the concept as a whole. Third, module-level quizzes test all the concepts grouped under one grammatical category.

Page-level and module-level summaries are provided as appropriate. A reference section containing important rules, additional material and useful tables is also provided.

Various pedagogical methods are used to explain the different concepts in an interesting and easy way.

The course is divided into several parts:

  • Basic-Part 1 (Standard 7 level)
  • Basic-Part 2 (Standard 8 level)
  • Intermediate (Standard 9 level)
  • Advanced (Standard 10 and higher university level)
  • Special topics (detailed study on tenses, prepositions and other topics which are useful for the board exam)
  • Reference (charts and tables)
  • Question papers (solved papers for CBSE, ICSE, ISC, state boards and various competitive exams)

For each module, there is an optional button. This is a show/hide switch for optional content which is out of syllabus for the respective board. Students can read it if they wish to acquire deeper knowledge of the module. In case of General, there is no optional button. The complete content is visible.

Table of content

Parts of speech
Category of Parts of speech
Subject and Predicate
Irregular verbs
Confusable Verbs
Subject-verb Agreement
Usage of Modifiers
Usage of Pronouns
Adverb Clauses
Adjective Clauses
Fragments and Run-on Sentences
Subject and Predicate
Simple and Compound Sentence
Adverb Clauses
Adjective Clauses
Confusable verbs
Fragment and Run-on Sentence
Linking Verbs
Multi-word Verbs
Usage of Verbs
Subject-verb Agreement
Choosing the right Modifier
Usage of Pronouns
Simple Sentence
Complex sentence
Adjective clauses
Noun clauses
Subordination by present participle
Subordination by past participle
Process of reduction
Sentence fragments
Run-on sentence
Misplaced and dangling modifiers
Avoiding is when and is where constructions
Pronoun antecedents and other sentence construction
Wordy phrases
Subject-verb agreements
Three-part verbs
Lie Lay, sit set, rise raise
Active and passive voice
Using adverbs
Choosing modifiers after sense verbs
Nominative and the objective case of pronouns
Informal and formal pronoun usage
Pronoun problems
Other types of pronouns
Shift in person and number of pronouns
Pronouns that mean one
Essential parts of a sentence
Test for verbs
Main verbs, auxiliaries and modals
Simple tenses
Perfect tenses
Progressive tense
Active and Passive voice
Kinds of Nouns
Plurals (exceptions)
Plurals of proper nouns
Pronouns (subject and object forms)
Using pronouns
Pronouns (possessive form)
Reflexive and intensive pronouns
Adjectives and nouns as modifiers of headwords
Phrases as modifiers of headwords
Possessive nouns as modifiers of headwords
Types of sentences
Simple and compound sentences
Complex sentences
Adverb placement in sentence constructions
Using Infinitives
Common errors in using infinitives
Participles and gerunds
Using participles and gerunds
Errors in the use of verbals
Pronouns and antecedents
Compound and collective antecedents of pronouns
Antecedents of third person pronouns
Forms and antecedents of indefinite pronouns
Demonstrative pronouns
Interrogative pronouns
Relative pronouns and relative clauses
Noun clauses
Adverb clauses
Confusing adverbs and adjectives
Avoiding double negatives
Conditional Sentences
Sentence Combining


In short, everyone. Grammar is not taught in a structured manner even at BA/MA level.
  • Students of any class and at any level can use the course.
  • Professionals can use it for competitive exams and better communication in the workplace.
  • Everyone can use it for all-round personality development.
  • Writers can use it to ensure error-free writing.
Start from Basic-Part 1 and work your way through to Advanced.
Answer all the quizzes for each module.
Check your progress on your personalised dashboard.
You can complete the entire course three times (the answers will be hidden each time). You will be able to reinforce your learning in this manner.
This depends on your standard and prior knowledge of grammar.
A standard 7 student may require around 50 hours to complete Basic Part 1.
A standard 10 (or higher level) student may require around 150 hours to complete all the levels. This works out to around three hours/week in a year.
A general user may require around 200 hours to complete all the levels. This works out to around four hours/week in a year.
You can send us an email with your exact requirements and some reference material or suitable online links. We will develop the content and upload it within two weeks of your request.
The course covers the syllabuses of major boards. You will also learn to use concepts from different modules as several quizzes relate to concepts from different modules.
It is much more than a run-of-the-mill grammar course. It is fun and informative. It will also help you to enhance your analytic way of thinking.
You may feel that the course is long. As the information is provided in incremental parts, it will be as easy as reading a multipage comic book.
The information is dispensed in small doses called "blocks" with questions and answers to continuously test the reader’s grasp of the subject matter.
The learner is presented with a small bit of information and asked to analyse it and answer questions to ensure understanding.
Once the chunk of information is mastered, the learner then proceeds to the next bit of information.
Yes, everyone should start from the Basic level. If your knowledge of grammar is strong, you will be able to complete the Basic and Intermediate levels at a rapid pace. At the same time, you will relearn the concept in a way you hadn’t thought of until now.
The purpose of this learning format is to have the reader study the course as a whole, because one point leads on to the next in a deliberate fashion.
This process relies on self-pacing, small steps and instant feedback from the course. If a learner is unable to answer questions about the current module, the blocks can be reviewed until the learner is confident enough to continue to the next stage.
The module-level quizzes help the learner evaluate their progress so that no gaps exist in their understanding of the concepts.

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