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About the Course

This is the second course in the Learn English: Advanced Grammar and Punctuation specialty. In this course, you will learn about a lot of different ways to join ideas to make more complex and interesting sentences. You'll learn about two types of conjunctions, many other types of connectives, and adverb clauses. You'll also learn about how to punctuate all of these expressions and the types of sentences they create. All of this is grammar you must know to have a high fluency in English. Please note that the free version of this class gives you access to all of the instructional videos and handouts. The peer feedback and quizzes are only available in the paid version....

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Oct 10, 2018

I have really learned some new things.\n\nI some one asks me for a better course to learn about conjunctions, connectives and adverb clause, I would recommend this course.\n\nBest regards\n\nHassan


Sep 10, 2019

I absolutely loved this course, the videos made by Jake and Emily make the topics as fun as easy to understand. They really gave a lot of tips for enhance my english writting skills. Thanks a lot!

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By Potapov A

Mar 01, 2017

Tutors are super

By María D

Aug 07, 2019

Great teachers!

By Talha L

Apr 15, 2017

Great Course :)

By Valeria G

May 02, 2019

useful course

By Mukhina A

Jan 29, 2020

Was so good!

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By Cibelle M

Oct 08, 2017

Muito bom!


Sep 12, 2019

thank you

By Van C V

May 08, 2019

Great job

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By Lenard P

Jul 29, 2019

Quite practical and clear!

Good job!


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By Sam A

Aug 16, 2019

The video lectures and practice/exercise sections are great, but the major downside is the lack of a discussion forum managed by moderators with expertise on the subject. As the peer-grading ranges from being justified to blatantly skewed and devoid of the necessary feedback a learner needs to correct his or her mistakes, the proper supervision for grading is clearly called for.