In this grammar index you will find explanations on many grammar topics arranged by CEFR level. We have grouped these 6 CEFR levels into 3 grammar index levels for our learners here at Break into English. These grammar resources are totally free of charge, you can study them in order or pick and choose the topics which appeal to you the most.
Open this tab for links to the CEFR Level A1 - A2 Grammar index
Links to grammar resources for the most simple topics:
Demonstratives: this, these, that and those
Present Perfect with examples in songs
Question structure with examples in songs
Zero and first conditional structures
Present simple explained in pictures
Present continuous explained in pictures
Adjectives in English explained in pictures
Adverbs – General use and formation
Interesting news, articles, and stories for CEFR level A1-A2
Coming soon – articles and blog posts full of relevant content for beginner learners of English
Open this tab for links to the CEFR Level B1 - B2 Grammar index
Here you will find explanations for intermediate-level grammar topics:
Present tense with state verbs
Verb patterns (verb + ing or infinitive)
An introduction to phrasal verbs
Past modal verbs (might have + past participle)
Interesting news, articles, and stories for CEFR level B1-B2
Click the links for articles with content relevant to the modern day English language learner. Each article has examples of grammar topics that are intermediate level.
How to help employees stop procrastinating in the workplace
You might want to try one of our level tests to see which areas of English grammar you most need to work on.
Coming soon – Articles and blog posts written especially for English language learners with real-life examples of how native speakers use the topics from the grammar index. Watch this space for more details and have fun learning!
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