Grammar Index

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.

Grammar resources level B1-B2
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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.

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Grammar index CEFR level C1-C2
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Take a look at our explanations on the most complex grammar topics:

Interesting news, articles, and stories for CEFR level C1-C2

Coming soon – articles and blog posts full of relevant content for intermediate learners of English

You might also want to try one of our level tests to see which areas of English grammar you most need to work on.

Why work on grammar?

There are several reasons why learning English grammar is important:

1. Clear communication: Grammar provides the rules and structure for clear communication in English. If you have a good grasp of grammar, you will be able to convey your thoughts and ideas more clearly, avoiding ambiguity and misunderstanding.

2. Professional and academic success: Proper grammar is essential in the workplace and in academic settings. It is often required for writing reports, memos, emails, and presentations. If your grammar is poor, you may be seen as less competent, which could hinder your professional and academic success.

3. Improved writing skills: Learning grammar can improve your writing skills, as it provides a framework for organizing your thoughts and ideas. It can also help you write more eloquently and effectively.

4. Enhanced comprehension: When you understand grammar, you can better comprehend what you are reading or hearing in English. This is particularly important for non-native speakers who may struggle with understanding complex sentence structures.

5. Improved critical thinking: Learning grammar requires attention to detail and critical thinking skills, which can be applied in other areas of life. These skills can help you analyze information, solve problems, and make sound decisions.

In summary, learning English grammar is essential for effective communication, professional and academic success, improved writing skills, enhanced comprehension, and improved critical thinking skills.