ESL exams


Students who are taking the ECCE / FCE / ECPE / CPE / TOEIC / EDEXCEL / ΚΡΑΤΙΚΟ for the first time should be familiar with the following grammatical structures. Please visit Nick’s Grammar.

  • THE PERFECT TENSES
  • SEQUENCE IN TIME CLAUSES
  • USED TO / WOULD
  • RELATIVE CLAUSES
  • COMPARISON
  • THE IDIOMATIC PAST
  • CONDITIONAL CLAUSES
  • CONDITIONAL CLAUSES – WITHOUT “IF”
  • PASSIVE VOICE
  • DIRECT / INDIRECT SPEECH
  • PASSIVE VOICE – PERSONAL CONSTRUCTION
  • CLAUSES OF PURPOSE
  • PARTICIPLES

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    Exams

  • PERFECT INFINITIVE
  • CLAUSES OF CONCESSION
  • I NVERSION
  • THE CAUSATIVE USE OF “HAVE”
  • GERUNDS
  • SUBORDINATE CLAUSES                    They must have a good understanding of the following:
  • MAKE / LET / ALLOW
  • -ING / -ED
  • TRANSITIVE / INTRANSITIVE USES OF VERBS
  • CONCEALED RELATIVES
  • MUST NOT / NEEDN’T /DON’T HAVE TO
  • FOR / SINCE / AGO
  • STILL / YET
  • NOUN or VERB
  • SO DO I / I DO TOO / NOR CAN I / NEITHER CAN I / I CAN’T EITHER
  • SO / SUCH etc.
  • “UNCOUNTABLES”
  • ADVERBS / ADJECTIVES

Students are strongly advised to revise the relevant material under the above headings.

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