Grammar Videos

Learn Grammar with Video Lessons

Are you a visual learner? Many of our grammar lessons feature videos. Some of the videos are short lesson summaries, and some are full-length tutorials. We have created these videos because the human brain is naturally wired to process visual information efficiently, which makes visual learning an incredibly effective method for comprehending complex concepts and enhancing memory retention.

We have utilized various visual aids (such as images, infographics, charts, graphs, and animations) to convey our grammar lessons in a more engaging and accessible way. If you're a visual learner, then the list below showing all our grammar videos will be a good starting place to continue your mastery of English grammar.
a list of grammar videos for visual learners

Video Lessons by Category

Parts of Speech

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Parts of Speech

This 20-minute video tutorial explains the 9 parts of speech (adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, determiners, interjections, nouns, prepositions, pronouns, and verbs).
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Adjective

This 9-minute video explains what adjectives are and how they are used.
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Adverbs

This 7-minute video explains what adverbs are and how they are used. It includes an introduction to adverbial phrases and clauses.
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Conjunctions

This 12-minute video explains what conjunctions are and how they are used. It covers coordinating conjunctions, subordinate conjunctions, and correlative conjunctions.
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Determiner

This 8-minute video explains what determiners are, how they are used, and how they differ from adjectives.
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Nouns

This 11-minute video defines the term "noun" and explains the different types of noun.
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Nouns for Kids

This 12-minute video explains what nouns are in simplistic way suitable for kids or new learners.
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Types of Noun

This 12-minute video explains the different types of noun. It covers abstract nouns, concrete nouns, collective nouns, compound nouns, gender-specific nouns, gerunds, non-countable nouns, countable nouns, and verbal nouns.
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Prepositions

This 9-minute video explains what prepositions are and how they are used.
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Pronoun

This 18-minute video explains what pronouns are and why they are needed. It covers the 9 different types of pronoun.
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Verbs

This 18-minute video explains what verbs are. It is a comprehensive tutorial covering subject, tense, aspect, and voice.
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Verbs for Kids

This 16-minute video explains verbs in a simplistic way suitable for kids or new learners.
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Advanced Writing Tips

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Ending a Sentence with a Preposition

You can end a sentence in a preposition. However, this 8-minute video explains why you shouldn't.
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Me or Myself

Should I write "me" or "myself"? Lots of writers use "myself" when they should be using "me." This 8-minute video explains the rules.
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Single or Double Quotation Marks

This 3-minute video explains when to use double and single quotation marks.
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Singular "They"

"They" has been used as a singular word for over 600 years. This 9-minute video explains why it is needed.
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Starting a Sentence with "And" or "But"

This 8-minute video explains why you can start with sentence with "and" or "but."
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Using a Comma before "And"

This 10-minute video explains when a comma is required before "and."
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Using Commas with "However"

This 5-minute video explains how commas are used with the word "however."
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Miscellaneous

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Top 100 English Verbs

This is a 9-minute video listing the top 100 verbs in English. It covers action verbs, stative verbs, regular and irregular verbs, and auxiliary verbs. It is for advanced students or teachers.
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Verb 'To Be'

This is a detailed, 21-minute video on the verb "to be" for advanced students or teachers. It covers all the forms of the verb "to be" as main verbs and auxiliary verbs.
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Latin Terms Used in English

A list of Latin terms used in English
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10 Differences between British English and American English

What are the main differences between British English and American English?
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Top 10 Punctuation Errors

What are the top 10 punctuation errors?
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Tense

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Past Tense

What is the past tense in English?
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Simple Past Tense

What is the simple past tense?
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Past Progressive Tense

What is the past progressive tense?
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Past Perfect Tense

What is the past perfect tense?
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Past Perfect Progressive Tense

What is the past perfect progressive tense?
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Present Tense

What is the present tense?
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Simple Present Tense

What is the simple present tense?
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Present Progressive Tense

What is the present progressive tense?
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Present Perfect Tense

What is the present perfect tense?
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Present Perfect Progressive Tense

What is the present perfect progressive tense?
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Future Tense

What is the future tense?
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Simple Future Tense

What is the simple future tense?
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Future Progressive Tense

What is the future progressive tense?
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Future Perfect Tense

What is the future perfect tense?
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Future Perfect Progressive Tense

What is the future perfect progressive tense?
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Punctuation

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Using Apostrophes

How do you use apostrophes?
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Using Colons

How do you use colons?
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Using Hyphens

How do you use hyphens?
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Using Semicolons

How do you use semicolons?
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Using Square Brackets

How do you use square brackets?
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Vocabulary for Beginners

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Flowers (Vocabulary)

Learn the different flowers in English
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Fruit (Vocabulary)

Learn the different fruits in English
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Furniture (Vocabulary)

Learn the different types of furniture in English
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Places in Town (Vocabulary)

Learn the different places in town in English
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Shapes (Vocabulary)

Learn the different shapes in English
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Vegetables (Vocabulary)

Learn the different vegetables in English
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Common Grammatical Terms

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Abstract Nouns and Concrete Nouns

What are abstract nouns and concrete nouns?
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Adverbial Clause

What is an adverbial clause?
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Adverbial Phrase

What is an adverbial phrase?
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Clause

What is a clause?
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Collective Noun

What is a collective noun?
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Common Nouns and Proper Nouns

What are common nouns and proper nouns?
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Comparative

What is a comparative?
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Conjunctive Adverb

What is a conjunctive adverb?
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Dangling Modifier

What is a dangling modifier?
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Definite Article

What is a definite article?
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Diphthongs

What are diphthongs?
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Direct Object

What is a direct object?
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Euphemism

What is a euphemism?
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Finite Verbs

What are finite verbs?
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Gender

What is gender in grammar?
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Independent Clause

What is an independent clause?
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Indirect Object

What is an indirect object?
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Infinitive Phrase

What is an infinitive phrase?
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Linking Verb

What is a linking verb?
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Noun Phrase

What is a noun phrase?
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Paragraph

What is a paragraph?
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Past Participle

What is a past participle?
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Person

What does person mean in grammar?
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Phrase

What is a phrase?
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Possessive Adjective

What is a possessive adjective?
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Possessive Apostrophe

A short video on apostrophe placement
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Possessive Apostrophes

What are possessive apostrophes?
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Predicate Nominative

What is a predicate nominative?
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Predicate

What is a predicate?
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Prepositional Phrase

What is a prepositional phrase?
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Present Participle

What is a present participle?
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Subjunctive Mood

What is the subjunctive mood?
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Superlative

What is a superlative?
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Syllables

What are syllables?
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Tautology

What is tautology?
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Transitive and Intransitive Verbs

What are transitive and intransitive verbs?
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Vowels

What are vowels?
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Sentence Types

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Active and Passive Sentences

What are active and passive sentences?
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Complex Sentence

What is a complex sentence?
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Compound Sentence

What is a compound sentence?
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Conditional Sentences

What is a conditional sentence?
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Declarative Sentence

What is a declarative sentence?
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Exclamatory Sentence

What is an exclamatory sentence?
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Imperative Sentence

What is an imperative sentence?
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Interrogative Sentence

What is an interrogative sentence?
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Sentences

What is a sentence?
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Simple Sentence

What is a simple sentence?
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Literary Devices

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Alliteration

What is alliteration?
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Hyperbole

What is hyperbole?
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Irony

What is irony?
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Metaphor

What is a metaphor?
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Paradox

What is a paradox?
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Simile

What is a simile?
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Easily Confused Words

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A Lot, Allot, and Alot

What is the difference between a lot, allot, and alot?
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Adverse and Averse

What is the difference between adverse and averse?
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Advice and Advise

What is the difference between advice and advise?
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Affect and Effect

What is the difference between affect and effect?
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Aid and Aide

What is the difference between aid and aide?
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Alternate and Alternative

What is the difference between alternate and alternative?
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Among and Between

What is the difference between among and between?
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Appraise and Apprise

What is the difference between appraise and apprise?
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Bare and Bear

What is the difference between bare and bear?
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Brake and Break

What is the difference between brake and break?
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Chilly, Chili, and Chile

What is the difference between chilly, chili, and chile?
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Complement and Compliment

What is the difference between complement and compliment?
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Dependant and Dependent

What is the difference between dependant and dependent?
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Discreet and Discrete

What is the difference between discreet and discrete?
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Disinterested and Uninterested

What is the difference between disinterested and uninterested?
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e.g. and i.e.

What is the difference between e.g. and i.e.?
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Emigrate and Immigrate

What is the difference between emigrate and immigrate?
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Except and Accept

What is the difference between except and accept?
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Fewer or Less

What is the difference between fewer and less?
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Fish or Fishes

What is the difference between fish and fishes?
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Hanged and Hung

What is the difference between hanged and hung?
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Its and It's

What is the difference between its and it's?
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Lay and Lie

What is the difference between lay and lie?
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Learned and Learnt

What is the difference between learned and learnt?
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Licence and License

What is the difference between licence and license?
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Material and Materiel

What is the difference between material and materiel?
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Practice and Practise

What is the difference between practice and practise?
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Principal and Principle

What is the difference between principal and principle?
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Program and Programme

What is the difference between program and programme?
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Sympathy and Empathy

What is the difference between sympathy and empathy?
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Their, There, and They're

What is the difference between their, there, and they're?
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Too and To

What is the difference between too and to?
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Toward and Towards

What is the difference between toward and towards?
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Uninterested and Disinterested

What is the difference between uninterested and disinterested?
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Weather, Whether, and Wether

What is the difference between weather, whether, and wether?
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You're and Your

What is the difference between you're and your?
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