Cover the 'mechanics' of English language.
For students aged 11+ who need to revise the general principles of English language and grammar.
Unit 1 Capital letters; Unit 2 Showing what someone has said; Unit 3 The colon; Unit 4 The dash; Unit 5 The comma (1); Unit 6 The comma (2); Unit 7 More than one (making nouns plural); Unit 8 Singular or plural? (My family was/were...); Unit 9 The apostrophe (1); Unit 10 The apostrophe (2); Unit 11 Two words in one (e.g. 'beauty' + 'full' = beautiful); Unit 12 One word or two? (maybe/may be); Unit 13 The hyphen; Unit 14 Some troublesome nouns (Is it 'arguement' or 'argument'?); Unit 15 Some more....
[show more] troublesome nouns (Is it 'humour' or 'humor'?); Unit 16 Extending words of one syllable (e.g. rub rubber); Unit 17 Extending words of more than one syllable (travel traveller); Unit 18 Irregular verbs (e.g. do did done); Unit 19 Some tricky verbs (lie/lay; rise/raise); Unit 20 Some confusing words (practise/practice; affect/effect); Unit 21 -ible and -able; Unit 22 -ent and -ant; Unit 23 Negative prefixes; Unit 24 adverbs; Unit 25 Making comparisons; Unit 26 'as' and 'like'; Unit 27 Words that sound alike; Unit 28 Silent letters; Unit 29 Some problems of usage; Unit 30 Common spelling errors