beginner english is about learning sentence structure, vocabulary, word order, punctuation and pronunciation. it’s not for someone who has never encountered the language before but after a few hours of practice you’ll be ready for this level.

this level is usually called a1 and is a great place to start. you should be able to say simple sentences. if you are comfortable with this example, you are ready for this level.

hi. my name is jennifer. i am canadian and i live in vancouver. i like ice cream and chocolate cookies but i don’t like cats. i’m allergic to cats. it’s raining but sunny.

if you found any of that confusing, you might want to take a look at the exercises in the basic level first. don’t worry. you’ll get the hang of all of that very quickly! just a note, this doesn’t mean you need to be able to create sentences like the example, just to understand them. we’ll work on creating them now.


  1. nouns
  2. verbs
  3. adjectives
  4. adverbs
  5. conjunctions
  6. punctuation
  7. word order
  8. questions
  9. positives & negatives
  10. pronunciation


these are not progressive levels. they’re meant to be done simultaneously. it’s important to learn questions, nouns, adjectives, etc, all at the same time to make english sentences and have conversation. they are divided only to make it easier to find the content you’re looking for.

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