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English Grammar Online: Beginning (Levels 1-3)


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Hodges University’s Online English Grammar Program is a sequential system for understanding English grammar patterns from basic to advanced skill levels. Our online program has been designed specifically for adult non-English speakers to understand grammar and speak English confidently.


This course is for individuals who need the flexibility of learning online, have access to a smartphone or mobile device, may be shy or embarrassed to communicate in a classroom or interpersonal environment, and/or want an ESL course designed to deliver quality online English lessons at an affordable price.


This is a non-degree-seeking course offered as part of the Hodges Connect Professional Education and Training Program, where we connect you with the employer demanded skills you need to succeed. 


English Grammar Online: Beginning (Levels 1-3)


In the Beginning (Levels 1-3) English Grammar Online course, start your journey by understanding how to identify and use nouns, pronouns, articles, adjectives, possessives, both present tenses and the past tense of Be. Learn how to capitalize, make questions, and contract to enhance comprehension and spoken fluency.


This is a self-paced online course. You are purchasing a 6-month subscription to the course content.


English Grammar Online Level 1: By the end of Level 1, students will be able to identify and understand (pro)nouns, articles, simple present (ir)regular verbs, prepositional phrases, and capitalization. Practical Application videos include consonants, vowels, and silent -e.


English Grammar Online Level 2: By the end of Level 2, students will be able to identify and understand (non)count nouns, quantifying expressions, present tenses, object pronouns, and possessive adjectives. Practical Application videos include spelling pronunciation strategies.


English Grammar Online Level 3: By the end of Level 3, students will be able to identify and understand stative verbs, question words and formations, modal verbs, object infinitives, and Be in simple past. Practical Application videos include imperative, contractions and pronunciation of modals, question words and Be in past time.