This intensive half-day refresher focuses on what you must know about English grammar
English grammar courses are necessary because so many of us struggle with various aspects of our rich and beautiful language.
Major, minor and submerged ‘grammar rocks’ all have the potential to dent your confidence and sink your credibility. This intensive half-day English grammar course focuses on what you must know about grammar. You don’t need to know everything, but you do need to know how to prevent ‘grammatical rocks’ from damaging you.
Noun, Verb, Adjective, Adverb, Preposition, Pronoun, Apostrophe, Plural, Subject-Verb Agreement, Verbal Gerbil, Colon, Semicolon, Punctuation of Lists, Was/Were, I/Me, Myself, Which/That/Who/Whom, Hyphens, And/But, Ellipsis, Full Stops and more…
…some of those will have filled you with dread!
Grammar on the Rocks™ – The English Grammar Course – is a practical approach to the rules of English grammar. It will actively improve your understanding and use of grammar without bombarding you with too much information.
Brush up on your basic grammar skills by going over the fine points that people always seem to get wrong, in just half a day!
Benefits of this English Grammar Course
- See business results from your improved grammar.
- Impress your customers, colleagues and superiors.
- Brush up on your basics.
- Never rely on the PC to correct your grammar.
- Improve your business writing.
- Speed up your ability to write and edit.
- The 26 page reference guide: Go away with an easy to use guide that won’t fill your desk or, like most grammar books, cause more confusion.
“This English Grammar Course (Grammar on the Rocks) was an excellent refresher on the common pitfalls of grammar.” Accountant, Financial Establishment
Who should attend this grammar training?
This programme has been designed to benefit anyone who feels they need to brush up on their grammar.
Intensive half-day public and in-house course
Refresher – this quick refresher will speed up your ability to write and edit: covering nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions and pronouns.
Major Rocks – the essentials: apostrophes, plurals, subject-verb agreement and bad verbal grammar.
Minor Rocks – These items will come in handy when those who know their grammar may react negatively to your mistakes. This covers: colons, semicolons, punctuation of lists, using the right words in a sentence and hyphen usage.
Submerged Rocks – not commonly known, not even by some experts! Learn where to add prepositions and split infinitives.