Most people think that it is their own fault, that they are not clever enough to "understand" the grammar rules. That's why they are frustrated and often simply give up. The truth is that learning English grammar is much easier than you imagine. As a matter of fact, it is so simple that you just wouldn't believe it. Do you remember how you learned the grammar of your native language? You didn't do any textbook exercises or read complicated explanations. But nevertheless you learned the grammar of your mother tongue. It's a fact that most 5 to 7 year old children use about 90% of their native grammar rules correctly. At that age most of them can't even read or write. Why can't you learn English grammar the same way you learned the grammar of your mother tongue? Wait a minute, who says you can't? You can, actually.
Yes it's true, you can learn English grammar just like
you learned the grammar of your native language. So let me ask you my
question again: How did you learn the grammar rules of your mother
tongue? The answer is strangely simple: You learned the rules
subconsciously. This means, instead of trying to cram rules into your
head by doing grammar exercises, you interacted with your parents and
other speakers. Your parents used certain phrases that consisted of both
grammar and vocabulary. Now you have to do the same thing again - treat
the English language as something whole instead of dissecting it by
means of rules. I have created for you a series of funny and interesting
short stories. If you want, you can read them for the content, not the
grammar. However, since I want you to learn English grammar rules even
faster than a child, I created each story in such a way that it
concentrates on one particular grammar item. In other words, my stories
are mini grammar lessons in disguise. You will absorb the grammar rules
automatically, without even noticing it.
Many of the stories contain a lot of dialogues to illustrate how people interact in English. When you read the stories, you will pick up new phrases that are based on certain grammar rules and you will have fun doing so. You don't like cramming grammar rules into your head but you do enjoy reading funny short stories, don't you? In every story you will meet a new "hero" and you will encounter all kinds of situations with them. For example, there is Andrew Smodley who worries about everything and therefore has a hard time finding a wife. See if and how Andrew overcomes this problem and learn the use of the present simple automatically. And you'll get to know the Marvells, a British couple who every summer spend their holidays on Majorca until they win the lottery and then everything seems to change. In one of the stories I'll even tell you how I got my first job.
For those of you who like a bit more grammar information I have added some explanations which you can turn to any time. To spice it all up, I also included some short essays on English expressions and idioms such as my "Word Story on Search Engines" or the "Essay on Jokes". Finally you will read the story on how I bought a car for my wife and you will be amazed at how many "coloUr expressions" it contains.
Now, the only way to experience a completely new approach to learning grammar is for you to secure your copy of "English Grammar through Stories" today