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İngilizce Konu Anlatımı

İngilizce dersini slayt videolarıyla ev ortamında tamamen ücretsiz bir şekilde öğrenebilirsiniz. Ders kayıtlarını takip ederek ve bizlere sorularınızı sorarak İngilizce dersinden yüksek notlar almak çok kolay. Derslerimiz 2014-2015 yılı MEB İngilizce dersi müfredatına bire bir uyumludur. 

İlkokul İngilizcesi (30 Ünite)

Ortaokul İngilizcesi (46 Ünite)

YDS İngilizce

  • Tense 1
    • Word order
    • To Be
    • The Present continuous tense
    • Spelling of -ing
    • The Simple present tense
    • Frequency adverbs
    • Non Progressive verbs
  • Tense 2
    • The Simple Past Tense
    • Regular verbs
    • Irregular verbs
    • Confusing verbs
    • Emphatic Do
  • Tense 3
    • The Past Continuous Tense
    • When and While
    • The Present Perfect Tense
    • Lately and Recently
    • Already, Just, Yet
    • Ever, Never, All my life, Once, Twice, Always
    • So far, Up to now, Until now
    • For and Since
    • Gone and Been
  • Tense 4
    • The Present Perfect Continuous Tense
    • The Past Perfect Tense
    • After, Before, till, untill, As soon as, When, By the time,
  • Tense 5
    • The Past Perfect Continuous Tense
    • The Simple Future Tense
    • Will
    • Going to Future Tense
    • Future Tenses in time clauses
    • The Future Continuous Tense
    • The Future Perfect Tense
    • The Future Perfect Continuous Tense
    • Tense Agreement in time clauses
  • Modal 1
    • Request
    • Can
    • May
    • Could
    • Would
    • Will
    • Would you mind
    • Imperative
    • Necessity
    • Must
    • Have to
    • Have got to
    • Prohibition
    • Mustn't
    • Lack of necessity in the past
    • Didn't have to
    • Didn't need to
    • Needn't have done
  • Modal 2
    • Advisability
    • Should
    • Ought to
    • Had better
    • Expectation
    • Be to
    • Be supposed to
    • Ability
    • Can
    • Be able to
    • Could
    • Suggestion
    • Let's
    • Why don't?
    • Shall
    • Could
    • Could have done
  • Modal 3
    • Prediction and Certainty
    • Must
    • May
    • Might
    • Could
    • Can
    • Preference
    • Would rather
    • Would sooner
    • Prefer
    • Would prefer
    • Like...better than...
    • Habitual Past
    • Used to
    • Be used to
    • Would
  • Passive 1
    • Active and Passive
    • Forming the passive
    • The place of time adverbials in a passive sentence
    • Using BY phrase
    • Using passive in interrogatives
    • Indirect objects as passive subjects
    • The passive form of modals and similar expressions
    • Stative passive
    • Stative passive with prepositions
  • Passive 2
    • The passive with GET
    • BY phrase or another preposition
    • Impersonal pronouns in the passive
    • Passive with gerund and infinitive
    • It is said that...
    • He is said to...
  • Conditional Sentences 1
    • If clause
    • If clause Type 1: True in the present or future
    • If clause Type 2: Untrue in the present or future
    • If clause Type 3: Untrue in the past
    • If clause Summary
  • Conditional Sentences 2
    • Provided that
    • Providing that
    • As long as
    • So long as
    • Only if
    • Unless
    • Even if
    • Weather...or not
    • Suppose that
    • Supposing that
    • On condition that
    • What if
    • In case
    • In case of
    • If clause mixed time
    • Omitting if
    • Implied conditions
    • But
    • Otherwise
    • Or else
    • Without
  • Conditional Sentences 3
    • Wish
    • Wish clause
    • As if
    • As though
  • Noun Clause
    • Noun clauses beginning with a question word
    • Noun clauses beginning with WEATHER...OR NOT or IF...OR NOT
    • Noun clauses beginning with THAT
    • Noun clauses as object of the preposition
    • Tense relations between the main verb and the noun clause
    • Additional information about noun clauses
    • Question words followed by INFINITIVES
    • -EVER words in noun clauses
  • Indirect Speech
    • Reporting statements 
    • Reporting questions
    • Reporting imperatives
    • Reported speech
  • Short Answer
    • Too
    • Either
    • So
    • Neither
    • Nor
    • Auxiliary verbs in short questions
    • SO and NOT representing a THAT CLAUSE
    • Tag question
  • Gerund and Infinitive 1
    • Gerund
    • Gerund as a subject of a sentence
    • Gerund as subject complement
    • Gerund as direct object
    • Possessive+Gerund
    • Gerund as the object of a preposition
    • Verb+Preposition+Gerund
    • Verb+Object+Preposition+Gerund
    • Adjective+Preposition+Gerund
    • Noun+Preposition+Gerund
    • The Point of
    • On the point of
    • Have difficulty
  • Gerund and Infinitive 2
    • Expressions+Gerund
    • It is no use
    • It is no good
    • There is no point in
    • It is worth
    • A waste of
    • Spend
    • Waste
    • Without
    • By
    • Go
    • Busy
    • Have fun
    • Sit, stand and lie
    • The perfect gerund
    • The passive gerund
    • Infinitive
    • Infinitive as subject of the sentence
    • Infinitive as subject complement
    • Infinitive as direct object
    • Verb+Infinitive
    • Verb+noun/pronoun+Infinitive
  • Gerund and Infinitive 3
    • Gerund or Infinitive
    • Infinitive after certain nouns
    • Infinitive after certain adjectives
    • Passive infinitive
    • Past infinitive
    • Infinitive of purpose: IN ORDER TO
    • Infinitive with TOO and ENOUGH
  • Gerund and Infinitive 4
    • Verb of perception
    • Infinitive without TO after LET and HELP
    • Certain verbs+noun/pronoun+infinitive
    • Infinitive after question words
    • Causative

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