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Complete list of A2 grammar contents

This is a list of all the grammar topics covered in level A2. But if you want to learn A2 grammar, we recommend studying the topics in the order that they appear in: Grammar points » A2 Grammar lessons and exercises.

Present tenses

A2 Present simple vs present continuous
A2 Present perfect – form and use
A2 Present perfect or past simple?

Past tenses

A2 Past simple – Form and use
A2 Past continuous and past simple
A2 Past perfect


A2 Will vs be going to – future
A2 Present continuous for future arrangements

Verb tense reviews

A2 Review of all verb tenses A2

Modals, the imperative, phrasal verbs, etc .

A2 Have to, don’t have to, must, mustn’t
A2 Should, shouldn’t
A2 Might, might not – possibility
A2 Used to, didn’t use to – past habits and states
A2 How to use the verb ‘go’ in English
A2 The different uses of the verb ‘get’
A2 ‘Do’ vs ‘Make’ – What’s the difference?
A2 Verbs with two objects
A2 Stative vs dynamic verbs (or non-action vs action verbs)
A2 Phrasal verbs: transitive and intransitive, separable and inseparable

Conditionals, if, wish, etc.

A2 First conditional and future time clauses
A2 Second conditional


A2 Present and past simple passive: be + past participle

Reported speech

A2 Reported speech – indirect speech

-ing and the infinitive

A2 Expressing purpose with ‘to’ and ‘for’
A2 Infinitives and gerunds – verb patterns

Articles, nouns, pronouns, and determiners.

A2 Subject pronouns, object pronouns, possessive pronouns, possessive adjectives
A2 Something, anything, nothing, etc.
A2 Much, many, little, few, some, any – quantifiers
A2 Too, too much, too many, enough
A2 Most, most of, the most

Relative clauses, relative pronouns and adverbs

A2 Defining relative clauses – who, which, that, where

Auxiliary verbs

A2 So, neither – so am I, neither do I, etc.

Adjectives and adverbs

A2 Comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs
A2 No longer, any longer, anymore

Conjunctions and clauses

A2 However, although, because, so, and time connectors


A2 Prepositions of movement – along, across, over, etc.
A2 On time vs In time, At the end vs In the end.


A2 Asking questions in English – Question forms
A2 Subject questions, questions with preposition