This is going to be a mini-course on the use of the word ER. Because ER is such as small word, but it has 5 functions and the grammatical structure can get quite complex. So, if you want to learn ONCE AND FOR ALL when and how to use ER, then you definitely have to enroll in this mini-course!
Right now the first section is online, which is about the 3 referring functions of ER. Friday the 3rd of July I am going to publish a section about the 2 grammatical functions of ER. These two sections are focussing on the 5 functions, but not yet on more complex sentence structures (subordinate clauses, sentences with separable and/or reflexive verbs, passive sentences with modal verbs, etc). So, I will also be making classes about the use of ER in those kinds of sentences. And I want to make a class about expressions with ER.
In every section, you will find PDF files about the theory with a lot of examples, open questions (with answers) and audiofiles.
Outline of the course (everything in bold is online)
Section 1: the three referring functions of ER
Section 2: the two grammatical functions of ER
Section 3: ER in (complex) passive sentences
Section 4: ER and separable and/or reflexive verbs
Section 5: ER and subordinate clauses
Section 6: ER and expressions
You only need to PAY for this course ONCE. The price of this mini-course will increase every time I upload a new section. The only thing is that I can't tell when the new sections will be published, so probably you will need to have some patience for the other sections to come. BUT, once you've purchased it, you have lifetime access to the mini-course, meaning that you always get access to all the new sections FOR FREE!