So, like many Japanese people who're studying English, I didn't study grammar for years.
But recently I realized I needed to improve my grammar in order to achieve higher level, and I've been studying grammar by a famous book `English Grammar in Use Intermediate'.
The book has 142 units and I already finished unit 15. It's a good progress. I decided to finish this book by the end of this year and I made a spreadsheet and a graph which shows current progress and target progress.
Current perfect continuous and past perfect continuous are a bit difficult. I've known its existence but I don't often use those. But now I think I can differentiate well if I can use those.
As well as grammar, I need to add to my vocabulary, which is often a boring task.
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As many critics say, we, Japanese, study grammar hard when we're students, meanwhile we don't train speaking or listening enough. I studied grammar hard, too, when I was a student. So, like many Japanese people who're studying English, I didn't study grammar for years. But recently I realized I