Grammar

The study of grammar basically pertains to the study of the rules of the structure of a language. It is the very foundation on which riches of the knowledge of the language may be accumulated. So, the foundation or the base has to be strong and unshakeable.

The journey of studying grammar begins with learning an alphabet, a word, then a sentence and it continues thereon. The process of learning the appropriate usage of words and the right construction of a sentence goes a long way in developing the learner’s ability to use a language effectively in real-life situations, in addition to improving knowledge of the language itself.

Grammar prescribes certain norms and rules about the arrangement of words in such a way as to accord a proper form and meaning to a sentence. All rules have been given and explained. Examples from day to day life have been made use of. Sentences that we speak or hear day in and day out have been used.

Sentence

Noun

Pronoun

Adjective

Verb

Adverb

Preposition

Conjunction

Interjection

Article

  • What is an Article?
  • Types of Articles
    • Indefinite Articles (A, An)
      • Use of A, An
    • Definite Article
      • Use of The

Degree of Comparison

Tenses

  • What is a Tense?
  • Types of Tenses
  • Present Tense
    1. Simple Present Tense
    2. Present Continuous Tense
    3. Present Perfect Tense
    4. Present Perfect Continuous Tense
  • Past Tense
    1. Simple Past Tense
    2. Past Continuous Tense
    3. Past Perfect Tense
    4. Past Perfect Continuous Tense
  • Future
    1. Simple Future Tense
    2. Future Continuous Tense
    3. Future Perfect Tense
    4. Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Modals

Active and Passive Voice

Direct and Indirect Speech

Question Tags

Punctuation

Phrasal Verb

Synonym

Antonym

Idiom

Proverb

Confusing Words

Grammar Exercises

Grammar Examples

Other

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