English Grammar

Without a doubt English is one of the most important languages in the world, if not the most important, that is why many people choose to learn this language instead others.  It is also know that there are a large number of renowned language schools and courses online that offer good quality of teaching.


In this section you will find useful information about English Grammar the art of speaking and writing the English language with propriety. It is divided into four parts: Orthography, Etymology, Syntax, and Prosody. This section will provide you everything to learn English Grammar.



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Abstract Noun

Abstract Noun

An abstract noun is the name of quality, state, action, art, property, feeling, idea etc. Formation of Abstract Nouns Abstract nouns can be formed from common nouns, adjectives and verbs.

Active Voice

Active Voice

The Active Voice is the form of a transitive verb that represents the subject as the doer of an action. It is the most commonly used voice in everyday conversation.

Adjectives

Adjectives

English Adjectives are words which qualify nouns. They usually do not change their form, regardless of the noun described. Most English adjectives are derived from nouns and they are used before the noun.

Adjuncts

Adjuncts

Adjuncts are words used to limit the signification, or modify the office of other words. They are less tightly integrated into the structure of the clause than are complements.

Adverbs

Adverbs

Adverbs are usually defined as words that modify adjectives, verbs and other adverbs. They like finally, wonderfully and very are easy to understand in both Old and Modern English.

Agreement

Agreement

Agreement is the similarity of words in their modifications. There are many ways of agreement such as subject and verb, adjectives and nouns, or gender and nouns. It can only denote congruity of use, that is, sameness in the grammatical relations.

Articles

Articles

Articles are words placed before a noun, to point it out as such, and to show how far its signification extends. The articles are also distinguished as the definite and the indefinite.

Aspect

Aspect

Aspect is a result of a complex interplay of verb semantics, tense, mood and pragmatic context. It is a special grammatical category to do with such things as whether the action is completed or not.

Auxiliary verb

Auxiliary verb

The auxiliary verbs are those by the help of main verbs in English, they help to conjugate them. They are: be, have, do, shall, will, may, can, with their variations; and let and must, which have no variation.

Base Form

Base Form

The base form of the verbs is usually similar to their infinitive form, although some verbs have some variations. Base form is frequently used to structure imperative sentences.

Clause

Clause

A clause is a word-group having a subject and a predicate of its own. A Clause is a simple sentence combined with some other sentence so as to form a complex or a compound sentence.

Common nouns

Common nouns

Common nouns are names that do not specify a particular person or place. Most nouns are common nouns. Boy and dog are common nouns. Under the head of common nouns are commonly reckoned collective, abstract, and verbal nouns

Complex Preposition

Complex Preposition

A preposition that consists of more than one word is called a complex preposition. It consists of a sequence that works as a single unit in terms of structure and meaning.

Concrete Noun

Concrete Noun

A concrete noun names something that can be touched or seen. It is the name of that which exists in space; as, book, boy, and tree. It is a word that stands for an object that exists in the real world.

Conditionals

Conditionals

Conditionals are verb forms using the auxiliary would. We use conditional to express wishes and possible situations after a conditional situations happens. They also help to express unreal situations.