ENGLISH GRAMMAR

English Grammar English grammar is a group of structural rules which describe how words combine with each other to form sentences. So, the important thing to remember is that grammar is really necessary to communicate more effectively. English is universal, but around the world we can find many forms of English for example between American and British dialects there are many points of grammar where they differ.

English grammar tends to fall into two groups: The Descriptivist - Describe the patterns through which meanings are typically created in functional speech and writing, and the prescriptivist - Set out pre-existing rules as to how meanings are created.

The following is a list of grammatical terms used in English Language that would be helpful for you.

English Grammar Resources

Abstract Noun
Active Voice
Adjective
Adjunct
Adverb
Agent
Agreement
Article
Aspect
Auxiliary verb
Base Form
Clause
Common Noun
Concrete Noun
Complex Preposition
Conditionals
Conjunction
Copula Verb
Count Noun
Declarative Sentence
Defining Relative Clause
Definite article
Demonstrative Pronoun
Denominal Adjective
Determiner
Direct Object
Disjunct
Ditransitive Verb
Dynamic Verb
Exclamative Sentence
Finite Verb
Gender
Gerund
Imperative
Indefinite Article
Indirect Object
Infinitive
Interrogative Pronoun
Interrogative Sentence
Irregular Verb
Modal
Non-Defining Relative Clause
Noun
Number
Object
Participles
Passive
Personal Pronoun
Phrasal Verb
Possessive Adjective
Possessive Pronoun
Predicate
Predicative Adjective
Preposition
Pronouns
Proper Noun
Reciprocal Pronoun
Reflexive Pronoun
Relative Pronoun
Reported Speech
Subject
Substantive
Superlative
Uncountable Noun
Verbs
Voice




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