Welcome! This first level on Grammar presents the various grammatical forms and relates them to meanings and uses.The clear explanations and the examples will help you understand the Grammar and help you make your own sentences.After you finish this level, you will be in a better position to form your own sentences of various natures.

Every unit in this section, on Grammar, addresses a particular point.So it is better for you to take your own time to understand every unit.

Every now and then review the sections that you completed so that your understanding of those sections will be refreshed.TORTOISE (a-section-a-day) method is the best one to produce the desired results.

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Here you will find examples for all English Grammar Terms.
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• Your First Lesson is on the Basic Units Of English… Units Of English

• How many parts are there in English? Parts of English

• The three pillars of a language… Subject-Object-Predicate

• How is the Verb related to the Subject? Verb and Subject

• How many types of Nouns are there? Noun-Types

• What are the Nouns as per the Gender? Noun-Gender

• Is the Nominative case the only case? Noun-Cases

• Is the Noun ‘sky’ singular or plural? Noun-Number

• What are the functions that a Noun plays? Noun-Functions

• How is a Pronoun related to a Noun? Pronoun

• How many types of Verbs are there? Verbs

• How is the verb BE special? Verb-BE

• What is an Adjective meant for? Adjective

• Why is an Adverb used in a sentence? Adverb

• Is the word ‘after’ a Conjunction or not? Conjunction

• How is a Preposition used in a sentence? Preposition

• How many Articles are there? Articles

• What is a Gerund? Is a Gerund a Noun or not? Gerund

• What is the difference between a Gerund and an Infinitive? Infinitive

• Why is a Participle used in a sentence? Participle

• What are the changes that Voice makes in a sentence? Voices

• Why is the Passive Voice a special one? Passive Voice

• How to compare one with another? Degrees of Comparison

• What are the words used to express our emotions? Interjection

• How many manners are there in which a verb can be used? Moods

• What are the different types of Sentences? Sentences

• How to differentiate the Tense-forms? Tenses

• To know about the Present Tense… Present Tense

• To know about the Past Tense… Past Tense

• To know about the Future Tense… Future Tense
Here you will find examples for all English Grammar Terms.
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