Introduction to English Grammar

English Grammar

Introduction to English Grammar :

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  1. Sentences
  2. Kinds of Sentences
  3. Sample Sentences
  4. Subject and Predicate
  5. Subject for The Sentence
  6. Predicate for Your Sentence
  7. Exercise on The Subject and The Predicate
  8. Match The Subjects with The Predicates
  9. Parts of Speech
  10. A Noun
  11. A Pronoun
  12. An Adjective
  13. A Determiner
  14. A Verb
  15. An Adverb
  16. A Preposition
  17. A Conjunction
  18. An Interjection
  19. Exercise on The Parts of Speech
  20. Kinds of Nouns
  21. Exercise on Kinds of Nouns
  22. Exercise on Collective Nouns
  23. Kinds of Pronouns
  24. Personal Pronouns
  25. Possessive Pronouns
  26. Reflexive Pronouns
  27. Emphatic Pronouns
  28. Demonstrative Pronouns
  29. Interrogative Pronouns
  30. Relative Pronouns
  31. Pronouns of Quantity
  32. Exercise on Pronouns
  33. Kinds of Adjectives
  34. Determiners
  35. Exercise on Adjectives
  36. Exercise on Determiners
  37. Kinds of Adverbs
  38. Exercise on Adverbs
  39. Verbs
  40. Finites and Non-Finites
  41. Phrases
  42. Kinds of Phrases
  43. The Object of The Verb
  44. Complement of The Verb
  45. Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
  46. Exercise on Objects and Complements
  47. Exercise on Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
  48. Agreement of The Verb with The Subject
  49. Exercise on Verbs
  50. Exercise on Verbs
  51. Introduction to Clauses
  52. Exercise on CLAUSES
  53. Introduction to Auxiliaries
  54. Introduction to Auxiliary Verbs
  55. Introduction to Modals
  56. Introduction to Modal Verbs
  57. Exercise on Auxiliaries and Modals
  58. Making of Negative Statements
  59. Exercise on Making of Negative Statements
  60. Types of Questions
  61. YES or NO Questions
  62. Exercise on YES or NO Questions
  63. WH Questions
  64. Use of Questions
  65. Exercise on Questions
  66. Exercise on Types of Questions
  67. Exercise on WH Questions - 1
  68. Exercise on WH Questions - 2
  69. Complete The Questions
  70. Short Answers to The Questions in English
  71. Exercise on Short Answers to The Questions in English
  72. Exercise on Short Answers
  73. Question Tags
  74. Exercise on Question Tags - 1
  75. Exercise on Question Tags - 2
  76. Replies to Statements in English
  77. Exercise on Replies to Statements in English - 1
  78. Exercise on Replies to Statements in English - 2
  79. Exercise on Replies to Statements in English - 3
  80. Exercise on Replies to Statements in English - 4
  81. Usages of CAN and COULD
  82. Usages of MAY and MIGHT
  83. Exercise on Usages of MAY and MIGHT
  84. Exercise on Usages of CAN and COULD
  85. Sentences using CAN or COULD
  86. Sentences using MAY or MIGHT
  87. Exercise on Usages of COULD
  88. Usages of WILL and WOULD
  89. Usages of SHALL and SHOULD
  90. Exercise on WILL and WOULD
  91. Exercise on SHALL and SHOULD
  92. Usages of MUST and HAVE TO
  93. Usages of OUGHT TO and NEED
  94. Usages of MUST NOT and NEED NOT
  95. Correct Form of NEED
  96. Usages of BE ABLE TO
  97. Usages of CAN
  98. Usages of COULD
  99. Usages of HAD TO
  100. Usages of HAVE TO
  101. Usages of MAY
  102. Usages of MIGHT
  103. Usages of MUST
  104. Usages of NEED NOT
  105. Usages of OUGHT TO
  106. Usages of SHOULD
  107. Usages of SHALL
  108. Usages of WILL
  109. Usages of WOULD
  110. ING Form of The Verb
  111. ING Form of The Verb
  112. ED Form of The Verb
  113. List of Irregular Verbs
  114. Present Continuous Tense
  115. Exercise on Present Continuous Tense - 1
  116. Exercise on Present Continuous Tense - 2
  117. Simple Present Tense
  118. Exercise on Simple Present Tense - 1
  119. Exercise on Simple Present Tense - 2
  120. Exercise on Simple Present Tense - 3
  121. Exercise on Simple Present Tense - 4
  122. How to use Simple Present Tense?
  123. Present Continuous Tense or Simple Present Tense
  124. Sentences in Appropriate Tenses
  125. The Differences between Sentences
  126. Simple Past Tense
  127. Sentences with Simple Past Tense
  128. The Present Perfect Tense
  129. Sentences in Present Perfect Tense - 1
  130. Sentences in Present Perfect Tense - 2
  131. Present Perfect Tense (or) Simple Past Tense
  132. The Present Perfect Continuous Tense
  133. Sentences in Present Perfect Continuous Tense
  134. The Past Continuous Tense
  135. Sentences in Present Continuous Tense
  136. The Past Perfect Tense
  137. Sentences in Past Perfect Tense
  138. The Past Perfect Continuous Tense
  139. Sentences in Past Perfect Continuous Tense
  140. Talking about The Future
  141. Sentences in Future Tenses
  142. Verb Forms In Conditionals
  143. Sentences in Future Tenses
  144. Verb Forms after I Wish
  145. Verb Forms after If only
  146. Verb Forms after It is Time
  147. Sentences with I WISH
  148. Sentences with IF ONLY
  149. Sentences in correct tense forms
  150. Sentences with correct tense forms
  151. To-Infinitive
  152. Bare-Infinitive
  153. Sentences with To-Infinitive
  154. Sentences with ENOUGH
  155. Sentences with TOO
  156. ING Form of A Verb
  157. The Present Participle of Verb
  158. The Gerunds
  159. Sentences with ING Forms of the verbs
  160. Sentences with GERUND
  161. The Past Participle
  162. Sentences with Past Participle
  163. Active Voice and Passive Voice
  164. Transformation of Active Voice into Passive Voice
  165. Active Voice into Passive Voice
  166. Passive Voice into Active Voice
  167. Nouns and Number
  168. Singulars and Plurals
  169. Nouns and Gender
  170. Masculine Nouns and Feminine Nouns
  171. Possessive Form of Nouns
  172. Sentences in The Possessive Case
  173. Countable Nouns and Uncountable Nouns
  174. Countable Nouns and Uncountable Nouns
  175. Classification of Determiners
  176. Articles
  177. The Definite Article THE
  178. The Indefinite Articles A and AN
  179. Sentences with Suitable Articles
  180. Articles in Sentences
  181. Articles in Paragraphs
  182. Words of Quantity
  183. Sentences with Words of Quantity
  184. Possessive Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns
  185. Sentences with The Correct Possessive
  186. Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs
  187. Sentences with The Correct Adjectives and Adverbs
  188. Relative Pronouns and Relative Clauses
  189. Sentences with Relative Pronouns and Relative Clauses
  190. Sentences with Relative Pronouns
  191. Object Pronouns
  192. Subject Pronouns
  193. Emphatic Pronouns
  194. Positions for Adjectives
  195. Order of Adjectives
  196. Position of Adverbs
  197. Sentences with adverbs phrases and adverb phrases
  198. Use Of Same Words As Adjectives And Adverbs
  199. Cheap and Cheaply
  200. CLEAN and CLEANLY
  201. CLEAR and CLEARLY
  202. CLOSE and CLOSELY
  204. EASY and EASILY
  205. FAIR and FAIRLY
  206. HIGH and HIGHLY
  207. LATE and LATELY
  208. LOUD and LOUDLY
  210. QUICK and QUICKLY
  211. RIGHT and RIGHTLY
  212. SHARP and SHARPLY
  213. SLOW and SLOWLY
  214. TIGHT and TIGHTLY
  215. Same Words As Adjectives and Adverbs
  217. Prepositions of Place
  218. Prepositions of Time
  219. Prepositions of Travel
  220. Prepositions of Movement
  221. Idiomatic use of prepositions with certain words
  222. Prepositions followed by Nouns
  223. Nouns followed by Prepositions
  224. Adjectives and Prepositions
  225. Verbs and Prepositions
  226. Sentences with suitable Prepositions
  227. Prepositions in Sentences
  228. List of Common Conjunctions
  229. The Correct Conjunction
  230. Sentence Connectors
  231. sentence connectors for adding and listing
  232. sentence connectors for changing the subject
  233. sentence connectors for explanation
  234. sentence connectors for summary and generalization
  235. sentence connectors for indicating time relations
  236. sentence connectors for indicating cause and effect
  237. sentence connectors for indicating comparison
  238. sentence connectors for indicating contrast
  239. sentence connectors for indicating concession
  240. Sentences Connectors in Sentences
  241. Direct Speech into Indirect Speech
  242. Statements into Indirect Speech
  243. Imperatives into Indirect Speech
  244. Commands into Indirect Speech
  245. Requests into Indirect Speech
  246. Questions into Indirect Speech
  247. Interrogative Sentences into Indirect Speech
  248. Exclamatory Sentences into Indirect Speech
  249. Change into Indirect Speech
  250. Convert into Indirect Speech
  251. Convert into Indirect Speech
  252. Rewrite in Indirect Speech
  253. Rewrite in Direct Speech
  254. Phrasal Verbs
  255. Types of Phrasal Verbs
  256. Intransitive Phrasal Verbs
  257. Transitive Phrasal Verbs
  258. Inseparable Phrasal Verbs
  259. Separable Phrasal Verbs
  260. Phrasal Verbs beginning with ASK
  261. Phrasal Verbs beginning with BACK
  262. Phrasal Verbs beginning with BE
  263. Phrasal Verbs beginning with BEAR
  264. Phrasal Verbs beginning with BLOW
  265. Phrasal Verbs beginning with BREAK
  266. Phrasal Verbs beginning with BRING
  267. Phrasal Verbs beginning with CALL
  268. Phrasal Verbs beginning with CARRY
  269. Phrasal Verbs beginning with CATCH
  270. Phrasal Verbs beginning with CLEAR
  271. Phrasal Verbs beginning with COME
  272. Phrasal Verbs beginning with CUT
  273. Phrasal Verbs beginning with DO
  274. Phrasal Verbs beginning with DRAW
  275. Phrasal Verbs beginning with DROP
  276. Phrasal Verbs beginning with FALL
  277. Phrasal Verbs beginning with GET
  278. Phrasal Verbs beginning with GIVE
  279. Phrasal Verbs beginning with GO
  280. Phrasal Verbs beginning with HOLD
  281. Phrasal Verbs beginning with KEEP
  282. Phrasal Verbs beginning with LOOK
  283. Phrasal Verbs beginning with MAKE
  284. Phrasal Verbs beginning with PICK
  285. Phrasal Verbs beginning with PULL
  286. Phrasal Verbs beginning with PUT
  287. Phrasal Verbs beginning with RING
  288. Phrasal Verbs beginning with RUN
  289. Phrasal Verbs beginning with SEE
  290. Phrasal Verbs beginning with SET
  291. Phrasal Verbs beginning with STAND
  292. Phrasal Verbs beginning with TAKE
  293. Phrasal Verbs beginning with TURN
  294. Phrasal Verbs beginning with WORK
  295. Phrasal Verbs in Sentences
  296. Sentences with Phrasal Verbs
  297. Kinds of Clauses
  298. Main Clauses
  299. Subordinate Clauses
  300. Kinds of Subordinate Clauses
  301. Noun Clauses
  302. Adjective Clauses
  303. Adverb Clauses
  304. Noun clause as subject of a verb
  305. Noun clause as object of a verb
  306. Noun clause as object of a preposition
  307. Noun clause as complement of a verb
  308. Noun clause in apposition to a noun
  309. Noun clause in apposition to a pronoun
  310. Main Clauses in Sentences
  311. Subordinate Clauses in Sentences
  312. Kinds of Adverb Clauses
  313. Adverb Clauses of Time
  314. Adverb Clauses of Purpose
  315. Adverb Clauses of Place
  316. Adverb Clauses of Result
  317. Adverb Clauses of Reason
  318. Adverb Clauses of Condition
  319. Adverb Clauses of Manner
  320. Adverb Clauses of Degree
  321. Adverb Clauses of Concession
  322. Adverb Clauses in Sentences
  323. The Kinds of Sentences
  324. The Simple Sentences
  325. The Complex Sentences
  326. The Subordinating Conjunctions
  327. The Compound Sentences
  328. The Coordinating Conjunctions
  329. The Double Sentences
  330. The Multiple Sentences
  331. The Compound-Complex Sentences
  332. Sentences of All Kinds
  333. Clause Analysis
  334. Co-ordinate Clauses
  335. Examples of Clause Analysis
  336. Analysis of Clauses
  337. Interchange of The Degrees of Comparison
  338. Change The Degree of Comparison
  339. Interchange of Affirmative and Negative Sentences
  340. Change into Negative Sentences
  341. Change into Affirmative Sentences
  342. Interchange of Interrogative and Assertive Sentences
  343. Change into Assertive Sentences
  344. Change into Interrogative Sentences
  345. Interchange of Exclamatory and Assertive Sentences
  346. Change into Assertive Sentences
  347. Change into Exclamatory Sentences
  348. Simple Sentences to Compound Sentences
  349. Convert Simple Sentences to Compound Sentences
  350. Compound Sentences to Simple Sentences
  351. Convert Compound Sentences to Simple Sentences
  352. Simple Sentences to Complex Sentences
  353. Convert Simple Sentences to Complex Sentences
  354. Complex Sentences to Simple Sentences
  355. Change Complex Sentences to Simple Sentences
  356. Compound Sentences to Complex Sentences,
  357. Change Compound Sentences to Complex Sentences
  358. Complex Sentences to Compound Sentences
  359. Rewrite Complex Sentences as Compound Sentences
  360. Synthesis of Sentences
  361. Pairs of Simple Sentences into Compound Sentence
  362. Pair of Simple Sentences into Complex Sentence
  363. Pair of Simple Sentences into Simple Sentence
  364. Combine The Groups of Sentences
  365. Mistakes in Using Verbs
  366. Common Mistakes in Using Verbs
  367. Common Mistakes while Using Verbs
  368. Common Mistakes while Using Verbs
  369. Right Sentences
  370. Mistakes in Using Nouns
  371. Mistakes in Using Determiners
  372. Common Mistakes in Using Nouns
  373. Common Mistakes in Using Determiners
  374. Mistakes in Using Prepositions
  375. Common Mistakes in Using Prepositions
  376. Common Mistakes while Using Prepositions
  377. Mistakes while Using Prepositions
  378. Mistakes in English
  379. Common Mistakes in English
  380. Usual Mistakes in English
  381. Perfect Sentences
  382. Choose The Correct Sentence
  383. Common Mistake while Writing in English
  384. Common Mistakes while Writing in English
  385. Mistakes while Writing in English
  386. Structures of English Sentences
  387. Present Perfect Tense with JUST
  388. Present Perfect Tense with ALREADY
  389. Present Perfect Tense with YET
  390. Present Perfect Tense with EVER
  391. Present Perfect Tense with NEVER
  392. Present Perfect Continuous with SINCE
  393. Present Perfect Continuous with FOR
  394. Sentences with GET and ADJECTIVE
  395. Sentences with BECOME and ADJECTIVE
  396. Sentences with GROW and ADJECTIVE
  397. Sentences with A Verb and Two Objects
  398. WILL YOU?
  399. WOULD YOU?
  400. COULD YOU?
  401. WH questions
  402. Comparatives and Superlatives
  403. Verb and TO-Infinitive as Object
  404. Verb and TO-INFINITIVE
  405. Verb and Noun with TO-Infinitive
  406. Verb and Pronoun with TO-Infinitive
  407. Adjective and To-Infinitive
  408. Verb and ING form
  409. Question Tags
  410. Verb and THAT-clause
  411. Indirect Questions
  412. Simple Past Tense with Past Continuous Tense
  413. Type 1 Conditionals
  414. Type 2 Conditionals
  415. Type 3 Conditionals
  416. Adjective and TO-Infinitive
  417. EASY and TO-Infinitive
  418. ADVERB and TO-Infinitive
  419. ENOUGH with TO-Infinitive
  420. Sentences of Exclamations
  421. Verb and Noun with ING form
  422. Verb and Pronoun with ING form
  423. Verb and noun with bare infinitive
  424. Verb and pronoun with bare infinitive
  425. VERB and HOW with TO-Infinitive
  426. VERB and WHERE with TO-Infinitive
  427. Verb and noun with noun,
  428. Verb and pronoun with noun
  429. Use of SO and NOT in place of THAT-CLAUSES
  430. Auxiliary Verb and Subject
  432. SO and ADVERB with THAT-CLAUSE
  436. Noun-Clauses introduced by IT
  438. Conversation related to SAYING HELLO
  439. Conversation related to INTRODUCING PEOPLE
  440. Conversation related to SAYING GOOD-BYE
  441. Conversation related to THANKS-GIVING
  442. Conversation related to MAKING AN APOLOGY
  443. Conversation related to GOOD WISHES
  444. Conversation related to CONGRATULATIONS
  445. Conversation related to SYMPATHY
  446. Conversation related to OFFERS
  447. Conversation related to INVITATIONS
  448. Conversation related to REQUESTS
  449. Conversation related to ADVICE
  450. Conversation related to SUGGESTIONS
  451. Conversation related to PERMISSION
  452. Conversation related to DECISIONS and INTENTIONS
  453. Conversation related to OPINIONS
  454. Conversation related to MEETING PEOPLE
  455. Conversation related to SAYING GOODBYE
  456. Conversation related to ASKING DIRECTIONS
  457. Conversation related to SHOPPING
  458. Conversation related to GETTING ON THE BUS
  459. Conversation related to MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS
  460. Conversation AT THE CLINIC OF A DOCTOR
  461. Conversation AT THE RESTAURANT
  462. Conversation AT THE BANK
  463. Conversation AT THE POST OFFICE
  464. Conversation IN THE CLASSROOM
  465. Conversation ON THE PHONE
  466. Conversation OVER A PHONE
  467. Phrases used when introducing Quotations
  468. Phrases used when introducing Paraphrases
  469. Spelling Rules
  470. English Words Spelling Rules
  471. Spelling Rules for English Words
  472. Spelling Rules for English Vocabulary
  473. Words Often Misspelled
  474. English Vocabulary Spelling Rules
  475. Punctuation
  476. How to use Full Stops?
  477. How to use Question Marks?
  478. How to use Exclamation Marks?
  479. How to use Commas?
  480. How to use Semicolons?
  481. How to use Colons?
  482. How to use Apostrophes?
  483. Where to use Capital Letters?
  484. How to use Quotation Marks?
  485. How to use Inverted Commas?
  486. Word-Building
  487. List of Prefixes
  488. Complete List of Prefixes
  489. The Complete List of Prefixes
  490. Suffixes and Nouns
  491. Nouns for Jobs and Other Activities
  492. Suffixes and Abstract Nouns
  493. Suffixes and Diminutives
  494. Suffixes and Adjectives
  495. Suffixes and Verbs
  496. Suffixes and Adverbs
  497. Compound Words
  498. Compound Words with ADJECTIVE and ADJECTIVE
  499. Compound Words with ADJECTIVE and NOUN
  500. Compound Words with ADJECTIVE and VERB
  501. Compound Words with ADVERB and ADJECTIVE
  502. Compound Words with ADVERB and VERB
  503. Compound Words with ADVERB and NOUN
  504. Compound Words with GERUND and NOUN
  505. Compound Words with NOUN and ADJECTIVE
  506. Compound Words with NOUN and ADVERB
  507. Compound Words with NOUN and NOUN
  508. Compound Words with NOUN and VERB
  509. Compound Words with VERB and NOUN
  510. Compound Words with VERB and ADVERB
  511. Sentences to be Punctuated
  512. Sentences with PREFIXES and SUFFIXES
  513. Formation of Compound Words
  514. Formation of Nouns from Verbs
  515. Formation of Abstract Nouns from Concrete Nouns
  516. Formation of Nouns from Adjectives
  517. Formation of Adjectives from Nouns
  518. Formation of Verbs from Nouns
  519. Formation of Verbs from Adjectives
  520. Formation of Adjectives from Verbs
  521. Formation of Nouns
  524. Formation of Antonyms by adding a Prefix
  525. Formation of Antonyms by changing the suffix
  526. Formation of Antonyms by a completely new word

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