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Welcome to the English grammar page.
The importance of grammar is well-understood. It was Moliere who said, “Grammar, which knows how to control even kings.” Truly, accuracy in speech is a quality that will get you places. Grammar also lets you use English with ease and confidence. There is a great difference between a person who can speak accurate, grammatical English, and a person who speaks the language full of mistakes. The difference is that of confidence, acceptability, and the projected image.
“True ease in writing comes from art, not chance,
As those move easiest who have learned to dance.”
- Alexander Pope, Sound and Sense
Just as those who have learned to dance can move gracefully, those who have learned the rules of grammar can use the language artfully.
However, learning English grammar can be challenging, because there are some queer rules in English. For example, its is a possessive (The cat is black. Its tail is long.), but it’s is a contraction of it is (It’s raining now).
Well, this eccentricity is what makes English grammar fascinating.
English is a language governed by rules that can be learned through understanding and practice. Here is a comprehensive collection of English grammar lessons and exercises. Clicking on each grammar item below will take you to a lesson on that item as well as exercises carefully graded into ‘beginner’, ‘intermediate’ and ‘advanced’. There exercises can cater to the complete beginner as well as a proficient user of English language who might just want to brush up their grammar. Please click the particular area of grammar you need.
- Sentences and their Types
» What is Proper Nouns and Common Nouns?
» What is Singular and Plural Nouns?
» Countable and Uncountable Nouns
» Collective Nouns
» Abstract Nouns and Concrete Nouns
» Gender of Nouns
» Personal Pronouns
» Reflexive Pronouns
» Relative Pronouns
» Possessive Pronouns
» Demonstrative Pronouns
» Indefinite Pronouns
» Interrogative Pronouns
» Reciprocal Pronouns
» Intensive or Emphatic Pronouns
» Formation of Adjectives
» Comparison of Adjectives
» Simple Present Tense
» Present Continuous / Progressive Tense
» Present Perfect Continuous Tense
» Simple Past Tense
» Past Continuous / Progressive Tense
» Past Perfect Tense
» Past Perfect Continuous Tense
» Simple Future Tense
» Future Continuous Tense
» Future Perfect Tense
» Future Perfect Continuous Tense
» Active and Passive Voice
» Subject-Verb Agreement
» Formation of Adverbs
» Prepositions Signifying Time
» Prepositions Denoting Duration
» Prepositions of Time
» Prepositions Denoting Place and Direction
» Omission of the Article
- Reported Speech (Direct and Indirect Speech)
» Parts of Speech Quiz (Beginner)
- Essay Writing Tips and Sample Essays
» Sample Essay : Dreams
» Sample Essay : Is science more evil than good?
» Sample Essay : Man - The greatest enemy of nature
» Sample Essay : The Internet: a boon or a bane for young people?
- Exercises in English Grammar – Sentence Correction (Download PowerPoint presentation file)