Grammar Lessons

Pronouns

Just like stunt doubles for actors in action movies, pronouns are stunt doubles for nouns. They're ready to take actions when nouns are not there!

Pronouns in English Grammar

12 articles

Tenses

Do you want to know how to talk about an action or event that happened a few seconds, a few years or even hundreds and thousands of years in the past or future?

Grammatical Tense in English

15 articles

Modals and Semi-modals

In the country of verbs, 'modals' is one of its states where its population are special kinds of verbs. They have their own rules and behave differently.

Modals in English Grammar

10 articles

Verbs, Moods and Voice

'Verb' originally meant 'word' in archaic languages. In the world of grammar, verbs are the second most populated country after nouns. Start your journey!

Verbs in English Grammar

18 articles

Nouns

Noun is the most populated country in the world of grammar. It is the first stepping stone of learning any new languages. So without further ado start learning!

Nouns in English Grammar

12 articles

Adjectives and Adverbs

Adjectives and adverbs are luxury words. You spend them to make your speech descriptive and lush. Adjectives decorate the nouns; adverbs ornament the verbs.

Adjectives and Adverbs in English Grammar

16 articles

Determiners

Nouns usually don't want to be alone. The determiners are nouns' best friends. They are little words that come before nouns and give information about them.

Determiners in English Grammar

6 articles

Words, Sentences and Clauses

'I am' is the shortest complete sentence in the English language. If you want to know how to make the simplest or the most complicated sentence, start reading!

Words, Sentences and Clauses

29 articles

Prepositions and Conjunctions

If you hear a person yell 'at!,' you'd probably think they're crazy! Prepositions are words that are basically meaningless unless they are used in a phrase.

Prepositions and Conjunctions

10 articles


Frequently asked questions

Here, we tackle a list of questions about the intricacies of English grammar such as the difference between words, or the correct ways to use a particular word (by itself or versus another word). And we have provided a brief answer to all these questions you can possibly have about grammatical notions. If you don’t find the questions you’re looking for, you can send it via ‘contact us’ page.

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