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ENGLISH GRAMMAR
Grammar Topics
  Alphabet
  Vowels & Consonants
  Word Building
  Sentences
  Articles
  Cardinal-Ordinal Numbers
  Parts of speech
  Noun
  Pronoun
  Verb
  Adverb
  Adjective
  Preposition
  Conjunction
  Interjection
  Tenses
  Opposites
  Active & Passive Voice
  Direct & Indirect Speech
  Vocabulary building
   
   
  ENGLISH GRAMMAR  
Alphabet
Vowels & Consonants
Word Building
Sentences
Articles
Cardinal-Ordinal Numbers
Noun
Pronoun
Verb
Adverb
Adjective
Preposition
Conjunction
Interjection
Tenses
Opposites
Active & Passive Voice
Direct & Indirect Speech
Vocabulary
How to Improve English Grammar?
Improve English Grammar

"Grammar is the body of rules that describe the structure of expressions in the English language."

English is understood in most parts of the planet, and its importance is increasing in our daily lives. Learning grammar can be hard if we don't really know how to speak English. Improve your grammar by continuous practice.

English grammar is the body of rules that describe the structure of expressions in the English language. This includes the structure of words, phrases, clauses, and sentences. A strong grasp of English grammar is therefore of the greatest importance in Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking English Language.

Most non-native English speakers make grammatical mistakes while speaking in English. Improving grammar takes time and effort but it is well worth it. Here are some tips which will help you improve English grammar.

Here are few tips to improve Grammar in English Language:

Understand the sentence making blocks
  Main Iopic Understand eight word classes
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First of all, it is important to know the different building blocks of grammar. These are eight word classes, or parts of speech, that are distinguished in English like nouns, pronouns, articles, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions and interjections.

  Main Iopic Understand general idea of sentence
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When you're trying to learn English grammar, it's not enough to understand general idea of what you read. You'll need to understand exactly why each sentence is written that way. When you read a sentence, ask yourself if you can make similar sentences. If you can't or you're not sure, find text book exercises for those grammar points and practice.

Pay attention on structures of sentence
  Main Iopic Pay attention to sentence structures
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When you read an article, journal or watch a movie, it is important to pay attention to how sentences are constructed. Try to convert into different word classes of Grammar and analyze them. This practice helps ingrain different sentence structures and will help your spoken and written English.

  Main Iopic Avoid use of complicated grammar
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When you write or speak your own thoughts, avoid complicated grammar initially. When you translate, you have to work with whatever is on the page, even if the grammar is difficult. Start translating simple things and then move to newspapers and magazine articles. Translating Television programs dialog in plays is another good way to practice.

Practice when you can
  Main Iopic Practice to make sentences
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As an English learner, it is extremely important for you to talk in English at any given opportunity. If you do not have partners to practice with, then try to speak in front of the mirror or speak with yourself when you are alone..

  Main Iopic Grammar exercises
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Grammar exercises will help you to find out your weaknesses. These exercises are freely available on the internet. It is only after you are able to correctly assess your weaknesses that you will be able to rectify them.

English Grammar Practice work
English Alphabet
 
Vowels and Consonants
 
Word Building
 
Types of Sentences
Articles in English Grammar
 
Types of Numbers
 
Parts of Speech
 
Types of Noun
Types of Pronoun
 
Types of Verbs
 
Types of Adverb
 
Types of Adjective
Types of Preposition
 
Types of Conjunctions
 
Types of Interjections
 
Types of Tenses
Opposites Prefix Suffix
 
Types of Voices
 
Types of Speeches
 
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