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English Grammar is the body of rules describing the properties of the English language. A language is such that its elements must be combined according to certain patterns. This article is concerned with (and restricted to) morphology, the building blocks of language; and syntax, the construction of meaningful phrases, clauses and sentences with the use of morphemes and words.

The grammar of any language is commonly approached in two different ways: descriptive, usually based on a systematic analysis of a large text corpus and describing grammatical structures thereupon; and prescriptive, which attempts to use the identified rules of a given language as a tool to govern the linguistic behaviour of speakers (see Descriptive linguistics and Linguistic prescription). Prescriptive grammar further concerns itself with several open disputes in English grammar, often representing changes in usage over time. This article predominantly concerns itself with descriptive grammar

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Introduction to english grammar tutorials:

Whether students are confident about learning or not many English tutors are diffident about tutoring English grammar. The reason is very simple. English grammar unlike the grammar of hoary languages like Sanskrit and Arabic is not a separate branch of study. English grammar is integrated into the spoken format. So those who speak English grammatically proper are not actually equipped to teach English grammar.

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English grammar tutorials are a separate section by itself and tutors who want to excel in it must master English grammar thoroughly. English grammar tutoring is not all that difficult so as to speak. The tutor will feel jittery only till he or she gets the hang of it. Once he or she settles  down with what he or she has to teach then English grammar tutorials will become a child’s play.

The easiest way to English grammar tutorials is through giving innumerable examples from day to day life. Teaching English grammar will make the job easy for the tutor and the student alike. Tutoring English grammar to native speakers of English is also difficult. Does it sound surprising? Native speakers of English do not stick to grammar rules while they speak and that is the case with the spoken form of any language. English grammar tutorials to native speakers of English are difficult because the tutor has to first make the student unlearn what he or she had already learnt and make them re learn the new rules. For instance “I ain’t don’t have to do it” is common in African American English and it is grammatically wrong. This when corrected the student has to unlearn what he or she has practiced and has to learn the new rules of grammar. And at the same time English grammar tutorials to the non native speakers is relatively easy because it is like writing on a clean slate

Conclusion on English Grammar Tutorials:

English grammar tutorials are not all that dry as any tutor might imagine it to be. The tutor can make even English grammar tutorials interesting like a play or short story by giving spicy examples and make the sessions interesting.

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Grammar is very important for the correct usage of any language. It is used for the correction of mistakes and also for the  removal of particular difficulties experienced by the students for  the mastery of any language.


Words are classified according to the particular work they do in a sentence. The particular work which a word does is called its function. The Parts of Speech are the classes into which words are divided according to their function in a sentence.

There are eight parts of speech:-

1. Noun                                2. Pronoun

3. Adjective                          4. Verb

5. Adverb                             6. Preposition

7. Conjunction                      8. Interjection

English Grammar Chart (parts of Speech)

1. Noun: A noun is the name of a person, place or thing.

The word 'thing' means all objects that we can see, hear, smell, touch or taste, or something that we can think of.

e.g. 1. Asoka was a noble king.

       2. The sun rises in the east.

The italicised words in the above examples are nouns.

2. Pronoun: A pronoun is a word used instead of a noun.

e.g. As Raman is ill, he will not come to school.

       They will go the market today.

3. Adjective: An adjective is a word used to qualify or describe a noun, or, in other words, an Adjective is a word that is used to add something to the meaning of a noun or a pronoun.

E.g. 1.The rose is a beautiful flower.

       2. Twenty soldiers were killed.

 4. Verb: A Verb is a word used for saying something about  a person, place, or thing. In other words, action words are called Verbs.

E.g. 1. The poor girl cried bitterly.

        2. Mumbai is a  big city.

English Grammar Chart - Parts of Speech (continued)

5. Adverb: An adverb is a word which qualifies a verb, adjective or another adverb. In other words, an Adverb is used to describe a verb.

E.g. 1. The poor girl girl cried bitterly.

        2. He runs quickly.

        3. The painting is very beautiful.

6. Preposition: A Preposition is a word used with a Noun or Pronoun to show its relation to some other words in the sentence.

e.g. 1. The cat is lying on the table.

       2. Sita is fond of music.

7. Conjunction: A conjunction is a word used to join together words, phrases or sentences.

E.g. 1. Two and two make four. (Words)

        2. He was a man of courage but of no reputation. (Phrases)

        3. She is fond of music, but hates dancing. (Sentences)

8: Interjection: An interjection is an exclamatory word, denoting some sudden feeling.

E.g. 1. Hurrah! we have won the match.

       2. Alas! poor Kamala is dead.



English Grammar Chart - Usage of same Word Differently

A word must be classified according to its function in the particular sentence in which it is used, and not according to its appearance. The same word does not always belong to the same Part of Speech; as it changes its function, so it changes its classification.

1. He threw a stone at the bird. (Noun)

2. The prison was made of stone walls. (Adjective)

3. Stone him to death. (Verb)

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Learning English grammar is very important for a person who wants to learn English. There are so many lessons to learn English grammar. It is not possible to define each and every lesson in this short article. But we are going to try to cover all the important lessons and practice some home work sessions to understand the related topics perfectly. Some important lessons are as follows:

English Grammar Homework - Important Lessons

Tense: There are three types of tense, Present tense, past tense and future tense.
When the verb refers to present time that is called present tense.
When the verb refers to past time that is called past tense.
When the verb refers to future time that is called future tense.

These three tenses are also four types:

  • Simple
  • Continuous
  • Perfect
  • Perfect Continuous


Present Tense

Past tense

Future Tense

Simple Tense

I write a letter.

He writes a letter.

They write a letter.

He wrote a letter.

They wrote a letter.

We went to Manali.

I shall go to London.

He will go to college.

 They will eat fruits.

Continuous Tense

I am going to school.

They are doing their home work.

He was drinking milk.

We were playing cricket.

He will be teaching him.

I will be going to Delhi.

Perfect Tense:

They have gone to Delhi.

She has gone to market.

We had gone for picnic.

They had gone to play cricket.

She will have learned French language.

I shall have written my exercise by then.

Perfect Continuous Tense

You have been speaking.

They had been living here for past ten years.

You will have been speaking.

English Grammar Homework - Exercise

Practice homework:

Choose the more suitable forms of the verbs to fill in the blanks:
(a)   The plane ------------ at 4: 35. ( will arrive, arrives)
(b)   I will phone you when he -------- back. (comes, will come)
(c)   Perhaps we ----------- Chennai next month.(visit, will visit)
(d)   I ----------- home next Saturday.(go, am going)
(e)   I am sure she ---------- the exam.(passes, will pass)
(f)    The next term --------- on 16th November. (begins, is beginning)
(g)   Unless, we ------------ now we can’t be on time.( start, will start)
(h)   Help! I -------- fall.(will fall, am going to fall)

Answer: (a) arrives (b) comes (c) will visit (d) am going (e) will pass (f) begins (g) start (h) am going to fall

English Grammar Homework - Active and Passive Voice

)Active and Passive voice: we can understand this by this example:

      (1) Hari teaches Neha.
      (2) Neha is taught by Hari.

These two sentences express the same meaning. But the difference is:

In sentence 1 the form of the verb shows that the person denoted by the subject does something.
Hari,(the person denoted by the subject) does some thing.

In sentence 2 the form of the verb shows that something is done to the person denoted by the subject.
Something is done to Hari (the person denoted by the subject)

Practice home work:

Change the following sentences from active voice into passive voice:

(a)  I love my pet.
(b)  The cat killed the mouse.
(c)  Some boys were helping the wounded man.
(d)  Some one has stolen my bag.
(e)  His teacher praised him.
(f)   Boys were teasing the dog.
(g)  I have sold my old car.
(h)  The police caught the thief.

Answer: (a) My pet is loved by me. (b) The mouse is killed by the cat. (c) The wounded man was being helped by some boys. (d) My bag has been stolen. (e) He was praised by his teacher. (f) The dog was being teased by boys. (g) My old car has been sold by me. (h) The thief is caught by the police.

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