Grammar

English Grammar

Grammar is a way to express something. It helps to  put words in proper order in sentence to give proper sense. Madhuri Kherde described lessons of English Grammar. She has 29 years experience of teaching. She is ex Principal of Secondary School. You will get the systematic explanation of the terms with examples. You can take an advantage of systematic and step by step learning of English Grammar to understand better.

Lessons of Grammar are given here which will be useful for-

  • students learning in school,
  • students learning in college,
  • guys who are preparing for competitive exams.

Go thoroughly through all lessons and this will work better.

Parts of Speech

NOUN

  1. Proper Noun
  2. Common Noun
  3. Abstract Noun
  4. Collective Noun for People
  5. Singular and Plural Number
  6. Persons

PRONOUN

  1. Personal Pronouns
  2. Possessive Pronouns
  3. Reflexive Pronouns
  4. Emphatic Pronouns
  5. Relative Pronouns
  6. Interrogative Pronouns
  7. Demonstrative Pronouns
  8. Indefinite Pronouns
  9. Distributive Pronouns

ADJECTIVE

  1. Adjectives of Quantity 
  2. Quality Adjectives 
  3. Adjectives of Number 
  4. Definite  Numeral Adjectives
  5. Indefinite Numeral Adjectives
  6. Interrogative   Adjectives
  7. Demonstrative  Adjectives
  8. Exclamatory  Adjectives
  9. Emphasizing Adjectives

VERB

  1. Forms of Verb
  2. List of Irregular Verbs
  3. List of Verb forms with ‘ed’
  4. Forms of Be in Present Tense
  5. Forms of Be in Past Tense

ADVERB

PREPOSITION – DEFINITION AND LIST

Prepositions ‘on’, ‘in’, ‘at’

CONJUNCTION

Coordinating Conjunctions (FANBOYS)

INTERJECTION

Demonstratives

The Sentence

  1. Assertive sentence
  2. Interrogative sentence
  3. Imperative sentence
  4. Exclamatory Sentence

Tense

Past Tense

Uses of Past Tense

  1. Simple Past Tense
  2. Uses of Simple Past Tense
  3. Past Continuous Tense
  4. Perfect Past Tense
  5. Perfect Continuous Past Tense  

Present Tense

  1. Uses of Present Tense
  2. Simple Present Tense
  3. Present Continuous Tense
  4. Perfect Present Tense
  5. Perfect Continuous Present Tense

Future Tense 

  1. Simple Future Tense
  2. Future Continuous Tense
  3. Perfect Future Tense
  4. Perfect Continuous Future Tense

Active and Passive Voice

  1. Present Simple Tense– Passive Voice
  2. PastSimple Tense – Passive Voice
  3. Future Simple Tense– Passive Voice
  4. Continuous Present Tense– Passive Voice
  5. Past Continuous Tense– Passive Voice
  6. Present Perfect Tense– Passive Voice
  7. Past Perfect Tense– Passive Voice
  8. Future Perfect Tense– Passive Voice