What is GRAMMAR?

We humans want to communicate. Share our thoughts and ideas. For this we need a language. And every language needs a grammar for its proper use. Grammar is a pre-defined structure of any language. It is the syntax to arrange the words and phrases in a meaningful way. This meaningful arrangement is called a sentence.

Let us understand with an example:
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Sentence 1: Is boy a he

This sentence has all parts required to form the correct meaningful sentence. But due to lack of correct order no meaning can be derived.

Sentence 2: He is a boy

Now all the parts are at the correct place according to the structure of grammar. Thus the message is clear.

This is the power of grammar. So when we want to convey a message, having correct vocabulary or words to express it is not enough. Placing those words in the correct structure of grammar is of utmost importance to convey the message correctly.

Noun:

Anything that has name (name, place and thing). Learn plural, types, gender and cases.

Pronoun:

Words used in place of nouns to avoid repetition. Learn types and rules.

Adjective:

Words that tell about the noun or adds to the meaning of the noun. Learn types, degree, formation and rules.

Adverb:

Words that something to the meaning of a verb, adjective or another adverb. Learn types, formation, their placement and rules.

Prepositions:

Words that show positional relation of a noun or a pronoun within a sentence.

Conjunctions:

Words that join other words, phrases and clauses. Learn types and rules.

Interjections:

Words that occurs as an utterance on its own and expresses a spontaneous feeling or reaction.

Articles:

Words that define a noun as specific or unspecific.

Verb:

These are action words in a sentence. Learn their types, rules and uses.

Tense:

Tense tells us about the time and state of verb in a sentence.

Narration:

Learn Direct and Indirect reporting.

Voice:

Voice of a verb tells whether the subject of the sentence performs or receives the action.

Clauses:

It is a word or group of words with a separate grammar and rules.