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Grammar is a description of the way a language works. Each language has its own grammar. English grammar is the set of rules within the English Language itself. These lessons on English grammar will help you to learn how English should be used. Most of the lessons include videos to make your learning easier.

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The lessons here include: Parts of Speech, Parts of Sentence, Types of Sentences, Sentence Patterns, Sentence Diagramming, English Games and English Glossary.

Parts of Speech

The Parts of Speech - Learn to recognize the eight parts of speech (nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections) and how it helps you to communicate your ideas and thoughts to others.


Nouns Words Used as Names Common Nouns
Proper Nouns Countable Nouns and Uncountable Nouns
Singular Nouns and Plural Nouns Collective Nouns
Abstract Nouns Gender Nouns
Compound Nouns Possessive Nouns


Pronouns Substitutes for Nouns Personal Pronouns subject and object pronouns
Reflexive Pronouns self, -selves Possessive Pronouns his, hers, mine, ours, theirs
Relative Pronouns who, which, that, whose Interrogative Pronouns who, what, which, where, whose, whom, how
Demonstrative Pronouns this, these, that, those Indefinite Pronouns one, none, all, some, nobody, somebody, any, anyone


Verbs Action Verbs, Linking Verbs and Auxiliary Verbs The Verb "Be" Present Tense, Past Tense, Present Perfect Tense
Simple Present Tense Simple Past Tense Regular Verbs
Simple Past Tense Irregular Verbs Simple Future Tense
Past Participle Present Perfect Tense
Past Perfect Tense Future Perfect Tense
Present Participle Present Continuous Tense
Past Continuous Tense Future Continuous Tense
Present Perfect Continuous Tense Past Perfect Continuous Tense
Future Perfect Continuous Tense Summary of Verb Tenses
Modal Verbs Modal Verbs Examples can, could, must, may, might, should, will, would, and ought to.


Adjectives Modifies a Noun or Noun Phrase or Pronoun
Comparative Adjectives
Superlative Adjectives Articles a, an, the
Demonstrative Adjectives  

Adverbs, Prepositions, Conjunctions, and Interjections

Adverbs Modifies Verbs, Adjectives & other Adverbs Prepositions Words That Show a Relationship
Conjunctions Connecting Words Interjections Exclamatory Words

English Lessons in Videos

Parts of Speech 1 Parts of Speech 2
Subordinate Conjunctions Conjunctive Adverbs
Using the Semicolon Commonly Misspelled Words


The Parts of Sentence Learn how to recognise what a sentence is and how its parts fit together to communicate a complete thought.
Subject and Predicate Complete Subject and Complete Predicate, Simple Subject and Simple Predicate, Compound Subject and Compound Predicate
How to Find the Subject of a Sentence? Sentence Fragments How to recognize and avoid sentence fragments?
Types of Sentences Declarative, Imperative, Interrogative and Exclamatory. Sentence Patterns Normal Order and Inverted Order

Sentence Diagramming

Sentence Diagramming Subject and Predicate Noun and Verb Phrase Exercises
Sentence Diagramming Noun and Verb Phrase Sentence Diagramming Compound Subject and Predicate I
Sentence Diagramming Compound Subject and Predicate II Sentence Diagramming Subject and Predicate in Compound Sentence
Sentence Diagramming Prepositional Phrase Sentence Diagramming Direct and Indirect Object
Sentence Diagramming Predicate Nominative Sentence Diagramming Appositive Phrase I
Sentence Diagramming Appositive Phrase II Verbal Phrases
Sentence Diagramming Gerund Phrase Sentence Diagramming Infinitive Phrase I
Sentence Diagramming Infinitive Phrase II Sentence Diagramming Participial Phrase

English Games

Vocabulary Games SAT Word List, Quiz, Vocabulary Games for Kids, Synonyms, Antonyms, Homonyms, Multiple Meaning Words or Words in Context, Analogies Grammar Games Grammar Games for Kids, Prefixes and Suffixes, Root Words
Spelling Games Spelling Skills, Adventure Spelling Games Word Puzzles Word Puzzles, Scrambled Words, Jumbled Words, Anagrams, Cryptograms
Word Search Puzzles Word Search Puzzles on different Topics :Places, Animals, Countries, Cartoons, Shapes, Colors Word Games Hangman, Word Search, Crossword Puzzles, Typing Games

English Glossary

Abstract Nouns Action Verb
Adjective Clauses Adjectives
Adverb Clause Adverbs
Articles Auxiliary Verbs
Causative Verbs Collective Nouns
Common Gender Nouns Common Nouns
Comparative Adjectives Comparative Adverbs
Complete Predicate Complete Subject
Complex Sentences Compound Nouns
Compound Predicate Compound Sentences
Compound Subject Conditional Sentences Future, Present, Past Conjunctions
Conjunctive Adverbs Coordinating Conjunctions
Correlative Conjunctions Countable Nouns

Declarative Sentence Demonstrative Adjectives
Demonstrative Pronouns Dependent Clause
Direct Objects Direct Speech
Embedded Questions Exclamatory Sentence
Feminine Nouns First Person Pronouns
Future Tense Future Continuous Tense
Future Perfect Tense Future Perfect Continuous Tense
Gender Nouns Gerunds
Helping Verbs Heteronyms
Heterophones Homonyms
Imperative Sentence Indefinite Adjectives
Indefinite Pronouns Independent Clause
Idiomatic Modal Verbs Indirect Objects
Indirect Speech Infinitives
Interjections Interrogative Adjectives
Interrogative Pronouns Interrogative Sentence
Inverted Order Sentences Irregular Plurals
Irregular Verbs Linking Verbs
Masculine Nouns Modal Verbs
Modal Helping Verbs  
Neuter Nouns Nominative Pronouns
Nonrestrictive Clause Noun Clauses
Nouns Normal Order Sentences
Object of the Preposition Object Pronouns
Objective Personal Pronouns  
Past Continuous Tense Past Participles
Past Perfect Tense Past Perfect Continuous Tense
Past Tense Parts of Sentence
Parts of speech Parts of Verbs
Passive Voice Passive Voice Past, Present, Future Tense
Passive Voice Present Perfect, Present Continuous, Past Continuous Tense Passive Voice Modal Verbs, Infinitives, Gerunds Personal Pronouns
Plural Nouns Possessive Adjectives
Possessive Nouns Possessive Pronouns
Predicate Predicate Nominative
Prepositional Phrases Prepositions
Present Continuous Tense Present Participle
Present Perfect Tense Present Perfect Continuous Tense
Present Tense Primary Helping Verbs
Pronouns Proper Nouns
Reflexive Pronouns Regular Verbs
Relative Pronouns Relative Clause
Restrictive Clause  
Second Person Pronouns Sentence Fragments
Sentence Patterns Sentence Types
Simple Future Tense Simple Predicate
Simple Past Tense Simple Present Tense
Simple Subject Singular Nouns
Subject Subject Pronouns
Subject-Verb Agreement Subjective Personal Pronoun
Subordinate Conjunctions Superlative Adjectives
Tag Questions Third Person Pronouns
Tongue Twisters Types of Sentences
Uncountable Nouns
Verb "Be" Verb Phrases
Verbal Phrases Verbs
Verbs - Present Tense  

What is the part of speech?

Parts of Speech - Nouns and Pronouns
The video includes subject pronouns, object pronouns, possessive pronouns. Parts of Speech - Verbs
The video includes different tenses like present simple, present continuous, past simple and future. Parts of Speech - Adjectives
This video shows different examples of adjectives. Parts of Speech - Adverbs
This video shows different examples of adverbs.

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