Grammar is the foundation of any language; the better the grammar is the best will be language. Each one of us is learning grammar since childhood but uptill now face problems many a times while using it to frame the sentences. The most common grammatical error is the incorrect use of “Articles” followed by framing the sentences in & future tense.
To get rid of this problem Englishleap.com, in its free resource, has introduced the explanation & correct usage of few common grammar concepts like Articles, Tenses, Conjunctions, Interjections, Prepositions, Determiners, Quantifiers etc. followed by grammar rules.
The grammar concepts are well explained in a very simple & comprehensible language. The explanation includes definition, Types (if any), usage & examples. Thus the learner gets absolute details on a topic.
The first topic covered in this section is “Adjective”. It starts with the definition followed by the types of adjectives & then the list of adjectives. While describing the types of Adjectives, at first their description is given to make the learners understand where they can fit into a sentence, then the examples are stated to ensure that the concept is well understood.
Similarly the explanation on various types of Tenses is given. This topic illustrates the situation where the particular tense is used. Then the methodology of framing Positive Sentences, Negative Sentences & Interrogative statements is given escorted with a lot of examples. Thus it is ensured that the learner gets a brief overview of the usage of specified “tense”. This segment comprise of the explanation & examples of all the twelve types of Tenses. Likewise the description of Adverbs, Nouns, Adverbs, Direct & Reported Speech, and Independent & Dependent Clauses is given.
At last there is a segment named “Grammar Rules” which tells us the rules to avoid top most grammatical mistakes like usage of Subject Verb Agreement, Possessive Nouns, Comparison of adjectives, Punctuation Mistakes & Singular Plural. It confers the situation where the learners are confused while using these concepts & later explains their correct usage with examples. Thus the entire concept is elucidated.