Grammar

Grammar is the framework of a language. It sets out the relationship between the elements, the words, of a language. In so far as languages are logical, grammar is the science of language. Not all languages are the same but the words of any language bear a particular relationship to each other and have usages unique to that language. In short, languages are defined by their grammar

A knowledge of grammar is gained by learning about the various "parts of speech". These parts of speech are the various classifications of or identities assigned to words. It is not necessary to have a deep understanding of grammar in order to use a language. This is the same as using the products of technology without knowing the underlying science which enabled their production. However, grammar is interesting and a knowledge of it improves the ability to use a language effectively.

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Grammar

Sentences

Nouns

Pronouns

Adjectives

Verbs

Adverbs

Prepositions

Conjunctions

Interjections

Punctuation

A SHORT ENGLISH GRAMMAR

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