Basics of Grammar

Basics of grammar refreshes your memory related to grammar skills. It’s recommended to go through the module “Basics of Grammar” before stating Digital Teacher English Language Lab.

  • In this Module (Basics of Grammar) does not cover the entire grammar curriculum, but it covers all the concepts required to start English Language Lab.
  • Strong understanding of grammar is essential to master any language. We urge teachers or lab faculty to ensure that students mandatorily complete this module as a “pre-requisite” of Language Lab.
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Basics of Grammar-1 consists:

Basic of English Grammar Rules, Noun, Pronoun, Verb, Adjective, Adverb, Preposition, Conjuctions, Interjections, Articles, Phrases and Clauses, Type of Sentence Structure.

Basics of grammar refreshes your memory related to grammar skills
Basics of Grammar Adverb
Conjunction is a part of speech that connect two words, phrases, or clasuses.
Basics of Grammar Conjunction
Conjunctions Exapmle: He ate leafy greens, tomatoes, and cucumbers.
Basics of Grammar Conjunctions
Future continuous describes events and/or an action that will continue in the future
Basics of Grammar Future tense perfect continuous
Interjection: Demonstrate emotion, They're typically, though not always followed by an exclamation point. Example include "hurray" "uh-oh" and "alas"
Basics of Grammar Interjection
Nouns Example: This book is filled with intrigue and interest.
Basics of Grammar Nouns Example
A noun is a person, place or thing!
Basics of Grammar Nouns
Past tense is a grammatical tense whose function is to place an action or situation in the past.
Basics of Grammar Past Tense
Pronoun is a word that takes place of a noun, like "I" "you" or "they".
Basics of Grammar Pronoun
Proposition Example: The salt is beside the papper.
Basics of Grammar Proposition
Sentences structure are four types : simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex
Basics of Grammar Sentence structure
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Uses of English verb has a larger number of different forms (am, is, are, was, were, etc.),
Basics of Grammar Verb Forms

Basics of Grammar-2 consists:

Verb forms, Subject and Verb Agreement, Subjects that take Singular Verbs, Tenses, Present Tense, Past Tense, Future Tense, Direct and Indirect Speech, Active and Passive Voice, When to use Active and Passive Voice, How to write a Paragraph, Punctuation Marks, Importance of Good Speech, Welcome Speech, Farewell Speech, Vote of Thanks, Collocations, Collocation – Types and Examples, Prefix and Suffix.

Uses of English verb has a larger number of different forms (am, is, are, was, were, etc.),
Basics of Grammar Verb
Vote of Thanks is an official speech in which a speaker will thank you formally.
Basics of Grammar Vote of Thanks
Basics of grammar refreshes your memory related to grammar skills
Basics of Grammar-1 Basic English Grammer Rules
Direct speech is a report of the exact words used by a speaker or writer and Indirect speech is usually used to talk about the past.
Direct And Indirect Speech
Future tense is the future action that will happen in the upcoming events.
Future tense
Importance of good speech it helps the audience to hear and understand the message clearly.
Importance Of Good Speech
Prefix and suffix meaning with examples
Prefix And Suffix
Preposition is a group words or word which used before introduce an object.
This Apostrophe (') is used to show that certain letters have been omitted from a word.
Punctuation Marks Apostrophe (‘)
This is used to show the difference betweeen two separate ideas or elements within a sentence.
Punctuation Marks Comma ( , )
A welcome speech is a speech given by the host at the beginning of any ceremony
Welcome Speech
A good rule of thumb is to try to put the active voice, unless you truly can't write your sentence in any other way.
When To Use Active and Passive Voice