If you want to achieve fluency in English, you will have to build a strong base. If you have started speaking and writing in English, it will be really difficult for you to give out a clear message. Without a proper understanding of English Grammar, you won’t be able to build correct sentences and which is the reason your message will be misinterpreted. If you are a beginner, you should not be stressing too much about getting a stronghold of grammar. Once you start learning the basics and rules, your English abilities will progress faster.
Learning grammar helps you to improve your communication skills and it is important to learn proper sentence structure that will help you to improve your communication skills. People will find it easier to understand you once you talk and write using a simple set of grammar rules.
Grammar rule 1 – NOUNS (SINGULAR AND PLURAL)
Once you begin learning a new language, Nouns will be the first thing you will learn and will come across. Basically, there are two types of nouns – singular and plural. The simplest way to remember is that singular means one and plural means many. Singular nouns refer to one place, person, thing, or idea. On the other hand, the plural is all about multiple people, places, things, and ideas.
- Teacher = teachers
- Drawing = drawings
- Idea = ideas
Grammar rule 2 – PRONOUNS
The nouns in a sentence are replaced by pronouns and the words include I, You, He, She, It, They, We, Us, and Them. When nouns get repetitive in a sentence, we use pronouns without altering the meaning of the sentence.
- She (Lima) eats late at night. (pronoun-she)
- We (Kevin and Jackson) will be late today. (pronoun – we)
Grammar rule 3 – ADJECTIVES
Adjectives are used to describe or modify a noun and they are usually placed in front of the noun.
- A sunny day
- Huge ocean
- Pretty flower
Do not forget to keep these rules in mind!