13 GRAMMAR TERMS AND DEFINITIONS FOR A QUICK GO!

We give you a shortlist of Grammar terms and definitions for you to look at and take a glance at all of them, all at once!

  1. Noun

First of all the grammar terms and definitions is the Noun. A noun is everything that talks about a Name, place, animal, object, concept, etc. You can make out a noun if that word is like America, Kevin, Tiger, Table, teacher, student, etc. Something that you can see or touch is called a Concrete Noun. Something that you cannot see or touch is called an Abstract Noun, for example, sadness or regret. Something that you can count is called Countable Nouns and something that you cannot count is called Uncountable Noun, like water, happiness. 

  1. Verbs

Second of all the grammar terms and definitions is the Verb. A verb is something that describes an action or a state, for example, to play, to work, to study, to read, etc. Ab verb describes the action.

  1. Adjectives

An adjective performs the function to describe a noun or a pronoun. For example, words like hard, black, huge, Latin, etc. 

  1. Adverbs

An adverb performs the function to modify a verb, adverbs can be made out through words like softly, often, fastly, etc.

  1. Articles

‘A, an, the’ are three types of articles wherein the indefinite articles are ‘a’ and ‘an’, whereas the definite article is ‘the’.

  1. Participles

Participles are nothing but verbs with ‘-ing’ and ‘-ed’ forms. The Present Participle is the ‘-ing’ form and the ‘-ed’ form is called the Past Participle.

  1. Phrases

A group of words that does not include a subject and its verb is called phrases, for example, under the desk, the child with glasses, etc.

  1. Clauses

Clauses are nothing but a group of words that consist of a subject and its verb, for example, It got dark when she left.

  1. Conjunctions

Conjunctions are the words that connect words, phrases, and clauses, for example, but, if, and.

  1. Interjections

Interjections are words with exclamation marks put into an utterance that does not disturb the grammatical connection, for example, Oh!, Ah!, ouch!

  1. Prepositions

Prepositions are words like to, at, in, over, etc, and usually, they are placed before a noun, and they provide details and information about things like place, time, and direction.

  1. Pronouns

Pronouns are words that replace a noun without changing the grammatical meaning, for example, words like I, me, they, you, he, him, etc.

  1. Sentences

A Sentence is a group of words that collectively express a thought, it always gives a statement, or even a question, an exclamation, or a command. A sentence usually contains a subject and a predicate.

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