NEVER FORGET THESE TOP 10 GRAMMAR RULES

In order to avoid mistakes  English Grammar, it is essential that you know these top 10 Grammar rules. Let us understand all of them with examples:

  • Every sentence begins with a capital letter and it ends with a full stop, a question mark, or even an exclamation mark.

For example:

  1. The book is on the table.
  2. What did you just say?
  3. That girl is full of surprises!
  • Every sentence must consist of a subject and a verb, an object stays optional. Remember that imperative can include only a verb, however, the subject in the sentence stays understood.

For example:

  1. Elena sings.
  2. Elena sings English songs.
  3. Ohh! (Ohh damn!)
  • Normally, adjectives come before a noun, except for the part where the adjective is separated from the noun by the verb.

For example:

  1. I have a huge farm.
  2. Her family is rich.
  3. He ran away with a beautiful Canadian woman.
  • Basic positive sentences have an order of the Subject-Verb-Object, whereas, Negative and question sentences have a different order.

For example:

  1. She hates men.
  2. They were watching a movie till midnight.
  • Use a singular verb, when two singular subjects are connected by ‘or’. It is the same for words like either/or and neither/too.

For example:

  1. Neither Kevin nor Henry was on time.
  2. Either petrol or diesel is fine.
  • Remember that the words ‘its’ and ‘it’s’ have two different meanings.

For example:

  1. The lizard grows its tail.
  2. Mom says it’s time to eat.
  • The words ‘you’ and ‘you’re’ have two different meanings. 

For example:

  1. Here are your car keys.
  2. You’re terrible at drawing.
  • The words ‘there, there, and they’re’ have different meanings.

For example:

  1. It’s their new house.
  2. There was somebody in her room.
  3. What makes you think that they’re leaving us?
  • ‘He’s, She’s, it’s’ have different meanings.

For example:

  1. He is not listening to you.
  2. He has completed the assignment.
  3. She has left the party.
  4. She is left to submit her homework.
  5. Kevin is a divorcee.
  6. Nina has killed her uncle.
  • A Proper Noun is spelled with an initial capital letter.

For example:

  1. Are you in America?
  2. Have you spoken to Joseph?
  3. Have you visited Japan?

The above mentioned were the top 10 grammar rules you must never forget to achieve fluency.

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