What do you think of grammar?

What do you think of grammar? Are you one of those people who thinks grammar is so complicated and hard to understand? Are you one of those people who thinks he/she should memorize the rules of grammar to be able to speak or write correctly? I’m here to talk about my own experience of learning grammar. You know, I believe we shouldn’t memorize the structures or rules of a language. When we start watching movies and reading books, we learn the grammatical points without noticing. That’s why sometimes you know that a sentence is not correct, but you don’t know why! Because you know that you have never seen or heard that structure. I recommend learning grammar in context, and not as a separate boring course. Whenever you watch a movie, pay attention to the way they talk, write and repeat the practical sentences several times. Whenever you read a book, pay close attention to the sentences and read the same page as many times as you need. This is one way, and I think one of the best ways, to learn the structure of a language without studying it. But people are different, and their needs and desires are different, too. Some people learn better by studying the structures. If you are one of those people, it’s ok. You can read different grammar books like Betty Azar, Modern English, Grammar in use, etc.

In the PowerPoint part of the site, I prepared some grammar PowerPoints that you can enjoy using. Wish you the best of luck.


Passive We often use the passive: when we prefer not to mention who or what does the action (for example, it’s not known,...

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Should Should + infinitive (should watch, should go, should do, …) You should do something = it is a good thing to do,...

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Future We use am/is/are + -ing for the future(tomorrow/next week/etc): Andrew is playing tennis tomorrow. I’m not working next week. I’m doing something...

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Coordinate conjunctions What is a coordinate conjunction? Coordinating conjunctions connect grammatically equal elements. There are seven coordinating conjunctions: for, and, nor, but, or,...

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Simple present

Simple present Something that is a routine, and you do it every day, every week, every month, every year, etc. It also expresses...

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Parts of speech

Writing skills Nouns Different types of nouns Common nouns Proper nouns  Abstract nouns Concrete nouns Countable nouns Uncountable nouns Singular nouns Plural nouns...

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Past perfect

Past perfect Past perfect is used when the speaker is talking about two different events at two different times in the past, and...

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Present perfect

Present perfect Have/has + past participle Present perfect tense expresses the situations that began in the past, continued to the present, and may...

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