Welcome to EnglishClub Grammar - a guide to grammar for lovers of English. Many of these pages also have quizzes to check your understanding. If you still have questions, feel free to ask at our Grammar Help.grammar (noun): the structure and system of a language, or of languages in general, usually considered to consist of syntax and morphology
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Many English verbs are action words, expressing what is happening (do, work). Some verbs are state words, expressing a situation (be, have).
Nouns represent people (teacher, Mary), places (town, Asia) and things (table, music).
An adjective is a word that tells us more about a noun (big, red, expensive).
An adverb tells us more about a verb, an adjective or another adverb (loudly, very).
Determiners are words like the, an, this that come at the beginning of a noun phrase.
A preposition expresses the relationship of a noun or pronoun to another word (at, in, on, from).
Pronouns are small words like you, ours, some that can take the place of a noun.
Conjunctions join two parts of a sentence (and, but, though).
Interjections are short exclamations with no real grammatical value (ah, dear, er, um).
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