Introduction to Advanced English
English Grammar is the characteristic of the English Language. It is a language which its properties have to be composed according to the certain rules. So , in this part, we will try to encourage our learners to appreciate the complexity of structural description. We ll also try to help our learners to develop their overall knowledge and understanding of English Grammar and its enjoyable parts.
As we know ,there are historical, social and regional diversities of English. For example, British English and American English have several lexical varieties; however, the grammatical differences are not equally eye-catching. You can also see the differences in British and American English part in our Web-home when appropriate. But we ll try to share generalized present-day Standard English here.
Some learners and teachers who study the language as a part of degree may also get help from our website by sharing their works with us in future.
In first part, we'll take a short look at the word classes to recognise the language. As we know the words in the language belong to different structural classes :
- Articles: a, an, the
- Nouns : pencil(s), computer (s )
- Adjectives : nice, easy, old, new
- Adverbs : slowly, fast, very
- Verbs : see, go, do, sleep
- Quantifiers : some, any, a few, a little
- Comparatives : easier, more popular
- Superlatives: easiest, the most popular
- Prepositions : in, at, on, since, for
Different parts of speech.
A young boy ran fast in the marathon.
prepos. adj. noun verb adverb prepo. article noun