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What are the main Grammar Rules to remember and how to start learning English Grammar? 

If you feel this blog post sounds challenging or difficult to grasp, don’t worry! we’ll do our best to make this journey fun, engaging, and totally understandable

Let’s have a look at the grammar rules:

Grammar Rule #1: Subject-Verb Agreement:


Singular subject: She plays the piano.
Plural subject: They play soccer.

Grammar Rule #2: Nouns and Pronouns:

Nouns refers to (people, places, things, and ideas). Pronouns, on the other hand, replace nouns to avoid repetition. For instance:

Noun: Emma is a talented singer.
Pronoun: She is a talented singer.

Grammar Rule #3: Present and Past Tenses:

The present tense is for actions happens regularly, while the past tense is for actions that have already happened. For example:

Present tense: I eat an apple every day.
Past tense: Yesterday, I ate an apple.

But, these are not the only English grammar tenses to know. There are the perfect tense, future tense, and more. I recommend checking this page if you need a detailed summary description of each topic with exercises and tests.  

Grammar Rule #4: Adjectives and Adverbs:

Adjectives are always with nouns and Adverbs are always with verbs.

You need to use Adjectives to describe how something looks, feels, or tastes. Whereas Adverbs are used to describe verbs and provide information about how an action is performed.

For instance:
Adjective: She has a beautiful smile.
Adverb: She sings beautifully.

Grammar Rule #5: Capitalization:

when it comes to writing, you need to capitalize names, places, and the start of sentences. For example:

Name: Sarah loves to read books by Roald Dahl.
Place: I live in New York City.

Grammar Rule #6: Punctuation Power:

Punctuation marks are really important as they connect between sentences and parts in the same sentence. They guide the readers on when to pause, stop, or get excited! The most common punctuation marks are periods, question marks, exclamation points, and commas.

Grammar Rule #7: Singular and Plural Forms:

There are several rules to follow when it comes Singular and Plural Nouns. For example:

Singular: I have one cat.
Plural: I have two cats.

Grammar Rule #8: Contractions:

Instead of writing the complete form, you may use the contraction form, such as:

I am = I’m

She is = She’s

Grammar Rule #9: Articles (a, an, the):

Using articles help us specify and identify nouns.

“A” and “an” are used for general or non-specific nouns.

“the” is used for specific or known nouns.

A: “I have a book.”
An: “I saw an elephant.”
The: “The book is on the table.”

Grammar Rule #10: Prepositions:

Prepositions are really important and need to be used to provide details and clarifications, they tell us about the position or relationship between things. Some common prepositions include “in,” “on,” “at,” “under,” and “between.”

Grammar Rule #11: Possessive Forms:

When something belongs to someone or something else, we use an apostrophe and an “s” to show possession. For instance:
“The boy’s hat” (the hat belongs to the boy).


So, basically, the mentioned Grammar rules are not mentioned in details and if you need to know more details, I recommend doing self learning or join some online tutoring platforms such as and or walking to some language centers to learn and communicate with others. Besides, if you have any questions regarding the use of grammar, you’re most welcome to let me know..

I hope you managed to get the overall idea of today’s blog post, ‘the main Grammar Rules’. Among the mentioned grammar rules, which are difficult for you to practice? and how do you prefer to practice learning? Any tips and tricks to share with us in the comment section? 🤗

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