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wren and martin is good grammar book
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Answered on 06 Feb Learn Spoken English

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yes grammar is very important while you speak as it will make proper sense of what you want to say .
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no, "y" is not a vowel ..we have only 5vowels that is "a", "e", "i","o","u".
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Answered on 02 Feb Learn Spoken English

Anshuma Chugh

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Yes ,it requires to frame a sentence
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Himanshi Thakur

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Yes it is.
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Saloni G.

Mathematics expert with experience of 6 years

The term "grammar" in the context of English language refers to the set of structural rules governing the composition of clauses, phrases, and words in any given language. It's not something that was "framed" by any individual or group in the way a law might be created. Instead, it's a descriptive framework... read more
The term "grammar" in the context of English language refers to the set of structural rules governing the composition of clauses, phrases, and words in any given language. It's not something that was "framed" by any individual or group in the way a law might be created. Instead, it's a descriptive framework that has evolved over centuries as the English language itself has evolved. read less
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Answered on 07 Feb Learn Spoken English

Himanshi Thakur

Experienced teacher in English, German, Python and SQL

Complements in English grammar are words/phrases that are required to help conclude/complete the meaning of a given sentence or expression. They are quite important.
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Savneet

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Answered on 09 Feb Learn Spoken English

Swapan Kumar Manna

Learn, Connect, Transform: An Entrepreneur with 12 years of experience in IT Industry

English grammar presents several challenges for learners due to its complexity, inconsistencies, and numerous exceptions. Some of the key challenges include: Irregular verbs: English has many irregular verbs that do not follow standard conjugation patterns, requiring memorization of their various... read more
English grammar presents several challenges for learners due to its complexity, inconsistencies, and numerous exceptions. Some of the key challenges include: Irregular verbs: English has many irregular verbs that do not follow standard conjugation patterns, requiring memorization of their various forms (e.g., go/went/gone, eat/ate/eaten). Verb conjugation: English verb conjugation can be tricky, especially for non-native speakers, due to the different tenses, moods, and irregularities in conjugation patterns. Pronoun usage: English pronouns have different forms depending on their function in the sentence (subject, object, possessive), and choosing the correct pronoun can be difficult, especially in complex sentences. Articles (a, an, the): Determining when to use indefinite (a, an) or definite (the) articles can be challenging, as their usage depends on context, specificity, and whether the noun is countable or uncountable. Prepositions: English prepositions often have multiple meanings and can be challenging for learners to use correctly in context. Modal verbs: Modal verbs (e.g., can, could, may, might, must, should, would) have diverse meanings and uses, and understanding their nuances and correct usage can be challenging. Sentence structure and punctuation: English sentences can be structured in various ways, and understanding how to punctuate them correctly (e.g., commas, semicolons, colons) is crucial for clarity and grammatical correctness. read less
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Answered on 08 Feb Learn Spoken English

Firdous Fathima

Dental student with 1 year of experience teaching English and classes I-V

Yes. Had is the past form of the verb “have”
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