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Fundamentals of English grammar manual – Table of contents

Chapter 1 – Introduction

1.1 How to maximize the benefits of this manual
1.2 Why is this manual important?
1.3 Common problems faced in learning English
1.3.1 Self confidence
1.3.2 How to overcome problems in Self Confidence?
1.3.3 Weakness in Vocabulary
1.3.4 How to overcome weakness in Vocabulary
1.3.5 Weakness in Grammar
1.3.6 How to overcome weakness in Grammar?
1.3.7 Unconducive environment
1.3.8 How to overcome Unconducive environment

1.4 Basic tips to improve your English
1.4.1 What is a dictionary and how to use it?
1.4.2 Types of dictionaries that are available in the market

1.5 Usage of thesaurus in expanding vocabulary
1.6 Knowing your part of speech

Chapter Two – Nouns

2.1 What are Nouns?
2.2 Gender in nouns
2.2.1 Masculine Gender
2.2.2 Feminine Gender
2.2.3 Common Gender
2.2.4 Neuter Gender
2.3 Nouns of Places
2.4 Nouns of Animals
2.4.1 Gender and the young in animals 2.5 Nouns of Things
2.6 Abstract Nouns
2.7 Collective nouns
2.7.1 The singular and plural concept in Collective Nouns
2.7.2 List of common collective nouns
2.7.3 Collective Nouns for animals
2.7.4 Collective nouns compared to singular and plural nouns
2.7.5 General relationship in collective nouns
2.8 Quantity in Nouns – Singular and Plural Nouns
2.8.1 Subject-Verb Agreement
2.8.2 Plural forms in English
2.8.3 Irregular plural nouns
2.8.4 Nouns that are always in plural forms
2.8.5 Nouns that end with –o
2.8.6 Foreign Plural forms
2.8.7 Usages of Adjective of quantity with plural nouns

2.9 Count in nouns- Countable Nouns and Uncountable Nouns
2.9.1 Generic uncountable nouns
2.9.2 Categories of uncountable nouns
2.9.3 Quantity expressions in uncountable nouns
2.9.4 Singular and plural in generic uncountable nouns

2.10 Possessive nouns

2.11 Vocabulary List

Chapter Three – Pronouns

3.1 Introduction
3.2 Types of pronouns
3.3 Subject Pronouns
3.4 Object Pronouns
3.5 Possessive Pronouns
3.6 Reflexive Pronouns
3.6.1 Common Expression with reflexive pronouns
3.7 Interrogative Pronouns
3.8 Demonstrative Pronouns
3.9 Indefinite Pronouns
3.10 Indefinite Pronouns list
3.11 Functions of nouns and pronouns

Chapter Four – Adjectives

4.1 What is an adjective?
4.2 Characteristics of adjectives
4.3 Types of adjectives
4.4 Adjectives of Origins
4.5 Possessive Adjective
4.5.1 Comparison of Possessive Nouns, Possessive Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives
4.6 Positive, comparative and superlative adjectives
4.6.1 Comparison of ‘before and now’ of the same noun
4.6.2 Formations of comparative/superlative adjectives
4.6.3 Addition of –er /-est and –ier /-iest
4.6.4 Addition of more and most
4.6.5 One-syllable adjectives list
4.6.6 Two-syllable adjectives ending in –y list
4.6.7 Irregular comparative and superlative adjectives
4.6.8 Examples of Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
4.6.9 Superlative Adjectives
4.6.10 Examples of Superlative Adjectives
4.6.11 Adjectives and prepositions
4.6.12 Adjectives + Prepositions List

Chapter Five – Verb TO BE

5.1 What is a Verb ‘TO BE’ ?
5.2 Forms of Verb TO BE – Simple Present tense
5.3 Forms of Verb TO BE – Past tense
5.4 Forms of Verb TO BE – Simple future tense
5.5 Functions of Verb TO BE
5.5.1 To give details about a noun
5.5.2 To show existence and location
5.5.3 To tell about anything relating to time
5.5.5 To be used with adjectives

Chapter Six – Verb TO HAVE

6. Verb TO HAVE
6.2 Forms of Verb TO HAVE
6.3 Verb TO HAVE in Simple Present tense forms
6.4 Verb TO HAVE in Simple Past tense forms
6.5 Verb TO HAVE in Simple Future tense forms
6.6 Verb TO HAVE in Present Progressive tense forms
6.7 Verb TO HAVE usage #1 – To show possession
6.8 Verb TO HAVE usage #2 – To show activity
6.9 Verb TO HAVE usage #3 – To show illness

Chapter Five – Adverbs

7.1 Definition of Adverbs
7.2 Adverbs of Manner
7.3 Adverbs of Time
7.4 Adverbs of duration
7.5 Adverbs of Frequency
7.6 Positions of adverbs of frequency with main verbs and verb TO BE
7.7 Adverbs of Degree
7.8 Adverbs of Comment
7.9 Adverbs Formation
7.10 Adverb Sentence Placement
7.11 Comparative forms of Adverbs
7.12 Adverbs Exercises

Chapter Eight – Articles

8.1 Definition
8.2 Usages of a, an and the
8.3 When articles are not needed
8.4 Usage of articles with plural nouns
8.5 Articles exercises

Chapter Five – Prepositions

9. Definition
9.2 Functions of prepositions
9.3 Prepositions of time
9.4 Prepositions of locations
9.5 Prepositions of place and direction
9.6 Prepositions Exercises

Chapter Ten – Conjunctions

10.1 Definition of conjunctions
10.2 Conjunctions to show TIME
10.3 Conjunctions to show cause
10.4 Conjunctions to show addition
10.5 Conjunctions to show contrast
10.6 Usages of and , but and or

Chapter Eleven – The Verb Tenses

11.1 Introducing the Verb Tenses the Easy Way
11.2 How to understand the Verb tenses concept
11.3 Types of Verbs – progressive, non progressive and mixed verbs

11.4 Principal parts of a verb – Infinitive, paste tense, past participle and present
participle forms
11.5 Simple present tense
11.6 Present Progressive tense
11.7 Simple Past tense
11.8 Simple Future tense
11.9 Future Progressive tense
11.10 Past Progressive tense
11.11 Present Perfect tense
11.12 Present Perfect progressive tense
11.13 Past perfect tense
11.14 Past perfect progressive tense
11.15 Future perfect tense
11.16 Future perfect progressive tense
11.17 Verb tenses exercises

Chapter Twelve – The verb tenses in passive forms

12.1 Difference between an active and passive sentence
12.2 When should we use the passive forms?
12.3 Types of verbs that can be used in passive forms
12.4 Simple present tense in passive forms
12.5 Present progressive tense in passive forms
12.6 Simple Past tense in passive forms
12.7 Simple Future tense in passive forms
12.8 Past progressive tense in passive forms
12.9 Future progressive tense in passive forms
12.10 Present perfect tense in passive forms
12.11 Past perfect tense in passive forms
12.12 Future perfect tense in passive forms
12.13 Present perfect progressive tense in passive forms
12.14 Past perfect tense in passive forms
12.15 Future perfect progressive tense in passive forms
12.16 Verb tenses in passive forms exercises

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