ESL - Ten Basic English Grammar Terms
I bought a new computer.
What’s your name?
Would you like a coffee?verb
I usually leave home at about seven.
I accidentally left my homework on the kitchen table.adjective
This is a really good book.
It’s a lovely day.
What an awful thing to say.adverb
It seems like it went well.
I always eat fruit for breakfast.
I quickly got ready and called a taxi.article
Guess who I ran into in the bank today?
Do you have an iPod?
I’ll give you a call later.preposition
I got up at six this morning.
Do you usually work on Saturdays?
They’ve been living there since 1989.conjunction
I bought that book but I never read it.
I went to bed early because I was so tired.
I was really hungry so I ate a snack.contraction
Sorry, I’ve forgotten your name.
You probably shouldn’t’ve told her.
Let’s go.personal pronoun
I hardly ever go out.
David rang me yesterday.
Sally doesn’t like them. possessive pronoun
Give it here! It’s mine!
Is this your pen?
Do you have his number?
You don't have to have be a linguistics expert to study English - but it definitely helps to know at least these basic grammar terms to talk about English grammar, in English.
More grammar terms:http://www.usingenglish.com/glossary.html
Show 887 Saturday 15 November
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