Here are the 10 most popular English grammar articles from this past year. These grammar resources provide comprehensive instruction and review for beginner, intermediate and advanced level learners.
The passive voice is used when focusing on the person or thing affected by an action. This article includes a chart of sentences changed from the active to the passive in the principal tenses.
Indirect Speech (also referred to as 'reported speech
') refers to a sentence reporting what someone has said. It is almost always used in spoken English.
This series of pages provides detailed instruction on preposition use.
An adjective describes how something 'is'. For this reason, we usually use the verb 'to be' when using adjectives. Adjectives are used to describe nouns.
This guide provides examples, uses and formation of Conditionals followed by a quiz.
The following chart shows the positive, negative and interrogative (question) forms of all the principle tenses in English with a brief description of the principle usage.
Adverbs modify verbs. They tell you How something is done.
Use relative clauses to provide extra information. This information can either define something (defining clause), or provide unnecessary, but interesting, added information (non-defining clause).
This article provides examples, uses and structure of the past simple tense followed by a quiz.
When using more than one adjective to describe a noun place the adjectives in the following order before the noun.