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English Grammar

English grammar rules and verb tenses from 'O' to 'Z'

Grammar: The Essentials
List O → Z

  1. of-from: when and how to use
  2. only-unique: (meaning and use explained)
  3. other/another: the difference explained
  4. passive form
  5. play - go - do
  6. possessives: formation and use
  7. prefixes: list of common prefixes with examples and meaning
  8. negative prefixes: list of the most commonly-used
  9. prepositions: list of prepositions with their meaning and an example of use
  10. prepositional phrases: set phrases introduced by a preposition
  11. prepositional phrases with 'at' and 'for' (from 'at an advantage'  to 'for better or worse')
  12. prepositional phrases with 'by' (from 'by accident'  to 'by now ')
  13. prepositional phrases with 'in' (from 'in brief '  to 'in stock.')
  14. prepositional phrases with 'on' (from 'on account of '  to 'on a whim ')
  15. prepositional phrases with 'out' (from 'out of bounds ' to 'out of work')
  16. prepositional phrases with 'under' (from 'under age '  to 'under way')
  17. prepositional phrases with 'within' and 'without' ('within earshot'  to 'without warning ')
  18. present simple
  19. present continuous
  20. present perfect
  21. past simple
  22. past continuous
  23. past perfect
  24. present-past revision
  25. present perfect vs past perfect summary
  26. present perfect or past simple: when do we use them?
  27. pronouns: the different types of pronouns
  28. question tags: formation and use
  29. quit - quite - quiet: the difference between them
  30. rather - rather than - would rather: when to use them
  31. remember vs remind
  32. reported or indirect speech
  33. reported speech: time and place
  34. rob - burgle - steal
  35. say - tell
  36. shall - will - should - would
  37. should - ought -to - need
  38. silent letters:  A-Z list of silent letters in English words.
  39. similes and metaphors with examples
  40. some - any - a little - a few: how to use to express quantity
  41. so-neither: how and when to use 'so' and 'neither'
  42. so-such: how and when to use 'so' and 'such'
  43. stative verbs: verbs that express a state or condition
  44. subject-verb agreement: making the verb agree with the subject of a sentence
  45. subjunctive mood: explanation on the subjunctive mood in English verbs
  46. suffixes: list of common suffixes with examples and meaning
  47. the: definite article
  48. the more ... the less:  double comparatives.
  49. there-their-they're: difference and use explained
  50. they - them - their: to refer to a person in the singular
  51. this-that-these-those: how and when to use 'this', 'that', 'these' and 'those'
  52. travel - trip - journey - meaning and use
  53. uk/us differences: differences in American and British vocabulary
  54. used to: using 'used to' for past habits or situations
  55. to be / to get used to: be or become accustomed to something
  56. very: the use of 'very' before adjectives, adverbs and nouns
  57. 'would' vs 'used to': using 'would' instead of 'used to' for past habits
  58. verb tense revision table
  59. whatever - whenever - wherever - how and when to use them
  60. whether - if: how and when to use 'whether' and 'if'
  61. who-whom: the difference between 'who' and 'whom' explained
  62. who-whose-whom-that-which-where: relative pronouns and adverbs
  63. wish - if - if only: meaning and use of 'wish', 'if' and 'if only'
  64. word forms: the different forms of words in English.
  65. yet: the different ways to use 'yet'.

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