In Grammar By Alexandra

Section Contents Grammar

For simplicity, all the grammatical materials are divided into two main sub-sections: «Parts of Speech» and «Syntax.»

Section «Parts of Speech» brings together articles that describe the rules relating to all the English parts of speech. For example, all the information collected on the nouns in the «nouns» of verbs — in the section «Verbs». Separately allocated complex grammar topics relating to parts of speech, such as «Article» and «Phrasal verbs».

In the «Syntax» contains articles that describe the structure of the English sentence. The section includes the rules for beginners and description of complex syntactic structures.

If you want to read about a specific grammatical phenomena, we recommend to enter his name in the search on the site since rules can be broken down into several articles.

Parts of speech

  • Parts of speech in English


  1. The noun in the English language
  2. Countable and uncountable nouns
  3. Plural nouns
  4. Use nouns only in the plural, and only in the singular
  5. Cases in English
  6. Possessive
  7. Education nouns
  8. Suffixes nouns
  9. Rhode nouns


  1. Article in English. The general concept
  2. Indefinite article
  3. Definite article
  4. Zero article
  5. Location of the article
  6. Articles of geographical names
  7. Articles with proper nouns
  8. Articles of personal names
  9. Articles with unique nouns
  10. Articles with nouns fruit and fish
  11. Articles of concrete and abstract nouns
  12. Articles with titles disease
  13. Articles with nouns denoting meals
  14. Articles with nouns denoting part of the day and seasons
  15. Articles with nouns in the features of the application


  1. Adjectives in English
  2. The order of adjectives
  3. Degrees of comparison of adjectives
  4. Adjectives to ing and ed
  5. The use of so / such


  1. Numerals in English
  2. Cardinal numbers
  3. Ordinals
  4. Dates and ordinal numbers
  5. Fractional numerals

The pronoun

  1. Pronouns in English
  2. Personal Pronouns (Personal Pronouns)
  3. Possessive pronouns (Possessive Pronouns)
  4. Reflexive Pronouns (Reflexive Pronouns)
  5. Reciprocal pronouns (Reciprocal Pronouns)
  6. Demonstrative pronouns (Demonstrative Pronouns)
  7. Interrogative pronouns (Interrogative Pronouns)
  8. Relative pronouns (Relative Pronouns)
  9. Indefinite pronouns (Indefinite Pronouns) — Part 1, Part 2
  10. The use of some, any, no
  11. The use of much, many, few, little, a lot of, plenty


  1. The verb in the English language
  2. Form of the verb in the English language
  3. Three forms of irregular verbs
  4. Regular and irregular verbs
  5. Auxiliary verbs
  6. Inclination
  7. Imperative mood
  8. Subjunctive mood
  9. How many times in English
  10. Currently,
  11. Time Present Simple
  12. Time Present Continuous
  13. Time Present Perfect
  14. Time Present Perfect Continuous
  15. Past tense
  16. Time Past Simple
  17. Time Past Continuous
  18. Time Past Perfect
  19. Time Past Perfect Continuous
  20. Present Perfect vs. Past Simple
  21. Future tense
  22. Ways of expression future action
  23. Time Future Simple
  24. Future Continuous Time
  25. Future Perfect Time
  26. Future Perfect Continuous Time
  27. Times Future in the Past
  28. Active and passive voice
  29. Ways to transfer the passive voice in Russian
  30. The phrase be going to
  31. Expressions used to, and used to doing something
  32. The expression had better
  33. Expression have something done
  34. Drinking would rather (would sooner), and prefer

Non-finite verb forms

  1. Infinitive
  2. Infinitive with the particle to particle and not to
  3. Complex Subject
  4. Complex Object
  5. Independent infinitive turnover
  6. Gerund
  7. Participle
  8. Independent participial

Modal verbs

  1. Modal verbs in English
  2. The modal verb CAN
  3. The modal verb MAY
  4. Modal verb MUST
  5. The modal verb HAVE TO
  6. The modal verb OUGHT TO
  7. The modal verb NEED
  8. The modal verb TO BE TO
  9. The modal verb SHALL (SHOULD)
  10. The modal verb WILL (WOULD)
  11. The modal verb DARE

Phrasal verbs

  1. English phrasal verbs
  2. Phrasal verb get — Part 1, Part 2
  3. Phrasal verb give
  4. Phrasal verb make
  5. Phrasal verb take
  6. Phrasal verb bring
  7. Phrasal verb look
  8. Phrasal verb move
  9. Phrasal verb leave
  10. Phrasal verb do
  11. Phrasal verb break
  12. Phrasal verb hold
  13. Phrasal verb pay
  14. Phrasal verb set
  15. Phrasal verb turn
  16. Phrasal verb keep
  17. Phrasal verb put. Part 1, Part 2


  1. Adverbs in English
  2. Education adverbs
  3. Place adverbs in the English sentence
  4. Eating too / enough
  5. The use of so / such
  6. Adverbs with the Present Perfect
  7. Intensifying adverbs, and especially the use of amplifying adverbs in English


  1. Prepositions in English
  2. The use of prepositions in English
  3. Like, and as in the English language
  4. Prepositions of time in English: at, in, on
  5. Prepositions of place in the English language: at, in, on


  1. Unions in English
  2. Coordinate conjunction
  3. Subordinating conjunctions


  • Interjections in English


Simple sentences

  1. Offers in English
  2. Offer types
  3. Word order
  4. Building suggestions
  5. Subject
  6. Predicate
  7. Approval of the predicate with the subject
  8. Addition
  9. Determination
  10. Fact
  11. Negation in English
  12. Impersonal Offer

Interrogative sentences

  1. Types of questions in English
  2. General question
  3. Special issue
  4. Alternative question
  5. Question to the subject
  6. Separating the issue
  7. Question words

Complex sentences

  1. Relative clauses
  2. Indirect speech
  3. Approval times
  4. Conditional sentences
  5. I wish to Offers


  1. Punctuation in English
  2. Comma
  3. Common uses of the comma. A comma Relative clause in English
  4. Semicolon, colon and dash
  5. Dot
  6. Question and exclamation marks
  8. The apostrophe
  9. Hyphen



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