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English Grammar

English grammar [ˈɪŋglɪʃ ˈgræmər] / the grammar of the English language [ˈlæŋgwɪdʒ]) is a set of rules that reflect patterns in the construction of speech segments of the English language, for example: words, phrases, sentences. Grammar consists of two interconnected central parts, these are morphology (in which are studied parts of speech, word structure, inflection and word formation) and syntax (in which are studied the composition of phrases and sentences, as well as the functional interaction of their constituent units).

English Grammar Reference

Morphology

Syntax

Extra Theoretical Material and Terminology

Terms and additional theoretical material in linguistics, presumably beyond the scope of programs when learning English as a non-native language.


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