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NOUNS - describe places, people, animals, things, qualities and states. - main types are - common: people, animals, places, things (lowercase/miniscules). - proper: personal, country, character, planet names (always with an uppercase/capital letter). - compound: the joining of two nouns to make a noun. - abstract: ideas that are intangible yet, able to experience them. - collective: group names of individuals, species as one single unit. - plurals - noun plurals are usually produced by adding an 's'. In other instances when the nouns end in 'ch', 's', 'sh', 'x', they usually get an 'es'. - countable nouns: things that can be counted. - uncountable nouns: things that can't be counted. ADJECTIVES - adjectives are used to describe nouns. - adjectives are commonly used in groups of 2 or 3, separated by commas. If a noun starts the list, the last adjective is separated from the others by 'and'. However, if the noun ends the list, the 'and' disappears. - comparatives: the comparative form of adjectives are used to compare people or things. A common pattern for basic comparisons: adjective than. ARTICLES - there are two different types: definite article, 'the' (used before a particular, singular or plural noun). : indefinite articles, 'a' and 'an' (they are used strictly with singular nouns, which refer to any member of a group). VERBS - all verbs are either transitive or intransitive. - transitive verbs are directly followed by an object - intransitive verbs can't be directly followed by an object, since they do not do anything to anyone or anything. - all verbs have a base form called, infinitives, preceded by the preposition 'to'. - verb forms: base form past simple past participle present participle - regular verbs: the past simple and past participle end in 'ed'. - irregular verbs: the past simple and past participle change respectively. - auxiliary verbs: they help form a tense or expression by combining with present or past participle or even infinite forms of other verbs. ADVERBS - adverbs add information to the verbs describing action, quality or state. - the 5 main types of adverbs: manner- fast, hard, well, wrong... : place - above, below, behind, among... : time - now, currently, recently, soon... : degree - too, enough, very... : frequency - once, twice, thrice, sometimes... - adverbs are placed after the object of a transitive verb and right after of an intransitive verb. GERUNDS - gerunds are the -ing forms of verbs used as nouns. PRONOUNS - personal pronouns: I, me, you, he, him, she, her,... - possessive pronouns: mine, yours, hers, its, .... - reflexive pronouns: myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself,... - relative pronouns: who, which, that, whose. PREPOSITIONS AND CONJUNCTIONS - prepositions show the relationship between a noun or a pronoun and other words in the sentence. - time/date: at, on, by, before, from, since, until... - movement: from, under, above, below, beside, beneath... - conjunctions: they are joining words or groups in a sentence. A very well put together and comprehensive introduction to the English grammar. Very knowledgeable and concise. Thank you so much.
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