English Grammar

Our English Grammar Book with a unique approach for the fourth Industrial Revolution generation. Our book uses colours and images to appeal to today’s visual learners. The fundamental principles remain consistent throughout all grades, from Grade 2 to Grade 12.

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Our English Grammar Book with a unique approach for the fourth Industrial Revolution generation. Our book uses colours and images to appeal to today’s visual learners. The fundamental principles remain consistent throughout all grades, from Grade 2 to Grade 12.

What’s more, this grammar book doesn’t just teach grammar but also helps you understand it. It contains uncomplicated rules that are easy to remember without having to memorise them.

Additional information

Pages

256

Contents

Spelling rules
Syllable Types
Rules for syllable division
Plurals
Base words, root words and loan words
Suffixes
Prefixes
Compound words
Proverbs
Idioms
Figurative expressions
Words often confused
Sayings to understand and use in essays
Summary
Parts of Speech
Pronouns
Degrees of comparison
Verb + concord (agreement)
Adverbs
Conjunctions + Interjections
Prepositions
Articles
Determiners
Study work
Body Parts
Days of the week
Months
Seasons
Colours
Numbers
Synonyms
Antonyms
Homophones
Homonyms
Collective nouns
Abbreviations and Acronyms
Diminutives
Country and its people
Occupation
Names of place
Names of people
Gender
Comparison words
Animal sounds
Sentences and paragraphs
What is a sentence?
Parts of a sentence
Structure of sentences
Classifying sentences
Phrases and Clauses
Conditionals
Punctuation
Apostrophe
Grammar
Summary of tenses
Present Tense
Past Tense
Future Tense
Direct and Reported Speech
Active and Passive voice
Comprehension test
Summaries
Figures of Speech and sound devices
The comparisons: Simile, Metaphor, Personification
The sound devices: Alliteration, Assonance, Onomatopoeia
Rhyme, Rhythm, Repetition, Refrain
The contradictions: Paradox, Oxymoron, Irony, Sarcasm
The exaggerations and understatements: Hyperbole and Euphemism
The allusion: Pun
The figures of rhetoric: Rhetorical questions, Climax, Anticlimax
Visual Text
Advertisement
Questions to ask
Cartoons and Comic strips
Bibliography

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