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    Post I want to start

    Please tell me the basic rule of english grammer
    please give me some homework related to this
    thank you

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    Re: I want to start

    There is no one basic rule of English grammar. Things would certainly be a lot simpler if there was.



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    Then please tell me what can i do

    please give me some home work.

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    Re: I want to start

    First, study “Eight Parts of Speech”, “Sentence Constructions”, “Article” and “Tense”.
    And then learn the usage.
    How to use
    Noun
    It can be used in Subject and Object, for example: “Mr.Suleon loves Ms.Junilear.
    Adjective
    It can be used to modify a noun and in verb place of sentence along with verb to Be.
    A beautiful lady (article + adjective + noun=noun)
    A beautiful lady is smart. (Verb to Be + adjective = verb)
    and so on.
    That’s some of what I, a non-native English speaker, call Basic English Grammar rules for my students.


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    Re: I want to start

    thanks Mr withmoon

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