Come On, Phonics is a five-level series designed to teach phonics through an easy and child-centered approach. Beginners start by learning the sounds of the alphabet and writing individual letters and then progress to blending sounds, spelling, and reading simple sentences. Students gain the confidence to read English words and have fun doing it.
Simple and Compound Sentences - Grammar short Lesson
According to their meaning and word order, sentences are divided into four classes – assertive, imperative, interrogative and exclamatory. But according to their clause structure, sentences can be divided into four different kinds – simple, compound, complex and compound-complex. >>> Read More.
The Oxford Dictionary of English Grammar (Oxford Quick Reference) (2nd Edition) PDF
The Dictionary of English Grammar is a straightforward and accessible A-Z guide to the diverse and often complex terminology of English grammar. It contains over 1,600 entries with clear and concise definitions, enhanced by numerous example sentences, as well as relevant quotations from the scholarly literature of the field.
The Word Wizard explains that adverbs answer the How? When? and Why? questions in our world. Clearly written text and photographs cast their spell on readers so they understand how adverbs work with other parts of speech, the functions of adverbs, and how to identify adverbs in sentences. Fun, inspired activities encourage readers to use adverbs to add detail and excitement when speaking and writing.
Syntax puts our meaning (“semantics”) into sentences, and phonology puts the sentences into the sounds that we hear and there must, surely, be a structure in the meaning that is expressed in the syntax and phonology. Some writers use the phrase “semantic structure”, but are referring to conceptual structure; since we can express our conceptual thought in many different linguistic ways, we cannot equate conceptual and semantic structures.