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 Learn English Grammar with SuccessCDs Education Videos

Here is a great opportunity to improve your English Grammar – absolutely Free. Learn English Grammar With Ranjna Vedhera for SuccessCDs Videos. English Grammar Lessons in simple words.

Lesson 1 – The Sentence

The Sentence is a group of words that makes complete sense, conveys a clear meaning and expresses a complete thought.

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Lesson 2 – Parts of Speech 1

A sentence may use two or more parts of speech in order to convey a thought.

1. Noun
2. Pronoun
3. Adjective
4. Verb
5. Adverb

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Lesson 3 – Parts of Speech 2

A sentence or speech is made up of eight parts or classes of words. These parts perform different roles in a sentence.

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Lesson 4 – Essentials of Effective Communication

Communication plays a pivotal role in all walks of human life. In other words life revolves around communication as the two originate, grow and evolve side by side.

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Lesson 5 – Forms of Communication

Ability to communicate is God’s gift to living beings .All earthly creatures namely humans, flora and fauna and even the elements of Nature communicate with each other in their own way.

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Lesson 6 – Common Noun and Proper Noun

Noun is a word used as a name for a person, place or thing.

TYPES of NOUN: Common Noun, Proper Noun, Collective Noun, Abstract Noun

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Lesson 7 – Collective Noun & Abstract Noun

It is the name for a group or collection of people, animals or things which are spoken of as a whole. Crowd, mob, army, Fleet, Herd, Jury, Family and Parliament.

Crowd or Mob: Collection of people.

An Army: Collection of soldiers / fighters.
A herd: Collection of animals.

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Lesson 8 – Subject And Predicate

In every sentence we mention a person or thing. And then, we say something about that person or thing. The person or thing we mention is the subject. Whatever we say about the person or thing is the predicate.

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Lesson 9 – GENDER

A noun word that tells us about a male living being human or animal is said to be of masculine gender.
And a noun that tells us about a female living being human or animal belongs to the feminine gender.

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Lesson 10 – The Verb

A verb tells us what a person or thing does; what happens to someone or something or what is the state of a person or a thing.

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Lesson 11 – Transitive and Intransitive Verbs

Look at these sentences … 1. The boy killed the snake. 2. All the boys played together.
In the first sentence, the action denoted by verb killed passes from the doer the boy to the object, the snake. The verb killed here is transitive. In the second sentence, the action is limited to boys only. There is no object so the verb played is intransitive.

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Lesson 12 – The Phrase and the Clause

A phrase is a group of words that makes some sense but not a complete sense. It does not convey a clear message or meaning and is only a part of the sentence.

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Lesson 13 – Singular and Plural Nouns – 1

A noun that refers to one person or object is called a singular noun. A noun that denotes more than one person or object is called a plural noun.

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Lesson 14 – Singular and Plural Nouns – 2

Some nouns have same form for both the singular and plural numbers. For example: Sheep, Deer and Fish can be used as singular as well as plural nouns. Words like Pair, Dozen, Hundred and Thousand, when placed after numbers look singular but denote plural numbers.

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