Basics of Grammar

English is a Language and now it has become international Language.It has a rich grammar.This is our first lesson.

LETTER
Each of the English Alphabet is called a letter.
Thus 'a' is a letter 'n' is a letter.

There are two types of Letters in English Language.=  1.Capital Letters and 2. Small Letters






1. CAPITAL LETTERS=

     A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


2. small letters=

   a  b  c  d  e  f  g  h  i  j  k  l  m  n  o  p  q  r  s  t  u  v  w  x  y  z

There are two types of letters in English .


1. Vowels  =  These are pronounce on their own,these need not help.
 
 and

2. Consonant = these need  help to be pronounced.

Five Vowels =
a e i o u

Twenty one Consonants=
b c d f g h j k l m n p q r s t v w x y z
Two are Semi Vowels
y w.
PRONUNCIATION

A
ball fall tall
man fan can
jar far car

E
he she me
hen pen ten

I
pin tin chin
pine shine nine

O
go so no
do to
come some dove

U
pull full bull
Shut cut hut
duty human


CONSONANT PRONUNCIATION
k kh

g gh

ch chh

j jh

t th

d dh

n t th=

d dh

p ph


b bh

m  r l

s sh s h

rh t h n n rh

 w  y




WORD  =  a word is a letter or a group of letters having a meaning or a complete sense.
cow is a word, not woc.Because by cow we understand what it means,not by woc.

SYLLABLE= Syllable is a part of a word which can be pronounced at once or at a time.
umbrella =um+ bre+ lla

SENTENCE=sentence is a word or a group of words having a meaning or a complete sense .
Thus 'Grass eats cow' is not a sentence 'Cow eats grass' is a sentence..

SUBJECT= in a sentence of whom is said is subject.

PREDICATE=what is said about subject is Predicate.

He goes to school.
Here 'he' is Subject and 'goes to school' is predicate.

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