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American English Grammar Introduction

Grammar sucks. Nobody likes to study grammar in any language especially English. Fun Easy English grammar lessons really are FUN and EASY. Many lessons have videos and tests with more are being added all the time. Hopefully these Fun Easy English grammar lessons make learning grammar a little easier.
Grammar introduction video

English grammar is very difficult but hopefully the simple definitions and examples in the Fun Easy English grammar lessons will make things easier for you.
Grammar lessons
Parts of Speech
8 Parts of speech      
Noun
Pronoun
Verb
Adverb
Adjective
Preposition
Conjunction
Interjection
Sentence Punctuation Alphabetical grammar list  
Noun

Noun
Abstract noun
Collective noun
Common noun
Concrete noun
Countable noun
Non-countable noun
Plural noun
Possessive noun
Proper noun
Singular noun

Adjective

Adjective
Attributive adjective
Comparative adjective
Predicative adjective
Superlative adjective
Past participle adjective
Present participle adjective

Interjection

Interjection
Pronoun

Pronoun
Demonstrative pronoun
Indefinite pronoun
Intensive pronoun
Interrogative pronoun
Personal objective pronoun
Personal possessive pronoun
Personal subjective pronoun
Reciprocal pronoun
Relative pronoun
Reflexive pronoun

Preposition

Preposition
Direction preposition
Location preposition
Time preposition

Conjunction

Conjunction
Coordinate conjunction
Correlative conjunction
Subordinate conjunction
Verb

Verb
Auxiliary verb
Copula verb
Ditransitive verb
Dynamic verb
Finite verb
Gerund
Inchoative verb
Infinitive verb
Intransitive verb
Irregular verb
Modal verb
Phrasal verb
Regular verb
Stative verb
Transitive verb

Sentence

Sentence
Simple sentence
Compound sentence
Complex sentence
Compound - complex sentence
Declarative sentence
Exclamatory sentence
Imperative sentence
Interrogative sentence
Loose sentence
Periodic sentence
Adverb

Adverb
Conjunctive adverb
Degree adverb
Location adverb
Manner adverb
Time adverb

Punctuation

Punctuation
Apostrophe
Brackets
Colon
Comma
Dash
Exclamation mark
Hyphen
Period
Question mark
Quotation marks
Semicolon
Slash
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Additional Lessons
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Grammar Lessons
§²¹ Academic Writing: Common Patterns, Part One * *
§² Academic Writing: Common Patterns, Part Two * *
§² Advanced Conditionals *
§² Adventures with Adverbials: Part One *
§² Adventures with Adverbials: Part Two *
§² Adverb and Adjective Choices in Conversation *
§² Am I Being Watched? The Continuous Passive Form *
§² An Introduction to Verb Tenses *
§²¹ Are Causatives Making You Crazy? *
§² Are You Afraid of Adjectives and Prepositions? *
§² Are You Crazy About English? *
§²¹ Are You How You Talk? *
§² Are You Hungry for Food Phrasals? Part 1 *
§²¹ Are You In, On or At? *
§²¹ Are You Progressing with Progressive Tenses? *
§² Beating Problems with Adverbs *
§² Before Fearing Adverb Phrases, Read This *
§² Can You Catch These Native Speaker Mistakes? *
§² Can You Find the Clauses? *
§² Changing Prepositions With 'Provide' *
§² Cheer Up! Phrasal Verbs and Emotions *
§² Common Adverbs in Conversation: Amplifiers and Downtoners *
§²¹ Commonly Confused Words: Part One *
§²¹ Commonly Confused Words Part Two *
§ Commonly Confused Words Part 3: Homophones *
§² Commonly Used Nouns *
§² Common Sentence Patterns: Part Three *
§² Common Sentence Patterns: Part Four *
§² Common Transition Words * *
§² Common Ways to Express Purpose *
§² Comparatives and Superlatives *
§² Compound Nouns: Putting Words Together *
§² Contronyms Are 'Literally' The Best * *
§² Cooking with Phrasal Verbs *
§²¹ Could Have, Would Have, and Should Have *
§² Demonstrating How to Use Demonstratives *
§² Different Meanings of 'Have' in Everyday Speech *
§² Different Meanings of 'Make' in Everyday Speech *
§² Disagreements in Everyday Conversation * *
§² Disagreements in Everyday Conversation, Part Two * *
§² Do/Does You Understand Subject-Verb Agreement? *
§² Don't Be Afraid of Contractions! *
§² Do You Know What an Indirect Question Is? * *
§² Do You See What I See? *
§² Expletives Are Not Always Bad Words * *
§² Forming Questions, Part 1: Subject Questions * *
§² Forming Questions, Part 2: Yes or No Questions * *
§²¹ For or Since: What Is the Difference? *
§² Four Adverbs: Just, Already, Still, Yet *
§²¹ Fun with Future Tenses *
§²¹ Gerunds and Infinitives
§² Getting to Know the Verb 'Get'
§² Giving and Receiving Compliments
§² Good and Nice: Common Adjectives with Many Uses
§²¹ Grab Onto Phrasal Verbs
§² Grammar and Christmas
§² Grammar and Presidential Elections: Part One
§² Grammar and US Presidential Elections: Part Two
§² Have You Perfected the Perfect Tenses?
§² How Much Do You Know About Quantifiers?
§² How to Ask for Clarification
§² How to Express Your Opinion in English
§² How to Interrupt Someone in a Nice Way
§² How to Make a Complaint in English
§² How to Order at an American Restaurant
§² How To Talk About Preferences
§² Identify With Relative Pronouns
§²¹ 'If You Learn Conditionals, You'll Be Glad'
§² Imprecise Noun Phrases in Conversation
§² Improve Your Writing With Contrast and Concession
§² Improve Your Writing with Inversion, Part One
§ Improve Your Writing with Inversion, Part Two
§² Improving Your Grammar and Pronunciation
§² Infinitives in Everyday Speech
§² Introducing Conditionals
§² James Bond Can Teach You About English Grammar
§² Just in Case You Don't Use 'If'...
§² Learning Participial Phrases with Famous Songs
§² Learning Passive Modals: It Can Be Done!
§² Make Your Writing Smoother with Transitions
§² Making and Responding to Suggestions
§² Mastering Reported Speech
§²¹ May, Might, and Must
§² Mmm, That's Good! Using Interjections
§² Modals for Asking Permission
§² Noun Clauses in Everyday Speech
§² Old Grammar Rules You Can Break
§²¹ Our Top 10 Separable Phrasal Verbs
§² Phrasal Verbs with 'Take'
§² Popular Culture and Academic Writing
§²¹ Pow! Whizz! What Are Onomatopoeia?
§²¹ Problems with Pronouns and Gender
§²¹ 'Providing' More Assistance With Prepositions
§² Reported Speech and the 'Historic Present' Tense
§² Sentence Relatives: Showing Feeling, Interpreting Information
§² Short Sentences in Books, Movies, and Speech
§²¹ Simple Past and Present Perfect
§²¹ Six Differences Between British and American English
§² Starting Sentences With Conjunctions
§² Studying Sentence Patterns to Improve Your Writing: Part One
§² Studying Sentence Patterns to Improve Your Writing: Part Two
§²¹ Tag Questions Are Easy, Aren’t They?
§² Take a Break with Commas
§² The Different Meanings of 'Take'
§² The Excitement of Three-Part Phrasal Verbs
§² The Exciting World of Participial Adjectives
§² The Many Reasons for the Word 'The'
§² The Many Uses of ‘Would’ in Everyday Speech, Part 1
§² The Many Ways to Say 'Okay'
§² The Music of Movable Phrases
§² The Mysterious Word ‘Whose’
§² The Mystery of the Disappearing "That"
§² The Perfect Progressive Tenses
§² The Power of Parallelism
§² The Road Signs of English
§²¹ The 'Should' vs. 'Shall' Debate
§²¹ The Sounds of Grammar with Betty Azar
§²¹ The Story of the Double Negative
§² The Verbs Let, Allow and Permit
§² The Word 'That' in Everyday American English
§² Thinking About Using -ing Words?
§²¹ Thirty Phrasal Verbs to Help You With Technology
§² Three Grammar Rules That Are Dying
§² Three Reasons to Learn Relative Adverbs
§² Understanding Adverbs: Always
§² Understanding Noncount Nouns
§²¹ Unusual Plurals
§² Use -Ever Words Whenever You Like
§² Use Fewer Words but Say More
§² Using Discourse Markers in American English
§²¹ Using the Right Article
§² Verbs and Gerunds in Speech and Fiction Writing
§² Verbs and Infinitives in Everyday Speech
§ We Suggest That You Learn the Subjunctive
§² What Can Thanksgiving Teach You About English Grammar?
§² What Do You Know About "You Know?"
§² What’s the Difference? ‘So’ and ‘So That’
§² When Nouns Act Like Adjectives
§² When Passive Is Better than Active
§² When You See an Adverb Clause, You"ll Know
§² Where Did You Learn English? Forming Questions, Part 3
§²¹ Which Pronoun is Correct: I or Me?
§²¹ Who Makes Grammar Rules?
§² Why Americans Use Euphemisms
§² Wish You Knew Better Grammar?
§²¹ Words Come and Go in Adaptable English
§² Words to Travel With, Part 1
§² Words to Travel With, Part 2: Airports
§² Would You Like to Know More About 'Would'?
§² Would You Like to Learn About Modal Auxiliaries?
§² You Can Use the Simple Past Tense to Make Polite Offers
§²¹ You Really Should Learn Modals!
* Audio lesson is found on selected grammar pages.
* Lesson is not found on the individual grammar pages.
* * Lesson is listed in the study section.
 
Grammar Tips
Can You Catch These Native Speaker Mistakes?
(Beginner - Listening)

An audio lesson to help with your understanding of common mistakes. The English is spoken at 75% of normal speed. Click here to visit the lesson page with the written script for this audio program.
Commonly Confused Words: Part One
(Beginner - Listening, reading)

A video lesson to help with your understanding of commonly confused words.
The English is spoken at 75% of normal speed.
Click here to visit the lesson page.
Commonly Confused Words: Part One
(Beginner - Listening)

An audio lesson to help with your understanding of commonly confused words. The English is spoken at 75% of normal speed. Click here to visit the lesson page with the written script for this audio program.
Commonly Confused Words: Part Two
(Beginner - Listening, reading)

A video lesson to help with your understanding of commonly confused words.
The English is spoken at 75% of normal speed.
Click here to visit the lesson page.
Commonly Confused Words: Part Two
(Beginner - Listening)

An audio lesson to help with your understanding of commonly confused words. The English is spoken at 75% of normal speed. Click here to visit the lesson page with the written script for this audio program.
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