Mastering English Grammar by S. Burton

Mastering English Grammar by S. Burton

Mastering English Grammar by S. H. Burton

Contents of Mastering English Grammar

  • What is grammar? Language and communication
  • Making sense
  • Grammar and sense
  • Phrases and sentences Word groups
  • Phrases
  • Sentences
  • Four kinds of sentences
  • The punctuation of written
  • sentences
  • Subject and predicate The two parts of the sentence
  • The functions of the two parts
  • Subject and predicate
  • Words in sentences Words at work
  • Different work for the same word
  • An introduction to the The eight parts of speech
  • parts of speech Nouns
  • Verbs
  • Pronouns
  • Adjectives
  • Adverbs
  • Prepositions
  • Conjunctions
  • Interjections
  • Family groups and word
  • behaviour
  • The parts of the simple Definition of the simple
  • sentence sentence
  • Subject and predicate
  • The subject and the subject-word
  • Subject-word and words qualifying subject-word
  • Predicate: the verb and words modifying the verb
  • Predicate: the direct object
  • Predicate: the indirect object so
  • Predicate: predicative words (or complement)
  • A tabular list of all the parts of the simple sentence
  • Finite verbs and non-fmite Finite verbs verbs Non-fmite verbs
  • Participial phrases
  • Gerundive phrases
  • Infinitive phrases
  • Simple sentence analysis Tabular analysis
  • Descriptive analysis
  • Graphic analysis
  • Analysing phrases
  • Clauses and sentences What is a clause?
  • Main clauses
  • Co-ordinating conjunctions
  • Double sentences
  • Multiple sentences
  • Complex sentences
  • Kinds of sentences: a check-list
  • Summing up
  • Subordinate clauses and Introduction the work they do Adjective-clauses
  • Adverb-clauses
  • Noun-clauses
  • The analysis of complex Method
  • double and multiple Procedure
  • sentences Notes on procedure
  • Worked examples: complex
  • sentences
  • Double and multiple sentence analysis
  • Tests in analysis
  • The parts of speech: a Introduction
  • chapter for reference Nouns
  • Pronouns
  • Adjectives
  • Verbs
  • Adverbs
  • Prepositions
  • Conjunctions
  • Interjections
  • ‘It’ as a provisional subject
  • ‘There’ as an introductory adverb
  • Common errors and Introduction
  • debatable points Agreement
  • Case
  • Verb-forms
  • The rule of proximity
  • Woolly use of pronouns
  • Defming and non-defming
  • phrases and clauses
  • Chopping and changing
  • Tests

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