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English grammar section will guide you through the parts of the speech, verbs and verb tenses in the English language. Here you can find also clear explanations of English non-finite verbal forms, English grammar and writing tips, common errors in English, essential English idioms, as well as many example sentences.

Part of Speech (one of the grammatical groups, such as noun, verb and adjective, into which words are divided depending on their use) : : Noun - a word that refers to a person, place, thing, event, substance or quality
: : Article - any of the English words 'a', 'an' and 'the' or words in other languages that do the same job as these
: : Adjective - a word that describes a noun or pronoun: 'big', 'boring', 'purple', 'quick' and 'obvious' are all adjectives
          : : Degrees of Comparison (Adjectives)
: : Adverb - a word which describes or gives more information about a verb, adjective, adverb or phrase
          : : Degrees of Comparison (Adverbs)
: : Pronoun - a word which is used instead of a noun or a noun phrase
: : Verb - a word or phrase that describes an action, condition or experience.
: : Verb Tense - A verb tense shows when an action or state happens (past, present or future). It also indicates whether the action is ongoing or complete. There are 12 (basic) English tenses. The name of an English tense is not always a guide to when the action happens. The Present Continuous Tense, for example, can be used to talk about the present or the future.
: : Present Simple Tense (en)
: : Present Continuous (Progressive) Tense (en)
: : Past Simple Tense (en)
: : Past Continuous (Progressive) Tense (en)
: : Future Simple Tense (en)
: : Future Continuous (Progressive) Tense (en)
: : Present Perfect Tense (en)
: : Past Perfect Tense (en)
: : Future Perfect Tense (en)
: : Present Perfect Continuous (Progressive) Tense (en)
: : Past Perfect Continuous (Progressive) Tense (en)
: : Future Perfect Continuous (Progressive) Tense (en)
: : Preposition - in grammar, a word which is used before a noun, a noun phrase or a pronoun, connecting it to another word
: : Conjunction - a word such as 'and', 'but', 'while' or 'although' that connects words, phrases and clauses in a sentence
: : Interjection - a word or phrase that shows the emotion or the feeling of the speaker. It is more commonly used in informal language than in formal. An interjaction can stand alone or be placed before or after a sentence.

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English Grammar Reference

English Verbs
: : Modal Verbs /en/
: : Stative and Dynamic Verbs /en/

Non-Finite Verbal Forms
: : Infinitive 1 and Infinitive 2 /en/
: : Gerund. Infinitive and Gerund /en/
: : Present Participle /en/
: : Past Participle /en
: : Using Participles /en/

: : Idioms /en/, /bg/
: : Wh-questions (which, what, who, whom, whose, when, where, why and how) /en/, /bg/
: : Prepositions to Use with Common Words:
A - C      D - F      G - I      J - L      M - P
Q - U      V - Z

Sources used for the section "English Grammar"

English Conditionals
: : Conditionals. Zero, First, and Second Conditionals /en/
: : Conditionals. Third and Mixed Conditionals /en/
: : Conditionals Without "If" /en/

English Errors and Writing Tips
: : Common Errors in English /en/, /bg/
: : English Grammar and Writing Tips /en/

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