English Grammar

Posts that are specifically about English Grammar. It’s philosophy, construction, and usage – including many of the most common Grammatical Mistakes.

Chocoholic – Workaholic – Shopaholic (The Pseudo-Suffix “-aholic”)

“Chocoholic” – “Workaholic” – “Shopaholic” (The Pseudo-Suffix “-aholic”) – Learn The Meaning & Usage of These Stupid Terms And Why They Completely Suck!!!

Grammar Lesson – The Letter C

Learn All about “The Letter C” in English Grammar, as well as definitions and pronunciation – here on GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

Abbreviation – Grammar Lesson

Abbreviation – Learn The Meaning And Usage of The Grammatical Term Abbreviation and all of its different variations – GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

Absolute Phrase – Grammar Lesson

Learn the meaning and usage of the Grammatical Term, “Absolute Phrase” – with plenty of entertaining examples to make grammar awesome!!!

Abstract Noun (Grammar Lesson)

Abstract Noun – The Common Tongue Grammatical Term. Learn the meaning and usage of Abstract Nouns, with explanations and examples – GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

The Grammatical Term: Un-Countable Noun – It’s Meaning And Usage In English

Un-Countable Noun – Learn The Meaning & Usage of this Grammatical Term – with explanations, examples, images, and a video to help illustrate the meaning.

The Grammatical Term: Countable Noun – It’s Meaning And Usage In English

Countable Noun – Learn The Meaning & Usage of this Grammatical Term – with explanations, examples, and images to help illustrate the meaning.

Adjective – Grammar Lesson

The Grammatical Term, “Adjective” – The different types of Adjectives and how they are used in a sentence…  and why they are so important.

Grammar Lesson – The Letter B

Learn All about The Letter B in English Grammar, as well as Definitions and Pronunciation – with explanations and examples – GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

The Letter A (Grammar & Pronunciation Lesson)

The Letter A – Learn All about The Letter “A” in English Grammar – as well as the definitions of its different uses, and also the different pronunciations.

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