English Basics: 101

We’ve all studied English in school. But after the basic education, we pretty much forget about this beautiful subject and language though we pretty much use it every day. Today we will take a look at some grammar basics that will help you make your English speaking and writing that much better. Learning never stops!

 

Sentences

Sentences are made of two parts: the subject and the predicate.

The subject is the person or thing that acts or is described in the sentence. The predicate, on the other hand, is that action or description.

Complete sentences need both the subject and the predicate.

 

Clauses

Sentences can be broken down into clauses.

For example: The boy is going to the school, and he is going to eat there.

This is a complete sentence composed of two clauses. There are mainly two types of clauses: independent clauses and subordinate clauses.

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