Rules of Grammar

stock-photo-grammar-concept-word-cloud-background-216945532Grammar can be define as the set of structural rules governing the composition of clauses, phrases, and words.

You can bravely write sentence construction and accurate communication if you understand the guidelines.These includes:Use of active voice, Link ideas with a conjunction,Use a comma to connect two ideas as one, Use a serial commma in a list, Use the semi colon to join two ideas, Use the simple present tense for habitual actions, Use the present progressive tense for current action,Add “ed” to verbs for the past tense,Use perfect tenses.Rules of Grammar

Using Active voice : For example, Mary washed the plate.

Linking ideas with a conjunction: conjunctions includes,For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet, So.For example, Mary and I washed the plate.

Using a comma to connect two ideas:For example,Mary washed the plate, and I dispose the waste bin.

Using a serial comma in a list:For example, Toys R Us has babies and kids toys on sale.

Using semicolon to join two ideas: This can be use when two ideas are seperate sentences, but you think that they are. So closely connected;they really should be one.Use a semicolon. For example, Acquiring Knowledge is important;it’s powerful and enthusiastic.

Using the Simple Present Tense for Habitual Actions:The simple present is the tense we use for any habitual action such as the things you always do.For example, I am studying for my exams.

A Clause is the smallest grammatical unit that can express a complete proposition. A typical clause consists of a subject and a verb phrase.

A Phrase is a small group of words standing together as a conceptual unit, typically forming a component of a clause. These incudes: Adverbial phrases, Noun phrases, and Prepositional phrases.

In other words, grammer in digital age still matters , its allows for credibility, professionalism, respect, clarity, convenience and posterity as a journalist, communicator and public relation professional.http://www.prnewsonline.com

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