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Intermediate Grammar Structures in English

Intermediate grammar structures in English are intended for intermediate students (students who have studied the basic grammar of English.) Intermediate Grammar structures in English concentrate on those structures which intermediate students want to use and here the basic grammar structures have been elaborated. Some advanced students who have problems with grammar will also find it useful.

Intermediate Grammar Structures in English
Intermediate Grammar Structures in English

Intermediate Grammar Structures in English

1. Parts of Speech
Kinds of Nouns

  1. Proper Nouns
  2. Common Nouns
  3. Compound Nouns
  4. Collective Nouns
  5. Concrete Nouns
  6. Abstract Nouns
  7. Material Nouns
  8. Pronoun
  9. Countable Nouns
  10. Uncountable Nouns 

Kinds of Pronouns

  1. Personal Pronouns
  2. Interrogative Pronouns
  3. Indefinite Pronouns
  4. Relative Pronouns
  5. Possessive Pronouns
  6. Reflexive Pronouns
  7. Intensive Pronouns
  8. Demonstrative Pronouns
  9. Reciprocal Pronouns
  10. Distributive Pronouns

Kinds of Verbs

  1. Transitive Verbs
  2. Intransitive Verbs
  3. Dynamic/ Event Verbs
  4. Stative Verbs
  5. Perception/ Sensation Verbs
  6. Linking/ Copular/ Predicating Verbs
  7. Phrasal/ Prepositional Verbs
  8. Modal Auxiliary Verbs
  9. Helping Verbs/ Auxiliary Verbs
  10. Hypothesis Verbs
  11. Causative Verbs
  12. Regular and Irregular Verbs 

Kinds of Adjectives

  1. Descriptive Adjectives
  2. Indefinite Articles: a, an
  3. Definite Article: the 
  4. Numeral Adjectives 
  5. Possessive Adjectives
  6. Demonstrative Adjectives 
  7. Interrogative Adjectives
  8. Indefinite Adjectives
  9. Predicate Adjectives
  10. Noun Adjectives
  11. Comparative Adjectives
  12. Superlative Adjectives

Kinds of Adverbs

  1. Adverbs of Frequency
  2. Adverbs of Manner
  3. Adverbs of Place
  4. Adverbs of Time
  5. Adverbs of Degree
  6. Interrogative Adverbs
  7. Adverbial Objectives
  8. The Adverb Clauses
  9. The Relative Adverbs
  10. Conjunctive Adverbs

Kinds of Prepositions

  1. Simple Preposition
  2. Compound Preposition
  3. Double Preposition
  4. Participle Preposition
  5. Phrase Prepositions (Prepositional Phrase)

Kinds of Preposition According to the Function

  1. Preposition of Place
  2. Preposition of Time
  3. Preposition for Direction
  4. Preposition for Instrument.

Kinds of Conjunctions

  1. Coordinating conjunction
  2. Subordinating Conjunction
  3. Correlative conjunction

Kinds of Interjections

  1. Interjection for Greeting
  2. Interjection for Joy
  3. Interjection for Approval
  4. Interjection for Attention
  5. Interjection for Surprise
  6. Interjection for Sorrow

2. All Modal Auxiliary Verbs
Such as can, could, may, might, must, ought to, shall, should, will, would and etc.

3. Clause and its kind

  1. Main or Independent Clause
  2. Subordinate or dependent Clause
  3. Noun Clause
  4. Adjective Clauses
  5. Adverb Clauses

4. Phrase and its kind

  1. The Noun Phrase
  2. The Verb Phrase
  3. Prepositional Phrases
  4. Participial Phrases 
  5. Gerund Phrases
  6. Infinitive Phrases

5. Conditional Sentences

  1. Type 1
  2. Type 2
  3. Type 3
  4. Zero Conditional
  5. Mixed Conditional 

6. Gerund and its Usages

7. Infinitive and its Kind

  1. Full infinitive
  2. Bare infinitive
  3. Split infinitive 

8. Included Question Into Question

9. Included Question Into Statement

10. Preferences

11. Obligations

12. Politeness

13. Do and Make

14. Participle and its kinds

15. Sequence of Adjectives

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