English Grammar

This Wikibook is designed to teach standard English Grammar as taught in English-speaking countries. Although the English page has a separate section for grammar, it seems harder to follow if you are using it for self study or classroom use. If you plan on taking a course for grammar, this resource may help. The layout and structure is based upon the 1963 edition of Warriner's English Grammar and Composition, but does not use any resources or text derived from that resource. All text in this Wikibook is self-made or taken from another public domain resource. As this Wikibook is new, it is very easy to add any additional information about particular parts of a part of speech (i.e. helping verbs, subordinate clauses, etc...). Any additions to this Wikibook are greatly appreciated.


  • Chapter 2. Subject and Predicate25% developed  as of Jul 01, 2011
    • Lesson 1. What is a Sentence
    • Lesson 2. Subject and Predicate
    • Lesson 3. Finding the Subject of a Sentence
    • Lesson 4. The Sentence as a Complete Thought
    • Lesson 5. The Predicate Nominative
    • Lesson 6. The Predicate Adjective
    • Lesson 7. Direct and Indirect Objects
    • Chapter 2 Review
    • Chapter 2 Test
  • Chapter 3. Phrases and Clauses0% developed  as of Jul 01, 2011
    • Lesson 1. Prepositional Phrases
    • Lesson 2. Phrases Used as Adjectives
    • Lesson 3. Phrases Used as Adverbs
    • Lesson 4. Participles
    • Lesson 5. Gerunds
    • Lesson 6. Infinitives
    • Lesson 7. Clauses
    • Lesson 8. Complements and Modifiers
    • Lesson 9. Sentence Structures
    • Chapter 3 Review
    • Chapter 3 Test

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Last modified on 1 July 2011, at 06:27