English Grammar

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English Grammar by Mind Map: English Grammar

1. Parts of Speech (or "Word Classess")

1.1. Adjectives

1.1.1. Possessive

1.1.2. Demonstrative

1.2. Adverbs

1.2.1. Adverbs of Frequency

1.2.2. Adverbs of Manner

1.2.3. Adverbs of Time

1.2.4. Adverbs of Place

1.2.5. Adverbs of Degree

1.2.6. Adverbs of Certainty

1.2.7. Adverbs of Attitude

1.2.8. Adverbs of Judgment

1.3. Articles

1.3.1. Indefinite

1.3.2. Definite

1.4. Conjunctions

1.4.1. Coordinating Conjunctions

1.4.2. Subordinating Conjunctions

1.4.3. Correlative Conjunctions

1.5. Nouns

1.5.1. Concrete Nouns

1.5.2. Proper Nouns

1.5.3. Abstract Nouns

1.5.4. Countable and Uncountable Nouns

1.5.5. Collective Nouns

1.5.6. Compound Nouns

1.5.7. Regular Plural Nouns

1.5.8. Irregular Plural Nouns

1.6. Prepositions

1.6.1. Use in a sentence

1.6.1.1. Preposition of Place

1.6.1.2. Preposition of Time

1.6.1.3. Preposition of Movement

1.6.2. Construction of preposition

1.6.2.1. Simple Preposition

1.6.2.2. Double Preposition

1.6.2.3. Compound Preposition

1.7. Verbs

1.7.1. Verbs Tenses

1.7.1.1. Present Tense

1.7.1.1.1. Simple Present

1.7.1.1.2. Present Continuous

1.7.1.1.3. Present Perfect

1.7.1.1.4. Present Perfect Continuous

1.7.1.2. Past Tense

1.7.1.2.1. Simple Past

1.7.1.2.2. Past Continuous

1.7.1.2.3. Past Perfect

1.7.1.2.4. Past Perfect Continuous

1.7.1.3. Future Tense

1.7.1.3.1. Simple Future

1.7.1.3.2. Future Continuous

1.7.1.3.3. Future Perfect

1.7.1.3.4. Future Perfect Continuous

1.8. Pronouns

1.8.1. Personal Pronouns

1.8.1.1. Subject Pronouns

1.8.1.2. Object Pronouns

1.8.2. Reflexive Pronouns

1.8.3. Possessive Pronouns

1.8.4. Demonstrative Pronouns

1.8.5. Indefinite Pronouns

1.8.6. Relative Pronouns

1.8.7. Intensive Pronouns

1.8.8. Interrogative Pronouns

1.8.9. Reciprocal Pronouns

2. Sentence Structure

2.1. Sentence

2.1.1. Sentence Structure

2.1.1.1. Complex-compound Sentences

2.1.1.2. Complex Sentences

2.1.1.3. Compound Sentences

2.1.1.4. Simple Sentences

2.1.2. Types of Sentence

2.1.2.1. Imperative

2.1.2.2. Declarative

2.1.2.3. Exclamatory

2.1.2.4. Interrogative

2.2. Phrase

2.2.1. Noun Phrases

2.2.2. Verb Phrases

2.2.3. Gerund Phrases

2.2.4. Infinitive Phrases

2.2.5. Appositive Phrases

2.2.6. Participial Phrases

2.2.7. Prepositional Phrases

2.2.8. Absolute Phrases

2.3. Clause

2.3.1. Noun Clause

2.3.2. Adjective Clause

2.3.3. Adverb Clause

2.3.4. Independent Clause

2.3.5. Dependent Clause

2.4. Conditionals

2.4.1. Zero Conditional

2.4.2. First Conditional

2.4.3. Second Conditional

2.4.4. Third Conditional

2.4.5. Mixed Conditional

2.5. Passive Voice

3. Expressions

3.1. Idioms

3.2. Phrasal Verbs

3.3. Colocattion

4. Figures of Speech

4.1. Alliteration

4.2. Anaphora

4.3. Antithesis

4.4. Apostrophe

4.5. Assonance

4.6. Euphemism

4.7. Hyperbole

4.8. Irony

4.9. Metaphor

4.10. Onomatopoeia

4.11. Oxymoron

4.12. Personification

4.13. Simile

4.14. Synecdoche

4.15. Understatement

4.16. Metonymy