Grammar is the framework upon which all our communication is built. Most native speakers of a language tend to have an intuitive grasp of their own grammar due to sheer frequency of use, but far fewer people will have a more rigorous understanding of their language. Being able to look objectively at your own grammar can help to make your speaking or writing clearer and easier to understand, as well as being more professional for applications such as CV writing. Whether you are a native speaker looking to polish up your grammar, or a later learner aiming to gain stronger familiarity, read on to learn more about the common ground rules of formal English grammar. There are a few rules that can be applied anywhere in English that are extremely helpful in analysing grammar.
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