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Study the word list: ESOL English grammar

Vocabulary to help students learning English understand various parts of grammar.

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adjective
An adjective is a word which describes a noun. *
auxiliary
The primary auxiliary verbs in English are to be, to have and to do. *
conjunction
A conjunction is used to join two parts of a sentence together. *
modal
A modal verb is a type of auxiliary verb that is used to indicate the likelihood or probability of something occurring. *
phrasal
A phrasal verb consists of a noun and a particle. *
preposition
A preposition combines with a pronoun or a noun to indicate location, movement or time. *
rhetorical
A rhetorical device, such as a question, is used for effect rather than to get an answer. *
syntax
The sequence in which words are put together to form sentences is known as the syntax. *

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