Grammar Essay Topics

In the 15th Century the idea of schooling began

It is used during the process of ‘streaming’ within school subjects. For example pupils who the teacher feels is good or poor at a certain subject, will be taught in a high or low ability group, this has criticisms at it encourages pupils to think of themselves as having fixed educational ability. A pupil can… View Article

Verbs And Adverbs

An action verb is underlined in each sentence. Write the number of the Circle the adverb that describes the verb. 1. My grandpa snored loudly. 2. Chloe played on the beach yesterday. 3. I will visit my friend tomorrow. 4. George, will you come here? 5. My sheepdog sat lazily in the pool. 6. Neil… View Article

Tesol Diploma At London College

a) The List of Fools The emperor Akbar had many hobbies.  Who had many hobbies? What is Akbar? Was Akbar an emperor or a servant? What did Akbar have? Did Akbar have many hobbies? The emperor Akbar had many hobbies, hadn’t he?   He liked playing chess and flying kites; he liked listening to stories… View Article

Prepositional Phrases

Once, there was a little girl named Matilda. Her father worked for an organization concerned with the health of the people, so Matilda was used to traveling all across the city, and all over the world. At age seven, she demonstrated the abilities of an eighteen year old. Being exposed to the kind of work… View Article

Grammar and Irrelevant Material Detracts

1. Writing too much. Some students think the suggested page limits are just a general guideline, and it’s a good idea to go over them. Usually it isn’t. While a professor may not mind a paper that’s slightly above the limit, especially if the content is good, students who go on and on show a… View Article

The Role of Universal Grammar in Second Language Learning

Universal Grammar has been one of the most debated topics in linguistics since its inception in 1976. As to its role in first language acquisition, UG has already established a name because it has fully explained why children are able to learn their mother tongue or any other language in such an easy and rapid… View Article

Punctuation And Capitalization

As a Communications teacher, I’ve found that one effective way to improve punctuation is to look for punctuation errors and correct them, explaining why the correction needs to be made. “Convictions are more dangerous foes of truth than lies,” wrote the philosopher. Some key vitamins and minerals found in milk are vitamin D, calcium, and… View Article

English Should Not Obey The Rules of Grammar

People talk differently depending on whom they are talking to and on the circumstances of the conversation. For instance, people who work together in different kinds of jobs have special words for their jobs: lawyers know legal language, doctors know medical terms, and factory workers know the right terms to describe the products they make… View Article

Discussion Questions

· What does communication style mean to you? Describe how your communication style changes depending on who you are communicating with. How does your communication style change with friends, family, classmates, and instructors? What are the key differences between academic and casual communication styles? The communication style means sending messages or message to a person… View Article

Health and Social Care

People use different ways to communicate with other people, depending on the situation in a health and social care setting. Informal is mostly used between people who know each other very well and formal for individuals who do not know others to well or have not met before. People who are expected to talk in… View Article

Stative Verb and Action Verb

All verbs in English are classified as either stative or action verbs (also referred to as ‘dynamic verbs’). Action verbs describe actions we take (things we do) or things that happen. Stative verbs refer to the way things ‘are’ – their appearance, state of being, smell, etc. The most important difference between stative and action… View Article

Six Tenses in Regular Verbs

Standard English” is the literary dialect used in formal writing and in the speech of well educated persons. It descends from the West Saxon dialect of Old English, specifically the dialect of London. “Non-standard English” includes many regional dialects, whose grammatical forms and words ( such as ain’t and varmint, for example) are not exactly… View Article

Systemic Functional Grammar

Systemic functional grammar (SFG) is a form of grammatical description originated by Michael Halliday. Michael Halliday (born 13 April 1925) is a British linguist who developed the internationally influential systemic functional linguistic model of language. His grammatical descriptions go by the name of systemic functional grammar (SFG). Halliday describes language as a semiotic system, “not… View Article

Homonyms and antonyms

“Words identical in form but quite different in their meaning and distribution are called homonyms” [1, 74]. “Homonym is a word that is spelt like another word (or pronounced like it) but which has a different meaning” [2, 464]. The term is derided from Greek “homonymous” (homos – “the same” and onoma – “name”) and… View Article

Short Cousework on Parts of Speech

I am equally grateful to my lecturer, Madam Wan Ziraiza Binti Raja Wan Ismail because she gave me moral support and guided me regarding the topic in this assignment. She had been very kind and patient while suggesting me the outlines of this short coursework in class and correcting my uncertainties. I would like to… View Article