How to learn English Grammar?
That really is the question, because few aspects of English make new speakers of the language quite so much anguish. People who are used to clear, precise grammatical rules find the challenges English grammar can be both funny and, often, puzzling.
The fact that native English speakers themselves often have little grammatical knowledge does not really help either; they are quite prepared to justify an unusual word order, a totally illogical verb ending or the vagaries of spelling with a shrug of the shoulders and a ‘Well, that’s just the way it is’ kind of comment.
And yet millions of students such as yourself, coming to English as a second or even a third language, have managed to learn English grammar successfully. So let’s look at some ideas that can help point you in the right direction.
The worst way to learn anything is to just keep on relentlessly working your way through a text book, hour after hour. Even the most motivated people struggle to maintain their enthusiasm. One of the key things to remember about how to learn English grammar is to make sure you find some ways that let you have FUN ! Yes, believe it or not, it is grammatically correct to use the words grammar and fun in the same sentence.