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Home > Reference > Glossary Glossary of English Grammar Terms A fully cross-referenced English glossary of linguistic and grammatical terms. Each grammar definition contains an explanation and cross-references to other relevant grammar terms. Usable for both native speakers interested in language and linguistics, and students of English as a second language (ESL, EFL, ESOL, and EAP) English grammar terms of all levels from beginner to advanced. Search the English Grammar Glossary
When it comes to speaking, teachers are confronted with many challenges, such as How do I get my students to speak in class? to How can I make them stop using their first language? Unfortunately, there aren’t any fast answers to these questions. However, we do know that students need to practice English as much as they can during and outside of class.
Just what is the International Phonetic Alphabet (or IPA )? I often use the IPA on this blog and a number of our accent training resources. You will see it used on countless other linguistics websites as well.
Puzzled by the past perfect? Muddled about modals? Perplexed by prepositions? Look no further than the onestopenglish Grammar section.
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