- She is a good students.
- I was learning English Grammar when he came.
- Mila has been working in this company since 1978.
- I will be right here as soon as possible.
- Be carefull, my son!
- Don't be a fool!
14 February 2010
To master English Grammar, we have to learn a lot and always practise as well as do some exercises available in Internet or books. However, this method doesn't guarantee someone to master grammar. Besides, he or she has to continue hsi/her study like in a university, academy, etc.
In this opportunity, Let me please discuss about how to LEARN ENGLISH GRAMMAR STEP BY STEP.
Therefore, I recommend you to stand by in this discussion and I would be pleased if you wish to subscribe the discussion into your Email or become 3nglish7.blogspot.com's Followers.
STEP - 1 : UNDERSTANDING YOUR OWN LANGUAGE
Before we continue to the next step or go to the point, you should follow the step and feel Okay to learn it seriously to achieve the highest comprehension.
What you have to do for the first time is Try to understand your own language. This method is effective enough. By learning your own language you can compare the differences found in foreign language. Because the author of this blog is Indonesian, the focus of discussion is bigger than other languages.
Study this following case!
In the first sentence /saya belajar bahasa inggris/ when we translate each word of the sentences, we will find that they have their own similarity, take notice of it below!
SAYA ==> I
BELAJAR ==> STUDY
BHS.INGGRIS ==> ENGLISH
Further, when we analize the structure of the sentences, we will find the same structure :
In the illustration above, we can see that there's no differences between Indonesia language and English language. What about the others?.
Then, Study this following case!
In the sentence above we'll see that Subject /saya/ is similar to subject /I/ as well as Predicate /lapar/ and predicate /hungry/. However, there's a word we usually call it "BE" or "TO BE". You will not find this word in Indonesian language. Here, we can conclude that one of the differences we'll find in both languages is in that "BE". "BE" is one of the elements in building a good sentence in English Language. Therefore, this element can not be omitted.
In the sentences above, we find that there are many kinds of be in English Language, like is, am, are, was, were, be, been and being. To read more about "BE", please Click here.
To take notice of the discussion above, we should focus our discussion in the difference then.
Study this following case!
Japanese language = watashi wa herman desu. (means : I am herman.)
Take notice that "wa" in the sentence above is the same as "BE" in English language.