Sentences are sets of words that are combined to express complete thoughts. These ‘sets of words’ make understanding written work and learning information easier. Sentences are made up of clauses and phrases. A clause is a group of words that contain at least a subject and a verb (NB: a clause can be a sentence). There are four sentence types: simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex.

Review of English Grammar – Business and Technical Communication

In this “Review of English Grammar – Business and Technical Communication” you will learn about the following topics:

  1. Clauses
  2. Types of Clauses
  3. Main or Independent Clause
  4. Subordinate or Dependent Clause
  5. Noun Phrase, Adjective Clause, Adverb Clause
  6. Sentence Structure
  7. Types of Sentences
  8. Simple Sentence, Compound Sentence, Complex Sentence, Compound-Complex
  9. Active and Passive Voice
  10. Present Tense, Past Tense, Future Tense, Some Other Tips
  11. Variety Levels of English
  12. Formal and Informal English
  13. Verbs – Informal & Formal, Transitions – Informal & Formal, Emphasis Words – Informal & Formal, Letter Expressions – Informal & Formal, Abbreviations – Informal & Formal, Slang – Informal & Formal, Differences between Formal and Informal English
  14. Polite and Impolite English
  15. Spoken and Written
  16. Review of English Grammar




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