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Online English Grammar Tutoring

You may always wonder about the accurate usage of the semicolon or how to place adjectives in a sentence? TutorVista teaches you to study all facets of the English language, allowing you to improve the writing skills in both personal communications and formal communications. Whether you start with the basics such as understanding the meaning of verbs and adverbs and right use of apostrophe, or wanting to accept more intricate topics such as conjunctions, clauses, speeches and creative writing methods, TutorVista has it all covered.

Every child learns in his or her own way, which means personal attention is required to make all the difference in becoming proficient in English. When it comes to English tutoring, personal learning is what is best. Our efficient tutors at TutorVista motivate and inspire your child and get to the root of your child’s English help needs, in order for your child to soar with fresh and new skills and self-assurance. Study Basic English grammar and become fluent in English. Understand the concepts of English grammar and learn the subject easily.

Tutors take you through the basics of English grammar, giving a foundation for further learning. Writing and grammar skills are important in any line of work, at any age, and for any given reason. Words, spoken, written and thought off are helpful to focus and express an activity. A student may work at his or her own pace. A student may repeat a lesson as often as desired. The objective is to learn and not just finish each and every chapter without understanding. Thus, lessons at TutorVista include reading, vocabulary, grammar, and practice exercises.


Different Parts of Speech

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NOUNS : Nouns are people, places, or things, They tell what we are talking about. The words dog, Janet, rock, America, and it are nouns.

ADJECTIVES : Adjectives modify, or define, nouns. The words short, beautiful, careless, & boring are adjectives.

ADVERBS : Adverbs revise or modify the adjectives, verbs, or adverbs. They tell us when, how and where things happen. They express quantity, intensity, rate of recurrence, and opinions.

DETERMINERS: Articles, quantifiers, and other determiners modify nouns. Determiners help us say what we are talking about.

Verbs are action words. They tell us what is happening and when an incident happens (past, present, future). Verbs can also express possibilities and situations.

SPEECH : When we describe what someone says, we can quote the person directly or indirectly. 

PUNCTUATION : Punctuation is not part of oral grammar, but it is vital and important to master in written English.

Points to Remember

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While learning English Grammar its important to keep in mind a few rules and also avoid common errors while writing. Mentioned below are errors that can be avoided:
  1. “Its” and “It’s” are two unlike words.
  2. “They’re,” “their,” and “there” are different words. 
  3. Simple plurals do not have need of an apostrophe. 
  4. Avoid using “they” and “their” while talking about one person.
  5. A complete sentence needs a subject and a key verb.
  6. Quotation marks are required less often than you might expect.
  7. Job titles should not be capitalized unless they are used directly before a name, or as part of a name. 
  8. “This” should closely and always be followed by a noun. 
  9. Avoid overusing passive voice.
  10. Remember spelling counts. 
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