Glossarama

One of the trickiest things about understanding grammar is that the people teaching it use all these crazy scientific words which make the whole thing sound like a terrifying gynecological procedure. Here you can find brief (well, as brief as I can manage) explanations of all the grammatical terminology and foundational grammatical knowledge you might need to make sense of our grammar lessons. These kinds of things will also be linked in every lesson for easy access. I hope this helps to make the experience less scary.

In alphabetical order

Accusative Case
Adjectives
Adverbials
Adverbs
Articles (definite and indefinite)
Articles (possessive pronouns)
Cases
Clauses
Complements
Conjugations
Conjunctions
Dative Case
Declensions
First position
Genitive Case
Nominative Case
Nouns
Object
Past participles
Possessives
Prepositions
Pronouns
Roots
Strong/weak
Subject
Subject/Verb inversion
Tenses
Verbs

Ordered by topic

Verbs

Conjugations
Past participles
Roots
Strong/weak
Tenses
Verbs

Nouns

Articles (definite and indefinite)
Articles (possessive pronouns)
Nouns
Object
Possessives
Subject
Declensions
Pronouns

Descriptors

Adjectives
Adverbials
Adverbs
Complements
Prepositions

Cases

Accusative Case
Cases
Dative Case
Genitive Case
Nominative Case

Word Order

Clauses
Conjunctions
First position
Subject/Verb inversion

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