Do you know where different words go in English sentences? I’ve written a number of articles, and compiled a book, covering lots of the rules that help you create grammatically correct sentence structure. Read from the following free articles on the site, or check out my eBook (details below).
- Adjective word order
- Noun complements and additional information that follows nouns
- Word order for compound nouns – combining more than one noun
- Simple, compound and complex sentences
- “in general” vs “generally” – a specific example with something to say about word order and adverbs
- Advanced re-arranging of sentences
- Contractions and the effect they have on tense forms
- Embedded questions and how they fit into sentences
The ELB Word Order Grammar Guide
The complete sentence structure guide takes you from the general ‘Subject-Verb-Object’ to more complex patterns of listing adjectives and flexible positioning of adverbs. It follows a simple chapter structure, covering the following topics:
- Sentence Structure
- Negative sentences
- Verb phrases
- Noun phrases
- Describing words
- Mixed sentence order
There are quick exercises of scrambled sentences to test your knowledge of English word order at every stage of the book, so you can put the lessons into practice.
You can purchase the full guide from Amazon.