No English Grammar vs Yes English Grammar.

Should I learn English Grammar?

An innumerable question is floating over the internet bearing this skeptical mindset. Countering it there are many articles in regards to soothing this riddle. Different people have different viewpoints about No English Grammar vs Yes English Grammar.

I am a non-native self-learner passionate about English language knowledge, holding a master’s degree in English. I have a voracious appetite for learning English.

I Shall share my opinion, with references to my many years of learning

It was ingrained in my mind to learn English from a teenage age. But owing to lacking explicit resources and guidelines as I was dwelling in a village with no learning environment, I could not learn it. But I could not let dissipate my aspiration to learn it and continued learning it by reading grammar and related books. When I left my village and shifted to a big city in regard to work. During my work, I joined several coaching centers to learn how to speak English. But these centers could not serve my purpose. To cut a long story short my self-learning style helped me.

My opinion

It is based on many years of my learning and now I have been teaching globally how to speak English effectively.

As we need to know which part of our body does what work. Thus according to its function, we assign the task. Because we can not put the earbuds in our mouths to hear something. Similarly, we cannot put food in our ears to eat. All parts of our body work in its harmony as per their different functions.

English is a language that is based on certain structures and these structures follow some rules. If we overlook its rule it will not render the purpose we want to serve.

Grammar reference

As nouns and pronouns have attributes to comprise either subject or object, an Adjective gives additional information about a Noun and Pronoun. A verb shows action. A preposition shows the potion and relation and so no.

See this example:-

He gave good advice for you to learn English.

He:- pronoun (here is it satisfying the grammar as a subject)

Gave:- the main verb “past simple” of this sentence (“Showing the action”)

Good:- an adjective (giving additional information about the noun “advice“)

Advice:- an uncountable noun (It is the direct object of the verb “gave”)

For:- a preposition (“Showing the relation’)

You:- a pronoun (here it is the direct object of the preposition “for“)

To learn:- infinitive

English: a noun (” It is a name of a language, and is a proper noun. hence it always appears with the first letter capital”).

Conclusion “No English Grammar vs Yes English Grammar”.

Here I tried to put a chunk of grammar rules. I want to circle back on whether English grammar is important or not. If someone wants to learn English at an intermediate to advance level. It is vital for them, but many people just want to copy-paste and use some tools to serve their purpose, that is their choice. But I go with “yes grammar“.