What is Grammar?
Grammar is the structural ‘rules’ of a language. It covers:
- Syntax: the order in which words and phrases are ordered to create meaningful expressions in a language
- Morphology: word forms and the formation of words by the addition of prefixes and suffixes
- Semantics: the meaning of a language
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What do Teachers Need to Consider? – Teaching Grammar
When teachers are introducing a new grammar point, they need to be aware of the whole range of features that make up the grammar. Teachers need to think about when and how a language structure is used.