All English Grammar Rules


This book "All English Grammar Rules" was translated into Arabic by the author , Ahmed Saeed,. That book is composed of sixty-five-pages .That book richs in English grammar and also  many translated examples for ease of comprehension and also for learning more vocabulary. So this book will help the reader by two ways: first way is  the grammar which is the main purpose this book was written and secondly vocabulary; and that is because of the many examples that were translated into Arabic.

We will now mention what is stated in this book "All English Pronunciation Rules" and the student or reader should go deeper to get the full details in this book:
● These are some of examples from a collection of important and common English words with their translation in Arabic that were mentioned in the book : the seasons of the year, the parts of the human body, some common regular verbs and other general words
● These are some examples for the way of how to pronounce the letters of the English language that were mentioned in this book :
Character: A a / Pronunciation English: ey
Character: C c / English Pronunciation: see
Character: G g / English Pronunciation: jee
Character: H h / English Pronunciation: eych
Character: I / Arabic Pronunciation: ay
Character: P p / English Pronunciation: pee
Character: U u / English pronunciation: yoo
Character: W w / English Pronunciation: dabalyoo
● This is a way of pronouncing some of the compound English letters in Arabic:
Ch is pronounced in Arabic letters as "تش", such as: teacher.
Ge - Gi is pronounced in Arabic letters as”("الچيم المعطشه (چ  as "j" like that in the name George , other wise it is pronounced in Arabic letters as "الجيم المصرية العاديه" like Garden.
Tian is pronounced in Arabic letters as  "شن, like that in the word “ Egyptian”.
Usua is pronounced in Arabic letters as " يواجوا " ,like  that in the word “usually” .

There are Some unspoken characters in English, not all of the letters, since there are no fixed rules for non-spoken letters in English:
Do not say "W" if followed by "R" ie "wr", for example: write.
Do not say "L" if followed by "K", "Lk", for example: talk.
Do not say "T" if preceded by "S" ie "st", for example: castle .
Thus, the book "All English Grammar Rules" contains all the rules of the language, and the reader or the student has to navigate and read that book carefully to enrich his knowledge and information as much as possible and good luck for all.








This book "All English Grammar Rules" was translated into Arabic by the author , Ahmed Saeed,. That book is composed of sixty-five-pages .That book richs in English grammar and also  many translated examples for ease of comprehension and also for learning more vocabulary. So this book will help the reader by two ways: first way is  the grammar which is the main purpose this book was written and secondly vocabulary; and that is because of the many examples that were translated into Arabic.

We will now mention what is stated in this book "All English Pronunciation Rules" and the student or reader should go deeper to get the full details in this book:
● These are some of examples from a collection of important and common English words with their translation in Arabic that were mentioned in the book : the seasons of the year, the parts of the human body, some common regular verbs and other general words
● These are some examples for the way of how to pronounce the letters of the English language that were mentioned in this book :
Character: A a / Pronunciation English: ey
Character: C c / English Pronunciation: see
Character: G g / English Pronunciation: jee
Character: H h / English Pronunciation: eych
Character: I / Arabic Pronunciation: ay
Character: P p / English Pronunciation: pee
Character: U u / English pronunciation: yoo
Character: W w / English Pronunciation: dabalyoo
● This is a way of pronouncing some of the compound English letters in Arabic:
Ch is pronounced in Arabic letters as "تش", such as: teacher.
Ge - Gi is pronounced in Arabic letters as”("الچيم المعطشه (چ  as "j" like that in the name George , other wise it is pronounced in Arabic letters as "الجيم المصرية العاديه" like Garden.
Tian is pronounced in Arabic letters as  "شن, like that in the word “ Egyptian”.
Usua is pronounced in Arabic letters as " يواجوا " ,like  that in the word “usually” .

There are Some unspoken characters in English, not all of the letters, since there are no fixed rules for non-spoken letters in English:
Do not say "W" if followed by "R" ie "wr", for example: write.
Do not say "L" if followed by "K", "Lk", for example: talk.
Do not say "T" if preceded by "S" ie "st", for example: castle .
Thus, the book "All English Grammar Rules" contains all the rules of the language, and the reader or the student has to navigate and read that book carefully to enrich his knowledge and information as much as possible and good luck for all.



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