Explanation of English Grammar


In this book , the author collect the most Important grammar parts to illustrate with examples to figure out these parts well.

The author, El-Said El-Madawey ” started with “ definite and indefinite articles a – an – the – some “ and how to use them with different examples , with some notes like : names such as Mohammed , Ahmed, etc. we can’t add articles before them. Then there are some exercises  in form of choose the correct answer.

The next part about the “Pronouns” ,firstly the Singular Pronouns such as subjects “ I, you , he , she ,it” or object “ me , you , him , her , it “ or possessive “my – mine- your – yours - his – his -her–hers-its–its”. Secondly, the plural pronouns such as subject “we- you- they” or object “ us- you -them”. Or possessive “ours -yours- theirs”. Followed by examples ,notes and exercises to practice. Then a small part related to adjectives.

The next part talks about the auxiliary verbs in different tenses (present simple- past simple - future simple) with examples like following:
*you are my friend.
*they were in Egypt yesterday
*she will be in the university next year.


Then the author talks about the negation with examples to explain it more .The interrogative is the next part which was illustrated ,like the following examples #Verb to be :
*He will not be in the university next year
*I shall not be a singer
*He will be in the university next year ---> will he be in the university next year?.
*They were students --- > Were they students?.
#Verb to have:
*I have a car ----- > I don’t have a car.
*they had a car ---- > they didn’t have a car.
*He has a new car --- > Does he have a new car?.
*They had a donkey last year --- > Did they have a donkey last year ?.


Then the author talks about the tenses in details and in negation and interrogative “present simple – past simple -present continuous) and then he moved to the modal verbs like “can -could- shall- should-must”. The next part about punctuation rules like to start every new sentence with a capital letter and the beginning of Personal names or Languages or Nationalities with capital letter and so on.

Then the last part of this book includes some verbs conjugation and important words we use in our daily life with their Arabic translation. Finally , we hope that this book fill a gap or make a difference and to be in your regards . And good luck for you.


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In this book , the author collect the most Important grammar parts to illustrate with examples to figure out these parts well.

The author, El-Said El-Madawey ” started with “ definite and indefinite articles a – an – the – some “ and how to use them with different examples , with some notes like : names such as Mohammed , Ahmed, etc. we can’t add articles before them. Then there are some exercises  in form of choose the correct answer.

The next part about the “Pronouns” ,firstly the Singular Pronouns such as subjects “ I, you , he , she ,it” or object “ me , you , him , her , it “ or possessive “my – mine- your – yours - his – his -her–hers-its–its”. Secondly, the plural pronouns such as subject “we- you- they” or object “ us- you -them”. Or possessive “ours -yours- theirs”. Followed by examples ,notes and exercises to practice. Then a small part related to adjectives.

The next part talks about the auxiliary verbs in different tenses (present simple- past simple - future simple) with examples like following:
*you are my friend.
*they were in Egypt yesterday
*she will be in the university next year.


Then the author talks about the negation with examples to explain it more .The interrogative is the next part which was illustrated ,like the following examples #Verb to be :
*He will not be in the university next year
*I shall not be a singer
*He will be in the university next year ---> will he be in the university next year?.
*They were students --- > Were they students?.
#Verb to have:
*I have a car ----- > I don’t have a car.
*they had a car ---- > they didn’t have a car.
*He has a new car --- > Does he have a new car?.
*They had a donkey last year --- > Did they have a donkey last year ?.


Then the author talks about the tenses in details and in negation and interrogative “present simple – past simple -present continuous) and then he moved to the modal verbs like “can -could- shall- should-must”. The next part about punctuation rules like to start every new sentence with a capital letter and the beginning of Personal names or Languages or Nationalities with capital letter and so on.

Then the last part of this book includes some verbs conjugation and important words we use in our daily life with their Arabic translation. Finally , we hope that this book fill a gap or make a difference and to be in your regards . And good luck for you.


To Download click here


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