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Grammar and the Different Parts of Speech Ø An Overview of English Grammar;Ø Spelling Unusual Words ;Ø The Silent Vowel;Ø The Peculiars;Ø Word Formation:· Root, Base and Affix;· Simple, Complex and Compound Words.Ø Speech Organisation;Ø Nouns:· Singular and Plural Nouns;· Common Nouns;· Proper Nouns;· ‘Noun in a position;· Countable Noun;· Uncountable Noun.Ø Noun Phrase:· Introduction;· Parts of a Noun Phrase;· Modifiers of the Noun Head.Ø Pronouns;Ø Types of Pronouns:· Relative Pronoun;· Reciprocal Pronoun;· Personal Pronoun;· Indefinite Pronoun; · Demonstrative Pronoun; · Reflexive Pronoun; · Interrogative Pronoun.Ø Verbs:· Regular Verbs;· Irregular Verbs;· Transitive;· Intransitive Verbs;· Auxiliary Verbs.Ø Verb Phrase:· Introduction to Verb Phrase;· Structure of the Verb Phrase;· Finite and Non-Finite Verb Phrases;· Modifiers of the Verb.Ø Preposition and Phrasal Verbs;Ø Adjectives;Ø Adverbs;Ø Adverbials;Ø Prepositions;Ø Exclamations or Interjections;Ø Conjunction;Ø Gerunds;Ø The Superlatives;Ø Using Tense appropriately:· Present Tense;· Past Tense;· Simple Present Tense;· Present Perfect Tense;· Pluperfect or Past Perfect Tense;· Future tense.Ø Fundamentals of Reported Speech;Ø Subjects and Objects: · Relating number of verb to number of subject or object.Ø Clauses:· Main clauses;· Subsidiary clauses.Ø Types of clauses:· Defining Clauses;· Non-Defining Clauses;· Noun Clauses;· Adjectival Clauses;· Adverbial Clauses.Ø The Uses of Will/Would;Ø The Uses of Shall;Ø The Uses of Should;Ø The Uses of Can/Could;Ø The Uses of May/Might;Ø The Uses of Must. Simple Sentence Patterns Ø Sentences:· Clausal Sentence;· Compound Sentences.Ø Subject and Predicate;Ø Form and Function;Ø Basic Patterns;Ø Semantic Roles. Complex Sentences Ø Introduction;Ø Subordinate and Superordinate Clauses;Ø Subordinate Clause and Matrix Clause;Ø Structure of a Subordinate Clause;Ø Functions of a Subordinate Clause;Ø Adjectival Clauses;Ø Appositive Clauses;Ø Adverbial Clauses;Ø Analysis of Complex Sentences. Coordination Ø Introduction;Ø Compound Sentences and Coordinate Clauses;Ø Ellipsis in Coordinated Clauses;Ø Meaning Related to Coordinating Conjunctions;Ø Coordination of the Constituents of a Sentence. Focus Ø Simple Sentences and Focus;Ø Cleft Sentences;Ø Pseudo-cleft Sentences. Writing Mechanics Ø External Marks and the Comma:· Punctuation;· The Period;· The Question Mark;· The Exclamation Point;· The Comma.Ø Other Internal Marks:· The Semicolon;· The Colon;· The Dash;· The Hyphen;· Quotation Marks;· Parentheses;· The Apostrophe.Ø Abbreviations, Capitalisation, and Number Expression:·