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Here are 10 of the most important grammar rules in English:
Subject-verb agreement: The subject and verb in a sentence must agree in number (singular or plural).
Pronoun agreement: Pronouns must agree in number and gender with the noun they refer to.
Proper noun capitalization: Proper nouns (names of specific people, places, and things) are always capitalized.
Use of articles: English uses definite and indefinite articles (the, a/an) to indicate the specificity of a noun.
Verb tenses: Verb tenses are used to indicate the time frame of an action or event.
Proper punctuation: Correct use of punctuation (such as commas, periods, and quotation marks) is important for clear and effective communication.
Modifiers: Adjectives and adverbs should be placed in the correct position to modify the noun or verb they describe.
Active vs. passive voice: The active voice is more direct and engaging, while the passive voice is used to focus on the recipient of the action.
Prepositions: Prepositions are used to show the relationship between a noun and other words in a sentence.
Correct word usage: Choose words that are appropriate and clear for the context in which they are used. Avoid using jargon, slang, or overly complex vocabulary.