Real Grammar by Barrie England is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
This blog includes a series of short audio posts about grammar on the Grammar Basics page. These are intended as a basic introduction to the subject for native English speakers, but they may also be of interest to foreign learners.
Grammar, that is to say, the way in which a language, particularly English, is constructed, is the primary topic of this site. However, I cannot promise that I will not from time to time stray into other areas.
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If you are studying grammar in a formal educational context, you should be aware of two points. Firstly, most academic institutions take a serious view of plagiarism. If you use any of this material and try to pass it off as your own, you may be penalized if you are suspected of doing so. Secondly, I hope these posts may help stimulate interest in the subject. But, in addition to the plagiarism considerations, this material is not authoritative and you should not rely on it as such for any academic purpose.