12 rules of grammer

1. Rule 1: Every sentence should start with a Capital letter in the first word.

2. Rule 2: Every sentence should either end with a full stop (or) a question mark (or) an exclamation mark.

1.1) Full Stop/Period (.):

2. 2) Question Mark (?):

3.3) Exclamation Mark (1):

3. Rule 3: Every sentence should have SVO (Subject - Verb - Object).

4. Rule 4: The Subject and Verb forms are interrelated in the sentence.

5. Rule 5: Use Either or (or) Neither - nor depending on the Sentence while using singular nouns.

1. Either-or

2. Neither or:

6. Rule 6: Proper Nouns should be capitalized anywhere in the sentences (including at the beginning) when used. 7. Rule 7: Common Nouns should be capitalized only at the beginning of the sentences.

8. Rule 8: The words its-it's, and you're your are not the same.

9. Rule 9: Use Indefinite Articles for Countable Noun and Definite with specific Countable & all Uncountable Nouns.

10. Rule 10: Use the article "a" for Consonant sounds and "an" for vowel sounds.

11. Rule 11: Use Apostrophe to show Possessions

12. Rule 12: Active voice is more preferred than Passive voice in the English Language.

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