Grammar Rules

Countable and Uncountable Noun

A word that refers to a person, place, thing, event, substance or quality; can be either countable or uncountable.
Countable nouns have singular and plural forms while uncountable nouns can be used only in the singular form.

Grammar Gaffes

An embarrassing mistake a person makes in public.
This compilation of corrections to common grammar gaffes may save you from unintended awkward moments.


A word that shows the relationship between the object – noun or pronoun – and other words in the sentence.
Memorise how prepositions are to be used. There is no easy way out. Our notes here may help too!

Singaporean Blunders

This is a collection of some grammar errors which are unique to Singapore that may be mistakenly accepted as Standard English.

Subject-Verb Agreement

Singular nouns go with singular verbs while plural nouns go with plural verbs.
Match your noun with the correct verb.


Tenses show when something happens.

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