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Grammar is defined as the structure and system of language, usually comprised of syntax and morphology. It is often described as the rules of a language, but can transcend this meaning to be more broadly defined as the conventions and norms with which any speaker utilizes the structures of the language. Both understanding and correctly using grammatical structures is crucial to success in academic contexts, and is a main focus of Universidad del Rosario’s ASK Repository.

Subcategories of the section on grammar include the following:

Subcategory Content
Hedging – Use of Cautious Language Focus on modal verbs, Qualifying language, Modifiers, Adverbials
Present Simple Present simple, Subject – verb agreement
Past Simple Past simple, Irregular verbs, Regular verbs, Past simple endings
Continuous Tenses Present continuous, Past continuous, Present perfect continuous, Past perfect continuous, Future simple continuous
Perfect Tenses Present perfect, Past perfect, Future perfect
Future Tenses Future simple, Future perfect
Conditionals First conditional, Second conditional, Third (unreal past) conditional
Grammatical and Syntactic Accuracy Punctuation, Sentence fragments, Run-on sentences, Comma splices
Articles The/a/an, Zero article
Prepositions Prepositions of place, Prepositions of time, Prepositions of movement

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