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Welcome to the English Textbook in Simple English! Feel free to add to this textbook, or improve its pages.

Table of Contents

  • Cover
  • Table of Contents
  1. Introduction
  2. Grammar
  3. Word Order
  4. Syntax
  5. Simple Sentences
  6. Complex Sentences
  7. Parts of Speech
    1. Nouns
      1. Number
      2. Proper Nouns
      3. Concrete and abstract nouns
      4. Countability
      5. Gender
    2. Verbs
      1. Moods
        1. Indicative Mood
          1. Tenses
            1. Simple Tenses
            2. Progressive Tenses
            3. Perfect Tenses
            4. Perfect Progressive Tenses
            5. Future with 'going to' and 'will'
        2. Interrogative Mood
        3. Imperative Mood
        4. Vocative Mood
        5. Subjunctive Mood
      2. Voice
    3. Adjectives
      1. Possessive Adjectives
      2. Demonstrative Adjectives
      3. Comparatives and Superlatives
    4. Adverbs
      1. Adverbs of Frequency
    5. Pronouns
      1. Personal Pronouns
      2. Possessive Pronouns
      3. Demonstrative Pronouns
      4. Relative Pronouns
      5. Reflexive Pronouns
    6. Prepositions
      1. Prepositions of Time
      2. Prepositions of Space
      3. Prepositions of Sphere
    7. Conjunctions
      1. Correlative Conjunctions
      2. Coordinating Conjunctions
    8. Interjections
    9. Articles
  8. Parts of the Sentence
    1. Subjects
    2. Predicates
  9. Word Functions
    1. Subjects
    2. Direct Objects
    3. Indirect Objects
    4. Objects of the Preposition

Other:

  1. Gerunds
  2. Idiomatic Phrases
  3. Spelling
  4. Vocabulary
  5. Punctuation
  6. Appositives
  7. Phonics
  8. Pronunciation
  9. Differences between British English and American English

Wikibooks English also have several books about English. For more detailed information about grammar see the Wikibooks English in Use book. If you're learning English as a second language and have learnt the language for 3 or 4 years try the Wikibooks English for B2 Students book.


You can find definitions of words in Wiktionary in Simple English (or English Wiktionary for more complex/complete definitions).