Divisions of English Grammar

There are five great divisions of English Grammar:

1. Orthography

2. Etymology

3. Syntax

4. Punctuation

5. Prosody


Orthography:

Orthography is the marks used for letters and the mode of combining them into words.


Etymology:

Etymology is the marks used by the various classes of words and the changes they undergo.


Syntax:

The syntax is the marks used for the connection and arrangement of words in sentences.


Punctuation:

Punctuations are the marks used in writing to separate sentences and their elements and to clarify meaning. They are such as full stop, commas, and brackets.


Prosody:

Prosody is the marks used in the manner of speaking and reading and the different kinds of verse.

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