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grammar

noun /ˈɡrӕmə/
the rules for forming words and for combining words to form sentences
gramática
He’s an expert on French grammar.
a description or collection of the rules of grammar
gramática
Could you lend me your Latin grammar? (also adjective) a grammar book.
a person’s use of grammatical rules
gramática
This essay is full of bad grammar.
grammatical /-ˈmӕ-/ adjective (opposite ungrammatical) correct according to the rules of grammar
gramatical
a grammatical sentence.
of (a) grammar
de gramática, gramatical
a grammatical rule.
grammatically adverb
gramaticalmente
a grammatically correct sentence.
grammar-check verb to check a piece of writing to see if contains any grammar mistakes.
corrección gramatical
grammar school noun (British) a type of secondary school.
escuela secundaria
(American) a primary school.
escuela primaria/elemental
grammar ends in -ar (not -er).
(Definition of grammar from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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