Learn English Grammar Through Harry Potter

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Every language has parts of speech
Now, in English, we will discuss each
The noun names people, places, and things
Like Harry, Hogwarts, a wand, and wings
A pronoun can replace the mentioned noun  
He saw it, when she brought that owl to town
The verb describes action, so what can we do?
Cast spells, fly on broomsticks, and give a sock too
Adjectives describe, we use them quite a lot  
Dark magic, brave wizard, and young Mandrake in a pot
An adverb describes adjectives, verbs, and adverbs as well
Hermione read patiently, while Ron quickly used a new spell
Prepositions stand before nouns, relating to time or place  
Snape put wormwood in a pot, then he saw a pixie on the bookcase
Conjunctions join two phrases or words, it can be even more
Students from Slytherin and Ravenclaw or maybe from Gryffindor
The interjection gets pretty loud, for all emotions that’re great
Hooray! We won. Phew! That was close. Wow! I can’t wait.

About the Author: Manikantan is the author of “Breeze Past any Interview” and “The Atheist Handbook – A Search Beyond GOD”. He is a data analyst by profession. You can find him as “Data Science for the Lazy” on YouTube and Facebook. He is a TEFL certified English Trainer. He swears by Einstein’s saying - “If you can’t explain it to a six-year-old, then you don’t understand it yourself”.

  • Paperback: 150 pages
  • Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 1 edition (2023)
  • Author: Manikantan SU
  • ISBN-13: 9781636408972
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 9 Inches

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