Grammar

Grammar For Class 2 | Free Worksheets

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Every Language has its own rules to speak and write. After learning the letters of the language, whether English, Tamil, Spanish, or any other language, we get through its rules to speak, read and write correctly. Grammar helps to learn and speak English stronger, more transparent, and most effectively.

Here I have added class 2 Grammar worksheets according to the topic. The worksheets are simple and clear the topic thoroughly. Click download to get the free printables.

Grammar

After teaching the concept it’s better to have a short note to explain to the kids. In the above worksheets, I have added all the rules for basic class 2 grammar. It helps me to give a quick revision to my kid. It also helps my kid to know and revise all the topics in grammar. The more you practice the more you gain.

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GRAMMAR FOR CLASS 2

Alphabetical order

In Alphabetical order, kids have to identify the first letter of the word and arrange the words in alphabetical order.

Common nouns

Nouns can be general names of things. Such general names are called common nouns.

Examples: school, tiger, brother, girl.

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Proper nouns

Specific names of people, places, or things are called proper nouns. They begin with a capital letter.

Examples: Bangalore, Fluffy, Deep Valley School.

Singular and Plural

Nouns that show one of something are called singular nouns. Nouns that show more than one are called plural nouns.

  • Most words make plurals by adding s at the end. Example Boat – Boats.
  • Words that end in S, X, CH, and SH make the plural by adding -es. Example bus – buses

Verbs

Action or doing words are also called Verbs. They tell us what someone or something does.

Examples: dance, climb, talk, cut, see.

Adding -ing to these action words dancing, climbing, talking, cutting, and seeing denote what someone is doing at present.

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Adjectives

Describing words is also called Adjectives. They tell us more about the nouns such as shape, size, color, age, etc.

Examples: Cold drink ( The drink is cold), a big house ( The house is big)

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Articles

The words a, an, and the are called Articles.

  • Use “a” – common nouns singular and begin with consonant sounds. ( a girl)
  • Use “an” – common nouns singular and begin with vowel sounds. ( an apple)
  • Use “the” – proper nouns that are only one of their kind. ( the Himalayas)

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Pronouns

The pronouns I, He, She, you, it, we, and they are used to show who or what is doing the action.

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Adverbs

Adverbs usually answer the question ‘how?’. Most adverbs end with -ly.

Example: How does the baby cry? Loudly

Is, Am, and Are

  • Is with a singular noun.
  • Am with I.
  • Are with a plural noun.

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Has and Have

We use has and have to show belonging.

  • We use Have when we talk about more than one person or thing. (Example: I have long hair.)
  • We use Has when we talk about only one person or thing. ( Example: She has one sister.)

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Prepositions

Words that show the connections between persons or things or a person with a thing are called prepositions.

  • On, in, behind, between, under, near, by, around, and for are called prepositions.

Conjunctions

Words like “and” and “but” are known as conjunctions.

  • AND joins sentences that are similar.
  • BUT joins sentences that are different.

The Sentence

A group of words in the right order forms a sentence.

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