Class 3 English Grammar all topics based on latest CBSE syllabus 2023-2024 updated for new academic session free to use online or download in PDF file format. In Class 3 Grammar section, we will study about sentences, and its parts, Noun – Gender, Singular Plural, Pronoun, Apostrophe, Sentences using simple present tense, Adjectives, Adverbs, and some other topics which are important for Grade 3 students.
Class 3 English Grammar All Topics
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 1 The Sentence
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 2 Parts of Sentences
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 3 Interrogative Sentences
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 4 Statements
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 5 The Noun
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 6 Noun: Gender
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 7 Singular and Plural Number
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 8 Pronoun
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 9 Apostrophe
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 10 Is, Am, Are
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 11 Present Continuous Tense
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 12 Simple Present Tense
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 13 Present Tense – Negative
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 14 Present Tense – Interrogative
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 15 Was and Were
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 16 Adjective
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 17 Adverb
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 18 Preposition
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 19 Conjunction
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 20 Interjections
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 21 Punctuation
- Class 3 English Grammar Chapter 22 Letter and Application Writing
Class 3 English Grammar for Session 2023-2024
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Class 3 English Grammar Main Points in Syllabus
In this chapter we understand about sentences. Sentence is a group of words contain a proper meaning. Basically in a sentence there should be a subject and object and to join them one linking or helping verb. There are many types of sentences like: simple sentence, mix sentence, complex sentence etc.
Parts of Sentences
In this chapter we understand about parts of a sentence. A sentence has mainly two parts, one is subject and another is predicate. Subject is the part of sentence about which we describe and in predicate what we describe about a person or thing. A subject may be noun or pronoun and predicate contain verb, adjective, adverb etc.
In this chapter we learn making of interrogative sentences. Interrogative means asking question. In interrogative sentences we ask question about a person, a place or thing. To change a simple sentence into interrogative sentence we make some changes like, start sentence with helping verb or use some special words like what, when, where etc. An interrogative sentence always ended with sign of interrogation (?).
Statements and their types
This chapter of grammar tell us about different type of statements. A statement may be positive or we may say simple, another one is negative and sometime it is interrogative in nature where we ask question. We can change positive statement in to negative or interrogative statement by adding some extra words like no, not, what, when etc.
In this chapter we learn about noun. Noun is a part of a sentence, it may be the name of a person, name of a place or name of a thing. There are different types of noun, here we learn about them. Proper noun used for particular person. If we see a collection of things we can use collective noun.
Here student learn about gender of a noun. The gender related to noun these are mainly four types. The gender of a noun means it belongs to masculine gender, feminine gender, common gender or a neuter gender.
Noun: Singular and Plural number
In this chapter we practice number of a countable noun. Mainly there are two forms one is singular and another is plural form. To change a singular noun in to plural form we add some extra letter to the singular noun like ‘s’ and ‘es’ etc. we also learn about some countable nouns which have same form in singular and plural form.
In this chapter we learn about pronouns. Pronouns are the words used instead of noun. A pronoun can do all the things which a noun can do.
In this chapter we read about use of ‘s (Apostrophe). It is to show singular possession. This means a person own a product, an idea or an emotion.
Is, Am, Are
We know two types of verb one is main verb and another is helping verb or linking verb. Here in this chapter we learn about helping verb. According tenses these are different, in present tense we use is, am and are.
Present Continuous Tense (Is/Am/Are + verb + ing)
This chapter describe about the sentences of present continuous tense. To make a present continuous sentence we use ‘ing’ form of a verb. This tense tell us about the continuity of action.