NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English Grammar

NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English Grammar all chapters are given below. All the contents are updated for academic session 2020-2021. This grammar portion for standard 7 includes about the Sentences, Noun and their Number or Gender, the Pronoun, Determiner, Adjective, Special- Finite Verbs, Non-Finite Forms, Agreement of Verbs with the Subject, Tenses, the Conditional Clause, Adverb, Preposition, Conjunction, Active and Passive Voice, Direct and Indirect Speech, Question Tags or Tail Questions, Vocabulary, Notice Writing, Message Writing, Dialogue Writing, Summary Writing, Comprehension (Unseen Passage), Letter Writing, Paragraph Writing, Story Writing, Essay Writing.

Class 7 English Grammar All Chapters for 2020-2021

Class: 7English Grammar
Contents:Study Material with Examples

Chapter wise important points for Class 7 English Grammar

The Sentences

A clause is a sentence which is the part of a larger sentence. A declarative statement always ends in full stop (.). The special verbs in English are: is, am, are, was, were, has, have, had, do, does, did, shall, will,
should, would, can, could, may, might, must etc. An Interrogative sentence always ends in a question mark (?).




The Noun

We cannot put a, an or a number before uncountable nouns. Names of instruments that have two parts are written in plural: scissors, tweezers. Names of some games are in plural: droughts, billiards.

The Noun: Number

Only countable nouns have plural forms. Singular countable nouns can be made plural usually by adding the suffix. When nouns are not preceded by numerals, we can use their plural forms. For example: I have several pairs of shoes.

The Noun: Gender

Collective nouns such as army, people, nation, flock, class and group are used to signify the collection or group of living things, they are classified as neuter gender.

The Pronoun

There are three important cases of Personal Pronoun. They show the relation of pronouns to other words in the sentence. My, our, your, her, his, its and their are Possessive Determiners. They are not used alone. Always a noun follows them.



The Determiner

Some vowels have a consonant sound. We use the article with noun (or adjective) that begin with these words. Some words begin with an h that we do not hear when we say the word. We use an with nouns (or Adjectives) that begin with a silent h.

The Adjective

We often use than when we compare two things or people. When we use the superlative form, we often use the before it.