The Wren And Martin English Grammar Book

The Wren and Martin book is an English grammar textbook co-authored by P. C. Wren and H. Martin.  The first edition books were written and published in 1935, primarily for the kids of British officers stationed in India. The books are now widely used by Indians, Pakistani, and by missionary schools in Burma.

Wren and Martin High School English Grammar and Structure are among the most famous and widely used reference books on English grammar.

Not only does it help students use the language, but it also provides detailed information about the language. The high school’s English grammar and structure help students communicate effectively in English by forming sentences.

Correct use; Regular editions are now more comfortable to use and more attractive in a broader format. The multicolor product is now available in a larger form and is illustrated with child-friendly graphics.

The exercise book was specially developed for the needs of the users. Writing space is available to organize the answers.

The self-exercise book can be used for colorful and regular publications. The book aims to provide you with the most important answers to practical exercises with reliable solutions.

The book is actually divided into the following sections:

Book I. Grammar

Book II. Composition

Part I: Analysis, Transformation, and Synthesis

Part II: Correct usage

Part III: Structures

Part IV: Written composition

Book One – Grammar

It’s incredible when grammar and punctuation are rapidly becoming an obsolete-a full-length book on grammar in the abbreviated SMS era-SMS, Messenger, WhatsApp, and more! Indeed, today’s readers are deliberately written for all ages, with no punctuation.

I wonder if good writing is a thing of the past and if language teachers and editors will eventually become extinct species. However, the Wren and Martin English Grammar Book, which was reprinted in 1996, is just proof that the correct language usage doesn’t seem to be obsolete everywhere.

The authors of this concept and their correct grammatical English form a basis of English lessons that have been studied by many children and English learners in high school.

Moreover, as a foreign language, English students are often at a loss when it comes to grammar. This may be because it is partially taught. You rarely get the big picture of the subject.  And after reading this book, I hope you have a good idea about how important grammar is. It gives us an essential framework for communicating our thoughts, thoughts, and feelings.

Book II. Composition

The second part of the book pays a lot of attention to the composition’s grammar portion, from its basics, including forming sentences to sentence structure and synthesis.

A typical definition of a sentence which is a group of words that makes complete sense. An English sentence always contains a subject, a predicate, and must contain at least one main clause. Moreover, an imperative sentence usually doesn’t have an expressed object. An English sentence always begins with a capital letter and ends with a full stop, question mark, or exclamation mark.

 

Part I: Analysis, Transformation, And Synthesis

This part looks at the analytical, transformational, and the synthesis of required elements when writing an essay or composition.

Analytical essays usually focus on using evidence and hypotheses to support the author’s claims and inferences. However, analytical reports may contain discussions about hidden or inherent contradictions in the topic if the reader finds that these factors are essential to the subject as a whole. Analytical essays often have the general order of the elements in sections, but not necessarily the exact order.

Composition writers shape discussions and essays, given the audience the text is about. When a writer tries to communicate with a particular audience, he changes everything in his work to meet the needs and expectations of that audience. The audience then controls the writer’s vocabulary, sentence structure, number of details, and any further information in a very realistic way.

Part II: Correct usage

In today’s world of autocorrect tools, the correct usage of grammar has certainly slipped, and the authors emphasize requiring proper grammatical uses in the writing of composition.

This includes the correct use of sentence structures and the other pillars of grammar, including the following;

  • Adjectives and adverbs
  • Conjunctions and Determiners
  • Usage and If clauses
  • Initializes and Nouns
  • Passive voice and Active voices
  • Prepositions and Pronouns
  • Tenses and Verbs

 

Part III: Structures

This part focuses on the right way to structure sentences in composition, and this includes using the typical sentence structure, including the use of the SVO structure. (Subject and Verb and Object wording order).

Some other components include using adjectives, which were once part of the comparative degree; however, they have lost their relative meaning. They are now used as positive adjectives. Examples are former, latter, elder, upper, inner, outer, and utter.

Certain comparatives which have their origin in Latin have no positive or superlative degree. There are twelve in all. All of them end in -or, not -er. Five of these twelve comparatives have lost their comparative meaning and are now used as positive adjectives. They are inferior, exterior, ulterior, significant, and minor.

The remaining seven are still used as comparative adjectives. Note that they are followed by instead of that. Examples are inferior, superior, prior, anterior, posterior, senior, and junior.

Part IV: Written composition

Creating a composition is a complex activity that involves some mechanics of creation, including handwriting, spelling, and the basics of language knowledge that include word form, syntax, and vocabulary. It also consists of the following cognitive, metacognitive, self-regulating, and motivational aspects:

  • Generate print ideas
  • Plan what and how to say
  • Organize thoughts into a cohesive whole
  • Realize the needs of readers and how you can meet them

Translate these plans into written text, including writing styles and word choices appropriate for your writing activities and the expected readers.

Think about all the components that must be included when making the composition

Self-monitoring of the process and review of content, organization, mechanism, and thus changes as required

Having the cognitive ability to deal with all of these aspects of complexity

Have the confidence, motivation, and patience to put yourself into the hard work it takes to create a well-written product

The written structure also includes all processes related to reading skills. Reading Comprehension is a linguistic language that relates to deriving and building meaning from written languages.

It contains several cognitive, strategic/automated, and motivating processes from the written language. Problems with any of these areas can make writing difficult.

Supporting examples

Without examples from the text, your reasoning would not be welcomed, so your evidence from the subject matter that you are writing your composition about and the studying material is essential to all of your analytical work.

The book does well to offer practical examples that you can follow as a guide when writing your composition.

Moreover, it helps you understand the nuances of research on the subject matter, how to save your sources, and how to refer to them correctly.

Whichever method you choose, you can quickly find evidence when it’s time to cite in your essay. You may not be using everything you can find in support, but that’s okay. It is more efficient to use a few fully descriptive examples than to use many weak examples.

When preparing your analysis, pay attention to the basics of composition writing and what you think is crucial in the text.

Ask yourself these questions, and they will go a long way into writing the perfect composition.

 

  • What is the meaning of each section and the story as a whole?
  • What effect does this detail produce and add to the overall story plot.
  • How do you shape your reader’s reaction to the story
  • How do you work with other details to create effects and shape your reaction?
  • The question, “So what?” It will help you choose the best example of which direction your composition should take.

Exercises and Testing

The book is full of tests and exercises that focus on grammatical components and composition writing pieces. The book provides a FREE and SIMPLE way to develop your English skills. They have Pulled-out from hundreds of questions, and you also get another set of answers to check up on your results.

The questions cover all the typical structures and notes on the English composition. This includes the building blocks of words, sentences, and paragraphs.

They will query everything from subject, predicate, adjective, adverb, verb, and noun. To prepositions and conjunctions, positive, comparative, and superlative. Pronouns and verbs, modified words, passive and active voice.

Conclusion

If students can master the writing (such as handwriting and spelling), they can advance further in their studies of the English language, especially grammar and composition. This book aims to instill the basics that these students will require when they move forward.

When you are done with the book, you will be far ahead in decimating and understanding all grammar and composition nuances. And this is why this book is beloved by many students who study it or are looking to delve deeper into thi8r understanding of the English language

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