We are proud and happy to release one of our tamil grammar Valimigum Valimiga app with useful contents especially for year 4, year 5 and year 6 in android mobile app which designed to be more user friendly and more effective to enhance reading of Valimigum Valimiga. This app agglutinative grammar, where it plays an important role in good communication. This app assisted grammar tools which makes students to learn faster and better. Besides, it used to generate such tools for curriculum enhancement of year 4, year 5 and year 6 students and to understand the word and sentence construction in a non-conceptual way.An user interface is developed for the practical usage of the tool.
Our App have choosen to do grammatical app for young generation. The grammar of a language includes basic axioms such as the existence of tenses of verbs, articles and adjectives and their proper order, how questions are phrased, and much more. Language cannot function without grammar. It would simply make no sense. People require grammar to communicate effectively. Speakers and listeners, authors and their audiences must function in like systems in order to understand one another. In other words, a language without grammar is like a pile of bricks without mortar to hold them together or the masons to build with them. While the basic components are present, they are, for all intents and purposes, useless. Of course, anyone who wants to be an effective speaker or writer must have at least a basic grasp of grammar. The further beyond the basics you go, the more effectively and clearly you'll be able to communicate in almost any situation.
"There are several applications of grammatical study:
(1) A recognition of grammatical structures is often essential for punctuation
(2) A study of one's native grammar is helpful when one studies the grammar of a foreign language
(3) A knowledge of grammar is a help in the interpretation of literary as well as nonliterary texts, since the interpretation of a passage sometimes depends crucially on grammatical analysis
(4) A study of the grammatical resources of English is useful in composition: in particular, it can help you to evaluate the choices available to you when you come to revise an earlier written draft."—From "An Introduction to English Grammar" by Sidney Greenbaum and Gerald Nelson
In a professional setting, having advanced knowledge of grammar can help you interact efficiently and easily with your colleagues, subordinates, and superiors. Whether you're giving directions, getting feedback from your boss, discussing the goals of a particular project, or creating marketing materials—the ability to communicate effectively is extremely important.
Grammar explains the forms and structure of words (called morphology) and how they are arranged in sentences (called syntax). In other words, grammar provides the rules for common use of both spoken and written language so we can more easily understand each other.
The building blocks of grammar are the eight parts of speech:
• Verbs express actions, events, or states of being.
• Nouns name a person, animal, place, thing, or abstract idea.
• Pronouns take the place of nouns or another pronoun.
• Adjectives modify nouns or pronouns by describing, identifying, or quantifying them. An adjective usually precedes the noun or the pronoun which it modifies.
• Adverbs modify a verb, adjective, another adverb, a phrase, or a clause and indicate manner, time, place, cause, or degree. Adverbs can be recognized because they answer the question how, when, where, or how much. Adverbs often end in ly.
• Prepositions link nouns, pronouns, and phrases to other words in a sentence and usually indicate a relationship of time, space, or logic.
• Conjunctions link words, phrases, and clauses.
Interjections are added to a sentence to convey emotion and are usually followed by an exclamation point.