"July has just been started" is not correct grammar and the correct grammar is "July has just started."
"July has just been started" is not correct grammar, instead the correct grammar is "July has just started."
It started when people got angry about terrible grammar.
Grammar is an inherent part of human language, so it is as old as human beings are. Certainly not in this question.
Grammar grew up as language developed when humans started communicating in something more than grunts, many thousands of years ago. Obvoiusly no definite date can be given.
Boys started grammar school at about the age of seven. We do not have Shakespeare's school records, but it seems likely that he was typical.
im sorry but you have wrong grammar LoL :D
It is grammar.
No, grammar is spelled grammar in the U.S.
There is no difference. Neither exists. Grammar is grammar, period.
Different types of grammar. Stratificational grammar, transformational grammar, universal grammar, tagmemic grammar, phrase structure grammar, incorporating grammar, synthetic grammar, inflectional grammar, analytic grammar, distributive grammar, isolating grammar, traditional grammar, the new grammar*. -- (from Webster's New World Dictionary) RobbieWell, this question is harder to answer than it looks. Grammar can be subdivided in several different ways. (1) English education majors often study traditional, structural and generative grammars, which are different means of studying language. (2) On the other hand, you might be looking for standards of grammar, which would include prescriptive (rules of do and don't), descriptive (descriptions of what speakers and writers actually do), and formal (grammar used in computer programming). (3) Grammar, also, has several subfields: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics.
William Shakespeare was thought to attend King Edward the fourth Grammar School in Stratford. At the age of seven in 1571, he should have started his semester. He left school at age fourteen in 1578.
Grammar that we all use, there is no other kind of grammar.
Yes, it is grammar, but your spelling is wrong; it's spelt grammar.
Dependency grammar lacks phrasal nodes; constituency grammar (or traditional grammar) uses phrasal nodes.
English grammar is more difficult to learn then rushian grammar?
Freaking Grammar Freaks are Grammar Freaks that are Freaking out!!!
The grammar of sound is sound-related grammar. ---Julia M.
All grammar is traditional and communicative. Grammar is grammar. It is the way a language works. It changes over time, as the language evolves. There is a school of thought however that differentiates between traditional and modern grammar. While traditional grammar is static and does not change, modern grammar is the amorphous, fluid shifting of the rules of grammar over time.
Grammar is infinite.
"She did not have" is the proper grammar.