This course is designed to train and prepare the students with skills and knowledge in understanding the English Grammar. The topics cover Adjectives, Gerunds and Infinitives, Conditional Sentences, and Conjunctions. Adjectives are used to describe Nouns or pronouns. Adverbs are used to describe verbs, adjectives and other adverbs. A gerund is a verb that functions like a noun. The form of a gerund is; base form of a verb + ing. Therefore, the gerund has the same form as the present participle. Conditional sentences are generally formed based on the fact which is true in the present or future, which is untrue (contrary to fact) in the present /future, and  which is untrue (contrary to fact) in the past. Most conjunctions are historically derived from other parts of speech, particularly from prepositions. Like prepositions, the conjunctions are members of small class that have no characteristics form. They function chiefly as non-movable structure words that join such units as parts of speech, phrase, or clauses