What is Grammar?
The word "grammar" comes from the Greek word grammatikē which means "the art of letters".
Grammar is a set of structural rules. It helps us to understand how words change their forms and are combined into sentences. When we start to learn any language, we come face to face with its grammatical rules. Grammar rules are not easy in any language. Even native speakers of a language may struggle with grammar. There are many grammar rules to learn, and these rules can sometimes seem contradictory or confusing. For example, there are many verb tenses in English. Each one has its own set of rules and exceptions.
Do we need to study grammar to learn a language? The answer is "yes and no".
It is possible to learn a second language without studying grammar rules. Many people have learned a second language by being immersed in it. This is how children learn their first language. It is often said that the best way to learn a language is to visit the country where that language is spoken.
But if you are learning a language for formal speaking situations, it is important to study grammar rules. Grammar can help you to use a language more effectively. If you have strong grammar skills, you can understand complex sentence structures.
Think of grammar as a set of guidelines. Grammar provides us with a framework for organizing our thoughts into coherent sentences.