When a person begins to learn any foreign language from scratch, no matter what method of teaching, he is chosen, it immediately falls upon the avalanche of data on different rules, features and specific features of the language. Eventually This information, of course, in mind, we begin to gain vocabulary, memorize some rules and examples. However, a complete understanding of the basics of the language of conscious and can not be achieved, if we study his grammar is not from the end. And if a person is tied to the phrases he has learned, while being unable to improvise and express their own thoughts. Since the chemistry can vyzubrit properties of substances, but not be able to calculate the concentration of the solution of common salt, not knowing basic arithmetic. I present to you a "math" – the rules of assimilation which is taking the first steps in English. 1. In English sentences fixed word order.
The subject always precedes the predicate. So do not try to directly translate phrases like "Once upon a time the old man and an old woman in a blue sea." 2. Do not forget also that in English, except meaning of verbs, there are auxiliary (primary: be, do, have – and Modal: can, could, may, might, must, shall, should, will, would). In some cases, they are present in affirmative sentences and absolutely always – in negative and interrogative, and for raising the question shall be put to the top of the proposal. 3. In English, half the cases, than in Russian. Nominative case answers the question "who?" what? ", possessive – the question" whose? "and objective case – at all the other questions (who? what? Who? What? Who? What? Who? "About what?" And the very notion of "case" applies only to pronouns, which have case forms (he / his / him, she / her / her, I / my / me, etc). possessive can be used with nouns, but only with animation, and is written with 's.
4. Personal pronouns are similar to ours and also divided into three faces. And the fact of what the person in question (1,2,3, singular and plural), depends on the shape auxiliary verb. 5. Pronouns he, she only used to replace nouns denoting people. Instead, all the rest put it. Cat, dog, elephant, elephant – all it, should not be confused with our division names nouns animate and inanimate. Well, here they are, the basics. The first bricks in the tower of knowledge of English. Unfortunately, many people are dohodyatne immediately and not at the same time