People usually ask why grammar is important. Is it important to speak fluently? I’m saying yes; See if we are going to learn any language, then we have to learn the basic rules of their grammar, which help us to form sentences with the use of these rules. How can we form sentences without proper rules? Now let us understand with an example: If we want to learn to ride a bike, and then think how we can start learning, we do not know what are the basic uses of the bike like brakes, gears, accelerators etc.? The same is with language, if we do not know at least the basic rules, then we cannot even speak the language easily, fluent English is a distant thing.
How much grammar should I learn? We can start speaking English with basic rules but to speak fluently we have to do more work so that you can participate in our activity like role playing, daily usage sentences, synonyms and personality development. All these help you to speak fluently.
You are here because your main purpose is to learn to speak in English fluently with the people then here is the thing what to do. Just tell me, what happened when I want to go somewhere that we really want to go but due to our language we cannot join that party. This does not mean that no other language is good, but the point is that communication should be clear and understandable to others. If we say something to another, but our language does not understand it, then how will we explain it to him? That’s the reason we have to learn grammar for speaking in modern era because is international and official language. We all start learning grammar from the first class in our school time, whether it is Hindi, English, Punjabi or other language. The first step to learn language is always the grammar of that language.
So, let me encapsulate all the information in a bunch of sentences now you need to learn English grammar if you’re learning English as a Second Language but in moderation which means functional grammar and you can actually make a list of functional grammar topics and then master it and next don’t under estimate the power of correct grammar in English speaking at the same time. Doesn’t become grammar nausea otherwise you’ll stay apprehensive while using correct grammar while talking to the people of course. Last but not the least thing there if you still have issues in your spoken English and if you don’t know how to communicate effectively with the people you can reach us.