Grammar is defined as a set of rules for combining language units into meaningful speech or writing; the study of language in terms of noticing regular patterns; rules for the arrangement of words and phrases in a sentence and for the inflections that convey gender , tense, and number.
Grammar is likewise, the rules that control the meaning of a sequence of language symbols. observational learning . The process whereby the behavior of a model is witnessed by an observer, and the observer’s behavior is subsequently altered. In linguistics , Grammar is a theory of language or set of hypotheses about how language is organized.