Grammar, in its entirety, entails the sound, organization, and connotation system of language. No language lacks grammar, and all words have their specific grammar. Individuals speaking the same language can communicate efficiently because instinctively, they understand the system of the syntax of that language, which are the instructions that create meaning. Native English speaking students are already aware of English grammar. They have skills in recognizing sounds, meaning, and the diverse methods of placing English words collectively to create sentences with meaning.
Nevertheless, even though students can effectively speak English, they require guidance to write effectively. This tutelage is because students must gain skills and knowledge of transferring concepts of grammar from oral to written language. This paper will explain why formal teaching of grammar in school is useful for an individual who desires to write.