Without grammar, your words have no meaning!
Where to start
What to do
Assorted exercises A0, A1, A2
Assorted exercises B1 and B2
Grammar learning is necessary for a number of reasons:
To be able to say things in the way
that you mean
Learn English grammar the easy way...
Yes, it's true that you learned to speak your own language before you knew any grammar, and you learned it by listening and repeating.
A Free Short Guide to English Grammar by Graham Tulloch (pdf 122kb)
You said the words over and over again until you got them right. If this is the way you would like to learn English; then I suggest that you follow our FREE lessons
The format of these lessons is repeat, repeat, repeat - and they will also give you all the grammar that you will need to take you to Intermediate level.
However, if you prefer to study grammar from a book, it is probably best to start with something really easy to follow:
English Grammar For Dummies by Geraldine Woods. Good for all beginners.
Next, you could progress to a more comprehensive book with exercises and answers:
English Grammar In Use with Answers and CD ROM: A Self-study Reference and Practice Book for Intermediate Students of English by Raymond Murphy.
Grammar will help
you study the structure of the language,
The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation: An Easy-to-Use Guide with Clear Rules, Real-World Examples, and Reproducible Quizzes by Jane Strauss.
Practice Makes Perfect: English Grammar for ESL Learners (Practice Makes Perfect Series) by Ed Swick.
Now we move on to the next page which is Vocabulary