Category: Grammar

Prepositions of Movement or Direction: How do you use them?

04 Sep. 2015

Prepositions of Movement

Prepositions of Movement or Direction: How do you use them? Prepositions of movement are used to show directions and movement to or from a  place. The words […]

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Compound Prepositions: What Are Compound Prepositions? How to use them?

04 Sep. 2015

Compound Prepositions

Complex or compound prepositions are a word group (such as “along with” or “on account of”) that functions like an ordinary one-word preposition. 

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Interjections: What are interjections? Definition and Examples For Beginners.

04 Sep. 2015

Interjections

Interjections! OOPS!! What are interjections? Interjections are  words added to a sentence to convey an emotion or a sentiment such as surprise, disgust, joy, excitement,  enthusiasm, anger or happiness. They’re […]

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Adjectives Function As Nouns

21 Jun. 2015

Adjectives Function As Nouns

“His father beating his mother was the usual in the past”. Is not ‘usual’ an adjective here? Yeah! It is. It is called an adjectival noun. It […]

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Forming Adjectives

21 Jun. 2015

Forming Adjectives

Lots of adjectives are lexical words in their own right, they exist separately of any other word, or are the root word of a word family.

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Adjectives

21 Jun. 2015

Adjectives

In English grammar, an adjective is any word that modify nouns and pronouns, primarily by describing a particular quality of the word they are modifying. Adjectives are regularly […]

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13 Jun. 2015

Linking Verbs

A linking verb is a verb that links/relates/connects the subject of a sentence to the complement. It is sometimes called a copula or a copular verb. An […]

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13 Jun. 2015

Third Person Of Singular

According to Wikipedia “Third Person Of Singular is a grammatical category of pronouns and verbs used when referring to objects or individuals other than the speaker or his addressee(s)”.  As […]

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13 Jun. 2015

Finite VS Non-Finite

A finite verb (sometimes called main verbs) is a verb that has a subject, this means that it can be the main verb in a sentence. It shows tense […]

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13 Jun. 2015

Infinitive VS Gerund

Gerunds and infinitives are forms of verbs that act like nouns. They can follow adjectives and other verbs. Gerunds can also follow prepositions. A gerund (often known as an -ing word) is a noun […]

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