Category: Grammar

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Prepositions of Movement

Prepositions of movement are used to show directions and movement to or from a  place. The words to, through, and across are often used in this purpose. To is most often used to show movement with...

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Interjections

Interjections!OOPS!!What are interjections? The dictionary defines an interjection as an exclamation inserted into an utterance without grammatical connection to it or any of a class of words used in this way (E.g.: ouch! well!Oh! Um! or Ah!)… Interjection is a...

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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 located before the words they describe.

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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 example is the word ‘is’ in the sentence “The land is thirsty”. They...

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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 far as I’m concerned, the 3 Person Of Singular...

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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 (past / present… etc) or number (singular / plural).

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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 formed from a verb by adding-ing. Not all words formed...