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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...

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Dynamic VS Static (Stative) Verbs

Dynamic verbs describe action and can be used with continuous tense while Static verbs refer to a state or condition (non-action) and will remain in the simple tense and cannot normally change to continuous tense unless there is a change...

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To do

Verb TO DO is one of the most common verbs in the English language. It functions in various ways. Not only is it a helping verb, it’s a main verb as well. The need for a helping verb is...

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To be

The verb “to be” is the first verb students are taught in their English studies. It is used expansively in the English language studies and allow students to create simple sentences with the vocabulary they have...