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-1- what 
a function:  asking for information about something
-*- example sentence: What is your name?
-what...
-b-Function: asking for the reason .
 --example :What did you do that for?
-2-when
Function : asking about time
Example :  When shall we arrive there ? ?
-3-where
function: asking in or at what place or position
Example : Where are you from ?
-4- which
function: asking about choice
 --Example :Which color do you prefer ?
-5-who
 --function : asking what or which person or people (subject)
 --Example :Who won the Nobel prize for Chemistry in 1911?
-6-whom
 --function : asking what or which person or people (object)
Example : Whom did you talk to on the phone ?
-7-whose
Function : asking about ownership
 --Example :Whose books are these?
Example :Whose car is it?
-8- why
Function : asking for reason, asking what...for
Example :Why are teachers on strike ?
 --Example : why don't making a suggestion
Example : Why don't I listen to  you?
-9-how
Function : asking about manner
 --Example :How do you go to school ?
Function :asking about condition or quality
Example : How was your exam/your day ?/ the interview ?
Function :how + adj/adv asking about extent or degree.
-*-*-*- see examples below
function  : how far distance
Example :  How far is Algeria  from Saudi Arabia ?
function  : how long length (time or space)
Example:  How long will it take to get to the capital ?
function : how many quantity (countable)
Example : How many students are there in your class?
Function :how much quantity (uncountable)
 --Example :How much sugar do we need for this pie ?
function: how old age
Example : How old are you?
Function : how come (informal) asking for reason, asking why
-Example :  How come you arrive so late ?
                                                                        Sam Charit
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" Failure teaches success !"
A mistake is your opportunity to learn , never miss that opportunity for anything  else in the  world !
                                                                  
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                          - Linking Words -
   * When writing , we need to make sentences shorter by avoiding repetition and redundancy. Like other languages, English has a lot of cohesive or transitional devices and linking words that can be used to express and join ideas
    *Linking words and phrases in English (also called 'connective' or 'transition' words) are used to combine or join  two clauses or sentences expressing  contrast, comparison, condition, supposition, purpose, etc. They make us able to express  clear connections between ideas. We can use them to relate two clauses or we can start  a sentence using one of them to make a link with another one !
      *Here  are some lists of  link words with meanings
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Enjoy every single moment.
The good, the bad,
the beautiful,
the ugly, the inspiring,
the not-so-glamorous moments.
And Thank GOD through it all.
Good morning dear friends and wishing you "Have a nice day and to a wonderful new week ahead".
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We use some adverbs to describe how frequently we do an activity.
These are called adverbs of frequency  ,
-1-An adverb  of frequency  is placed before the main verb except with the auxiliary { to be }
     FORM:          / Subject + adverb + main verb /
                  eg:  I always wake up early
-2-An adverb of frequency goes after the verb To Be.
      FORM:          / Subject + to be + adverb /
                  eg: She is  always ready to learn something new !
-3-When we use an auxiliary verb (have, will, must, might, could, would, can, etc.), the adverb is placed between the auxiliary and the main verb. This is also true for to be.
        Form        /Subject + auxiliary + adverb + main verb /
                   eg:-She can sometimes do all house work alone .
                         -I would hardly ever be unkind to someone.
                          -He might never go back there again.
                           -The teacher could occasionally be heard laughing.
*We can also use the following adverbs at the start of a sentence:
     {Usually, normally, often, frequently, sometimes, occasionally}
       -eg:Occasionally, I go on a ride through the town .
*BUT we cannot use the following at the beginning of a sentence:
     {Always, seldom, rarely, hardly, ever, never}
*We use hardly ever and never with positive, not negative verbs:
        -eg: She hardly ever comes to my parties.
                - Some kids never say thank you .
*We use ever in questions and negative statements:
          -eg:Have you ever written poetry?
               -I haven't ever written poems before .
                { same as I have never written poems before }
-We can also use the following expressions when we want to be more specific about the frequency:
{- every day - once a month - twice a year - four times a day - every other week-}
 *Here I suggest a chart of adverbs of frequency illustrated with examples :
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Enjoy every single moment.
The good, the bad,
the beautiful,
the ugly, the inspiring,
the not-so-glamorous moments.
And Thank GOD through it all.
Good morning dear friends and wishing you "Have a nice day and to a wonderful new week ahead".
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