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Adjectives have three forms – Positive form, Comparative form, and Superlative form. The positive degree of an adjective is the simplest form of that particular adjective. Comparative degree of an adjective denotes a higher degree when compared to a…
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Question Tags – Rules and Examples: In this lesson, we are going to discuss Question Tags Rules with Examples. These 10 rules along with examples will help you understand the question tags.  01. Question Tags will be ‘negative’ for positive sentences.☞…
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Definitions Major sentences So far, we have referred to sentences without providing any definition of a sentence. The question “What is a sentence?” is more difficult than it might appear. An American linguist, C. C. Fries, counted more than two hundred…
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What is Verb 'To Be' (explanation with the help of examples) #verbs

To Be – Past Tense To Be – Affirmative Subject + To Be + Examples Examples of use of ‘to be’ in sentences  I + was + tired this morning. (subject + to be + rest of the sentence) You were very good. He was the best in his class. She was late for work. ……
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Spelling Rule -ING Here is how you can add 'ing' to verbs

What is the rule when adding ‘ing’ to a word? Here is a guide to the correct spelling of -ing forms of verbs and gerunds. The general rule when changing a verb into its -ing form is just to add -ing to the end of the verb. Infinitive ING form to feel…
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Definition: A pronoun that doesn’t refer to a particular person or thing but refers to any person or thing in a general way is called indefinite pronoun. For example, some, any, one, none, another etc are used as indefinite pronouns. Examples Any fool can…
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This – That– These – Those SingularPluralHereThisTheseThereThatThose These words are called demonstrative pronouns and they are used to show the relative distance between the speaker and the noun. We use this (singular) and these (plural) to refer to…
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We use there is and there are to say that something exists. We use there is for singular and there are for the plural. Positive Sentences There is and there are examples. There is one table in the classroom.There are ten chairs in the classroom.There is a…
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The question words (WH words or interrogative words) in English are used to make the questions. These are also call wh words as these words start from letters ‘w’ or ‘h’.  Question Words All these words are narrated here with the help of examples. WHO…
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What are irregular verbs? Irregular verbs do not follow the conjugation rules. Usually, the simple past and past participle tense is not formed by adding ‘d’ or ‘ed’, or ‘ied’. For example, go-went-gone Some irregular verbs have same past simple(V2) and…
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