04 Sep 2017

IMPORTANT CONJUNCTIONS & THEIR USES

1. AFTER & BEFORE Common feature for all types of time clauses i.e. clauses beginning with AFTER, BEFORE, AS, AS SOON AS, SINCE, TILL/UNTIL, WHEN, WHENEVER, WHILE, etc. is that we do not use a future tense form, or a conditional tense (would) in them. To refer to the future

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29 Aug 2017

INFINITIVE, GERUND & PARTICIPLE

TYPES OF VERBS Chiefly we divide verbs in the following two categories 1. Finite Verbs 2. Non-finite verbs FINITE VERBS A verb that has its subject is called a Finite Verb; e.g. a) Rahul is good player of cricket. b) He sings very well. In the first sentence the verb

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02 Mar 2015

ACTIVE & PASSIVE VOICE RULES

ACTIVE & PASSIVE VOICE RULES  ACTIVE VOICE = When the person or the thing in the subject does something is called active voice; means the subject is in action. PASSIVE VOICE = When something is done to the subject; means the person or the thing of the subject does not

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21 Feb 2015

DIRECT & INDIRECT SPEECH RULES

DIRECT & INDIRECT SPEECH RULES 1. CHANGE OF TIME EXPRESSIONS now then today that day tonight that night yesterday the day before or the previous day the day before yesterday two days before tomorrow ‘the next day’ or ‘the following day’ the day after tomorrow in two days’ time or

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10 Jun 2014

SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT

SUBJECT VERB AGREEMENT 1. AREN’T I If contracted form of BE + NOT is used with I in the Present Simple Tense, we use ARE’NT I in interrogative sentences. You cannot say AMN’T I; e.g. Aren’t I clever? NOTE: This form is used only in questions; therefore you can’t say

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