31 Jan 2023

SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT EXPLAINED IN ENGLISH

SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT (EXPLAINED IN HINDI & ENGLISH) What is subject-verb agreement? Subject-verb agreement is the grammatical rule that the verb or verbs in a sentence should be used according to the number, person, and gender of the subject; in English, the verb needs to be used according to only the

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31 Jan 2023

SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT EXPLAINED IN HINDI

SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT (EXPLAINED IN HINDI & ENGLISH) What is subject-verb agreement? Subject-verb agreement is the grammatical rule that the verb or verbs in a sentence should be used according to the number, person, and gender of the subject; in English, the verb needs to be used according to only the

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18 Oct 2022

Tenses

See these sentences: a) They play hockey. b) They played hockey. c) They will play hockey. We see that the verb in every sentence is PLAY. But its form is different everywhere. In the first sentence the verb is PLAY itself (V1), in the second sentence it is PLAYED (V2).

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17 Oct 2022

Parts of a Sentence

Parts of a Sentence To do questions on Error Finding, Fill In The Blanks, Sentence Improvement, Idioms/Phrases, Sentence Arrangement, Cloze Tests, Comprehension Passages, etc. good understanding of written sentences is very essential, without that we cannot be at comfort at all in doing those questions, and will often be doing

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17 Oct 2022

Uses of Future Tenses

1. Uses of Future Simple Tenses We use the Future Simple Tense: A) To talk about things that cannot be controlled or to talk about one’s opinions about an event or happening; e.g. i) We shall come on Monday. ii) We will succeed one day. iii) He will know his

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17 Oct 2022

Uses of Past Tenses

1.  Uses of Past Simple Tense We use the Past Simple Tense for the following: A) To indicate an action that happened in the past. It often takes adverbs/adverb phrases of past time like ‘Yesterday, Yesterday morning, The day before yesterday, The other day, Last night, Ago, In March 2002,

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16 Oct 2022

Uses of Present Tenses

1. Uses of Present Simple Tense We use the Present Simple Tense for the following: A) To describe things which are always true, or situations that exist now and as far as we know will go on indefinitely; e.g. i) It takes him ten minutes to go to school. ii)

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06 Oct 2022

All about object in a sentence

OBJECT To understand English well it’s so important to know about ‘object’ first. Without that certainly you are going to face a lot of difficulty while dealing with the proper sense of a sentence. In English, mainly, we have following three types of objects: 1. Objects of Verbs 2. Objects

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06 Oct 2022

Correct uses of THIS/THAT-THESE/THOSE; IT/THERE;

1. THIS/THAT – THESE/THOSE We can use THIS and THAT as adjectives or pronouns. The plural form of these words are THESE and THOSE respectively. A)  We can use THIS, THESE, THAT, and THOSE for referring to people/things/ events that have already been mentioned; e.g. i) Everything is getting more expensive and this is something very tough for the poor. ii) So, for all these reasons, my advice is to

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30 Sep 2022

Usage of Articles

ARTICLES ‘A/AN’ and ‘THE’ INTRODUCTION We have two articles A/AN and THE. They come before nouns only. ‘A’ or ‘AN’ is called the indefinite article, because it usually leaves the person or thing spoken of indefinite; as in: I met a doctor. — means any doctor; not any specific one.

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