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Abstract Noun An abstract noun is a noun that you cannot sense. It is the name we give to an emotion, ideal or idea. They have no physical existence. You can’t see, hear, touch, smell or taste them. Examples : Always speak the truth. Honesty is the best […]

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Collective Noun A collective noun is the name given to a collection or group of persons or things taken as a single group or entity. Examples : A herd of cows is crossing the road. Herd means a group of cattle. In this sentence, the word herd is […]

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Common Noun A common noun is a name given in common to persons and things belonging to the same species. Examples : A developed country has more responsibilities. In this sentence, the word country is a common noun which could be used for other countries like India, England, […]

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Proper Noun A proper noun is the name given to a particular person or a place or a thing. We have to write The First Letter of The Proper Noun in Capital Letter. Examples : Italy is a developed country. In this sentence, Italy is a Proper Noun. […]

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Parts of Speech The words constitute the Parts of Speech. The words used in English are divided into eight parts according to the functions carried out by those words in a sentence. Those EIGHT PARTS are: 1. Noun 2. Verb 3. Adjective 4. Adverb 5. Pronoun 6. Preposition […]

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The Adverb Clause The Adverb Clause will meet four requirements. 1. First, it will contain a subject and verb. 2. You will also find a subordinate conjunction that keeps the clause from expressing a complete thought. 3. Finally, you will notice that the clause answers one of these […]

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The Adjective Clause The Adjective Clause does the function of an adverb which modifies the noun. Examples : The school where I studied is a private school. The dog that bites does not bark. I am the monarch of all I survey. The children who are on the […]

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The Noun Clause The Noun Clause does the function of a noun in a sentence. Examples : I feared that I would fail. He expected that we would go by his words. What she got is what I donated to her. He replied that he would come to […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

The Subordinate Clause The Subordinate Clause will not give a complete meaning. This will only support the meaning of the main clause. Or some times, this will depend upon the main clause for getting a meaning. The subordinate clause will be a part of the main clause. Though […]

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