21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Future Tense As we have seen already, the Future Tense is used when the verb refers to the Future time. There are four forms in this Tense. They are: 1. Simple Future Tense. 2. Future Continuous Tense. 3. Future Perfect Tense. 4. Future Perfect Continuous Tense. Let us […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Grammar : Past Tense As we have seen already, the Past Tense is used when the verb refers to the past time. There are four forms in the Past Tense. They are: 1. Simple Past Tense. 2. Past Continuous Tense. 3. Past Perfect Tense. 4. Past Perfect Continuous […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Grammar : Present Tense As we have seen already, the Present Tense is used when the verb refers to the present time. There are four forms in the Present Tense. They are: 1. Simple Present Tense. 2. Present Continuous Tense. 3. Present Perfect Tense. 4. Present Perfect Continuous […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Grammar : Mood MOOD is the mode or manner in which the action denoted by the verb is represented. We usually use a verb to make a statement of fact or ask a question. Examples: • I write a letter to my parents every month. • May I […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Interjection An Interjection is a word which expresses some sudden feeling or emotions. Examples: • Hello! What are you doing here? • Alas! He is dead. • Hurrah! We have own the game. • Ah! Have they gone? • Oh! I got such a fright. • Hush! Do […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Degrees of Comparison Degrees of Comparison are used when we compare one person or one thing with another. There are three Degrees of Comparison in English. They are: 1. Positive degree. 2. Comparative degree. 3. Superlative degree. Let us see all of them one by one. 1.Positive degree. […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Grammar : Passive Voice There will be two Passive Voice sentences for the sentences with two nouns. There are few verbs which take two objects, a Direct object and an Indirect object. For such sentences, there will be two forms in Passive Voice sentences. 1. Verbs with two […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Grammar : Voice There are TWO TYPES of Voices in English language. They are: 1.Active voice. 2. Passive voice. When we express an idea giving importance to the doer, the sentence is written in the active form. That means that the ‘doer of the action’ is active. • […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Grammar : Participle Participle is a word used to add extra meaning to the sentence. Examples: 1. Hearing the noise, the boy woke up. Here, the boy woke up is a fact. But why did he wake up? He woke up because he heard the noise. In order […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Infinitive Eat, read, write, go, get, speak, walk, smile, cry and laugh are few of the verbs in the “infinitive” forms. When the preposition “to” is placed before such a verb, that verb is called “full infinitive”. To eat, to read, to write, to go, to get, to […]

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