21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Grammar : Verb and Subject Verb and Subject should agree with each other. The verb in every sentence must agree with the subject in person and in number. Let us see how the subjects modify the verbs. 1. When two or more subjects are connected by “and”, the […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Subject Object Predicate Subject Object Predicate is the combination of three words which form any sentence. SUBJECT: Subject is the person or a thing who or which carries out the action of the verb. Examples: • Mr. Clinton is teaching Algebra to the students. • Monkeys are playing […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Grammar : Parts of Speech This section on Parts of Speech is your second lesson. Remember the first lesson so that this lesson will be very clear for understanding. You saw in the first lesson that the words are very important in the formation of sentences. The words […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Grammar : The Units of English This is your first lesson in your learning process. Bring in a note-book and a pen. You may need them to take down notes for your future reference. Taking down notes will help you pay focused attention on what you learn. It […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Grammar Here you will find examples for all English Grammar Terms. This is added as our response to our visitors who persistently demand examples for all Grammar Terms in order to understand those terms clearly. Since we have a large collection of English Teachers (ESL Teachers) as our […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

How to use USED TO? How to use USED TO? : Strong – stressed DO is used to strengthen or support another verb. He never smokes. ___________ You are wrong. He does smoke. I did see him after all. Do be seated. Do stop that noise! The modal […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

How to use DARE? How to use DARE? : Strong – stressed DO is used to strengthen or support another verb. He never smokes. ___________ You are wrong. He does smoke. I did see him after all. Do be seated. Do stop that noise! The modal DARE means […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

The Special Uses of DO The Special Uses of DO : Strong – stressed DO is used to strengthen or support another verb. He never smokes. ___________ You are wrong. He does smoke. I did see him after all. Do be seated. Do stop that noise! The modal […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Simple Sentences Simple Sentences : Allow me to speak. Brush your hair. Buy some vegetables. Bless me. Close your eyes. Clean your house. Clap your hands. Count the numbers. Do your work. Draw a picture. Eat well. Earn good name. Fall down. Fold the mat. Find out the […]

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