21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Direct to Indirect Speech In this section, We are going to see How the conversion of Direct to Indirect Speech and Indirect to Direct Speech is done? We may report the words of a speaker in two ways. 1. Direct Speech We may quote the actual words of […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Compound Sentence A Compound-Sentence is made up of two or more Main Clauses joined together by coordinating conjunction and sometimes includes one or more Subordinate Clauses. • The horse reared and the rider was thrown. This sentence has two main clauses. • They were font of music, played […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Complex Sentence Complex-Sentence is another type of sentence. Complex-Sentence is the sentence which has two or more subordinate clauses besides the main clause. The analysis of Complex sentences is the analysis of the clauses in those sentences. Now let us analyse the clauses in the Complex Sentences so […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Simple Sentence We have learned that a Simple Sentence is a set of words which makes complete meaning. We also have learned that a Simple Sentence has two main parts- the Subject and the Predicate. The Subject denotes the person or thing about which something is said. The […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Adverb Clauses In this section, we are going to see two types of Adverb Clauses. 1. Adverb Clauses of Result. 2. Adverb Clauses of Supposition Let us start with Adverb Clauses of Result. 1. Adverb Clauses of Result Adverb Clauses of Result are introduced by the subordinating conjunction […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Adverb Clauses In this section, we are going to see two types of Adverb Clauses. 1. Adverb Clauses of Result. 2. Adverb Clauses of Supposition Let us start with Adverb Clauses of Result. 1. Adverb Clauses of Result Adverb Clauses of Result are introduced by the subordinating conjunction […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Adverb Clause of Reason An Adverb Clause of Reason indicates why the particular action of the verb is taken. Read the following sentence. • Because he likes his master, he helped his master. In this sentence, why he helped his master has been answered by the Adverb-Clause ‘because […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Adverb Clause of Cause An Adverb Clause of Cause indicates the cause for which the action of the verb is taken. Read the following sentence. • Because he likes his master, he helped his master. In this sentence, why he helped his master has been answered by the […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Adverb Clause of Comparison The Adverb Clause of Comparison is of two types. 1. Adverb Clause of Comparison of Degrees 2. Adverb Clause of Comparison of Manner 1. Adverb Clause of Comparison of Degrees is introduced by the conjunction ‘than’ or ‘as’. In the following sentences the Adverb-Clauses […]

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21 Nov 2014
Nov 21 2014

Adverb Clause of Purpose The Adverb Clause of Purpose may indicate the purpose which the verb may address. Examples: • We have to eat so that we may live. Here the Adverb-Clause ‘so that we can live’ is the purpose for which we eat. That means the verb […]

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