Category Grammar

In this section, readers can find lessons regarding grammatopics.

It is the knowledge of grammar that can teach us how to write correctly and speak correctly. Flowery expression or effective expression may not be grammatically correct. So grammar is the root and expression is the fruit. In this section you will find the posts that have been introduced to make the subject more comprehensive and grammar oriented

Whom, Whose and Who’s – Difference

Whom, Whose and Who’s “Whom,” “Whose” and “Who’s,” are confusing words. The problem with them is that it is hard to understand which word will be used for what. Now, to understand the uses of the above-mentioned words, there are certain things that you need to understand first. Subject, Possessive…

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50 Most Commonly Used Prepositions

Preposition A Preposition is a word used before a noun, or a pronoun to show its relation with the other words of the sentence.  Example: The watch is on the table. In the above sentence the preposition ‘on’ has been used before the nouns ‘table’. It shows its relation with ‘table’…

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List of commonly Used Interjection

Interjection Interjections there the word which expresse sudden feelings and emotions of heart such as joy, grief, wonder, fear, anger, surprise, approval and disgust etc. List of Common Interjections O!, Oh!,  Ooh!,  Aye!,  Hello!,  Well!,  Ha!,  Ho!,  Hurrah!,  Ah!,  Alas!,  Hush! etc.      There are certain groups of words that are also used…

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Main Features of a Sentence

Essential Features of a Sentence Hello and welcome back to another important post. In this post, we are going to talk about the main features of a sentence. A  sentence is an ordered string of words that gives us a complete thought. It main features are: 1. A sentence must…

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Adjectives With No Comparative or Superlative Forms

Adjectives with no comparative or superlative forms Some English adjectives which were once used in the comparative degree have lost their comparative meaning. They are now used as positive adjectives. Examples are: former, latter, elder, upper, inner, outer and utter. The former part of the story is more interesting than the latter part. He has…

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Relative Pronouns – Uses, Examples and Worksheets

The relative pronouns who, which and that When words like who, whom, which and that are used to introduce relative clauses, they are called relative pronouns. Who, which and that can be the subjects of verbs in relative clauses. Who refers to people and which refers to things. That can refer to both people and things. What is the name of…

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Active and Passive Uses of Participles

Active and Passive Uses of Participles When –ing forms are used like adjectives or adverbs, they have similar meanings to active verbs. Running water = water that runsRolling stone = a stone that rollsFalling leaves = leaves that fall When past participles are used like adjectives or adverbs, they have…

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