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

Making Questions in English

Making Questions in English In English, there is a simple formula for making questions: Simply invert the order of the subject and the first auxiliary verb.  It is raining. = Is it raining? He can speak English. = Can he speak English? He has lived here for a long time.…
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Past Simple Vs Past Continuous

Past Simple Vs Past Continuous Both the past simple and the past continuous refer to completed actions in the past. Most of the time when we are talking about such actions, we use the past simple. This is by far the most common way about talking about the past. I…
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Tense – Definition, Types and Examples

Tense The word “Tense” has been derived from the Latin word “tempus” which means “the time”. Thus tense denotes the time of an action. It shows: The time of the action. The continuance of the action. The completeness or incompleteness of the action. There are three main tenses, these are:…
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“Ing Form” (Gerund) Or Verbal Noun

“Ing Form” (Gerund) Let us look at the sentences: i. Gardening is my hobby. ii. We continued playing. iii. I prevent him from stealing. iv. The game was an exciting. In sentence (i) “gardening” is a non-finite verb ending in “ing” which works as a subject of “is”. In sentence…
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