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

It’s vs Its

“It’s” vs “Its” Using the incorrect form of “it’s” and “its” is one of the most common pet peeves of grammar rules. “It’s” is the contraction of “it is” or “it has”. The basic grammar rule for the use of “it’s” and “its” is actually very simple. If you mean to…

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There,Their, and They’re

“There,” “Their,” and “They’re” In this post, I am going to share with you the difference between there, their and they’re. The word “there” is used when you need to talk about a place. “There” is used for all kinds of places such as actual places and imaginary places. Here…

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Past vs Present Tenses

Past vs Present Simple past and present tenses are the basic parts of speech; however, most of the English learners usually get confused about their correct use, which makes it essential to understand the difference between them. Initially, you must understand that the present tense is always in a sentence where…

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Lexical and Grammatical Collocations: Patterns and Examples

Lexical and Grammatical Collocations Benson, Benson, and Ilson (1986) divided English collocations into two categories: lexical collocations and grammatical collocations (with seven and eight types, respectively). Lexical collocations are solely made up of verbs, adjectives, nouns, and adverbs in various combinations, whereas grammatical collocations include words such as verbs, adjectives,…

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