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What are Homographs

We are all familiar with synonyms – they are words that mean the same thing. For rich writing, we use different words in different situations to convey the same thing – for example, I can say that ‘he is a prominent personality’ or ‘he is a...

added by ramyashankar
1 month ago

Sentence Structures

A sentence is any group of words that appear together and make up a complete thought. There are different types of sentences which are found in English language like possessive sentence, infinite sentence and interrogative sentence etc. which all con...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Sentence

In order to understand and have full command over English language, you need to know what about its grammar. In English, the most basic element of grammar is a sentence. A language cannot exist or be understood without a sentence.In today’s article...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Standard and Non-Standard English

We all know that a language has different dialects and pronunciations in various areas where it is spoken depending on the culture and ways of people. But are you aware of the term standard and non-standard language? Or more specifically Standard and...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Pronoun

English language is considered one of the easiest languages on Earth when compared to Chinese, French and Arabic etc. which are way more complicated. When it comes to a language, its grammar is the most important and crucial element that one must hav...

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1 month ago

Types of Sentences

A sentence is the simplest element of English grammar that makes up the language. A sentence is two or more words that contains a subject and a verb and gives a complete thought that is understandable.Example:She smiled.This is the simplest and short...

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1 month ago

Suffix

Learning a language is an art at its best form. If you are a native English speaker, then you would probably already know much about the language and its grammar. But if you are an English learner like so many others, then you will take in the langua...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Types of Pronouns

A pronoun is a word that replaces a noun in a sentence. A noun which is a name, place or thing when replaced by a word is known as a pronoun. A pronoun is used in a sentence to give a smooth reading experience to the reader so that he/she does not ha...

added by angbeenc
1 month ago

Predicate

Do you know what a predicate is? It sounds somehow familiar but only a few of us really understand the meaning of the term. Predicate is a grammatical term that is used often in English language and literature. It has to do with clauses. Are you awar...

added by angbeenc
2 months ago

Phrase

The language of English is full of adventures and new things when one comes to exploring it. If you are a new learner of this language then it wouldn’t be long when you will come across the term phrase and would want to know what it means so you ca...

added by angbeenc
2 months ago

Prefix

English seems quite a simple language at first glance, but when you dig deep into it i.e. when you try to excel in it grammar wise and try to learn about the grammatical concepts of English language, you will find out that you were not so right. It i...

added by angbeenc
2 months ago

Clause

A sentence in English language can be divided into various parts. Each part of a sentence serves its relative purpose and has some specific characteristics. While all of this seems simple, there is still a lot of confusion that arise between differen...

added by angbeenc
2 months ago

Preposition

Prepositions are one very important component of English language and English grammar. Do you know what a preposition is? You must have heard about it and be familiar with the term but somewhat vague on the meaning as it was back when you were in mid...

added by angbeenc
2 months ago

Participle

We read about the term participle somewhere around in grade 2 or 3 when our English teacher was telling us something about the tenses. Participle is a common term in English grammar and one should know and understand what it means to have good comman...

added by angbeenc
2 months ago

Grammatical Person

Person is a very common word of English language and anyone with basic English understanding knows and understands what this means. But there are only a handful of people that know what a grammatical person is and how it is so different than the othe...

added by angbeenc
2 months ago

On, In, At the time

In time When you do something in the last moment, you are just in time. That means you weren’t late for it, and saved yourself from some disaster (bad situation). ·         I couldn’t submit my applicatio...

added by ramyashankar
2 months ago

Grammatical Number

You might think that number is only related to your math class and has nothing to do with English and language. You cannot be more wrong. Number is not just a numerical term used in mathematics and accounting. There is a number in English grammar too...

added by angbeenc
2 months ago

Dative Case

The grammatical cases in English language are very important to know if you want to excel in English writing and speaking. There are various types of grammatical cases in English language which you must familiarize yourself with. You can find my arti...

added by angbeenc
2 months ago

Accusative Case

The grammatical case in English language is the mode of the sentence of the parts of a sentence which help us determine what part it is playing in that particular sentence. The grammatical case is divided into various sub cases which I have discussed...

added by angbeenc
2 months ago

Nominative Case

There are tens of meanings of the word case in English language. When talking solely about grammar, the word case still has two or three different variants which exist singularly and contribute their fair share in the grammatical meaning of a sentenc...

added by angbeenc
2 months ago

Genitive Case

The English grammar is full of terms and words that we are rarely familiar about but still use them in our everyday language and speaking. Talking about grammatical cases is giving meaning to such a thing. We may use the correct grammatical cases in ...

added by angbeenc
2 months ago

Grammatical Object

We know what objects are? Don’t we? Object itself is a common noun and refers to something that can be seen and touched. Even a beginner level learner of English language knows and understands the term object. But did you know there is another mean...

added by angbeenc
2 months ago

Objective Case

In English grammar, a noun or any part of speech exist in one case or another. A case is referred to as mode of the part of speech.Today we will discuss about the objective case.Objective CaseA noun or pronoun is said to be in objective case if it ex...

added by angbeenc
2 months ago

Phrasal verbs with back

1. Back up Back up someone – to give support to someone. Examples – ·         We had to back her up till her room as she was very tired. ·         If Tim hadn’...

added by ramyashankar
2 months ago

5 Educational Websites for Foreign Students to Make Fast Progress in Studies

It’s possible to find a lot of helpful educational services that function online. They offer various learning options and kinds of help. If you find good educational websites for foreign students, you can solve your greatest troubles. Top 5 useful ...

added by acronimous
2 months ago

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