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Agent Noun

While the topic might give you the impression that the article is about some grammatical crime scene, it is not the case. We usually associate agent with some mafia or CIA that has super abilities of detecting and combating evil. An agent noun is som...

added by angbeenc
1 year ago

Absolute Phrase

You must have heard about phrases. Phrases are a group of words that join together to make a clause. There are various types of phrases or various categories in which phrases can be divided. One such category is absolute phrase and today we will disc...

added by angbeenc
1 year ago

Anaphoric Reference

The word anaphora is an English word that means the repetition of something. When used in English grammar, anaphora refers to a word or a phrase that links to another word or phrase which was used before in the same text.Example:Gilly is a great pers...

added by angbeenc
1 year ago

Capitalization

It seems fairly simple and easy how capitalization works in English language. But when you dig deeper inside you come to know that everything is not that easy. Since childhood we know that the first letter of the first word is capitalized in each sen...

added by angbeenc
1 year ago

Antecedent Word or Antecedent Phrase

Antecedent:Antecedent is a noun in English language and its literal meaning is something that exists before a certain time or thing. In other words, when something precedes another, it is known as antecedent.Antecedent (grammar):In English grammar, a...

added by angbeenc
1 year ago

Quotation Mark

Punctuation is the basic element of English grammar and without it a sentence is not only incomplete but also insensible. There are various marks of punctuation that are used in sentences to give them more meaning and make it easier for the reader to...

added by angbeenc
1 year ago

Semi Colon

Punctuation is the basic element of English grammar and without it a sentence is not only incomplete but also insensible. There are various marks of punctuation that are used in sentences to give them more meaning and make it easier for the reader to...

added by angbeenc
1 year ago

Braces

Punctuation is the basic element of English grammar and without it a sentence is not only incomplete but also insensible. There are various marks of punctuation that are used in sentences to give them more meaning and make it easier for the reader to...

added by angbeenc
1 year ago

Brackets

Punctuation is the basic element of English grammar and without it a sentence is not only incomplete but also insensible. There are various marks of punctuation that are used in sentences to give them more meaning and make it easier for the reader to...

added by angbeenc
1 year ago

Parenthesis

Punctuation is the basic element of English grammar and without it a sentence is not only incomplete but also insensible. There are various marks of punctuation that are used in sentences to give them more meaning and make it easier for the reader to...

added by angbeenc
1 year ago

Ellipses

Punctuation is the basic element of English grammar and without it a sentence is not only incomplete but also insensible. There are various marks of punctuation that are used in sentences to give them more meaning and make it easier for the reader to...

added by angbeenc
1 year ago

Comment vs. Commentary

Comment Comment is a short statement or remark about something one has seen or experienced. For example, ‘your shoes are nice’ is a comment on the shoes, ‘it was a funny movie’ is also a comment. Comment can be verbal or written and is often ...

added by ramyashankar
1 year ago

Dash

Punctuation is the basic element of English grammar and without it a sentence is not only incomplete but also insensible. There are various marks of punctuation that are used in sentences to give them more meaning and make it easier for the reader to...

added by angbeenc
1 year ago

Colon

Punctuation is the basic element of English grammar and without it a sentence is not only incomplete but also insensible. There are various marks of punctuation that are used in sentences to give them more meaning and make it easier for the reader to...

added by angbeenc
1 year ago

Hyphen

Punctuation is the basic element of English grammar and without it a sentence is not only incomplete but also insensible. There are various marks of punctuation that are used in sentences to give them more meaning and make it easier for the reader to...

added by angbeenc
1 year ago

Exclamation Mark

Punctuation is the basic element of English grammar and without it a sentence is not only incomplete but also insensible. There are various marks of punctuation that are used in sentences to give them more meaning and make it easier for the reader to...

added by angbeenc
1 year ago

Period

Punctuation is the basic element of English grammar and without it a sentence is not only incomplete but also insensible. There are various marks of punctuation that are used in sentences to give them more meaning and make it easier for the reader to...

added by angbeenc
1 year ago

Question Mark

Punctuation is the basic element of English grammar and without it a sentence is not only incomplete but also insensible. There are various marks of punctuation that are used in sentences to give them more meaning and make it easier for the reader to...

added by angbeenc
1 year ago

The Punctuation Marks

Apparently English seems to be a very simple and easy to learn language when compared to some extremely difficult one like French and Chinese. But when it comes to English grammar, it is not as easy as it is said to be. There are numerous components ...

added by angbeenc
1 year ago

Alliteration

Alliterations make sentences and phrase words sound catchier and more attractive. There are many well-known companies that use such brand names that can easily fit into the minds of people. For example, Coca-Cola, Dunkin Donuts, Best Buy, PayPal etc....

added by ramyashankar
1 year ago

Perform vs. Preform

Perform Perform means to showcase one’s skill in something. It can be a dance, song or even an exam. For example, •  He performed well during the semester exams. •  The group performs well when they are given sufficient time. &b...

added by ramyashankar
1 year ago

Ability vs. Capability

Ability – Ability to do some task means that you can do it and have done it in the past. Ability determines a person’s skill or level of expertise. In other words, it denotes the quality of being able to perform something. For example, • Sh...

added by ramyashankar
1 year ago

Adapt vs. Adept vs. Apt vs. Adopt

Apt Apt is an adjective that describes the right situation for something or the person who is perfectly suitable for some situation. Apt can also be used to describe someone who is quick to learn. Apt sis derived from the Latin word aptere (fasten) -...

added by ramyashankar
1 year ago

Assume vs Presume

Assume The verb assume means to take something upon without any proof. Some synonyms are to suppose, or take for granted. Assume can also mean to begin to have some power or huge responsibility. Assume originated from the Latin word ad (towards) + su...

added by ramyashankar
1 year ago

A short guide to improving your grammar and increase your vocabulary in a month

Working with professional writing services services present a great way of learning from professionals. They are very resourceful in helping you make the right choice of words and vocabulary to apply in your writing. Effective communication can only...

added by acronimous
1 year ago

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