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Second Person

English grammar is not very complicated it just needs a little bit of concentration and understanding. When ...

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Imperative Mood

English is a pervasive language. There are different ways and means to convey what you are thinking to the o...

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Third Person

Many a times you would have heard someone say about a book or a story that it was written in third person. W...

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Gerund

We might call ourselves English gurus or grammar gurus but there still are things we don’t know about. There...

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First Person

You would have heard a lot of times about the term first person. If you are an English ...

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Object Complement

Complement is the word, phrase or clause that adds additional meaning to a word of a sentence. Just like the...

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Conjunctions

There are many parts of a sentence that you would have learned in about in school. Some of them are common a...

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Subject Complement

You would have come across the word complement a thousand times while reading, listening or writing English ...

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Conjunctive Adverb

The word conjunction means to connect or link two things together. You would have heard about conjunctions i...

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Contractions

How’s your foot now?...

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Collocations

You may or may not be a native English speaker but if you landed on this page it means that you are an arden...

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Count Nouns

By now, we have come across multiple types of nouns and pronouns in our everyday language. You might also va...

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Comparative and Superlative forms of Adjectives and Adverbs

The English language uses adjectives and adverbs in a sentence to describe the quality of a noun or a verb. ...

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Appositive

Did you just recently hear about appositives and now desperately want to know what they are and how they fun...

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Article

You would have come across the simple word article many times while reading and speaking English and would p...

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Antecedent

English seems a pretty simple language at one glance but when you go deeper into it you will realize that th...

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Auxiliary Verb

Verbs are one of the first parts of speech a child learns about in high school. They are the main building b...

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Collective Noun

Noun is the main part of a sentence and one of the most important pillars of English grammar. Noun is the na...

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Grammatical Case

The word case has a lot of meanings in English language like an occurrence of a specific situation, instance...

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Difference between Clause and Phrase

A sentence in English language can divided into various parts. Each...

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Conditional Sentences

If you are paving your path to learn better English or trying to improve your grammar you must have come acr...

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Adjective vs. Adverb

We all learned about the different parts of speech in high school and most of us can easily d...

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On Board vs. Onboard

Have you ever wondered if you are on board or onboard a train or a plane? What about the time you agreed to help your friend carry out a crazy plan? Are you on board with his crazy idea or onboard? The answer is same for both questions as even though...

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Onto vs. On to

Onto vs. On to: Navigating Prepositions in Language Understanding the nuances of prepositions is crucial for precise communication. "Onto" and "on to" are two expressions that are often confused. This article aims to clarify the distincti...

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Translucent vs. Opaque

If you can see through something, is it opaque, translucent, or transparent? Two of these words might fit, d...

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Choose the sentence with correct use of the coordinating conjunction:
  • A. The movie was interesting, for it had a great plot.
  • B. I like both coffee nor tea.
  • C. He is tall, but his brother is more taller.
  • D. She is allergic to nuts, but she loves chocolate.