Syntax – Subject Verb Agreement Table of Contents Syntax – Subject Verb Agreement. 1 Syntax has two main parts: 1 Subject Verb Agreement. 1 In case of subjunctive, we always prefer were instead of was. 1 We do not use s/es with the verb in case of the usage of Bless, save, help, live, etc.…

Learn Everything about Pronouns Types Usage Definition and other necessary facts. Post useful for English Learners, IELTS and TOEFL Aspirants, Competitive Exams like SAT, etc Pronoun Contents Pronoun. 1 The Correct Definition of Pronoun – Pronouns are the words which we use to refer to nouns which are already clear. 1 Below sentences are examples…

Prepositions in the English Language   Let’s Learn Prepositions Table of Contents Let’s Learn Prepositions. 1 Definitions of Preposition. 1 Important Notes about prepositions: 1 Preposition is always used before a noun/pronoun. 1 Preposition cannot be followed by a verb. 1 List of prepositions: 1 These are called phrasal prepositions: 2 Some important prepositions: 3…

What is Inversion in the English Language? Know everything in this post. Inversion Table of Contents Inversion. 1 What is inversion?. 1 Normal Structure of the Sentence. 1 Inverted Structure of the sentence. 1 Some more examples of inverted sentences or Inversion: 1 What is an inversion? When we use the adverb in the starting…

What is Gerund? What is the use of a Gerund? Also, what is the difference between a gerund and an infinitive in the English Language Grammar? in this post, you can easily understand. A gerund is a verbal noun in ‘ing form’ of the verb. We use gerund for the verbal nouns which are related…

How to Master the Conditional Sentences Now. Learn English Grammar in the easiest way with relevant examples and easy to understand definitions. Is learning English Conditional Sentences a nightmare for you? Not any more. In this post, we are going to discuss how to understand English Conditional Sentences in very easy steps and formulas. Table…

Articles in the English Language Table of Contents There are three Articles in the English Language: 1 These articles are classified into two types: 1 Indefinite Articles. 1 Examples of ‘a’ and ‘an’: 1 Let’s more the Definite Article ‘The’: 2 Examples of ‘The’: 2 Let’s understand with this Story: 2 We use Articles in…

Hello Dear Friends, I have never met any person who could explain the difference between some and any. Most of the teachers and people were just giving me vague explanations and reasons and rules of the grammar which they don’t understand themselves. They just crammed them. However, I have found the real difference between the…

Hello, Dear English Learners in Aligarh. I can understand that you are curious to know who can help you learn good English. Well, I am going to share the real thing with you. If you join any coaching centre which provides English Speaking Course in Aligarh, you will surely learn a lot. I advise you…

‘The’. It’s omnipresent; we can’t imagine English without it. But it’s not much to look at. It isn’t descriptive, evocative or inspiring. Technically, it’s meaningless. And yet this bland and innocuous-seeming word could be one of the most potent in the English language. This post is taken from BBC.Com More like this: – The surprising history…

Prepositions are one of the most interesting and easy to understand topics of the Engish Language. However, at times even advanced users make mistakes with the usage of prepositions. A single preposition can have multiple meanings in your language. For Example, if you try to find the meaning of ‘By’, you will be amazed by…

Hello Dear English Learners, This post is being created with the Collaboration of TAMS Studies – World Class English Language Academy. In this post, we are going to talk about ‘Yes/No Questions’, Their Format, Their Usage and Some Common Sentences which you learn ad practice to make your life better. Yes No Questions in the…

How to Get Good Band Score in IELTS Academic Reading. Well, we are going to discuss the same in this post. So, let’s get going. How to Get Good Band Score in IELTS Academic Reading? In This Post, I am going to share some important tips about how to improve your band score, especially for…

Sometimes There Are Sentences in Which You Need to Show That Something Happened and Something Else Happened Immediately. These sentences are made with the help of 4 Ways. First, “No Sooner Did + Than”, Second, “No Sooner Had + Than”, Third, “Hardly Had + Past Participle + When”, Fourth, “As Soon As”. You can also…

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