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Adverbs: English Grammar

Adverb Adverbs are the words that tell us more about the verbs, adjectives or other adverbs in a sentence. i.The car move slowly. Slowly tell us more about a verb moved   ii.The dam is almost empty. Almost tell us more about the adjective empty.   iii. Martin pick up his puppy very gently. Very

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Pronoun: English Grammar

Pronoun & Their Types Defination: A pronoun is a word which is used instead of noun. They help us to avoid repetition of nouns. Given below are some  examples of pronoun. I  we, me, he, she you, her, him, us, it,  mine, you,  his, there, who, which, myself, this,  that etc. E.g. i.Rashi is sitting

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Adjective : English Grammar

Adjective Definition: A adjective is used to describe noun or pronoun. they describe quality or specify a noun / pronoun. It answer the question what kind of how much how many what color size whose and which. Depending upon above adjective can be of various kind.   1)Adjectives of quality: Adjectives of quality generally qualify

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Articles: English Grammar

Articles Definition Articles are words that are used before noun and help us to understand whether we are referring to a noun specifically or generally. There are three articles: A, An, The. They are used before noun or noun phrases.   Article A: A is used before singular countable noun that begins with consonant or

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Subject & Predicate: English Grammar

Subject & Predicate Every sentence comprises two parts a Subject & Predicate. Subject: The subject of a sentence is noun or a noun equivalent about which something is said. The subject is a noun or pronoun. It may  be just one word or a group of words.   Predicate: The predicate is all that we

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Sentence: English Grammer

Sentences & Types Sentence: Definition: A group of words that make complete sense is called Sentence. When we speak or write we use words. We generally used these words in group  as, Ex.  i) I like to eat Ice-cream. ii) I am a girl. iii) Who are you? iv) Get out from here. v) Oh!

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