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April, 2018

  • 29 April

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    What is a sentence? -> In grammar, a sentence is the basic grammatical unit. It contains a group of words and expresses a complete thought. -> A sentence consists of …

  • 28 April

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    What is an adjective clause? An adjective clause (also called adjectival clause) is a dependent clause which modifies a noun and usually begins with a relative pronoun (which, that, who, …

  • 27 April

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    What is an adverb clause? An adverb clause (also called adverbial clause) is a dependent clause (or subordinate clause) which functions as an adverb. Types of adverb clauses There are …

  • 26 April

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    What is a noun clause? A noun clause (also called nominal clause) is a dependent clause that plays the role of a noun. A noun clause can function as: A …

  • 25 April

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    At The Table and At Table The difference between at the table and at table is that the former merely denotes place (for whatever purpose), whereas the latter refers specifically …

  • 24 April

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    Today We Will Learn about Conditional Sentence Type 3 Conditional Sentence Type 3 It is impossible that the condition will be met because it refers to the past. Form: if …

  • 23 April

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    Today We Will Learn about Conditional Sentence Type 2 Conditional Sentence Type 2 Often called the “unreal” conditional because it is used for unreal impossible or improbable situations. This conditional …

  • 22 April

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    Today We Will Learn about Conditional Sentences There are 3 Types Of Conditional Sentences Today We will Learn About Conditional Sentence Type Conditional Sentence Type 0 Conditional type zero is …

  • 21 April

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    Prepositions with Annoyed -When annoyed forms part of a passive verb, or when it is fully participial in force, it is followed by the preposition by to specify the cause …

  • 17 April

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    Either/or and neither/nor 1.Either / or – used in a sentence in the affirmative sense when referring to a choice between two possibilities -Example : We can either eat now …

  • 13 April

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    It’s (about) time/high time (that) ->We use it’s (about) time + past tense to say that something should be happening and isn’t: -It’s time we left. (We aren’t leaving and …

  • 8 April

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    Hate, like, love and prefer ->We can use hate, like, love and prefer with an -ing form or with a to-infinitive: -I hate to see food being thrown away. -I …

  • 7 April

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    How to Distinguish between Hope and Wish? Don’t say-> I hope I were an astronaut. Say->I wish I were an astronaut. Don’t say->I wish she is fine. Say->I hope she …

  • 5 April

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    can vs may ->Traditionally can is used to show: -ability ->An English person who can speak even one other language fluently is rare. -possibility Relapse can occur at any time. …

  • 4 April

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    The reflexive pronoun->Oneself ->Oneself is reflexive pronoun of indefinite pronoun One, used to talk about people in general including speaker and hearer. -One and oneself are very formal. -You and …

  • 3 April

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    =>Could have + past participle ->Could have + past participle means that something was possible in the past, or you had the ability to do something in the past, but …

March, 2018

  • 29 March

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    =>Hate, like, love and prefer ->We can use hate, like, love and prefer with an -ing form or with a to-infinitive: -I hate to see food being thrown away. -I …

  • 28 March

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    =>Proud vs. Pride 1-Proud of (adj)+somebody/something -Her parents are very proud of her. -He is proud of his new car. 1(b)-Proud to+inf -I’m proud to recieve this award. ‏ 2-Take …

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