In continuation to our previous article, this session we look at the other aspects to verbs. A) Conditional Clauses: When you construct sentences with ‘if’ remember to follow one of these tense sequences of the verbs. These sequences are rigid and must not be broken.Error spotting sentences usually have one of these errors. If Clause
In continuation to our previous story, we continue to unravel the role of adjectives and adverbs as modifiers. Although most adjectives and adverbs can have comparative and superlative forms, there is a class of adjectives and adverbs in English that express an extreme of comparison or an extreme state. Trying to intensify these words or
Adjectives and Adverbs are the words that describe or modify a sentence. Hence they are known as modifiers. An adjective modifies a noun, cannot do any other work. An adverb can modify a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. Adverbs often describe when, where,why or the circumstances of something. A) ADJECTIVES 1) Stupider or more stupid?
In continuation to our series ” Verbal With Sujit ” we look at the other side of determiners that is “Quantifiers” in this article . Quantifiers determine how much or how many of the noun. See the table below for which quantifiers will work with what kind of nouns. (You can buy this book here).
Determiners are the broad classification of words such as articles,quantifiers, and certain other similar words ( possesive, demonstrative). They invariably come before a noun or a noun phrase. Articles : A, An, The Quantifiers : All, both ,many, each, every, several, few, a few, quite a few, enough, no, little, a little, some, a bit
In continuation to our series ‘Verbal with Sujit’, we bring yet another important facet to nouns which is “Collective Nouns”. (You can buy this book here) A collective names a group (of things,animals or persons). It is similar to a non-countable noun except that we can clearly count the constituents or the members in the
In this new series of our daily verbal dose, we endeavor to cover almost all the crucial aspects of the language initially emphasizing on the grammatically correct usage of different forms of parts of speech and spotting commonly made grammatical errors which usually go unnoticed. Both these aspects, will not only help build a strong