Interjection 5

An interjection is a part of speech that usually has no grammatical connection with the rest of the sentence and simply expresses emotion on the part of the speaker, although most interjections have clear definitions. Filled pauses such as uh, er, um, are also considered interjections. Interjections are generally uninflected function words and have sometimes ...

Do-Did-Done (Irregular Verbs Made Easy)

DO – DID – DONE — This is not an ordinary table in alphabetical order; here, as far as the sounds and patterns of verb sets are concerned, the three forms of irregular verbs are systematically sorted/presented; thus, they have become easy to memorize. Each category of verb forms is made distinct from the other ...

Habitual behaviour in the past

Habitual behaviour in the past
A. The past simple is used for regular actions or habitual behavior in the past, often with a frequency adverb. Example: I hardly ever went away on holiday when I was young. B. Used to + infinitive is used to refer to past habits and situations which no longer occur or exist now. Example: We ...

Habitual Behavior in the Present 1

Habitual Behavior in the Present
Habitual behavior in the present A. The present simple is used for habitual actions or permanent situations in the present. Example: ” I go for a run twice a week.” ” She lives near the station.” B. Frequency adverbs are used to indicate how often an action occurs. They are usually placed: 1. Before the ...

Extreme Adjectives 3

Extreme Adjectives
There are different kinds of adjectives in English. In this post we want to tell you the differences between ordinary and extreme adjectives and how to emphasis an ordinary or extreme adjective. Adjectives consist of ordinary and extreme. Ordinary adjectives such as: Example: Cold, hot, furious… Extreme adjectives such as: Example: Freezing (very cold), boiling ...

Future Perfect Tense 1

Future Perfect Tense Let’s study The Future Perfect Tense Now. Here, in this post we have provide you a simple but complete and easy explanation about  Future Perfect Tense. Tom will already have eaten when his friend arrives. First Tom will finish eating. Later his friend will arrive. Tom’s eating will be completely finished before ...

Singular and Plural 3

Singular and Plural
Singular and Plural The next topic that we need to study in Nouns is numbers, or what is more commonly understood as Singular and Plural. Before proceeding ahead let us answer the question why do we need to study numbers in nouns? The answer is two fold: First, we could have a single item or ...

Past Tenses

Past Tenses
Past Tenses In this part we have gathered some short but easy and complete articles about Past Tenses in English. Simple Past tense The simple Past tense expresses the events or actions happened at one particular time in the past. It began and ended in the past. Example: It rained heavily yesterday. I watched a ...

Simple Present Tenses

Simple Present Tenses
Simple Present Tenses Description of the simple present tense: In general, the “simple present tense” expresses events or situations that exist always, usually, habitually; they exist now, have existed in the past, and probably will exist in the future. Example: It snows in Alaska. Mary watches T.V every day. The Simple Present tense Free English ...

Misused Forms (3)

Misused Forms (3)
Using the Wrong Preposition Most common collocational mistakes which usually Non-native English learners commit. Get rid of, not from. Don’t say: I’ll be glad to get rid from him. Say: I’ll be glad to get rid of him. Glad about, not from or with. Don’t say: I was glad from (or with) receiving your letter. ...