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Preposition

Preposition Basics A preposition is a word or group of words used before a noun, pronoun, or noun phrase to show direction, time, place, location, spatial relationships, or to introduce an object. Some examples of prepositions are words like “in,” “at,” “on,” “of,” and “to.” Prepositions in English are highly idiomatic. Although there are some

English Grammar

Noun

In this blog we will discuss important topic of English Grammar i.e. NOUN. What are Noun? Nouns are called naming words. Everything that you can see or can talk about is used by a word which names it, which are called a ‘noun’.  It is useful because Noun is the building blocks of English Grammar and language learning. Nouns are one of

English Grammar

Narration

In this blog we will discuss important topic of English Grammar i.e. Narration. What is narration It is the way of conveying one’s words to others. Types The words can be conveyed in two ways- (1) Direct Speech (2) Indirect Speech (1) Direct Speech: The words of the speaker are kept as it is. For example, The boss said

English Grammar

Idioms

In this blog we will discuss important topic of English Grammar i.e. Idioms. Place the word ‘only’ anywhere in the sentence given below:“She told him that she loves him.” Interesting isn’t it? The word ‘only’ suits appropriate at all the places and literally changes the tone of the sentence with every change in its position.   Let us

English Grammar

Adverb

In this blog we will discuss important topic of English Grammar i.e. ADVERB. ADVERB, is a word that modifies the meaning of a verb, an adjective, or another adverb is called an Adverb. Example: Ram runs quickly. This is very sweet mango. In the first sentence we can see that quickly shows how or in what manner ram runs: quickly modifies the Verb runs. In the second sentence

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Adjectives

In this blog we will discuss important topic of English Grammar i.e. ADJECTIVE. Let’s understand adjectives with examples: Sita is a clever girl. (‘Girl’ of what kind?) He gave me five mangoes. (How many mangoes?) I don’t like that boy. (Which boy?) There is little time for preparation. (How much time?) As, now we have seen the examples and in the first sentence we can see that ‘clever’ shows what

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