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Lesson Posted on 17/09/2019 Learn Spoken English +1 Grammar

English Tenses

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Tenses Indefinite Continuous Perfect Perfect Continuous Past Affirmative He/she/it/I/we/you/they/singular/plural + 2nd form of verb + Object I/He/she/it/singular +was+ 1st form of verb+ing+object We/you/they/plural +were+ 1st form of verb+ing+object He/she/it/I/we/you/they/singular/plural... read more

Tenses

Indefinite

Continuous

Perfect

Perfect Continuous

Past

Affirmative

He/she/it/I/we/you/they/singular/plural + 2nd form of verb + Object

I/He/she/it/singular +was+ 1st form of verb+ing+object

We/you/they/plural +were+ 1st form of verb+ing+object

He/she/it/I/we/you/they/singular/plural  + had+ 3rd form of verb + Object

He/she/it/I/we/you/they/singular/plural + had been + 1st form of verb + ing + object + for/since + time/period

Negative

He/she/it/I/we/you/they/singular/plural  + Did + not + 1st form of Verb+Object

I/He/she/it/singular +was+ not + 1st form of verb+ing+object

We/you/they/plural +were+ not+ 1st form of verb+ing+object

He/she/it/I/we/you/they/singular/plural + had + not + 3rd form of Verb+Object

He/she/it/I/we/you/they/singular/plural  + had not been + 1st form of verb + ing + object + for/since + time/period

Present

Affirmative

He/she/it/singular + 1st form of verb +s/es + Object

I/we/you/they /plural + 1st form of verb + Object

I/He/she/it/singular + is/am + 1st form of verb +ing + Object

We/you/they /plural + are + 1st form of verb + ing + Object

He/she/it/singular + has + 3rd form of verb + Object

I/We/you/they /plural + have + 3rd form of verb + Object

He/she/it/singular + has been + 1st form of verb + ing + Object + for/since + time/period

I/We/you/they /plural + have been + 3rd form of verb + ing + Object + for/since + time/period

Negative

He/she/it/singular + does not +1st form of verb + Object

I/we/you/they /plural + do not + 1st form of verb + Object

I/He/she/it/singular + is/am + not + 1st form of verb +ing + Object

We/you/they /plural + are + not + 1st form of verb + Object

He/she/it/singular + has not + 3rd form of verb + Object

I/We/you/they /plural + have not + 3rd form of verb + Object

He/she/it/singular + has not been + 1st form of verb + ing + Object + for/since + time/period

I/We/you/they /plural + have not been + 3rd form of verb + ing + Object + for/since + time/period

Future

Affirmative

He/she/it/you/they/singular/plural + will + 1st form of verb + Object

I/we + shall + 1st form of verb + Object

He/she/it/you/they/singular/plural + will be + 1st form of verb + ing + Object

I/we + shall be + 1st form of verb + ing + Object

He/she/it/you/they/singular/plural + will have + 3rd form of verb + Object

I/we + shall have + 3rd form of verb + Object

He/she/it/you/they/singular/plural + will have been+ 1st form of verb + ing + Object + for/since + time/period

I/we + shall have been + 1st form of verb + ing + Object + for/since + time/period

Negative

He/she/it/you/they/singular/plural + will not + 1st form of verb + Object

I/we + shall not + 1st form of verb + Object

He/she/it/you/they/singular/plural + will not be + 1st form of verb + ing + Object

I/we + shall not be + 1st form of verb + ing + Object

He/she/it/you/they/singular/plural + will have not + 3rd form of verb + Object

I/we + shall have not + 1st form of verb + Object

He/she/it/you/they/singular/plural + will have not been + 1st form of verb + ing + Object + for/since + time/period

I/we + shall have not been + 1st form of verb + ing + Object + for/since + time/period

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Answered on 20/08/2019 Learn Grammar

what is verb

 

Anupa Paul

Experienced Tutor With 3 Years of Teaching

A verb, from the Latin verbum meaning word, is a word that in syntax conveys an action, an occurrence, or a state of being. In other words, it is an action word.
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Lesson Posted on 08/08/2019 Learn Grammar

Make sentences with these words : Fraught with , Flickered , Timidly, Beg your pardon.

Ranadip

Fraught with : Although you said that the answer script had been meticulously corrected by you , but I found it fraught with many mistakes. Flickered: The candle flickered and a sheer darkness engulfed the corridor of the old fort. Timidly: Timidly, the student stood in front of the teacher with his... read more

Fraught with : Although you said that the answer script had been meticulously corrected by you , but I found it fraught with many mistakes.

Flickered: The candle flickered and a sheer darkness engulfed the corridor of the old fort.

Timidly: Timidly, the student stood in front of the teacher with his incomplete homework.

Beg your pardon: I beg your pardon, sir, for being late.

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Lesson Posted on 05/07/2019 Learn Grammar

Articles

Kiratpal

Articles include a, an, the.- A is used when we are talking about a single and joint thing — for example- a car. - An - To know about the use of a first we should come to know about vowels. I think you all know that From all English alphabets only 5, i.e., a, e, i, o, u are vowels. When any word... read more

Articles include a, an, the.
- A is used when we are talking about a single and joint thing — for example- a car.
- An - To know about the use of a first we should come to know about vowels. I think you all know that From all English alphabets only 5, i.e., a, e, i, o, u are vowels.
 When any word starts with the sound of vowels, that is, above five alphabets, we put an with it. For example - an umbrella.
- The is used for things which are unique or only one in for Example- The sun.

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Answered on 15/04/2019 Learn Grammar

The cat jumped ______ the fence

Vikram Saravanan

Spoken english trainer with 11 years of experience

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Lesson Posted on 23/11/2018 Learn Verbs

Verb Tenses

Sayan

Verbs-Tenses. There are 12 verb tenses in grammar. Simple Present, Present Continuous, Present Perfect, Present Perfect Continuous, Simple Past, Past Continuous, Past Perfect, Past Perfect Continuous, Simple Future, Future Continuous, Future Perfect, Future Perfect Continuous. Simple Present- I read... read more

Verbs-Tenses.

There are 12 verb tenses in grammar.

Simple Present, Present Continuous, Present Perfect, Present Perfect Continuous, Simple Past, Past Continuous, Past Perfect, Past Perfect Continuous, Simple Future, Future Continuous, Future Perfect, Future Perfect Continuous.

Simple Present- I read the book almost every day.

Present Continuous- I am reading the storybook at this moment.

Present Perfect- I have read many story books till now.

Present Perfect Continuous- I have been reading since I was four years old

Simple Past- Last night, I read the entire book.

Past Continuous- Last night, I was reading the mystery book.

Past Perfect- I had read almost 500 books by the time I reach 12 years old.

Past Perfect Continuous- I had been reading at least a year before my sister learned to read.

Simple Future- I will read as much as I can this year

Future Continuous- I will be reading the story tomorrow

Future Perfect- I will have read 100 books by the end of this year.

Future Perfect Continuous- I will have been reading at least 3 hours before dinner tonight.

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Lesson Posted on 11/09/2018 Learn Spoken English +2 Grammar Writing and Grammar

Learn English Easily - Part 1

Archana K.

I am a tutor, homemaker, internet marketer and a journalist, who has been working since past 7 years...

Try to make simple sentences first. Then you can extend the sentences. Examples:- Ravi came home.- Ravi came home from school.- Ravi came home from school at 5:30 PM.- Ravi came home from school at 5:30 PM and went to play.- Ravi came home from school at 5:30 PM and went to play with his friends.- Ravi... read more

Try to make simple sentences first. Then you can extend the sentences.

Examples:
- Ravi came home.
- Ravi came home from school.
- Ravi came home from school at 5:30 PM.
- Ravi came home from school at 5:30 PM and went to play.
- Ravi came home from school at 5:30 PM and went to play with his friends.
- Ravi came home from school at 5:30 PM and went to play with his friends on the playground.
- Ravi came home from school at 5:30 PM and went to play with his friends on the playground which is near to our home.
- Ravi came home from school at 5:30 PM and went to play with his friends on the playground which is near to our home, and returned at sharp 7 PM.
- Ravi came home from school at 5:30 PM and went to play with his friends on the playground which is near to our home, and returned at sharp 7 PM, then had some snacks.
- Ravi came home from school at 5:30 PM and went to play with his friends on the playground which is near to our home, and returned at sharp 7 PM, then had some snacks, watched tv, and started his homework.

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Lesson Posted on 16/08/2018 Learn Grammar +1 Spoken English

Adjectives -

Isha Das

Have 10 years of experience in the best of the Corp-orates of the world. Later, taught International...

Adjectives An adjective is a word used to modify or describe a noun or pronoun. It helps us define a noun more. Few examples of Adjectives are - Cold, Beautiful, Big, Black etc. There are mainly two types of Adjectives: Comparative and Superlative. Comparative Adjective: Are used when we are comparing... read more

Adjectives
An adjective is a word used to modify or describe a noun or pronoun. It helps us define a noun more. Few examples of Adjectives are - Cold, Beautiful, Big, Black etc.

There are mainly two types of Adjectives: Comparative and Superlative.

Comparative Adjective: Are used when we are comparing two nouns.

Noun + verb + comparative adjective + than + noun.

Example: My Latest cell phone is bigger than the previous one.

Superlative Adjective: Are used to show the highest or lowest degree of quality.

Noun + verb + the + superlative adjective + noun.

Example: She scored the lowest in the class.

Please note: When you have to use many adjectives together, the order depends on the function of the adjective. The usual rule is:

Quantity

Value

Size

Temperature

Age

Shape

Colour

Origin

Material

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Lesson Posted on 19/07/2018 Learn Spoken English +2 Grammar Grammar (Error Spotting, Phrase Replacement, Fill in the Blanks)

ARTICLES

Hema R.

I am an experienced Spoken English Trainer with 6 years of experience. I have a passion for moulding...

Articles are words that signal the coming of a Noun. They are categorised as: Indefinite (a, an), and Definite (the) 'a' is used before consonant sounds. 'an' is used before vowel sounds** (**, please note the words vowel sounds is not the same as the vowels a, e, i, o, u..... These are vowels,... read more

Articles are words that signal the coming of a Noun.

They are categorised as:

Indefinite (a, an), and Definite (the)

'a' is used before consonant sounds.

'an' is used before vowel sounds**

(**, please note the words vowel sounds is not the same as the vowels a, e, i, o, u..... These are vowels, and their sounds are not always the same.  To understand the sounds of vowels, refer online resources or get the help of a phonics instructor. )

'the' particularises nouns. 

Although students do a lot of exercises pertaining to Articles all through school, there is an element of confusion while using Articles, whether to use them or not..... 

Exercise1

Use a/an to complete the following :

1) ..........American.      2).........European 

3).............university     4)...........  useful book

 

Exercise 2

Insert Articles wherever necessary. 

 

1) ..........milk is white.  ............ cat drank up all ........ milk. 

2) We have........ meeting tomorrow. At ......... meeting, we will be discussing new projects of ...... company. 

3) I met ........ American,........ Indian and ......... European at the Trade Fair yesterday. 

4)......... gold is..... ... valuable metal. 

5)....... Ganges owe through........ Himalayas. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Answered on 22/02/2018 Learn English +1 English

Salman Ahmad Siddiqui

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Widely spoken language through out the the globe..
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