NARRATION CHANGE [Direct and Indirect]

NARRATION CHANGE Narration Change is very important in English grammar. When we convert the speech of a speaker from direct to indirect without changing the meaning is called narration change. Narration is of two kinds. Direct Speech: Using the same speech of a speaker in the quotation is called direct speech. Indirect Speech: Using the […]

Degree Change [Transformation] Easy Tricks

DEGREE CHANGE What is the Degree of Change? When we change from a degree to another without changing the meaning of the sentence is called degree change in English grammar. Kinds of Degree: The degree of comparison is three kinds. Positive degree Comparative degree Superlative degree Definition and examples of degree Positive: In this degree, […]

Degree of Comparison in Detail for all Classes

Degree of Comparison The degree of comparison relates to adjectives and adverbs in English grammar. We can write all adjectives and adverbs in one of three degrees (Positive/ comparative and superlative degree). Classification of Degree of Comparison: The degree of comparison is three kinds. Positive degree Comparative degree Superlative degree Definition and examples of degree of comparison Positive: […]

Transformation of sentences Simple Compound Complex

 Transformation of sentences [Simple –Complex – Compound] “Transformation of sentences Simple Compound Complex” is the main discussion of this post. I have highlighted a technical process of converting sentences (Simple, Complex, and compound). I have noticed that most of the authors of the market-selling books have presented the traditional method that is very difficult and […]

Example of Third Conditional Sentences [30]

Third Conditional sentence expresses such as situations that can not exist. The actions and events that happened in the past. These are often used to indicate a missed opportunity. I have given 30 examples of third conditional sentences below. The rules of third conditional sentences: These types of conditional sentences are formed using the Past Perfect Tense […]

Example of Second Conditional Sentences [30]

The second conditional sentence describes an unrealistic situation about the present or the future; an imaginary state that can only be fulfilled in theory. 30 examples of second conditional sentences have been given below. The Second conditional sentences are formed using the Past Indefinite Tense and the main clause is used according to the sense of the […]

Example of First Conditional Sentences

First conditional sentences are used to express the real and possible situations in the future. It is possible to fulfill the condition. The First conditional sentences are formed using the Present Indefinite Tense to tell something and the main clause is used according to the sense of the sentences. The structure for the first conditional is: If […]

Joining of sentences using adverbs

Joining sentences with adverbs is very easy. There are some rules for joining sentences. I have mentioned the rules and given some examples of joining sentences below. If we ask the question “VERB” with “How”, the answer will be ADVERB. And joining is done by putting that Adverb in the right place in a sentence. […]

The use of capitalization in English

Capitalization In English grammar, the use of capital letters in different places of English sentences is called capitalization. Use of capitalization in different cases: 1. At the beginning of English sentence We should write the starting letter of the sentence in the capital letter if we want to write any English sentence. For example: The […]

All Conditional Sentences in Detail

All conditional sentences in English in detail What is the conditional sentence? Conditional sentences are sentences that express factors or hypothetical situations and their consequences. In a complete conditional sentence, we find a conditional clause and the consequence. If you study, you will pass the exam.  Or You will pass the exam if you study. Types of conditional […]

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