Category: English Grammar

The Sentence

The Sentence A group of words, that makes a complete meaning is called sentence. Always remember that a sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a full stop (.) / A question mark (?) / Exclamatory mark (!). Parts of Sentence A sentence is made of two parts one is ‘Subject’ (The doer […]

Person

Person Person are three types-                                                        First Person Second Person Third Person. What is First Person 1st person means I and We. Example: I, We, Mine / My, Me, Us, Our, Ours, Myself, Ourselves. What is Second Person Between the conversations of two sides, one side is other side’s 2nd person. Example: You, Your, Yourself, Yourselves, […]

Number

Number Number is classification as- Singular (For the purpose of only one). Example: Pen, I, He, She, This, That, You etc. Plural (For the purpose of more than one). Example: Two pens, Three pens, etc., We, They, These, Those, You (Yours) etc. Turn Singular to Plural *If to do plural from singular, you have to […]

Gender

Gender There are four types of Gender in the world. They are- Masculine Gender; Feminine Gender; Neuter Gender and Common Gender. What is Masculine Gender                                                                       Masculine Gender is mean to understand ‘Male’. Example: Boy, Father, He, His, Tiger, Lion, God, Man etc. What is Feminine Gender Feminine Gender is mean to understand ‘Female’. Example: Girl, […]

Articles

Articles Articles is ‘A’, ‘An’, ‘The’. The First one comes with ‘The.’ Here the question is where ‘The’ is placed? First Point: Any of things, Any of Books, Any of creature, which is one and only in the world, in the past of this word ‘The’ is placed. Example: The Tajmahal, The Gita, The Ramayana […]

English Grammar

ABC OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, and Z. What Is Vowels: In the above letter A, E, I, O, U this particular letters are called vowels. What is Consonants: Except of vowels […]