Category: Grammar

  • Active And Passive voice Rules

    Active And Passive voice Rules

    Active and passive voice are two different ways of constructing a sentence, and each has its own set of rules. Here are some basic rules for constructing sentences in active and passive voice: Active voice rules: Example: John (subject) ate (verb) the pizza (object). Passive voice rules: Passive voice is a grammatical construction in which…

  • Conditional Sentences : Definition, Types and Rules

    Conditional Sentences : Definition, Types and Rules

    Conditional sentences are a type of sentence that express a condition and its result. They generally consist of two clauses: the conditional clause (if clause) and the main clause. The if clause expresses the condition, while the main clause expresses the result that would occur if the condition were met. There are several types of…

  • Steps To Study Syntax Easily

    Steps To Study Syntax Easily

    Studying the syntax of the English language involves understanding the rules that govern the structure of sentences and how words are arranged to form meaning. Here are some steps you can take to study syntax: 2. Analyze sentences: Start analyzing sentences to see how they are constructed. Break sentences down into their component parts and…

  • Guidelines To Use Reported Speech

    Guidelines To Use Reported Speech

    Reported speech, also known as indirect speech, is a way of reporting what someone else said without quoting their exact words. In reported speech, the speaker usually changes the tense, pronouns, and other elements of the original sentence to reflect that it is being reported secondhand. For example, if someone says, “I am going to…

  • Direct and indirect speech

    Direct and indirect speech
  • Wh- Questions words

    Wh- Questions words

    Yes/No questions and WH-questions are the two most common forms of inquiries. WH-questions are inquiries that begin with the letters “WH” such as “what,” “when,” “where,” “who,” “whom,” “which,” “whose,” “why,” and “how.”To inquire about certain features, times, places, persons, and so on, question words are utilized. Here’s a list of question words and sentences…

  • Simple guide for English tenses

    Simple guide for English tenses

    1- Simple tenses with examples 2- Perfect tenses with examples 3- Continuous tenses with examples

  • What are antonyms??

    What are antonyms??

    Antonyms are phrases that express the other meaning of a certain word. Learn the way to use antonyms in writing, in addition to the significance of antonyms and the way they assist in enhancing vocabulary. Definition An antonym is a phrase which means the opposite of another phrase. For example, the antonym of ‘hot’ may be ‘cold’,…

  • Some Irregular verbs

    Some Irregular verbs

    An irregular verb is one that doesn’t shape its simple past tense or its past participle through adding “-ed” or “-d” to the base form. Irregular verbs contrast with normal or regular verbs, which shape the simple past tense and past participle through adding “-ed” or “-d.” Here are some examples for irregular verbs :

  • What is syntax?

    What is syntax?

    The definition of syntax : The word “syntax” comes from the Ancient Greek for “ordering together.” syntax refers to the set of rules that determines the arrangement of words in a sentence. It is also the set of rules that helps readers and writers make sense of sentences. So Syntax is one of the major…