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 :
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 … Continue reading What is syntax?
Before using any study material or answering any questions, you should know the common IELTS pitfalls that may lower your band score. Most of them can be avoided, and keep them in mind when you are practicing or taking the test. So let’s take a look at these mistakes to avoid them and get a … Continue reading IELTS missteps
What are adverbs of frequency? Frequency Adverbs are a type of adverb that describes the frequency of something.They are affect or qualify the meaning of a phrase by telling us how often or frequently something happens. A frequency adverb is exactly what it sounds like: a temporal adverb. Frequency adverbs always convey how frequently something … Continue reading Adverbs of frequency
It's difficult to learn a new language, especially when you're just getting started. If you're a beginner English language student, consider these suggestions for improving your speaking, reading, and writing skills. Read books Start with easy books that are appropriate to your learning level, but don’t be afraid to work your way up to longer books with more extensive vocabulary. Young adult books like Harry Potter and The Hunger Games are good because they’re written in relatively simple language but are still entertaining for adults.Try … Continue reading Top tips to learn English for beginners
People use words, but they speak in phrases.When you study a language, you often focus on learning one word at a time.And it’s important to know what individual (single) words mean. But learning whole phrases also has a lot of benefits (good effects) for English learners, here are some of these benefits. Understanding spoken English … Continue reading Why is it important to learn English Phrases??
English has a number of words that make the language confusing for those who are just learning the language. They include homophones, homonyms, compound words, and word pairs which look and sound similar but have different meanings. Compound words which can be one word or two can be especially confusing. Here we will look at … Continue reading Compound words and their meanings
There are 12 main tenses in the English language, the result of the following combination of tenses and aspects: PresentPastFuturePresent perfectPast perfectFuture perfectPresent progressivePast progressiveFuture progressivePresent perfect progressivePast perfect progressiveFuture perfect progressive The Simple Verb Tenses To begin, let's take a closer look at the simple present, past, and future verb tenses. Present The simple present tense … Continue reading Your best guide for the verb tenses
What is noun A noun is a part of speech that names a person, place, thing, idea, action or quality. Kinds of nouns Common noun Nonspecific people, places, things or ideas. Man, city, relegion etc....... Proper noun Specific people, places, things etc...... Albert Einstein, London etc...... Abstract noun Something that you can not perceive with … Continue reading Kinds of noun
Difinitions Antonyms : are words that mean the opposite. Synonyms : are words that have the same meaning. Homonyms : are words that sound and spelled the same, but have different meanings. Homophones : are words that have the same pronunciation, but have different spelling and meaning. Examples Antonyms Old, YoungWhite, BlackBoy, GirlHappy, sadLeft, right … Continue reading Synonyms, antonyms, homonyms and homophones