Figures of speech

What is the figure of speech A figure of speech is a word or phrase that is used in a non-literal way to create an effect. This effect used in the deliberate arrangement of words to achieve something poetic, or imagery as in the use of language to suggest a visual picture or make an idea more vivid. Types … Continue reading Figures of speech

Types of sentences

A sentence is the largest unit of any language. In English, it begins with a capital letter and ends with a full-stop, or a question mark, or an exclamation mark. The sentence is generally defined as a word or a group of words that expresses a thorough idea by giving a statement/order, or asking a question, or … Continue reading Types of sentences

Most common adjectives in English

What is an adjective? It's a word that modifying the meaning of a noun or the pronoun . Types of adjectives : Descriptive adjectives : New, old, big, little, fast, slow... Possessive : my, his, our, your, their, her,his,hers, mine, its, theirs, ours... Quantitative : first, second, third, few, all... Interrogative: which, what, whose... Demostrative … Continue reading Most common adjectives in English

Conjunctions

What is a conjunction? It is a connective word that links words, phrases and clauses. Types of conjunctions : Coordinating conjunctions : (for, but, and, nor, or, yet, so)Subordinating conjunctions : (While, Where, When, Until, Unless, Though, Since, Because, Although , After, If, Even if) Correlative conjunctions : (either... Or, both... and, whether... or, neither... … Continue reading Conjunctions

The differences between (need, must, have to)

1-Need Need is used for necessity. Examples : In summer we need to drink water more often. We nneed to eat in order to survive. Don't need to: Not to do something, because there is no need for it. Examples : I don't need to take my passport, ID card is accepted.YouYou don't need to … Continue reading The differences between (need, must, have to)

English Idioms you need to know in 2021

It's very important to be updated with the trends that are going on, and to understand the daily life communicative words as well, so here are a list of idioms and salngs you need to add to your dictionary this year : 1) CEO of something that you’re very good at, hence making you the … Continue reading English Idioms you need to know in 2021

How to start think in English

Speaking English in your head is a great way to practice English. You don’t have to worry about saying things right or being understood by others. You can make mistakes and still understand. Also thinking in English is an excellent way to build your vocabulary with words you actually use. Here are some steps to … Continue reading How to start think in English

English vowels and consonants.

Sounds in English consist of two types : vowels and consonant. What is the vowel ??? It is sound that comes out of the mouth without being stopped. How do we pronounce the vowels???  the tongue, the lips and the teeth do not get in the way of the mouth making a flowing sound. The … Continue reading English vowels and consonants.

General rules for active and passive voice

Active : what subject does. Passive : The focus is on the action.Examples: Active : Tony killed Ravan .Passive : Ravan was killed by Tony. Conclusion:Active = subject + object Passive = object+be+v3+by subjectExamples : Active: he is following us.Passive: we are being followed by him Active : I am buying a pen . Passive … Continue reading General rules for active and passive voice

Affixes: the building blocks of English

what do we mean by affix???? Affix is the part of a word that occurs at the beginning of the word , or in the middle or at the end, and changes the meaning of the word. Types of affixes : 1-prefixes :is the affix that we add at the beginning of the word, and … Continue reading Affixes: the building blocks of English