Question Tags, Rules and Examples

question tags

Let’s step towards our journey of  Question Tags, Rules and Examples A question tag is a grammatical structure where a declarative or imperative sentence is changed into interrogative with the addition of a question fragment. There are two types of statement 1.Affirmative (Positive) 2.Negative Rule No 1: If the statement is positive then the question … Read more

Use of Introductory It and There with Examples

Use of Introductory It and There with Examples

We will know deeply about Use of Introductory It and There with Examples Use of It We use it as a personal pronoun to develop the sense of ‘यह/वह’ in Hindi. Examples: It is our picnic spot. It is Mayank’s pet dog. It is the balcony of our new apartment. Note: It is used with … Read more

Some Basic Concept in English Grammar | How to Learn English Grammar Step by Step in 2021

Some Basic Concept in English Grammar

Let’s begin our vivid explanation of Some Basic Concept in English Grammar Language is the only source to express ourselves. English Language:  English is a mixture of all kinds of languages.          Hindi Origin Words Examples:  Bazaar, Mantra, Pyjamas, Raita, Roti, Shampoo, Thug, Veranda, Yoga,  Avtar, Aiyo, Bungalow Cheetah, Dacoit, Guru, Khaki, … Read more

Articles a an the examples, Types and Rules | Use of Articles with Examples

articles a an the examples

Let’s start our discussion on the topic, Articles a, an  the examples, Types, and Rules   The article is a part of a determiner that is used before a noun to make it definite or indefinite. Articles a an the examples, Types and Rules Types of Articles There are two kinds of Articles. 1. Definite … Read more

Case in English Grammar with Its Types | Four Kinds of Case in Grammar

case in english grammar

In this article, we shall study  Case in English Grammar with Its Types. The word which shows the relation of a noun or pronoun to some other words in a sentence is called case. There are four types of Case in English Grammar 1. Nominative Case (Subjective Case – कर्ता  कारक  ) A noun or … Read more

Auxiliary Verb ,Their Types and Examples | What are the 23 of Auxiliary Verbs?

auxiliary verb

Auxiliary Verb helps the main verb to act as the sentence. Modal Auxiliary Verb does not get impacted by the number, person or tense. It always takes V1 with the Helping Verb.   Let’s begin our discussion on  Auxiliary Verb, Their Types, and Examples   Verbs 1. Lexical verbs: The verb used as the main verb in … Read more

Preposition in Hindi, Types and Its Usage | 14 Types of Preposition

preposition in hindi

A preposition is one of the important topics of English grammar. It impacts a lot in the meaning of sentences. It also establishes the relationship between two nouns or pronouns in the sentence.   Let’s start our broad discussion on the Preposition in Hindi, Types and Its Usage. Prepositons (सम्बन्धबोधक अव्यय)   A preposition is a word … Read more

Gender and Its Types: Basic to Advanced | Kinds of Gender with Example

gender

Gender is one of the very important topics of English Grammar. It tells us about a person and his or her sex. Let’s start our discussion on the topic of Gender and Its Types. Gender The noun which shows the male or female community is called Gender. Examples: Male Class:  Brother, father, ox, husband, etc. … Read more

Active and Passive voice, Rules and Examples | Difference between Active and Passive Voice

active and passive voice

Voice has two parts- Active Voice and Passive Voice. Active Voice directly linked to Tense. Therefore, Before knowing about, Voices, it is very important to know about Tenses. In this article, we shall get a detailed study of  Active and Passive voice, Rules and Examples Voice (वाच्य )   Voice- voice is the art of making … Read more

Number in English- Basic to Competitive | Singular and Plural Number in English Grammar

number in english

The number in English grammar is the very essential topic of English grammar. The number always represents the count of the things. If the noun is single then it is taken as a singular number or in the case of more than one considered as a plural number. We generally prefer s or es to … Read more