Grammar

Types of sentences

Types of Sentences | Simple, Complex and Compound Sentence

Types of Sentences Many of us know that sentences are divided into many categories. We can divide sentences into three types according to their structure. They are; simple, complex and compound. Before knowing the definitions of all these types of sentences, we need to learn more about clauses and phrases. Let us see the definitions …

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Present perfect continuous tense

Present Perfect Continuous Tense | Definition, Structure, Examples

Present Perfect Continuous Tense As we know that we need to use tense in order to describe the time of action. Let us see the definition of present perfect continuous tense. Present perfect continuous tense indicates an action that is started in the past and still continuing. For example: The farmer has been working in …

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Past Continuous Tense

Past Continuous Tense | Definition, Structure and Examples

Past Continuous Tense Past Continuous Tense usually placed when the action was continued in the past for some time. Past Continuous Tense takes was/ were as it’s helping verbs. So when we describe an action which was occurred in the past and continued for a short period of time then it’s called Past Continuous Tense. …

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Past Indefinite Tense

Past Indefinite Tense | Definite, Structure and Examples

Past Indefinite Tense We need to use Past Indefinite Tense in order to indicate past actions or past habits. Past Indefinite Tense is also known as ‘Simple Past’ tense. But the question is what is the definite of Past Indefinite Tense? The definition is very simple. When we indicate a complete action in the past …

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Modal auxiliaries in English

Modal Auxiliaries in English Grammar

Modal Auxiliaries in English Modal Auxiliaries are kinds of auxiliary verbs or helping verbs. But they are different from traditional or normal auxiliary verbs for some reasons. The main difference between modal auxiliaries and normal auxiliaries is modal auxiliaries are not changed their main form. Whereas normal auxiliaries can be changed their main form according …

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