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30 examples of simple present tense

30 examples of simple present tense within sentences. The positive formula for simple present tense is” subject + base form of the verb + s, es, ies + object/complement” Check out the 30 examples of simple present tense. 30 negative examples of simple present tense within sentences. More related Grammars 1000+ Prepositional verbs lists and …

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Sentences of demonstrative adjectives

Sentences of demonstrative adjectives Adjectives are used to modify nouns and pronouns. It is one of the parts of speech. There are many kinds of adjectives. Demonstrative adjectives are pointing out something, someone, and some animals. This and these are used for near things and persons but ‘that and those’ are used for far things. …

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adjectives examples in the sentences

25 Examples of adjectives Adjectives are words that are modifying nouns and pronouns. They are one of the parts of speech. Adjectives can come in three different positions in the sentence. There are 25 adjective examples in the sentences. check them out and learn their usage. More related Grammars 1000+ Prepositional verbs lists and examples …

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Either and Neither examples

(Either and Neither) examples within the sentence. Addition to Remarks (rejoinders) is quite clear from the meaning, it means to add your idea (agreement or disagreement) to someone else remarks. We call it rejoinders (addition to Remarks) too. Either and neither examples are listed below to make it more clear. What are additions to remarks? …

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The Participles

The Participles (participle adjectives) The participles (participle adjectives) are made up of verbs. Ending with “ing” and “ed”. We call them verbal also which means it is created from verbs. Like ‘I jump on the wall daily.’ (Jump) is the main verb which shows action. In contrast. The jumping bird is moving over my head. …

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100+ preposition with examples

Prepositions with examples Prepositions(parts of speech) is a word that is used before nouns and pronouns to show its relation to another part of the sentence. In this article, I have brought up 100+ Prepositions with examples, and how to use them in our sentences. Prepositions that start with the letter A. Prepositions start with …

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What is gerund?

What is a Gerund? A gerund is the “ing form” of the verb and functions as a noun. We call them verbal nouns also. We add ing to the end of the base form of the verb. Example: I like speaking English.  In this sentence speaking is a gerund that functions as a noun in …

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Emphatic Pronouns

Emphatic Pronouns Emphatic Pronouns (intensive pronoun) is like reflexive pronoun structurally, but their purpose is different. We use emphatic pronouns to show sudden emotions (surprise, anger, and excitement). These words consist of “myself, himself, herself, ourselves, ourselves, itself, yourself, and yourselves”. They are used to show that the activities are done without any help and …

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exclamatory pronouns what!

Exclamatory Pronoun A pronoun (WH word) that is used to show sudden emotions (surprise) is called an exclamatory pronoun. There is only one exclamatory pronoun which is what. It follows an exclamation mark (!). Whenever we become surprised suddenly we these words which replace the noun. In that case, it is working as an exclamatory …

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What are an infinitives?

What are infinitives? Definition: The basic form of the verb without s, es, or ies which can function as nouns, adjectives, and adverbs is called the infinitive. Infinitives are different from the main verb. It follows another main verb in the sentence. Like: I want to speak English.  The main verb of the sentence is …

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