english grammar

Conjunctions – Detailed Expression

Conjunctions – Detailed Expression A conjunction is a joiner, a word that connects (conjoins) parts of a sentence. A word connecting words, clauses or sentences.  Coordinating conjunctions; and, but, or, yet, for, nor, so. Follow the list for detailed expression;

Rules of Abbreviations

Rules of Abbreviations Abbreviations are shortened forms of words or phrase. Follow the list for detailed rules and examples about abbreviations;

Reviewing Verb Tenses

Reviewing Verb Tenses Verb tense expresses the time of an event or action. Time and how it is expressed in writing is very important to English readers. The English language has twelve different tenses. In this lesson, we will review the meaning of each verb tense. Follow the list for detailed expressions;

Interjections in English

Interjections in English Interjection; Words aor phrases that show emotion. Exclamation, parts of speech, words added to to a sentences. Follow the detailed expressions;

Punctuation Marks and Capitalisation in English

Punctuation Marks and Capitalisation in English Full stop, comma, semicolons, colons, quatation marks, parentheses, brackets, apostrophes, hyphens, ellipsis, dashes, and etc… Follow the list(galleries) for detailed expression about punctuation marks and capitalisation in English;

Plural Nouns

Plural Nouns Regular nouns, ends in S, CH, X or Z, ends in F or FE, ends in VOWEL + Y and etc… Follow the list for detailed expressions;

Conditionals

Conditionals Zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional. Follow the detailed expressions and examples;

Formal and Informal English

Formal and Informal English Verbs; to depart, to retain, to cease and etc… Nouns; deficiency, vision, residence and etc… Adjectives; incorrect, amiable and etc…

Be Phrasal Verbs

Be Phrasal Verbs After; try to get, against; be opposed to, along; join somebody and etc… Follow the other expressions;

Direct / Indirect Object – English Grammar

English grammar: Direct – indirect object ┬áThe English verbs are followed by two different kinds of objects – the direct object and indirect object.