120 Beautiful Synonyms For Love, Life, and Writing
Expand your vocabulary with this list of positive words, A - Z. We think in words, and those words shape our lives. What are your words to live by?
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Types of Verbs
Quick NavigationWhat is a verb?Kinds of VerbsREGULAR VERBLINKING VERBTRANSITIVE VERBINTRANSITIVE VERBFINITE VERBINFINITIVE VERBFunctions of Infinitive VerbThe Infinitive as Noun and VerbThe Infinitive as Adjective or AdverbSPLIT INFINITIVERelated What is a verb? Definition: A word that shows an action, state or an event is called verb. It is an essential part of a sentence and is known as soul of language. For example, They study English grammar. (Action) We celebrate independence-day…
Modal Verbs - Learn English Grammar - Natter & Ramble
Modal verbs are auxiliary verbs. They express the degree of possibility, ability, permission or obligation. Types of modal verbs, uses and examples
Action Writing Tips - Words of Action ;)
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English Tense Tables, 12 Tenses in English - English Study Here
English Tense Tables, 12 Tenses in English; Tense Example Simple Present I play basketball every week. Present Progressive I’m playing basketball now. Simple Past I played basketball yesterday. Past Progressive I was playing basketball the whole evening. Present Perfect I have just played basketball. Present Perfect Progressive I have been playing basketball for 3 hours. Past Perfect I had played basketball before mary came. Past Perfect Progressive I had been playing basketball when Mary…
Difference between EVERY and EACH - Learn English Grammar Rules
Here you will learn English Grammar rules about the difference between EVERY and EACH. Intermediate English. Advanced English.
The Present Perfect Tense - Simplified
In this blog post I have created an infographic to simplify the Present Perfect tense, my objective is to make this tense less intimidat...
Modal Verbs - Meaning - Expressing - Examples - English Learn Site
Modal Verbs – Meaning – Expressing – Examples; must, must not, can, could, may, might, need, need not, should / ought to, had better;