English Grammar



English Grammar :



This page is a wonderful creation for us. As a group of teachers of English, we have our own difficulties while teaching English grammar. Generally, students do not like grammar. When we teach formal grammar, students sit in the class without listening. There is no reaction at all. Teaching involves learning.

Hence, we teach English Grammar more by examples. By giving examples, we could deliver the message and the knowledge in a better manner and short time. Here this method helps us in great manner.

When we write, "I want you to go", and "I made him go", students will ask why 'go.'

Then it can be explained, in the sentence "I made him 'go'," 'go' is bare infinitive.

May be, such teaching involves not only labour, but also creative thinking. Instead of following the insipid method of teaching by book, taking another route of teaching of examples give us better results and job-satisfactions.

But the teaching will be effective and learning will be spontaneous. This page is a product of our experiences in teaching English for over forty-five years. Still we are in the market of teaching the basics of English to all kinds of students who show interest and willingness to learn the basics of English. Even many grown-ups come to us to learn the basics from us. The more you learn the basics, the better to come to know of them. Since learning has no time-limit, you are all welcome to learn from this website what you want to learn regarding the English Grammar.

We have consulted many grammar books. They didn't inspire us more. What is required is that teaching of grammar must be interesting and exciting. We have discovered our own methods of teaching English to our students by adopting our styles to the suitability and the requirements of the students. Many students simply come forward to learn the intricacies of the English, whereas many other students hesitate to come forward to raise their doubts in front of other students simply out of shyness. The students should take the initiatives to learn these basics of English so that they will prepare well for many competitive examinations in their future. We, the teachers, are here only to impart the basics and clarify the doubts of the students. Unless and until the students come forward, the teachers could do very little in imparting the basics. We have made an attempt in this direction.

  1. Sentence Structure - 1
  2. Sentence Structure - 2
  3. A Word
  4. Words
  5. The Kinds of Nouns
  6. A Common Noun
  7. A Proper Noun
  8. A Collective Noun
  9. An Abstract Noun
  10. A Concrete Noun
  11. Abstract Nouns from Adjectives
  12. Abstract Nouns from Verbs
  13. Abstract Nouns from Nouns
  14. The Nouns and Number
  15. Uncountable Nouns
  16. Countable Nouns
  17. Singulars and Plurals
  18. How to use EITHER?
  19. How to use NONE?
  20. Plurals not ending in S
  21. Plural but Singular
  22. Singulars with Two Different Meanings
  23. Singulars and Plurals
  24. Formation of Plurals
  25. Foreign Singulars and Plurals
  26. Latin Singulars and Plurals
  27. Greek Singulars and Plurals
  28. Italian Singulars and Plurals
  29. French Singulars and Plurals
  30. The Noun and Gender
  31. Masculine Nouns
  32. Feminine Nouns
  33. Common Gender Nouns
  34. Neuter Gender Nouns
  35. Formation of Feminine Nouns
  36. The Case of A Noun
  37. The Noun and Its Case
  38. Genitives
  39. An Analysis of The Noun
  40. Pronoun
  41. Pronouns
  42. Subject forms of Pronouns
  43. Object forms of Pronouns
  44. Personal Pronouns
  45. First Person Pronouns
  46. Second Person Pronouns
  47. Third Person Pronouns
  48. Different Forms of Personal Pronouns
  49. Pronouns of Third Person
  50. Agreement of A Pronoun with its Antecedent
  51. Reflexive Pronouns
  52. Emphatic Pronouns
  53. Demonstrative Pronouns
  54. Indefinite Pronouns
  55. How to use One?
  56. How to use None?
  57. How to use They?
  58. How to use All?
  59. How to use Some?
  60. How to use Somebody?
  61. How to use Nobody?
  62. How to use Few?
  63. How to use A Few?
  64. How to use Many?
  65. How to use Any?
  66. How to use Other?
  67. How to use Every-One?
  68. How to use Each?
  69. How to use Either?
  70. How to use Neither?
  71. Relative Pronouns
  72. How to use WHO?
  73. How to use Which?
  74. How to use That?
  75. How to use AS?
  76. Forms of The Relative Pronouns
  77. Demonstration of Relative Pronouns
  78. Compound Relative Pronouns
  79. Interrogative Pronouns
  80. An Analysis of The Pronoun
  81. Adjectives
  82. Kinds of Adjectives
  83. Adjective of Quality
  84. Adjective of Quantity
  85. Adjectives of Number
  86. Definite Numeral Adjectives
  87. Definite Numerals
  88. Indefinite Numeral Adjectives
  89. Indefinite Numerals
  90. Distributive Numeral Adjectives
  91. Demonstrative Adjectives
  92. Interrogative Adjectives
  93. Adjectives and Adverbs
  94. Cardinals and Ordinals
  95. Adjectively and Adverbially
  96. Adjectives with Verbs
  97. Uses of Adjectives
  98. Emphasizing Adjectives
  99. Exclamatory Adjectives
  100. Adjectives from Nouns
  101. Adjectives from Verbs
  102. Adjectives from other Adjectives
  103. Formation of Adjectives
  104. Past Participles and Adjectives
  105. Adjectives and Their Antonyms
  106. Comparison of Adjectives
  107. Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
  108. Irregular Comparatives and Superlatives
  109. Formation of Comparatives and Superlatives
  110. Adjectives of more than two syllables
  111. Formation of Comparative Sentences
  112. Formation of Superlative Sentences
  113. Sentences with Superlatives
  114. Superlatives can be used without nouns.
  115. Irregular Comparison
  116. Difference between Later and Latter
  117. Difference between Elder and Older
  118. Difference between Farther and Further
  119. Difference between Nearest and Next
  120. Comparatives but Positives
  121. Latin Comparatives
  122. Sentences with Adjectives
  123. Sentences with Comparatives and Superlatives
  124. Adverbs of Degree
  125. MORE and LESS used in Comparisons
  126. Adverbs of Degree in Comparisons
  127. Changing The Degree of Comparison
  128. Adjectives used as Nouns
  129. Adjectives used as Singular Nouns
  130. Adjectives used as Plural Nouns
  131. Adjectives used with Phrases
  132. Adjectives and Their Positions in Sentences
  133. Attributive Adjectives
  134. Predicative Adjective
  135. Adjectives Used Predicatively
  136. Adjectives Used Attributively
  137. Participles used as Adjectives
  138. The Correct Usage of Adjectives
  139. Some and Any as Determiners
  140. Correct Usage of Some and Any
  141. Correct Usage of Each and Every
  142. Each and Every as Determiners
  143. Correct Usage of EACH OF
  144. Correct Usage of BOTH
  145. Correct Usage of ALL
  146. Correct usage of LITTLE
  147. Correct usage of A LITTLE
  148. Correct usage of THE LITTLE
  149. Correct usage of FEW
  150. Correct usage of A FEW
  151. Correct usage of THE FEW
  152. Articles
  153. How to use the articles?
  154. Definite Article THE
  155. Indefinite Articles
  156. Pronunciation of Vowels and Articles
  157. Definite Article THE as Determiner
  158. Uses of The Indefinite Articles
  159. Omission of The Article
  160. A preposition followed by its object
  161. Position of Articles
  162. The use of Articles
  163. Repetition of The Article
  164. Typical mistakes in the usage of Articles
  165. Sample Sentences with Suitable Articles
  166. The Verbs
  167. A Verb
  168. A Transitive Verb
  169. An Intransitive Verb
  170. A Phrasal Verb
  171. Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
  172. Action Verbs
  173. Helping Verbs
  174. Linking Verbs
  175. Intransitive Verbs
  176. Intransitive Verbs used in Causative Sense
  177. Verbs of Incomplete Predication
  178. Complement
  179. Subjective Complements
  180. Objective Complements
  181. The Verb in Active and Passive Voices
  182. The active form of a verb
  183. The passive form of the verb
  184. When to use Active Voice?
  185. When to use Passive Voice?
  186. The Use of Active Voice
  187. The Use of Passive Voice
  188. How to use Active Voice?
  189. How to use Passive Voice?
  190. Verbs in The Active Voice
  191. Verbs in The Passive Voice
  192. Verbs in Active Voice with Two Objects
  193. Verbs with Two Passive Voice Structures
  194. Converting Active Voice into Passive Voice
  195. Converting Passive Voice into Active Voice
  196. Active Verbs used with Passive Meanings
  197. Sentences with objective complements
  198. Sentences with clause objects
  199. Verbs with object and infinitive
  200. Verbs which cannot be used in the passive
  201. The Verb and Its Mood
  202. Kinds of Mood in English
  203. Indicative Mood
  204. Imperative Mood
  205. Subjunctive Mood
  206. Present Subjunctive Mood
  207. Past Subjunctive Mood
  208. Conditional Auxiliary
  209. The Verb and Its Tenses
  210. Simple Present Tense
  211. Present Continuous Tense
  212. Present Perfect Tense
  213. Present Perfect Continuous Tense
  214. Difference between Present Perfect & Present Perfect Continuous
  215. Simple Past Tense
  216. Past Continuous Tense
  217. Past Perfect Tense
  218. Past Perfect Continuous Tense
  219. Simple Future Tense
  220. Future Continuous Tense
  221. Future Perfect Tense
  222. Future Perfect Continuous Tense
  223. Table of Tenses
  224. Correct Verb Forms
  225. Agreement of The Verb with Person and Number
  226. Agreement of The Verb with The Subject
  227. Agreement between The Verb and The Subject
  228. Collective Nouns and Verbs
  229. Singular Words with Plural Verbs
  230. Learn English Grammar Online
  231. Learn Grammar Online
  232. The Infinitive
  233. The Infinitive as The Noun
  234. The Infinitive as The Verb
  235. The Infinitive as The Subject
  236. The Infinitive as The Object
  237. The Infinitive as The Complement
  238. The Infinitive as The Object of A Preposition
  239. The Infinitive without TO
  240. Infinitive without TO
  241. Improve English Grammar
  242. Free English Classes Online
  243. English Language
  244. Modal Verb Forms
  245. Active Infinitive
  246. Passive Infinitive
  247. Boost Your English
  248. The Participle
  249. The Past Participle
  250. The Present Participle
  251. Verbal Nouns
  252. Participle Phrase
  253. An Adjectival Phrase
  254. Participle Clauses
  255. Participial Phrases
  256. The Gerund
  257. Verbal Noun
  258. Usage of Verbal Noun
  259. Usage of Gerund
  260. Gerund as the subject of a verb
  261. Gerund as the object of a verb
  262. Gerund introduced by the impersonal IT
  263. Gerund as the complement of the verb TO BE
  264. Gerund as the object of a preposition
  265. Online English Literacy
  266. Learn English Grammar Free
  267. The Gerund and The Verbal Noun
  268. Strong Verbs and Weak Verbs
  269. Strong Verbs
  270. Weak Verbs
  271. List of Weak Verbs
  272. Common Verbs
  273. Verbs often Confused
  274. Differences between LAY and LIE
  275. List of Strong Verbs
  276. Past Participles but Adjectives
  277. One Strong Verb and One Weak Verb
  278. A List of Weak Verbs
  279. Auxiliary Verbs
  280. Modal Verbs - 1
  281. Modal Verbs - 2
  282. Modal Auxiliary Verbs
  283. Defective Verbs
  284. How to use Auxiliary Verb BE?
  285. Auxiliary Verb BE
  286. Auxiliary Verb DO
  287. Auxiliary Verb HAVE
  288. Auxiliary Verb CAN
  289. Auxiliary Verb COULD
  290. Auxiliary Verb MAY
  291. Auxiliary Verb MIGHT
  292. Auxiliary Verb WILL
  293. Auxiliary Verb WOULD
  294. Auxiliary Verb SHALL
  295. Auxiliary Verb SHOULD
  296. Auxiliary Verb MUST
  297. Auxiliary Verb OUGHT TO
  298. Auxiliary Verb DARE
  299. Auxiliary Verb NEED
  300. Auxiliary Verb USED TO
  301. The Main Verbs
  302. The Principal Verb
  303. The Lexical Verb
  304. Catenative Verbs
  305. Conjugation of The Verbs
  306. Conjugation of The Verb - LOVE
  307. Conjugation of The Verb - SEE
  308. Conjugation of The Verb and The Imperative Mood
  309. Conjugation of The Verb and The Non-Finites
  310. The Adverbs
  311. The Adverb Particles
  312. The Adverb Phrases
  313. The Adverb Clauses
  314. Adverbials
  315. How to use the adverb HARDLY?
  316. How to use the adverb SCARCELY?
  317. How to use the adverb BARELY?
  318. How to use the adverb NO SOONER?
  319. How to use the adverb RARELY?
  320. How to use the adverb SELDOM?
  321. How to use the adverb NEVER?
  322. How to use the adverb OCCASIONALLY?
  323. Adverbials of Time
  324. Adverbs of Degree
  325. Adverbs of Probability
  326. Adverb Phrases and Adverb Particles
  327. How do adverbs modify the phrases?
  328. Adverbs of Time
  329. Adverbs of Frequency
  330. Adverbs of Place
  331. Adverbs of Manner
  332. Formation of Adverbs from Adjectives
  333. Adverbs of Degree
  334. Adverbs of Quantity
  335. Adverbs of Affirmation
  336. Adverb of Negation
  337. YES and NO
  338. Adverbs of Reason
  339. Interrogative Adverbs
  340. Relative Adverbs
  341. The Kinds of Adverbs
  342. The Same Words as Adverbs and Adjectives
  343. The Same Words as Adjectives and Adverbs
  344. Adjectives as Adverbs
  345. Adverbs as Adjectives
  346. Adjectives but Adverbs
  347. Adverb THE
  348. Adverbial Accusative
  349. Comparison of Adverbs
  350. Positive Degree of Adverbs
  351. Comparative Degree of Adverbs
  352. Superlative Degree of Adverbs
  353. Irregular Adverbs of Comparison
  354. Formation of Adverbs
  355. The Formation of Adverbs
  356. Compound Adverbs
  357. Positions of Adverbs
  358. Positions of Adverbs in Sentences
  359. Adverbs and Their Positions in Sentences
  360. The Adverb ENOUGH
  361. Preposition
  362. The Object of The Preposition
  363. Kinds of Prepositions
  364. Simple Prepositions
  365. The Preposition AT
  366. The Preposition BY
  367. The Preposition FOR
  368. The Preposition FROM
  369. The Preposition IN
  370. The Preposition OF
  371. The Preposition OFF
  372. The Preposition ON
  373. The Preposition OUT
  374. The Preposition THROUGH
  375. The Preposition TILL
  376. The Preposition TO
  377. The Preposition UP
  378. The Preposition WITH
  379. Compound Prepositions
  380. The Preposition ABOUT
  381. The Preposition ABOVE
  382. The Preposition ACROSS
  383. The Preposition ALONG
  384. The Preposition AMIDST
  385. The Preposition AMONG
  386. The Preposition AMONGST
  387. The Preposition AROUND
  388. The Preposition BEFORE
  389. The Preposition BEHIND
  390. The Preposition BELOW
  391. The Preposition BENEATH
  392. The Preposition BESIDE
  393. The Preposition BETWEEN
  394. The Preposition BEYOND
  395. The Preposition INSIDE
  396. The Preposition OUTSIDE
  397. The Preposition UNDERNEATH
  398. The Preposition WITHIN
  399. The Preposition WITHOUT
  400. Phrases Prepositions
  401. Prepositional Phrases
  402. The Preposition ACCORDING TO
  403. The Preposition AGREEABLY TO
  404. The Preposition ALONG WITH
  405. The Preposition AWAY FROM
  406. The Preposition BECAUSE OF
  407. The Preposition BY DINT OF
  408. The Preposition BY MEANS OF
  409. The Preposition BY REASON OF
  410. The Preposition BY VIRTUE OF
  411. The Preposition BY WAY OF
  412. The Preposition FOR THE SAKE OF
  413. The Preposition IN ACCORDANCE WITH
  414. The Preposition IN ADDITION TO
  415. The Preposition ON BEHALF OF
  416. The Preposition IN CASE OF
  417. The Preposition IN COMPARISON TO
  418. The Preposition IN COMPLIANCE WITH
  419. The Preposition IN CONSEQUENCE OF
  420. The Preposition AS A CONSEQUENCE OF
  421. The Preposition IN COURSE OF
  422. The Preposition IN FAVOUR OF
  423. The Preposition IN FRONT OF
  424. The Preposition IN LIEU OF
  425. The Preposition IN ORDER TO
  426. The Preposition IN PLACE OF
  427. The Preposition IN REFERENCE TO
  428. The Preposition WITH REFERENCE TO
  429. The Preposition IN REGARD TO
  430. The Preposition IN SPITE OF
  431. The Preposition INSTEAD OF
  432. The Preposition IN THE EVENT OF
  433. The Preposition ON ACCOUNT OF
  434. The Preposition OWING TO
  435. The Preposition DUE TO
  436. The Preposition WITH A VIEW TO
  437. The Preposition WITH AN EYE TO
  438. The Preposition WITH REGARD TO
  439. The Meanings of Prepositions
  440. Phrasal Verbs
  441. Collocating Prepositions
  442. Word Order
  443. Preposition after A Verb
  444. Verbs followed by Prepositions
  445. Prepositions in Sentences - 1
  446. Prepositions in Sentences - 2
  447. Prepositions in Sentences - 3
  448. Participial Prepositions
  449. Learn English Grammar
  450. The Object to A Preposition
  451. Prepositions and Composite Verbs
  452. Prepositions indicating Relationship of Place
  453. Prepositions indicating Time
  454. Prepositions indicating Agency
  455. Prepositions indicating Instrumentality
  456. Prepositions indicating Manner
  457. Prepositions indicating Cause
  458. Prepositions indicating Reason
  459. Prepositions indicating Purpose
  460. Prepositions indicating Possession
  461. Prepositions indicating Measures
  462. Prepositions indicating Standard
  463. Prepositions indicating Rate
  464. Prepositions indicating Value
  465. Prepositions indicating Contrast
  466. Prepositions indicating Concession
  467. Prepositions indicating Inference
  468. Prepositions indicating Motive
  469. Prepositions indicating Source
  470. Prepositions indicating Origin
  471. Prepositions IN and AT
  472. Prepositions TO and INTO
  473. Prepositions ON and UPON
  474. Prepositions TILL and TO
  475. Prepositions WITH and BY
  476. Prepositions SINCE and FROM
  477. Prepositions IN and WITHIN
  478. Prepositions BESIDE and BESIDES
  479. Prepositions BESIDES and EXCEPT
  480. Prepositions THAN and BUT
  481. Prepositions WITH and IN
  482. Preposition FOR
  483. Prepositions of Time
  484. Words Followed by Prepositions - 1
  485. Words Followed by Prepositions - 2
  486. Words Followed by Prepositions - 3
  487. Words Followed by Prepositions - 4
  488. Words followed The Preposition IN
  489. Adjectives followed by The Preposition FOR
  490. Adjectives followed by The Preposition OF
  491. Adjectives followed by The Preposition WITH
  492. Adjectives followed by The Preposition TO
  493. Nouns followed by The Preposition FOR
  494. Nouns followed by The Preposition FROM
  495. Nouns followed by The Preposition OF
  496. Nouns followed by The Preposition TO
  497. Nouns followed by The Preposition WITH
  498. Participles followed by The Preposition FOR
  499. Participles followed by The Preposition OF
  500. Participles followed by The Preposition WITH
  501. Participles followed by The Preposition TO
  502. Use of Prepositions
  503. Verbs followed by The Preposition ON
  504. Verbs followed by The Preposition FOR
  505. Verbs followed by The Preposition IN
  506. Verbs followed by The Preposition OF
  507. Verbs followed by The Preposition FROM
  508. Verbs followed by The Preposition WITH
  509. Verbs followed by The Preposition TO
  510. Abhorrent to
  511. Abstemious
  512. Accommodate
  513. According to
  514. Accurate
  515. Acquaint with
  516. Adapt to
  517. Addicted to
  518. Affection
  519. Alien to
  520. Alternate
  521. Ambition
  522. Analogous to
  523. Analogous with
  524. Anxious
  525. Assiduous
  526. Associate with
  527. Capacity
  528. Condemned to
  529. Connive at
  530. Connive with
  531. Consecrate to
  532. Contemporary of
  533. Defective
  534. Deficient in
  535. Derogatory to
  536. Destitute of
  537. Differ
  538. Diligent
  539. Due to
  540. Entitled to
  541. Hint at
  542. In accordance with
  543. Influence
  544. Inure to
  545. Labour
  546. Lax
  547. Liable
  548. Limited to
  549. Overcome by
  550. Pass for
  551. Patch up
  552. Prejudicial to
  553. Prevention of
  554. Preventive of
  555. Proficient
  556. Remarkable for
  557. Remiss
  558. Retire
  559. Susceptible to
  560. Temperate
  561. Tolerant of
  562. Words and Prepositions - 1
  563. Words and Prepositions - 2
  564. Call
  565. Count
  566. Close
  567. Dispense
  568. Prepositions in Sentences
  569. The Conjunction
  570. Kinds of Conjunctions
  571. Double Conjunctions
  572. Prepositions before Conjunctions
  573. Conjunctions used in Pairs
  574. Correlative Conjunctions
  575. Correlatives
  576. Compound Conjunctions
  577. Classes of Conjunctions
  578. Coordinating Conjunctions
  579. Kinds of Coordinating Conjunctions
  580. Subordinating Conjunctions
  581. Accumulative Conjunctions
  582. Cumulative Conjunctions
  583. Copulative Conjunctions
  584. Adversative Conjunctions
  585. Alternative Conjunctions
  586. Disjunctive Conjunctions
  587. Illative Conjunctions
  588. The Classes of Conjunctions
  589. The Conjunction AFTER
  590. The Conjunction IF
  591. The Conjunction BECAUSE
  592. The Conjunction THAT
  593. The Conjunction THOUGH
  594. The Conjunction ALTHOUGH
  595. The Conjunction TILL
  596. The Conjunction BEFORE
  597. The Conjunction UNLESS
  598. The Conjunction AS
  599. The Conjunction WHEN
  600. The Conjunction WHERE
  601. The Conjunction WHILE
  602. The Conjunction THAN
  603. Conjunctions in Sentences
  604. Conjunctions and Prepositions
  605. Conjunctions of Time
  606. The Conjunctions SINCE and OR
  607. The Conjunctions IF and THAT
  608. Conjunctions
  609. Interjection
  610. The Sequence of Tenses
  611. Question Tags
  612. Question Tags and Short Questions
  613. Analysis of English Sentences
  614. The Phrases
  615. Noun Phrases
  616. Adjective Phrase
  617. Adverb Phrase
  618. Clauses
  619. Principal Clause
  620. Main Clause
  621. Independent Clause
  622. Dependent Clause
  623. Subordinate Clause
  624. Noun Clause
  625. Adjective Clause
  626. Adverbial Clause
  627. Adverb Clause
  628. Types of Sentences
  629. Simple Sentences
  630. Complex Sentences
  631. Compound Sentences
  632. Noun Clause in Complex Sentence
  633. Adjective Clause in Complex Sentence
  634. Adverb Clause in Complex Sentence
  635. Analysis of Complex Sentences
  636. Analysis of Compound Sentences
  637. Transform Simple Sentences into Complex Sentences
  638. Transform Affirmative into Negative Sentences
  639. Transform Interrogative into Assertive Sentences
  640. Transform Exclamatory into Assertive Sentences
  641. Transformation of Sentences
  642. Direct and Indirect Speech
  643. Direct Question into Indirect Question
  644. Differences between Direct and Indirect Speech
  645. Direct Speech into Reported Speech
  646. Converting Questions into Reported Speech
  647. Converting Commands into Reported Speech
  648. Converting Requests into Reported Speech
  649. Converting Exclamations into Reported Speech
  650. Converting Wishes into Reported Speech
  651. Punctuation Marks
  652. Specimen Passages
  653. 12 Basic English Grammar Rules
  654. The Present Tense
  655. The Present Participle and The Progressive Tenses
  656. The Past Tense
  657. The Past Tense of Irregular Verbs
  658. The Verb BE
  659. The Present Tense of Irregular Verbs
  660. The Passive Voice
  661. The Past Passive Participle of Irregular Verbs
  662. The Imperative
  663. The Present Subjunctive Passive
  664. The Present Subjunctive
  665. The Subjunctive
  666. Practice on the Present Tense
  667. The Present Participle and The Progressive Tenses
  668. Practice on The Past Tense
  669. Past Tenses of Irregular Verbs
  670. Present Tense or Past Tense
  671. The Past Tense and Past Passive Participle
  672. Usages of Irregular Verbs
  673. Irregular Verbs in Sentences
  674. Irregular Verbs You Need to Know



    1. Singulars and Plurals
    2. Two Plurals with Two Meanings
    3. Nouns taken from foreign languages
    4. Peculiar Singulars and Plurals
    5. Nouns Used Only As Plurals
    6. Singulars and Plurals Alike
    7. Nouns by Number
    8. Vocabulary related to Hotel Management
    9. Subject and Predicate
    10. Sentences
    11. Units of English
    12. Nouns in Apposition
    13. Dative Case
    14. Declension of Nouns
    15. Nominative of Address or the Vocative Case
    16. Formation of the Possessive Case
    17. Use of the possessive case
    18. The Noun and Its Case
    19. Vocative Case
    20. Genitive Case
    21. Possessive Case
    22. Dative Case
    23. Objective Case
    24. Nominative Case
    25. Case of A Noun
    26. Adverbial Phrases
    27. Adjectival Phrases
    28. Phrase
    29. Noun Phrases
    30. Clauses
    31. Governing Vocabulary
    32. Schemes of Balance
    33. Schemes of repetition
    34. Medical Vocabulary
    35. Figures of Speech
    36. Nouns
    37. Employers Vocabulary
    38. Parts of Speech
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