Most Confusing Grammar Rules

Definite & Indefinite Adjectives Definite One, two, three… First, second, third, last Indefinite Some, most, more, many, several, few, little Definite & Indefinite Pronouns Definite Pronouns I, we, you, they, he, she, it This, that, these, those, such Indefinite Pronouns Anybody, Anyone, Anything, Each, Either, Everybody, Everyone, Everything, Neither, Nobody, No one, Nothing, One – […]

Articles – A, an & the

Let’s forget the age old rules for articles. We have been taught to use a before consonants, an before vowels and the before nouns which are previously mentioned , monuments, holy books, organizations, etc. Except the rules for the, all the other rules are confusing. What is the best rule? We use a before any singular noun that begins with a closed sound. Closed […]

Determiners

Introduction Determiners include the following sections: Articles – A, an, the Adjectives of Quantity – Few, a few, much, more, little, a little, any, some, many Interrogative Adjectives – Which, whose Distributives – All, all the, both, half, half a, half the, each, every, either and neither. Demonstrative Adjectives – This, that, these, those, such Number […]

Articles – A, an, the

Let’s forget the age old rules for articles. We have been taught to use a before consonants, an before vowels and the before nouns which are previously mentioned , monuments, holy books, organizations, etc. Except the rules for the, all the other rules are confusing. What is the best rule? We use a before any singular noun that begins with a closed sound. Closed […]

Adjectives – Added to the Nouns!

Adjectives are words used for describing nouns or other adjectives. Great Caesar fell! (Here, great describes Caesar) Tom is a hardworking boy. (Here, the word hardworking describes a positive quality of a boy, Tom) Shiela is attentive. (Attentive describes Shiela’s character) A few mangoes have fallen. (A few shows how many or quanity) Five men […]
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