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English Grammar

Here you can find helpful articles on grammatical topics in English that will help you learn any aspect you need.

The Difference Between Imperative and Interrogative Sentences

The Difference Between Imperative and Interrogative Sentences

Imperative sentences can be a statement of authority or command. An interrogative sentence is in a question form or a way of gathering information on a certain topic.

Matlhohonolofatso Nape
Matlhohonolofatso Nape
English
How to Use the Past Perfect Tense and Example Sentences

How to Use the Past Perfect Tense and Example Sentences

The past perfect is a verb tense that shows that action took place in the past before another moment.

Beth Taylor
Beth Taylor
English
Lazy STATIVE or energetic ACTION verbs

Lazy STATIVE or energetic ACTION verbs

In this article, I only wanted to emphasize that stative verbs are not used in any continuous form, which can be Present, Past, Present Perfect Continuous, etc.

Irina Bolshakova
Irina Bolshakova
English
Four Basic Prepositions in English

Four Basic Prepositions in English

This article will focus on four basic prepositions in English, which are AT, ON, IN, and BY.

David Sethathi
David Sethathi
English
How to Use Transition Sentences to Make Your Writing Read Better

How to Use Transition Sentences to Make Your Writing Read Better

Transition sentences are like the bridge between two sentences or paragraphs. They help one idea transition to another, showing the reader what the link is between two parts of a text and making it more fluid and easy to read.

Beth Taylor
Beth Taylor
English
The Simple Past Tense With Examples

The Simple Past Tense With Examples

Past Simple Tense is another “simple” tense, which means that in the affirmative form, we have only the main verb with a suffix, and in the interrogative and negative, the auxiliary verb “to do.”

Nina Stankovic
Nina Stankovic
English
Homophones, Homographs, and Homonyms: the Hecklers of the English Language

Homophones, Homographs, and Homonyms: the Hecklers of the English Language

If English petrifies you, this article could be what the doctor said you need.

Grazia Spano
Grazia Spano
English
Everything You Need to Know About Present Continuous

Everything You Need to Know About Present Continuous

The Present Continuous Tense denotes an action occurring right now (in the present). This tense is sometimes called the Present Progressive Tense because the action is implied in the process.

Nina Stankovic
Nina Stankovic
English
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