English Grammer

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Share this…FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin1.   a/an (the indefinite article) The form  “a” is used before a word beginning with a consonant, or a vowel with a consonant sound: a man a had a university a European a one-way street The form ” an” is used before words beginning with a vowel (a, e, i, o, u) or words beginning with a mute h: an apple              

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Share this…FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinList of the most commonly used English idioms A hot potato Speak of an issue which many people are talking about and which is usually disputed A penny for your thoughts A way of asking what someone is thinking Actions speak louder than words People’s intentions can be judged better by what they do than what they say. Add insult to injury To further a loss with mockery or

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Share this…FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin  When we speak or write we use words. We generally use these words in groups; as, Little Bunny sat in a corner. A group of words like this, which makes complete sense, is called a Sentence. Kinds of Sentences :Sentences are of four kinds: (1) Those which make statements or assertions; as, Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. (2) Those which ask questions; as Where do you live? (3) Those