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Lesson 12 – Modifiers

Lesson 12 – Modifiers Lesson 12 – Modifiers A modifier is a single word or a group of words which can be a phrase or a clause that describes or provides more information about a word in a sentence. The word in the sentence can be a subject, noun, verb, adjective, adverb, object, complement or

Lesson 11 – Conditionals

Lesson 11 – Conditionals Lesson 11 – Conditionals A conditional relates to a sentence that expresses a condition. A conditional sentence is made up of two clauses, the first of which is the conditional clause and it commonly starts with if. We refer to it as the if-clause (or if clause or ‘if’ clause). The

Lesson 10 – Modal Verb

Lesson 10 – Modal Verb Lesson 10 – Modal Verb Whether modals, modal verbs, modal auxiliaries or modal auxiliary verbs, they are all the same. The modal verbs and the primary verbs (be, do and have) are called auxiliary verbs. The difference between these two groups of verbs is that we can use modal verbs

Lesson 9 – Articles

Lesson 9 – Articles Lesson 9 – Articles There are two types of articles:the definite article (the) and the indefinite articles (a, an). The indefinite article is usually used first to point out a noun such as a person or thing. By doing that, it doesn’t have to be clear about which particular person or

Lesson 6 – Preposition

Lesson 6 – Preposition Lesson 6 – Preposition Prepositions of Time Prepositions of Place Prepositions of Direction Prepositions of Manner/Prepositions of Cause and Effect Simple and Compound Prepositions Same word used as preposition and other parts of speech Same Word used as preposition and adverb Positions of preposition in the sentence Ending a sentence with

Lesson 5 – Pronouns

Lesson 5 – Pronouns Lesson 5 – Pronouns Subsections: Personal Pronouns Reflexive Pronouns Relative Pronouns Possessive Pronouns Demonstrative Pronouns Indefinite pronouns Interrogative Pronouns Reciprocal Pronouns Intensive/EmphaticP ronouns The list above shows the different types of pronouns. A pronoun is a word used to take the place of a noun, which can be a person, place, animal,

Lesson 4  Adverbs

Lesson 4  Adverbs Lesson 4  Adverbs The subsections in this lesson are: Types of Adverbs Comparison of Adverbs Forming Adverbs Position of Adverbs An adverb can be a word (easily) or a phrase (last night) that describes or modifies a verb, an adjective or another adverb, and sometimes a sentence, but not a noun or

Lesson 3 – Adjectives

Lesson 3 – Adjectives Lesson 3 – Adjectives The following are the subsections in this lesson: Types of Adjectives Comparative Adjectives Participial Adjectives Adjectives Function as Nouns Position of adjective in a sentence An adjective is a word (such as bitter, dark, sharp, tall, etc.) that describes or modifies a noun (person, place, thing, or

Lesson 2 – Verbs

Lesson 2 – Verbs Lesson 2 – Verbs Subsections in this lesson are: Principal parts of a verb Auxiliary Verbs Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Regular and Irregular Verbs Linking Verbs Finite Verb and Nonfinite Verb Other types of verbs Stative/state verbs Moods of the verb Conjugation of verb A verb is a word or more

Lesson – 1 Nouns

Lesson – 1 Nouns Lesson – 1 Nouns Subsections in this lesson are: Types of Nouns Functions of a Noun Singular and Plural Nouns Countable and Uncountable Nouns Collective Nouns Possessive form of nouns What Is a Noun? Nouns are any naming words for people, animals, places, things, ideas, and qualities. In fact, they name