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Numeral Exercises 02/04/2024

NUMERAL DEFINITION AND EXERCISES
In English grammar, numerals function as a part of speech to represent numbers, quantify nouns, and express numerical relationships.

There are two main types of numerals in English: cardinal numerals and ordinal numerals.

Cardinal Numerals: Cardinal numerals represent specific quantities or numbers.

They answer the question how many?

Numeral Exercises In English grammar, numerals function as a part of speech to represent numbers, quantify nouns, and express numerical relationships. There are two main types of numerals in English: cardinal numerals and ordinal numerals.

Adjective Exercises 25/03/2024

ADJECTIVE DEFINITION AND EXERCISES:
An adjective is a word that modifies or describes a noun or pronoun by providing additional information about its qualities, characteristics, or attributes.

Adjectives describe the qualities or characteristics of nouns (e.g., tall, blue, happy).

They help to make writing more descriptive and expressive by providing vivid details about the subject.

Adjective Exercises An adjective is a word that modifies or describes a noun or pronoun by providing additional information about its qualities, characteristics, or attributes. Adjectives describe the qualities or characteristics of nouns (e.g., tall, blue, happy). They help to make writing more descriptive and express...

Pronoun Exercises 20/03/2024

Pronoun definition and exercises


Pronouns are words that substitute nouns in sentences to avoid repetition or add clarity.

They come in various types, each serving a specific function:




Personal Pronouns:
Refer to specific people, animals, or things.

They include subjective pronouns (I, you, he, she, it, we, they),

objective pronouns (me,

Pronoun Exercises Pronouns are words that substitute nouns in sentences to avoid repetition or add clarity. They come in various types, each serving a specific function:

Noun exercises 11/03/2024

Noun Definition & Exercises:
Common nouns refer to general, ordinary things or entities (e.g., dog, city).

Proper nouns refer to specific, individual entities (e.g., Max, New York).

Singular nouns refer to one person, place, thing, or idea (e.g., book, car).

Plural nouns refer to more than one person, place, thing, or idea (e.g., books, cars).

Noun exercises Instructions: Please, do the exercises without seeing the Answers. If you are unable to find an answer, you can check the answers provided below after attempting all the blanks.

Table of Irregular Verbs 10/03/2024

Regular & Irregular Verb Patterns




Verbs in English can be classified into two main categories:

regular verbs and irregular verbs.

These categories are based on how the verbs change their forms to indicate tense, aspect, and agreement with the subject.

Let's look up each category with examples:




Regular Verbs:
Regular verbs follow a predictable pattern when conjugated.

Table of Irregular Verbs Verbs in English can be classified into two main categories: regular verbs and irregular verbs. These categories are based on how the verbs change their forms to indicate tense, aspect, and agreement with the subject. Let's look up each category with examples:

THE IMPERATIVE MOOD AND NON-FINITE FORMS OF "TO HAVE" 08/03/2024

The Imperative form of the verb "to have"

Affirmative
Negative

Have!
Don't have!










The Infinitive form of the verb "to have"
in the Indefinite, Continuous, and Perfect aspects:

Aspect
Infinitive

Indefinite
to have

Continuous
to be having

Perfect
to have had











The Gerund form of the verb "to have"
in the Indefinite and Perfect

THE IMPERATIVE MOOD AND NON-FINITE FORMS OF "TO HAVE" The imperative form of the verb "to have"

Conjugation of To Have in Perfect Tense 07/03/2024

This table covers Present Perfect, Past Perfect, Future Perfect, and Future Perfect in the Past forms of "to have" in Indicative mood, with affirmative, question, and negative forms


Perfect Tense Forms

Tense
Affirmative
Question
Negative

Present Perfect
I have had
Have I had?
I have not had / I haven't had


You have had
Have you had?
You

Conjugation of To Have in Perfect Tense This table covers Present Perfect, Past Perfect, Future Perfect, and Future Perfect in the Past all forms of "to have" in Indicative mood, with affirmative, question, and negative forms

Conjugation of To Have in Indefinite Tense 06/03/2024

This table covers Present Simple, Past Simple, Future Simple, and Future in the Past forms of “to have” in Indicative mood, with affirmative, question, and negative forms:


Indefinite Tense Forms:

Tense
Affirmative
Question
Negative

Present Simple
I have
Do I have?
I do not have / I don't have

You have
Do you have?
You do not have / You don't have

He/She/It has
Does he/she/it have?

Conjugation of To Have in Indefinite Tense This table covers Present Simple, Past Simple, Future Simple, and Future in the Past forms of “to have” in Indicative mood, with affirmative, question, and negative forms:

THE IMPERATIVE MOOD AND NON-FINITE FORMS OF "TO BE" 06/03/2024

Here's the imperative mood form of to be
in both affirmative and negative forms:

Affirmative
Negative

Be!
Don't be!








Here's the table representing the Infinitive forms of the verb to be in both the indefinite and perfect aspects:

Aspect
Infinitive

Indefinite
to be

Perfect
to have been









Here's the table representing the gerund forms of

THE IMPERATIVE MOOD AND NON-FINITE FORMS OF "TO BE" Here's the imperative mood form of to be in both affirmative and negative forms:

Conjugation of To Be in Perfect Tense 05/03/2024

This table covers Present Perfect, Past Perfect, Future Perfect, and Future in the Past Perfect forms of “to be” in Indicative mood, with affirmative, question, and negative forms.


Tense
Affirmative
Question
Negative

Present Perfect
I have been
Have I been?
I have not been / I haven't been


You have been
Have you been?
You

Conjugation of To Be in Perfect Tense This table covers Present Perfect, Past Perfect, Future Perfect, and Future in the Past Perfect forms of “to be” in Indicative mood, with affirmative, question, and negative forms.

Conjugation of To Be in Continuous Tense 05/03/2024

Here's the table with all forms of "to be" in Present Continuous, Past Continuous, Future Continuous, and Future in the Past Continuous Tense, in Indicative Mood, including affirmative, question, and negative forms, leaving the lines for Future and Future in the Past vacant:

Tense
Affirmative
Question
Negative

Present Continuous
I am being
Am I being?
I

Conjugation of To Be in Continuous Tense Here's the table with all forms of "to be" in Present Continuous, Past Continuous, Future Continuous, and Future in the Past Continuous Tense, in Indicative Mood, including affirmative, question, and negative forms, leaving the lines for Future and Future in the Past vacant:

Conjugation of To Be in Indefinite Tense 04/03/2024

This table covers Present Simple, Past Simple, Future Simple, and Future in the Past forms of “to be” in Indicative mood, with affirmative, question, and negative forms:




Affirmative
Question
Negative

Present Simple
I am
Am I?
I am not / I'm not

You are
Are you?
You are not / You aren't

He/She/It is
Is he/she/it?
He/She/It is not / isn't

We are
Are we?
We

Conjugation of To Be in Indefinite Tense This table covers Present Simple, Past Simple, Future Simple, and Future in the Past forms of “to be” in Indicative mood, with affirmative, question, and negative forms:

THE IMPERATIVE MOOD AND NON-FINITE FORMS OF "TO SMILE" 04/03/2024

THE IMPERATIVE MOOD

In the imperative mood, the affirmative form simply uses the base form of the verb, while the negative form uses “don't” followed by the base form of the verb


Person
Imperative Mood

Affirmative
Smile!

Negative
Don't smile!

THE IMPERATIVE MOOD AND NON-FINITE FORMS OF "TO SMILE" NON-FINITE FORMS OF THE VERB ”TO SMILE” THE INFINITIVE, THE GERUND, THE PARTICIPLE:

Conjugation of to smile in Perfect Tense Form/Passive 27/02/2024

This table covers all forms of the verb “to smile” in the Indicative mood, the Passive voice, for the Perfect group of tenses, including affirmative, question, and negative forms for all persons

Person
Present Perfect
Past Perfect
Future Perfect
Future Perfect in the Past

Affirmative
I have been smiled at
I had been smiled at
I will have been smiled at
I would have been smiled

Conjugation of to smile in Perfect Tense Form/Passive This table covers all forms of the verb “to smile” in the Indicative mood, the Passive voice, for the Perfect group of tenses, including affirmative, question, and negative forms for all persons

Conjugation of to smile in Continuous Tense Form/Passive 26/02/2024

This table covers all forms of the verb “to smile” in the Indicative mood, the Passive voice, for the Continuous group of tenses.
Passive forms are not applicable for the Future Continuous and Future Continuous in the Past, so those spaces are left vacant.

Conjugation of to smile in Continuous Tense Form/Passive This table covers all forms of the verb “to smile” in the Indicative mood, the Passive voice, for the Continuous group of tenses. Passive forms are not applicable for the Future Continuous and Future Continuous in the Past, so those spaces are left vacant.

Conjugation to smile in Indefinite Tense Form/Passive 26/02/2024

This table covers all forms of the verb “to smile” in the Indicative mood, the Passive voice, for the Indefinite group of tenses, including affirmative, question, and negative forms for all persons

Person
Present Simple
Past Simple
Future Simple
Future in the Past

Affirmative
I am smiled at
I was smiled at
I will be smiled at
I would be smiled at

You are smiled at
You were smiled

Conjugation to smile in Indefinite Tense Form/Passive This table covers all forms of the verb “to smile” in the Indicative mood, the Passive voice, for the Indefinite group of tenses, including affirmative, question, and negative forms for all persons

Conjugation to smile in Perfect Continuous Tense Form 26/02/2024

This table covers all forms of the verb “to smile” in the Indicative mood, the Active voice for the Perfect Continuous group of tenses, including affirmative, question, and negative forms for all persons


Person
Present Perfect Continuous
Past Perfect Continuous
Future Perfect Continuous
Future Perfect Continuous in the Past

Affirmative
I have been smiling
I had been smiling
I will

Conjugation to smile in Perfect Continuous Tense Form This table covers all forms of the verb “to smile” in the Indicative mood, the Active voice for the Perfect Continuous group of tenses, including affirmative, question, and negative forms for all persons

Conjugation of to smile in Perfect Tense Form 23/02/2024

This table covers all forms of the verb “to smile” in the Indicative mood, the Active voice for the Perfect group of tenses, including affirmative, question, and negative forms for all persons

Person
Present Perfect
Past Perfect
Future Perfect
Future Perfect in the Past

Affirmative
I have smiled
I had smiled
I will have smiled
I would have smiled


You have smiled
You had

Conjugation of to smile in Perfect Tense Form This table covers all forms of the verb “to smile” in the Indicative mood, the Active voice for the Perfect group of tenses, including affirmative, question, and negative forms for all persons

Conjugation of "to smile" in Continuous Tense Form 22/02/2024

This table covers all forms of the verb “to smile” in the Indicative mood, the Active voice for the Continuous group of tenses, including affirmative, question, and negative forms for all persons

Person
Present Continuous
Past Continuous
Future Continuous
Future Continuous in the Past

Affirmative
I am smiling
I was smiling
I will be smiling
I would be smiling


You are smiling
You

Conjugation of "to smile" in Continuous Tense Form This table covers all forms of the verb “to smile” in the Indicative mood, the Active voice for the Continuous group of tenses, including affirmative, question, and negative forms for all persons

All forms of "to smile" in Indefinite group of Tenses 21/02/2024

This table provides all forms of the verb “to smile” in the Indicative mood, the Active voice for the Indefinite group of tenses, covering affirmative, question, and negative forms across all persons

Person
Present Simple
Past Simple
Future Simple
Future in the Past

Affirmative
I smile
I smiled
I will smile
I would smile


You smile
You smiled
You will smile
You would

All forms of "to smile" in Indefinite group of Tenses This table provides all forms of the verb “to smile” in the Indicative mood, the Active voice for the Indefinite group of tenses, covering affirmative, question, and negative forms across all persons

20/02/2024

Word Formation Processes:
Word formation, also known as morphology, is a fascinating aspect of linguistics that deals with how words are created and constructed within a language.

It explores the rules and processes by which new words are formed, whether by combining existing morphemes (the

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Word Formation: Word derivation; Word Building in English 16/02/2024

Word-building in English
In English grammar word-building, pertains to the creation of new words through the addition of prefixes, suffixes, or other morphemes to existing words.

These processes allow for the expansion of vocabulary and the formation of words with specific meanings or functions.

Word Formation: Word derivation; Word Building in English Word-building in English In English grammar word-building, pertains to the creation of new words through the addition of prefixes, suffixes, or other morphemes to existing words. These processes allow for the expansion of vocabulary and the formation of words with specific meanings or functions.   ...

Punctuation Marks in English 12/02/2024

Punctuation Marks in English
Punctuation marks in English serve various purposes, including indicating pauses, separating elements, clarifying meaning, and organizing text.








Period (.):
Here are various cases in English grammar where the period (full

Punctuation Marks in English Punctuation marks in English serve various purposes, including indicating pauses, separating elements, clarifying meaning, and organizing text.

Complex Sentence With Multiple Dependent Sentences 11/02/2024

Complex Sentence with multiple Subordinate clauses
Complex sentences with two or more subordinate clauses involve a main clause accompanied by two or more dependent clauses.

These clauses can serve various purposes within the sentence structure.







One common type is when the subordinate clauses define different parts of the main clause and answer to the same question.

Complex Sentence With Multiple Dependent Sentences Complex sentences with two or more subordinate clauses involve a main clause accompanied by two or more dependent clauses. These clauses can serve various purposes within the sentence structure.

I wish, Would, and If Only in Conditionals 07/02/2024

Conditionals with I wish, Would, and If Only
I wish is a phrase used to express a desire for something that is not currently true or likely to happen.

It is often used in conditional statements to convey hypothetical situations or regrets about the past.

The structure typically involves I wish followed by a past tense verb or a past perfect tense verb.

I wish, Would, and If Only in Conditionals I wish is a phrase used to express a desire for something that is not currently true or likely to happen. It is often used in conditional statements to convey hypothetical situations or regrets about the past. The structure typically involves I wish followed by a past tense verb or a past perfect te...

Conditional Sentences without "IF" 06/02/2024

Conditionals without conjunction " if "
Conditional sentences formed without the conjunction if and utilizing inversion with modal verbs such as should, had, were, and could often convey hypothetical or unreal situations.



Using Should in the first conditional, before the subject, if is omitted:


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Conditional Sentences without "IF" Conditional sentences formed without the conjunction if and utilizing inversion with modal verbs such as should, had, were, and could often convey hypothetical or unreal situations.

Conditional sentences: Mixed and Implied 03/02/2024

Mixed and Implied Conditionals


Mixed Conditionals:
Mixed conditionals are a combination of elements from both the second and third conditionals.

These types of conditional sentences involve a present or future unreal condition and a past unreal result, or vice versa.

Mixed conditionals are useful for expressing complex relationships between past, present, and future situations.

Conditional sentences: Mixed and Implied Mixed conditionals are a combination of elements from both the second and third conditionals. These types of conditional sentences involve a present or future unreal condition and a past unreal result, or vice versa. Mixed conditionals are useful for expressing complex relationships between past, pr...

Would and Should in Conditional sentences 02/02/2024

Would/Should in Conditionals


Would and should are modal verbs commonly used in conditional sentences to express different shades of meaning.

Here's how they are typically used:


Would:
Would is a modal verb used to express willingness, offers, requests, or to talk about hypothetical or unreal situations.



If it rains, I would stay indoors.

If you asked me, I would help you.

Would and Should in Conditional sentences Would and should are modal verbs commonly used in conditional sentences to express different shades of meaning. Here's how they are typically used:

Might and Could in Conditional Sentences 01/02/2024

Might & Could
Might and could are modal verbs often used in conditional sentences to express possibilities, uncertainties, or hypothetical situations.



Might:
Might is used to express a possibility or a less certain condition.

It suggests that there is a chance of the event happening but doesn't imply certainty.

Might and Could in Conditional Sentences Might and could are modal verbs often used in conditional sentences to express possibilities, uncertainties, or hypothetical situations.

Types of Conditional Sentences 31/01/2024

Conditional Sentences






Zero Conditional:
The Zero Conditional is a type of conditional sentence that is used to express general truths, facts, or scientific principles.

It is formed using the present simple tense in both the if clause and the main clause.

If + present simple, present simple.



If you heat water to 100 degrees Celsius, it boils.

Types of Conditional Sentences The Zero Conditional is a type of conditional sentence that is used to express general truths, facts, or scientific principles.

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