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English Grammar
Parts of Speech
What is Noun?
Noun is a word for place, person or things.
What are different Kinds of Noun?
What is Proper Noun?
Name of particular person or place
Sam, Chennai, Smith
The words begin with a capital alphabet.
What is Common Noun?
Name of common place person or things
Boy, girl, city, village.
What is Collective Noun?
Name of group of persons or things
Army, jury
What is Material noun?
Name of substances or materials
Cotton, gold
What is Abstract Noun?
Name of quality state or action
Kindness, cruelty, smiles.

What is Pronoun?
Pronoun is a word in place of a noun.
Kinds of pronouns
I, you, we, her, she
Distributive pronouns
Each, either, neither
Demonstrative pronouns
This, that, those, these
Indefinite pronouns
Some, any, somebody, anybody, no one
Reflexive Pronouns
Myself, yourself, herself, itself
Emphatic pronouns
When emphasized
Myself, ourselves, themselves
Relative Pronouns
Who, whose, whom, which
Interrogative Pronouns
Who, whom whose
Exclamatory Pronoun
Reciprocal pronouns
One another, each other

What is Adjective?
Adjective is a word which describes or qualifies a noun or pronoun.
Kinds of adjectives
Proper Adjectives
Adjectives formed from proper nouns
India - Indian
America – American
Russia – Russian
Possessive Adjectives
My, his, her, your, there are called possessive adjectives.
My pen, your house
Distributive Adjective
Either, neither, each, every
Neither of the two rooms was empty.
Every statement is false.

Demonstrative   Adjective
Two types –
Definite – that, this, same
 Indefinite – a, an some, any, other
Numerical Adjective - two types
Definite – one two, first, second,
Indefinite – many, some, few
Quantitative Adjectives –defines quantity
Little, whole, much
Qualitative Adjectives –show quality
Small, big, good, ugly
Interrogative Adjectives –To ask questions
Whose pen is this?
Which book you like?
Exclamatory Adjective – Express Emotion or surprise
What a story!
What are Degrees of Comparison?
What is Positive Degree?
No comparison is made- Mohan is a good actor
What is Comparative Degree?
Comparison of two persons or things
Ram is more talented than Shyam
This house is more spacious than that house.
What is Superlative Degree?
Denotes highest quality
Ram is the best student
He is the best singer

What is Adverb?
Adverb modifies the meaning of an adjective, verb or other  adverb.
Kinds of Adverbs
According to Uses
Simple Adverb
You are quite wrong.
Interrogative Adverb
Why is he not eating?
Relative Adverbs
Let me know when she will come.
According to Meaning
Adverbs of Time
She comes here daily.
Adverbs of Place
He left his care here.
Adverbs of Frequency
She called you twice.
Adverbs of Quantity or Degree
These mangoes are almost ripe.
Adverbs of Manner
Shyam fought bravely
Adverbs of Reason
He therefore left office.
Adverbs of Negation and Affirmation
She did not meet her.

What is Conjunctions?
A conjunction is a word which joins two sentences, words or  phrases.
Ram and Shyam left for work.
What is Preposition?
Preposition is a word which is used before a noun or pronoun and shows its relation with other words of the sentence.
The book is on the table.
The cow is under the tree.
What are Articles?
An Article is an adjective. It describes a noun
English has two articles
Definite Article - The
Indefinite Article - A / An
1. Let us go to a movie.
A movie - It means any movie hence indefinite article
2. Let us go to the movie
The movie - It means a specific movie - hence definite article
An - It is used before a word beginning with a vowel sound
An orange, an umbrella, an ice-cream
A is used before a word beginning with a consonant sound
A boy, a train, a book
The - It is used for a particular thing or person.
Bring me the pen
Get me the key.
Exceptions to usage of article
Some common types of nouns do not take an article.
Names of languages and nationalities- Hindi, Tamil, Chinese, English, Spanish, Russian
Sports - cricket, volleyball, hockey,
Subjects: Science, History, Chemistry, Physics

What is Tense and Time?
Time – Indicates the period when the action is done or time of action.
Tense – Indicates forms of verb.
What are the different Kinds of Tense?
Past tense
Sub categories – Simple, Continuous, Perfect and Perfect
Present tense
Sub categories – Simple, Continuous, Perfect and Perfect
Future Tense
Sub categories – Simple, Continuous, Perfect and Perfect
Simple Present tense
Simple Present Tense - when an action is happening right
now, or when it happens regularly
Earth revolves around the sun
Present Continuous Tense - actions happening now / at the time of speaking.
It is snowing.
Present Perfect Tense – Activities completed in immediate past.
The movie has just started.
Present Perfect Continuous Tense – Action which began in the past but continuing at present
He has been studying for two hours

Simple Past Tense – Action completed in Past.
I left college last summer.
Past Continuous Tense -   Action going on in the past
He was playing piano
Past Perfect Tense – Action completed in the past
We had left before he came.
Past Perfect Continuous Tense – Action began at a certain time in the past and had continued upto that time.
We had been living here since 2016.
Simple Future Tense – Action still to take place
He will come tomorrow.
Future Continuous Tense – Action which will be in progress in future
I shall be driving.
Future Perfect Tense – Action completed in specific time in future.
I shall have reached by then
Future Perfect Continuous Tense – Action in progress over a period of time ending in future.
I shall have been reading for three hours.



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