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Contraction Sentences Contraction Sentences
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Contraction Sentences

Grammar
Contractions in English are short sentences with the verb to have or be, in an affirmative or negative form. These are the terms "I'm ", "You've got it!", "I'll " For example,...
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Coordinating Conjunctions Coordinating Conjunctions
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Coordinating Conjunctions

Grammar
A coordinating conjunction is a word that joins two elements of equal grammatical rank and syntactic importance. It connects words, phrases, and clauses. In this English...
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Direct & Indirect Speech Direct & Indirect Speech
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Direct & Indirect Speech

Grammar
The direct speech describes when something is being repeated exactly as it was. Indirect speech will still share the same information by reporting or describing what was said. In...
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Either and Neither Either and Neither
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Either and Neither

Grammar
The English words either and neither can cause some problems for native and non-native speakers of English. Sometimes you can use either one and sometimes you have to choose...
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Imperative Sentences Imperative Sentences
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Imperative Sentences

Grammar
In terms of English grammar, what do we call giving someone respect, command, suggestion, or advice? The 'Imperatives' are of great importance as these are often used in our day...
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Interjections Interjections
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Interjections

Grammar
The words used to express a spontaneous emotion (anger, joy, surprise, sadness, pain, admiration etc.). Grammar Course with practical exercises.
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Interrogatives Sentences Interrogatives Sentences
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Interrogatives Sentences

Grammar
Create sentences on the query. For example- Where is my book?, When do you come home from school? Grammar lessons with practical exercises .
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Question Tag Question Tag
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Question Tag

Grammar
They are mostly used in the floor when we want to confirm that something is true or not or encourage a response from the person.
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Subordinate Clauses Subordinate Clauses
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Subordinate Clauses

Grammar
In English grammar, a subordinate clause is a group of words that has both a subject and a verb but (unlike an independent clause) cannot stand alone as a sentence. Also known as...
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