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Oct 30, 2011

Past Continuous Tenses Rule | Tenses Rules| Past Tense Examples

Past Continuous Tense, Progressive  (simple Sentences)
Subject
Was-Sigular, I
Were- Plural
Verb+ing
Objects

He was eating.
I was eating.
They were eating.
Jack and Sam were eating.


Past Continuous Tense, Progressive  (Negative Sentences)
Subject
Was-Sigular, I
Were- Plural
not
Verb+ing
Objects
He was not eating.
I was not  eating.
They were not eating.
Jack and Sam were not  eating.


Past Continuous Tense, Progressive  (Interrogative Sentences)
Was-Sigular, I
Were- Plural
Subject
Verb+ing
Objects

Was he eating?
Was I    eating?
Were they  eating?
Were Jack and Sam   eating?


Past Continuous Tense, Progressive  (Interrogative + Negative Sentences)
Was-Sigular, I
Were- Plural
Subject
not
Verb+ing
Objects
Was he not eating.
Was I  not  eating.
Were they  not eating.
Were Jack and Sam not  eating.
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Oct 27, 2011

Conjunction | What is Conjunction | List of Conjunction | Conjunction Type

Conjunction-The  word  that  connects words, phrases, clauses, or sentences is called conjunction.
The common conjunctions words are : and, but, for, or, nor, yet, and so


Coordinating Conjucndtion- It joins single words, or they may joins group of words but they must always similar elements.
Coordinating Conjucndtion
F
A
N
B
O
Y
S
For
And
Nor
But
Or
Yet
So


Examples-

*My friend and I will attend the meeting.
 *Austria is famous for the beauty of its landscape and the hospitality of its people.
*The sun rose and the birds began to sing.
  *They tried but did not succeed.

Correlative conjunction – These are pairs of words. These are always used together.

both... and

either... or

neither... nor

not only... but also

whether... or
Examples:

both ... and
He is both intelligent and good-natured.
either ... or
I will either go for a walk or read a book.
neither ... nor
He is neither rich nor famous.
hardly ... when
He had hardly begun to work, when he was interrupted.
if ... then
If that is true, then what happened is not surprising.
no sooner ... than
No sooner had I reached the corner, than the bus came.
not only ... but also
She is not only clever, but also hard-working.
rather ... than
I would rather go swimming than go to the library.
scarcely ... when
Scarcely had we left home, when it started to rain.
what with ... and
What with all her aunts, uncles and cousins, she has many relatives.
whether ... or
Have you decided whether you will come or not?




Other conjunction words:
After, Although, As, As If, As Long As, Because, Before, Even If, Even Though,
Once, Since, So That, Though, Till, Unless, Until, What,When, Whenever, Wherever, 
Whether, While




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Exclamatory Words

Hurrah! Wow!C Oh No! Brilliant! Awesome! Ouch! Amazing! Sh...! Fantastic! Tremendous! Alash! Magnificent! Unbelievable! Bravo! Gosh! Excellent!

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Past Perfect Tense Rule | Perfect Tense Learning

PAST Perfect Tense (Simple sentences)





examples
Subject
Had

Verb-3rdform
Objects

He had worked.
I had worked.
Jack and Sam had worked.
PAST Perfect  Tense (negative sentences)
Subject
had
not
Verb-3rdform
Objects
He had not worked.
I had not worked.
Jack and Sam had not worked.
Present Perfect  Tense (Interrogative sentences)
Had

Subject
Verb-3rdform
Objects

Had  he worked?
Had  I worked?
Had Jack and Sam worked?
Present Tense (Interrogative and negative sentences)
Had

Subject
not
Verb-3rdform
Objects
Had  he not worked?
Had  I not  worked?
Had it not  worked?
Had Jack and Sam not worked?
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Oct 14, 2011

Future Continuos Tense Rule | Progressive Tense Learning


Future continuous Tense (Simple sentences)
Subject
Will-singular
Shall-plural
be
Verb+ing
objects
He will be eating.
I shall be eating.
They shall be eating.
Jack and Sam shall be eating.



Future continuous Tense (Negative sentences)
Subject
Will-singular
Shall-plural
Not be
Verb+ing
objects
He will not be eating.
I shall be not eating.
They shall be not eating.
Jack and Sam shall not be eating.



Future continuous Tense ( Interrogative sentences)
Will-singular
Shall-plural
Subject
be
Verb+ing
objects
Will He  be eating?
Shall  I be eating?
shall  they be eating.
shall  Jack and Sam be eating.



Future continuous Tense ( Interrogative+negative  sentences)
Will-singular
Shall-plural
Subject
Not be
Verb+ing
objects
Will He  not be eating?
Shall  I not be eating?
shall  they not be eating.
shall  Jack and Sam not be eating.




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FutureTenses Simple Sentences Rule | Tenses Rules| Future Tense Examples


Future Tense (Simple sentences)
Subject
Will-singular
Shall-plural
Verb
objects

He will eat.
I shall eat.
They shall eat.
Jack and Sam shall eat.



Future Tense  (negative sentences)
Subject
Will-singular
Shall-plural
not
Verb
object
He will not eat.
I shall not  eat.
They shall not eat.
Jack and Sam shall not eat.



Future t Tense  (Interrogative sentences)
Will-singular
Shall-plural
Subject
Verb
Objects

Will he eat?
Shall I eat?
Shall they eat?
Shall Jack and Sam eat?



Future Tense  (negative +Interrogative sentences)
Will-singular
Shall-plural
Subject
not
Verb
Objects
Will he not eat?
Shall I not eat?
Shall they not eat?
Shall Jack and Sam not eat?
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