Learn Prepositions: Never go wrong again|Part of Speech

Prepositions are those words that tell us the relationship or the relative positioning between a noun/pronoun and another noun, pronoun or adjective. The dog jumped on the chair. (Linking noun with verb) They took Ram to the hospital. (Linking noun with noun) I am jealous of you. (Linking adjective with noun) The examples above seem… Continue reading Learn Prepositions: Never go wrong again|Part of Speech

Adverbs: easily, conveniently and quickly!

Adverbs. This part of speech might seem very complicated, but they are used as often as verbs. An adverb is a word used to modify a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. An adverb can also modify an entire sentence, as in Quickly, he slowed down the train to avoid a collision. Sometimes, Adverbs are often misused… Continue reading Adverbs: easily, conveniently and quickly!

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