English Language Grammar

English grammar is the way in which meanings are encoded into wordings in the English language. This includes the structure of words, phrases, clauses, sentences, and whole texts.

English Language Grammar, Dictionary, Definitions, Meanings, Synonyms, Phrasal Verbs and much more

Indirect Questions

Indirect questions – When reporting questions, the reporting verbs say or tell are replaced by ask, inquire, wonder or want to know.

List of the irregular verbs in English

List of the irregular verbs in English. More than 600 irregular verbs. Searchable list of all irregular verbs in English language.

Defective Verbs

Defective Verbs | Defective Verbs  in English language are – can, may, must, ought, should.Common characteristics of these verbs

Can & May

Can and May, are two verbs that have only the past tense and the present tense. Verbs may and can express – ability, capability.

Omission of the indefinite article

Omission of the indefinite article is before abstract nouns used in a general sense. Examples of the omission of the indefinite article Travel completes our education. Life is grand. We are very font of music         Also […]


Pronouns are a type of word used instead of a noun noun phrase. Personal Pronouns, Reflexive Pronouns , Possessive Pronouns…

The definite article indicate whole class

The definite article are used before common nouns to indicate the whole class. Examples : The definite article indicate whole class

The Present – Conditional Sentences

Conditional Sentences expressing a condition which cannot be fulfilled in the present, i.e. at the moment of speaking, or the possibility …

Irregular comparison

Here you can see some examples of irregular comparison in english language grammar.

Have, Has & Had

Have, Has & Had | Difference between has, have and had ? Have is all the other persons in the present tense of the verb to have. Have is used by …


Numerals in english language can be Cardinals and Ordinals.The cardinal numerals are one, two, three, four, five, etc. The ordinal numerals

Collective nouns

Collective nouns are used with a verb in the singular or in the plural according to the sense. Such nouns are …

Difference Between Intention and Goal

  Intention   An intention is an idea you plan to carry out, while a goal is an aim or objective that we work toward with effort and determination.   Goal   A goal is an aim or objective that we work toward with […]

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Avenge and revenge

These two words can  often be confused for non english speaker.While revenge means  "action taken in return for an injury or offense" .On the other hand -  To 'avenge Iron Man' means to ‘punish someone who has hurt Iron Man’.

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Bath and bathe

The verb bath is used in British English mean – ‘wash ( yourself or someone) in a bathtub’.   Example Dogs should bath regularly. (GB English)   On the other hand it is different in American English. Americans Instead of […]

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Ask and ask for

Ask for -  ask somebody to give something Example - Ask for He asked me for a loan. They asked four dollars for the coffee.

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