Past Continuous Tense

STRUCTURE was/were + present participle (Verb + ing) Examples: • You were studying when she called. • Were you studying when she called? • You were not studying when...

Degrees of Adjectives – English Grammar

List - 1 Positive Comparative Superlative big bigger biggest black blacker blackest bold bolder boldest brave braver bravest bright brighter brightest busy busier busiest clean cleaner cleanest clear clearer clearest clever cleverer cleverest cold colder coldest cool cooler coolest dark darker darkest dear dearer dearest deep deeper deepest dirty dirtier dirtiest dry drier driest easy easier easiest fair fairer fairest fast faster fastest fat fatter fattest fine finer finest funny funnier funniest great greater greatest green greener greenest happy happier happiest hard harder hardest healthy healthier healthiest heavy heavier heaviest high higher highest hot hotter hottest kind kinder kindest large larger largest late later latest lazy lazier laziest light lighter lightest long longer longest low lower lowest lucky luckier luckiest mad madder maddest merry merrier merriest narrow narrower narrowest naughty naughtier naughtiest near nearer nearest new newer newest noisy noisier noisiest old older oldest pale paler palest poor poorer poorest pretty prettier prettiest proud prouder proudest quick quicker quickest red redder reddest rich richer richest sad sadder saddest safe safer safest shallow shallower shallowest sharp sharper sharpest short shorter shortest slow slower slowest small smaller smallest smooth smoother smoothest strong stronger strongest sweet sweeter sweetest tall taller tallest thick thicker thickest thin thinner thinnest tiny tinier tiniest ugly uglier ugliest warm warmer warmest wealthy wealthier wealthiest wet wetter wettest white whiter whitest wide wider widest wild wilder wildest wise wiser wisest young younger youngest   List 2 Positive Comparative Superlative ancient more ancient most ancient beautiful more beautiful most beautiful brilliant more brilliant most brilliant careful more careful most careful careless more careless most careless cheerful more cheerful most cheerful comfortable more comfortable most comfortable dangerous more dangerous most dangerous delightful more delightful most delightful difficult more difficult most difficult enjoyable more...

Simple Present Tense – English Grammar

Sentence Structure Present form of verb is used. Verb+ s/es if the subject is singular noun or third person singular pronoun Examples:  You speak English.  She speaks...

English Grammar – A and An – the indefinite articles

The English words a, an and the are called articles. Indefinite Articles - a and an Definite Article - the Use of Indefinite Articles - a and...

Present Perfect Tense – English Grammar

Sentence Structure has/have + past participle form of verb (V3) Examples:  Raj has seen that movie many times.  Has Raj seen that movie many times?  Raj...

English Grammar – Irregular Verbs, Forms of Verbs

Irregular Verbs Present Past Past Participle awake awoke awoken be was, were been beat beat beaten become became become begin began begun bend bent bent bet bet bet bid bid bid bite bit bitten blow blew blown break broke broken bring brought brought broadcast broadcast broadcast build built built burn burned or burnt burned or burnt buy bought bought catch caught caught choose chose chosen come came come cost cost cost cut cut cut dig dug dug do did done draw drew drawn dream dreamed or dreamt dreamed or dreamt drive drove driven drink drank drunk eat ate eaten fall fell fallen feel felt felt fight fought fought find found found fly flew flown forget forgot forgotten forgive forgave forgiven freeze froze frozen get got got give gave given go went gone grow grew grown hang hung hung have had had hear heard heard hide hid hidden hit hit hit hold held held hurt hurt hurt keep kept kept know knew known lay laid laid lead led led learn learned or learnt learned or learnt leave left left lend lent lent let let let lie lay lain lose lost lost make made made mean meant meant meet met met pay paid paid put put put read read read ride rode ridden ring rang rung rise rose risen run ran run say said said see saw seen sell sold sold send sent sent show showed showed or shown shut shut shut sing sang sung sink sank sunk sit sat sat sleep slept slept speak spoke spoken spend spent spent stand stood stood stink stank stunk swim swam swum take took taken teach taught taught tear tore torn tell told told think thought thought throw threw thrown understand understood understood wake woke woken wear wore worn win won won write wrote written

Present Continuous Tense – English Grammar

Sentence Structure am/is/are + present participle (verb + -ing) Examples: She is watching TV. Is she watching TV? She is not watching TV. USE 1 Now Use the...

Simple Present Tense

Sentence Structure Present form of verb is used. Verb+ s/es if the subject is singular noun or third person singular pronoun Examples: • You speak English. • She speaks...

Present Perfect Tense

Sentence Structure has/have + past participle form of verb (V3) Examples: • Raj has seen that movie many times. • Has Raj seen that movie many times? • Raj has not seen...

Present Continuous Tense

Sentence Structure am/is/are + present participle (verb + -ing) Examples: • She is watching TV. • Is she watching TV? • She is not watching TV. USE 1 Now Use the Present Continuous...

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