Prepositions "With," "Over," and "By" / Learn english

Prepositions “With,” “Over,” and “By” With Used to indicate being together or being involved: I ordered a sandwich with a drink. He was with his friend when he saw me. She has been working with her sister at the nail shop. The...

Prepositions in english/ Prepositions "Of," "To," and "For"

Prepositions in english Prepositions “Of,” “To,” and “For” Of Used for belonging to, relating to, or connected with: The secret of this game is that you can’t ever win. The highlight of the show is at the end. The first page of the...

Prepositions "On," "At," and "In"

Prepositions On At In Prepositions “On,” “At,” and “In” A preposition is a word that links a noun, pronoun, or noun phrase to some other part of the sentence.Prepositions can be tricky for English learners. There is no definite rule...

Auxiliary Verbs Will Would Shall Should / English lessons

Auxiliary Verbs Will Would Shall Should Auxiliary Verbs Will Would Shall Should The verbs will, would, shall, should, can, could, may, might, and must cannot be the main (full) verbs alone. They are used as auxiliary verbs only and always need a main verb to follow....

Auxiliary Verbs Be Do Have / Learn English

Auxiliary Verbs Be Do Have Auxiliary Verbs “Be,” “Do,” “Have” An auxiliary verb helps the main (full) verb and is also called a “helping verb.” With auxiliary verbs, you can write sentences in different tenses, moods, or...

English lessons /Mood for Grammar

Mood for Grammar A mood shows the writer’s attitude toward what he/she is saying.Indicative Mood states an actuality or fact. We will go to see a movie this Sunday. I’ll follow you. Imperative Mood makes a request. Let’s go to see a movie this weekend! Please stop...

Active Voice and Passive Voice / English lessons

Active Voice and Passive Voice Verbs are either active or passive in voice. In the active voice, the subject and verb relationship is straightforward: the subject is a do-er. In the passive voice, the subject of the sentence is not a do-er. It is shown with by + do-er...

Infinitives Part 2 / English lessons

Infinitives. Commonly, an infinitive is used with the subject it. The sentence structure is “It is + infinitive.…” It refers to the infinitive. This expression is used in many ways. It is time to do math. It is common to think that way. It is appropriate...

Infinitives Part 1 / English lessons

Infinitives Part 1 An infinitive is a verb combined with the word to. Most often, an infinitive acts as a noun in the sentence. Less frequently, it acts as an adjective or an adverb. I want to go home early today. I hope to be chosen as a member. I prefer to go there...

Verb – ing Learn English

Verb – ing   Learn English Gerunds – Verb – ing A gerund (verb + ing) acts like a noun in a sentence. Seeing is believing. Running a marathon is not an easy thing to do. Watching TV is sometimes harmful. Eating is always fun. My hobby is painting....