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Faculties and Departments => Faculty Sections => Departments => Topic started by: shibli on July 05, 2009, 02:30:05 PM

Title: learn English Grammar
Post by: shibli on July 05, 2009, 02:30:05 PM
Place or Order (If come first)

Place/Order                 + Verb                 + Object
In front of the museum is                   the statue
At the one extreme       is                    Japan
First                            came     a police car, then came an ambulance

Both and As Well As
 Both A and B as well as C are good
 He as well as I is good

Adverbial Modifiers

Once/while + Noun,      + Sub + Verb
Once/while a salesman  ,  Pete     traveled

When/while+ Sub.+ Verb +  Object +,  Sub+      Verb
When/while she    was   a salesman,     Pete        traveled
While          she    was   peeling onions, her eyes began to water

When/while+ -Ing +     Object +  ,    Sub         +Verb
While/while  being       a salesman,   Pete          traveled 
When/while peeling     onions,       her eyes   began    to water

Title: Use of -the Same as, the Same, ‘Similar to
Post by: shibli on July 06, 2009, 02:27:18 PM
A is the same as B
A and B are the same
A is similar to B
A and B are similar
The car is almost the same as mine
This car and that one are the same
Title: Re: learn English Grammar
Post by: Arif on June 13, 2012, 06:52:19 PM
Thanks
Title: Re: learn English Grammar
Post by: tanbir on June 14, 2012, 06:20:32 PM
at one stage our national curriculum ignored the importance of Grammar  make a generation with hotchpotch English.
this types of post can compensate this gape.