English Grammar

English Grammar plays very important role to learn English. In this category we will explore all the posts related to English grammar. You can dive into various untouched concepts discussed in detail here. You will get opportunities to test your English Grammar with various exercises.

Types of Sentences in English

Types of Sentences in English

Sentences are the building blocks of communication, allowing us to express our thoughts, convey information, and engage in meaningful conversations. In the English language, sentences come in various forms and serve different purposes. Understanding the different types of sentences is essential for effective writing, speaking, and comprehension. In this post, we will explore the four

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Everyday vs Every day

Everyday and every day seem to be the same that’s why they are inter changed often in written English.Both everyday and every day are correct, but they mean different things. Everyday Everyday, written as one word without space between every and day is an adjective. We use it to describe something that is seen or used every day. It describes

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Practice vs Practise

Practice and practise are the most commonly confused words in English.  Many people get confused to use them incorrectly by inter changing them. As a result their meaning gets changed. You will get to know the difference between practice and practise and their correct use in this post. Practice Practice ending with ice is a

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Since vs For

We use since and for to refer to time. They are used to refer to an event that began in the past and continues to the present. Since In English, we use since to refer to a point of time. Since can refer to a point after a specific time or event in the past. Since  refers to a

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Cacophony- A Literary Device in English

Cacophony Cacophony – a literary device in English is a combination of words that sound harsh or unpleasant together. As a literary device, cacophony refers to the usage of several unharmonious or dissonant sounds in a line or passage. These unharmonious and dissonant sounds usually include the explosive consonants k, t, g, d, p, and b. Other consonants that can have

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Most Common Grammatical Mistakes / Test with Solution

Hello Everyone! English Grammar plays very important role to construct sentences correctly. Sometimes it becomes difficult for many people to follow all grammar rules correctly that is why they do mistakes. Today in this post, I’ll discuss common grammatical mistakes which people usually do. Check it out whether you know about these mistakes or not?

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