Adjective Definition An adjective is a word that modifies or intensifies a noun or a pronoun. It gives added information about what the noun or the pronoun refers to. It comes right before the noun or the pronoun that it modifies. We can use more than one adjective to describe a noun or a pronoun
There is a great amount of complexity in English Vocabulary. One word substitutions, we have learned some in part – 1 already. Now let us learn one word substitutions part-2. Your knowledge in Vocabulary makes a big difference. But once when you learn vocabulary with immense interest it will be like a life time learning
Try working with as many simple mock tests as possible. Even if you go wrong on any question, never get disheartened. Go back, check and see where you went right and where you went wrong. Make sure to practise well and don’t commit those mistakes again. Working with mock tests and understanding them is the
Articles are very common questions given in many competitive exams. There are two kinds of ‘Articles.’ (Don’t say three) Definite article (the) Indefinite article (a /an) Definite articles can be used before singular nouns or plural nouns. (E.g. The boy / The boys) Indefinite articles can be used (a / an) before singular nouns only.
It is a common problem for many test takers as to what to write in the beginning of a letter or you can call it an opening line and the closing line of a letter. You should have proper understanding of the structure of a letter. Please refer to our article ‘Rules of writing letters’
Unlike Indian languages those that have more than 50 letters in each language, unfortunately, English alphabet has only 26 letters. (Please remember – don’t use English alphabets. Alphabet is only one unit. When you are talking about many languages then you can use alphabets of Japan, China, and Russia etc., So to say – just