More on Verbs: Mood

November 14th, 2009 in English Grammar, English Learning, ESL, Improve English

The word mood is derived from the Latin word ‘modus’ which means mode or manner. Hence the mood of a verb shows the mode or manner in which the action expressed by the verb takes place.

Interrogative Pronouns Exercise – I

November 13th, 2009 in English Quiz

Fill in the blanks with suitable interrogative pronouns

1.    ———————- did you invite to preside over the meeting?

a)    Who
b)    Whom
c)    What
d)    Whose

Relative Pronouns Exercise

November 13th, 2009 in English Quiz

Fill in the blanks with suitable pronouns.

1.    I do not know ———————- he wants.

a)    That
b)    What
c)    Why
d)    Such

2.    Students ——————– respect their teachers are good students.

Articles Exercise

November 13th, 2009 in English Quiz

Correct the following sentences:

Formation of Negative Sentences – Part IV

November 12th, 2009 in English Grammar, English Learning, ESL, Improve English

Simple future

The simple future tense is used to talk about an action or event which is yet to take place. Sentences in this tense have the following structure:

Formation of Negative Sentences – Part III

November 12th, 2009 in English Grammar, English Learning, ESL, Improve English

Simple past

The simple past tense expresses a past action or event the time of which may or may not be indicated.
Sentences in this tense have the following structure:

Formation of Negative Sentences – Part II

November 12th, 2009 in English Grammar, English Learning, ESL, Improve English

Present continuous tense

Sentences in the present continuous tense have the following structure:

Subject + is/am/are + -ing form of the verb