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Identify the kind of sentence

April 17th, 2016 in English Learning

State whether the following sentences are simple, complex or compound.

1. The soldiers marched down the road.

2. His courage won him honor.

Order of words in a sentence

April 4th, 2016 in English Learning

The general order of words in a sentence is subject + predicate.

  • The boys caught a monkey. (Subject – the boys; predicate – caught a monkey)

Rewrite using so…that

March 31st, 2016 in English Learning

Rewrite the following sentences using so…that…

1. The problem is too difficult for him to solve.

2. The robber was too clever to be caught by the Duke’s men.

Rewrite as directed

March 30th, 2016 in English Learning

Rewrite as directed.

1. We won’t miss the train if we leave now. (Use unless)

2. She didn’t want to tell me the truth, but I found it out anyway. (Use although)

Noun clause worksheet

March 27th, 2016 in English Learning

A noun clause is a group of words which contains a subject and a verb of its own.

  • I hope that I will be promoted.

Uses of the auxiliaries

March 21st, 2016 in English Learning

Primary auxiliaries are used to form various tense forms.

She is writing. (Here the primary auxiliary is combines with the -ing form ‘writing’ to form the present continuous tense.)

Degrees of comparison worksheet

March 18th, 2016 in English Learning

Change the degrees of comparison without changing the meaning.

1. Mumbai is one of the largest cities in India.

2. Susie is the smartest girl in the class.