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More Prepositions...

More Prepositions...
Participle Preposition A participle preposition is a participle (like an, ed, or ing verb) which acts as a preposition such as assuming, considering, barring, given, concerning, notwithstanding, pending, during, regarding, respected, provided, etc. Example: I get sick during summer season.I would like to speech regardinghealthy food.My project work is still pending.I think I can pass the exam easily considering my hard work.
Double Preposition Double prepositions are words having two prepositions (joined together to make a whole new one) such as into, onto, outside of, out of, within, from behind, because of, etc. Example: We need to solve three questions out of five givenWe won the game just because ofRamesh.I need to complete my project within four days.
Other Types of Prepositions Following are other types of prepositions:
Preposition of Place Prepositions of place are used to show the place where something is located such as at, in, on, …
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Preposition
Preposition is a word governing, and usually preceding, a noun or pronoun and expressing a relation to another word or element in the clause, as in ‘the man on the platform’, ‘she arrived after dinner’, ‘what you did it for?’These prepositions can be divided into the following categories:

Simple Preposition Compound Preposition Phrase Preposition Participle Preposition Double Preposition Other Preposition

Simple Preposition Simple prepositions are used in the simple sentences. Some of the simple prepositions are in, on, at, to, from, with, by, about, over, under, off, of, for, etc. Example: I am not going withShe is waiting in the park.Dad is going to the market.
Compound Preposition Compound prepositions are used to join two nouns, pronouns or phrases. Some of the compound prepositions are about, across, among, beside, before, above, along, inside, between, around, behind, below, beneath, etc. Example: My city is located between two mountains.I

More Adverbs

More Adverbs
6) Adverb of Affirmation and Negation Adverb of affirmation and negation is an adverb which confirms or denies the action of verb in the sentence. It is also used to reinforce the action of verb. Adverbs of affirmation are -definitely, surely, absolutely, etc however adverbs of denial or negation are like no, can’t, don’t, never, etc. Example: I will certainly go to the school. (Adverb of affirmation) I never leave you alone. (Adverb of negation)
7) Adverb of Comment Using adverbs of comment, we can make a comment on entire sentence. This adverb can change and describe the verb as well as influence the whole sentence. Adverbs of comment are like fortunately, unfortunately, patiently, honestly, obviously, constantly, etc. Example: Unfortunately, he got discharged from his post. Luckily, I got admission in the top college. Obviously, it is wrong way to do. We happily celebrated the birthday of our class teacher.
8) Adverb of Conjunction Adverb of conjunction helps us in connecting the id…

Adverbs...

The Adverb    Adverb can be defined as “A word or phrase that modifies the meaning of verb, an adjective, noun, determiner, or other adverb, expressing manner, place, time, or degree. Some adverbs, for example 'sentence adverbs', can also be used to modify whole sentences”. Example: I placed the flower pot carefully on the table. My friend walks gracefully. I run fast. ‘There are several kinds of Adverbs. First five of them are  being given and discussed here  today .’ 1) Adverb of Time Adverb of time is an adverb which tells us about time of happenings or time of something is done in the sentence. Adverbs of time are used in the beginning (as a form of emphasis) or end of the sentence. Adverbs of time are like already, afterwards, immediately, always, last month, soon, then, now, and yesterday. Example: He admitted to hospital and died yesterday. My factory caught fire and burned down in the last month. I have completed my homework already.
2) Adverb of Place Adverb of place is an adverb…

Uses of Used to

Uses of Used to

'Used to' as a Modal is used 1.For a state of things in the Past Example There used to be a big tree many years ago. 2.For Habit or Repeated action of Past Example I used to play cricket when I was young.

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1.         __________ he live long!                                2.         One __________ work or starve. 3.         A rat __________ not eat a cat.                       4.         Every body ______ love his country. 5.         We __________ obey our elders.        6.         This cloth __________ washing. 7.         I am sure she __________ pass.                      8.         He __________ oppose his wife. 9.         It __________ rain tomorrow.             10.       She __________ sit in the last row. 11.       Be careful lest you __________ fail.  12.       You __________ worry about this. 13.       You _________ to have good manners.          14.       We __________ obey our parents. 15.       I thought he __________ be at home. 16.    …

Uses of Must/Ought to

Must/Ought to
Must is used 1. To Show order or compulsion Example A servant must obey his master. You are getting late, you must hurry up. She must weep or she will collapse. One must work hard or fail. 2. To show certain belief Example All must perish one day. Death must come one day. 3. Necessity Example You must buy a new cycle. 4. Obligation Example We must do our duty. 5. Strong determination Example We must fight for our rights. 6. Prohibition - must not Example You must not open the letter without my permission.
Ought tois used 1.To show sense of moral duty from within Example