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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 regarding healthy 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 given
  • We won the game just because of Ramesh.
  • 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, while, during, near, over, under, between, behind, etc.
Example:
  • Dog is on the floor.
  • My home is near to the office.
  • My home is behind the metro station.
  • Mom is in the room.

Preposition of Time:
Prepositions of time are used to indicate time of an action or time relationship between nouns in the sentence. Such as at, to, in, etc.
Example:
I go to school daily at nine o’clock.
My result gets declared in March.

Preposition of Direction
Prepositions of direction are used to indicate direction of someone or something in the sentence such as over, under, to, on, into, in, onto, right, left, etc.
Example:
·        It's time to go to
·        The train is going into the tunnel.

·         We are going over the bridge.

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TENSES
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The verb in a sentence expresses an action, event, or state. It also expresses the time to which these actions belong. That is to say, it tells us whether an action or event took place sometimes ago, Or whether it takes /is taking place now; Or, again, whether it will take place in the time to come. The words, which show these actions or events are called the  Tense forms of the verbs. Look at the action in the following sentences: Ram writes a letter Ram wrote a letter Ram will write a letter
In sentence no. 1, the verb writes refers to present time, so it will be called verb in Present Tense. In sentence, no.2 the verb wrote refers to the past time, so it will be called verb in Past Tense. In sentence no.3 the verb will write refers to the time yet to come, so it will be called verb in Future Tense. Thus the verbs or action words according to their time Can be broadly divided into three tenses Present Tense Past Tense Future Tense

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Definite Article

THE When used in a General Sense a Common Noun does not have an Article before it Example Man is not immortal.
When a person, thing, or place is talked of, Indefinite Article is used. However, when the same repeated, Definite Article is used. Example We saw a ten-rupee note lying on the road. The note we saw lying on the road was new. A girl noted a stranger sitting in a car. The girl noted the stranger sitting in the red car.
However, a Common Noun in Plural does not have a definite article before it. Example Birds live in nest. Children have a sweet tooth.

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Order of First, Second and Third Person Pronouns

Order of First, Second and Third Person PronounsAll of us know about Personal PronounsFirst PersonI , MY , ME Second PersonYOU , YOUR , YOU  Third PersonHE , HIS , HIM SHE , HER , HER THEY , THEIR , THEM  But did you know how to put them in order
if all the three kinds of Pronouns fall in a sentence ?
Well here is the rule
(many might not know)  1.
If the sentence presents an action of positive nature
the order used is 
Second Person, Third Person and then First PersonExample You, he and I have ultimately succeeded in our research.
2. If the action given in the sentence is of negative nature  then the order becomesFirst Person, Second Person and then Third Person Example I, you and he all are culprit of deceiving the innocent man.