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English Modal Auxiliary Verbs: May, Might, Can, Could, Will, Would, Shall, Should, Must, Need By Manik Joshi
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English modal auxiliary verbs - may, might, can, could, will, would, shall, should, must, need, used(to), ought(to), dare | different patterns and examples | may and might are used to express-... More > possibility, compulsion, obligation, probability (in present and future) | can, could are used to express- ability, probability, possibility, suggestion, request, condition | will, would are used to express- action in future, present habit, compulsion, obligation | shall, should are used to express- action in future, suggestion, surprise, importance or purpose | need is used to express necessity | used(to) is used to express- past habit | ought(to) is used to express- probability, recommendation, obligation, advise | dare is used to express– be brave enough to< Less
English Conditional Sentences: Past, Present, Future; Real, Unreal Conditionals By Manik Joshi
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Conditional sentences– conditional in English grammar | English conditional sentence- formation, structure, pattern | real and unreal conditional sentences | if clause | present conditionals-... More > (i) present real conditional sentences (ii) present unreal conditional sentences | past conditionals- (i) past real conditional sentences (ii) past unreal conditional sentences | future conditionals- (i) future real conditional sentences, (ii) future unreal conditional sentences | continuous forms of conditional sentences, mixed conditional sentences | use of were to, 'special force' - conditional sentences, conditional- wish, miscellaneous usage- as though, as if, even if, only if, unless, happen, provided that, otherwise, or else | more than 500 conditional sentences | get fluent with conditional sentences | complete guide for English conditional sentences< Less
English Grammar- Have, Has, Had: Patterns and Examples By Manik Joshi
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English grammar- have, has, had | active and passive voice | have to, had to, have had to, having to | have been, has been, had been | use of has, have, and had | have, has, had English grammar |... More > different usage of have, has, had | Part (a). Ordinary verb -- ‘have’ | Part b-- auxiliary verb -- ‘have’ - 1. have/has/had + third form of verb | 2. have/has/had + been + third form of verb | 3. have/has/had + been + -ing form of verb | 4. have/has/had + been | 5. have/has/had + had | 6. have/has/had - other sentences | Part (c). Modal verb-- ‘have’ -- 1a. [have/has + to + first form of verb] | 1b. [have/has + to + be + third form of verb] | 2a. [had + to + first form of verb] | 2b. [had + to + be + third form of verb] | 3a. [have/has + had + to + first form of verb] | 3b. [have/has + had + to + be + third form of verb] | 4a. [had + had + to + first form of verb] | 4b. [had + had + to + be + third form of verb] | 5a. [having + to + first form of verb] | 5b. [to + have + to + first form of verb]< Less
Common English Sentences: English In Daily Life By Manik Joshi
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How to learn English words | sentences starting with a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y,z letters | daily conversation sentences containing key words |... More > simple English sentences | improve English communication | most important words and sentences | Here is the sample:-- About-- This is what life is about. Bear-- Finally, the efforts bore fruit. Catch-- He was caught on camera. Each -- We each wish to rise. Evacuate-- They were evacuated to safety. Flee-- They fled the scene. Grow-- He grew his hair long. Hear-- We heard a loud thud. Jam-- I found the door jammed. Loss-- He didn’t lose a moment. Meet-- They met at agreed time. Need-- Home needs to be guarded. Offer-- He offered no opposition to a plan. Past-- He worked past midnight. Refuse-- He refused to vacate the room. Script-- He scripted history. Tell-- She tells her name Alice. Understand-- They understand me better. Value-- He has high moral values. Want-- We want to stay together.< Less
Dictionary of Category Words: Vocabulary Building By Manik Joshi
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Category Words: 01. Sounds | 02. Ways of Thinking | 03. Ways of Walking | 04. Ways of Movement | 05. Ways of Changing | 06. Ways of Laughing and Smiling | 07. Ways of Seeing | 08. Ways of Saying... More > Something | 09. Ways of Writing and Marking | 10. Ways of Continuing | 11. Feelings | 12. Cooking | 13. Disturbance | 14. Situation of Confusion | 15(A). Smells | 15(B). Tastes | 16. Cries of Creatures | 17. Colors | 18. Remarks | 19. Body Marks | 20. Body and Body Shape | 21. ‘Old’ | 22. Time and Numbers | 23. Zodiac Sign and Birthstones | 24. Fabrics | 25. Shapes | 26. Religion | 27(A). Nature | 27(B). Biomes | 28. People and Family | 29. Currencies | 30. Measurement Units | 31. Government | 32. Miscellaneous< Less
Daily Use English Sentences: Popular Topics By Manik Joshi
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English Sentences in daily life related to various topics | Daily English Sentences – kitchen, two-wheeler, business, law and order, actions, time, polite expressions, phone, passing away,... More > medical, politics, natural disaster, weather, fire, miscellaneous topics< Less
Speak English Sentences Everyday: 50 Most Common Words By Manik Joshi
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Around 3000 daily life sentences | the most common words: after, against, all, around, away, back, before, bring, back, call, carry, come, continue, down, ever, fall, give, go, hold, into, just,... More > keep, lead, leave, let, lie/lay, like, look, make, name, once, off, on, out, over, pull, push, put, remain, run, set, since, stand, take, through, throw, turn, up, upon, way | sample this: around -- flames flared around the stage. Aromas swirled around the room. Blue papers cut in rough triangles struck around the camp. He went around the lake in a motor boat. Houses, cars tossed around like toys. The dark or brown puffs of clouds were scattered around in the sky. They drove around in the city. Reporters rallied around her. Reporters struck around. I have spun around 360 degrees. They later went around damaging property.< Less
Common English Phrases: Phrases Containing Two or More Words By Manik Joshi
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Phrases containing two or more words | phrases with letter a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z | Sample this: age-old conventions, anti-encroachment drive,... More > as above so below, battle-torn Libya, cash-starved industry, clear-cut priority, crisis-like situation, the knee-deep grass, election-bound states, fast-receding glacier, flight associated headaches, full grown tree, grief stricken man, hard-to-reach places, health-conscious generation, hurriedly-convened meeting, crocodile-infested river, Japan-style earthquake, kite-caused tripping, landmark ruling, long-standing demands, must see destination, once-in-life obligation, partly open window, power-starved capital, prize giving ceremony, rain-spawned floods, Spanish sprinkled with English words, strongly worded statement, thought provoking views, voluminous report, vote counting workers, well-ventilated rooms< Less
Compound Words In English: Vocabulary Building By Manik Joshi
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A compound word consists of two or more base words. Meaning of Compound word is often different from the separate base words. | Compound words are mostly nouns, adjectives, and verbs | Compound words... More > are of three types- (A). Closed Compound Words: Words are joined together. There is no space or hyphen between the words; Examples: firefly / softball / redhead / keyboard / makeup / notebook. (B). Hyphenated Compound Words: Words are joined together by a hyphen; Examples: daughter-in-law / over-the-counter / six-year-old (C). Open Compound Words: Words are not joined together. Words are open or separate. There is a space between the words. Examples: post office / real estate / full moon / half sister. | Detailed list of Compound words in Alphabetical Order< Less
Transitional Words and Phrases: Using Transitional Expressions By Manik Joshi
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Transitional expressions are words or phrases that are used to connect one idea to another within a sentence, within a paragraph, or within a longer piece of writing. | Category-wise List of 500... More > common Transitional words and phrases along with their use in sentences – Addition, Cause and Effect, Concession, Condition, Consequence, Contrast, Dismissal, Illustration, Emphasis, Exception, Explanation, Generalization, Location, Purpose, Quantifier, Reference, Sequence, Similarity, Summary, Time | Using transitional expressions in sentences< Less