Chapters – 1. How To Start A Sentence, 2. Interrogative Sentences, 3. Imperative Sentences, 4. Negative Forms In English, 5. English Exclamations, 6. English Causative Sentences, 7. English... More > Conditional Sentences, 8. Creating Long Sentences In English, 9. Numbers In Conversation, 10. Making Comparisons In English, 11. English Correlatives, 12. Interchange Of Active And Passive Voice, 13. Repetition Of Words, 14. Remarks In English Language, 15. Using Tenses In English, 16. Auxiliary Verbs- Is, Am, Are, Was, Were, 17. Auxiliary Verbs- Do, Does, Did, 18. Auxiliary Verbs- Have, Has, Had, 19. Auxiliary Verbs- Be And Have, 20. English Modal Auxiliary Verbs, 21. Direct And Indirect Speech, 22. Get- Popular English Verb, 23. Ending Sentences With Prepositions, 24. Popular Sentences In English, 25. Common English Sentences, 26. Daily Use English Sentences, 27. Speak English Sentences Everyday, 28. Popular English Idioms And Phrases, 29. Common English Phrases, 30. Daily English Important Notes< Less
Repetition of words in English | Repetition in English language is the repeating of a word, within a sentence in order to provide emphasis. This book covers the following topics: What is repetition... More > of words | Structure (1) -- word + and + word | Structure (2) - comparative + and + comparative | Structure (3) - word + after + word | Structure (4) - word + by + word | Structure (5) - word + to + word | Structure (6) - word + on/upon + word | Structure (7) - word + against/of/for/with + word | Structure (8) - the + comparative….the + comparative | Structure (9) - miscellaneous patterns | You will find numerous examples of repeated words in this book | Sample This - He tried and tried so many ways. They played and played cards all night. I shuddered and shuddered seeing the lion. Workers dug and dug the road. We have eras and eras coming. I walked and walked till the night fell. There were shops and shops in the area. He searched and searched for his mobile phone.< Less
There are thousands of words in English language. To learn meanings of all these words is really difficult. If you have sound knowledge of Basic English, you are supposed to know meanings of hundreds... More > of common words in English.
Now, it is time to enhance your English vocabulary by learning most used advanced English words. I have selected more than 5000 advanced words based on their frequent use in newspapers, magazines, books, internet, etc. It took me more than 10 years for creating list of 5000 most used advanced English words. To be precise, there are 5300 advanced English Words in this list.
Please note that I have not given meanings of these words in this book; you can use any dictionary of your choice to find meanings of these advanced words.< Less
English imperative sentences | What is an imperative sentence | Imperatives are used to give commands, imperatives are also used to give suggestion/instruction/warning/advice | Negative imperative... More > sentences | Examples of imperative sentences | Huge list of imperative verbs and sentences in alphabetical order | Sample this: attend the meeting, book a hotel room, climb the stair, discharge your duty, enforce the law, forgive a sin, go on foot, hang a painting, improve your appearance, jump that gate, keep up your English, light a candle, mend your ways, note this down, open up the cage, push a trolley, quash a decision, return to work, spell it out, tie your shoe laces, unpack the luggage, vacate the place, walk elegantly.< Less
A big myth | list of prepositions | when to end sentence with preposition - condition – 01 - interrogative sentences, condition – 02 - passive sentences, condition – 03 - phrasal... More > verbs | how to avoid ending sentences with preposition | option – 01 - restructuring the sentence, option – 02 - using different word | more examples< Less
1. Agreeing or disagreeing in English- a. Agreeing in English, b. Disagreeing in English | 2. Agreements and disagreements with statements- a. Agreement with affirmative remarks, b. Agreement with... More > negative remarks, c. Disagreement with affirmative remarks, d. Disagreement with negative remarks | 3. Addition to remarks- a. Affirmative addition to affirmative remarks, b. Negative addition to negative remarks< Less
What is an exclamation | Exclamatory word or sentence is used to express sudden emotions like - admiration, affection, anger, annoyance, attention, awe, confusion, despair, disappointment,... More > disapproval, dislike, elation, enjoyment, excitement, fear, frustration, goodbye, happiness, humor, irritation, joy, love, pain, pleasure, sadness, shock, sorry, sorrow, sudden pain, surprise, sympathy, trouble, urgency, etc.| This book covers the following topics: 1. What is exclamation, 2. Exclamations using what, 3. Exclamations using how, 4. Exclamations using common words, 5. Exclamations using imperative sentences, 6. Exclamations using interrogative sentences, 7. Exclamatory words and what they express, 8. Exclamatory phrases, 9. Other patterns, 10. Some important notes< Less
Correlatives in English conversation | Correlative words connect two equal grammatical items. They link words, phrases, and clauses. They are generally used in the form of pair of words. These are... More > popularly called as correlative conjunctions | Correlatives words- as far as, as long as, as many as, as much as, as often as, as early as, as soon as, as late as, as low as, as well as, either---or, neither --- nor, barely/hardly/scarcely---when, no sooner---than, rather---than, not only---but also, so that, too---to, unless, until, miscellaneous | Sentences related to correlative words< Less
Active and passive voice | interchange of active and passive voice | Patterns: 1. First or second form of verb, 2. Auxiliary verb ‘be’ + ing form of verb, 3. Have/has/had + verb third... More > form, 4. Present/future modals + verb word, 5. Past modals + past participle, 6. Verb + preposition, 7. Main verb + object + complement, 8. Main verb + object + object, 9. Has/have/had + infinitive (to + verb), 10. Auxiliary verb ‘be’ + infinitive (to + verb), 11. Verb + object + infinitive (without ‘to’), 12. There + auxiliary verb + noun (subject) + infinitive, 13. Interrogative sentences, 14. Imperative sentences, 15. Principal clause + that + noun clause (object), Use of prepositions< Less