FIGURE OF SPEECH
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FIGURE OF SPEECH – DEFINITION AND EXAMPLES

In order to depart from the ordinary form of expression or to produce a greater effect, a figure of speech is used. There are various figures of speech. 1. Simile: a comparison between two different kinds of objects which however have one common point known as simile. For simile two words “Like” or “as” used. Examples: He is like a…

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PARTS OF SPEECH - ENGLISH GRAMMAR
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PARTS OF SPEECH – ENGLISH GRAMMAR

There are nine parts of speech Noun Pronoun Adjective Adverb Verb Preposition Conjunction Article Interjection Noun Noun Definition: Word that is used as a name of person, place, thing or an idea is known as noun. Examples: John is a good boy. (John and boy are nouns) The rose smells sweet. (rose) New Delhi is a capital of India. (New…

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TYPES OF VERB
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Types of Verb

Verb Definition: The action or “doing” word in a sentence known as a verb. Verb is the most important word in a sentence. Examples: The boy kicks the football. He ran, jumped and danced. Alia laughs loudly. Note: Bold words shows action that’s why known as verb. They perform an important role in a sentence. TYPES OF VERBS 1.Stative Verb:…

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Types of Interjection
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Types of Interjection

Interjection Definition: Words that are used to express sudden feelings or emotions are called interjections. Such words as Hello! Alas! Hurrah! Ah! Etc. are called interjections. Examples: Hi! What’s going on? Hush! Don’t make a noise. Ah! Have they gone now? Note: Bold words are interjection because they show our expression. TYPES OF INTERJECTIONS 1.Interjections for Greeting: They are used…

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TYPES OF PRONOUN
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TYPES OF PRONOUN

Pronoun Definition: A word used in place of noun is known as pronoun. Note: Pronoun is used in sentences to avoid repetition of the noun in a sentence over and over again. Example: Michael is at the movie with Michael’s wife. Michael  enjoys spending time with Michael’s wife. Note: In the above example noun (Michael) is used over and over…

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Rules and Types of Article in English Grammar
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Rules and Types of Article in English Grammar

Article Definition: The words that come before the noun known as an article. A, an and the are articles. Examples: She saw the doctor. Let’s go to the club. The dog is a useful animal. Note: Bold words are articles. TYPES OF ARTICLES 1.Indefinite Articles: A or an is known as indefinite articles. Indefinite articles leave indefinite the person or…

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Types of Adverb
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Types of Adverb

ADVERB AND TYPES OF ADVERB Adverb Definition: Word which modifies the meaning of a verb, an adjective and another adverb known as adverb. The words quickly, very, quite are adverbs. Note: Adverb mostly answer when? where? How? Why? What condition? How much? How often? Examples: John runs quickly. This is a very sweet apple. Melvin reads quite clearly. Note: Given…

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Types of Preposition
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Types of Preposition

PREPOSITION AND ITS TYPES Definition Preposition: The word which shows the position of one thing with reference to other known as preposition. It is placed before after noun or pronoun. It Always governs a noun or pronoun as an object. Usually, prepositions are by, to, like, about, through, over, with, on, in, of, etc. Example: There is a goat in…

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conjunction
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Conjunction

Conjunction definition: Word which merely joins together sentences, and sometimes words known as conjunction. Conjunction make sentences more compact. Example: Our hoard is little, but our hearts are great. She must weep, or she will die. Three and three make sir. Note: Bold letters are conjunctions because they join sentences. In the first two examples conjunction join together two sentences…

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Types of Adjectives
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Types of Adjectives

ADJECTIVES AND ITS TYPES Definition: A word that is used to describe or qualify or modify or add to the meaning of a noun or pronoun is known as an adjective. Example: There are three, small, black, wooden chairs in a room. A big, red, dump truck hit a parked, little, red car. I saw a tall, handsome, ethical boy…

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