Past Perfect

English grammar
Past Perfect [caption id="attachment_1446" align="aligncenter" width="259"] past perfect[/caption] Many times  there is a big confusion in English Language about the usage of Past Perfect Tense. Many students and Teachers are using this Past Perfect wrongly. So I thought of posting this article on past perfect with lot of simplicity. what is past perfect tense Firstly, You should understand about 2 important terms before using this Past Perfect Tense. 1) Long Past 2) Near Past What is Long Past ? Long Past is the action completed long before the near past. Check the below example for clarity. e.g. When I arrived the Railway Station, the train had left. In the above example,  the train had left is the long past What is Near Past ? Near Past is the action completed after…
Read More

Commonly misspelled words

English grammar
commonly misspelled words English [caption id="attachment_1575" align="aligncenter" width="197"] commonly misspelled words[/caption] commonly misspelled words are a  widely seen in the usage of English. When you find some errors in English sentences , we are not knowing how to correct them. This article will give you the basic idea about this. Know some of the commonly misspelled words. commonly misspelled words, commonly misspelled words discrepancy (singular) discrepancies (plural) discribe Wrong spelling. See DESCRIBE. discribtion Wrong spelling. See DESCRIPTION. discription Wrong spelling. See DESCRIPTION. discuss discussed, discussing discussion disease diseased See DECEASED OR DISEASED?. dishevelled disintegrate (not disintergrate) disinterested or uninterested? Careful users would wish to preserve a distinction in meaning between these two words. Use the word DISINTERESTED to mean 'impartial, unselfish, acting for the good of others and not for…
Read More

Spelling rules

English grammar
Spelling rules in English We know how to write correct spelling but most of the time, we know not the spelling rules which will help you to know the system in English Language in regards to spelling rules. This article is just about some spelling rules which really help you know English better.  These spelling rules are very useful for you. [caption id="attachment_1577" align="aligncenter" width="225"] spelling rules[/caption] Usually, Sometimes, we know about mistakes but mostly confused with correction. Just check the below errors in English and ways to correct them properly daily (not dayly) This is an exception to the -y rule. See ADDING ENDINGS (iii). dairy or diary? We buy our cream at a local DAIRY. Kate writes in her DIARY every day. dangling participles See PARTICIPLES. dashes Dashes…
Read More

English puzzle

English grammar
English Puzzle Latest English Puzzle is one of its kind to improve our English Skill and Language.  This way you can get some inputs down for English Puzzle. These are some of my English Puzzle. [caption id="attachment_1554" align="aligncenter" width="259"] English Puzzle[/caption] For every person, English puzzles  are very necessary to give some work to our mind of logic. I have given English puzzles for the sake of improving your English A NUMBERS GAME (SEEN) Each of the sentences you have English Puzzles below contains a hidden number. Find ? EXAMPLE: If I've said something to hurt you, I'm sorry, (five) 1- Listen carefully to the dialogue on the tape recording. 2- It would be better to learn the language thoroughly. 3- When the plane took off, I very much wanted…
Read More

Puzzle English

English grammar
puzzle english to solve [caption id="attachment_1552" align="aligncenter" width="300"] puzzle English[/caption] Puzzle English is very necessary to give some work to our mind of logic. I have given puzzle English for the sake of improving your Puzzle English. Below I am giving certain helpful tasks which you can solve easily. Just go through and get yourself how you can do the puzzle and how far you mind can analyze things for future progress. The below given are rare and very good things to know CHANGE THE FIRST LETTER Make one word into another by changing the first letter. EXAMPLE: Change a possessive pronoun to not sweet. ANSWER: your, sour 1- Change a past tense of BE to an adverb of place. 2- Change an adjective meaning not high to an adverb…
Read More

Useful English Phrases to Speak in Class Room

English grammar
1. Being late I missed my bus. I overslept this time. I'll be more careful next time. I'm sorry, I'm late. I've been to see the doctor. Something's wrong with my watch. 2. Being absent Anyway, I'll try to find out. He has gone for a medical examination. He has got a cold. He has got a high temperature. He has got the flu. He is at the dentist's. He is ill. He is not well. He isn't here but it's so unusual. He's always so exact. He wasn't feeling very well, so he went home. He wasn't here yesterday, either. He's at the doctor's. He's gone for an x-ray. I don't know. I've no idea. OK! I'll get in touch with her. Something has happened at home. 3. While…
Read More

Riddles and Answers

English grammar
riddles and answers [caption id="attachment_1541" align="aligncenter" width="150"] riddles and answers[/caption] Riddles and answers give us a great time pass and at the same time learning right English. It is a fun activity combined with learning. Here I am giving funny riddles targeting your English Language good riddles  What's the most colorful state of U.S.A.? Ans:  Color-ado. The greatest colorful and nice state in United States is  COLORADO. We call this popularly due to many causes. The colorful state is so widely recognized as a riddle. Riddles in USA are very popular and more over there are many color related riddles and this is one. This What do you mean by most. It means the highest. The greatest color. Usually the state that strikes is Color-ado. This is how it forms…
Read More

Good Riddles

English grammar
good riddles Good use of riddles are of high demand if you want to make yourself great. I am giving some good riddles which are really useful to throw at your friends. These are good riddles which can attract any audience. I am giving my best with answers. So check these amazing good riddles and you will surely like the best. 1- What are two things people never eat before breakfast? 2- Why did the man throw a bucket of water out the window? 3- Why did the man throw the butter out the window? 4- Why did the man put the clock in the safe? 5- What has two hands and a face, but no arms and legs? 6- What has a neck, but no head? 7- Where is…
Read More

English Tongue Twisters

English grammar
English Tongue Twisters [caption id="attachment_1521" align="aligncenter" width="259"] English Tongue Twisters[/caption] English Tongue twisters  are designed here specially for children. These English tongue twisters  will surely improve kids to speak English clearly and their pronunciation gets changed with regular practice.  If a hair net could net hair, how much hair could a hair net net, If that hair net could net hair?  Once I heard a mother utter, 'Daughter, go and shut the shutter.' 'Shutter's shut,' the daughter uttered, 'For I can't shut it any shutter Of all the felt I ever felt I never felt a piece of felt that felt the same as that felt felt when I first felt that felt. Walter, get water from the waiter!' Who will wet the whetstone while Willy whistles wistfully?Oswald Whittle's whistle…
Read More

English proverbs

English grammar
English proverbs [caption id="attachment_1509" align="aligncenter" width="225"] English proverbs[/caption] English proverbs is the heart of English because it expands to a lot of philosophy. English Proverb helps us to understand the truths and usage of Grammar in a different way other than what we learn usually with grammar. It never rains but it pours: Good and bad things tend to happen in groups. It takes two to tango: When two people work as a team, they are both responsible for the team's successes and failures. Leave well enough alone: Don't try to improve something that is already satisfactory. A leopard can't change its spots: A person can't change his or her basic character once it's formed. Lightning never strikes twice in the same place: The same misfortune won't happen twice to…
Read More