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        The Basics of English Language


Articles "a/an and the"
 - Use of Articles "a/an and the"
Sentence, Subject, Predicate, Object
Kinds of Sentences        (According to function)
The Phrase and The Clause -  Comparison
Types of Clauses
 - Main Clause and Subordinate Clause
Types of Subordinate Clause
 - Noun Clause, Adjective Clause, Adverb Clause
Types of Phrase
 - Noun Phrase, Adjective Phrase, Adverb Phrase, Verb Phrase, Gerund Phrase
 - Infinitive Phrase, Participle Phrase.
Kinds of Sentences         (According to structure)

Parts of Speech
 - Types of Noun: Proper and Common Noun,
 - Countable and Uncountable Nouns
 - Forms of Verbs: Simple Form, Past Simple, Past Participle, Auxilliary Verbs
 - Main Verb and Auxilliary Verbs, Modal Verbs, Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
 - Use of Adjective, Degrees of Adjective
 - Use of Comparative and Superlative Adjective
 - Use of adverbs, Formation of Adverb
 - Kinds/Types of Adverb: Adverb of Manner, Place, Frequency
 - Pronoun, Types of Pronoun
 - Personal Pronoun, Possessive Pronoun,
 - Reflexive Pronoun, Relative Pronoun, Demonstrative Pronoun
 - Preposition
 - Types of Preposition: Preposition for Time, Preposition for Place
 - Preposition for Direction, Preposition for Agent, Prepositional Verb
 - Preposition Phrases
 - Conjunction,
 - Types of Conjunctions: Coordinating Conjunction, Sobordinating Conjunction, Correlative Conjunction

 - Tenses
 - Present Simple Tense
 - Present Continuous Tense
 - Present Perfect Tense
 - Present Perfect Continuous Tense
 - Past Simple Tense
 - Past Continuous Tense
 - Past Perfect Tense
 - Past Perfect Continuous
 - Future Simple Tense
 - Future Continuous Tense
 - Future Perfect Tense
 - Future Perfect Continuous

Active and Passive Voice
 - Active and Passive Voice
 - Passive Voice for TENSES
 - Passive Voice for MODALS
 - Passive Voice for Imperative Sentences
 - Sentence which can't be changed into Passive

Direct and Indirect Narration
 - Direct and Indirect Speech
 - Indirect Speech for TENSE
 - Indirect Speech for Interrogative Sentences
 - Indirect Speech for MODALS
 - Indirect Speech for Exclamatory and Imperative Sentences
 - Change in Pronoun and Time in Indirect Speech

High Frequency Words - Build Vocabulary
High Frequency Words
High Freqyency Words with meanings and usage