As you know composing and talking in English as a non-local speaker has its very own arrangement of issues. Linguistic mistakes come in numerous structures and can without much of a stretch befuddle and darken meaning. Some common errors are with prepositions most importantly, subject verb agreement, tenses, punctuation, spelling and other parts of speech.
A robust vocabulary improves all areas of communication — listening, speaking, reading and writing. Vocabulary is critical to a child’s success for these reasons: Vocabulary growth is directly related to school achievement. The size of a child’s vocabulary in kindergarten predicts the ability to learn to read.
Knowing when to use the passive voice in English is very important. We’ll get to know how to use it and formulate it, and we’ll also understand the reason why we use it in the first place. There is a quiz at the end of the article which will help you test your understanding of the passive voice, so don’t forget to take it.
What is auxillary verb? Auxillary verb is a verb used in forming the tenses, moods, and voices of other verbs. The primary auxiliary verbs in English are be, do, and have ; the modal auxiliaries are can, could, may, might, must, shall, should, will, and would. An auxiliary verb helps the main (full) verb and is also called a “helping verb.” With auxiliary verbs, you can write sentences in different tenses, moods, or voices. Auxiliary … Read more Auxillary verb “Have” Quiz