English grammar

How to use there and their correctly

Introduction Often we get confused in the use of there and their as they have similar pronouns and identical spellings but don't get confused as… Read More

How to use between and among correctly

Introduction Between and among are the preparations of place. Here we will know about their uses in our day-to-day English speaking and writing. Between and… Read More

What are the main and important uses of simple present tense in English

Introduction Simple present tense is one of the most important tenses in English. It is mainly used for daily and general repetitive happenings. Here we… Read More

How to change imperative sentences in passive voice

Introduction Imperative sentences are those sentences which express order, request, advice, suggestions,urge. We can change them into passive voice by using let . There is… Read More

How to use many and much correctly

Introduction In English language, many and much are used as determiners before countable and uncountable nouns. Here we will know about them in detail. What… Read More

How to use few and a few correctly

Shree Ganeshay Namah Use of few and a few Introduction A common confusion regarding the use of few and a few is explained here with… Read More

Position of adverb in sentence

Shree Ganeshay Namah Position of Adverbs in English sentences Introduction We often use various kinds of adverbs in our sentences. When there are more than… Read More

Best ways to learn Degrees of comparison

Shree Ganeshay Namah Degrees of comparison with rules and examples Introduction In simple words, the degree is the form of the adjective(Positive, comparative and superlative)… Read More

Subject-Verb agreement best rules examples

Shree Ganeshay Namah Subject-verb agreement Introduction In every sentence, its verb (Finite) should agree with its subject in number and person. In simple words when… Read More

Best ways to use prefer to correctly

Shree Ganeshay Namah Learn to use Prefer To correctly Introduction Often, we tell about our preference from two more things using prefer to. When we… Read More