Subject Verb Agreement

In English the basic structure of a sentence is Subject + Verb + Object . Now for a sentence to be grammatically correct, the verb must agree with the subject. In the other words the verb used must be in accordance with the persons and the number of subject. In order to attend grammatically accuracy … Read more

Narrations – Direct speech & Indirect speech

Definition –  When we express someone’s words in our own words, it is called Indirect Speech . When will express someone’s words as it is called Direct Speech.  Example Direct – He said to me, “I write a letter”. Indirect – He told me that he wrote a letter.  Rules for changing ‘Direct Speech’ into ‘Indirect … Read more

Voices ( Active Voice & Passive Voice )

Voices ( Active Voice & Passive Voice ) Definition- Voices is that form of a verb which tells us whether the subject does something or has something done to it. आवाज एक क्रिया का वह रूप है जो हमें बताता है कि विषय कुछ करता है या कुछ किया है।  For Example– Active Voice : Mohan … Read more

Future Tense

Future Tense This tense expresses an action that has not yet happened or a state that does not exist but is expected to take place after some time from now. Future Tense can be classified into four tenses. (i) Future Indefinite Tense This tense expresses an action that is expected to be finished in near … Read more

Past Tense

Past Tense This tense expresses an action that has happened or a state that previously existed like present tense, past tense can also be classified into following four parts: (i) Past Indefinite  This tense is used to express an action that happened or finished in the past. Structure The structure of sentence with singular / … Read more

Present Tense

Present Tense This tense expresses an action that is currently going on or habitually performed or a state that currently or generally exists. We can classify Present Tense into following four parts: (i) Present Indefinite Tense This tense is called present indefinite tense because in this tense the action is simply mentioned and nothing can … Read more


Tenses On the basis of time of an action performed, we can divide sentences into the following three tenses:  1. Present Tense 2. Past Tense 3. Future Tense Again on the basis of state of an action performed,  we can further classify each tense into the following four parts: (i) Simple Indefinite Tense (ii) Progressive … Read more