We often have difficulty deciding where to put adverbs in a sentence. In this article, we’ll talk about the correct position for different types of adverbs.
We use imperative to ask or tell people to do things. Read this article to learn how to use the imperative in different situations.
The infinitive is formed from a verb but doesn’t act as a verb. It acts as a noun, adjective, or adverb. Learn how to use bare and full infinitive.
Verbs are words in a sentence that describe what the subject is doing. Along with nouns, verbs are the main part of a sentence. Click here to learn more.
There are several reasons as to why we use the passive voice in English. In this article, we’ll focus on the Past Continuous in the Passive voice.
Have you noticed that in formal speech or news people often use phrases like “It is believed that…” or the like? These are passive reporting structures.
Relative clauses start with the relative pronouns who, that, which, whose, where, when. They tell us more about people and things.
When the two parts of a conditional sentence refer to different times, the resulting sentence is a mixed conditional sentence.
There are certain verbs and expressions that are commonly used in conditional sentences. Learn in this article what they are and how they are used.
The words when, after, before, until, since, while, once, as soon as are conjunctions of time. They tell us when something happens.
When there are more than one adjective modifying the same word, they are placed in a certain order. Read this article and learn how to use adjectives correctly.
The Future Perfect Continuous is used to express actions that will last for a set time at a specific moment in the future. Click here to learn more.
What are separable and inseparable phrasal verbs? In this article, we’ll explain the meaning and show their usage with examples.