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English Grammar Fun Facts

Revisit some of the important English grammar rules through this fun facts section, and outshine in this most spoken language of the world.

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English Grammar Fun Facts

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The word “university” is a noun. It is a singular noun that refers to an academic institution or a place of higher learning.
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The word quickly in this sentence is an adverb. The word quickly modifies the meaning of the verb quick and hence is used ad an adverb.
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The word “work” here in this sentence has been used in the simple past tense form. Also, the word “did” is in the past tense. Hence the first form of the verb is used along with it.
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“Had” is used to refer to something of the past. It is a transitive verb and is also used for verbs in the Present perfect tense.
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The word "she" is a pronoun. In English, “she” is a singular pronoun used to refer to a third person of feminine gender.
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In this sentence, the word “but” has been used as a conjunction. But is used to connect contrasting ideas and is a coordinating conjunction.
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To convert an adjective having 3 more syllables to comparative adjectives more is added before the adjective. For example – more beautiful.
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When we want to compare two people, groups, or objects, comparative adjectives are used. For example, Harry is taller than Sam.
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When we compare three or more people, groups, or objects, superlative adjectives are used. For example, Alice is the most beautiful among all her friends.
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To convert an adjective having 3 more syllables to superlative adjectives, “most” is added before the adjective. For example – most exciting.

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