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Dynamic Verbs | Verbs Can be Both Stative and Dynamic Verbs

Verbs in English can be classified into two categories: stative and dynamic verbs. Dynamic Verbs In English grammar a “dynamic verb” …Read More

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Stative Verbs in English | Stative Verbs List and Examples

Learn useful list of Stative Verbs in English with examples. What is a Stative Verb? In English grammar a “stative verb” …Read More

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Simple Future Tense | Rules and Examples

The Simple Future tense indicates that an action is in the future relative to the speaker or writer. There are no …Read More

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Passive Voice Rules for All Tenses | Examples of Active & Passive Voice

The passive voice is formed with the appropriate tense of the verb to be + past participle. In this lesson, …Read More

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Regular Plural Nouns | Grammar Rules and Examples

Learn how to form regular plural nouns in English with examples. Regular Plural Nouns General rules Most singular nouns are …Read More

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Prepositions of Movement in English | List and Examples

Learn useful list of Prepositions of Movement in English with examples. What are Prepositions of Movement? Prepositions of movement or …Read More

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Auxiliary Verbs – Helping Verbs | Examples & Grammar Usage

Learn how to use Auxiliary Verbs in English with examples. What are Auxiliary Verbs? An auxiliary verb is a verb that adds functional or …Read More

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Causative Verbs in English | Let, Make, Have, Get

The causative verb is a common structure in English. It shows that somebody or something is indirectly responsible for an …Read More

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45 Common Verbs Followed by Gerunds in English

Learn useful list of Verbs Followed by Gerunds in English with examples. Verbs Followed by Gerunds List Admit He was embarrassed to …Read More

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Relative Pronouns | Who, Whom, Whose, Which, That

Learn useful grammar rules to use Relative Pronouns (Who, Whom, Whose, Which, That) in English with examples. What is a Relative …Read More

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What are Gerunds? Grammar Rules and Examples

Learn how to use Gerunds in English with examples. What are Gerunds? Gerunds are verbals that function as nouns and …Read More

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Used To – Get Used To – Be Used To | Grammar

Learn how to use Used To, Get Used To and Be Used To in English Grammar. Used To – Get Used …Read More

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