Passive causative

The passive is used when the focus is on the thing instead of the person. Have/had + thing + past participle I’m going to have my hair cut tomorrow. We’re having our house painted this weekend. Bob had his…

Causative verbs

The verbs make, have, get; help; let are called causative verbs because they cause something to happen. Make + person + verb I made the…

Imperative sentences

An imperative sentence is a command or a polite request. It ends with an exclamation mark (!) or a period (full stop). An imperative sentence can be…

Declarative sentences

Declarative sentences are the most common types of sentences in the English language. A declarative sentence is a sentence that makes a statement. Its function…

Count / non count nouns

Count nouns Most English nouns are count nouns. They usually have both a plural and a singular form. one tree = two trees ; one…

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