regret…

When we use it, we usually follow it with some forms of noun, such as a gerund, noun phrase or noun clause: regret +Noun/V-ing.   I regret…

Introduction

To regret means to feel sorry for, sad about or disappointed in something you did or did not do. There are a lot of ways to express…

Indefinite Articles : A and An

In English, the two indefinite articles are a and an. Like other articles, indefinite articles are invariable. You use one or the other, depending on the first letter…

Introduction

What is an indefinite article? An indefinite article is an article that refers to a noun without specifying it or refers to a noun to introduce it for…

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…

Order of adjectives

When more than one adjective comes before a noun, the adjectives are normally in a particular order. Adjectives which describe opinions or attitudes (e.g. amazing) usually…

Comparison

The comparatives : Comparatives of equality : (as + adjective + as) e.g : -My car is as comfortable as yours We can also use…

Direct and Indirect speech

There are many occasions in which we need to describe an event or action that happened, and very often that includes repeating what someone said.…

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