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Examples of Assertive Sentence

A sentence whose sole function is to state something is known as a declarative or an assertive sentence. In other… Read More »


Examples of Interrogative Sentence

The purpose of an interrogative sentence is simply to interrogate or to ask questions. They end with a question mark… Read More »


Examples of Imperative Sentence

Some sentences are spoken to convey a request or a command. Such sentences are known as imperative sentences. These sentences… Read More »


Examples of Exclamatory Sentences

Some sentences express emotions such as fear, happiness, rage, or surprise. These sentences are called exclamatory sentences and they always… Read More »


Examples of Optative Sentence

Some sentences express a heartfelt wish, prayer, or even a curse. Such sentences are called optative sentences. They may end… Read More »


Examples of Emphatic Sentences

In this post, we have included 25+ Examples of Emphatic Sentence Examples Type #1 Go… Read More »


Examples of Negative Sentences

In this post, we have included 100+ Examples of Negative Sentences. Given below are the quality ‘Examples of Negative Sentences’… Read More »


Examples of Positive Sentences

In this post, we have included 140+ Examples of Positive Sentences. Given below are the quality ‘Examples of Positive Sentences’.… Read More »


Examples of Affirmative Sentences

In this post, we have included 55+ Examples of Affirmative Sentences. Given below are the quality ‘Examples of Affirmative Sentences’.… Read More »


Examples of Simple Sentences

In this post, we have included 100+ Examples of Simple Sentences. Given below are quality Examples of Simple Sentences.… Read More »


Examples of Complex Sentences

In this post, we have included 100+ Examples of Complex Sentences. Given below are quality Examples of Complex Sentences.… Read More »


Examples of Compound Sentences

In this post, we have included 55+ Examples of Compound Sentences. Given below are the quality Examples of Compound Sentences.… Read More »


Examples of Positive Degree

The Positive degree is the simplest form of the adjective. It is used when no comparison is meant; for example – Bina… Read More »


Examples of Comparative Degree

The Comparative degree is used when a comparison is intended between two persons or things in respect of some quality, for example… Read More »


Examples of Superlative Degree

The Superlative degree is used when a comparison is intended between more than two things or persons (or between two sets of… Read More »


Examples of Prepositional Phrases

“Two or more words habitually thrown together and ending with a simple preposition may be called Phrase prepositions or Prepositional… Read More »


Examples of Prepositions in Sentences

A preposition is a word that is placed before a noun or noun equivalent to show its relation to some… Read More »


Examples of Compound Prepositions

Compound prepositions are generally formed by prefixing a preposition (usually a = on or be = by) to a noun,… Read More »


Examples of Prepositions of place

In this post, we have included 85+ Examples of prepositions of place. Examples of Prepositions of Place Examples of Prepositions… Read More »


Passive Voice Examples

The passive voice has a tendency to render the sentences weak, unlike the active voice. Although it is generally considered… Read More »


Active Voice Examples

The active voice is widely used in English and is preferred over the passive voice. It is direct and concise… Read More »


Examples of Auxiliary Verbs

Auxiliary Verbs are verbs that merely help principal verbs in the formation of various verb forms. Auxiliary verbs are… Read More »


Modal Auxiliary Verbs Examples

Auxiliary Verbs are verbs that merely help principal verbs in the formation of various verb forms. Auxiliary verbs are important as structural verbs. Auxiliary Verbs or helping verbs are of two types…Read More »


Main Verb and Helping Verb Examples

The verbs which are used independently without help from other verbs are called Principal Verbs or Main Verbs. An auxiliary verb is one that helps a Principal verb to form a tense or mood or voice…Read More »


Causative Verbs Examples

When the master does his own thing, it is called a Simple Verb. But when the master does something to someone, such as showing, teaching, feeding, etc., then the verb is called the Causative Verb…Read More »


Helping Verbs Examples

Helping Verbs are the verbs that merely help principal verbs in the formation of various verb forms. Helping Verbs are important as structural verbs…Read More »


Examples of Figures of Speech

Figures of speech are literary devices which are used to convey ideas that go beyond their literal meaning. In English, there are more than 200 different types of figures of speech. Examples of 22 of them will be covered in this post… Read More »


Examples of Conjunctions

Conjunctions are words used to join sentences, phrases or clauses. Conjunctions that join words or phrases I need a pen and a pencil. I need a pen or a pencil. I need not a pen but a pencil…Read More »


Examples of Coordinating Conjunctions

Coordinating conjunctions are used to connect sentences, phrases or clauses of equal rank. Coordinating Conjunctions in English are of four types – Cumulative – and, both….and, also, too, as well as, not only….but also…Read More »


Subordinators Examples

Subordinators are used to connect clauses which are not of equal rank. Subordinators can appear either at the beginning or in the middle of a sentence. Following are some of the most common subordinators…Read More »


Correlative Conjunctions Examples

Some conjunctions are used in paired sentences, they are called Correlative Conjunctions or Correlatives. When using them, the first of the two subjects of the conjugated verb should be placed after the first part and the second after the second part…

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Examples of Homophones and Homonyms

Words that sound the same but have different spellings and meanings are called homophones. Homo (same) + Phone (sound) = Homophone (same sound) On the other hand, Words that are spelt and pronounced the same but have different meanings are called Homonyms.

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