A preposition connects a noun (with or without an article) or a pronoun to some other word. Prepositions are the “little words of English”.
It stands on hills.
The swagman jumped into the billabong.
England is… Read More...
An adverb modifies a verb; it indicates how the action of a verb is carried out.
The house stands firmly.
She speaks well.
He dresses beautifully.
It can also modify an adjective or another adverb.… Read More...
A verb is a “doing word”. It expresses the carrying out of an action. With an active verb this action is carried out by the subject.
It stands. I am.
He adjudicates between the parties concerned.
Alfred burnt the… Read More...
A pronoun is a word used instead of a noun. Now consider the following cases:
Since a pronoun is used instead of a Noun, it must be of the same number, gender and person as the noun for which it stands. For example: Those beggars are… Read More...
A Noun is a word used as a name of a person, place or thing. There are five kinds of Noun–
Following are certain rules of grammar regarding nouns… Read More...