4 Types Of Nouns

english grammar Dec 05, 2018

In this video you will learn about 4 types of nouns used in the English language.

The 1st type is: countable nouns.

For example: dog

The 2nd type is: uncountable nouns.

For example: water

The 3rd type is: plural nouns.

For example: scissors

The 4th type is collective nouns (or group nouns).

For example: team 

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Conditional Phrases - If Then Phrases

english grammar Dec 05, 2018

Basically, conditional phrases are hypothetical phrases consisting of two clauses: an "if" clause and a "then" clause.

In this video we discuss the following conditional phrases: zero, first, second, third, and mixed.

Zero Condtional tells us about general facts or strong opinions.
Zero Conditional = If present, (then) present

Example: If it rains, you get wet.

First Conditional tells us about a possible future condition.
First Conditional = If present, (then) future

Example: If I win the lottery, I will buy a house.

Second Conditional tells us about an impossible alternative present condition.
Second Conditional = If past, (then) would + infinitive

Example: If I had a car, I would drive.

Third Conditional tells us about an impossible alternative past condition.
Third Conditional = If past perfect, (then) would + have + past participle

Example: If I had gone to the cinema, I would have watched Batman.

Mixed Conditional tells us about the relationship between an impossible alternative...

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Question Structure in English - 4 types of questions

english grammar Dec 05, 2018

In this video you will learn about 4 types of question structures used in the English language.

The 1st type is : TO BE

This type of question uses the verb "to be". To make a question using the verb "to be", you need to put the verb before the noun. You can also add a question word or phrase to the beginning of this structure.

The 2nd type is : NOT TO BE

This type of question uses any verb other than the verb "to be". To make a question using this structure, you need to have an Auxilliary verb (helping verb), subject, and infinitive (main verb). You can also add a question word or phrase to the beginning of this structure. An easy way to remember this structure is the acronym QuASI.

The 3rd type is : PREPOSITIONS

This type of question uses a verb connected to a preposition. When we use a verb connected to a preposition in a question, the preposition should go at the end of the question.

The 4th type is : QUESTION WORD AS THE SUBJECT

This type of question uses a verb other than the...

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