Present/Future Probability: You will use may, might and could to represent events having a possibility
Present/Future Expectation: When you expect something to take place but you are not 100% sure of that,
1. Surety about the Present: While making any decision about the present, you will use “must” when
Modal auxiliaries are used where some deduction is needed for a situation. Here deduction means drawing
A phrase having a subject but no finite verb and modifying the full sentence is referred to as an Absolute
A Participial phrase contains a present or past participle at the beginning. Example: The boys sitting
An Interjectional phrase conducts the function of an interjection. Example: What a miracle! Dana has
A conjunctional phrase conducts the function of the conjunction. Example: Paul started to work as soon
A prepositional phrase contains a preposition at the beginning and conducts the function of an adjective,
An Adjective Phrase conducts the task of the adjective. Example: Lisa is always full of life.
A Verb Phrase conducts the task of the verb. Example: I was singing a modern song yesterday.
A Noun phrase is a group of words performing the task of a noun. The types of Noun phrase include: Appositive
A group of words that does not have any subject and finite verb and makes a sentence meaningful is called
Future Perfect Continuous Tense represents a continuous action which will be done at a certain time in
Future Perfect Tense represents an action which will have been occurred at some time in the future. If
Future Continuous Tense represents a continuous action which will happen in the future.
Simple Future Tense represents an action which will happen in the future. Example: I will write articles
Future tense represents actions which will happen in the future. Example: I will give a speech in the
Past Perfect Continuous Tense represents an ongoing action that started and continued for some time in