Past Perfect Continuous Tense represents an ongoing action that started and continued for some time in
Past Perfect Tense represents two works which were occurred in the past; the second or later action follows
Past Continuous Tense represents an on-going action of the past. It uses was/were and “ing” is added
Past Indefinite Tense represents an action occurred in the past or a habit of the past and uses the past
Past Tense represents actions happened in the past. Example: Bill attended the program.
Present Perfect Continuous tense represents the work which started in the past and is still running.
Present Perfect tense represents the work which has been done but the effect of which still exists. It
Present Continuous Tense narrates an action which is being continued or going to be continued in the
Present Indefinite Tense represents an action which is regular or normal or true and uses the base form
Tense denotes to the time of an action or event. It describes when the work is done, i.e. in the present,
These quantifiers quantify not only countable nouns but also uncountable nouns. Example: We had a lot
These quantifiers quantify only the uncountable nouns. Example: Jeff is a bit tired.
These quantifiers quantify only the countable nouns. These are few, many, a number of, several, etc.
A quantifier is a word used before a noun to describe its quantity. Example: I saw few people in the
Negation can also be done by using prefixes such as Un, Im, In, Dis, De etc.
The following negative adjectives or adverbs are also used for negation: Little, few, a little, a few,
We use the following negative words for negation: No, not, nothing, never, no one, none, nobody, nowhere,
When it is necessary to state that a fact is not true, it can be done by using any negative words, phrases
The word modifying an adjective, a verb, or another adverb is called adverb. Example: Alex was running