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. Examples of Participial
An Interjectional phrase conducts the function of an interjection. Examples of Interjectional Phrase
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
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