Grammar Tips I


Important Grammar Tips

GRAMMAR TIP 1




Possessive case of a noun (nouns with ‘s) is used with living things.
Example : Mohan’ s cap, Ram’s school, sister’s right
Incorrect : This room’s carpet must be changed.
Correct : The carpet of this room must be changed. (Room is a lifeless thing)
GRAMMAR TIP 2
Sometimes ‘s is wrongly put in the place of preposition.
Incorrect : This author’s book is not good. (Book possessed by this author)
Correct : The book of this author is not good. (Book written by this author)
GRAMMAR TIP 3
Double possessives should not be used.
Incorrect : My mother’s brother’s daughter came.
Correct : The daughter of the brother of my mother came.
GRAMMAR TIP 4
In the case of ‘somebody else’, ‘everyone else ‘,’ anybody else’ etc., ‘s is put after else.
Incorrect : This is somebody’s else job.
Correct : This is somebody else’s job.
GRAMMAR TIP 5 
When two nouns are joined by ‘and’ then ‘apostrophe s’ (‘s) is added to both if we want to denote the possession of both & to last if we denote joint possession.
Incorrect : Suzy’s and Juicy’s father was present.
Correct : Suzy and Juicy’s father was present.
GRAMMAR TIP 6 
When we speak of two things of the same class, the word ‘other’ should not be left out.
Incorrect : Neither his brother nor any member of the family helped him.
Correct : Neither his brother nor any other member of the family helped him.




GRAMMAR TIP 7 
Present Indefinite 
Verb form I [ s, es]
He works hard.
Present Continuous 
is/am/are + verb form I + ing
He is working hard.
 
Present Perfect 
has/have + verb form III
He has worked hard.
 
Present Perfect Continuous 
has/have + been + verb form I + ing
He has been working hard.
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GRAMMAR TIP 8
Past Indefinite 
verb form II [ did + verb form I]
He worked hard.
Past Continuous 
was/were + verb form I + ing
He was working hard.
 
Past Perfect 
had + verb form III
He had worked hard.
Past Perfect Continuous 
had + been + verb form I + ing
He had been working hard.
GRAMMAR TIP 9
Future Indefinite 
will/shall + verb form I
He will work hard.
Future Continuous 
will/shall + be + verb form I + ing
He will be working hard.
Future Perfect 
will/shall + have + verb form III
He will have worked hard for 20 years before he retires.
Future Perfect Continuous 
will/shall + have + been + verb form I + ing
He will have been working hard for more than 8 hours.




 

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