List Degrees of Comparison

List Degrees of Comparison

List Degrees of Comparison

        To continue discussing about degrees of comparison we have discussed in the previous post, we are discussing List Degrees of Comparison consists of some words related to positive, comparative and superlative degrees. (also read : Type Degrees of Comparison)

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Information about Adverb of Time

Information about Adverb of Time

Information about Adverb of Time

        One again the material of grammar we want to share to our readers. This is Information about Adverb of Time.  In this case we will discuss about meaning, function, position of adverb of time and some words related to adverb of time. (also read : Adverb of Place)

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Differences IN ON AT for Adverb of Place

Differences IN ON AT for Adverb of Place

Differences IN ON AT for Adverb of Place

        Often people are confused with similar prepositions particularly the prepositions IN, ON and AT when talking about place or location. For this in this occasion we would like to share about Differences IN ON AT for Adverb of Place. In this discussion we will divide into two parts. The first is IN, ON or AT to show general place, and the second is indicating a position for spaces with limitations. (also read : DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MANY AND MUCH)

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Adverb of Place

Adverb of Place

Adverb of Place

        What do you think about our material entitled Adverb of frequency? Is it easy to understand? We hope so. And in this session we’d like to discuss another kind of adverb, it is about Adverb of place. In this case we’ll discuss about the function, words related to it and its examples. (also read : Adverb of Frequency)

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Adverb of Frequency

Adverb of Frequency

Adverb of Frequency

        After learning about Types or Kinds of Adverb, now let’s learn about one kind of adverb. It is about Adverb of Frequency. In this session we will discuss about the function, the percentage meaning and the examples of Adverb of Frequency. 

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Difference of Between and Among

Difference of Between and Among

Difference of Between and Among

        Talking about Difference of Between and Among, it is a common misconception that between is used with two things and among is used with three or more things. As we know that many people believe between should be used for choices involving two items and among for choices that involve more than two items. That can be right concept, but it’s not as simple as that concept. (also read : Difference Countable and Uncountable Noun)

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Definition and Function of Factitive Verbs

Definition and Function of Factitive Verbs

Definition and Function of Factitive Verbs

        In this post we will share about grammar entitled “Definition and Function of Factitive Verbs”. This this material will be divided into three topics, they are definition of factitive verbs, function of factitive verbs and Role of Factitive Verbs in sentences. So let’s go to the material. (also read : Function Causative Verbs)

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Definition and Kinds of Preposition

Definition and Kinds of Preposition

Definition and Kinds of Preposition

        In this post I will share about Definition and kinds of Preposition. In this topic of Definition and kinds of Preposition I will divide it in two parts, they are Definition of Preposition with its examples and List of kinds of Preposition with its examples too. (also see : Definition and Kinds of Part of Speech)

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Function Causative Verbs

Function Causative Verbs

Function Causative Verbs

        After discussing about Causative Verbs Have and Get in previous post, in this occasion we will continue our discussing about causative verbs, it is about Function Causative Verbs. As we know that Causative Verbs are used to talk about having something done by someone else (third person) or we want something to be done by somebody else.

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Causative Verbs Have and Get

Causative Verbs Have and Get

Causative Verbs Have and Get

        In this occasion we want to share grammar session that is Causative Verbs Have and Get. We use a causative verb when we want to talk about something that someone else did for us or for another person. It means that the subjects did not do the action themselves, however the subject caused the action to happen by someone else. Maybe they paid, or asked, or persuaded the other person to do it. For example, we can say:

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