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    Difference Between Simple and Present Continuous Tense

    Difference Between Simple and Present Continuous Tense Difference Between Simple and Present Continuous Tense        As we have already studied before, both of Simple Present Tense and Present Continuous Tense are expressing the present activities, it means that the activities happen about the time of speaking. However, both of them have some differences. (Also read : Definition and Examples of Proper Nouns) The differences can be shown as below: A.  The Simple Present Tense is used for: Regular actions or events He plays tennis most weekends. We have fasting a month on Ramadhan. I eat rice three times a day. Facts The sun rises in the east. The…

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    Definition and Function of Bare Infinitive

    Definition and Function of Bare Infinitive Definition and Function of Bare Infinitive        As we have discussed about definition of verb before, that a verb is the action word in a sentence that describe what the subject is doing.  And in this session, we’d like to continue discussing about verb, in this case we will discuss about Bare Infinitive. For this we are going to discuss about definition of Bare Infinitive and its function. (Also read : Difference Between Farther and Further) This is the material about Definition of Bare Infinitive and its Function: Definition of Bare Infinitive Bare Infinitive is an infinitive verb that’s not preceded by…

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    Meaning and Example of Common Noun

    Meaning and Example of Common Noun Meaning and Example of Common Noun        In our daily life, it is no doubt that we always talk about noun every day, whether they are noun about names of people, places, things or others. For this we want to share about Meaning and Examples of Common Noun. In this material we will discuss about the Meaning of Common and its examples. (Also read : Definition and Example Collective Noun) The Meaning of Common Nouns        As we know that a noun is a part of speech that identifies a person, place, thing, or idea. It means that all nouns…

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    Definition of Transitive and Intransitive Verb

    Definition of Transitive and Intransitive Verb Definition of Transitive and Intransitive Verb        As we have shared in the previous post that a Verb is an action word in a sentence that describe what the subject is doing. And for continuing our discussion about VERB, here we are going to discuss about Definition of Transitive and Intransitive Verb. Although the title is Definition of Transitive and Intransitive Verb but we also discuss about examples of it. So, let’s go to the material. (Also read : Kinds or Types of Verb) Transitive Verb Definition of Transitive Verb        A transitive verb is a verb that requires an…

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    Kinds or Types of Verb

    Kinds or Types of Verb Kinds or Types of Verb        As we have shared in the previous post that a Verb is an action word in a sentence that describe what the subject is doing. And for continuing our discussion about VERB, here we are going to discuss about Kinds or Types of Verb.        Actually, there are two groups of main verbs, action verbs (Transitive Verbs and Intransitive Verbs) and no-action verbs (To Be and Linking Verbs), but we break down into four Kinds types of main verbs. And Helping Verbs. (Also read : Kinds and Examples of Auxiliary TO BE) Transitive Verb Transitive…

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    Definition and Example of Verb

    Definition and Example of Verb Definition and Example of Verb        As we know that a sentence is a group of words which, when they are written down, begin with a capital letter and end with a full stop, question mark, or exclamation mark. A complete sentence has at least a subject and a main verb to state (declare) a complete thought. So, most sentences contain a subject and a verb. (Also read : The Function of Imperative Sentence)        And in this occasion, we’d like to discuss about VERB, in this case we are going to discuss about Definition and Example of Verb. Let’s go…

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    Definition and Example Collective Noun

    Definition and Example Collective Noun Definition and Example Collective Noun       In this session we are going to discuss about Definition and Example Collective Noun. So, the topics being discussed is about the definition of collective noun and its examples. Definition of Collective Noun        A collective noun is a noun such as ‘family’ or ‘team’ that refers to a group of people or things.        It means that a collective noun is a type of noun that identifies groups of people and things as a single unit. (Also read : Types of Conditional Sentence)        Collective nouns are nouns that refer…

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    Definition and Examples of Proper Nouns

    Definition and Examples of Proper Nouns Definition and Examples of Proper Nouns       We are sure that we always talk about noun every day, whether they are nouns in common or nouns in Proper. And after discussing about common nouns in our previous post, now we want to share about Proper Nouns. For this we want to share about Definition and Examples of Proper Nouns. In this material we will discuss about the Definition of Proper Nouns and its examples. (Also read : Definition and Examples of Common Nouns) Definition of Proper Nouns As we know that a noun is a part of speech that identifies a person,…

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    Definition and Examples of Common Nouns

    Definition and Examples of Common Nouns Definition and Examples of Common Nouns       We are sure that we always talk about noun every day, whether they are noun about names of people, places or things. For this we want to share about Definition and Examples of Common Nouns. In this material we will discuss about the Definition of Common and its examples. (Also read : Pattern Function Future Perfect Tense) Definition of Common Nouns       As we know that a noun is a part of speech that identifies a person, place, thing, or idea. It means that all nouns serve to name a person, place, or…

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    Difference Between Farther and Further

    Difference Between Farther and Further Difference Between Farther and Further       Many people use “further” and “farther” interchangeable, but, in fact, they mean slightly different things.        “Farther” refers to a physical distance, while “further” refers to a figurative distance.        So, when wondering how many more miles or kilometers to a particular destination, we’d say, “How much farther to the gas station?”  On the other hand, when speaking of a figurative measure, we should use “further”. For example, “Nothing could be further from the truth.” (Also read : Differences IN ON AT for Adverb of Time )       Probably the best…