0 items - $0.00 0 0 items -$0.00 0

### Interrogative Sentences: Characteristics, Types, and Uses

An interrogative sentence is one of the functional categories of sentence that consists of question word(s) like what, why, how, when, do, is, are, will, etc. Interrogative sentences are also called questions because of their purpose of use. Sentences that…

### WH Questions in English with Examples

We use some specific words to ask questions. Wh-words are some of such words that usually begin with “W” and “H.” The questions that we produce with wh-words are called wh-questions. They are very commonly used in our everyday conversation.…

### Differences between Phrases and Clauses

A phrase is a group of words with no subject or verb, whereas a clause is a group of words containing a subject and the main verb. Phrases can help to make the meaning of a sentence more precise, but…

### Preposition of Time: At, On, and In

“At,” “On,” and “In” are the three most common prepositions of time that we use before any noun in a sentence to create a time connection between the object (noun) and the rest of the other words in the sentence.…

Adjectives and adverbs are two basic word classes that most of us have been familiar with since elementary school. The basic knowledge about these two-word classes is that adjectives modify nouns, and adverbs modify verbs. But, is this all about…

### The Characteristics of a Complete Sentence

The sentence is the most significant grammatical unit, which consists of words, phrases, and clauses. The grammar of any language is organized based on this largest structural unit. Though innumerable definitions of the sentence exist, there is no complete, perfect,…

### A Quiz on Different Types of Sentences

This quiz is created as part of testing your learning on "Types of English Sentences Based on Functions and Structures." If you haven't read this article yet, take a few minutes and read it carefully. Then take the following quiz…

### Types of English Sentences Based on Functions and Structures

A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought. It is the largest grammatical unit as discussed in grammar and linguistics. A sentence may contain one or more clauses depending on its type. It is important to…

### ESL Quiz on English Grammar: Mixed Level (32 Qs)

No matter which language level you fit into between Beginner and Upper Intermediate, you can take this quiz. This quiz covers the most common grammar mistakes you probably make. After you submit the quiz, you'll be able to check the…

### A Complete Guide to Present Simple Tense with Exercises

Verbs refer to actions, and tenses refer to the time of actions. Tenses are of three types—present, past, and future. These three have four variations each, and in total, there are twelve types of them. Present simple tense is…

### How to Identify Direct and Indirect Objects in English

Direct object, indirect object, and object of a preposition— these are the three types of objects in English grammar. However, as per my teaching experience, direct and indirect objects are the most confusing ones for most English language learners. They…