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Positive and Postpositive adjectives

  • September 21, 2015
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A positive adjective is the basic form of an adjective that is used to describe a simple quality, such as slow, happy, big and so forth. A nice gift Fast cars Cold water Fluffy kittens Postpositive adjectives come after the words they describe. This is the rule in Spanish and other languages but it is…

Non-restrictive relative clause and restrictive relative clause

  • September 20, 2015
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A relative clause is a group of related words that defines or adds information about the noun that it follows. These clauses begin with a relative pronoun such as “that,” “which” or “who,” and they are organized into two types, “non-restrictive” and “restrictive clauses.” Restrictive Clause Also called a defining relative clause, this small group…

Non-finite verb

  • September 19, 2015
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Finite verbs need no assistance from other words and can form complete sentences with only a noun, such as “Bob walked,” “horses grazed,” “we sang.” Non-finite verbs, on the other hand, are not used in a subject and single verb predicate scenario. They are not inflected and do not show tense, number, mood, person, aspect…


  • September 18, 2015
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A branch of linguistics that studies the various forms and structure of words is called morphology. It is one of the major elements of grammar and is traditionally applied to internal structure of words while syntax refers to the structure of a sentence. These two terms are similar in that they both show how language…

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