Some Useful Grammar Rules

What is a “Vowel”?

“Vowel” is a speech sound produced by humans when the breath flows out through the mouth without being blocked by the teeth, tongue, or lips. Below alphabets are called “Vowels”.

A                          E                            I                                O                              U

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All Alphabets other than “Vowels” are called “Constants”.

B, C, D, F, G, H, J, K, L, M, N, P, Q, R, S, T, V, W, X, Y, Z.

In constructing a sentence, we need different words belong to different categories. By putting these words together, we get “Sentences”. In making both smaller and larger sentences, we need different “Words”. The words are formed by combining “Alphabets”. There are vowels and constants. We combine alphabets to make a word and we combine words to make sentences.

The words are of different categories. It could be a “Noun”. A noun is the name of any person, anything and any place. In short, any kind of name is a noun.

Animals have names, objects have names. There are certain things we have given the name to that cannot be seen. For example, Angel, Gin and Devil. Such nouns are called “abstract nouns”.

See below the list of the “Nouns”grammar practice, english learning

Dog

Country, Pakistan

Girl, Boy

Chair, House

City, Lahore,

Islamabad, Angel

Car, Team

Group, Swarm

Intelligence etc.

The nouns belong to different categories:

Common Noun & Proper Noun:

The noun that is common to all the names, for instance, girl is a common noun as this could be used for all the girls in the world; however, if we take the actual name of a girl like “Rabia”, “Jessica”, it’s a proper noun. Similarly, country is the common noun and “Pakistan”, “Singapore” is the proper nouns. City is common but “Lahore”, “London” is proper.

Abstract Noun:

The name given to the things not having any physical appearance. Examples are:

Angel, Gin, Devil, Intelligence, Bravery etc.

Collective Noun:

The name given to the collection of the things, people etc.

Swarm (Swarm of bees); Team (12 players in a team)

 

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