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Grasp The Concepts Of Adjectives, Prepositions And Conjunctions With Examples
English Grammer ain't that difficult to understand if all the various concepts and rules are broken into a systematic manner and are explained with examples. This course will provide you with a step by step explanation of Adjectives, Prepositions, and Conjunctions. The course begins with an Introduction to Adjectives and thereby explains the different degrees or comparison and where all these degrees are used. The further lesson throws light on the Introduction and types of Prepositions and the last two lessons talk about Conjunctions and its types. But the major part of this course focuses on the different scenarios where and how to use Adjectives, Prepositions and Conjunctions with the examples. It not only strengthens the Grammatical concepts but also provide a knack of determining which word to use and when.
Adjectives: Introduction And Degrees Of Comparison
Adjectives: Different Cases For Degrees Of Comparison
Adjectives: Usage In Different Scenarios With Examples Part 1
Adjectives: Usage In Different Scenarios With Examples Part 2
Prepositions: Introduction And Types
Prepositions: Usage In Different Scenarios With Examples
Prepositions: Difference Between Various Prepositions
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Ashish Kumar Sharma
reviewed on October 08, 2017
Short and simple, upto the mark and best as always. Thank you Sir.
reviewed on September 25, 2017
It helps me a lot to clear my doubts and made concepts clear
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