Daily Most important English Grammar Rule
If you just started learning English, you first need to know some basic rules of the language. Developing a solid foundation in English grammar will not only help you create your own sentences correctly but will also make it easier to improve your English language section. Here we are providing Daily top basic Grammar Rules of English Language to crack any competitive exams.
5 RULES OF ADVERB / ADJECTIVE
- MORE THAN ONE ADVERB
(a) I yesterday meticulously read the proof at home.
Rule: When we have more than one adverb in a sentence
Sub + Verb + Object + Manner + Place + time
Correct: I read the proof meticulously at home yesterday.
- Beginning with Adverb of frequency(no. of time w.done), follow Law of Inversion.
Sub + Verb + Object
LAW OF INVERSION SAYS: VERB(helping verb) + SUB + verb + object.
Eg: Never I will see his face again.
Correct: Never will I see his face again.
Eg: Seldom he visited his parents. (NO helping verb)
Correct: Seldom did he visit his parents. (change the tense of main verb)
- Sentence begin with So + Adverb of manner, follow law of Inverse
Eg: So nicely he represented his skills that he was praised by everyone.
Correct : So nicely did he represent his skills that he was praised by everyone.
- ONE COMPARE TO MANY COMPARITIVE DEGREE FOLLOWED BY : THAN +ANY + OTHER + NOUN(SINGULAR)
Eg: The students of Ambitious Baba are better than those of any other institutes.
Correct : The students of Ambitious Baba are better than those of any other institute.
- ONE COMPARE TO MANY SUPERLATIVE DEGREE FOLLOWED BY : ALL + THE + NOUN(PLURAL)
Eg: The times of India has the largest circulation of any other papers.
Correct : The times of India has the largest circulation of all the papers.