Daily Most important English Grammar Rule | Day-12

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. 


1. The Present Perfect Continuous Tense is used for an action that began in the past time and still. going at the time of speaking~ It is used with, Adverbials of time introduced by ‘since’, ‘for’ and ‘how long~.
Incorrect– How long are you working i~ this office?
Correct– How long have you been working in this office?
2. A Verb when preceded by a Preposition must be the Gerund.
Incorrect– They were punished for come late.
Correct– They were punished for, coming late.

3. The Future Indefinite Tense is not used in the clauses of time, place and condition. Here the Present In¬definite Tense is used.
Incorrect– I shall wait for you till you will finish your work.
Correct– I shall wait for you, till you finish your work.
4. The Present Perfect Tense is not used with the Adverbs of past time like yesterday, in 1990 etc. Here Past Indefinite Tense is used.
Incorrect~ I have bought a cycle yesterday.
Correct-I bought a cycle yesterday. The Past Perfect Tense is used to represent
the earlier of the two past actions.
Incorrect– When I reached the station, the train already left.
Correct– When I reached the station, the train had already left.
5. Modal Auxiliaries are not used together. But two Auxiliaries can be connected by a Conjunction.
For example,
Incorrect-He should must do it.
Correct– He should and must do it.




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