Daily Most important English Grammar Rule | Day-13

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. When need or dare is followed by not, it turns into modal auxiliary. In that situation it takes Bare Infinitive ‘and we cannot use needs not or dares not.
For example,
Incorrect– He needs not do it.
Correct– He need not do it.
2. Adjectives of quantity show how much of a thing is meant. Adjectives of quantity (some; much, little, enough, all, no, any, great, half, sufficient, whole) are used for Uncountable Nouns only.
For example,
Incorrect-I ate a few rice.
Correct– I ate some rice.
3.Numeral Adjectives are used for Countable Noun only and they show how many persons or things are meant or in what order a person or thing stands,
For example,
Incorrect– I have taught you little things.
Correct– I have taught you a few things.
4. When cardinal and ordinal are used together ordinal preceds the cardinal.
For example,
Incorrect– The four first boys will be given the chance.
Correct– The first four boys will be given the chance.
5. Later, latest refer to time, latter and last refer to position.
For example,
Incorrect– I reached at 10 am.But he was latter than I expected.
Correct– I reached at 10 am. But he was later than I expected,

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