Daily Most important English Grammar Rule | Day-16

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. Adjectives like ‘unique’, ideal, perfect, complete, universal, entire, extreme, chief, full square and round, which do not admit different degrees of comparison should not be compared.
Incorrect– It is the most unique thing.
Correct– It is a unique thing.
2. All the Adjectives which refer to the same Noun should be in the same degree of comparison.
Incorrect– He is the wisest and honest worker in the office.
Correct– He is the wisest and most honest worker in the office.
3. ‘Elder’ and ‘eldest’ should be used for persons only, strictly speaking, they are used for the members of the same family only. ‘Older’ and ‘oldest’ are used for both persons and things.
Incorrect– He is my older brother.
Correct– He is my elder brother.
4. To modify a Verb, an Adjective or another Adverb, we use an Adverb.
Incorrect– She writes very careful.
Correct– She writes very carefully. Carefully is an Adjective which cannot modify the Adverb very, therefore carefully (Adverb) must be used in place of Adjective careful.
5. Too means more than required and it is used with Unpleasant Adjective. So, we cannot use too glad, too happy, too pleasant, too healthy.
For example,
Incorrect– I am too glad to meet you.
Correct– I am very glad to meet you.

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