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. Two Conjunctions should not be used in the same sentence.
Incorrect– Although she was tired, but she still went on working.
Correct– Although she was tired, she still went on working.
2. ‘Both’ should be followed by ‘and’. It should be used in the positive sense. In the negative sense, ‘neither’ ….. .’nor• should be used in place of ‘both’.
incorrect– Both Ravi as well as Raja were present there.
Correct– Both Ravi and Raja were present there.
3. ‘Either … or’, ‘neither …. nor: ‘both and’, ‘not only but also’ should be followed by the same parts of speech.
Incorrect– He not only lost his ticket, but also his luggage.
Correct– He lost not only his ticket but also his luggage.
4. ‘Neither’ should be followed , by ‘nor’, ‘either’ should be followed by ‘or’. Both these should not be con¬fused.
Incorrect– He washed neither his hands or his face.
Correct– He washed neither his hands nor his face.
5. ‘No sooner’ should be fol¬lowed by ‘than’, not by ‘but’ or ‘then’.
Incorrect– No sooner do I finish this book then I shall begin another.
Correct– No sooner do I finish the book, than I shall begin another.
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