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. ‘Hardly’ and ‘scarcely’ should be followed by ‘when’ or ‘before’, but not by ‘than’ or ‘that’.
Incorrect– Hardly did I reach the station, than the train left it.
Correct– Hardly did I reach the station when the train left it.
2. ‘That’ should not be used before a sentence in Direct Speech and before Interrogative Adverbs and Pronouns in the Indirect Speech.
Incorrect– He said that, “I shall go there.”
Correct– He said, “I shall go there”.
Incorrect– He asked me that who I was.
Correct– He asked me who was.
3. Objective case (of Noun or• Pronoun) is used after Preposition.
For example,
Incorrect– I do not depend on he.
Correct– I do not depend on him.
4. The Prepositions used after two words must be made clear if these two words are connected by and or or.
For example,
Incorrect– She is conscious and engaged in her work.
Correct– She is conscious of and engaged in her work.
5. If a Principal Verb is used after about, after, at, before. for, from, in, on. to, that Verb must be in ing (V4) form.
For example,
Incorrect– You prevented me from do it.
Correct– You prevented me from doing it. 



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