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 two or more singular Pronouns of different persons come together, the Pronoun of second per¬son singular (you) comes first, the pronoun of the first person singular (I) comes last and the pronoun of the third person singular (he) comes in between.

Incorrect– I, You and he must work together ..
Correct– You, he and I must work together.

2.When two or more plural Pro-nouns of different persons come together first person plural (we) comes first, then second person plural (you) and last of all third person plural (they).

Incorrect– You, they and we must work together ..
Correct– We, you and they must work together.

3.The Relative Pronoun who is in subjective case, whereas whom is in objective case. Therefore, for who there must be a Finite Verb in the sentence. Or otherwise, when whom (Object) is used in the sentence and there is more Finite Verb’s than the number of Subjects in the sentence, then whom should be changed into who (Subject).
For example

Incorrect– The doctor whom came here was Ram’s brother.
Correct– The doctor who came here was Ram’s brother

4.With Superlative Degree Adjective, only, none, all etc., as Relative Pronoun we use that and not which or who.
For example,

Incorrect– All which glitters is not gold.
Correct– All that glitters is not gold.

5. After let, if a Pronoun is used, that Pronoun must be in the Objective Case.

For example,
Incorrect– Let he go there.
Correct– Let him go there.


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