DAILY MOST IMPORTANT ENGLISH GRAMMAR RULE | DAY-30

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.

IMPORTANT RULES

 

1. Use of elder, older:
‘Older’ refers to persons as well as things and is followed by ‘than’.

Examples:
(a) Sita is five year older that Gita.
(b) Sita is the elder sister of Gita.

2. Use of ‘than’: Generally ‘than’ is used in the comparative degree, but with words like
superior, inferior, senior, junior, prior, prefer ‘to’ is used.

Examples:
(a) Mita is senior to Mohini.
(b) After having dinner, I prefer walking to sleeping.

3. In some cases, the comparison must be given proper attention.

Examples:
(a) The climate of Mumbai is better than the climate of Delhi.
Or
(a) The climate of Mumbai is better that that of Delhi.
(b) The summer in Delhi is hotter than that of Mumbai.

4. Use of ‘Many a’ : ‘Many a’ is always followed by the singular verb.

Example:
(a) Many a man was dressed in blue.

5. Verb while joining two subjects : When ‘as well as’, ‘along with’, ‘together with’, ‘no less than’, ‘in addition to’, and ‘not’ and ‘with’ join two subjects, the verb should be according to the first subject.

Examples:
(a) Ram, as well as his five friends, has gone for the picnic.
(b) The teacher, along with the students, is also going for the picnic.

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