DAILY MOST IMPORTANT ENGLISH GRAMMAR RULE | DAY-31

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. The plural ‘heaps’ and ‘lots’ used for a great amount and take a singular verb unless a plural noun with ‘of’ is added.

Examples:
a) There is lots of food.
b) There are lots of foods to consume.

2. Use of ‘each’ and ‘every’ : When ‘each’ or ‘every’ two singular subjects, even if connected
by ‘and’, take a singular verb.

Example:
a) Each boy and every girl was accommodated in the lodge.

3. The following verbs are always followed by an infinitive:
‘decide’, ‘plan’, ‘expect’, ‘fail’, ‘hope’, ‘learn’, ‘promise’, ‘refuse’, ‘want’, ‘agree’, ‘consent’,
‘love’, etc.

Example:
a) I plan to settle in New York.

4. The following verbs and phrases must be followed by a gerund :
‘enjoy’, ‘admit’, ‘appreciate’, ‘regret’, ‘avoid’, ‘help’, ‘consider’, ‘stop’, ‘looking forward to’,
‘accustomed to’, ‘is used to’, ‘do not mind’, etc.

Examples:
a) I am looking forward to watching your artwork in my home.
b) He is used to talking fast.

5. After certain verbs (‘bid’, ‘let’, ‘make’, ‘need’, ‘see’, ‘hear’) we use the infinitive without ‘to’.

Examples:
a) Let me handle this.
b) Make him go there

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