DAILY MOST IMPORTANT ENGLISH GRAMMAR RULE | DAY-32

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. When two qualities of a person are compared using ‘more’ or ‘less’ before the adjective, then the adjective following them takes positive degree
Example:
a) Shikha is more beautiful than intelligent.
2. When two or more adjectives are used to show the qualities of the same man, all the adjectives must be in the same degree.
Examples:
a) Sita is more beautiful and wiser than Geeta.
b) Rahul is the wisest and the funniest boy of the class.
3. ‘Very’ is used with adjectives in the positive degree and with present participles.
Examples:
a) She is a very intelligent girl.
b) It is a very interesting movie.
4. ‘as’: To show equality’ as’ is used before and after the adjective.
Example:
a) Sita is as beautiful as Geeta.
5. Certain adjectives do not admit of comparison and thus they always remain in the positive  degree: ‘Absolute’, ‘chief’, ‘circular’, ‘complete’, ‘entire’, ‘extreme’, ‘excellent’, ‘impossible’, ‘perfect’,  ‘right’, ’round’, ‘unique’, ‘universal’, ‘whole’, etc.
Example:
a) This is the perfect cake I have ever made.

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