Daily Most important English Grammar Rule | Day-8

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. Conjunction than is also fol¬lowed by Bare Infinitive.
For example,
Incorrect- He had better read than to write.
Correct- He had better read than write.
2. When but is used as a Preposition and preceded by any form of the Verb do, then but is followed with Bare Infinitive.
Incorrect He did nothing but to wander.
Correct– He did nothing but wander.

3. Every Participile must have a Subject of Reference.
For example,
Incorrect– Being a rainy day Vijay decided to
stay at home.
Correct– It being a rainy day Vijay decided to
stay at home.
4.  For completed action Having + Va is used in Active Voice, whereas Having + been + Va or Being + Va is used in Passive Voice. After should not be used in such a sentence.
For example,
Incorrect After the leader having been killed,
the followers ran away.
Correct– The leader having been killed, the
followers ran away.
5. Participles like considering, judging, referring, concerning, regarding, viewing,
broadly speaking etc. do not take any Subject of Reference.
For example,
Correct – Considering the case, I took the
Here I is not a Subject of Reference of
considering. So, there is no Subject of
Reference for ‘considering, still the sentence is

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