What are Collocations English Grammar ielts exam

What are Collocations English Grammar ielts exam What is a collocation? A collocation is a group of words that usually go together. For example, in English, we usually say ‘heavy rain’. It’s correct grammatically to say ‘strong rain’ or ‘big rain’, but both of these sound completely strange. A native English speaker would never say …

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what are Articles (A, An, The) English grammar ielts exam

what are Articles (A, An, The) English grammar ielts exam Articles are the demonstrative adjectives. We use articles before countable and uncountable nouns. Countable nouns are things we count. Ex; One banana, two bananas Uncountable things / nouns are things we cannot count Ex: Sand, Rice   We can use a / an with singular …

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What are modals? English grammar ielts exam

What are modals? English grammar ielts exam What are modals? All The Auxiliary verbs except “Be”, “Do” & “Have” are called  “Modals”. Unlike other auxiliary verbs modals only exists in their helping forms; they cannot act alone as the main verb in a sentence. The verbs can, could, may, might, will, would, should, must, and …

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