Singular and Plural Nouns (15 Rules, 50 Examples & Worksheet)

Singular and Plural Nouns

What is singular noun? The singular nouns are words that only refer to one person or thing. They can be used as a subject, direct object, indirect object, predicate nominative, or appositive. For example: “I went to the store.” This sentence is about the speaker and their experience at the store. It’s also possible for … Read more

Reciprocal Pronouns Exercise, Worksheet & Sentences

Reciprocal Pronouns Exercise, Worksheet & Sentences

Reciprocal Pronouns A pronoun used to talk about the mutual relationship is known as a reciprocal pronoun. These kinds of pronouns are used to indicate the mutual act of persons which resulted in some action of the same nature. The action is done between the two or more persons with the same result. There are … Read more

Indefinite Pronouns with Examples, List & Chart

Indefinite Pronouns Chart & Examples

Indefinite Pronoun We use indefinite pronouns when we want to refer to people or things without saying exactly who or what they are. It is used to mention unspecified things or persons is called an ‘Indefinite Pronoun”. Indefinite pronouns are anybody, everybody, nobody, somebody, anyone, everyone, no-one, someone, anything, everything, nothing, something, and few. The … Read more

Emphatic or Reflexive Pronouns (Chart, 80+ Examples & List)

Emphatic or Reflexive Pronouns (Chart, 80+ Examples & List)

Emphatic or Reflexive Pronouns Reflexive pronouns direct their action back to the subject. A pronoun that is formed by adding ‘self’ or ‘selves’ to a personal pronoun is called a ‘Reflexive Pronoun’ or ‘Emphatic Pronoun’. Reflexive and emphatic pronouns have the same forms. It refers to the noun or pronoun which is the subject. It … Read more

Relative Pronouns Chart and Examples

Relative Pronouns Chart and Examples

Relative Pronouns A relative pronoun introduces a clause. It refers to some noun going before and also joins two sentences together. It does the work of conjunction as well as a pronoun. A word such as ‘who’ or ‘which’ that introduces a relative clause, is called a relative pronoun. More relative pronouns include whom, whose, … Read more

Possessive Pronouns (Examples, List, Rules & Exercise)

Possessive Pronouns

What’s the difference between “my” and “we” in business? Good question. “My” is the possessive form of “me”; it refers to yourself. The word “we” refers to your team. The possessive pronouns shows belongings or possessions. Let’s discuss more about them! Possessive Pronouns Usage/Rules 1st Case: We use apostrophe and an “s” Sara’s brother was … Read more

Periphrases Examples (Figures of Speech)

Periphrases Examples (Figures of Speech)

Periphrases Definition It is derived from a Greek word Periphrazein which means to express short expression of writing into many or very long words. It is known as circumlocution. It is very often the result of slack thinking but it may be used deliberately-usually for comic effect, especially in the depiction of character. It was … Read more

Regular and Irregular Nouns (Rules, Examples, Lists & Worksheet)

Regular and Irregular Nouns (Rules, Examples, Lists & Worksheet)

Regular and Irregular Nouns We can make some nouns plural easily without changing them but in some cases, nouns become irregular when we change them into plural form. Let’s discuss how nouns become plural and how to identify regular and irregular nouns. We are going to learn today, Regular Nouns Definition & Examples List of … Read more

Countable and Uncountable Nouns (List, Examples & Exercise)

Countable and Uncountable Nouns (List, Examples & Exercise)

Countable and Uncountable Nouns The nouns are the names of things, people, or places. The nouns have different classifications. Countable and uncountable nouns are types of nouns. These can be counted or not. Let’s discuss their usage with the help of examples and exercise. Definition Countable Nouns Countable nouns are the things that we can … Read more