- What are the examples of grammatical words?
- What are the group of words?
- What are the grammar words?
- How do you use the word if?
- Which tense is used with if?
- What is used with if?
- What can I say instead of if?
- Can I start sentence with if?
- How do you combine sentences with if?
- What are good questions to ask?
What are the examples of grammatical words?
Basic Grammar Terms
- NOUN: The name of a person, place, or thing.
- PRONOUN: A word used to refer to a noun, usually used to avoid repetition.
- All, Another, Any, Anybody, Anyone, Both, Each, Either, Everybody, Everyone, Everything, Few, Many, Neither, Nobody, None, No One, Nothing, One, Some, Somebody, Someone, Something.
What are the group of words?
Phrases and clauses are groups of words found within a sentence. These groups each express an idea, which may be complete or incomplete. Being able to identify phrases and clauses will help with writing and punctuating complete sentences. Phrases: A phrase is a group of words that does not have a subject and verb.
What are the grammar words?
- adjective. Identifies, describes, limits or qualifies a noun or pronoun.
- adverb. Identifies, describes, limits or qualifies a verb, an adjective, another adverb or a group of words.
- collective noun.
- compound adjective.
- compound noun.
How do you use the word if?
You use if in conditional sentences to introduce the circumstances in which an event or situation might happen, might be happening, or might have happened.
- She gets very upset if I exclude her.
- You’ll feel a lot better about yourself if you work on solutions to your upsetting situations.
- You can go if you want.
Which tense is used with if?
What is used with if?
1st Conditional – is used with ‘will/can + base verb’ for a probable future result. ‘If you study hard, your English will improve. 3rd Conditional – uses the ‘past perfect’ with ‘modal + have + past participle’. It is usually used to express a past regret about something which did not happen in the past.
What can I say instead of if?
1. Replacing if
- as long as.
- assuming (that)
- on condition (that)
- on the assumption (that)
- provided (that)
- supposing (that)
- with the condition (that)
Can I start sentence with if?
The word ‘if’ can be used to begin a sentence. The word ‘if’ is a conjunction, a connecting word, and connects the idea presented with it to another…
How do you combine sentences with if?
We can use if to combine two clauses. Study the example given below….
- If he wants to pass the test, he has to work harder.
- If you meet him, ask him to come over here.
- If you work hard, you will get good marks.
- If you invite her, she will come.
- If you do not obey the rules, you will be persecuted.
What are good questions to ask?
Break the ice and get to know people better by selecting several of these get-to-know-you questions.
- Who is your hero?
- If you could live anywhere, where would it be?
- What is your biggest fear?
- What is your favorite family vacation?
- What would you change about yourself if you could?
- What really makes you angry?