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There is obviously no shortcut to mastering anything and the same goes with English grammar. It takes a significant amount of time to understand as well as put English grammar to use. However there are obviously ways to improve your grammar and help you to speak correctly and efficiently. Some tips and tricks that you must be working on to improve your grammar are as follows. 1. Concentrate on tense This should be on top of your list. This is because the tense can dict


Difference Between The Simple Past And Present Perfect Tenses


Choosing between the present and past forms of the participial adjectives imposes problems to ESL/EFL students. English learners often use present and past participial adjectives interchangeably. The current paper discusses those problems and provides two lesson plans in order to teach the participial adjectives using two different methods; the inductive method and the deductive method as well as highlighting the theories behind those methods.


There are two forms of tense in English: PRESENT and PAST. The present tense can be used to express present events, a habit or routine, general facts, an occurrence in the future or historic present- in literary English and oral narrative.


Individual words too can have relatively different meanings in different cultures depending upon expectations, values and experience of the two persons, the speaker and the listener.


The structure of a sentence is very important to communication because words in different sequences can mean different things, although the words are the same.