Category Archives: Learning English – BASIC 2


MODAL VERBS A MODAL VERBS is a Type of Helping verb that is used to express ability, possibility, permission or obligation. The use of Modal Verbs is determined by the meaning which the speaker whises to express the situation in which the verb is used. List of Modal Verbs : CAN One of the most… Read More »


ADVERBS OF DEGREE Adverbs of degree tell how much or the degree of something Examples : Answer of The question : How hard is your is your homework? It’s not so hard It’s fairly hard it’s very hard It’s extremely hard It’s completely terrifying Adverbs of degree should go before the word you want to… Read More »


ADVERBS OF MANNER An adverb which tell us how an action is done. Example : Fleck made the sandcastle slowly and carefully The question is : How did Fleck make the sandcastle? Forming Adverbs of Manner Most Adverbs of Manner are formed by adding -ly to adjectives Examples : slowly, loudly, quickly When an adjective… Read More »


ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY Tell us how often something occurs/takes place Adverb of Definite Frequency Describe the exact frequency of something happening or an action taking place Examples : I visit the supermarket twice a week I go to work three time a week Fatimah visits her friend every Friday every morning I brush my teeth… Read More »


Quantifier Quantifier is a word or group of words used to express an amount (how many or how much). Quantifier is a word used to indicate the quality of objects and can also as a word that indicates the number of objects mentioned.The quantifier form may consist of only one word (example: few, little, many),… Read More »


NOUN PHRASE Noun Phrase makes the noun more specific. Example : Woman –> à non specific The mysterious woman in black –> à more specific Car –> à non specific he green sporty car à more specific modifier     + noun à noun phrase   Definition of Noun Phrase A Noun Phrase consists of a noun… Read More »

There is and There are in English

There is and There are There is :  use a singular noun or a noncountable nounExamples :There is a table lamp on the table. (singular noun) There is a lot of money in the bags. (noncountable noun) There are :  use a plural nounExamples:There are some books on the table. (plural noun) There are 28… Read More »

Demonstrative Pronouns and Adjectives

Demonstrative Pronouns Demonstrative Pronoun is used to demonstrate (or point out) people or things it stands for Examples : Those are my shoes This is without a doubt  her ring Demonstrative Pronouns are normally used for objects. Sometimes they can be used for people when a person is being identified Example : This is Raul… Read More »

Have, Has and Had

Have, Has and Had Have is an irregular verb Has and Had are different forms of the same verb Have, Has and Had can be used for various reasons To Show PossessionExamples :I have a book Sophie has a blue car Used as a Helping VerbExamples : I have eaten my dinner Ali has visited the… Read More »

Present Simple, Present Perfect, Present Continuous and Present Perfect Continuous

Present Simple, Present Perfect, Present Continuous and Present Perfect Continuous Present Simple Used to describe an action, habit or facts that are generally true and occur in the present time Structure : Subject + verb in present form Examples : I walk to to work every morning Anna visits the town centre every weekend She… Read More »