NOTE

  1. Grammar is the most important thing in any language, without that you can’t speak a sentence properly.
  2. Once you have learned the grammar, second thing that you need to learn is vocabulary. Without that you can’t express yourself.
  3. Translation is not the best way to speak, you have to learn English as you learnt your mother tongue, that is by listening.
  4. Make your mind that you have to go very long, Hence don’t expect results quickly, they will come but it will take time.

GRAMMAR

There are tons of things on grammar but you just to get you started you need to know tense first.

Present tense

Anything you are expressing in present then use any of these sentence structures.

1. Present simple

If you generally do something often then express it in this way.

PERSONSINGULARPLURAL
1ST PERSONI goWe go
2ND PERSONYou goYou go
3RD PERSONHe/she goesThey go
Present simple table

Some example:

  1. I go home after my job.
  2. We play football every day.
  3. You miss the ball.
  4. You hide there.
  5. He comes here every day.
  6. They play here seldom.

Note:

  • All the verb will remain in their first form.
  • In 3rd person singular, we use ‘s’ or ‘es’ after the verb. (example 5)

2. Present continues

If you are generally doing something right at the moment then express it in this way.

Structure: Subject + is/am/are + verb(+ing)

PERSONSINGULARPLURAL
1ST PERSONI am goingWe are going
2ND PERSONYou are goingYou are going
3RD PERSONHe/she is goingThey are going
Present continues table

Some example:

  1. I am going home after my job.
  2. We are playing football every day.
  3. You are doing the assignment.
  4. You are snatching the ball.
  5. He is coming here every day.
  6. They are preparing food.

Note:

  • All the verb will have ‘ing‘ at the end.

3. Present Perfect

If something has just got completed then you can express in this way.

Structure: Subject + has/have + verb(3rd form)

PERSONSINGULARPLURAL
1ST PERSONI have doneWe have done
2ND PERSONYou have doneYou have done
3RD PERSONHe/she has doneThey have done
Present perfect table

Some example:

  1. I have gone there.
  2. We have played football.
  3. You have done the assignment.
  4. You have snatched the ball.
  5. He has come here.
  6. They have prepared food.

Note:

  • All the verb will have in their 3rd forms.

Present perfect continues

If you are generally doing something for a long time now use this structure to express

Structure: Subject + has/have + been + verb(+ing)

PERSONSINGULARPLURAL
1ST PERSONI have been goingWe have been going
2ND PERSONYou have been goingYou have been going
3RD PERSONHe/she has been goingThey have been going
Present continues table

Some example:

  1. I have been going home after my job.
  2. We have been playing football every day.
  3. You have been doing the assignment.
  4. You have been snatching the ball.
  5. He has been coming here every day.
  6. They have been preparing food.

Note:

  • All the verb will have ‘ing‘ at the end.

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