What are nouns in English language?

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Hello people, welcome to our English learning series. In our previous lessons on how you can start English learning online, we looked in details into clauses as well as the type of clauses. Today we will be looking at the noun. The noun is one of the most common parts of speech. Basically, nouns play the function of naming people, things, and even places. Yes, nouns are that diverse. So when we talk about the names of people like Juliet, Barry, Brany, Rabul, Ahmed, these are all nouns. Also w...
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Understanding Adverb Clauses

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An adverb clause just like the adjective clause still modifies. However in the case of Adverb clauses, what is modified is the verb, adjective or even an adverb. The adverb clause could also come as a group of words. Together, the group of word plays the role of an adverb. If you remember in our previous lesson, we pointed out in the same way, that the adjective clause is introduced with a subordinator (otherwise known as a subordinating conjunction). The subordinator just in the same way per...
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Understanding Adjective Clauses

Adjective clauses
Hello, welcome to our teaching series where you can learn English online. Today in continuation of our previous lessons on knowing the clause, we will be looking at adjective clauses. Previously we talked of the noun clause which does the work of a noun and can replace the noun in the sentence. Adjectives clauses, first of all, are dependent clauses. From our previous lessons (please check previous blog posts), we learnt that dependent clauses need the main clause to complete their meaning he...
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How far have we learned about clauses?

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So far we have been trying to get ourselves into what clauses are about in our teaching series of learning English online. We have talked about the main clause, the subordinate clause, simple sentence, compound and complex sentence. In this session, we are going to revise the previous lessons with more practices. A strong understanding of this is essential before we move any further. So let us revise our types of sentences.   We will be starting with the Simple Sentence The ...
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Understanding the place of the subordinate clause

Subordinate clause
In our previous lesson, we talked about main clauses, simple sentences, and compound sentences. Just to refresh our mind, the main clauses sends a complete message on its own. An example of the main clause is: He loves playing football. A simple sentence consists of only one main clause hence while a compound sentence consists of two main clauses. An example here is: He loves playing football and he loves reading. The second main clause is "he loves reading". Both main clauses are connect...
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Understanding the place of the subordinate clause

Subordinate clause
In our previous lesson, we talked about main clauses, simple sentences, and compound sentences. Just to refresh our mind, the main clauses sends a complete message on its own. An example of the main clause is: He loves playing football. A simple sentence consists of only one main clause hence while a compound sentence consists of two main clauses.   An example here is: He loves playing football and he loves reading. The second main clause is "he loves reading". Both main clauses are c...
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What is a clause in English language?

Clauses
Today we will be delving into clauses in English language. Most generally when we are classifying sentences, it depends on the kind of clauses these sentences have. This makes it important for you to have an idea of clauses. But then you can be asking what really is a clause?   A clause is sentence or groups of words that contain a subject and a verb. We already have an idea of what a subject is. Truth is, clauses are the building blocks of English language.   The girl is g...
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