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Easy Pace Learning Grammar Similarly in this sentence, the preposition "in" introduces a prepositional phrase "in his office," which acts as an adverb describing the location of the missing papers. Conjunction You can use a conjunction to link words, phrases, and clauses, as in the following example: I ate the pizza and the pasta. Call the movers when you are ready. Coordinating Conjunctions You use a coordinating conjunction ("and," "but," "or," "nor," "for," "so," or "yet") to join individual words, phrases, and independent clauses. Note that you can also use the conjunctions "but" and "for" as prepositions. In the following sentences, each of the highlighted words is a coordinating conjunction: Lilacs and violets are usually purple. In this example, the coordinating conjunction "and" links two nouns. This movie is particularly interesting to femi…

Basic Grammar Book 2 pdf

1 Nouns7–23 Common Nouns 7 Proper Nouns 8 Singular Nouns 11 Plural Nouns 11 Collective Nouns 17 Masculine and Feminine Nouns 20 The Possessive Form of Nouns 22  2 Pronouns24–31 Personal Pronouns 24 Reflexive Pronouns 26 Possessive Pronouns 27 Demonstrative Pronouns 27 Interrogative Pronouns 28 Indefinite Pronouns 28  3 Adjectives32–43 Kinds of Adjectives 32 The Order of Adjectives 33 Adjective Endings 35 Describing What Something Is Made of 37 The Comparison of Adjectives 39 Adjective Phrases 42  4 Determiners44–51 The Articles 44 Using Nouns without Articles 45 Demonstrative Determiners 46 Quantifying Determiners 47 Interrogative Determiners 49 Possessive Determiners 49 Numbers 50 Using Determiners Together 50   5 VerbsandTenses52–87 Subject and Verb Agreement 52 Transitive and Intransitive Verbs 55 The Simple Present Tense 58 am, is and are 59 there is and there are 60 The Present Progressive Tense 63 The Simple Past Tense 65 was and were 66 Irregular Verbs 67 The Past Progressive Te…