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2.5 Advanced Topics
Active Voice & Passive Voice :
- When the subject stands for door of the action, the verb said to be in active voice.
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Degrees of Comparison :
- It refers to one, two, more than two nouns used to describing person, place and thing.
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One-Word Substitutes :
- It indicates itself as word that replace a group of words or a full sentence.
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- A word opposite in meaning to another.
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- Some words have somewhat similar pronunciations but have different spellings and of course, different meaning.
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- Synonyms that means exactly or nearly the same as another word.
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Prefix and Suffix :
- A word, letter, or number placed before another.
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Idioms and Phrases :
- Idioms is said to be as established by usage and not immediately from the word used. Phrase is said a group of words forming conceptual unit not a sentence.
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- A figure of speech.
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Short Forms :
- It consists a group of letters taken from the word or phrase.
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- It means placing stops at all the necessary places in our composition or correspondence.
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Direct & Indirect speech :
- When we report the substance of what was said without quoting the exact words.
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Figure of speech :
- A figure of speech it is a device by speakers and writers an idea more effectively and to decorate their style.
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Question Tags :
- A mini question a tagged to the end of a sentence.
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Question and Answer :
- To be or declare oneself responsible or accountable.
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Sentence Formation :
- Sentence is a group of words that makes complete sense, that is, whose meaning.
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