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    • http://sscportal.in Online Coaching by SSCPORTAL Staff Selection Commission Combined Graduate Level [Tier-1] Subject : English Language and Comprehension Chapter: Parts of Speech Part-2 © SSCPORTAL.IN SSC EXAM Online Coaching
    • http://sscportal.in English Language and Comprehension Parts of Speech/Sentence Agreement of the Verb With the Subject: A Detailed Discussion:„Verb-Subject‟ agreement plays a very important role in English Grammar. Even those who enjoy a good command over the language, sometimes commit mistakes. In the following discussion, we have given sixteen rules that teach the verb-subject agreement. © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
    • http://sscportal.in English Language and Comprehension Parts of Speech/Sentence Rule 1 : If two or more singular nouns are joined by and, the verb used will be plural. Examples : (i) He and I were going to the market. (ii) Ram and Mohan are friends. © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
    • http://sscportal.in English Language and Comprehension Parts of Speech/Sentence Adverb:An Adverb is a word that qualifies (i) a verb; (ii) an adjective; (iii) another adverb; (iv) a preposition. Examples : He runs fast. In this sentence, the word fast is an adverb because it qualifies the verb runs. She is quite an intelligent girl. In this sentence, the word quite is an adverb because it qualifies the adjective intelligent. © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
    • http://sscportal.in English Language and Comprehension Parts of Speech/Sentence Some Important Facts About Adverbs:An adverb can qualify not merely individual words, but an entire assertive sentence. In this case, it must stand first in the sentence. Examples : Unfortunately, the thief was not caught. Evidently, you were much distressed at the news. © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
    • http://sscportal.in English Language and Comprehension Parts of Speech/Sentence Kinds of Adverbs:According to their use, adverbs are subdivided into three classes :  Simple  Interrogative  Relative © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
    • http://sscportal.in English Language and Comprehension Parts of Speech/Sentence Simple Adverbs:Simple adverbs are used to modify the meaning of a verb, an adjective or an adverb. These can be distinguished from one another by their meanings.  Time (Which shows when) 1. He will soon arrive.  Place (Which shows where) 1. We must rest here. He went there. © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
    • http://sscportal.in English Language and Comprehension Parts of Speech/Sentence Simple Adverbs: Frequency (Which shows how often) 1. He always stood by his master.  Manner, Quality or State (Which shows how or in what manner) 1. She spoke loudly.  Quantity, Extent or Degree (Which shows how much or in what degree or to what extent) 1. She is quite an intelligent girl. © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
    • http://sscportal.in English Language and Comprehension Parts of Speech/Sentence Simple Adverbs: 1.  1. Affirming or Denying He did not come after all. Reason I fell off my bicycle, hence the bruises. © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
    • http://sscportal.in English Language and Comprehension Parts of Speech/Sentence Interrogative Adverbs:This is the name given to those adverbs that are used for asking questions.  Time 1. When do you intend to pay him?  Place 1. Whether are you going?  Number/Frequency 1. How often does he visit you? © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
    • http://sscportal.in English Language and Comprehension Parts of Speech/Sentence Interrogative Adverbs:Manner, Quality or State 1. How are you today? (In what state of health)  Quantity or Degree 1. How far was the statement true? (to what extent)  Cause or Reason 1. Why did you do this‟? (for what reason) © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
    • http://sscportal.in English Language and Comprehension Parts of Speech/Sentence Relative Adverbs:Relative adverbs are the same in form as interrogative adverbs, but instead of asking questions, they join two sentences together. These adverbs are called relative for two reasons- (1) because they relate to some antecedent, understood or expressed; (2) because they are formed from relative pronouns. © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
    • http://sscportal.in English Language and Comprehension Parts of Speech/Sentence Types of Adverb:Adverb of Time : This shows when an action or something is done or happens. It answers the question “When?” It is either placed at the beginning or at the end of a sentence. Adverb of Place : This shows where an action or something is done or happens. It answers the question “Where?” It is placed after the verb. Adverb of Manner : This shows how an action or something is done. It answers the question “How?” It is usually placed just after the verb. © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
    • http://sscportal.in English Language and Comprehension Parts of Speech/Sentence Types of Adverb:Adverb of Degree or Quantity : This answers the questions, “To what degree?” or “How much?” It is usually placed before the adjective and the adverb. Adverb of Frequency : This answers the question “How often?” Affirmative Adverb (yes) and Adverb of negation (No) Example : yes, surely, certainly, indeed, by all means, no, not at all, by no means. © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
    • http://sscportal.in English Language and Comprehension Parts of Speech/Sentence Types of Adverb:Interrogative Adverb (Question) Example : When? Where? How? Why? How much/often? Relative Adverb : when, where, how, why These words are the same in form as Interrogative Adverb; but they are not questions. Example : The time when he arrived. / The scene where the accident occurred. / He knows how to do it. / The reason why he left. © 2014 SSCPORTAL .IN Join Online Coaching Click Here
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