Cosmo English


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Parts of speech

Nouns

Kinds of noun

proper noun

common noun

abstract noun

collective noun

Gender

Case

Singular and plural

irregular plural

Pronouns

personal pronoun

demonstrative pronoun

reflexive pronoun

relative pronoun

interrogative pronoun

Adjective

kinds of adjective

Degree of comparison

Superlative degree

Comparative degree

Positive degree

Gerund

Infinitive with to

The verb to be

The verb to have

Irregular verb

Past participle

Adverbs

Adverbs of place

Adverbs of manner

Adverbs of time,

Adverbs of frequency

Conjunction

Coordinating conjunctions

Subordinating conjunction

Correlating conjunctions

Linking words

Prepositions

preposition of time

Prepositions of place

Interjection

Articles

usage of “the”, “a” and “an”

A Sentence

Assertive Sentences

Interrogative sentences

Imperative sentences

Exclamatory sentences

Negative sentences

Simple sentence

Compound sentence

Complex sentence

Direct object

Indirect object

A Clause

Noun clauses

Adverb clauses

Adjective clauses

If Conditionals

Type 1

Tyoe2

Type 3

Zero conditional

A Phrase

Phrasal verbs

Phrasal verbs with “ go”

Phrasal verbs with “come”

Phrasal verbs with “turn”

Phrasal verbs with “give”

Phrasal verbs with “ take”,

Phrasal verbs “put”

Phrasal verbs “break”

Phrasal verbs with “get”

Modal auxiliaries

The tense

The simple present tense and its uses

The present continuous tense and its uses

The present perfect tense and its uses

The s present perfect continuous tense and its uses

The simple past and its uses

The past continuous and its uses

The past perfect and its uses

The past perfect continuous and its uses

The simple future and its uses

The future continuous and its uses

The future perfect and its uses

The future perfect continuous and its uses.



The active Voice and Passive voice

The Direct and Indirect Speech

Subject Verb Agreement

The Usage of too…to



The usage of so…that

The usage of either…. Or

Usage of neither….nor

The use of since and for

The use of before and after

Usage of not only but also

Usage of former and latter

Prefixes and suffixes

Synonyms and antonyms

Homophones

Punctuation marks

Spelling rules

Idioms

idioms related to human body

Idioms related to animals

proverbs

Contracted forms( short forms)

common mistakes in English

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