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Learning English is so easy I assure you will feel confident in English in a very short time just need to follow me so let s start with basic facts
We know that in English there are 26 letters which are divided into two parts on the basis of sounds 
       (1) VOWEL 
       (2) consonant
(1)   pronunciation of VOWEL can be done without taking help of any other letters | in English, there are five vowel  

                                A ,E,I,O ,U 
Apart from these five letters, the rest of  all those letters in English are CONSONANT,
  pronunciation of CONSONANT  can’t be done without taking help of VOWEL,
B,C ,D,F,G ,H ,J ,K ,L,M,N,P,Q,R,S,T,,W,X,Y,Z 
When two or more than two letters are combined together than with this combination has something meaning which is said to be called WORDS 
IN the English language all these words are divided into eight parts which are said PARTS OF SPEECH,
PARTS OF SPEECH –there are 8 parts of speech such as –
⤑(1)  Noun; –Noun is said to whatever we  see and can feel in this world  
for example- Jenifer, the name of any animal, name of any place, name of anything,
⤑(2)  Pronoun –The words are used rather than a noun,
 for example – he ,she ,it ,they ,you,we ,and so on 
⤑ (3) Adjective;- The words which reveal the specification of Noun and Pronoun,
for example –  good ,bad, red,brown ,yellow,small ,tall, etc
⤑(4) Verb;- Verb is said to which represents the work doing /being 
for example – play ,sing ,write,run ,drive,laugh ,etc.
(5) Adverb; -the words which represent the specification of  Adjective and verb,
for example -very well, quickly, fast, etc 
(6) Proposition- word which comes before the noun/pronoun and shows  the relationship of  that noun and pronoun  with another noun and pronoun,
for example – at, in, of, by, with, etc
⤑(7) Conjunction – the words which add the distinct /different sentence together,
for example- and ,but,or, however ,because ,etc ,
⤑(8) Interjection – the words which are used to show the abstract (feeling, emotion, sentiment ),
for example- alas, hurrah, oh, ah, hello, etc  
further, contain soon coming ——-
                         A, AN, THE, is called ARTICLES used before a noun,
for example – A Dog, A MAN, A BOOK etc 
RULE – Article A, AN, always used before Singular Countable noun whereas use of THE is used with  Singular and Plural (noun )for a specific thing 
➽  Article AN is used before if the pronunciation of a singular countable noun starts with VOWEL (sounds),
for example – AN umbrella, an egg, an hour, etc.
➽ Article A is used before if the pronunciation of a singular countable noun starts with CONSONANT (sounds),
 FOR example – A Cup, A School, A Chair, A Lion
➽Articles are not used before UNCOUNTABLE NOUN,
➽Articles are not used before the PLURAL NOUN,

SOME SENTENCES – (Use of A and AN )
This is a pen, that is an umbrella, you are a boy, I am an idiot,  
USE OF THE -Article THE is used with any specific POST, Object or Animal.
2nd other –
the definite article THE is used to refer to persons or things which is already mentioned, or which is clear in any context ;

for example – The Principle, The Cow, The policeman,

There is a book on that table .does the book keep importance to read?

➽use of article THE is done before that thing which is single(one) in this world,

for example – The earth, The sun, the moon, etc.
➽ when the adjective is used as a subj ect then we use THE,
For example- The rich, the poor, the American, etc,
➽if in sentences NOUN+OF+NOUN present then THE is used with the first noun.
 for example- The page of this book, 
                  The student of this school.
➽when any countable noun is used before any first then the use of A and AN, but the same noun are repeated later than we use THE,
FOR example – This is a black pen. The Pen is new,

  DIALOGUE OVER ARTICLES. learn English from basics

ELIOT; Listen, brother!  look what I have brought!

Brother; what’s that? oh, a nice pen .isnot so costly, is it?

Eliot; no, brother.as I went to the market I saw their crowd of peoples were buying a lot of pens so I also brought this pen for you!

Brother; so nice of you, why did you go to the market?

Eliot; I went to the market in order to meet my girlfriend called me there as had to buy some clothes.

Brother; ah, so you went to get her a cloth? where did you get money from?

Eliot; Yeah, actually I told her to buy her new clothes as a birthday gift, and I snatched money $ from your pocket brother!

Brother; many times I have told you not to burgle money from my pocket if you need money you can inform me,

Eliot; I am sorry brother, I really was not in a condition to put this concern before you, but  from now I will inform you at the real time of need money,

You are the principle of this school,
This is the man of that house,
my brother is not a good artist,
your father is a journalist,
he is an engineer,
               ➤ACTION SENTENCES
as we know that we need a verb is to speak, means of the verb is related to something work,
for example –  read ,write ,sing ,speak ,etc.
verb contains five forms( v1 ,v2,v3,v4,v5 ) 
but mainly two types of the verb is 
 main verb    
helping verb 
both these types of verb containing five forms,
but in English, we need to learn  helping verb to speak distinct kind of sentences 
 so this helping verb is of two kinds,
                                                               ➦ primary helping verb 
                                                               ➥model helping verb 
                                        for example – should, may, will, shall, is, am, are, was, were, do, have, and so on okay, let’s learn to use these sentences, there are four kinds of sentence,
                (1) Assertive sentence
                (2) Interrogative sentence 
                (3)Imperative sentence
                 (4) Exclamatory sentence 
now we consider all these forms of the sentence,
                                    (1) Assertive sentence

              subject +helping verb +verb form +object .
                              i        + am                 +singing       + a book 
                             i am singing a song ,
                                                                                (2) Interrogative sentence                                        helping verb +subject + verb form +object .
                               are           +you       +reading      +a book
                         are you reading a book . 

                        (3)Imperative sentence -basically imperative sentence said to be where command and order emerge
give me glass water,        go away,      
v1                  v2                       v3  

come                              came                                            come 
Rise                                rose                                             risen 
go                                 went                                              gone
take                               took                                             taken
travel                           traveled                                        traveled
drive                           drove                                          driven
work                          worked                                    worked
meet                              met                                        met
speak                         spoke                                       spoken
make                            made                                        made
see                                 saw                                         seen
tell                                  told                                        told
say                               said                                          said
sleep                               slept                                    slept
send                                 sent                                sent
know                             knew                                   known
start                              started                                   started
become                        became                                 become
begin                           began                                   begun
fall                                   fell                                     fallen
forget                  &n bsp;         forgot                                  forgotten
lose                               lost                                    lost
sell                                sold                                       sold
wear                               wore                                  worn
win                                won                                    won