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Book Name : Compendium General English

Author : Dr.Jain

Publication : Upkar Prakashan

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Table of Contents
1. Some Basic Concepts

  • Letters, Syllables, Phrases and Sentences
  • Kinds of Sentences
  • Parts of Speech

2. Syntax

  • Agreement of the Verb with the Subject
  • Some Exceptions
  • Collective Noun and the Verb
  • Some Typical Nouns and the Verb
  • Relative Pronoun and the Verb
  • Numeral Expressions and the Verb
  • Quantitative Expressions and the Verb
  • Verb ‘to be’ and the Complement
  • Nouns/Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives

3. Articles

  • Kinds of Articles
  • Forms of Indefinite Article : ‘a’ or ‘an’
  • Uses of Indefinite Article
  • Uses of Definite Article
  • Omission of Articles
  • Position of Articles

4. Nouns

  • Formation of Genders
  • Conversion of Numbers
  • Formation of Possessive Case
  • Correct Use of Nouns : Rules

5. Pronouns

  • Forms of Pronouns
  • Correct Use of Pronouns : Personal Pronouns
  • Pronoun ‘It’/’This’
  • Relative Pronouns
  • Compound Relative Pronouns
  • Omission of Relative Pronouns
  • Reflexive Pronouns
  • Interrogative Pronouns

6. Adjectives

  • Kinds of Adjectives
  • Position of Adjectives
  • Degrees of Adjectives
  • Correct Use of Adjectives : Positive Degree Adjectives
  • Comparative Degree Adjectives
  • Superlative Degree Adjectives
  • Some Other Typical Adjectives

7. Adverbs

  • Kinds of Adverbs
  • Degrees of Adverbs
  • Position of Adverbs
  • Some Typical Adverbs
  • Some Common Rules

8. Prepositions

  • Forms of Preposition
  • Functional Types of Preposition
  • Use of Prepositions : Their Place
  • Omission of Preposition
  • Wrong Use of Prepositions
  • Some Typical Prepositions
  • Preposition + Gerund
  • The Same Word followed by Different Prepositions
  • Different Forms of Words followed by Different Prepositions 155
  • List of Appropriate Prepositions
    • (a) Nouns followed by Prepositions
    • (b) Adjectives and Participles followed by Prepositions
    • (c) Verbs followed by Prepositions

9. Conjunctions

  • Correlative Conjunctions
  • Uses of Conjunctions
  • Functional Conjunctions

10. Verbs

  • Kinds of Verbs
  • Auxiliary/Modal Verbs : Their Functions
  • Verbs ‘To be’ : Am, Is, Are, Was, Were.
  • Have/Has/Had
  • May/Might
  • Can/Could
  • Shall/Should, Will/Would
  • Must/Ought
  • Need/Needn’t
  • Dare/Daren’t
  • Used to
  • Two Auxiliaries and Principal Verb

 

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