- Everybody shall die.
- Shall we come now?
- The employees shall be on a monthly basis.
(In modern English, WILL is used in most cases except on the above 3 occasions.
- I will do it.
- He will do it.
- They will not come.
(Now you can use WILL on most occasions)
- I would like to tell you something. (Phrases)
- Would you please do me a favour?(Polite expression)
- Would you mind if I smoke? (Polite expression)
- If I were a bird, I would fly. (Hypothetical)
- If I had enough training, I would have got through IELTS with a 7 band score.
- Gandhiji would argue with Nehru.
- He would smoke a lot before his death. (Used to)
- He told me that he would come (Tense Sequence)
- I would rather die, than beg (Preferences)
- You should keep left.
- Should I be given a chance, I shall work diligently.
Have, Has, Had:
- I have a car.
- He has a car.
- They have a car.
- I had a car.
- I have had my lunch.
- I have to get it now.
- I had to go to Kottayam.
- I had a haircut.
Do, Does, Did:
- Lal doesn’t know English.
- Lal and Gopi don’t do Yoga.
- He does not smoke.
- He didn’t go to church.
- Who doesn’t have a car?
- Do they practice yoga?
- Mammotty may come.
- Lal might come.
- Lal might have come.
- I can lift an elephant.
- I could not help him.
- Could you please put me to Miss. Rose?
- Could you please do me a favour?
- You could do that.
- Let it be like that.
- To be or not to be is the question.
- Be here.
- Be good.
- He should be here.
- I will be there.
- It should be done.
- If Veerappan were the P.M., how nice it would have been!
- Be at Casper Academy to be good at arts and science.
- Being a priest, I forgive you.
- It being a holiday let us go for a film.
- The classroom is being painted.
- Having a car attracts overheads.
- Having enough funds, he could sleep well.
- Their work has been fairly good. Having said that, I still think there’s room for improvement.
- We ought to respect our parents.
- I used to smoke when I was in the Gulf.
- She got married.
- He got selected.
- I’ve got it repaired.
- I am getting lots of proposals.
- Bachchan knows how to dance.
- I know little Sanskrit.
- The rich have exploited the poor.
- Everybody/ Nobody/ Each/Every/ Everyone knows English.
(Agreement of verb with subject is important in English)
Adjectives & Adverbs :
Humble Darwin has been quietly leading a simple life in the midst of horrible hooligans, great plotters, grandiose friends, regressive politicians and silly students.
- An apple a day keeps the greedy doctor away.
- I am going to the UK. He is the man.
- Hoarding will affect the availability of staple food.
- The news is shocking.
- I wish I had a car.
- He made me cry.
- One of my Friends has gone to the U.K.
- I look forward to hearing from you.
- First come, first served.
- The earlier the better.
- It being a holiday, why should I come?
(Little, Few, Less, Seldom, Scarcely and rarely mean not enough. They are not totally negative.)
- We know little about the origin of the universe.
- Little knowledge is dangerous.
- I have a little money for you.
- He hardly knows anything. (Little Knowledge)
- Few people attended the meeting.
- Few have understood the Theory of lativity.
- A few people attended the meeting.
- The few people who had gathered there have also vanished.
- Hardly anybody was there for the meeting.
- If I were there, the SI wouldn’t have beaten you.
- You should have told it to me yesterday.
- I should have hit him down.
- I could have helped you if needed.
- Peterson, the innovative trainer, has a passion for English.
- Gandhi, the renowned advocate of Ahimsa, was assassinated.
- Watching too much TV is injurious to health.
- Eating meat will make you rude.
- In the morning
- At night
- At home
- In the long run
- To my mind
- In the meantime
- Let’s keep our fingers crossed.
- I am leaving for good.
- Priya called it a day.
- Let’s have lunch.
- Walking distance.
- In dire need.
- Pay attention.
- Ride a bike.
- She became the leader only because her father was assassinated.
- As I have no wheels, how can I come for the meeting?
- India is booming, while the poor people are being exploited.
- When Veerappan was after money, our bureaucrats are after power and money.
- He has been smoking for five years.
- I have been teaching English for he last 32 years.
- I had been working in the Gulf from 1976 to 1996.
- Gandhi had been assassinated.
- I have been working since March, 08.
- I have been studying here for 3 months.
- He has left for the US.
- But for the fact that I am a woman,
- He told me that he would come.
- I asked him whether he would accompany me.
- Both Kevin and Levin have come.
- Either you go or I will.
- It is too heavy for me to lift.
- The more you eat, the fatter you become.
- Someone killed a mosquito.
- Gopal died.
- Birds fly.
- I saw the saw mill.
- Ice is not good for eyes.
- I saw a sewing machine.