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Noun + Preposition Combinations

Tue May 29, 2018 8:00 pm by Mohammad Ahmad

Noun + Preposition Combinations
 a check for (an amount of money)
He gave me a check for $100
 a demand for
There's a huge demand for affordable housing.
 a need for
This country has a real need for trustworthy leaders.
 a reason for
There's no reason for such bad behavior.
 credit for
I have to give her credit for doing a great job.
 a preference for
I have a preference …

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Yet & still

Sun May 27, 2018 3:29 pm by Mohammad Ahmad

Yet and still – comparison study
Both of them are adverbs of time
Yet is an adverb normally is placed after verb or after verb + object:
He hasn't finished (his breakfast) yet. (Usually at the end of the sentence)
But if the object consists of a large number of words, yet can be placed before or after the verb:
He hasn 't yet applied/applied yet for the job we told him about.
Still is an …

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Tenses sequence

Sun May 27, 2018 3:28 pm by Mohammad Ahmad

Tenses sequence
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English sentence maybe consisted of one clause usually is called the main clause or it is consisted of main clause and one or two or more clauses which are called the subordinate clauses or the secondary clauses.
In another way, the main clause also is named the independent clause and the secondary …

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