Sentences with more than one object.

When we talk about the object, it is nothing but the part of the sentence on which the action is done. For example, Shyam eats an apple a day. Here Shyam is the subject, eat is the verb and apple is the object. Sometimes, we have more than one object in the sentence....

Can Vs Be Able to

At the first sight, both the terms appear to be the same. For example. I can walk for five km at a stretch. This statement is talking about the present ability. The same statement can be made alternatively using ‘be able to’ I am able to walk for five km at a stretch....

Net Neutrality, Means Equality

There is so much noise now-a-days on the issue called Net Neutrality. What is this net neutrality? Why is this being taken so seriously? As per one estimate, when Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) invited suggestions for net neutrality, there were more than...

Pronouns (Personal Pronouns)

As the name itself suggests, pronouns are the words that are used at the place of noun. In some cases, instead of using name, we always use pronoun. For example when we talk about ourselves, we do not tell our names. We always use ‘I’. Similarly when we address some...

Countable and Uncountable Nouns (Use of Much and Many)

As the name itself suggests, countable nouns are the nouns which we can count and uncountable nouns are those which we can’t count. Let’s see an example to understand this. He has ‘many’ wishes but he doesn’t have ‘much’ patience. As you can see in the first part of...