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ENGLISH SKILL FOR PROFESSIONALS

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ENGLISH SKILL FOR PROFESSIONALS
        Past and Past participle
        have as possessive
          have been in talks
          Adverb and Adjective 
          Quality Comparison

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Past and Past participle – 73
have as possessive -72
Have been In talks – 71
Adverb and Adjective – 70
Quality Comparison – 69

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Look at the Following verb forms
Look at the following sentences
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Adjective and Adverb – Comparison
More Sentences with an adverb .
Adverbs too have degrees of comparison .
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Alternative way of comparison
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1  -  This , that Click  post 1
2  -  Basic Grammar Click  Grammarmail .com
3  - This, it, am,is,are Click  post 3
4  -  am, is are, and contractions (aren’t = are not)  Click 4
5  - was,were and preposition (at,in,on –>time,place and  season)  Click 5
6 – will/shall + be    Click 6
7 –  one,ones,its,it’s and that  Click 7
8  -  There is, there are,  there will be  Click 8
9  - Going to , going to be  Click 9
10  - Have/have got , has/has got  Click 10
11 – Had, have,will/shall  + have ………. Click post11
12 – Have/has to  must …….  Click Post12
13 – Have/has + been ………  Click post13
14 – I go, we go, she goes ……  Click post14
15 – I am writing, we are ……..    Click  Post15
16 – She used to  visit ………….. .Click Post 16
17 – Present perfect , I have done… Click Post 17
18 – Vocabulary Introduction -  Click 18  
19 –  Have been, for….since -  Click 19
20 –  Possessives, my, mine -  Click 20
21 –  Subject-Verb Agreement, the soul of English -  Click 21
22 –  Past Tense – Practical usage -  Click 22
23 –  Past Continuous Tense -  Click 23  
24 –  Future Tense  -  Click 24
25 – Modals-1 can, could, able to, may and  might -  Click 25  
26 – Past perfect Tense,   Click 26
27-  would  usage -  Click 27  
28 -  must  usage -  Click 28
29- Practical usage of it’s (1) -  Click 29 
30- Practical usage of it’s (2) -  Click 30
31- If Conditionals -  Click 31
32- Conjunction (1) -  Click 32
33- am is are revised -  Click 33
34- Question Tags in Conversation -  Click 34  
35- Question Tags- 2  -  Click 35
36- Short responses. -  Click 36
37- Question Tags-3.  -  Click 37
38- Additions in talks. -  Click 38
39- Agreement and disagreement. -  Click 39
40- Sarcastic comments. -  Click 40
41- Comparison and Contrast. -  Click 41
42 – Questioning Techniques -1. -   Click 42
43 – Question making Skill -2. -  Click 43
44- Question like Statements – 3. -  Click 44  
45 – Odd Questions in English -  Click 45  
46 – Making Negative Questions -  Click 46  
47-  Common Errors in English -  Click 47  
48- Common Errors in English (2)  Click 48  
49- Prepositions – Time and occasion  Click 49  
50- have has had practical usage  Click 50
51- Tenses in Brief  Click 51  
52- Talking about future  Click 52  
53- Power of passive voice (1)  Click 53  
54- Power of Passive voice (2) -  Click 54  
55 – am is are Revised -  Click 55
56-  am is are Revised (2)  Click 56  
57-  Pronunciation in English  Click 57  
58- Vocabulary Building  Click 58  
59 – Noun > Verb > Adj Interchange  Click 59  
60 – Plurals in English  Click 60  
61- Short forms  Click 61
62- Measurement description  Click 62  
63 – How to greet?  Click 63  
64-  Parting talks  Click 64  
65 – Ability/inability expressions.  Click 65  
66 -  Request  expressions  Click 66  
67 – But as except  Click 67  
68 – Reported Speech  Click 68  
69- Quality Comparison Click 69  
70- Adjective and adverb Click 70  
71 – have been in Talks Click 71  
72 – have as possessive Click 72
Adjective   is a word that describes the quality of a person or thing .
1  -  This , that Click  post 1
2  -  Basic Grammar Click  Grammarmail .com
3  - This, it, am,is,are Click  post 3
4  -  am, is are, and contractions (aren’t = are not)  Click 4
5  - was,were and preposition (at,in,on—-> time,place and  season)  Click 5
6 – will/shall + be    Click 6
7 –  one,ones,its,it’s and that  Click 7
8  -  There is, there are,  there will be  Click 8
9  - Going to , going to be  Click 9
10  - Have/have got , has/has got  Click 10
11 – Had, have,will/shall  + have ………. Click post11
12 – Have/has to  must …….  Click Post12
13 – Have/has + been ………  Click post13
14 – I go, we go, she goes ……  Click post14
15 – I am writing, we are ……..    Click  Post15
16 – She used to  visit ………….. .Click Post 16
17 – Present perfect , I have done… Click Post 17
18 – Vocabulary Introduction -  Click 18  
19 –  Have been, for….since -  Click 19

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