One Word Substitutions

ShareTweetSharePin0 Shares One Word Substitutions Part – 2 (Forms of Government) –cracy words and -archy words of One Word Substitutions: The suffixes -cracy and -archy came from Greek.  The meanings of the suffixes are -cracy means ‘power’ and -archy means Read More …

Collective Nouns for Things and Places

Share60TweetSharePin464 Shares Collective Nouns for Things and Places   Given below is a list of commonly used collective nouns for things and places, plants and plant products and food and drinks. Collective Nouns for Things and Places Sl.No. Name of Read More …

Collective Nouns for Animals and Birds

Share4TweetSharePin48 Shares Collective Nouns for Animals and Birds Here is a useful list of collective nouns for animals, birds, and insects which surely will help you to improve your vocabulary in English.       Collective Nouns for Animals  List of Read More …

Collective Nouns for People

Share3TweetSharePin47 Shares Collective Nouns for People Here you find a list of 200 collective nouns for people used for a number or a collection of people. Generally, the collective nouns for people are formed based on occupations, professions, gender, nationality Read More …

Animal Homes

Share65TweetSharePin570 Shares Animal Homes Names of animal homes is an interesting topic in the English language. Like people living in houses, different animals, birds, insects and other persons have specific names of places to live or stay in. For example, Read More …

Animals And Their Babies 

Share55TweetSharePin560 Shares  Animals And Their Babies  How curious and interesting to know the names of animals and their babies like tiger-cub, zebra-colt, pig-pigling, rabbit-bunny, cat-kitten, dog-puppy, cow-calf, lion-cub, and duck-duckling, pigeon-squab, hen-chicken etc., Maybe animals, birds, insects or other things. Read More …

Subject – Verb Agreement

Share120TweetSharePin4124 Shares   The Subject – Verb Agreement (Concord) Generally, every sentence in English Grammar contains a subject and a verb. So the verb should agree with its subject in number (singular or plural) and person (first, second, or third). Read More …