Types of a Sentence according to structure and meaning with examples. What is a sentence? A sentence consists of two or more words and conveys a complete sense. It can be a statement, order or a question.
We can use the following structures to do so : NOT .... OR .... /NOT .... , NOR .../NOT... NEITHER . NEITHER ... NOR .../NOT... AND NEITHER ... / NOT ... AND NOR ../NOT .... , .... , OR ..../ NEITHER...NOR... (NOR...)#c1advanced# #c2proficiency# Cambridge English. Advanced grammar - grammaire anglaise avancée - Gramática inglesa avanzada - fortgeschrittene englische Grammatik - προηγμένη αγγλική γραμματική -zaawansowana gramatyka języka angielskiego - ngữ pháp tiếng anh nâng cao
We can sometimes mix unreal conditional sentences. To form mixed conditional, we are going to mix 2nd and 3rd conditionals. One part of the sentence is about the past the other is about the present. Have a look at the table below.
THAT'S WHY vs THAT'S BECAUSE What's the difference between "that's why" and "that's because"? Have a look at this grammar sheet to find out. #B2First #c1advanced #cambridgeenglishexams #keywordtransformation
30 Normal English to Advanced English Sentences. These English sentences will help English learners sound more native and will improve their English speaking to an advanced level. Normal English to Advanced English Normal English Advanced English Urdu Translation Let’s start. Let’s kick off چلیں شروع کرتے ہیں۔ I am leaving I am off میں چلتا […]
Are you thinking of taking the Cambridge English : C1 Advanced exam? The table below shows at a glance the different parts of each paper (Use of English, Reading, Writing, Listening & Speaking). It also lists the knowledge and skills tested in each part of the exam and includes links to download very useful resources to help you pass the different parts of this test.