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Structures Of Tenses Basic Tenses Rules English Learning Lesson 3

Structures Of Tenses Basic Tenses Rules English Learning Lesson 3

10- to-infinitive after easy, difficult, challenging, impossible, etc.

Subject + verb — Adjective — to-infinitive, etc.

(i) The food is — difficult — to digest.

(ii) This medicine is — pleasant — to take.

(iii)This book is — easy — to read

(iv) This rug is — difficult — to wash

(v) His actions are — impossible — to justify

(vi) The subject is — hard — to understand

(vii)His speech was — difficult — to follow

11- too + adjective/adverb + to-infinitive,

Subject + verb — too + Adjective/ Adverb — to-infinitive, etc.

(i) She is — too proud — to listen to me.

(ii) The boy is — too lazy — to work.

(iii) He worked — too slowly — to be of much use to me.

(iv) She is — too weak — to carry the box.

(v) I am — too busy — to attend the party.

(vi) He talks — too fast — to be understood.

(vii) My sister is — too young — to go to school.

12- Adjective/Adverb + enough + to-infinitive

Subject + verb — Adjective/ Adverb + enough — to-infinitive etc.

(i) He is — tall enough — to reach the picture.

(ii) She is — stupid enough — to believe us.

(iii) She is — strong enough — to carry the box.

(iv) He is — clever enough — to understand it.

(v) The police ran — fast enough — to catch the burglar.

(vi) You are — old enough — to know better.

(vii) She was hit — hard enough — to be knocked down.

13- So + adjective/Adverb + that-clause

Subject + Verb — so + adjective/ adverb — that-clause

(i) He was — so furious — that he couldn’t speak.

(ii) He walked — so quickly — that we couldn’t catch him up.

(iii) I was — so tired — that I couldn’t walk any further.

(iv) It is –so dark — that I can see nothing.

(v) He talks — so fast — that you can hardly follow him.

(vi) The box fell — so heavily — that it was broken.

(vii) It was — so hot — that we had to postpone our trip.

Structures Of Tenses Basic Tenses Rules English Learning Lesson 2

14- Patterns of exclamatory sentences

(i) What + (adjective +) noun (+ subject + verb)

What(+Adjective+) Noun — (Subject +Verb)

(i) What a (large) nose — he has!

(ii) What beautiful music — they are playing!

(iii). What a pity!

(iv) What a charming girl — (she is)!

(v) What a lovely garden — (it is)!

(vi). What a good idea!

(vii) What a terrible noise!

(viii)What a fool — you are!

15- HOW + Adjective/Adverb + Subject + Verb

How +Adjective/Adverb — Subject +Verb

(i) How tall — you have grown!

(ii) How well — she dances!

(iii)How quickly — the holiday has passed!

(iv) How charming — she is!

(v) How lovely — the garden is!

(vi) How clever — you are!

(vii)How sweet — the song is 1

16- Conditionals : type 1 (open condition)

If-clause Simple Present — Main clause Will shall +plain infinitive

(i) If he runs all the time — he can – get there in time.

(ii) If her uncle arrives — she may not come with you.

(iii)If you hit the dog — it will bite you.

(iv) If you study hard — you will get the first class.

(v) If it rains — we shall postpone our picnic.

(vi) If I find the pen — I shall give it to you.

Conditionals of this type describe that something will happen if a specific condition is

fulfilled. The state may or may not be fulfilled.