Grammar
Subject and Predicate
1. A group of words that makes complete sense is called a sentence.

2. The naming part is called the subject and what we say about the subject is called the predicate.
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Countable and uncountable Nouns
Countable nouns are those nouns which have singular & plural forms. The singular form is used to refer to one person or thing, and the plural form is used to refer to more than one person or thing. For example:
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Pronoun
If pronoun is a word that is used in place of a noun. The important pronouns are:

1. Personal Pronouns: The words I , you, he , she, it, we & they are called personal pronouns. They take the place of words for people, animals, places or things.
Ex.
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Adjectives
An adjective usually describes a noun or pronoun and it is used either before a noun or after a lining verb. Examples: Big, small, beautiful, interesting etc.
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Articles
The indefinite article ‘A’ / ‘An’
A / An is used before a singular countable noun. We use ‘a’ in front of a word that begins with a consonant sound and ‘an’ in front of a word that begins with a vowel sound.
A Book An Apple
A Pen An Eye
An old book
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