1.An interrogative pronoun is a pronoun which is used to make asking questions easy. There are just five interrogative pronouns. Each one is used to ask a very specific question or indirect question.
2.What – Used to ask questions about people or objects.
3.Which – Used to ask questions about people or objects.
4.Who – Used to ask questions about people
5.Whom – This interrogative pronoun used to ask questions about people
6.Whose – Used to ask questions about people or objects, always related to possession
1.Verb is a word that tells or asserts something about a person or thing.
2.A Verb is a word used to tell or assert something about some person or thing
3.The boy kicks the football." - The action denoted by the verb kicks passes over from the doer or subject boy to some Object football. The verb kicks is, therefore, called a Transitive Verb.
4."The boy laughs loudly." - The action denoted by the verb laughs stops with the doer or Subject boy and does not pass over to an Object, The verb laughs is, therefore, called an Intransitive Verb
1.Find the subject (the main character of the sentence). Find the main verb (the action that the sentence identifies). Examine the relationshipbetween the subject and main verb.
2.Does the subject perform the action of the main verb? (If so, the sentence is active.) Does the subject sit there while something else — named or unnamed — performs an action on it? (If so, the sentence is passive.)
3.The subject of an active voice sentence performs the action of the verb: “I throw the ball.”
4.The subject of a passive voice sentence is still the main character of the sentence, but something else performs the action: “The ball is thrown by me.
|The cat killed the mouse.||The mouse was killed by the cat|
|The man cut down the tree.||the tree was cut down by the man|
|Columbus discovered America.||America was discovered by columbus|
|His teacher praised him||He was praised by his teacher|
|The boy teased the dog.||The dog was teased by the boy|
|He was praised by his father.||his father praised him|
|The first railway was built by George Stephenson.||george stephenson built the first railway|
|The horse was frightened by the noise.||The noise frightened the horse|
|Not a word was spoken by Latif.||Latif didnot speak a word|
|The road was lined with people.||People lined the road|