FPSC, PPSC, NTS, OTS, STS, PTS, English Grammar, Synonyms, Antonyms, Sentence Structure Test Preparation Material
Part of the English grammar
A word like table, dog, teacher, America, etc. A noun is the name of an object, concept,
person or place A “concrete name” is something that can be seen or touched as a person or
car. An “abstract name” is something you can not see or touch as a decision or
happiness. A “countable name” is something you can count on (for example: bottle,
song, dollar). An “uncountable name” is something that can not be counted (for example:
Water, music, money).
In the active voice, a name or its equivalent that receives the action of the verb. In
Passive voice, a name or equivalent that performs the action of the verb.
The forms of verbs and life forms. The form -ing is called “present participle”. The -ed
The module is called “past participle”
Part of the speech
One of the eight kinds of words in English: noun, verb, adjective, adverb, pronoun,
preposition, conjunction and interjection.
In the passive voice, the subject receives the action of the verb (for example, the President was
A word like at, to, in, over etc. Prepositions usually come before a name and give
Information about things like time, place and address.
A word like me, me, you, him, him, him, etc. A pronoun replaces a name.
A group of words that express a thought. A sentence conveys a sentence, asks,
exclamation point or order A sentence contains or implies a subject and a predicate. in
simple terms, a sentence must contain a verb and (usually) a subject. Start a sentence
with an uppercase letter ending in a dot (.), a question mark (?) or a complete exclamation mark
Each sentence contains (or implies) two parts: a subject and a predicate. The subject is
the main name (or equivalent) in a sentence about which something is said.
A word like (a) work, (a) love, (a) beginning. A verb describes an action or a state.