Joining of sentences using adverbs

Joining sentences with adverbs is very easy. There are some rules for joining sentences. I have mentioned the rules and given some examples of joining sentences below. If we ask the question “VERB” with “How”, the answer will be ADVERB. And joining is done by putting that Adverb in the right place in a sentence. […]


JOINING OF SENTENCES USING ADJECTIVE If you ask the noun and pronoun with “how”, the answer is “ADJECTIVE”. Joining is done by putting that Adjective in the right place in a sentence. Example of joining with “Adjective” # I have a cow. It is black. =>I have a black cow. The explanation of joining with […]

Joining with Nominative Absolute in simple way

Joining of sentences using Nominative Absolute Definition of Nominative Absolute A nominative absolute is a noun phrase. It begins or ends a sentence. There is no grammatical connection with the rest of the sentence. Most nominative absolutes contain a participle that modifies the noun or pronoun. Joining with Nominative Absolute If we notice that after completing a […]

Joining with Past Participle

Joining of sentences with past participle Past Participle means (V-3). Joining is done putting the Past Participle Word before the Noun that will have Past Participle in two or more sentences. # The mango is rotten. Throw it through the window. Throw the rotten mango through the window. Explanation of the process of joining with […]