Contractions in English Grammar – Easy Learning English

Contractions in English Grammar – Easy Learning English

Grammar – Easy Learning English – ELE

Contractions in English Grammar – Easy Learning English (ELE)

I’m is short for I am. You’re is short for you are.

Therefore, we say, I’m is just contraction for I am.

And you’re is also just contraction for you are.

So, contraction means the process of becoming smaller.

What’s the contraction for a verb? Yes, V is a contraction for the verb.

What’s the contraction for a noun? Yes, N is a contraction for the noun.

What’s the contraction for an adjective? Yes, adj is a contraction for the adjective.

📖 for example:

Point (v): we know this word is a verb.

Point (n): and this word is a noun too.

Red (adj): this word is an adjective.

Red (n): it is also a noun too.

What’s the benefit of knowing this a word?

If you want to understand well a sentence and translate it better into your language, you need to recognize these things.

📖 for example:

at the word of Red, it is being used as an adjective in the following words and sentences:

/ red car / red shirt / red rose / red lips / red bottle

He has a red car. She wears a beautiful red shirt every day.

I have a red apple in my right hand and you have a red apple in your left hand.

But if you use red as a noun, it has quite a :

The company has gone broke and is .

it would mean the company has major financial problems and doesn’t mean that the company is the red color.

So, recognizing information about a word helps us to have a of its meaning

and also gives you a good ability for translating it into your , too.

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