Direct and Indirect Object: How to Find and Use Them

Starting Line: To understand a longer sentence (with Transitive Verb) clearly, Locating and knowing the Object is very essential next to Subject and Verb. Again, Object is of two kinds—Direct and Indirect object. Without recognizing these two kinds of Objects, it is difficult to handle a sentence accurately aiming to serve a definite purpose. So,…

Passive Voice: How to change Active Voice into Passive and Passive Voice into Active

Starting Line: In this post, we are going to bring out a presentation on Passive Voice. To express feeling right way, we have to make sentences in passive voice all in Formal and Informal language. There are some situations where we cannot but use passive form. Also there are other fields where using Passive voice…

Subject And Object in English Grammar

Subject And Object in English Grammar [Level-1] Jump to→ Level-2 Level-3 Subject and Object “Subject + Verb + Object" (SVO) is the basic sentence structure in English language. Here Subject (S) comes before Verb and Object (O) after the Verb. The position of Subject and Object is well-presented in the following table— John writes a…