Collective Nouns Explained with Examples
Collective nouns examples
A collective noun is used to name a group of persons, animals, or things. Buzzle provides a few examples of collective nouns along with a list of the most commonly used ones.
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Explanation of Possessive Pronouns with Examples
Possessive pronouns
A possessive pronoun is a type of pronoun that denotes ownership. Buzzle teaches you how to use them in sentences as well as lists possessive pronouns in French, Spanish, and Italian.
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Explanation of Reflexive Pronouns with Examples
Reflexive pronoun with example
Reflexive pronouns like myself, yourself, ourselves, etc., are used to refer to the subject in a sentence. Buzzle lists all the reflexive pronouns in English, as well as in Spanish, French, and German.
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Explanation of Personal Pronouns with Easy Examples
Personal pronouns
Personal pronouns refer to a particular person or thing. Buzzle explains this type of pronoun in detail with the help of easy examples, as well as lists the ones in French, Spanish, Latin, and German.
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Learn How to Use Interrogative Pronouns With the Help of Examples
Interrogative pronouns examples
The interrogative pronouns like who, which, what, etc., are used to ask questions. Buzzle explains their usage with example sentences, and enlists the various interrogative pronouns in German, French, Spanish, and Latin.
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Understanding Positive and Negative Connotative Words with Examples
Positive and negative connotative words with examples
The terms 'connotation' and 'denotation' refer to ways of describing the meaning of words. While the former refers to the positive or negative association that the words carry, the latter is the literal definition or the dictionary...
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Explanation of Complex Sentences with the Help of Examples
Explanation and example of complex sentences
A group of words comprising a subject and a predicate, a simple sentence conveys a complete idea. It consists of a main or independent clause. Sentences that have a main clause and one or more dependent clauses are called complex...
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Metathesis Explained With Examples
Example of metathesis
Metathesis refers to the rearranging of words or sounds in a sentence, i.e., words/sounds that appear in a particular order are flipped/reversed to form another related word form. This Buzzle post explains metathesis with examples.
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A Helpful Guide to Spanish Pronouns
Spanish pronouns
There are a variety of pronouns in Spanish that are used differently in different contexts. Buzzle here provides you with a helpful guide to Spanish pronouns.
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Adjective Clause: Definition and Examples
Adjective clause examples
An adjective clause modifies the noun in the main clause and appears right after it in a sentence. Buzzle will give you a brief definition of the adjective clause along with some examples.
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Linking Verbs
What exactly are linking verbs? How do you identify them? Read to find all the answers...
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Correct Grammar Usage
In order to learn a language, one should be fully aware of its grammar rules. A knowledge of correct grammar, punctuation and syntax is essential for all those who wish to learn any language. This article will deal with grammar in...
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Basic English Grammar Rules
With English being the third-most spoken language in the world today, it is best to brush up your knowledge of the language. In this Buzzle article, we take you back to your school days, where you learned the basic rules of English...
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What are Direct and Indirect Objects?
How can indirect and direct objects be identified in sentences? This articles throws light on this matter and explain both concepts in detail, with examples.
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Antecedent Examples
Technicality is an important aspect of the English language (spoken or written), which is usually overlooked. Here, we identify antecedents by looking at some antecedent examples, as one of the many technical aspects that make up...
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Comma Splice Example
Comma splice is a common mistake made by most people who write in the English language. Here, we try to understand what a comma splice is with the help of a few examples. Take a look.
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Complete Subject
What is a complete subject? How is it different from a simple subject? How to identify it? If you are looking for an answer to any of these questions, keep reading ahead to find precise answers.
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Semicolon Vs Colon
Semicolon and colon usage is one of the most confusing grammar lessons for students. Get your doubts cleared by reading this example-based comparison.
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What is a Predicate
What is a predicate? What role does it play in the formation of a grammatically correct sentence? Let's find out.
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Types of Nouns
Nouns are a very pivotal part of the English language. No message, conversation, or expression can be complete without a noun as the subject. However, people often have issues in understanding them. This article explains the...
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When to Use a Comma
It is essential to know correct grammar rules if you wish to avoid some of the most obvious mistakes while writing. Here are the rules of using a comma in different cases.
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Rules for Using A Hyphen
While it seems simple and obvious, the usage of hyphens can be surprisingly complicated, and can go wrong at the most unexpected junctures. To insure against such an eventuality, read on to learn more about how and where to use a...
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What is a Verb
Verbs are an irreplaceable components of the English language. Read on to know more about this crucial part of speech...
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What is an Antecedent
If you are a literature student, then you must be knowing what an antecedent is. If not, then this article presents some examples of antecedents along with an explanation that might help you.
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What is a Pronoun?
This article gives the definition and types of pronouns, along with examples to help you understand the concept better. Here's more...
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Passive Voice and Active Voice
Identifying passive voice and active voice is easy, but sometimes, people may find it difficult to do so. This article is aimed at removing any doubts that you may have about them.
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When to Use an Apostrophe
Always confused over the apostrophe phenomenon? Don't be surprised, for it's one of the most common grammatical errors, and can be fixed easily. Here's what you need to know...
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Use of Colon
The correct use of colon seems to baffle people even though it has only one major use. The following article will cover the rules regarding the usage of this punctuation mark.
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When to Use Whom
'Who' is right? It depends on 'whom' you ask! Confused? To clear your confusion, read this article to find out the proper use of whom, who, and whoever in a sentence.
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Parts of Speech
There are 8 parts of speech recognized by English grammar. Each has a specific function in a sentence. It is discussed below:
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Spanish Grammar
Spanish is spoken by more than 400 million people around the world. It isn't too difficult to learn if the right method is followed. Here's something that can be of help...
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Teaching English As A Second Language
If you are in the very noble profession of teaching English, you will also appreciate the difficulties involved in the job. Here are some original ideas with regards to how you can make the learning effective and fun.
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Understanding the Structure of a Periodic Sentence with Examples
Periodic sentence example
Periodic sentences add emphasis and structural variety by presenting the central thought in the form of a main clause at the end of the sentence. Buzzle presents the structure, definition, and examples of periodic sentences to help...
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Hilarious Use of Punctuation that will Drive You Crazy
Use of punctuation that will drive you crazy
A misused or unused punctuation could completely alter the intended meaning of your sentence. Brace yourself as Buzzle reveals grammar gaffes, presenting hilarious instances of grammar punctuation mistakes.
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List of Descriptive Adjectives
Example of 'idyllic' as a descriptive adjective
Adjectives are used in a language to describe something or someone. Descriptive adjectives form a prominent part of this broader category. In this article, you will find the list, types, and usage of descriptive adjectives.
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Examples of Parallelism
Alexander Pope quote
Parallelism refers to placing similarly structured elements in apposition to one another in a given sentence, so as to make it sound better and easier to understand. Here are some examples of parallelism in literature and popular...
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Understanding a Run-on Sentence with Examples
Run-on sentence example
The sentence "he ran she walked" may make sense when read out loud. However, it may not seem so when written down. It is a classic example of a run-on sentence. To help you understand the concept in a better way, Buzzle...
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Worse Vs. Worst: Examples to Use Them Correctly
Using worse and worst
There are people who look intellectually fetching; so bright is their radiance that you want to bathe in it. But, the moment they open their mighty mouth, they reek of grammar gaffes. So, unless you are hell-bent on being the...
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Yea Vs. Yeah Vs. Yay - What's the Difference?
Example of using 'yeah' and 'yay'
Many of us use slang when texting, social networking, or otherwise. The words yea, yeah, or yay are three words that are used very frequently, and sometimes, even interchangeably. Most of us aren't really aware of what these three...
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Most Confusing English Sentences That Are Grammatically Correct
Example of confusing english sentence that is grammatically correct
Accept it or not, the English language can be very confusing sometimes. Ill-formed sentences can make sense, and at times, some grammatical sentences leave us bewildered. Buzzle lists out such confusing English sentence examples...
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Definition and Examples of Solecism
Example of solecism
One can echo the sentiments of famous American novelist Toni Morrison when she quotes - "Love is or it ain't. Thin love ain't love at all." The colloquial word ''ain't'' emphasizes the meaning of love even as 'Grammar...
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Explanation of Inverted Syntax with Examples
Inverted syntax examples
An inverted syntax refers to a change in the pattern of words in the formation of a sentence. It serves as an effective literary device to create rhyming patterns, a specific tempo, a certain mood, or a dramatic effect. This Buzzle...
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Structure of a Balanced Sentence Explained with Examples
Example of a balanced sentence
Everything requires balance, and so does grammar. This Buzzle post attempts to explain a literary term known as a balanced sentence, and its structure. You will also find numerous examples that explain the concept better, in this...
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Explanation of a Declarative Sentence Using Examples
Declarative sentence meaning and example
One of the commonest types of sentences that are used in everyday life are declarative sentences. They are used in all types of communication. This Buzzle post gives the definition, meaning, and examples of declarative sentences.
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Learn about Cumulative Sentences with Proper Examples
Meaning and example of cumulative sentences
Unlike a periodic sentence that withholds the central thought till the end, a cumulative sentence begins with the independent clause that provides the main thought, and adds modifiers or subordinate elements thereafter. This Buzzle...
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Explanation of Parallel Syntax with Examples
Parallel syntax meaning and example
Parallel syntax refers to using a repetitive or similar pattern in the grammatical construction of the words in a sentence, for emphasis on an idea and to convey that the ideas are of equal importance. To help you understand this...
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Understanding Catachresis with Examples
Concept of catachresis with example
Imagine reading 'He was happy as a corpse' or 'Her laughing feet fell overboard with amusement' funny sentences with literally imaginative meanings. This kind of misapplied reasoning in literature is known as catachresis. This...
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Continually vs. Continuously - Correct Grammar Usage
Difference between continually and continuously
Continually and continuously, the two similar sounding words having similar meanings, confounds many a user. Many people inadvertently use them synonymously, which is not totally incorrect. Though they are used with a slightly...
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Understanding the 'Rules of Capitalization' with Examples
'Rules of capitalization' with example
We all know that the first word of every sentence needs to be capitalized, but there's a lot more to capitalization than just this basic rule. This Buzzle post provides examples to help you understand capitalization rules for titles.
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Especially Vs. Specially - Grammar Rule
Usage of especially and specially
More often than not, people tend to use the words 'specially' and especially' interchangeably. However, there is a slight difference between the two. This Buzzle post will tell you how and when these words should be used.
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Types of Conjunctions with Examples
Use of conjunctions
A conjunction is a linking word that joins two statements together. Conjunctions are divided into various types. This Buzzle post gives you a better understanding of this part of speech with the help of examples.
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Difference Between Intensive and Reflexive Pronouns
Difference between intensive and reflexive pronouns
Pronouns like myself, yourself, ourselves, etc., can be used as both intensive, as well as reflexive pronouns. Identifying the two types, can therefore be very difficult. This Buzzle post explains both the types and their difference...
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Understanding Reciprocal Pronouns with Examples
Reciprocal pronouns
A pronoun is a word that is used in place of a noun or a noun phrase. But the type of pronoun you use changes with the context. We bring you the definition and examples of reciprocal pronouns, which are used to identify an action...
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A Guide to Understanding Demonstrative Pronouns
demonstrative pronouns
The English language has four demonstrative pronouns: this, that, these, and those. Let us learn all about the demonstrative pronouns.
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Examples of Hyperboles
Do you know what a hyperbole is? This article will help you understand hyperboles using interesting examples...
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Helping Verbs List
Helping verbs are an important part of English grammar basics. This article will help you understand helping verbs and their usage in sentences.
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Difference Between Common and Proper Nouns with Examples
Nouns are mainly divided into common nouns and proper nouns, and it can be quite difficult to differentiate between the two. Buzzle makes it simple for you by giving a list of commonly used nouns, along with various examples to...
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Transitive and Intransitive Verbs: Difference and Their Proper Usage
Difference between transitive and intransitive verbs
In order to understand whether a verb is transitive or intransitive, all you need to do is ask whether the verb takes an object or not. While a transitive verb has an object that receives the action of the verb, an intransitive...
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List of Some Irregular Verbs
Irregular verbs are those which fall outside the standard pattern of conjugation in the English language and are often the most commonly used verbs while one converses. Find in this article a list of some irregular verbs.
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Proper Use of Parentheses and Brackets Explained With Examples
Use of parentheses and brackets with examples
Parentheses and brackets are commonly used punctuations in the English language. However, a lot of people find it confusing to use them appropriately. Buzzle explains the correct use of parentheses and brackets with suitable...
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Allude vs. Elude - Grammar Rule
Meaning of allude and elude
A lot of people confuse between the two similar-sounding words like allude and elude. The confusion might lead them to use the words in inappropriate places and have a funny result. This Buzzle article clears the 'elude vs. allude'...
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Evoke Vs. Invoke: Examples to Use Them Correctly
Examples of usage of evoke and invoke
Even though we feel that we know the difference between the words evoke and invoke, we may end up using it incorrectly at times. By outlining a few sentences using these two words, Buzzle helps you understand the difference between...
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Then Vs. Than - Grammar Rule
Then vs. than grammar rule
A lot of people practice incorrect usage of 'Than' and 'Then', even though both serve different purposes altogether. Buzzle explains the differences between then vs. than, and guides you towards the correct usage of these two very...
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Difference between Preterite and Imperfect (Spanish Past Tenses)
Difference between preterite and imperfect
The usage of preterite and imperfect tenses in Spanish is replete with a bounty of confusion. The Spanish preterite vs. imperfect comparison is demonstrated in the Buzzle article below.
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Difference Between Independent and Dependent Clause With Examples
Difference between independent and dependent clause
Independent clauses are complete sentences, while dependent clauses depend on the main clause. This Buzzle article will give you a clear idea about the difference between independent and dependent clause with examples.
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Understanding the Proper Usage of Indefinite Pronouns with Examples
Indefinite pronouns
Pronouns that do not refer to a specific person or a thing are called indefinite pronouns. This Buzzle article explains this type of pronoun with easy examples, as well as provides a list of Spanish and Italian indefinite pronouns.
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Learn All about Relative Pronouns with Examples
Relative pronoun example
The relative pronouns, who, whom, whose, which, and that, are used to link the main clause and relative clause in a sentence. This Buzzle article will teach you the various relative pronouns in English as well as French, German,...
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Explanation of Concrete Nouns with Examples
Explanation of concrete nouns with examples
Concrete nouns are nouns that can be seen, heard, touched, tasted, or smelled; in other words, perceived by the five senses. We at Buzzle explain this type of noun with a list of concrete nouns and their examples.
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What are the Degrees of Comparison in English Grammar
The following article shall explain to you the concept of adverbs, adjectives, and their degrees of comparison. The rules for conversion of degrees are all given below. To understand it more clearly, do have a look.
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Common Grammatical Errors
Given a chance, people would assault the English language to no end! What we're talking about here is, bad grammar! Take a look at some regular grammatical mistakes made by people.
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Proper Grammar for Writing Dates
Seem to be confused about writing dates correctly? Take a look at this simple guide that tells you how the proper grammar for writing dates works.
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What is Syntax
If you are curious about what syntax means and what role it plays in the formation of language structure, this article will certainly be an insightful read.
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Whom Vs. Who - Grammar Rule
Amongst all the grammar rules in the English language, the subject of whom vs. who really gets everyone's goat. In this case, the following article shall help you get rid of the confusion.
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Rules of English Grammar
Here is an article which aims to guide you through the rules of English Grammar.
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