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CBSE Class 10 English Communication
SECTION C- GRAMMAR (APPLICABILITY SA I & SA II)

ESSENCE OF GRAMMAR
DETERMINERS

What are determiners?
Determiners are the words which are used before nouns to determine or fix their
meaning.

Types:

  1. Articles: a/an, the
  2. Demonstrative adjectives: this, that, these, those
  3. Possessives: my, our, your, his, her, its, their
  4. Adjectives (Quantity & Number: some, any, much, many, all, both, little, few, several, less, one, two, etc.
  5. Others: each, every, next, another, either, efirst, second, etc.

Additional information

Nouns:

  1. Countable
    • Singular (Boy)
    • Plural (Boys)
  2.  Uncountable (Oil,water, furniture, etc.)

1. Articles

  1. Indefinite (a/an)
  2. Definite (The)

Indefinite article (a/an)

  1. Used before singular countable nouns.
  2. Represents a class or kind in general.
    e.g. – a cow gives us milk. Every cow)

A- Used before singular countable nouns beginning with consonant sound.
Example- a one-eyed man, a unique place, a European, a University, a Mango etc.
An- Used before singular countable nouns beginning with vowel sound.
Example- an Indian, an hour, an umbrella, an honest boy (Mute ‘h‘)

Tenses

Tense refers to the time at which an action takes place.
Types of Tense

  1. Present
    1. Indefinite
    2. Continuous
    3. Perfect
    4. Perfect continuous
  2. Past
    1. Indefinite
    2. Continuous
    3. Perfect
    4. Perfect continuous
  3. Future
    1. Indefinite
    2. Continuous
    3. Perfect
    4. Perfect continuous

Additional information

Types of sentences:

  1. Affirmative
  2. Negative
  3. Interrogative
    1. Yes/No type
    2. question word/Wh words type
  4. Interrogative- Negative
    1. Yes/No type
    2. question word/Wh words type

Subject

  1. Singular
  2. Plural

Verb

  1. Main
  2. Auxiliaries
    1. Helping
    2. Modals

Person

  1. First (I, we)
  2. Second (You)
  3. Third (He, She, It, They)

Reported Speech

  1. Direct speech (Actual words of speaker are quoted)
  2. Reported speech (Words of speaker are reported)
    Example: He said to (Reporting verb) me, How are you? (reported speech) – Direct speech
    He asked me how I was. – Indirect/Reported speech

Steps to change direct speech into reported speech:

  1. Change the reporting verb-according to type of sentence of reported speech.
  2. Remove commas- use conjunction- according to type of sentence of reported speech.
  3. Change the verb of reported speech- according to tense of reporting verb.
  4. Change the personal pronouns in reported speech.
  5. Always use full stop (.) at the end.

Active and Passive

Used when work done is more prominent than the doer.
Active to Passive:
Steps:

  1. Change Object to Subject. (Refer noun case below)
  2. Change the verb according to tense.
  3. Change Subject to Object and add ‘by‘ before it. (Refer noun case below)

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