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  1. I, we, he, she, it, you, they are known as personal pronouns because they stand for three persons; Either the speaking person (First Person pronouns like I, We.) either the person being spoken to (Second Person pronouns like you) or the person being spoken of. (Third Person pronouns like he, she, they and it denotes […]
  2. Nouns have two forms, the Singular and Plural. The singular form is used to refer to one person or thing. The plural form is used for referring to more than one person or thing. This type of nouns are called countable noun or uncountable nouns. Let us now look into examples of common uncountable nouns: – absence, food, wind, behaviour, beauty, death, truth, fear, nature, justice, safety, depression, peace, finance, power, intelligence, youth, capacity, health, pride, welfare, confidence, strength, mercy, duty, nature, labour, silence, time, love, energy, staff, death, joy, help
  3. A verb must agree with its subject in number and person. The number and person of a verb should be same as its subject. For instance; He goes to play football. Early to bed and early to rise. Slow and steady wins the race. Time and wait wait for none.
  4. Upon reading the following group of words, you would understand some meaning conveyed:- An aeroplane flies in the sky. The Sun rises in the East. Honesty is the best policy.
  5. Distinct words used in a sentence perform different functions. In English Grammar, Words are divided into eight different classes according to their use. Under this classification of words according to the work they do in a sentence, they are called Parts of Speech. There are total eight parts of speech in English Grammar.
  6. The composition of Atmosphere is said to be a mixture of different gases. It envelops around the Earth. 99% of total mas of atmosphere is confined to highest of 32 km from the Earth’s surface.
  7. Endogenic and exogenic forces that cause physical stresses and chemical actions upon earth materials and bring about changes in the surface configuration of the earth are known as Geomorphic Processes. The Earth’s surface is continuously exposed to endogenic as well as exogenic forces.
  8. Rocks

    Earth’s crust is composed of rocks. Its an aggregate of one or more minerals. Rocks do not have definite composition of mineral constituents. However, feldspar and quartz are the most common minerals found in rocks. 
  9. Continents cover 29 percent of the surface of the earth and remainder is under oceanic waters. Alfred Wegner was a German meteorologist who put forth the Continental Drift Theory in 1912.