A few/a little and few/little are quantifiers which mean some/enough or not enough.
Adjectives can be used with active or passive voice.
Adjectives and nouns can have a particular collocation to convey a specific meaning.
Some adjectives can be followed by the to-infinitive form of verbs to express feelings or reactions.
Some adjectives are only used in the attributive position.
Some adjectives are only used in the predicative position.
Adverbial subordinate clauses are word combinations that act like an adverb. They are dependent clauses.
Adverbs are expressions that function as modifiers of other elements in the clause. They can provide a wide range...
Adverbs of attitude express the speaker’s attitude towards an action. They are generally used to refer to whole sentences...
Adverbs of degree are used to provide information about the intensity of an action or adjective.The main adverbs of...
Adverbs of degree or intensifiers are used to provide information about the intensity of an action or adjective.
Adverbs of degree or intensifiers provide information about the intensity of an action or adjective.
Adverbs of frequency are used to give information about the frequency of an event.The main adverbs of frequency are:...
Adverbs of frequency are used to provide information about the frequency of an event.
Adverbs of manner are used to provide information about the way (how) something is done.
Adverbs of place provide information about the place of an action.
Adverbs of time are used to provide information about the time.
Agent represents the person or a thing that performs the action, subject of an active sentence.
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All, every and each are words used to make generalizations.
All and whole refer to complete, entire things. They have similar meanings but they are used in different ways.
Another, other and the other look similar but they have differences in meaning.