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বেসিক ইংরেজি

বেসিক ইংরেজি

PRONOUN (pronoun)

Instead of changing the name means pro and causes noun or pronoun instead of the noun of noun equivalent means. So instead of noun word that was used as a pronoun. For example – I, we, you , he, she, it, they, etc.
On the basis of the use and characteristics : the pronoun can be divided into the following 8 categories

To The 1. The personal pronoun (personal pronoun) : the pronoun instead of a person, a person-d’or-d’or the personal pronoun that is obligatorily pronoun denoting persons sitting. To I, we, you, he, she, it, they, me, us, him, her, mine, ours, his, theirs , and the personal pronoun is used as a pronoun. Example For –
to to I am a boy.
He is a poet.
To She the To is a nurse.
You are beautiful.
To Just 2. Just Interrogative pronoun (pronoun question) : the pronoun is used in order to question him pronoun Interrogative pronoun denoting that is obligatorily question-d’or. who, which, what, whom, whose , and the Interrogative pronoun is used as a pronoun.Example For –
Who are you?
What is your name?
Which is your book?

Top 3. Top Now Distributive pronoun (pronoun dividing) : to The pronoun of all the individuals in each separate object pronoun is called the Distributive a pronoun-d’or Using the divider. Each, Either, Neither of the Distributive pronoun is used as a pronoun. Example For
Each of the boys has pen.
Either of the roads leads to Dhaka.

To The 4. The Demonstrative pronoun (pronoun denoting point) : the pronoun is used in a particular direction to have hardcoded that to a verb, noun, pronoun-d’or Demonstrative pronoun denoting he said. This Topics, That, These, Those, to One, So, Such, in Same, in None of the Demonstrative pronoun is used as a pronoun. Example:
This is my pen.
These are my books.

To The 5. The Relative pronoun (possessive pronoun) : a verb, noun-d’or pronoun that is obligatorily to have hardcoded that pronoun to add words to the previously mentioned two-d’or the Relative pronoun possessive pronoun-d’or. Who, Which. that, Whose, Whom, What Relative pronoun, etc., as well as the usual pronoun is used in a sentence. Example For –
to to I met a Type Type man who is a doctor.
You something Say that is obligatorily is obligatorily is set to true, to set ,.

Top 6. Top Now Reciprocal pronoun (possessive pronoun to each other) : By pronoun that is obligatorily refers to the relationship between two more persons to the Reciprocal pronoun-d’or. Each other and one another Reciprocal pronoun is used. Example For,
in in Two friends love each other.
They against Stood one another .

Top 7. Top Now Reflexive pronoun (reflexive pronoun) : personal pronoun is a pronoun associated with the self-d’or selves behind him and takes place when the object of Reflexive pronoun refers back to the subject. Example For –
He killed himself.
To to She Fans herself.
We Enjoyed ourselves.

Top 8. Top Now Indefinite pronoun (indefinite pronoun denoting) : When the indefinite pronoun as opposed to a specific person is object-d’or-d’or object pronoun denoting him as a person Indefinite indefinite pronoun-d’or. Any, Anybody, Every, Everybody, Some, to One, in None, in Many, others, Anyone, Someone To, Somebody To like the Indefinite pronoun is used as a pronoun. Example For –
Anybody can do Sul do Sul easy task this Topics Topics.
To One the To should do Sul s through one duty do Sul.

ADJECTIVE (adjective)

By a noun or pronoun that the Word of the fault, quality, condition, number, etc. of the adjective to him. Example For – good, bad, ill, poor, rich, red, one, two, much, many others.
A He Is Are poor Type Type man.
Is this Topics Topics to A red pen.
In the example above, the first sentence of the two ‘poor’ he (pronoun) and the second sentence of shows at the ‘red’ is published by the pen So, how ‘poor’ and ‘red’ are two words adjective.
adjective- services can be mainly divided into 5 categories. For example,

To The 1. The Adjective of Quality (attributive adjective) : a verb, noun the adjective-d’or pronoun that is obligatorily s fault, quality, condition, race-d’or color, size, etc, Quality of Adjective-d’or attributive adjectives, he said. Clever, Missouri, smart, big, small, good, bad, beautiful, lazy, poor, low, old, square, strong, weak, happy, excellent, tall, long, lateral short and, green, read , etc adjective of the Adjective of Quality is used as. Example For,
Daizy is a clever girl.
To ali to Is Are strong.
Tress Are green.
Blood Is Are red.

To Just 2. Just Adjective of Quantity (quantitative adjective) : a verb, noun-d’or pronoun that is obligatorily of the adjective to express the amount of the Quantity-d’or quantitative adjectives Adjective. Some, much, more, many, enough, little, all Adjective, etc are used as the Adjective of Quantity. Example For,
to to I eat some / little rice.
Sohel Has enough dirua.
We Need more workers.
All students are present.

Top 3. Top Now Adjective of Number (numeric adjective) : Adjective that is obligatorily refers to the number-d’or by the position of the quality of the Number-d’or numeric adjectives Adjective. one, two, three, four, five, six, seven …… zero, few, single, double, triple, first, second, third, fourth, fifth , etc Number is used as the yemana of Adjective Adjective –
to to I have five pens.
He lives the in In second floor.
To him to I Give fifty taka.

To The 4. The Pronominal Adjective (all proper adjective) : a pronoun before the verb, noun-d’or the pronouns when the Adjective pronouns him to have Red Hat performance-d’or Pronominal Adjective adjective denoting said. Be My, his, her, our, their, such, that is obligatorily, this Topics, what, which, everybody, each Adjective, etc are used as the Pronominal Adjective. Example For –
It is my pen.
Topics this Topics Is Are his book.
Give Me that is obligatorily is obligatorily calendar.
Which shirt do Sul do Sul you want?

To The 5. The in Proper Adjective (proper verb, noun) : the creation in Proper Adjective verb in, a proper adjective to a verb, noun-d’or in Proper Adjective. Example For,
in in Indian saries are fine.
Bangladeshi goods are cheap.

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