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Christopher Phoenix English Notes

Christopher Phoenix English Notes

Today we'r sharing Christopher Sir's English Class Notes for all exam. The pdf is very useful for SSC, IBPS, RRB and almost every government exam.

Excerpt from the Christopher Notes:

1. Nouns:

All the naming words are Noun.
Words ending with " -Ment", "- tion", "-ness:" and "-hood" are listed under Nouns.
1. Common Noun
2. Proper Noun
3. Material Noun
4. Collective Noun
5. Abstaract Noun

2. Pronoun

Pronoun is a replacing word which is used to replace a Noun to - 
     i) Avoid the repeatition of a Noun
     ii) Make a sentence soft.
     iii) Make a sentence beautiful.

There are eight types of Pronoun:
1. Personal
2. Relative
3. Reflexive
4. Reciprocal
5. Interrogative
6. Indefinite
7. Demonstrative
8. Distributive

3. Adjective:

It is qualifying word used to qualify Noun and Pronoun. It qualifies a noun or pronoun in three ways.
    i) Attributive - Adjective + Noun
    ii) Predicative - Noun/Pronoun + Verb + Adjective
    iii) Past positive - Noun/Pronoun + Adjective
Example Lolita is capable candidate of cracking this competition.

How to Identify an Adjective:
1. By Definition
2. By formation
3. By placement
Words those end with:
-ous, -able, -ful, -ish, -less, -Noun+ly, -Verb third form V3, Verb+ing etc.
Some example: Motherly, friendly, timely, weekly, shooting star, smiling face, broken heart, boiled milk, tired legs etc.
Note: Adjective+ly+Adverb
By placement- Adjective + Noun
Example: Beautiful girl

4. Verbs

 1. Auxiliary verb
- Primary
- Modal
- Marginals
- Idiomatic Modals
i) Primary: Be :is/am/are/was/were
Do: Do/Does/Did
Have: Have/has/had
ii) Modals: Can/Could/May/Might/Shall/Should/Will/Would/Must/Ought to etc.
iii) Marginals: Semi Modals
Used to/Need not/ Dare not
iv) Idiomatic Modals: Had better, Had rather, Had sooner, would better, would rather, would sooner

2. Main verb: 
- Transitive/In Transitive
- Dynamic/Static
- Finite/ Non Finite
- Linking/Causitive

i) Transitive verbs: It is an object taking verb
Example: Eat, teach, say, cook, love, know, like etc.
ii) Intransitive verbs: It doesn't take any object.

 How to recognize Transitive/In Transitive verbs:
 - If you can find the sense of "What" or "Whom" in a sentence then the verb is Transitive:
1. For example: I am eating a Mango
  Sense: I am eating (what) : Mango (Here "eat is a transitive verb)
2. I run a school (What: a school) - Transitive Verb
3. I am running in a field: (Here sense of "What is not acceptable") - In Transitive verb
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