A word that modifies a verb is called an adverb.
An adverb is a word that modifies a verb (it ends with the letters verb).
The course is divided into four parts (from Standard 7 to Standard 10 and higher).
The complete board syllabus (ICSE, CBSE, State Boards and International Schools) is covered in these four parts. All the grammar questions from the board examinations over the past few years have been solved and the reasons for the answers are provided. Advanced and out-of-syllabus topics are marked as optional. Interested students can study the optional topics (during holidays or free time) to improve their knowledge.
If the teacher said, "Draw an equilateral triangle", the student would draw an equilateral triangle because the word equilateral describes what kind of triangle has to be drawn.
Each of these pairs of words gives us a different picture. The word that changes each picture is the first word of each pair.
Adjectives are describing words that modify (give more information about) nouns or pronouns.
You don’t have to worry. You can check the board exam papers for the past ten years and learn how to tackle exam questions as well as why an answer is correct. (This is not provided by traditional exam guides).
We also provide tips on how to answer the questions. You can see charts of which type of questions appear with what frequency.
Also get few extra marks in other subjects by formulating your answers in proper grammar.
In addition, a link is provided to the module page that deals with each specific topic. With similar quizzes, we’ll work alongside you until you master the exam question pattern.
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