We often use the passive to describe a process or emphasize the action rather than who is doing the action. Some of the Bright Grammar questions will test your knowledge on the structure and use of the passive form.
Some questions of Bright Grammars concern nouns. The following explanations will help you understand how nouns are divided into 2 categories, countable and uncountable as well as the way nouns are used with other nouns.
When writing and speaking, it is useful to use words which connect one idea to another to help the reader or listener follow along. There are different categories of linking words which serve specific purposes.
We can divide conditionals into 3 categories as they each have their own particular structure and use. Conditional sentences generally have two parts: the condition or ‘if-clause’ and the ‘result’ clause.