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1.
Modals
(Present form / Past form)Can / CouldWill / WouldShall / ShouldMay / MightDo / DidToThe words (verbs)
after 
these modals must always be in
root form
which is thebasic part of a verb without adding ‘-ing’ or ‘-ed’.2. Words (Verbs) after ‘has’, ‘have’ or ‘had’ must be in
past participle form
.Example 1: has written (‘written’ is the past participle form of the verb ‘write’)Example 2: has held (‘held’ is the past participle form of the verb ‘hold’)3. In a sentence where there are two verbs the first* verb must have the word‘had’ in front of it.Example: Eric told his father about what had happened to him.*The first activity done / happened.4.
After 
these words the verb must be
added ‘-ing’
.after, before, while, as, when, for, byExamples:Before eatingAfter trekkingBy writing5. Use
articles
‘a’, ‘and’, ‘the’
before nouns
.Examples:The grammar notesA writing guideAn essay

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