Once = (1) one time only: You have to take this medicine once a day. (2) whenever; as soon as: Once it stops raining, we can go out. (3) at some indefinite time in the past: She was a very popular actress once. (4) used in negative sentences and questions, and after if to mean ever or at all: He didn’t once thank me.If she once decides to do something, it becomes difficult to change her mind.
The traditional grammar rules are: ï‚§ Use shall with I and We. ï‚§ Use will with all other Persons. ï‚§ Reverse this for emphasis: The sea shall not have them. Increasingly will is used across the board. Shall is by far the least common Modal Auxiliary Verb; in conversation will is used fourteen times more […]
(1) Make a criticism (of sth): â€˜The committee has made four specific criticism of the governmentâ€™s transport policy.â€™ â€˜The writer who made that criticism was unaware of the facts.â€™ (2) Disapproval expressed by pointingÂ out faults or shortcomings: â€˜The legislator received severe criticism from his opponent.â€™(3)Criticism of sth: â€˜The most common criticism of the magazine is […]
The study of how words are built up and how they change according to their use in sentences. With SYNTAX it forms the grammar of the language. This can be shown in the following sentence: Bharatiâ€™s words gave him an idea. Morphology tells us, for example, that the plural of the Noun word is formed […]