The WH Words are mostly used to ask questions.  Who: Who is used to ask questions that are referring to people.  Who is your father?  Who hors there ?  Who has not come?  What : This is used to ask question when we want to know the details about the subject matter that we have been given. Examples are  What is your name ?  What is going on there ?  What is a noun ?  Where : Where is used to ask question that pertain to location or has to do with whereabout.  Where are you going ?  Where is…

The WH Words are mostly used to ask questions. Who: Who is used to ask questions that are referring to people. Who is your father? Who hors there ? Who has not come? What : This is used to ask question when we want to know the details about the subject matter that we have been given. Examples are What is your name ? What is going on there ? What is a noun ? Where : Where is used to ask question that pertain to location or has to do with whereabout. Where are you going ? Where is…

Preposition + verb ( ING)

Preposition + verb ( ING)

 For an explanation on the difference between “may” and “might,” read this excellent article by Woodward English. Right, Might Guy?

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For an explanation on the difference between “may” and “might,” read this excellent article by Woodward English. Right, Might Guy?

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