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Number of Pages: 42
Dimensions: 8.5 inch x 11 inch
[Paper Size: Letter]
This Book Covers The Following Topics:
How to End a Sentence
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘ADJECTIVES’
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘ADVERBS’
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘-LY WORDS’
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘VERB WORDS’
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘ING’ FORM of VERBS
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘PAST PARTICIPLES’
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘Auxiliary/Modal Verbs’
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘NOUNS’
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘IDIOMS/PHRASES’
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘PREPOSITIONS’
How to End a Sentence -- Miscellaneous
Exercises: 1(A) and 1(B)
Exercises: 2(A) and 2(B)
There are different ways to end a sentence in English. There are various words which are widely used to end a sentence. They might be adjectives, adverbs, nouns or pronouns. They might also be words formed from verbs, ending in –ing, -ed, -en, etc. Besides, prepositions, idioms and phrases are also used to end a sentence. Here, you will learn various words and phrases to end a sentence with.
How to END a sentence -- Using ‘ADJECTIVES’
Available -- The daily need items are easily available.
Comfortable -- He has been making all possible efforts to make my life comfortable.
Complacent -- We must not be complacent.
Condemnable -- Instances of people throwing stone on doctors are condemnable.
Contagious -- Corona-virus is highly contagious.
Distant -- People are not created to be socially distant.
Infectious -- Many viruses are highly infectious.
Informed -- Be fully informed.
Needy -- Schools were used as food distribution centers for the needy.
Pessimistic -- Don’t be pessimistic.
Spectacular -- The view and the natural surroundings of the lake were spectacular.
Technological -- Every country needs to take special care to avoid any attack, be it biological or technological.
Unpardonable -- His acts are unpardonable.
Unprecedented -- The situation is unprecedented.
How to END a sentence -- Using ‘-Ly Words’
Actually -- Life is a circus actually.
Considerably -- The cancellations of hotel bookings are likely to dent their revenue considerably.
Deeply -- Think more deeply.
Drastically -- The rate of sample collection was increased drastically.
Effectively -- Students should organize their time more effectively.
Efficiently -- Sharing responsibility and burdens help us reach our objective more efficiently.
Harshly -- We all have fears of being judged harshly.
Physically -- Challenge yourself physically.
Repeatedly -- Wash your hands repeatedly.
Separately -- Police had made arrangements to accommodate the accused separately.
Smoothly -- Ensure that all employees have the technical skills needed to perform the job smoothly.
Steadily -- The number of those visiting the tourist places has been increasing steadily.
Urgently -- This matter should be looked into urgently.