Day 52-Spoken English to School Teachers - Learn Grammar-Prepositions

Day 52-Spoken English to School Teachers - Learn Grammar

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SPOKEN ENGLISH DAY-52 (19-5-2016)
Friends, Yesterday we have observed the structure 'could have'.
Today let us observe the usage of
would have + past participle

Grammar focus:
Would have
Past participle (V3 )
1: Part of the third conditional .
If I had had enough money, I would have bought a car. ఒక వేళ నా వద్ద తగినంత money ఉండి ఉంటే. నేను కారు కొనుండే వాడిని.
(but I didn't have enough money, so I didn't buy a car).

2: Because 'would' (and will) can also be used to show if you want to do something or not (volition / సంకల్పము ), we can also use would have + past participle to talk about something you wanted to do but didn't.
This is very similar to the third conditional, but we don't need an 'if clause'.
I would have gone to the party, but I was really busy.
smile emoticon I wanted to go to the party, but I didn't because I was busy. If I hadn't been so busy, I would have gone to the party.)
I would have called you, but I didn't know your number.
smile emoticon I wanted to call you but I didn't know your number, so I didn't call you.)
A: Nobody volunteered to help us with the fair
B: I would have helped you. I didn't know you needed help.
smile emoticon If I had known that you needed help, I would have helped you.)

Of : expressing the relationship between a part and a whole:
- I live in the house at the end of the road.
- Where is the key of the car?
- Do you like the work of Shakespeare?
- What was the cost of this book?
- He lives in the City of Jaipur.
- It was kind of you to help me.
- This is the cause of the problem.
- He died of cancer.
- Most tables are made of wood.
- Can I have a cup of coffee?
- I know some of these people.
- I don’t know any of these people.
- He lives south of London.

1. identifying the agent performing an action:
2.indicating the means of achieving something.
- We came by car.
- Fireworks were invented by the Chinese.
- It happened by accident.
- He lost the race by five seconds.
- The room is 10 metres by 6 metres..
- We must finish by Tuesday.
- We were sitting by the window.
- By my calculation he must be 73.

For (also conj). : as a result of something or because of..
- This is for you.
- Do you want to go for a walk??
- Cigarettes are bad for you.
- I’m saving for a new car.
- Is this the road for khaitabad?
- Is this the train for Delhi?
- I bought it for Rs 50.
- We worked for three hours.
- Keep walking for two kilometres.

Off: moving away and often down from.
- Please take your shoes off the table.
- Keep off the grass.
- It fell off the table and broke.
- They live in a street off Fifth Avenue.

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