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The FUTURE PERFECT TENSE అంటే మనం logical గా guess చేసి ఒక సంఘటన ఇప్పటికే జరిగి ఉంటుందని చెప్పడం.
అంటే an action will have been completed at some point in the future.
In other words, the future perfect tense is for talking about an action that will be completed between now and some point in the future.
This tense is formed with "will" plus "have" plus the past participle of the verb (which can be either regular or irregular in form):
  • I will have completed 27 years by next month. ఎప్పుడైనా మీరు ఎక్కడికై నా ఆలస్యంగా వెళ్తున్నప్పుడు, ఇప్పటికే తాళి బొట్టు కట్టేయడం జరిగి ఉంటుంది అని అనుకుంటాం.
  • By now, the groom will have tied mangalasutram.
  • My grandfather will have completed 70 years by next month.
As > < Because
ఈ రెండు పదాల్ని ఒక దాని బదులు ఇంకొకటి కొన్ని సార్లు మాత్రమే వాడగలం. As is used to mean because, but it is also used when two events happen at the same time. అంటే ఒకటి జరుగుతునన్నప్పుడే ఇంకొకటి జరగటం . In "I must hurry up now as I have to go for a meeting." it means because, but in "He watched her as she combed her hair.'' It doesn't mean because in this sentence. It means 'while' she combed on hair

Alone (ఒక్కరే) > < Lonely (ఒంటరిగా)

Alone and lonely are both adjectives, but they have different meanings. A person is alone when he is by himself. A person is lonely when he feels abandoned or sad due to isolation. నలుగురితో వున్నా ఒంటరిగా ఉన్నట్లు అనిపించడం
Eg. Even though every body was enjoying at their party, He felt lonely.
He went for trekking alone. (ఒక్కడే వెళ్లాడు)
Lonely ఇది మనసుకు సంబంధించిన విషయం.
Alone అనేది భౌతికంగా ఒక్కడే ఉండడం.

MODALS (Helping Verbs, Axillary Verbs అని కూడా అంటారు.)
ఇవి కొన్ని సార్లు ఇబ్బందిపెడతాయి.

How to use Can - Could?

CAN is used to mean:
  • Ability (He can lift it easily.)
  • Offer (I can help you in this.)
  • Possibility (Yeah, it can happen.)
  • Request (Can you help me?)
  • Permission (Yes, you can join us for the trip.)
  • Not Allowed (No, he can't come.)
COULD is used to mean:
  • Ability (He could lift a full bag of rice easily.)
  • Suggestion (You could fly if train tickets are not confirmed.)
  • Possibility (He could come tomorrow.)
  • Request (Could you get me a glass of water.)
  • Permission (We could allow him to the meeting.)
  • Conditional of Can (If I get enough funds, I could buy that car.)
Published date : 03 Mar 2020 02:51PM

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