can u help on the following topics
i have a problem in determining where to use (a) and where(the) in a sentence
how to use do,to,of,for,from,by,in...etc properly in a sentence
is there any golden rule ...........
1. For detailed information regarding English articles see the following sites:
a}. Using English
or search the web for others.
2. Do is a verb whose forms are :
past tense -did [all persons]
past participle - done
If you want to know when to use "do" or "make", search the foll.site or other sites on the web :
Do is an auxiliary verb, as well. It is used in formation of the interrogative and negative forms of verbs :
e.g. Does she always go to school in the afternoon?
No, she doesn`t go to school in the afternoon.
"Do" is a large topic in English grammar and you have to search the web for a comprehensive and better understanding.
3.to, of, for, from, by, in ,and many others are prepositions . Sorry , but this is also a very large topic which cannot be explained in a few words in this message.
All you have to do is search for "English prepositions" on the web.
I hope it helps.