You will be learning some important KEY RULES that should be used in sentences, that are most necessary and helpful to develop your communication skills. You will also be learning how to avoid making the common mistake in English, how to build a sentence structure and advance sentence structure etc.


Rule 1 - The Second person always comes first followed by 'I' (Don't use me/myself).

दूसरा व्यक्ति हमेशा पहले आता है, इसके बाद 'I' आता है | me/myself का उपयोग न करें |

Example 1: 

  • Me and David went for a movie on Sunday. (This is incorrect Sentence).
  • Myself and David went for a movie on Sunday. (This is incorrect Sentence).
  • David and me went for a movie on Sunday. (This is also incorrect Sentence).
  • David and myself went for a movie on Sunday. (This is also incorrect Sentence).
  • I and David went for a movie on Sunday. (This is incorrect Sentence).
  • David and I went for a movie on Sunday. (This is only correct Sentence).

Example 2:

  • Myself and My Manager had a discussion about my promotion. This is an incorrect Sentence.
  • My Manager and myself had a discussion about my promotion. This is an incorrect Sentence.
  • My Manager and me had a discussion about my promotion. This is an incorrect Sentence.
  • I and My Manager had a discussion about my promotion. This is also an incorrect Sentence.
  • My Manager and I had a discussion about my promotion. This one is the correct Sentence.

 


Rule 2 - The word 'ANGRY' is always followed by 'WITH' only. (So do not use ON in such sentence).

Example: 

  • Why are you angry ON me ?    (This is not correct sentence).
  • Why are you angry WITH me ?  (This is correct sentence).

 

  • I am not angry ON you.      (This is not correct sentence).
  • I am not angry WITH you.    (This is a correct sentence).

 

  • I am not angry ON myself.    (This is not correct sentence).
  • I am not angry WITH myself.  (This is a correct sentence).

 

 


Note - These rules will teach us to avoid confusion among many sentences. It will also help us to improve our fluency and correctness of English communication.