Monthly Archive: January 2015

Grammar Rules: Present Perfect Tense

Written by Leny Ortega Like simple tenses, perfect or sometimes called compound tenses have three categories namely: Present Perfect, Past Perfect, and Future Perfect. Each of these has a corresponding usage depending on the...

October 2014 Civil Service Exam Topnotchers

The Civil Service Commission has now released the top 10 of the October 2014 Civil Service Exam Topnotchers, both Professional and Subprofessional levels. There are 140, 906 Professional Examinees, 19, 344 (11.93%) passed. Out...

Grammar Rules: Past Tense

Written by Leny Ortega In the last post, we talked about Present Tense. In this post, we continue our series on tenses with Past Tense. Past tense is used to denote actions that are...

Grammar Rules: The Present Tense

Written by Leny Ortega Tense of the verb indicates the time when the action is done or completed. Tenses are classified as Simple Tenses and Compound Tenses.  Each classification has three tenses. Present tense, Past...

Grammar Rule on Double Negatives

Double negative occurs when two forms of negation are used in the same sentence. Just like in mathematics, double negative words in a sentence, transform it into a positive one. However, it should be...

The Difference Between ITS and IT’S

ITS is the contracted possessive form that modifies or describes the subject of the sentence. Sample sentence: She will talk to you about its natural habitat in a few minutes. IT’S is simply a...

The Solving Consecutive Number Problems Series

The Solving Consecutive Number Problems Series is a series of post discussing how to solve consecutive number word problems in Algebra. Consecutive number problems are very common in many exams including the Subprofessional and Professional...

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