Example Sentences Of Interchanges

NounI have my account in City bank
VerbDon’t bank on David. He is always unreliable
AdjectiveI saw a live magic show yesterday
VerbSome people live for the world
NounMy neighbour has purchased a land near the beach
VerbThe plane could not land due to bad weather
NounNitrogen is a major component of air
VerbWe need a platform to air our problems
NounBluemountain Express is a superfast train
VerbTrain your mind to concentrate on good things only
AdjectiveHe is a free bird
VerbRahul freed the bird from the trap
NounMan’s basic needs must be met
VerbShe does not need your advice
NounThe bark of this tree is tender
VerbHis pet dog never barks
NounChinese make wealth from waste
VerbDon’t wast your time
AdjectiveShe has got a dirty mind
AdverbShe was carrying a dirty great bore
VerbWhite gloves dirty easily
AdjectiveThere’s a direct train from London to Leeds
AdverbI prefer to deal with him direct
VerbThe film is directed by him
VerbWe had a wasted journey they weren’t there
NounThe goods should be handled carefully to avoid waste
AdjectiveThe stolen car was found on a piece of waste ground
AdjectiveWe have a long journey before us
AdverbI hope they will stay long
VerbThey long for their home
NounThe long and short of it is this

Learning Competency

Modal auxiliaries Vs Primary auxiliaries
Primary auxiliaries are be, do, have. They are used to form tenses and to frame short answers.
Modal auxiliaries are will, would, may, might, shall, should, can, could, must, dare, need, used, ought. They are used to express moods.