Thursday, November 28, 2013

12 basic structures of making parts in quality blog/website content writing.

Are you a blogger or content writer? You of course want to publish a post in blog or website without occurring grammatical mistakes as much as possible. Do you know that it is easy to publish a post but it is difficult to publish post of maintaining quality. To write all parts of your content in grammatically correct is one of the parts of making blog/website's content with maintaining quality. That should be followed by the every publishers of blog or website. But, building a quality content depends on some factors. Using the right structure is one of the great factors among them. In this post, I have tried to show how to use proper structure of sentence in different situations in case of writing blog/website content. 


01. If any part of your content’s idea indicates any habitual facts, universal truth and scientific truth, use the structure in making a quality content’s part. [Subject of the part + Base form of verbs (if subject is 3rd person singular number, add ‘s/es’ with the verb) + the rest part of the part.

02. If you use some the words in the part such as always, regularly, generally, usually, occasionally, normally, naturally, frequently, often etc., use structure 1 in making sentence.

03. If you want to make a question with such kind of sentences, follow the structure. The structure is [Do/does (if subject of the sentence indicates a single something except you and I use ‘does’ and if indicates plural something, use ‘do’) + subject of the sentence + Verb + a question mark (?). 

04. If any part of your content’s idea indicates any continuous tasks, firstly use subject of the part + use am/is/are (use ‘am’ after ‘I’, use is after singular and use ‘are’ after any plural subject.) + use ‘ing’ with the verb + the rest part of the part.

05. Use the structure of number 4 if you have to use some words in the part such as ‘now, at this moment, at present, day by day, increasingly, rapidly etc.

06. If any part of your content’s idea indicates any task that is complete to done but its result is still now, in this situation, firstly use subject of the part + use have/has (use ‘have’ after ‘I’, ‘you’ and all plural subjects. On the other hand, use ‘has’ after all singular subjects.) + use past participle form of verb + the rest part of the part

07. Use the structure of number 6 if you have to use some words in the part such as ‘just, just now, already, yet, ever, lately, recently, immediately etc.

08. If any part of your content’s idea indicates any task that began starting in the past and is still running, in this situation, firstly use subject of the part + use have been/has been (use ‘have been’ after ‘I’, ‘you’ and all plural subjects. On the other hand, use ‘has been’ after all singular subjects.) + use ‘ing’ with the verb + the rest part of the part.

09. If any part of your content’s idea indicates any task that completed totally in the past, in this situation, firstly use subject of the part + past form of verb (in case of singular or plural subjects) + the rest part of the part.

10. Use the structure of number 9 if you have to use some words in the part such as ‘yesterday, one day, ago, last, last night, once, once upon a time, in 2012, in the past, previously, before etc.

11. If any part of your content’s idea indicates any task that was continuous in the past, firstly use subject of the part + use was/were (use ‘was’ after ‘I’ and all singular subjects, use ‘were’ after all plural subjects) + use ‘ing’ with the verb + the rest part of the part.

12. If any part of your content’s idea indicates any task that will occur in future, firstly use subject of the part + use shall/will (use ‘shall’ after ‘I’ and ‘we’, use ‘will’ after ‘you’ and all plural subjects) + use base form of verb + the rest part of the part.

Mostak Ahmed

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