Present Tense In English and It's Usages

Present tense refers to the time, ‘now’ A. Simple Present Tense Formation: Simple present tense is the root verb or the basic verb. It is also called the infinitive. Example:- walk, read, work etc. Singular: I work, You work, He/she/it...

Improve Your Spoken English

How to understand spoken English deals with one of the biggest problems of any student of English and understand spoken English at natural speed in movies, music, conversation, presentations, telephoning, business and tourism. The book gives...

India is broadly divided into English medium literate & vernacular literate. What is the purpose of keeping English medium in India ? I am not against English. It is global language & must be learned. But why should we force our children to...

A Guide to Correct Spelling

English, as we all know, is a funny language. There is no hard-and-fast rule which can be applied to any word; there are many exceptions to  spelling rules, thus making it a bit difficult to improve on our English spellings. The present-day...

Elegant Essays

Hi friends, in this article I would like to tell u about how to write an essay and what all must be done to make it elegant. Writing is an art. Like all the other arts, it can be perfected by constant practice. The more you write, the better you...

People who cannot speak English

Some people cannot speak English? Is it due to social, economic, or poor schooling conditions? Does the fact of not being able to speak English have any impact on someone's life? Actually, everyone 'can' speak English, unless they're...

Are you Fluent in English

Fluent in English means being able to communicate in English, understand what people say and make oneself understood by the others, so as the meaning goes, you have to know idioms, phrasal verbs, slangs and etc, in order to understand people speak...

Something about English and Japanese language Each language have specific sounds. For example, in Japanese we can't find any V or L sound. In English they don't have some sounds like Portuguese (and in Portuguese we don't have the TH sound). So...

Application for admission (School):

Application for admission (School): Applied by a parent to the Principal of the school of his / her children   ----------------   The Principal, St Ann’s School for Girls, Indirapuram Ghaziabad NCR Delhi – 201010 Sub: Application for Mid Term...

Story writing Whenever we write a story we must keep the following things in mind: Clearly defined theme: Whenever we start writing a story we must decide the theme in advance as it is the most important characteristic of story writing.  The...

How To Be A Good Conversationalist

!~ How To Be A Good Conversationalist ~! Everybody talks, especially in general congenial surroundings, in the fostering care of company that gives encouragement. But mere talking is not conversation. Note of the professional talks, those of the...

TOUR TO GROUP DISCUSSION CONTINUES

  GROUP DISCUSSION Group Discussion is a method known and practiced in both traditional and modern societies. In traditional rural societies in India and many other Asian countries, the elders of the village or community use it for taking...

  GROUP DISCUSSION CONTINUES GETTING TO SPEAK You must have heard people speaking and discussing on any topic many times but could not care much to observe minutely, who was the best in presentation and what made that best-convincing,...

Easy English!!!

It is very obvious that we open dictionary when we come across a new word and we find difficulty in remembering new words and their meanings. There is one easy way for this. Every English word has a root word which are from...

How to improve communication in English

How to improve communication in English Communication is the basic and key feature for a human being to improve his social life. Effective communication is very essential in all the sectors to achieve success. Communication is basically exchanging...

COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS

COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS COUNTABLE NOUNS:               * All countable nouns may be used in the singular and plural.               * 'A' and 'an' must only be used with a singular noun, when we are not talking about any special...

PHRASAL VERBS

Phrasal verbs A phrasal verb consists of a verb and an adverb particle, Adverb particles are very much like prepositions, and some teachers call them prepositions. Some called them adverb particles to distinguish them from the prepositions that...

She's Dancing Back to Life

  Bettina Bechgaard was a young dancer from Surrey. As a school student, she participated in many dancing competitions. Later, she became a student of Royal Ballet School and then she switched over to the London Studio Centre. In three years, she...

TENSES

  TENSES IN ENGLISH GRAMMER  1. THE PRESENT SIMPLE Examples:   I belong to this group.         Mary belongs to this group.         We belong to this group. 2. THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS: Examples:  I am wearing my new shoes now.        You girls...

Luncheon

"Luncheon" is a famous book of Somerset Maugham. Maugham was once a struggling writer. He was not rich. He let a simple life. One day a lady worte him a letter, expressing her appreciation over a book written by him. She wanted to meet...

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