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English Course
english course Ever had difficulties learning the English course? Don’t have someone to teach it to you? Well we have what you’re looking for. Just imagine yourself, after 62 days, you’ll be a fluent English expert And here’s the catch, you don’t even need anyone to teach it to you....Readmore
  Abroad Countries
We have gone through many books, websites, magazines tourist spot. After that we have selected some places where you can enjoy the natural scenery beauty. If you follow our guiding tips then it will save your precious time and money. You can easily select your choice destination. ...Readmore
  Writing Tips
Punctuation is the art of using correctly the various stops and marks in writing. The correct use of these stops and marks helps the reader to understand the passage exactly as it was meant by the writer. But the wrong use of these either changes the very sense (ff) of the passage ... Readmore
  Part of Speech
The different kinds or classes into which are divided, according to their use, are called PART OF SPEECH. There are nine parts of speech in the english language. These are :-
1. The Noun. 2. Pronoun 3. The Adjective. 4. The Article. 5. The Verb. 6. The Adverb. 7. The Preposition. 8. The Conjunction. 9. The Interjection...Readmore
  Tenses
The Tenses of a verb shows the time of an action or event; as,
1. I am on leave today. (Present)
2. I was on leave tomorrow. (Past)
3. I shall be on leave tomorrow. (Future)
Thus there are three main tenses in English. Now let us deal with these (Active Voice : Indicative Mood) , one by one...Readmore
  Direct and Indirect
HERE are two ways of making a report. if it consists of the actual (UM) words of the speaker, it is in the Direct Speech ; but if it does not consist of the actual  words of the speaker, and only couveys the full sense of what he said – it is in the Indirect Speech ; as,...Readmore
  Common Errors
Here are a few examples of the violations  of the rules of grammar, in the use of Nouns, Pronouns , Adjectives, articles, and the way in which they are corrected...Readmore
  Grammar Articles
THE ARTICLE, properly speaking, is not a distinct part of speech. lt is merely an Adjective.  How ever, the Demonstrative Adjectives "A," “An” and “The” are usually called Articles...Readmore
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