LETTER WRITING: FORMAT OF INFORMAL LETTER: SAMPLE OF INFORMAL LETTER: HOW TO WRITE AN INFORMAL LETTER

LETTER WRITING FORMAT COMPLAIN LETTEREDITORIAL LETTERWITH SAMPLE( Click Here) TABLE OF CONTENT Introduction Informal and Formal Letter Terms of Letter Writing Format of Informal Letter Sample of Informal Letter Letter writing is a very important means of staying in touch with our relatives,  with our friends, with our clients and colleagues as well. Though atContinue reading “LETTER WRITING: FORMAT OF INFORMAL LETTER: SAMPLE OF INFORMAL LETTER: HOW TO WRITE AN INFORMAL LETTER”

DETERMINERS: USES KEY FEATURES: DEMONSTRATIVE:POSSESSIVES: QUIZZES

TABLE OF CONTENT What is Determiner ? Key Features of Determiners Demonstratives Possessive Adjectives  What is a Determiner ? A determiner is a word that introduces a noun I.e. a word that tells something about a noun. Example :       It is my pen.      I have some good Grammar books.   Here SOMEContinue reading “DETERMINERS: USES KEY FEATURES: DEMONSTRATIVE:POSSESSIVES: QUIZZES”

USE OF SHOULD MUST OUGHT TO: MODAL VERBS SHOWING DUTIES/OBLIGATIONS: QUIZ SHOULD : MUST: OUGHT TO: MODALS: PERFECT INFINITIVE MODALS: SHOULD HAVE MUST HAVE OUGHT TO HAVE USES AND DIFFERENCES

Table of Content Uses of Should Uses of Must Uses of Ought to  Learn with Video ( SHOULD MUST OUGHT TO) QUIZ USE OF SHOULD HAVE USE OF OUGHT TO HAVE USE OF MUST HAVE EXERCISE LEARN WITH VIDEO ( SHOULD HAVE OUGHT TO HAVE MUST HAVE ) USES OF SHOULD Light Advice You shouldContinue reading “USE OF SHOULD MUST OUGHT TO: MODAL VERBS SHOWING DUTIES/OBLIGATIONS: QUIZ SHOULD : MUST: OUGHT TO: MODALS: PERFECT INFINITIVE MODALS: SHOULD HAVE MUST HAVE OUGHT TO HAVE USES AND DIFFERENCES”

USAGE OF MAY AND MIGHT: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MAY AND MIGHT: PROPER USE OF MAY AND MIGHT: SLIGHT OR SLIGHTEST POSSIBILITIES AUXILIARY VERBS MAY AND MIGHT

Divider TABLE OF CONTENT   Uses of May Uses of Might May vs Might The difference: Can May Could Uses of Would QUIZ : May & Might Exercise: Understanding Would Learn with Video ( Can vs Could) Learn with Video (Uses of Would) USES OF MAY Contrary to ‘ Can ‘, May shows a slighter ,weakerContinue reading “USAGE OF MAY AND MIGHT: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MAY AND MIGHT: PROPER USE OF MAY AND MIGHT: SLIGHT OR SLIGHTEST POSSIBILITIES AUXILIARY VERBS MAY AND MIGHT”

USAGE OF CAN AND COULD: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CAN AND COULD :

TABLE OF CONTENT Uses of Can Uses of Could Can vs Could QUIZ Learn with Video USE OF CAN In simple words if we notice , use of ‘can’ shows speaker’s physical or mental power.or strength. So  instead of trapping yourselves much in the gust of uncountable rules, try to understand the main concept. StillContinue reading “USAGE OF CAN AND COULD: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CAN AND COULD :”

MODAL AUXILIARY RULES: INTRODUCTION: MODALS MISTAKES TO AVOID: MODALS BASIC POINTS TO REMEMBER: WHAT NOT TO USE WITH MODALS

MODAL AUXILIARY VERB MODAL VERBS SEMI MODAL VERBS Tables of Content Modals Introduction QUIZ MODALS What are Semi Modals? What is a Modal Verb ? Before having insight on Modal Auxiliary Verb, let’s dive deeper and understand the meaning of the word  Modal.   Modal  is a word that has been derived from Latin language that means-Continue reading “MODAL AUXILIARY RULES: INTRODUCTION: MODALS MISTAKES TO AVOID: MODALS BASIC POINTS TO REMEMBER: WHAT NOT TO USE WITH MODALS”

LITERARY DEVICES POETIC DEVICES LITERARY ELEMENTS FIGURE OF SPEECH

Literary Devices Literary Devices are the technique that a writer uses to expresses his ideas in a more elaborated way to enhance their writings. Simile  A simile a comparison between two objects of different kinds which have at least one point in common. It draws a resemblance with the words like- ‘ as’ ‘like’ andContinue reading “LITERARY DEVICES POETIC DEVICES LITERARY ELEMENTS FIGURE OF SPEECH”

Reported Speech: Question-based on CBSE Board Class X CBSE BOARD EXAM 2020 21 BASED QUESTIONS

Read the following conversation and then report what was said by completing the following passage:- A. A CONVERSATION BETWEEN A LADY SALES CLERK AND A PERSON NAMED HARISH Harish: Please give me a postal stamp for the letter I want to send to the next village.Sales Clerk: Here you are sir. That will cost rsContinue reading “Reported Speech: Question-based on CBSE Board Class X CBSE BOARD EXAM 2020 21 BASED QUESTIONS”

SOLUTION : REPORTED SPEECH EXERCISES

Exercise 1. a. I Radha says ,” Tapan is a nice boy.” a. Radha says that Tapan is a nice boy. b. Ankita says , ” They enjoyed the game.” b. Ankita says that they enjoyed the game . c. “I can’t beat you.” says Abhimanyu to Arjuna. c. Abhimanyu tells Arjun that he can’tContinue reading “SOLUTION : REPORTED SPEECH EXERCISES”

REPORTED SPEECH(PART 8):OPTATIVE SENTENCE

An Optative sentence expresses WISH CURSE PRAY Sentences often start with ‘ May’ adding an exclamation mark. May you live long ! May you go to hell ! Good morning ! HOW TO CHANGE a. Comma and Inverted commas( ,” “) witll be changed into conjunction – that b. Optative sentence will be changed intoContinue reading “REPORTED SPEECH(PART 8):OPTATIVE SENTENCE”

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