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CLASS X REPORTED SPEECH & EDITING EXERCISE FOR TERM 2

CLASS X REPORTED SPEECH & editing PRACTICE EXERCISE REPORTED SPEECH EDITING REPORTED SPEECH MEETA : What is your planning for tomorrow ? Sonali : I think, I don’t have anything scheduled for the evening tomorrow. Meeta : I would love to invite you for part  at hotel Granda. Oh really, What’s the occasion ? I’mContinue reading “CLASS X REPORTED SPEECH & EDITING EXERCISE FOR TERM 2”

USE OF ‘ TO BE ‘ IN FUTURE (WILL BE/SHALL BE) CHAPTER 3-C TENSE LEARN WITH CONVERSATION

THE CHAPTER INCLUDES  1. Structure of ‘to be’ in Simple Past Tense  (Use of was/were) 2. Conversation based on use of ‘ to be’ in past ( was/were) 3. Learn with Podcast (LISTEN & LEARN !) With the study point of view, I have categorized the lesson of TENSE in 3 sections – I. Simple TenseContinue reading “USE OF ‘ TO BE ‘ IN FUTURE (WILL BE/SHALL BE) CHAPTER 3-C TENSE LEARN WITH CONVERSATION”

USE OF ‘ TO BE ‘ IN PAST (WAS/WERE) CHAPTER 3 B TENSE

THE CHAPTER INCLUDES  1. Structure of ‘to be’ in Past (was/were) 2. Conversation based on use of ‘ to be’ in past ( was/were) 3. Learn with Podcast (LISTEN & LEARN !) With the study point of view, I have categorized this part in 3 sections – I. Simple Tense (PRESENT/PAST/FUTURE) ( without the use ofContinue reading “USE OF ‘ TO BE ‘ IN PAST (WAS/WERE) CHAPTER 3 B TENSE”

WHY TO USE A PASSIVE VOICE

WHY TO USE A PASSIVE VOICE 1.When we wish to focus the attention of the listener on a particular thing /person These documents were       signed by Mr. Sinha.            (Focus on documents) In this sentence we can notice someone was more interested to know which documents were signed rather thanContinue reading “WHY TO USE A PASSIVE VOICE”

PASSIVE VOICE: HOW TO CHANGE AN IMPERATIVE STATEMENT

Before understanding the rules of changing an Imperative statement in a Passive Voice , let us understand kinds of an Imperartive Statement:-  ★ There are three kinds of imperative sentences- 1.  Command2.  Advice3.  Request A sentence of command or order  is framed in three different ways-   1.  Command with object –  V1 + objectContinue reading “PASSIVE VOICE: HOW TO CHANGE AN IMPERATIVE STATEMENT”

DONTS IN PASSIVE VOICE

DONTS IN PASSIVE VOICE II WHERE NOT TO USE PASSIVE VOICE While learning the framing and uses of Passive voice, we must always be aware with the places where we must never use Passive Voice Statements. Sentences having Intransitive Verbs       are never changed. As we know In a Passive Voice a Subject is alwaysContinue reading “DONTS IN PASSIVE VOICE”

VOICE IN FUTURE PERFECT TENSE

FURURE PERFECT AFFIRMATIVE  Active Subject +will have/shall have+V3+Object Swati WILL HAVE sung a song. Passive Subject(sufferer)+ will have/shall have  +been +V3+ preposition +Object( Doer ) A song WILL HAVE BEEN sung by Swati. Active I shall have written a letter . Passive A letter will have been written by me. NEGATIVE  Active Subject +will +not+ have+ V3+Object SwatiContinue reading “VOICE IN FUTURE PERFECT TENSE”

PASSIVE VOICE IN PAST PERFECT TENSE

PASSIVE VOICE IN PAST PERFECT TENSE PAST PERFECT AFFIRMATIVE  Active Subject +had+V3+Object Swati HAd sung a song. Passive Subject(sufferer)+ had  +been +V3+ preposition +Object( Doer ) A song HAD BEEN sung by Swati. Active I had written a letter . Passive A letter had been written by me. NEGATIVE  Active Subject +had +not+ V3+Object Swati HAD NOT sungContinue reading “PASSIVE VOICE IN PAST PERFECT TENSE”

STUDENTS’ CORNER

STUDENTS’ CORNER The vase is blooming with the poems of the following students from Grade X- VanshIka Jain Arpit Jaiswal Shruti Kumari Sujal Mishra Rishika Manas Sanskriti Soni Jahnvi Kumari Khushi Kumari KEEP SCROLLING DOWN POEMS ON NATURE I AM VERY EXCITED TO SHARE THE POEMS OF MY STUDENTS. STUDENTS- THE YOUNG FRESH BUDS BEARContinue reading “STUDENTS’ CORNER”

PASSIVE VOICE IN PRESENT PERFECT TENSE

PASSIVE VOICE IN PRESENT PERFECT TENSE PRESENT PERFECT AFFIRMATIVE  Active Subject +has/have +V3+Object Swati HAS sung a song. Passive Subject(sufferer)+ has/have  +been +V3+ preposition +Object( Doer ) A song HAS BEEN sung by Swati. Active I have written a letter . Passive A letter has been written by me . NEGATIVE  Active Subject +has/have +not+ V3+Object Swati HAS NOTContinue reading “PASSIVE VOICE IN PRESENT PERFECT TENSE”

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