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Lesson Posted on 23/11/2022 Learn CBSE +5 Hobby Spanish Language Female tutor Spanish Language & Literature Spanish

Spanish Basics

Vidhi Gaba

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Hola = Hello Adiós = Goodbye Por favor = Please The basic conversational building blocks are a great place to start. Simple phrases like good morning, how are you, etc. grease the wheels of daily conversation in most every language, including Spanish. Buenos días = Good morning Buenas... read more
  • Hola = Hello
  • Adiós = Goodbye
  • Por favor = Please

The basic conversational building blocks are a great place to start. Simple phrases like good morning, how are you, etc. grease the wheels of daily conversation in most every language, including Spanish.

  • Buenos días = Good morning
  • Buenas tardes = Good afternoon
  • Buenas noches = Good evening
  • Hola, me llamo Juan = Hello, my name is John
  • Me llamo… = My name is…
  • ¿Cómo te llamas? = What’s your name?
  • Mucho gusto = Nice to meet you
  • ¿Cómo estás? = How are you?
  • Estoy bien, gracias = I’m well thank you
  • Disculpa. ¿Dónde está el baño? = Excuse me. Where is the bathroom?
  • ¿Qué hora es? = What time is it?
  • ¿Cómo se dice ‘concert’ en español? = How do you say ‘concert’ in Spanish?
  • Estoy perdido/a = I am lost
  • Yo no comprendo = I do not understand
  • Por favor, habla más despacio = Would you speak slower, please
  • Te extraño = I miss you
  • Te quiero = I love you

 

  • Gracias = Thank you
  • Lo siento = Sorry
  • Salud = Bless you (after someone sneezes)
  • = Yes
  • No = No
  • ¿Quién? = Who?
  • ¿Qué? = What?
  • ¿Por qué? = Why?
  • ¿Dónde? = Where?

 

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Lesson Posted on 23/11/2022 Learn Spanish Language & Literature +4 Spanish Male tutor Female tutor Spanish Language

TENER VERB

Vidhi Gaba

I am a tutor since past 5 years and have an experience in the language for over 11years now. I have been...

TENER VERB Tener – to have – is one of the most common irregular Spanish verbs. In the simple present tense, tener is used just like the English verb "to have" when it means "to possess"*: Tener Conjugation: Present Tense yo i have tengo tú you have (informal) tienes él/ella/ud. he... read more

TENER VERB

Tener – to have – is one of the most common irregular Spanish verbs. In the simple present tense, tener is used just like the English verb "to have" when it means "to possess"*:

Tener Conjugation: Present Tense

yo i have tengo

you have (informal)

tienes
él/ella/ud.

he has

she Has

you have (formal)

tiene
ns. we have tenemos
vs. you all have (informal) tenéis
ellos/ellas/uds.

They have

you'll (formal)

have

tienen

 

Tengo dos hermanos.   I have two brothers.
¿Tienes un diccionario?   Do you have a dictionary?
No tenemos dinero.   We don’t have any mone
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Lesson Posted on 23/11/2022 Learn Spanish Language & Literature +3 Spanish Language Female tutor Spanish

REGULAR VERBS

Vidhi Gaba

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VERBOS REGULARES REGULAR SPANISH VERBS Notes: The written lesson is below. Links to quizzes, tests, etc. are to the left. All Spanish verbs are either “regular” or “irregular.” In this lesson we will look at three completely regular verbs: hablar (to speak)comer... read more

VERBOS REGULARES

REGULAR SPANISH VERBS

Notes:

  1. The written lesson is below.
  2. Links to quizzes, tests, etc. are to the left.

 

All Spanish verbs are either “regular” or “irregular.” In this lesson we will look at three completely regular verbs:

hablar (to speak)
comer (to eat)
vivir (to live)

Notice the last two letters of each verb.

hablar (to speak)
comer (to eat)
vivir (to live)

There are three categories of verbs:

-ar verbs (like hablar)
-er verbs (like comer)
-ir verbs (like vivir)

All three categories are infinitives. You will recall from a previous lesson that infinitives are the base form of the verb, equivalent in English to: to speak, to eat, to live, etc. In Spanish, all infinitives end in -ar, -er, or -ir.

-ar verb
hablar (to speak)

-er verb
comer (to eat)

-ir verb
vivir (to live)

Remember what it means to conjugate a verb:

to speak

I speak
you speak
he speaks
she speaks
we speak
you-all speak
they speak

In this lesson, you will learn to conjugate our model verbs for I, you (formal), we, and you-all (formal).

hablar – to speak

yo hablo
I speak
usted habla
you speak
nosotros/as hablamos
we speak
ustedes hablan
you-all speak

comer – to eat

yo como
I eat
usted come
you eat
nosotros/as comemos
we eat
ustedes comen
you-all eat

vivir – to live

yo vivo
I live
usted vive
you live
nosotros/as vivimos
we live
ustedes viven
you-all live

Look for a pattern in the yo form.

yo hablo
yo como
yo vivo

If the subject is I (yo), conjugate by dropping the ending and add -o.

yo hablo (hablar – ar + o = hablo)
yo como (comer – er + o = como)
yo vivo (vivir – ir + o = vivo)

Look for a pattern in the usted form.

usted habla
usted come
usted vive

If the subject is you formal (usted) drop the ending and add either -a or -e. If the verb is an -ar verb, add -a. If it is an -er or -ir verb, add -e.

usted habla (hablar – ar + a = habla)
usted come (comer – er + e = come)
usted vive (vivir – ir + e = vive)

Look for a pattern in the nosotros/as form.

nosotros/as hablamos
nosotros/as comemos
nosotros/as vivimos

If the subject is we (nosotros/as), conjugate by dropping the ending and add -amos, -emos, or -imos.

Notice that the ending of the infinitive determines which is used: -ar verbs add -amos, -er verbs add -emos, -ir verbs add -imos.

nosotros/as hablamos
(hablar – ar + amos = hablamos)

nosotros/as comemos
(comer – er + emos = comemos)

nosotros/as vivimos
(vivir – ir + imos = vivimos)

Look for a pattern in the ustedes form.

ustedes hablan
ustedes comen
ustedes viven

If the subject is you-all (ustedes), conjugate by dropping the ending and add -an or -en. If the verb is an -ar verb, add -an. If it is an -er or an -ir verb, add -en.

ustedes hablan
(hablar – ar + an = hablan)

ustedes comen
(comer – er + en = comen)

ustedes viven
(vivir – ir + en = viven)

Present tense (indicative) in Spanish means three things.

  1. Yo hablo inglés:

    I speak English.
    I do speak English.
    I am speaking English.

  2. Yo como pan:

    I eat bread.
    I do eat bread.
    I am eating bread.

  3. Yo vivo en Buenos Aires:

    I live in Buenos Aires.
    I do live in Buenos Aires.
    I am living in Buenos Aires.

 

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Lesson Posted on 05/02/2022 Learn Spanish Language +3 Tuition Spanish English

LOS SALUDOS

Bhavika Kukreja

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Español English HOLA HELLO BUENOS DIAS GOOD MORNING BUENAS TARDES GOOD AFTERNOON BUENAS NOCHES GOOD NIGHT HASTA LUEGO SEE YOU LATER HASTA MAÑANA SEE YOU TOMORROW HASTA SIEMPRE FAREWELL HASTA PRONTO SEE YOU SOON CUÍDATE TAKE... read more
Español  English 
HOLA HELLO
BUENOS DIAS GOOD MORNING
BUENAS TARDES GOOD AFTERNOON
BUENAS NOCHES GOOD NIGHT
HASTA LUEGO

SEE YOU LATER

HASTA MAÑANA SEE YOU TOMORROW
HASTA SIEMPRE FAREWELL
HASTA PRONTO SEE YOU SOON
CUÍDATE TAKE CARE

ES UN PLACER CONOCERLE/ENCANTADO DE CONOCERLE

PLEASED TO MEET YOU

QUE GUSTO VERLE

I'M GLAD TO SEE YOU
ADIÓS GOODBYE
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Answered on 23/03/2020 Learn Class IX-X Tuition +1 Social Studies

Apoorva P.

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi started the non-cooperation movement. The main motive of this movement was to resist the British rule in India, by a non-violent means, also called "satyagraha". This movement gained widespread popularity and was spread across the countryside. There was the surrendering of... read more

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi started the non-cooperation movement. The main motive of this movement was to resist the British rule in India, by a non-violent means, also called "satyagraha". This movement gained widespread popularity and was spread across the countryside.

  • There was the surrendering of titles
  • Boycott of schools and colleges led by the British
  •  Foreign goods were burnt, and the liquor shops were destroyed.
  • People boycotted foreign clothes and initiated the use of khadi
  • The peasants, the local leader and the tribals started this movement in the countryside. For example, the peasants were led by Baba Ramchandra, in Awadh. Here, the movement was not against the Britishers, but against the talukdars and landlords. They made the peasants work for days together in their fields, without paying them and were regularly evicted from their homes. This led to an outrage among the peasants, and they demanded a reduction in the revenue. 
  • Jawaharlal Nehru set up the Awadh Kisan Sabha in the villages.
  • As a result of this, the houses of talukdars were attacked, and the bazaars were looted.
  • In the Gundam hills of Andra Pradesh, a militant guerrilla movement spread under the leadership of Raju. This movement was established to fight against unfair forest laws. 

 

This was a mass movement followed in the urban cities and towns, by the people who used to look up to Gandhi and his methods of agitation.

 

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Answered on 03/10/2021 Learn Class IX-X Tuition +1 Science

Ashok Reddy Penthala

Expert in IIT NEET entrance exams

Energy= power×time P =120 W =120 J/s Time t = 20 min = 20×60 second= 1200 second E = 120× 120 = 144000joul E =144×1000 joul =144 kilo joul
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Answered on 08/08/2022 Learn Class IX-X Tuition +1 Science

Srivanthi Muralidharan

Experienced science teacher, CBSE and state board

covex lens concentrate the sun rays onto a small area, which heats up the area, then the exposed surface will ignited, {it is a converging lengs, that is it will converge the rays falling on it into single strong beam.
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Lesson Posted on 18/06/2017 Learn Class IX-X Tuition +3 Science Class VI-VIII Tuition Science

Numerical problems on force and pressure

Soumi Roy

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Example 1: A force of 1200 N acts on the surface of area 10 cm2 normally. What would be the thrust and pressure on the surface?Given: Force F = 1200 N, Area A = 10 cm2 = 10 ×10-4 m2 = 10-3 m2Thrust = Normal pressure = F = 1200 NPressure P = F/A 1200N10−3m21200N10−3m2 ... read more

Example 1:

A force of 1200 N acts on the surface of area 10 cm2 normally. What would be the thrust and pressure on the surface?

Given:


Force F = 1200 N, Area A = 10 cm2 = 10 ×10-4 m2 = 10-3 m2

Thrust = Normal pressure = F = 1200 N

Pressure P = F/A 1200N103m21200N10−3m2
              
                      = 1.2 ×× 106 N/m2

Example 2:

The elephant weighs 20,000 N stands on one foot of area 1000 cm2. How much pressure would it exert on the ground?

Given:


Force applied by elephant F = 20,000 N, area A = 1000 cm2 = 1000/100×100m2 = 0.1 m2

The pressure is given by

Pressure P = F/A

      = 20,000N/0.1m2


        = 2,00,000 N/m2.

Example 3:

Calculate the pressure produced by a force of 800 N acting on an area of 2.0 m2.

Solution:

Pressure is defined as force per unit area or P = F / A
P = (800 N) / (2.0 m2
)
P = 400 N / m2
= 400 Pa

Example 4:

The pressure of a gas contained in a cylinder with a movable piston is 300 Pa. The area of the piston is 0.5 m2. Calculate the force that is exerted on the piston.

Solution

Pressure is defined as force per unit area or P = F / A
We multiply both sides of the equation by the area to solve for the force as
F = P A
F = (300 Pa) (0.5 m2
)
F = 150 (Pa) m2
= 150 (N / m2
) m2
F = 150 N

Example 5:

A swimming pool of width 9.0 m and length 24.0 m is filled with water to a depth of 3.0 m. Calculate pressure on the bottom of the pool due to the water.

Solution:

The pressure due to a column of fluid is calculated as the product of the height of the fluid times
the density of the fluid times the acceleration due to gravity. For water the density is d = 1000 kg /
m3
.
? P = d h g
? P = (1000 kg / m3
) (3.0 m) (9.8 m / s2
)
? P = 29400 kg m2 / m3
s2
To simplify the units we cancel one m term in the m2
term in the numerator and one m term in
the m3
term in the denominator to get
? P = 29400 kg m / s2
m2

We know that 1N = 1 kg m / s2
so we can write
? P = 29400 N / m2
= 29400 Pa

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Lesson Posted on 21/03/2017 Learn Class IX-X Tuition +1 Mathematics

Fastest way How to check if a number is a Perfect Square or not

Debraj Paul

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Squares of all integers are known as perfect squares. In this lesson, we will discuss a very interesting Mathematical shortcut: How to check whether a number is a perfect square or not. There are some properties of perfect squares which can be used to test if a number is a perfect square or not. They... read more

Squares of all integers are known as perfect squares. In this lesson, we will discuss a very interesting Mathematical shortcut: How to check whether a number is a perfect square or not. There are some properties of perfect squares which can be used to test if a number is a perfect square or not. They can definitely say if it is not the square. (i.e. Converse is not necessarily true). 

All perfect squares end in 1, 4, 5, 6, 9 or 00 (i.e. Even number of zeros). Therefore, a number that ends in 2, 3, 7 or 8 is not a perfect square. 

For all the numbers ending in 1, 4, 5, 6, & 9 and for numbers ending in even zeros, then remove the zeros at the end of the number and apply following tests:

  • Digital roots are 1, 4, 7 or 9. No number can be a perfect square unless its digital root is 1, 4, 7, or 9. You might already be familiar with computing digital roots. (To find digital root of a number, add all its digits. If this sum is more than 9, add the digits of this sum. The single digit obtained at the end is the digital root of the number.)
  • If unit digit ends in 5, ten’s digit is always 2.
  • If it ends in 6, ten’s digit is always odd (1, 3, 5, 7, and 9) otherwise it is always even. That is if it ends in 1, 4, and 9 the ten’s digit is always even (2, 4, 6, 8, 0).
  • If a number is divisible by 4, its square leaves a remainder 0 when divided by 8.
  • Square of even number not divisible by 4 leaves remainder 4 while square of an odd number always leaves remainder 1 when divided by 8.
  • Total numbers of prime factors of a perfect square are always odd.

4539 ends in 9, digit sum is 3. Therefore, 4539 is not a perfect square.

5776 ends in 6, digit sum is 7. Therefore, 5776 may be a perfect square. 

Step 1: A perfect square never ends in 2, 3, 7 or 8. 

This is the first observation you will make to check if the number is a perfect square or not. For example, consider the example 15623. 

15623

By just noticing the number itself, we can conclude that 15623 cannot be a perfect square. We do not have to go to Step 2.


Step 2: Obtain the digital root of the number: 

How does the digital root of a number would help in determining if a number is a perfect square or not. It turns out; a perfect square will always have a digital root of 0, 1, 4 or 7. 

Take the number 15626 for example. This number ends in digits 6. So it satisfies Step 1. But still we cannot conclude, this number as a perfect square.

Let’s take the digital root of this number. 

1 5 6 2 6 = 5 + 6 = 11 = 1 + 1 = 2

So, the digital root of this number is 2. A perfect square will never have a digital root 2. Hence, we can conclude 15626 is not a perfect square.
Now, there is a rider for this shortcut though, even if both Steps are satisfied, that does not guarantee that the number is a perfect square. 

Let us take up an example here. Consider the number 623461, which is not a perfect square.
Notice that the unit digit is 1. This number could be a perfect square. Let us take the digital root. 

6 2 3 4 6 1

The digital root of 623461 is 4. So it satisfies both Step 1 and 2. Still we cannot conclude that 623461 is a perfect square though.
However, this shortcut comes in really handy to eliminate obvious choices which are not a perfect square to solve competitive examination where you need to find the perfect squares.


Is 14798678562 a perfect square? Is 15763530163289 a perfect square?

Examine both the units digits and the digital roots of perfect squares to help determine whether or not a given number is a perfect square.

As we know a perfect square can only end in a 0, 1, 4, 5, 6, or 9; this should allow us to determine whether the first of our numbers is a perfect square. However, it isn't sufficient to draw a conclusion about the second number. 

Again as we know that if a perfect square ends in 9; it’s tens digit is always even. Alas, even if we do this, it won't rule out numbers ending in 89, because '...89' is a possible square. 

However, as we know no number can be a perfect square unless its digital root is 1, 4, 7, or 9; so, find the digital root of our second number. It’s 5. As 5 isn't in this list, then the number is definitely not a perfect square. 

So, we can conclude, a number cannot be an exact or perfect square if:

-        it ends in 2, 3,7 or 8

-        it terminates in an odd number of zeros

-        its last digit is 6 but its penultimate (tens) digit is even

-        its last digit is not 6 but its penultimate (tens) digit is odd

-        its last digit is 5 but its penultimate (tens) digit is other than 2

-        its last 2 digits are not divisible by 4 if it is even numbe

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it is per cent per annum. cent= century i.e. 100 and anuum means one year. we have a general word as per-head means for every head. in this way per cent means for every hundred
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