Surendra

Salem Tabri Shivpuri, Ludhiana, India - 141008

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Surendra

Salem Tabri Shivpuri, Ludhiana, India - 141008

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We,at Angels promise to provide the students with a quality training in the following areas :-
IELTS/TOEFL
Spoken English (Basic, Intermediate and Advanced level)
Call center training
General English Preparation for all competitive exams

Our Spoken English (BASIC) level is highly appreciated by the learners.It is a result-oriented course and is a must for working professionals from different walks of life like doctors,engineers,lawyers and most importantly teachers who are already exposed to an English speaking atmosphere.

It is indeed a unique course and is supplemented with the latest teaching strategies and audio-video technology.It makes the study of English grammar more enjoyable and makes one aware of the different grammatical structures (be it tenses,modal auxiliaries,preposition or an allied concept)

Today,in this contemporary world,teaching- learning is becoming commercialized.As a result,more and more institutes are being set up in our area.Acquisition of a commercial space,some renovation and fitting and finally recruiting a teacher are generally thought to be the essential steps in opening an institute.Because of this, learners keep changing the institutes one after the other and yet find no institute whose sole motive is to give knowledge .But in doing so,they realize that they have already wasted a lot their time,money and energy.So,in the end they give up all their hope and hate getting enrolled in an institute.At the same time,their personal views about all institutes become alike.

Taking the above viewpoints into consideration,we have set up an institute at Salem Tabri (which is however not a privileged area)in Ludhiana.

Working days:Mon-Fri(Morning batches-From 8 AM to 2 PM)
(Evening batches-From 6 PM -8 PM)
Weekend classes also available.

A demo class may be taken for your personal satisfaction.

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Salem Tabri

Ludhiana

Shivpuri, Ludhiana, India - 141008

Landmark: PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK

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Answered on 02/05/2015 Language/Spoken English

yeah sure.. look,there is a clear difference between a present participle and a gerund. If we look at a present participle and a gerund we"ll apparently not find any difference between the two as botha are 'ing' form of V1 But the difference lies in the fact that where on one hand a present participle... ...more
yeah sure.. look,there is a clear difference between a present participle and a gerund. If we look at a present participle and a gerund we"ll apparently not find any difference between the two as botha are 'ing' form of V1 But the difference lies in the fact that where on one hand a present participle is actually a verb there on the other a gerund is a noun although it appears to be a verb. Present participle can thus find its use in continous tenses but let me make one thing very clear that a gerund cannot form a continous tense. But a agernd if supplemented by a present participle can make a complete meaningful sentence in continous tense. For example, I am feeling like vomitting Note that feeling is a participle whereas avomitting is a gerund. Lets consider some other examples- Swimming is a very good exercise. Guess what??? What is swimming here. Is it a present participle or a gerund??? Yes you guessed it right ... It is a gerund since it is used as a subject. But, in a sentence,The boys were swimming. The word 'swimming' is used as a present participle and is used in the past continous tense Hope I have been able to make understand the difference between the two. Good luck! Bye!
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Answered on 02/05/2015 Language/Spoken English

yeah sure.. look,there is a clear difference between a present participle and a gerund. If we look at a present participle and a gerund we"ll apparently not find any difference between the two as botha are 'ing' form of V1 But the difference lies in the fact that where on one hand a present participle... ...more
yeah sure.. look,there is a clear difference between a present participle and a gerund. If we look at a present participle and a gerund we"ll apparently not find any difference between the two as botha are 'ing' form of V1 But the difference lies in the fact that where on one hand a present participle is actually a verb there on the other a gerund is a noun although it appears to be a verb. Present participle can thus find its use in continous tenses but let me make one thing very clear that a gerund cannot form a continous tense. But a agernd if supplemented by a present participle can make a complete meaningful sentence in continous tense. For example, I am feeling like vomitting Note that feeling is a participle whereas avomitting is a gerund. Lets consider some other examples- Swimming is a very good exercise. Guess what??? What is swimming here. Is it a present participle or a gerund??? Yes you guessed it right ... It is a gerund since it is used as a subject. But, in a sentence,The boys were swimming. The word 'swimming' is used as a present participle and is used in the past continous tense Hope I have been able to make understand the difference between the two. Good luck! Bye!
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Surendra conducts classes in BA Tuition, IELTS Coaching and Spoken English. It is located in Shivpuri, Ludhiana. It takes Regular Classes- at the Institute.

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