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Lesson Posted on 14/07/2020 Language/Spoken English Art and Creativity/Drawing/Intermediate

Office use of Present Perfect and Simple Present

Rodney

At the office we are challenged when we have to use the tenses. I thought," let me help you out, then." Present Perfect Tense: I have decided to move on. I have promoted you to the next level. I have chosen you for the project. I have found you suitable for this position. She has exceeded all... read more

At the office we are challenged when we have to use the tenses. I thought," let me help you out, then."

Present Perfect Tense:

  1. I have decided to move on.
  2. I have promoted you to the next level.
  3. I have chosen you for the project.
  4. I have found you suitable for this position.
  5. She has exceeded all expectations.
  6. I have explained to him.
  7. We have closed the deal.
  8. She has shocked us.
  9. The manager has raised the bar.
  10. The worker has set standards for us to follow.
  11. The virus has destroyed all the files.
  12. We have been generous to the staff.
  13. We have been kept on our toes. (by the management)
  14. We have increased sales by 10%.
  15. We have reduced wastage by 20%.
  16. We have cut costs.
  17. We have made history.
  18. We have improved upon our last performance.
  19. We have introduced a non disclosure clause.
  20. We have terminated him.

The trick is to use have with a past participle. But then, you can begin by combining have with every past participle you find on the internet. Some of the sentences may seem legitimate but are not in usage.

Past simple:

  1. I decided to move on.
  2. I promoted you to the next level.
  3. I chose you for the project.
  4. I found you suitable for this position.
  5. She exceeded all expectations.
  6. I explained to him.
  7. WE closed the deal.
  8. She shocked us.
  9. The manager raised the bar.
  10. The worker set standards for us to follow.
  11. The virus destroyed all the files.
  12. We were generous to the staff.
  13. We were kept on our toes.
  14. We increased sales by 10%.
  15. We reduced wastage by 20%.
  16. We cut costs.
  17. We made history.
  18. We improved upon our last performance
  19. We introduced a non- disclosure clause.
  20. We terminated him.
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Answered on 23/11/2019 Art and Creativity/Drawing/Intermediate

Manikandan

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Answered on 02/12/2019 Art and Creativity/Drawing/Intermediate

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Lesson Posted on 08/08/2019 Art and Creativity/Drawing

Learn drawing by using easy steps

Bhanu Swetha

I can teach every topic very easily and make it stronger for the students.

Draw daily — practice, practice, practice. Bring a sketchbook with you everywhere. Purchase a variety of pencils. Experiment with texture, colour, and blending. Take a local art class or study art theory. Draw from pictures or other drawings. Draw upside down. Study your source mater... read more
  1. Draw daily — practice, practice, practice.
  2. Bring a sketchbook with you everywhere.
  3. Purchase a variety of pencils.
  4. Experiment with texture, colour, and blending.
  5. Take a local art class or study art theory.
  6. Draw from pictures or other drawings.
  7. Draw upside down.
  8. Study your source material
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Answered on 03/06/2019 Art and Creativity/Drawing

Tarun Yadav

Drawing and sketching class having experience of 5 years

Rs. 1000 for 3 classes for 1 student
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Lesson Posted on 09/01/2019 Art and Creativity/Drawing Art and Creativity/Art and Craft Art and Creativity/Painting

Passionate Art Teacher for Artists forever Young at Heart

Dr. DD

"Education is something that remains inside us after we forget everything"-Swami Vivekananda; this is...

Here's your passionate art, craft, drawing and painting teacher, having 14 years of global experience, always striving to bring out the best artist inside you. Call me to start right away.
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Lesson Posted on 23/11/2018 Art and Creativity/Drawing Art and Creativity/Painting Art and Creativity

WHY SHOULD WE DRAW (Part-2)?

Arup Biswas

Hallo! This is artist Arup Biswas,completed degree and diploma in Painting (honours) with Applied art(minor)...

1. It's relaxing for the most part. At times it can be challenging and frustrating. 2. If we want to be an expert in drawing and the only way to get better is to do it consistently. 3. Sometimes I have an image in my head that won't quite show up until I get it on paper. It is almost a compulsion. 4.... read more

1. It's relaxing for the most part. At times it can be challenging and frustrating.

2. If we want to be an expert in drawing and the only way to get better is to do it consistently.

3. Sometimes I have an image in my head that won't quite show up until I get it on paper. It is almost a compulsion.

4. It helps us to work through some powerful emotions. These drawings always turn out the best because they end up layered with meaning.

5. It is a skill other people admire.

6. Drawing transcends language barriers, let you communicate with more people in this World.

7. Spending hours on something like this give us a real sense of accomplishment when it's finished.

8. It's a way to share our opinions and where our head is at the moment.

9. It's wild to draw a picture that has so much specific meaning to you, and then to show people and see how your piece changes and grows based on others perceptions.

10. We draw because we find it fun and fulfilling, and our life would not be the same without it.

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Lesson Posted on 01/06/2017 Tuition/BTech Tuition Tuition/Engineering Diploma Tuition Art and Creativity/Drawing

Why SSC/HSC Students Should Study Technical Drawing?

Ashok Jain

High school students who are determined to pursue the Engineering profession use lot of their energy in securing good marks in their Board examinations.They also parallely attend preparatory classes at coaching centres for the entrance exams like the CET. Very few perhaps know that in the first year... read more

High school students who are determined to pursue the Engineering profession use lot of their energy in securing good marks in their Board examinations.They also parallely attend preparatory classes at coaching centres for the entrance exams like the CET. 

Very few perhaps know that in the first year / semester of the Engineering Degree/Diploma most subjects are common for the students of all the branches/discipline of Engineering. Whether, you have opted for Information Technology or Computer Science or Mechanical Engineering or any other stream of Engineering you have to study these common/ compulsory subjects in the first semester.

Engineering Mathematics, Engineering Physics/Chemistry, Fundamentals of Programming Languages, Engineering Graphics/Drawing are the subjects you have to study mandatorily.

Engineering Graphics-1 is a subject that requires practical/hands on experience to cope up with its demands. A number of students find it difficult to understand, some take it lightly and either score very low marks or simply fail in the subject called drawing. 

Even the Polytechnic students pursuing their Diploma courses have to study the commom subjects in the first semester irrespective of the branch they have selected.The common subjects are: Basic Physics, Basic Chemistry, Basic Mathematics, English, Computer Fundamentals and Basic Workshop Practice.

My humble suggestion is that if the high school students attend a short/crash course on the Technical Drawing meant for high school students during their vacations they will find the subject much easier and will score good marks when they attend first semester of Engineering/Polytechnic.

Any good tutor can teach the basics of Technical Drawing in maximum 10 - 15 days.

The school authorities can also take the initiative of conducting full day Workshops on the subject on weekends. This small step will decrease the load in the first semester of engineering on the student.

 

 

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Lesson Posted on 17/05/2017 Art and Creativity/Drawing

This is subhasri. Today I am going to teach basic drawing

Subhasri s.

Hi to everybody, Today I am gonna teach about start up in diawing... When you decide to learn drawing, or you have interest in drawing means, 1st you must learn to be patience. patience is very important in drawing. While you start up in drawing 1st lesson is draw a straight line. friends... read more

Hi to everybody,

  •  Today I am gonna teach about start up in diawing...
  1. When you decide to learn drawing, or you have interest in drawing means, 1st you must learn to be patience.
  2. patience is very important in drawing.
  3. While you start up in drawing 1st lesson is draw a straight line. friends while am say this definitely you will laugh or think this is common . even child also can draw a straight line.. but your tought is very wrong drawing a straight line is very difficult. we have to take atleast 2weeks pratice. then only you can draw staright line perfectly.
  4. because in drawing straight line very important. when you do pratice daily, then only you get flow in line
  5. While you draw straight line, you must have to hold the pencil in 4cm far from the pencil tip. 
  6. Then when you praticing the line, your hand dont place on paper. you must have to hold pencil and draw the line without support  your palm in sheet.  
  7. keep praticing again and again then only u draw a prefect line.
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