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Lesson Posted on 02 Aug CBSE/Class 10/English CBSE/Class 12/English/English - Flemingo Prose

'DOUBLE PAST SENTENCES 'AND USE OF 'IT' & USE OF 'THERE' ( ENGLISH GRAMMAR )

U.K. Akshay

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Double Past Sentences: 1.) Kya boss ke aane se pehle ,aap apna work finish kar chuke the ? Had you finished your work before the boss came ? 2.) Custom officer ke pas jane se pehle wah ghbra raha tha . He was getting nervous before he reached to the custom officer. 3.) Akshay ke Mumbai... read more

Double Past Sentences:

1.) Kya boss ke aane se pehle ,aap apna work finish kar chuke the ?

     Had you finished your work before the boss came ?

2.) Custom officer ke pas jane se pehle wah ghbra raha tha .

     He was getting nervous before he reached to the custom officer.

3.) Akshay ke Mumbai jane se pehle , wah puri shopping kar chukka tha.

     Akshay had done all shopping before he went to Mumbai.

4.) Jab Ravi school pahunch to Gate keeper Gate band kar chukka tha.

      The Gatekeeper had closed the Gate when Ravi reached School.

5.) Lutere Ajmer me khana kha rahe the jab police Jaipur pahunchi.

      The Robbers were eating in Ajmer when Police reached Jaipur.

                                                       Use of ‘It’:

  1.) Sawa teen baje hai.

        It is quarter past three.

 2.)  Meri watch me paune ek baje hai.

       It is quarter to one by my watch.

 3.)  Thandi  hawa chal rahi hai.

        It is blowing cold.

 4.)  Kya aaj mausam achha nahi hai ?

       Is it not fine weather today ?

5.)  Mujhe bahut dukh hai uske accident ke bare me janker.

      It is sad to me to know about his accident.

 6.) Wahan jane me aadha ghanta lagega.

      It will take half an hour to reach there.

7.)  Peak hours me driving karna bahut bekar hai.

      It is aweful to drive in peak hours.

8.)  Eski sambavna hai ki wah aaj aa sakta hai.

      It is possible that he may come today.

9.)  PVR me movie dekhna bahut badhiya / achha hai.

       It is awesome/ great to watch movie in PVR.

10.) Yah tumhi ho jisne mujhe chup rehne ko kaha hai.

       It is only you who told / asked me to keep quiet.

11.) Uske acche karm hi the jisne use bacha liya.

       It was his good karmas only which saved him.

                                                             Use of ‘There’:

    1.) Car me char log the.

         There were four persons in car.

    2.) Subah khub barish hiu thi.

         There was a lot of rain in the morning.

   3.)  Usko promotion na milne ke kai karan hai.

         There are number of reasons for not granting him promotion.

    4.) Prashant ke reception me 300 se jyada log the.

         There were more than 300 persons in prashant’s wedding reception.

     5.) Kai log hai jo sarkar ki yojnao ka samarthan karte hai.

          There are many people who support government’s policies. 

     6.) Kuch hi virodhi hai.

          There are only few opponents.

     7.) Kuch virodhi hai.

          There are few / some opponents.

    8.) Ghar par koi nahi hoga.

         There will be no one at home

 

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Lesson Posted on 26 May CBSE/Class 12/Commerce/Economics

Is Subsidy a Boon or a Bane? (3/4 Marks)

Vijayalakshmi Kadambari

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Subsidies are monetary assistance from the government to various industries, primarily to priority sectors like agriculture and allied activities. Boon: Subsidies to small scale industries, especially export-oriented industries, are much-needed assistance since these industries face a financial crunch... read more

Subsidies are monetary assistance from the government to various industries, primarily to priority sectors like agriculture and allied activities.

Boon:

  • Subsidies to small scale industries, especially export-oriented industries, are much-needed assistance since these industries face a financial crunch ( difficulty) that can be resolved by subsidy. Moreover, these industries are generally labour intensive and provide employment opportunities. The provision of subsidies to such industries accelerates the output and employment options and generates sectoral growth leading to economic growth from the grass-root level.
  • Subsidies to agriculture and allied activities like fishing, animal husbandry, and so on provide the much-required finance for farmers and other artisans to buy inputs like seeds, fertilizers, etc. It helps reduce the financial burden, especially for farmers, since agricultural production is a gamble-- at the hands of nature. In case of a flood or drought, the farmers become financially vulnerable. At such times, a subsidy acts as a backbone and provides support for them to resume their cultivation.

Bane:

  • However, subsidies are a drain on the treasury. As the economy grows and governments undertake more and more activities in the general public's interest, subsidies become a burden for the governments. Especially in developing countries like ours where the tax revenue is low and hence public receipts are down. The expenditure on subsidies, called a transfer payment, is a vast recurring burden for the government preventing it from actively engaging in other developmental activities. 
  • Another more relevant reason is that the beneficiaries of subsidies continue to enjoy the benefits without expanding their scale of production or diversifying their productive activities to non-subsidy areas of operation. It reduces their capacity to grow and significantly hampers sectoral; development.
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Lesson Posted on 20 May CBSE/Class 12/Commerce/Economics

XII Macro Economics Unit 2 Money and Banking

Puneet Duggal

I am an Expert Class XI and XII Economics teacher with an Experience of more than 15 years while preparing...

Money and Banking Class XII Macro Economics Topic A Barter Exchange Exchange of ‘goods for goods’ is called barter exchange Example : If a person A sells wheat to person B in exchange for rice, there is only exchange of goods for goods which is know as Barter... read more

Money and Banking

Class XII Macro Economics

Topic A

 

  • Barter Exchange

           Exchange of ‘goods for goods’ is called barter exchange

           Example :  If a person A sells wheat to person B in exchange for rice, there is only exchange of goods for goods which is know as Barter Exchange.

 

  • Definition of Money.

Anything that is generally acceptable as a medium of exchange and at the same time act as a measure of value & store of value.

 

Meaning of Money Supply: Total money in circulation in an economy at a particular point of time.                                                                                             (1m)

  • It includes money of public only
  • It excludes money of Govt. and Central Bank
  • It is a stock concept

 

 

Components of money supply ( 3m)

  1. Currency held by the public
  • Currency notes are issued by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) which is the monetary Authority in India.
  • One rupee notes and coins are issued by the ministry of finance, govt. of India.
  • Currency notes & coins are called fiat money.
  • Currency notes & coins are also called legal tenders as they cannot be refused by any citizen of the country for settlement of any Economic Transaction.

 

  1. (Net) Demand Deposits by Commercial Banks
  • Demand deposits are the deposits which can be withdrawn from Banks on demand by writing cheques or through ATM / Debit card example  current account deposits and saving account deposits.
  • Only deposits of the public held by commercial banks are included in money supply.
  • Inter-Bank Deposits (deposits which a commercial bank holds in other commercial banks) are not included in money supply.

 

  Demand Deposits : Deposits made in a commercial Bank which can be withdrawn at any point of time by cheque/ATM/Debit card. They carry very less or no rate of Interest. Example Saving Bank Account or Current Account.   

 

Time Deposits : Deposits made in a commercial bank which can be withdrawn only after a certain time period. They carry high Rate of Interest which varies with time period. They cannot be withdrawn by cheque/ATM/ Debit Card.

 

 

 

 

 

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Lesson Posted on 20 May CBSE/Class 12/Commerce/Economics

XII Macro Economics Unit 2 Money and Banking

Abhay

Money and Banking Class XII Macro Economics Topic A Barter Exchange: Exchange of ‘goods for goods’ is called barter exchange. Example: If person A sells wheat to person B in exchange for rice, there is only an exchange of goods for goods known as the Barter Exchange. Definition of Money.... read more

Money and Banking

Class XII Macro Economics

Topic A

  • Barter Exchange: Exchange of ‘goods for goods’ is called barter exchange. Example: If person A sells wheat to person B in exchange for rice, there is only an exchange of goods for goods known as the Barter Exchange.
  • Definition of Money. Anything that is generally accepted as a medium of exchange and at the same time act as a measure of value & store of value.

Meaning of Money Supply: Total money in circulation in an economy at a particular point in time. (1m)

  • It includes money of public only
  • It excludes money of Govt. and Central Bank
  • It is a stock concept

Components of money supply ( 3m)

Currency held by the public

  • Currency notes are issued by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), the monetary authority in India.
  • One rupee notes and coins are issued by the ministry of finance, Govt. of India.
  • Currency notes & coins are called fiat money.
  • Currency notes & coins are also called legal tenders as they cannot be refused by any citizen of the country for settlement of any Economic Transaction.

(Net) Demand Deposits by Commercial Banks

  • Demand deposits can be withdrawn from Banks on demand by writing cheques or ATM / Debit card example, current account deposits and saving account deposits.
  • Only deposits of the public held by commercial banks are included in the money supply.
  • Inter-Bank Deposits (deposits that a commercial bank holds in other commercial banks) are not included in the money supply.

Demand Deposits: Deposits made in a commercial Bank can be withdrawn at any point of time by cheque/ATM/Debit card. They carry very less or no rate of interest: Example Saving Bank Account or Current Account.

Time Deposits: Deposits made in a commercial bank can be withdrawn only after a certain period. They carry a high rate of interest which varies with the period. Cheque/ATM/ Debit Card cannot withdraw them.

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Lesson Posted on 01 Mar CBSE/Class 12

Economics for Class 12th

Anjali Chauhan

I have a deep knowledge of my subject and currently persuing my masters and preparing for PhD. I have...

Q1: What is Economics? A1: Economics is about making choices in the presence of scarcity. Q2: What is scarcity? A2: scarcity can be defined as a situation when demand for something exceeds its supply. Reasons for Choices or Occurrence of Scarcity- Human wants are unlimited. But the resources... read more

Q1: What is Economics?

A1: Economics is about making choices in the presence of scarcity.

Q2: What is scarcity?

A2: scarcity can be defined as a situation when demand for something exceeds its supply.

Reasons for Choices or Occurrence of Scarcity-

  1. Human wants are unlimited.
  2. But the resources that can satisfy human wants are limited.
  3. And these resources can be put to alternative uses.

Economics can be divided into three activities- Production, Distribution and Consumption.

The CENTRAL PROBLEM of the economy is related to the above mentioned three activities.

Central Problems of an Economy-

1. Allocation of resources 

-What to produce 

-How to produce 

-For whom to produce 

2. Efficient utilisation of resources 

3. Growth of resources 

ECONOMY is a boundary in which production, consumption and distribution take place.

These are some starting notes on class 12th economics. More in my class will make you get top scores in the subject with a personal guarantee. The students will love the notes' explanation, and one will build a self-interest in the subject by my lectures.

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Answered on 02 Mar CBSE/Class 12

Please explain the equation:1/λ=z²R(1/n²)

Rajan Mittal

CBSE JEE NEET B.TECH Teacher with an experience of 20+ years

It gives a wavelength of the photon of light emitted when an atom of atomic no ' z ' acquires an electron in its ' n ' orbit from infinity. Here R = rydberg constant
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Answered on 20/12/2020 CBSE/Class 12

What is lyonization?

Sudeepa Mukherjee

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Random inactivation of one of the two X chromosomes in every female cell at the very early developmental stage of embryo is called lyonization.
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