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Lesson Posted on 18/11/2020 CBSE/Class 1/Maths CBSE/Class 10 CBSE/Class 11 +4 CBSE/Class 12 CBSE/Class 4 CBSE/Class 2 CBSE/Class 10/Hindi/Kritika/Chapter 1 - Mata Ka Anchal/NCERT Solutions/Exercise 1 less

Numbers - Natural /Counting, Whole, Integers Explained!

Ranganath B

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Numbers - Natural /Counting, Whole, Integers Explained! Natural Numbers = Counting Numbers N = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5,… infinity} Natural numbers are counting numbers. These are a set of numbers. (Set = related items) What are Whole Numbers? W = {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,… infinity} W =... read more

Numbers - Natural /Counting, Whole, Integers Explained!

Natural Numbers = Counting Numbers

N = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5,… infinity}

 

Natural numbers are counting numbers.

These are a set of numbers.

(Set = related items)

 

What  are Whole Numbers?

W = {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,… infinity}

W = zero + Natural Numbers

 

What are Integers?

Z = {-infinity, … -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,… infinity}

 

Decimals, fractions are not part of Integers.

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Lesson Posted on 23/09/2020 CBSE/Class 4/English/Grammar

Difference between Quiet, Really and Absolutely

Chirag Ghosh

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Hello everyone! USING ADVERBS OF DEGREE TO DESCRIBE VERBS. " Quite", "really" and "absolutely" can be used to modify verbs. These modifying words must go before the verb. In UK English "quite" doesn't have as strong an emphasis as "really".In US English, the emphasis is stronger.... read more

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🔷️USING ADVERBS OF DEGREE TO DESCRIBE VERBS.

🔹"️Quite", "really" and "absolutely" can be used to modify verbs. These modifying words 👉must go before the verb.

🔹️In 🇬🇧UK English "quite" doesn't have as strong an emphasis as "really".
In 🇺🇸US English, the emphasis is stronger.
Example.
I quite enjoy cycling. 🚴‍♂️
"Quite" can be used before "enjoy" and "like."

🔹"️Really" is used to mean "a lot more."
Example.
I really like cycling. 🚵‍♂️
"Really" can be used before "like", "love", "enjoy", "don't like", and "hate."

🔹️"Absolutely" is used in extreme forms.
Example.
I absolutely love cycling.
🚴‍♀️
"Absolutely" can be used before "love" and "hate."

Further examples.
1. He quite likes playing tennis 🎾
2. She really enjoys playing guitar. 🎸
3. He really doesn't like cooking. 🍳🍲🥘
4. They absolutely hate singing.

Have a great time!

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Lesson Posted on 12/09/2020 CBSE/Class 4/English/Grammar/Verbs

Difference Between Present Perfect Tense and Simple Past Tense.

Sujata Prasad

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In simple past tense time is mentioned. The adverbs used in the simple past tense are 'last week/last month/last year/a few minutes ago/ in the year 1987 etc. Example: I met my friend in the year 2006. We bought our house two years ago. My friends went on a picnic last week. Whereas, time is... read more

In simple past tense time is mentioned. 

The adverbs used in the simple past tense are 'last week/last month/last year/a few minutes ago/ in the year 1987 etc.

Example: I met my friend in the year 2006.

We bought our house two years ago. 

My friends went on a picnic last week. 

Whereas, time is not mentioned in the present perfect tense. The adverbs used in the present perfect tense are 'since/for/yet/already etc.

Example: I haven't completed my homework yet. 

I have been teaching online since 2016.

My brother has lived in the UK for ten years.

I have already finished the work. 

She has not completed the work yet.

Since- point of time

For- duration of time

Already- Used in an affirmative sentence to show that something has begun in the past and continues in the present. 

Yet- Used in negative sentences to show that the action began in the past and continues in the present.

Examples: My friend attended an interview last week.

There was an accident in our street yesterday. 

We have not conquered corona yet.

Our government has found a vaccine for the virus.

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Answered on 09 Jan Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/English Language & Composition CBSE/Class 4/English/Grammar

Neha Vats

Eight parts are there: Noun Pronoun Verb Adjective Adverb Preposition Conjunction Interjection. read more

Eight parts are there:

  1. Noun
  2. Pronoun
  3. Verb
  4. Adjective
  5. Adverb
  6. Preposition
  7. Conjunction
  8. Interjection.
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Lesson Posted on 04/05/2020 CBSE/Class 4/English/Grammar

Active Passive voice

Deepali S.

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The objective of studying Active and Passive voice is to understand the focus the importance of the doer or the action performed in the sentence. Active voice is used when the doer of the action is to be focused. Passive voice is used when action is more important than the doer. Monkeys plucked the... read more

The objective of studying Active and Passive voice is to understand the focus the importance of the doer or the action performed in the sentence.

Active voice is used when the doer of the action is to be focused.

Passive voice is used when action is more important than the doer.

Monkeys plucked the flowers.  Active voice - focus is on monkeys.

Flowers were plucked by the monkeys. Passive voice- focus is plucking of flowers and doer is secondary. 

 

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Lesson Posted on 17/12/2019 Language/Sanskrit Language Tuition/Class 6 Tuition Tuition/Class 7 Tuition +4 CBSE/Class 8 CBSE/Class 9 CBSE/Class 10 CBSE/Class 4 less

Arun

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* संस्कृत में दश लकार होते हैं --  ( लकार से संस्कृत में काल का ज्ञान होता है) 

१. लट् लकार                   (वर्तमान काल )

२. लोट् लकार                  (आदेश देने अर्थ में)

३ . लड्॒ लकार                  (अनद्यतन  भूतकाल)

४ . विधिलिड्॒ लकार          (निवेदन या सुझाव अर्थ में)

 ५. लृट् लकार                 ( भविष्यत् काल )

६. लिट् लकार                 (अनद्यतन परोक्ष भूतकाल )

७. लुट् लकार                  (अनद्यतन परोक्ष भविष्यत् काल)

८.  लुड्॒ लकार                 (सामान्य भूतकाल)            

९. लृड्॒ लकार                   (हेतु हेतुमद् भूत या भविष्यत् )

१०. आशीर्लिड्॒ लकार.       (आशीर्वाद अर्थ में)

* नोट         अनद्यतन =  जो आज का नहीं है | 

                   जैसे-- कल गया या जाउँगा इत्यादि |

* नोट        परोक्ष  = जो आँखों से नहीं देखा |  

                  जैसे -- राम ने रावण को मारा 

                           23 वीं सदी में हम कहाँ होगें इत्यादि | 

* नोट.        हेतु हेतुमद् भूत  = ऐसा होता तो ऐसा हो जाता |

          जैसे --  यदि तुम नहीं जाते तो वह मर जाता इत्यादि |

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Lesson Posted on 17/09/2019 CBSE/Class 4 Tuition

Types of sentences for class IV

Sujata Prasad

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There are four types of sentences. Each type of sentence serves a different purpose and has a specific punctuation mark. Declarative Sentence- A declarative sentence tells a statement. It ends with a period. Examples- It is a bright and sunny day. She... read more

                                      

There are four types of sentences. Each type of sentence serves a different purpose and has a specific punctuation mark. 

 

Declarative Sentence- A declarative sentence tells a statement. It ends with a period. 

Examples- It is a bright and sunny day. 

She is tall.

It is raining. 

 

Imperative Sentence- An imperative sentence gives a command.  It begins with a verb or the term 'please'. It ends with a period. 

Example- Come in. 

Open the door. 

Please pass on the sugar. 

 

Interrogative Sentence- An interrogative sentence asks a question. It ends with a  question mark. 

Example: What is your name?

Where are you going?

Are you a player? 

 

Exclamatory Sentence- An exclamatory sentence is a sentence that shows emotion. It ends with an exclamation mark.

Examples- What a lovely bouquet of flowers!

Fantastic, Indians have won the match!

Wow! I can't believe it. 

 

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Lesson Posted on 17/09/2019 CBSE/Class 4 Tuition

Identify types of sentences for class IV Examples from English Olympiad for more practice

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Identify the type of sentences: 1 Where does Raju live? 2. That is an excellent idea! 3. Mom poured cereal and milk into the bowl. 4. What a beautiful garden it is! 5. Ship these boxes by tomorrow. 6. Sita, wash your hands and come to the dinner table. 7. Out in the woods stood a fir tree. 8.... read more

Identify the type of sentences:

1 Where does Raju live?

2. That is an excellent idea!

3. Mom poured cereal and milk into the bowl. 

4. What a beautiful garden it is!

5. Ship these boxes by tomorrow. 

6. Sita, wash your hands and come to the dinner table.

7. Out in the woods stood a fir tree.

8. Turn the lights off and go to bed.

9. Please wipe the floor before children arrive.

10. Have you not returned the book yet?

 

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Lesson Posted on 17/09/2019 Language/Spoken English CBSE/Class 4/English/Grammar

English Tenses

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Tenses Indefinite Continuous Perfect Perfect Continuous Past Affirmative He/she/it/I/we/you/they/singular/plural + 2nd form of verb + Object I/He/she/it/singular +was+ 1st form of verb+ing+object We/you/they/plural +were+ 1st form of verb+ing+object He/she/it/I/we/you/they/singular/plural... read more

Tenses

Indefinite

Continuous

Perfect

Perfect Continuous

Past

Affirmative

He/she/it/I/we/you/they/singular/plural + 2nd form of verb + Object

I/He/she/it/singular +was+ 1st form of verb+ing+object

We/you/they/plural +were+ 1st form of verb+ing+object

He/she/it/I/we/you/they/singular/plural  + had+ 3rd form of verb + Object

He/she/it/I/we/you/they/singular/plural + had been + 1st form of verb + ing + object + for/since + time/period

Negative

He/she/it/I/we/you/they/singular/plural  + Did + not + 1st form of Verb+Object

I/He/she/it/singular +was+ not + 1st form of verb+ing+object

We/you/they/plural +were+ not+ 1st form of verb+ing+object

He/she/it/I/we/you/they/singular/plural + had + not + 3rd form of Verb+Object

He/she/it/I/we/you/they/singular/plural  + had not been + 1st form of verb + ing + object + for/since + time/period

Present

Affirmative

He/she/it/singular + 1st form of verb +s/es + Object

I/we/you/they /plural + 1st form of verb + Object

I/He/she/it/singular + is/am + 1st form of verb +ing + Object

We/you/they /plural + are + 1st form of verb + ing + Object

He/she/it/singular + has + 3rd form of verb + Object

I/We/you/they /plural + have + 3rd form of verb + Object

He/she/it/singular + has been + 1st form of verb + ing + Object + for/since + time/period

I/We/you/they /plural + have been + 3rd form of verb + ing + Object + for/since + time/period

Negative

He/she/it/singular + does not +1st form of verb + Object

I/we/you/they /plural + do not + 1st form of verb + Object

I/He/she/it/singular + is/am + not + 1st form of verb +ing + Object

We/you/they /plural + are + not + 1st form of verb + Object

He/she/it/singular + has not + 3rd form of verb + Object

I/We/you/they /plural + have not + 3rd form of verb + Object

He/she/it/singular + has not been + 1st form of verb + ing + Object + for/since + time/period

I/We/you/they /plural + have not been + 3rd form of verb + ing + Object + for/since + time/period

Future

Affirmative

He/she/it/you/they/singular/plural + will + 1st form of verb + Object

I/we + shall + 1st form of verb + Object

He/she/it/you/they/singular/plural + will be + 1st form of verb + ing + Object

I/we + shall be + 1st form of verb + ing + Object

He/she/it/you/they/singular/plural + will have + 3rd form of verb + Object

I/we + shall have + 3rd form of verb + Object

He/she/it/you/they/singular/plural + will have been+ 1st form of verb + ing + Object + for/since + time/period

I/we + shall have been + 1st form of verb + ing + Object + for/since + time/period

Negative

He/she/it/you/they/singular/plural + will not + 1st form of verb + Object

I/we + shall not + 1st form of verb + Object

He/she/it/you/they/singular/plural + will not be + 1st form of verb + ing + Object

I/we + shall not be + 1st form of verb + ing + Object

He/she/it/you/they/singular/plural + will have not + 3rd form of verb + Object

I/we + shall have not + 1st form of verb + Object

He/she/it/you/they/singular/plural + will have not been + 1st form of verb + ing + Object + for/since + time/period

I/we + shall have not been + 1st form of verb + ing + Object + for/since + time/period

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Answered on 20/08/2019 CBSE/Class 4/English/Grammar

what is verb

 

Anupa Paul

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A verb, from the Latin verbum meaning word, is a word that in syntax conveys an action, an occurrence, or a state of being. In other words, it is an action word.
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