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Lesson Posted on 05 Mar Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/German Language

German language trainer

Chakala Hari Krishna

I can teach all subjects for primary and upper primary students. I can teach foreign languages like...

I am german language trainer with 2 years of experience
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Lesson Posted on 26 Feb Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/French Language

French alphabet & numbers 1-100 (with pronunciation & audio)

Rekha J.

I have been an IELTS (British Council certified IELTS Trainer), PTE & French trainer (qualified in DELF...

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Lesson Posted on 19 Feb Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/French Language

CONTRACTION OF ARTICLE

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À= at, to : à+le= au, à + les = at the, to the When the Definite Article `le' follows the preposition '` à ' the two ae combined to form`au' meaning `at the' or `to the'. Similarly When the Definite Article `les' follows the preposition '` à ' the two ae... read more

À= at, to : à+le= au, à + les = at the, to the

 

When the Definite Article   `le' follows the preposition  '` à ' the two ae combined to form`au'  meaning `at the' or `to the'.

Similarly When the Definite Article   `les' follows the preposition  '` à ' the two ae combined to form`aux'  meaning `at the' or `to the'.

 

Je parle à Robert= I speak to Robert

I speak  to the boy= Je parle à le *  au  garçon  

I speak to the girl= Je parle à la fille

I speak to the child= Je parle à l’enfant.

I speak to the boys= Je parle à les **aux garçons.

I speak to the girls= Je parle à les **aux filles.

I speak to the children=Je parle à les **aux  enfants.

Note:-

à+ le = au= at the ,to the

à + les = aux= at the, to the.

Similarly :- Je vais à le *  au cinéma. I go to the movies

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Lesson Posted on 16 Feb Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/German Language

Korper. Body

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We are the pioneers in language training . We teach u in accordance to the respective embassy`s pattern...

Arm. Arm Auge eyes Bauch stomach Bein leg Blut blood Brust brest Finger finger Fuss foot Gesicht face Haar hair Haut skin read more

Arm.             Arm

Auge             eyes

Bauch            stomach

Bein               leg

Blut              blood

Brust           brest

Finger           finger

Fuss              foot

Gesicht          face

Haar                hair

Haut                 skin

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Lesson Posted on 17 Feb Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/German Language

Understanding the 'Nominativ','Akkusativ' and the 'Dativ'

Aishwarya

I am here to offer you a variety of courses, right from learning and acquiring German as a foreign language,...

I am eating a pizza. She woke up at 5am. We bought a bouquet for our mother. Hmm. Read the sentences. And again. What's happening? What are the elements that you notice? We shall look at the three major elements of a sentence. Subject-Verb-Object. It could be direct, indirect or a prepositional... read more

I am eating a pizza.

She woke up at 5am.

We bought a bouquet for our mother.

 Hmm. Read the sentences. And again. What's happening? What are the elements that you notice?

We shall look at the three major elements of a sentence. Subject-Verb-Object. It could be direct, indirect or a prepositional object. Let's learn the differences between these.

 

I am eating a pizza.

She woke up at 5am.

We bought a bouquet for our mother.

 

Now, let's take a look at these sentences again. We see the 'doer' of the sentence; we see the action happening either directly or indirectly -

 1. I am eating a pizza = the pizza is being eaten, the action is taking place on the pizza.

 2. I woke up (at 5am) = the prepositional object only supports the verb by giving extra information, otherwise this sentence doesn't necessarily need an 'object'. For e.g. I am sleeping (on the floor).

3. We bought a bouquet for our mother = now here, the bouquet is being bought, but the prepositional object ‘our mother’  is not the recipient of the action or the ‘verb’. It’s the bouquet. Therefore, ‘a bouquet’ is here the direct object and ‘our mother’ is the indirect object.

 

While learning German, you would often see these words - Nominativ, Akkusativ, Dativ. They stand for 'subject' or the doer, followed by direct object and indirect object, respectively.

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Answered on 17 Feb Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/Italian Language and Culture

BIDYUT MANDI

Read english newspaper or book aloud. Speak in english in front of mirror without worrying about grammer. Watch english movies,news or listen to english songs.
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Lesson Posted on 23 Jan Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/French Language

Excercises

Jitendra Kumar

I have completed b1 in french from alliance Franchise of Delhi and i am pursuing B2 from same institute...

(1) Conjuguez les phrases en passé composé. Par example ( sortir) : je sors , tu sors , Il / Elle sort, vous sortez, nous sortons , Ils /Elles sortent Partir : manger : aller : appeler : prendre : (2)Complétez les phrases avec des accords Je... read more

 (1) Conjuguez les phrases en passé composé. Par example ( sortir)  : je sors , tu sors , Il / Elle sort, vous sortez, nous sortons , Ils /Elles sortent

Partir       :

manger   : 

aller          : 

appeler     : 

prendre     : 

(2)Complétez les phrases avec des accords

Je suis parti... (e , es s )

Tu es parti..... (e, es , s )

Il est parti......(  "  "    "   )

Vous êtes......( "  "     "   )

Nous sommes parti...( e, es , s)

Ils sont  parti..... ( e , es s )

Elle sont .......(e , es s )

 

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Lesson Posted on 13 Jan Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/English Language & Composition

English Grammar-Tenses with their Active and Passive voices - Easy to learn.

Saiteja

TENSES PRESENT TENSE PAST TENSE FUTURE TENSE SIMPLE Sub+v1+Obj Ex: She writes a letter Sub+v2+Obj Ex: She wrote a letter Sub+Shall/Will+v1+Obj Ex: She will write a letter CONTINUOUS Sub+am/is/are+Conti+Obj Ex: She is writing a letter Sub+was/were+Conti+Obj Ex:... read more

TENSES

 

PRESENT TENSE

PAST TENSE

FUTURE TENSE

SIMPLE

Sub+v1+Obj

Ex: She writes a letter

Sub+v2+Obj

Ex: She wrote a letter

Sub+Shall/Will+v1+Obj

Ex: She will write a letter

CONTINUOUS

Sub+am/is/are+Conti+Obj

Ex: She is writing a letter

Sub+was/were+Conti+Obj

Ex: She was writing a letter

Sub+Shall/Will+be+Conti

+Obj

Ex: She will be writing a letter

PERFECT

Sub+has/have+v3+Obj

Ex: She has written a letter

Sub+had+v3+Obj

Ex: She had written a letter

Sub+shall/will+has/have+v3+Obj

Ex: She will have written a letter

PERFECT CONTINUOUS

Sub+has/have+been+

Conti+Obj

Ex: She has been writing a letter

Sub+had+been+Conti+Obj

Ex: She had been writing a letter

Sub+shall/will+has/have+been+Conti+Obj

Ex: She will have been writing a letter

Simple Present Tense :   Daily actions

Present Perfect Tense :  Just Completed Actions

    - For any past completed actions provided not mentioned time

    - just now, so far, not yet, etc., if these are present in the sentence

Present Perfect Tense :  Started in past and still continuing

Simple Past Tense :  Mentioning past actions by indicating exact time

    ago, yesterday, last year, last month, last week,

    any past year(1997, 1880,),...if these are mentioned

Past Perfect Tense :  If two past actions are discussed in one sentence, then the earlier action   should be in past perfect and the latter should be in simple past.

Future Perfect Tense :  By then, by this time, by that time, by so and so year, etc.,

 

 ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE

 

Active Voice (AV) :

       When the subject of the sentence is the doer of the action, then the sentence is in AV.

  Ex:     She writes a letter.

Passive Voice (PV) :

         When the subject of the sentence is the receiver of the action denoted by the verb, then the sentence is in PV.

  Ex:     A letter is written by her.

 

Changing AV to PV

  • Subject -->Object and Object --> Subject
  • Helping/ Auxiliary verb comes.
  • Add ‘by’ before the new object. (Not required in some cases)

                Ex: He was elected the leader of the house. (Not required 'by')

  • Change the verb to its ‘participle form’(V3)
  • The PV is preferred when the doer is unknown or unimportant.

                   Ex:   The bridge was built in the 17th Century.

  • When discussing history, the PV is often used.

                 Ex:    The war was fought with glory.

  • The AV is used when the subject is more important than the object.
  • Avoid using active and passive in the same sentence.

                 Ex:   The food was cooked and served.

                         Emma cooked and served the food.

  • Use a single verb instead of two whenever is possible.

                     Ex:    Strucker enjoys good food and music.

                    ( Strucker enjoys good food and music is also enjoyed by him.)-->Awkward

 

PRESENT TENSE

 

Simple Present

Present Continuous

Present Perfect

Present Perfect Continuous

AV

Sub+V1+Obj

Ex:

She writes a letter

Sub+is/am/are+Conti+Obj

Ex:

She is writing a letter

Sub+has/have+v3+Obj

Ex: She has written a letter

Sub+has/have+been+

Conti+Obj

Ex: She has been writing a letter

PV

New Sub+is/are+V3+

by+New Obj

Ex:

A letter is written by her

New Sub+is/am/are+being+V3+by+ New Obj

Ex:

A letter is being written by her

New Sub+has/have+been+V3+by+ New Obj

Ex:

A letter has been written by her

 

   

   No Passive Form

 

PAST TENSE

 

Simple Past

Past Continuous

Past Perfect

Past Perfect Continuous

AV

Sub+v2+Obj

Ex: She wrote a letter

Sub+was/were+Conti+Obj

Ex: She was writing a letter

Sub+had+v3+Obj

Ex: She had written a letter

Sub+had+been+Conti+Obj

Ex: She had been writing a letter

PV

New Sub+was/were+V3+

by+New Obj

Ex:

A letter was written by her

New Sub+was/were+being+V3+by+ New Obj

Ex:

A letter was being written by her

New Sub+had+been+V3+by+ New Obj

Ex:

A letter had been written by her

 

   

   No Passive Form

 

  FUTURE TENSE

 

Simple Future

Future Continuous

Future Perfect

Future Perfect Continuous

AV

Sub+Shall/Will+v1+Obj

Ex: She will write a letter

Sub+Shall/Will+be+Conti

+Obj

Ex: She will be writing a letter

Sub+shall/will+has/have+v3+Obj

Ex: She will have written a letter

Sub+shall/will+has/have+been+Conti+Obj

Ex: She will have been writing a letter

PV

New Sub+will+be+V3+

by+New Obj

Ex:

A letter will be written by her

 

   

   No Passive Form

New Sub+shall/will+has/have+been+V3+by+ New Obj

Ex:

A letter will have been written by her

 

   

   No Passive Form

 

Note:

  Sentences with intransitive verbs cannot be changed to passive form because those verbs do not take objects after them.

  Ex:

    The sky is blue.

    He goes to school. (intransitive verb)

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Answered on 14/12/2018 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/Music Theory

I know the basics alankaars of classical music. But then also my voice is rough at bottom and vibration... read more
I know the basics alankaars of classical music. But then also my voice is rough at bottom and vibration are seen. What should I do? read less

Manju Sanjay

Carnatic Music Teacher With Good Reviews in Teaching

You have to practice daily sa pa sa with sruthi .This alankaras also sing with ur proper pitch so many times.If you don't know your pitch then you can learn with help of guru from urban pro?
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Answered on 27/11/2018 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/German Language

Which book I should prefer to pass German A1 exam?

Global Village Language School

Be a Polyglot

Studio D A1 or Netzwerk A1
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