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Answered on 11 Aug Language/Spoken English

Nishika Kanwar

As with any accent, listening to and imitating a native speaker is the best and fastest way to learn. Read Times Now and The Hindu English newspaper. Listen to English songs. Read novels in English as per your interest. Translate words in English and listen to the pronunciation.
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Lesson Posted on 02 Aug Language/Spoken English

'CONJUNCTION' AND 'INTERJECTION'

U.K. Akshay

I am a Math Educator and Spoken English Instructor with 11+ yrs of experience in Teaching , Training...

'Conjunction': 1.) Chuki vah 25 saal se jyada umar ka ho gya hai esliye vah us job ke liye apply nahi kar saka. Since he has crossed the age of 25 years that’s why he could not apply for that job. 2.) Krupya jaise hi wah aa jaye mujhe suchit Karen. Please... read more

  'Conjunction':

  1.) Chuki vah 25 saal se jyada umar ka ho gya hai esliye vah us job ke liye apply

        nahi kar saka.

        Since he has crossed the age of 25 years that’s why he could not apply

        for that job.

  2.) Krupya jaise hi wah aa jaye mujhe suchit Karen.

       Please inform me as soon as he comes.

  3.) Har ek ne apna lunch khatm kar liya esliye we sone ja rahe hai.

       Everyone has finished their lunch so they are going to sleep.

  'Interjection': 

   e.g. – wow , alas , aha etc.

    hurrah ! India has won the match.

    Oh ! I forgot your name.

    Alas !  His father is dead.

    Hmm ! I am not sure about it .

    Oops ! I parked my car at your parking.

    Wow ! That’s incredible.

   Alas ! He lost everything in the gamble.

   1.) Apne kaam se matlab rakho.

       Mind your own business.

  2.) Apne jubaan pe lagam do.

       Mind your own language.

   3.) Tej bukhar dangue bukhar ka lakshan hai.

       High fever is the symptom of dangue fever.

    4.) Maine kai dino se tumhe nahi dekha hai.

         I have not seen you for many days.

    5.) Yah mushkil lagta hai.

         It seems / appears difficult.

    6.) Lakshay tumhare liye aasaan lagta hai.

         The goal / target seems easy for you.

    7.)  Thik hai aapse bad me baat karta hun.

          Alright.. Talk to you later.

    8.)  Aaj pura din bahut busy rha hai.

          Its been very busy all day.

    9.) Kya aap abhi busy hai?

          Are you busy now?

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Lesson Posted on 26 Jul Language/Sanskrit Language Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition/Sanskrit Tuition/Class 6 Tuition +5 Tuition/Class 7 Tuition CBSE/Class 9 Tuition/Class I-V Tuition Tuition/Class VI-VIII Tuition Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition less

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I am a tutor with 7 years of experience in teaching Sanskrit and Hindi . I have taken classes in person...

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सन्धि (सम् + धि) शब्द का अर्थ है 'मेल' या जोड़। दो निकटवर्ती वर्णों के परस्पर मेल से जो विकार (परिवर्तन) होता है वह संधि कहलाता है। संस्कृत, में परस्पर स्वरो या वर्णों के मेल से उत्पन्न विकार को सन्धि कहते हैं। जैसे - सम् + तोष = संतोष ; देव + इंद्र = देवेंद्र ; भानु + उदय = भानूदय।

 

सन्धि के भेद

सन्धि तीन प्रकार की होती हैं -

  1. स्वर सन्धि (या अच् सन्धि)
  2. व्यञ्जन सन्धि { हल संधि }
  3. विसर्ग सन्धि
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Answered on 19 Jul Language/Spoken English

Sonu Kumar

I am a Computer Engineer with 8 years of teaching experience in coaching institute.

Start watching YouTube channels related to your hobby in the English language; it will be easy to kickstart. Subtitles options are available. Read any English Newspaper, especially the Times of India. If you encounter any problematic word, take the help of a dictionary. Starting it isn't easy, but slowly... read more
  1. Start watching YouTube channels related to your hobby in the English language; it will be easy to kickstart. Subtitles options are available.
  2. Read any English Newspaper, especially the Times of India. If you encounter any problematic word, take the help of a dictionary. Starting it isn't easy, but slowly you will be in a position to read it better. Dont read The Hindu newspaper at the start of your reading habit.
  3. Watch English movies with subtitles.
  4. Watch English news channel.
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Answered on 02 Jul Language

Ashika R F

Computer Science graduate Fresher with Coding knowledge

They are valid indefinitely. Many institutes require a certificate that is not more than 2 years old.
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Answered on 28 Apr Language/Spoken English

Meenakshi Jain

Personal Handwriting tutor by jain meenakshi

To improve your English speak daily continuous for 1 hour.
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Answered on 21 Jul Language/Spoken English

Chetan Rathod

TEFL certified Corporate English Trainer with 7 years of experience.

Hi Glory, Reading more content is the first step to improve your vocabulary. It would help if you read Newspapers, Magazines, Books. When you see any new word, note it down in your notebook with meaning and examples. And the next but crucial step is to use that particular vocabulary in your real-life... read more

Hi Glory,

Reading more content is the first step to improve your vocabulary. It would help if you read Newspapers, Magazines, Books. When you see any new word, note it down in your notebook with meaning and examples. And the next but crucial step is to use that particular vocabulary in your real-life conversation. This is the best way to master vocabulary.

Thank you!

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Answered on 16/04/2020 Language/Spoken English

Sneha A.

Experienced English language trainer with 6 years of experience.

First of all, you need to learn basic grammar. After learning the basic grammar rules, you will be able to speak correct English. To remove the hesitation, you can start by speaking in front of the mirror so that you can get the idea about your pronunciation and fluency. One of the essential aspects... read more

First of all, you need to learn basic grammar. After learning the basic grammar rules, you will be able to speak correct English. To remove the hesitation, you can start by speaking in front of the mirror so that you can get the idea about your pronunciation and fluency.
One of the essential aspects is confidence. After learning the correct grammar, you will ultimately get the courage to speak English with the fluency that will make you talk in English without hesitation in public.

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Answered on 23/03/2020 Language/Telugu Language

Apoorva P.

The Telugu language is not derived from Tamil. Telegu is one of the Dravidian languages, originated along with Gondi (spoken in Madhya Pradesh) and Kovi(spoken in Orissa). It is mainly spoken by the people in the southeastern state of India - Andra Pradesh and Telangana. After Hindi and Bengali, it is... read more

The Telugu language is not derived from Tamil. Telegu is one of the Dravidian languages, originated along with Gondi (spoken in Madhya Pradesh) and Kovi(spoken in Orissa). It is mainly spoken by the people in the southeastern state of India - Andra Pradesh and Telangana. After Hindi and Bengali, it is considered to have spoken by a lot of people in India. The Telugu language was first formed by Renati Cholas, who ruled the Kadappah regions. Telugu split from th Proto-Dravidian languages between 1000BC -1500BC.

According to the ancient Indian literature, the Telugu language is said to have derived from the word "Lepakshi". During Ramayana, the bird Jatayu falls after a battle with Ravana. When Sri Rama witnessed this at the spot, he compassionately said "Le, Pakshi", which means "Rise, bird".  This indicated the presence of Telugu language in the ancient Indian

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