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Lesson Posted on 19/08/2017 Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)/English Tuition/Class VI-VIII Tuition/English Tuition/Class I-V Tuition/English +1 Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition/English less

Eight Parts Of Speech In English Language

Anurag Yadav

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1. Noun: Name of a Person, Place, Thing Or Idea, Ex: Car, or City, or Teacher and so on.Tom Hanks is very Versatile. 2. Pronoun: Replacement for a NounEx: I, it, he, she, mine, his, hers, we, they, theirs, and ours.We are number one. 3. Verb: A word that shows an Action (Physical or Mental) Or State... read more

1. Noun: Name of a Person, Place, Thing Or Idea,
Ex: Car, or City, or Teacher and so on.
Tom Hanks is very Versatile.

2. Pronoun: Replacement for a Noun
Ex: I, it, he, she, mine, his, hers, we, they, theirs, and ours.
We are number one.

3. Verb: A word that shows an Action (Physical or Mental) Or State of being of the Subject in a sentence.
Ex: Am, is, was, are, and were
They are always prepared in emergencies.

4. Adjective: This part of a speech is used to describe a Noun or a Pronoun
Ex: Wow! That doughnut is huge!

5. Adverb: Just like adjectives, adverbs are also used to describe words, but the difference is that adverbs describe adjectives, verbs, or another adverb.
Ex: She came yesterday.
Annie danced gracefully

6. Preposition: This part of a speech basically refers to words that specify location or a location in time.
Ex: Above, below, throughout, outside, before, near, and since and so on.

7. Conjunction: The conjunction is a part of a speech which joins Words, Phrases, or Clauses together.
Ex: And, yet, but, for, nor, or, and so
This cup of tea is delicious and very soothing.

8. Interjection: This part of a speech refers to words which express emotions
Ex: Wow! That doughnut is huge!
Ouch! That must have hurt.

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Lesson Posted on 16/06/2017 Tuition/Class I-V Tuition Tuition/Class I-V Tuition/English Tuition/Class VI-VIII Tuition +1 Tuition/Class VI-VIII Tuition/English less

Adjective Degrees Of Comparison

Padmini R.

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Comparative and Superlative Adjectives Here are examples of comparative and superlative adjectives that kids might enjoy and find familiar. The adjective is listed first, followed by the comparative adjective and then the superlative adjective: Angry - angrier - angriest Anxious - more anxious... read more

Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

Here are examples of comparative and superlative adjectives that kids might enjoy and find familiar.

The adjective is listed first, followed by the comparative adjective and then the superlative adjective:

  • Angry - angrier - angriest
  • Anxious - more anxious - most anxious
  • Big - bigger - biggest
  • Brave - braver - bravest
  • Bright - brighter - brightest
  • Broad - broader - broadest
  • Calm - calmer - calmest
  • Cold - colder - coldest
  • Cool - cooler - coolest
  • Curly - curlier - curliest
  • Dark - darker - darkest
  • Dirty - dirtier - dirtiest
  • Dull - duller - dullest
  • Dry - drier - driest
  • Early - earlier - earliest
  • Easy - easier - easiest
  • Embarrassed - more embarrassed - most embarrassed
  • Evil - more evil - most evil
  • Famous - more famous - most famous
  • Fine - finer - finest
  • Fresh - fresher - freshest
  • Hard - harder - hardest
  • Heavy - heavier - heaviest
  • Immense - more immense - most immense
  • Late - later - latest
  • Light - lighter - lightest
  • Long - longer - longest
  • Lovely - lovelier - loveliest
  • Nervous - more nervous - most nervous
  • New - newer - newest
  • Old - older - oldest
  • Perfect - more perfect - most perfect
  • Quick - quicker - quickest
  • Rich - richer - richest
  • Sad - sadder - saddest
  • Simple - simpler - simplest
  • Small - smaller - smallest
  • Smart - smarter - smartest
  • Soft - softer - softest
  • Sweet - sweeter - sweetest
  • Thin - thinner - thinnest



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Lesson Posted on 30/05/2017 Tuition/Class VI-VIII Tuition Tuition/Class VI-VIII Tuition/English

Unenglish & Superfluous Expressions.

Charu g.

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Incorrect usage - Correct usage: 1. Females - Women. 2. Family man - A man with a family. 3. Family member - A member of family. 4. To give key to the watch - To wind the watch. 5. Cousin brother/ Cousin sister - Cousin. 6. Passing marks - Pass marks. 7. What to speak of - Not to speak of. 8.... read more

Incorrect usageCorrect usage:

1. Females - Women.

2. Family man - A man with a family.

3. Family member - A member of family.

4. To give key to the watch - To wind the watch.

5. Cousin brother/ Cousin sister - Cousin.

6. Passing marks - Pass marks.

7. What to speak of - Not to speak of.

8. An English teacher - A teacher of English.

9. Recall back - Recall.

10. Final Conclusion - Conclusion.

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99.9% of teachers in India have fail this test.

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read, speak and spell like an expert. Become expert spellers and identify the right pronunciation...

Click here to take the test. Everybody blames the education system & yet everybody wants to bring change. In an attempt to bring change in the way our future is learning today at school, I request you to ask your English language teachers to take this test. We have created this quiz to make... read more

Click here to take the test.

Everybody blames the education system & yet everybody wants to bring change.

In an attempt to bring change in the way our future is learning today at school, I request you to ask your English language teachers to take this test.

We have created this quiz to make it a little interesting.

Please share this quiz with the most confident, learned or fluent speaker you can find in India. We are 100% sure that only 1% would be able to identify the right pronunciation of these words.

It is not that these are difficult words or we have a different accent. The fact is that we just don’t know how to read. And on the top of it, we waste a lot of time memorizing spellings & pronunciation.

Once you’re done, please share your score & feedback. Also share this test with your English teachers, parents & friends. You can always check the performance & publish scores.

A good teacher is a good learner first and is always open to learning. This test is to encourage English teachers to explore the benefits of readmyscript program. It's an attempt to bring focus of educators on the importance of research in education. "I have got a test for you Ma'am" series of test are a real challenge for learners who rely on memorization skills. We want English teachers to explore the benefits of experiential learning through readmyscript outreach program.

If you like the things we do, please spread the word & enroll your kids for upcoming workshop in your city & refer it to your friends.

Happy learning!

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Lesson Posted on 16/12/2016 Tuition/Class VI-VIII Tuition Tuition/Class VI-VIII Tuition/English Tuition/Class I-V Tuition +3 Tuition/Class I-V Tuition/English Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition/English less

I blame you, Mom.

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I blame you, if you can’t tell me of the reasons.I blame you, if you force me to memorize.I blame you, if I score low. Spellings are a torture for native & non-native speakers. Here in India, teachers want us to memorize spellings & pronunciation as well. However, teachers... read more

I blame you, if you can’t tell me of the reasons.
I blame you, if you force me to memorize.
I blame you, if I score low.

Spellings are a torture for native & non-native speakers. Here in India, teachers want us to memorize spellings & pronunciation as well. However, teachers themselves don’t know of an easy way out.

On the top of it, they ask us to break words into smaller chunks & read. If we do that it hampers our pronunciation.

Mom also has this old technique of breaking words into smaller checks & reading. Phonics also doesn’t work. We don’t struggle with individual letter sounds to that extent. Our challenge is memorizing spellings & pronunciation.

Our challenge is how to identify the right pronunciation of words, how to develop automaticity in reading & memorizing spellings.

There is no interest in reading. I hate books because I hate reading.
So, I pretend that I am studying but I don’t.
I don’t because I don’t want to.
I don’t because it’s a torture and nobody understands.

They also pretend! Why do they refer to dictionary every time?
Teachers look up for the right pronunciation in dictionary and ask us to memorize. Why can’t they memorize themselves? And why do they have to refer to dictionary?

I also know that if I don’t read, I won’t learn.
It's their fault as well if they can't help.
It's their fault if they ask me to waste time & memorize spellings & pronunciation.

It's their fault if I don't enjoy reading.
It's their fault if I don't get good scores.

I blame you, if you can’t tell me of the reasons.
I blame you, if you force me to memorize.
I blame you, if I score low.

 

 

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English grammar (VOICE).

Sudeshna C.

B.A in English honours from Calcutta University and M.A in English.. also have experience in teaching...

The voice of a verb may be defined as that form of the verb which shows whether the subject is the doer of the action of the verb or the action of the verb happens to the subject. Compare the following two sentences:The old man caught the thief.The thief was caught by the old man. Active voice- When... read more

The voice of a verb may be defined as that form of the verb which shows whether the subject is the doer of the action of the verb or the action of the verb happens to the subject.

Compare the following two sentences:

The old man caught the thief.
The thief was caught by the old man.

Active voice- When the subject of s verb is the doer of the action of the verb, the verb is in the active voice.hence,the 1st sentence is in active voice.

Passive voice- When the action of a verb happens to its subject, and it is denoted by the reciever of the action, the verb is in the passive voice.

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There r two types of clauses basically Principal clauses and subordinate clauses The principal clauses are also called main clauses and don't depend on any other sentences for their senses but subordinate clauses have to depend. For example, Udta punjab is a movie which is based on drug menace... read more
There r two types of clauses basically Principal clauses and subordinate clauses The principal clauses are also called main clauses and don't depend on any other sentences for their senses but subordinate clauses have to depend. For example, Udta punjab is a movie which is based on drug menace in Punjab. Here, Udta punjab is a movie.. P.C Which is based on drug menace in Punjab.. S.C Now, let's have quick look over some phrases Look at,look after, blow up, call up, look forward Apple of discord , kangaroo court etc. all r group of words having sense but not as a complete sense we have in a sentence. read less
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U can use Skype for the same.
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