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Daily Vocab 4th Aug,2017

Hello dear aspirants, Here is the vocabulary list for upcoming bank and other competitive exams. Do study it on daily basis and enhance your vocabulary skills. 1. Epochal (Adjective): Forming or characterizing an epoch (नवयुगीन/ …

SPOTTING ERRORS QUIZ

हेल्लो दोस्तों मेरी नयी पोस्ट में आपका सबका स्वागत है | आइये इस पोस्ट में हम कुछ अंग्रेजी के क्विज हल करते है. तो चलिए शुरू करते है… Directions: Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The…

NOUN QUIZ

हेल्लो दोस्तों मेरी नयी पोस्ट में आपका सबका स्वागत है | आइये इस पोस्ट में हम कुछ अंग्रेजी के क्विज हल करते है. तो चलिए शुरू करते है...

ADJECTIVE

Adjectives are the words that describe the qualities of a noun or pronoun in a given sentence.Consider the following: Tell which sentence is correct a) Flowers are plucked freshly. b) Flowers are plucked fresh. Sentence b)…

PREPOSITION

A preposition connects a noun (with or without an article) or a pronoun to some other word. Prepositions are the “little words of English”. Examples: It stands on hills. The swagman jumped into the billabong. England is…

ADVERB

An adverb modifies a verb; it indicates how the action of a verb is carried out. Examples: The house stands firmly. She speaks well. He dresses beautifully. It can also modify an adjective or another adverb.…

VERB

A verb is a “doing word”. It expresses the carrying out of an action. With an active verb this action is carried out by the subject. Examples: It stands. I am. He adjudicates between the parties concerned. Alfred burnt the…

PRONOUN

A pronoun is a word used instead of a noun. Now consider the following cases: Since a pronoun is used instead of a Noun, it must be of the same number, gender and person as the noun for which it stands. For example: Those beggars are…

NOUN

A Noun is a word used as a name of a person, place or thing. There are five kinds of Noun– Proper Noun Common Noun Collective Noun  Abstract Noun Material Noun. Following are certain rules of grammar regarding nouns…

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