Dec 20, 2011

THIS TO THESE_English Grammar_IN HINDI audio_ CLASS1 ICSE

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THAT TO THOSE English Grammar IN HINDI audio CLASS1 ICSE

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ING ADDING RULE CLASS1 _ICSE

"Ing" Adding Rules are mostly needed to teach the rules to class 1 and Class 2 students. Here I am showing the easiest way to keep the  ing adding rules in mind. No need of memorising each and every ing- word.
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Dec 19, 2011

Describing Words For class1 ICSE | Adjectives for class 1

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Article A AN for Class 1 ICSE

Vowel = a, e, i ,o, u

If a word start with a vowel like a, e, i, o and u Then we will use 'an'

For Example:

  • an ass
  • an elephant
  • an icecream
  • an owl
  • an umbrella
  • Except these we will use a if the word starts with consonant.

    For Example:

  • a boy
  • a mammal
  • a catigory
  • a country
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    Dec 14, 2011

    Capital Letters-English Punctuation Rules

     USE OF Capital Letters in English Punctuation :
    *The first letter of first word of a sentence will be capital.
    E.G. The dog is barking. 
    *The First letter of name of a day or month. 
    e.g. I feel cold in January.
    *The first letter of name of a language.
    *My mother tongue is Urdu.
    *The first letter of Personal name words.
    e.g. Pankya and Bitthal make a joke of Kamla.
    *The The first letter of name of holyday.
    *The The first letter of name of a country.
    e.g. Christmas is celebrated in India also.
    (Holi, Valentine's Day, Eid, Pongal etc.)
    *The first letter of name of a manufacturing company (Brand name).
    e.g. My father bought a Samsung company mobile.
    *The letter I always written in capital- remember it.
    *My father and I both operate our Galaxy Note 3 mobile.
    *The first letter of word in a direct quotation marks always written in capital.
    e.g. My mother said, "Today we will have Chinese food."

    Keywords: punctuation rules, rules of punctuation, rules for punctuation, english punctuation rules, and punctuation rules, what are the punctuation rules, grammar punctuation rules, english learning online, learn english online free, english grammar lessons.
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    Dec 6, 2011

    square tricks of numbers above and below 50| Mathematics Tricks

    Finding square of two digit numbers (41 to 59) is very tricky and easy. Here it has been shown to find the square of numbers below(upto 41) and above 50 (upto 59) . This trick holds true only in this range.
    First we find the square of 50 .
    50^2=2500
    we take the above square as reference to calculate the square of the number below 50 and afoul 50.
    case I: Here are calculate the square of 48 .
    As 48 is less than 50 by' 2' . therefore me simply can write the square of 48 without doing calculation.
    48^2 =2304
    Here we subtracted 2 from 25 to get 2300. Next we add 2^2 to 2300 ; which becomes 2304 .
    46^2 =2116
    Here we subtracted 4 from 25 to get 2100. Next we add 4^2 to 2100 ; which becomes 2116 .
    53^2= 2809 .
    Here we add 3 to 25 to get 2800. Next we add 3^2 to 2800 ; which becomes 2809 .

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    Dec 2, 2011

    Nov 25, 2011

    Roman Numerals | Roman Numbers

    The first thing to know is the value of the Roman digit. These are given below.

    1=I
    5=V
    10=X
    50=L
    100=C
    500=D
    1000=M

    Now the only thing to write Roman numbers are the logic required.
    Right side of bigger digit of Roman system is added, and the left digit is subtracted.
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    Nov 13, 2011

    How to use first, next, last, after that, finally,

    English Writing - Sequencing - How to use first, next, last, after that, finally,
    This video is all about writing and sequencing the English writing . It is very important for writing effective English for sequencing any event.
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    Nov 11, 2011

    Idioms in english and Phrases

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    English Preposition | Preposition of Time | Preposition Videos

    Preposition of Time: In our life time is more important. Therefore we must write sentences of time using correct preposition.
    See these examples first:
    * I was born in February month.
    * I was born in 1972.
    * I was born in the year 2012.
    * I was born in 2nd week of September. 
    * I was born in early morning.
    * I will be there in five minutes.






    Prepositions- IN, ON , AT - see this vedio,

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    Sentences | Subject and Predivate

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    Nov 4, 2011

    Present Tenses Simple Sentences Rule | Tenses Rules| Present Tense Examples

    This is the simple formula to make a various types of sentences in Present tense. 
    Just the column numbered as 1,2,3,4 and 5 is to be added simply as shown below.
    Sentence=1+2+3+4+5
    The formula table is given below.
    Present Tense (Simple sentences)
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    examples
    Subject
    Verb+s/es

    Objects


    He works.
    I work.
    It works.
    Note: Rule of adding s/es to Verb- for singular
    Present Tense (negative sentences)
    Subject
    Does not- for singular
    Do not- for plural
    Verb
    Objects

    He does not work.
    I do not work.
    It does not work.
    Present Tense (Interrogative sentences)
    Does- for singular
    Do- for plural
    Subject
    Verb
    Objects

    Does he work?
    Do I work?
    Does it work?
    Present Tense (Interrogative and negative sentences)
    Does- for singular
    Do- for plural
    Subject
    not
    Verb
    Objects
    Does he not work?
    Do I not  work?
    Does it not  work?
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    Nov 3, 2011

    Present Continuos Tense Rule | Progressive Tense Learning



    Present Tense Continuos | Progressive (Simple sentences)
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    examples
    Subject
    Is -singular
    Am-I
    Are- plural

    Verb+ing
    object

    He is working.
    I am working.
    It is working.
    They are working.
    Jack and Sam are working.
    Present Tense  Continuos | Progressive  (negative sentences)
    Subject
    Is -singular
    Am-I
    Are- plural

    not
    Verb+ing
    object
    He is not  working.
    I am not  working.
    It is not  working.
    They are not working.
    Jack and Sam are not working.
    Present Tense Continuos | Progressive  (Interrogative sentences)
    Is-Singular
    Am-I
    Are-plural
    Subject
    Verb+ing
    Objects

    Is He  working.
    am  I working.
    is  It working.
    are They working.
    are  Jack and Sam working.
    Present Tense  Continuos | Progressive  (Interrogative and negative sentences)
    Is-Singular
    Am-I
    Are-plural
    Subject
    not
    Verb+ing
    Objects
    Is He not working ?
    Am  I not working ?
    Is  It not  working ?
    Are They not   working ?
    Are  Jack and Sam not working ?
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    Nov 2, 2011

    Present Perfect Tense


    Present Perfect Tense (Simple sentences)
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    examples
    Subject
    Has- Singular
    Have-Plural/I

    Verb-3rdform
    Objects

    He has worked.
    I have worked.
    It has worked.
    Jack and Sam have worked.
    Present Perfect  Tense (negative sentences)
    Subject
    Has- Singular
    Have-Plural/I

    not
    Verb-3rdform
    Objects
    He has not worked.
    I have not worked.
    It has not worked.
    Jack and Sam have not worked.
    Present Perfect  Tense (Interrogative sentences)
    Has- Singular
    Have-Plural/I

    Subject
    Verb-3rdform
    Objects

    Has  he worked?
    Have  I worked?
    Has  it worked?
    Have Jack and Sam worked?
    Present Tense (Interrogative and negative sentences)
    Has- Singular
    Have-Plural/I

    Subject
    not
    Verb-3rdform
    Objects
    Has  he not worked?
    Have  I not  worked?
    Has  it not  worked?
    Have Jack and Sam not worked?
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    Nov 1, 2011

    Past Tenses Simple Sentences Rule | Tenses Rules| Past Tense Examples

    Past Tense (Simple sentences)
    Subject
    Verb(2ND form,Past form)
    objects


    He ate.
    I ate.
    They ate.
    Jack and Sam ate.
    Subject
    Was-Singular
    Were-plural
    objects


    I was there.
    He was there.
    They were there.
    Jack and Sam were there.



    Past Tense  (negative sentences)
    Subject
    Did

    not
    Verb (1st form)
    object
    He did not  eat.
    I did not  eat.
    They did not  eat.
    Jack and Sam did not  eat.
    Subject
    Was-Singular
    Were-plural
    not
    Verb
    object
    I was not there.
    He was not there.
    They were not there.
    Jack and Sam were not there.

    Past Tense  (Interrogative sentences)
    Did

    Subject
    Verb (1st form)
    Objects

    Did he eat?
    Did I eat?
    Did They eat?
    Did Jack and Sam eat?
    Was-Singular
    Were-plural
    Subject
    Verb
    Objects

    Was I there?
    Was He  there?
    Were They  there?
    Were Jack and Sam  there?


    Past Tense  (negative +Interrogative sentences)
    Did

    Subject
    not
    Verb
    Objects
    Did he not eat?
    Did I not  eat?
    Did They not  eat?
    Did Jack and Sam not  eat?
    Was-Singular
    Were-plural
    Subject
    not
    Verb
    Objects
    Was I not there?
    Was He  there?
    Were They  there?
    Were Jack and Sam  there?

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    Oct 30, 2011

    Past Continuous Tenses Rule | Tenses Rules| Past Tense Examples

    Past Continuous Tense, Progressive  (simple Sentences)
    Subject
    Was-Sigular, I
    Were- Plural
    Verb+ing
    Objects

    He was eating.
    I was eating.
    They were eating.
    Jack and Sam were eating.


    Past Continuous Tense, Progressive  (Negative Sentences)
    Subject
    Was-Sigular, I
    Were- Plural
    not
    Verb+ing
    Objects
    He was not eating.
    I was not  eating.
    They were not eating.
    Jack and Sam were not  eating.


    Past Continuous Tense, Progressive  (Interrogative Sentences)
    Was-Sigular, I
    Were- Plural
    Subject
    Verb+ing
    Objects

    Was he eating?
    Was I    eating?
    Were they  eating?
    Were Jack and Sam   eating?


    Past Continuous Tense, Progressive  (Interrogative + Negative Sentences)
    Was-Sigular, I
    Were- Plural
    Subject
    not
    Verb+ing
    Objects
    Was he not eating.
    Was I  not  eating.
    Were they  not eating.
    Were Jack and Sam not  eating.
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