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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+in

Conjunction | What is Conjunction | List of Conjunction | Conjunction Type

Conjunction-The  word  that  connects words, phrases, clauses, or sentences is called conjunction.
The common conjunctions words are : and, but, for, or, nor, yet, and so


Coordinating Conjucndtion- It joins single words, or they may joins group of words but they must always similar elements.
Coordinating Conjucndtion F A N B O Y S For And Nor

Future Continuos Tense Rule | Progressive Tense Learning

Future continuous Tense (Simple sentences) Subject Will-singular Shall-plural be Verb+ing objects He will be eating. I shall be eating. They shall be eating. Jack and Sam shall be eating.


Future continuous Tense (Negative sentences) Subject Will-singular Shall-plural Not be Verb+ing objects He will not be eating. I shall be not eating. They shall be not eating. Jack and Sam shall not be eating.


Future continuous Tense ( Interrogative sentences) Will-singular

FutureTenses Simple Sentences Rule | Tenses Rules| Future Tense Examples

Future Tense (Simple sentences) Subject Will-singular Shall-plural Verb objects
He will eat. I shall eat. They shall eat. Jack and Sam shall eat.


Future Tense (negative sentences) Subject Will-singular Shall-plural not Verb object He will not eat. I shall noteat. They shall not eat. Jack and Sam shall not eat.


Future t Tense (Interrogative sentences) Will-singular Shall-plural

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Ratio Mathematics ICSE Tutorial Class 7

There are four videos of Ratio class 7. Few sums have also been explained with very easy steps. If there are any doubts then comment below. We will try to clear those doubts.

1. Understanding Ratio:


2. Comparing Ratio Basic and Shortcut method:

3. Compound Ratio , continued Ratio Dividing a number in a given Ratio:

4. Solution of few problem of ratio:
These sums of Ratio class 7 have been discussed in this video:
1. write in simplest form
72:108, 1/6:1/2,
15cm to 4m.
2. Population of a village is 32400. The ratio of literate
to illiterate person in the village is 11:7. Find the actual number of literate person and illiterate person. .
3. If a, b and c are three numbers such that a:b=4:9 and b:c=27:35. Find a:c
4. In what ratio should we increase 650 to obtain 1000.