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Download Free PDF of 100 golden rules of English Grammar

आज हम आपके साथ Competitive Exams से संबंधित बहुत ही महत्वपूर्ण PDF 100 golden rules of English Grammar in English language for error detection and sentence improvement शेयर कर रहे हैं । मुझे पूरी उम्मीद है की आपको हमारे द्वारा उपलब्ध करवाई जाने वाली free PDF of Best English Grammar 100 Golden Rules पसंद आएगी.… Read More »

Download Preposition Free Notes and Book in PDF for all Exams

आज हम आपके साथ Best Handwritten Notes of English Grammar Preposition Free PDF शेयर कर रहे हैं । मुझे पूरी उम्मीद है की आपको हमारे द्वारा उपलब्ध करवाई जाने वाली English Grammar Free PDF Notes of Preposition पसंद आएगी. यदि आपको हमारी Preposition Free book आपके Exam में सहायक लगे तो आप हमारी वेबसाइट के… Read More »

Different ways to ask for favor and request

Ways to make a request: 1. Could you do me a favor? (क्या आप मेरी सहायता कर सकतें हैं?) When you want to request someone for something, instead of saying “could you do me a favor”, you should say: जब आपको किसी से निवेदन करना हो, “could you do me a favor” बोलने से बेहतर… Read More »

Use of Relative Pronoun THAT with Examples

RELATIVE PRONOUN 👇👇 THAT 👇👇 That is used like a “Relative Pronoun” for both Living and Non living 1. The same → that Naveen has the same scales that you have You resemble the same man that dropped me to my home yesterday. 2. The only → that I knew the only boy that could… Read More »

Know all about Pronoun for All Competitive Exams

Definition of Pronoun :- A word used instead of a noun is known as a pronoun, such as I, We, This, Each, None etc. (संज्ञा के बदले जो शब्द प्रयोग में लाया जाता है उसे pronoun कहते हैं।) जैसे:- This book(N) is useful, so Raju wants to buy it(Pron). The boys(N) will be awarded for… Read More »

Common errors in the use of Gerunds

➡ Gerunds should be used with possessive pronouns (my, your, her), and not object pronouns (me, him etc). Note that this rule is not strictly observed especially in the case of proper nouns. ✗ Incorrect: They were counting on me helping them. ✓ Correct: They were counting on my helping them. ✗ Incorrect: They insisted on… Read More »

Know all about Conditional Sentences

CONDITIONAL SENTENCES ( From Oxford Practice Grammar ) Lets take a look at conditional sentences: There are four types of conditional sentences that each expresses a different degree of probability ▪ Zero conditional ▪ First conditional ▪ Second conditional ▪ Third conditional ➡ All about zero conditional Zero conditional sentences express general truths:situations in which one… Read More »