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Idioms Lesson 7 – To Show Your True Colors

Idioms Lesson 7 – To show your true colors TO SHOW YOUR TRUE COLORS Meaning – When someone shows their true colours, they reveal the kind of person they really are. To show your true colors is to reveal yourself… Continue Reading →

Idioms Lesson 6 – FACE THE MUSIC

Idioms Lesson 6 – FACE THE MUSIC Meaning – To face the unpleasant consequences of one’s action If you have to face the music, you have to accept the negative consequences of something you have done wrong. Example 1 Mary… Continue Reading →

Idioms Lesson 5 – Born with a silver spoon in one’s mouth

Idioms Lesson 5 – Born with a silver spoon in one’s mouth by Rachna Chandla BORN WITH A SILVER SPOON IN ONE’S MOUTH Meaning – To be born in a very rich family If you are born with a silver… Continue Reading →

Idiom Lesson 4 – Hit the nail on the head

Idiom Lesson 4 – Hit the nail on the Head MEANING – Be exactly accurate. If someone hits the nail on the head, they are exactly right about something. Example 1 – You’ve pointed out the shortcoming in the system,… Continue Reading →

Idioms Lesson 3 – Gift of the Gab

Idiom Lesson 3 – Gift of the Gab . meaning and Examples of Idioms and Phrases by Rachna Chandla. Meaning – The ability to speak well If someone has the gift of the gab, they speak in a persuasive and… Continue Reading →

Idioms Lesson 2 – To pull up ones Socks

Idioms Lesson 2 – To pull up ones Socks . Meaning and examples of Idioms and Phrases in English Language by Rachna Chandla PULL UP ONE’S SOCKS MEANING – To make an effort to improve If you aren’t satisfied with… Continue Reading →

Learn Sanskrit Grammar Lesson 1 – Introduction

Learn Sanskrit Grammar lesson 1 by Shyam Chandran for www.successcds.net The Basics of Sanskrit Grammar – SANGYA (Noun), Ling (Gender), Vachan (Number) , Pu-ling, Stri-ling , napunsak-ling

Learn Sanskrit Grammar Lesson 2 – Vibhakti

Learn Sanskrit Grammar Lesson 2 on Vibhakti Sanskrit Grammar lesson by Sanskrit teacher Sanskrit Declension

Learn Sanskrit Grammar Lesson 3 – Shabd Roop

Learn Sanskrit Grammar Lesson 3 Shabd Roop by Sanskrit Teacher. CBSE Class VI Sanskrit, CBSE Sanskrit, Grammar Lessons by S. Mishra for www.successcds.net

Idioms lesson 15 – Jump the Gun

Idioms lesson 15 – Jump the Gun. meaning and Examples of Idioms and Phrases by Rachna Chandla for SuccessCDs Videos. English Idioms & Phrases Meaning end examples from SuccessCDs Videos Check out more videos on Idioms and Phrases here http://goo.gl/fwpYP… Continue Reading →

Idioms lesson 14 All ears

Idioms Lesson 13 – “All Ears”. Meaning and Examples of Idioms and Phrases by Rachna Chandla for SuccessCDs Videos. English Idioms & Phrases Meaning end examples from SuccessCDs Videos Check out more videos on Idioms and Phrases here http://goo.gl/fwpYP For… Continue Reading →

Idioms Lesson 13 – Ball in your Court

Idioms Lesson 13 – Ball in your Court. meaning and Examples of Idioms and Phrases by Rachna Chandla for SuccessCDs Videos. English Idioms & Phrases Meaning end examples from SuccessCDs Videos Check out more videos on Idioms and Phrases here… Continue Reading →

Idioms Lesson 12 To Keep Ones Fingers Crossed

Idioms Lesson 12 To Keep Ones Fingers Crossed. Idioms meaning and Examples by Rachna Chandla for SuccessCDs Videos English Idioms & Phrases Meaning end examples from SuccessCDs Videos Check out More videos on Idioms and Phrases here http://goo.gl/fwpYP For English… Continue Reading →

Idioms Lesson 11 Making a Mountain of a Molehill

Idioms Lesson 11 Making a Mountain of a Molehill. Idioms and Phares meaning and examples by Rachna Chandla for SuccessCDs Videos Check out More videos on Idioms and Phrases here http://goo.gl/fwpYP For English Grammar Lessons check out http://goo.gl/fd8Ox

Command over language and Expression

Command over language and Expression by Arun Vedhra for SuccessCDs Videos

Learn Sanskrit Grammar Lesson 8 – Sarvnam

Learn Sanskrit Grammar Lesson 8 Sarvnam. Sanskrit Grammar Lessons by Shyam Chandran for SuccessCDs Videos See Complete list of Sanskrit Grammar Videos here http://goo.gl/cdw0j

Learn Sanskrit Grammar Lesson 7 Dhatu Lat Lakar

Learn Sanskrit Grammar Lesson 7 Dhatu Lat Lakar by Shyam Chandran for SuccessCDs Videos See Complete list of Sanskrit Grammar Videos here http://goo.gl/cdw0j

Learn Sanskrit Grammar Lesson 9 – Karak Kriya and Karta

Learn Sanskrit Grammar Lesson 9 Karak Kriya and Karta . Sanskrit Grammar Lessons by Shyam Chandran for SuccessCDs Videos See Complete list of Sanskrit Grammar Videos here http://goo.gl/cdw0j

Idiom Lesson 10 Piece of Cake

Idiom Lesson 10 Piece of Cake English Idioms and Phrases meaning and examples by Rachna Chandla for SuccessCDs Videos. Check out More videos on Idioms and Phrases here http://goo.gl/fwpYP For English Grammar Lessons check out http://goo.gl/fd8Ox

Learn Sanskrit Grammar Lesson 6 KRIYA

Learn Sanskrit Grammar Lesson 6 KRIYA (Verb) by Shyam Chandran for SuccessCDs Videos. See Complete list of Sanskrit Grammar Videos here http://goo.gl/cdw0j

Sanskrit Lesson 4 Use of Vibhaktis

Sanskrit Lesson 4 Use of Vibhaktis in Sentences by Shyam Chandran for SuccessCDs Videos To See all Videos in “Learn Sanskrit” Section check out the Play list here http://goo.gl/cdw0j

Learn Sanskit Grammar Lesson 5 KAAL

Learn Sanskit Grammar Lesson 5 KAAL by Shyam Chandran for SuccessCDs Videos See Complete list of Sanskrit Grammar Videos here http://goo.gl/cdw0j

Power of Communication

Communication plays a pivotal role in all walks of human life .In other words life revolves around communication as the two originate, grow and evolve side by side. More such articles available here http://jobalerts.successcds.net/career-zone/

English Grammar Lesson – The Phrase and the Clause

English Grammar Lesson – The Phrase and the Clause by Prof. Ranjna Vedhera for SuccessCDs Videos http://www.successcds.net ENGLISH GRAMMAR – VERB The phrase and the clause What is a phrase? A phrase is a group of words that makes some… Continue Reading →

English Grammar Lesson – Transitive and Intransitive Verbs

English Grammar Lesson – Transitive and Intransitive Verbs by Prof. Ranjna Vedhera for SuccessCDs Videos TRANSITIVE AND INTRANSITIVE VERBS Look at these sentences … The boy killed the snake. All the boys played together. In the first sentence, the action… Continue Reading →

Learn English Grammar – The Verb

Learn English Grammar The Verb by Prof. Ranjna Vedhera for SuccessCDs Videos. Definition … A verb tells us what a person or thing does; what happens to someone or something or what is the state of a person or a… Continue Reading →

English Grammar Lesson – GENDER

GENDER All living beings belong to either male or female gender. A noun word that tells us about a male living being human or animal, is said to be of masculine gender. And a noun that tells us about a… Continue Reading →

Subject And Predicate – Learn English Grammar

Subject And Predicate – Learn English Grammar (with Ranjna Vedhera) . Subject and Predicate In every sentence we mention a person or thing. And then, we say something about that person or thing. The person or thing we mention is… Continue Reading →

Common Noun and Proper Noun – English Grammar Lesson

Common Noun and Proper Noun – English Grammar Lesson (by Ranjna Vedhera). NOUN Noun is a word used as a name for a person, place or thing. TYPES of NOUN Common Noun Proper Noun Collective Noun Abstract Noun COMMON NOUN… Continue Reading →

Parts of Speech 2 English Grammar Lesson

Parts of Speech 2 – English Grammar Lesson Parts of Speech – 2 A sentence is a group of words that makes complete sense. Parts of speech are the components of a sentence. A sentence or speech is made up… Continue Reading →

Parts of Speech 1 – English Grammar Lesson

Parts of Speech 1 – English Grammar Lesson Learn English Grammar with Ranjna Vedhera. Parts of Speech A sentence is a group of words that makes complete sense. Parts of speech are the components of a sentence. A sentence or… Continue Reading →

English Grammar Lesson – The Sentence

Learn English Grammar with Ranjna Vedhera. The Sentence A group of words that makes complete sense, conveys a clear meaning and expresses a complete thought. For Example: food good loves everyone healthy and. Everyone loves good and healthy food. We… Continue Reading →