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Learn to Speak English in Hindi – Past indefinite tense सामान्य भूत काल Examples

Learn English in Hindi – Learn English in Hindi सामान्य भूत काल Examples . हिंदी मे इंग्लिश बोलना सीखे आसानी से . Past indefinite tense Examples, Sentences and exercises Learn to Speak English – Present Perfect Continuous Tense – इंग्लिश… Continue Reading →

Present Indefinite Tense – इंग्लिश बोलना सीखे – Learn to Speak English in Hindi –

Present Indefinite Tense – इंग्लिश बोलना सीखे – Learn to Speak English in Hindi. Learn to Speak English in Hindi – Present Indefinite Tense इंग्लिश बोलना सीखे – प्रेज़न्ट इन्डेफिनेट टेन्स – Vartmaan Kaal. English भाषा में tense (काल), present… Continue Reading →

Learn English in Hindi – वाक्य रचना – Sentence Structure

Learn English in Hindi वाक्य रचना (वाक्य की बनावट) – Sentence Structure ( अंग्रेजी में वाक्य कैसे बनते हैं (How sentences are formed in English) SPEAK ENGLISH FLUENTLY (Learn English speaking through Hindi). PART V (Beginners) STRUCTURE OF SENTENCE वाक्य… Continue Reading →

Regular and Irregular verbs Examples in Hindi | Learn English Speaking | इंग्लिश बोलना सीखे

Regular and Irregular verbs Examples in Hindi | Learn English Speaking | इंग्लिश बोलना सीखे . Regular and Irregular verbs examples in Hindi explained in a simple way. Check out Regular Verbs, Irregular verbs list and Regular and Irregular verb… Continue Reading →

Verb “DO” Examples and Use in Sentences – Learn English in Hindi इंग्लिश बोलना सीखे

Use of the Verb “DO” Examples | Learn to speak English in Hindi. Do is used as Helping verb. DO is one of the important English verbs. इंग्लिश बोलना सीखे . Free English verbs exercises. Use of Do, Does, Did… Continue Reading →

Use of the Verb “Have” Examples | Learn to speak English in Hindi – इंग्लिश बोलना सीखे

Use of the Verb “Have” Examples | Learn to speak English in Hindi Have is used as a main verb and as an auxiliary verb . HAVE is one of the most important English verbs. इंग्लिश बोलना सीखे . Free… Continue Reading →

Verb “BE” use and Examples | Learn English speaking in Hindi – इंग्लिश बोलना सीखे

Verb “BE” use Examples | Learn English speaking in Hindi – इंग्लिश बोलना सीखे. Be: Forms, Examples, Grammar and Exercises. Free English verbs exercises. Use of BE in Sentences. Examples, Use of BE in Sentences

Auxiliary Verbs सहायक क्रिया Learn English in Hindi – Auxiliary Verbs Examples

Auxiliary Verbs सहायक क्रिया Learn English in Hindi – Auxiliary Verbs Examples.हिंदी व्याकरण से इंग्लिश ग्रामर के अनुवाद. What are Auxiliary verbs Auxiliary (helping) verbs – helping verbs सहायक क्रिया SPEAK ENGLISH FLUENTLY What is auxiliary verb? सहायक क्रियाएँ मुख्य… Continue Reading →

Behemoth – Word of the Day | Enrich your vocabulary

Enrich your vocabulary | Word of the day Word of the Day “Behemoth” Behemoth Meaning: a huge or monstrous creature something enormous, especially a large and powerful organization Synonyms of Behemoth : Giant, monster Meaning of Behemoth in Hindi: विशालकाय,विशालकाय… Continue Reading →

Audacious | Enrich your vocabulary | Word of the day

Audacious Meaning: showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks. Synonyms of Audacious : bad mannered, bold, bold as brass, courageous Meaning of Audacious in Hindi: ढीठ, निडर, निर्भीक, साहसी, अक्खड़ The word “Audacious” in a Sentence: Pepsi is taking an audacious… Continue Reading →

Allure – Word of the Day | Enrich your vocabulary

Enrich your vocabulary Word of the Day Allure Allure Meaning: the quality of being powerfully and mysteriously attractive or fascinating. Allure Synonyms:  appeal to, attractive, charming,magnetic allure Antonyms: repel, repulsion allure Meaning in Hindi: आकर्षण, रिझाना, ललचाना, लुभाना Sentence: Higher rates curb diamonds’s… Continue Reading →

Affable – Enrich your vocabulary – Word of the Day

Affable – Enrich your vocabulary – Word of the Day Meaning in English and Hindi, Synonyms, Sentence example Affable Synonyms: accessible, agreeable, amenable, amiable, approachable, benevolent, easy-going Affable Antonyms: prickly, unfriendly Affable meaning in Hindi मिलनसार, सुशील, मित्रतापूर्ण Ram was… Continue Reading →

Aesthetic – Word of the Day | Enrich your English Vocabulary

Aesthetic – Word of the Day | Enrich your English Vocabulary Meaning: concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty Aesthetic – Synonyms: artistic, attractive, beautiful Aesthetic meaning in Hindi सौंदर्यशास्र-संबंधी,सुरुचिपूर्ण Aesthetic Antonym : displeasing, ugly

Adamant Meaning | Enrich your English Vocabulary | Word of the Day

Adamant Meaning | Enrich your English Vocabulary | Word of the Day – Meaning of difficult words Adamant Synonyms: determined, firm, immovable Antonyms: unsure meaning in Hindi अटल, कठोर पदार्थ, हठी Sentence: FTII students adamant on Gajendra Chauhan’s removal, strike… Continue Reading →

AMULET | Enrich your vocabulary – Word of the Day

Enrich your vocabulary – Word of the Day – AMULET Meaning in English and Hindi, Synonyms, Sentence example AMULET Meaning: an ornament or small piece of jewellry thought to give protection against evil, danger or disease. Synonyms of the Word… Continue Reading →

Diatribe | Enrich your English Vocabulary | Word of the Day

Diatribe | Enrich your English Vocabulary – word of the day – Meaning of Diatribe in English and Hindi, Synonyms, Sentence example Enrich your vocabulary Word of the Day – Diatribe Meaning: a forceful and bitter verbal attack against someone… Continue Reading →

Indefinite Articles “an” – Learn English Grammar Online

ndefinite Articles “an” – Learn English Grammar Online How to use “AN” one of the most common words in English. It is one of the indefinite article. Indefinite article Does not refer to any particular person, place, thing

Indefinite articles A – Learn English Grammar Online

Indefinite articles A – How to use “A” one of the most common words in English. It is one of the indefinite article. Indefinite article Does not refer to any particular person, place, thing Indefinite Article rules Before a consonant… Continue Reading →

Definite article THE – Learn English Grammar

How to use “The” one of the most common words in English. It is our only definite article. WHEN TO USE “THE” .. see examples Before a particular person or thing Example – This is the pen that u gave… Continue Reading →

Direct Indirect Speech Examples | Indirect to Direct Speech Sentences – English Grammar

Direct Indirect Speech Examples | Indirect to Direct Speech Sentences – English Grammar. Also see direct indirect speech rules

Direct Indirect Speech – Learn English Grammar

Learn about Direct indirect speech – Definition of Direct and Indirect speech. Rules of changing direct speech into indirect speech, explanation and examples. What is Reported speech and Reporting verb?

Learn English Grammar – Active Passive Voice

Learn English Grammar – Active Passive, Definition of active passive with explanation . examples of active and passive voice. English Grammar active and passive voice rules, active and passive components

How is IELTS marked ? | IELTS Band Score

Once you have undergone the IELTS test, your score will be provided to you in an assessment system know as the Band Score.

IELTS – An Overview | International English Language Testing System know-how

The International English Language Testing System, or more commonly known as IELTS, is a among the world’s most accepted and undertaken English language proficiency test.  

The Seven Ages by William Shakespeare – CBSE English Poem Class 9

The Seven Ages by William Shakespeare – CBSE English Poem Class 9 William Shakespeare [1564 — 1616] was born in Stratford-upon-Avon. He is considered to be one of the greatest dramatists of all time. He wrote sonnets, narrative long poems… Continue Reading →

Ozymandius – CBSE English Poem Class 10

Ozymandius – CBSE English Poem Class 10 by Percy Bysshe Shelley. OZYMANDIAS I met a traveler from an antique land                                 1 Who said: “Two vast and trunkless legs of stone Stand in the desert. Near them on the sand, Half… Continue Reading →

Lord Ullin’s Daughter – CBSE English Poem Class 9

Lord Ullin’s Daughter – CBSE English Class 9 by Thomas Campbell Poem – Lord Ullin’s Daughter: A Chieftain, to the highlands bound, Cries, “Boatman, do not tarry! And I’ll give thee a silver pound To  row us o’er the ferry!”-… Continue Reading →

After a Bath – CBSE Poem Class 1

After a Bath – CBSE Poem Class 1 In this poem a child is talking about what he does after a bath. He says that after his bath he tries to wipe himself till he is dry. He further says… Continue Reading →

Mahamrityunjay Mantra Word by Word Meaning in English

Om Tryambakam Yajamahe Sugandhim Pushtivardhanam Urvarukamiva Bandhanan Mrityor Mukshiya Maamritat Mahamrityunjay Mantra Word by Word Meaning in English We Meditate on the Three-eyed reality Which permeates and nourishes all like a fragrance. May we be liberated from death for the… Continue Reading →

Gayatri Mantra Word by Word Meaning in English

Gayatri Mantra Word by Word Meaning in English Oṃ bhūr bhuvaḥ svaḥ , tát savitúr váreṇiyaṃ bhárgo devásya dhīmahi , dhíyo yó naḥ pracodáyāt Meaning ‘O’ thou existence Absolute, Creator of the three dimensions, we contemplate upon thy divine light…. Continue Reading →

Three Little Pigs – CBSE Lesson Class1

Three Little Pigs – CBSE Lesson Class1 Story: This is a story of three little pigs: Sonu, Monu and Gonu who lived in three different types of houses of made of straw, sticks and bricks and how the bad wolf… Continue Reading →

A Happy Child – CBSE Poem Class 1

A Happy Child – CBSE Poem Class 1 Poem: My House is Red, A little House A happy Child am I I laugh and play all day long I hardly ever cry I have a tree, a green green tree… Continue Reading →

The Solitary Reaper – CBSE English Poem Class 9

The Solitary Reaper – CBSE English Poem Class 9 About this Poem: The Solitary Reaper – William Wordsworth THE SOLITARY REAPER Behold her, single in the field, Yon solitary Highland lass, Reaping and singing by herself; Stop here, or gently… Continue Reading →

The Brook – CBSE English Poem Class 9th

The Brook – CBSE English Poem Class 9th written by Alfred Lord TENNYSON About Alfred Lord TENNYSON Alfred Lord Tennyson, First Baron, FRS, was Poet Laureate of Great Britain and Ireland. He is known as a Victorian poet, since he lived… Continue Reading →

A Dog Named Duke – CBSE English Class 9

A Dog Named Duke – CBSE English Class 9 by William D. Ellis About Duke, The Dog Duke is a Doberman Pinscher, a big dog. Chuck’s tiny wife Marcy would have preferred  a Pomeranian or a Poodle around her house,… Continue Reading →

How I Taught My Grandmother to Read – CBSE English Class 9th

How I Taught My Grandmother to Read – CBSE English Class 9th by Sudha Murthy Sudha Murthy is an Indian social worker and author. Murthy began her professional career as a computer scientist and engineer. She is the chairperson of… Continue Reading →

Different forms of verbs – Learn English Grammar

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Tips to Improve Written English

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Tips to improve spoken English

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English Idioms Lesson 17 – In a Nutshell

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Idioms Lesson 16 – Have a Second Thought

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Polite conversation in English Part III

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Ways to Improve Communication Skills

Ways to Improve Communication Skills by Arun Vedhera HOW TO IMPROVE AND PERFECT COMMUNICATION It is everyone’s fond wish to be able to communicate fluently, flawlessly and effectively. Power of communication is one of the key ingredients of human personality-this… Continue Reading →

Singular and Plural Nouns Lesson 1

Singular and Plural Nouns Lesson 1 of English Grammar by Ranjna Vedhera. A noun that refers to one person or object is called a singular noun. A noun that denotes more than one person or object is called a plural… Continue Reading →

Idioms Lesson 9 – Not my cup of tea

Idioms Lesson 9 – Not my cup of tea. English Idioms & Phrases Meaning end examples from SuccessCDs Videos Check out More videos on Idioms and Phrases herehttp://goo.gl/fwpYP For English Grammar Lessons check out http://goo.gl/fd8Ox

Idioms Lesson 8 – As cool as cucumber

Idioms Lesson 8 – As cool as cucumber. English Idioms & Phrases Meaning end examples from SuccessCDs Videos Check out More videos on Idioms and Phrases herehttp://goo.gl/fwpYP For English Grammar Lessons check out http://goo.gl/fd8Ox

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 →

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

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 →

Word Stress in American English

WORD STRESS in American English Word stress plays a very important role in the correct pronunciation of American Accent as in any other accent. Stress in American Accent In American English Stress the underlying pattern of English rhythm is that… Continue Reading →

Spoken American English – Overview

Introduction In the business world people generally say that some particular accents are better for business than others, to such an extent that people even have to change their accent when doing some specific jobs. This is particularly true for… Continue Reading →

Word Stress in English Language

Word Stress in English Language for correct pronunciation What is Word Stress? Word Stress plays an important role in correct pronunciation of English words. In order to understand word stress, it helps to understand syllables. Syllables A syllable is unit… Continue Reading →

Idiom and Phrases Lesson 1

Idiom and Phrases – Lesson 1 IDIOM Today’s Idiom is – TO BREAK THE ICE Meaning … To get beyond the first uncomfortable feelings or difficulties in starting a conversation and create a more relaxed atmosphere. Examples: 1. The speaker… Continue Reading →

Correct Pronunciation of English Words

Correct Pronunciation of English Words Pronunciation… Pronunciation is the first and foremost aspect of English language that people notice while speaking English.It is the most important language skill. Practice is the only way to learn correct pronunciation of English words…. 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 →

Forms of Communication

Forms of Communication Forms of Communication – by Arun Vedhera Ability to communicate is God’s gift to living beings .All earthly creatures namely humans, flora and fauna and even the elements of Nature communicate with each other in their own… Continue Reading →

Essentials of Effective Communication

Essentials of Effective Communication by Arun Vedhera 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. Communication may be Verbal… 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 →