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Skill Subjects Class 10 Syllabus

Skill Subjects Class 10 Syllabus Skill Subjects Class 10 Syllabus In order to upgrade the skills and proficiency of the young generation and also to provide them awareness to explore about various career options the Central Board of Secondary Education has started offering 15 Vocational Courses in different sectors at Secondary level. The skill education… Read More »

Lesson 8 – Subject-Verb Agreement

Lesson 8 -Subject-Verb Agreement Subject Verb Agreement Rles With Examples Lesson 8 – Subject-Verb Agreement [su_heading] The verb must agree with the subject Compound subjects and the verbs Subjects coming after the Verbs Two subjects/nouns with singular verb Agreement with Indefinite Pronouns Words that intervene between subject and verb [/su_heading] We have no free choice… Read More »

Lesson 7 – Conjunctions

Lesson 7 – Conjunctions Lesson 7 – Conjunctions [su_heading] 1. Coordinating Conjunctions 2.Subordinating Conjunctions 3.Correlative Conjunctions 4.Connecting Conjunctions 5.Conjunctions Function as Preposition, Adverb, or Adjective 6.More on Conjunctions 7.The conjunction ‘that‘[/su_heading] [su_button style=”3d” background=”#2d32ef” size=”20″]A conjunction is a word that is used to join words, phrases, and clauses – both independent and dependent clauses –… Read More »

Active and Passive Voices

Active and Passive Voices Active and Passive Voices Description of Active and Passive Voice: A sentence could be written in two alternative ways to point out whether or not the topic performs a motion (energetic voice) or receives the motion (passive voice). Most sentences are written within a lively voice. Why passive sentences are typically… Read More »

Participles As Modifiers

Participles As Modifiers Participles As Modifiers Present participles and past participles can act as modifiers of nouns. These participles can in turn be modified by adverbs as the following will show. Present participle A present participle, that is a verb that ends in –ing, can be used to modify nouns. It usually comes before the… Read More »

Prepositional Phrase

Prepositional Phrase Prepositional Phrase A prepositional phrase consists of a preposition and its object which can be a noun, noun phrase or a pronoun. It can be two or more commonly three words long. It can also be much longer. The prepositional phrases shown here are in bold. Examples: She spent a large amount of… Read More »

The Second Conditional

The Second Conditional The Second Conditional This type 2 second conditional is used to talk about the situation now, not in the past although we use the simple past tense in the if-clause. The situation we express is imaginary, unlikely or hypothetical, and is therefore unlikely to happen now or in the future. The second… Read More »

Transitive and Intransitive Verbs

Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Verbs can be classified into transitive and intransitive. A transitive verb needs an object while the intransitive does not. Many verbs can be used as both transitive and intransitive depending on how they are used in a sentence. Transitive verb A transitive verb has to be an… Read More »

Lock in now! Stock sell-off sinks mortgage rates

[tie_index]Design & build quality[/tie_index] [padding top=”0″ bottom=”0″ right=”5%” left=”5%”] Apple Watch review: Design For a slightly more opinionated version of the video review above, here’s the male half of the Macworld team arguing (after four months with this device) about whether the Apple Watch is a great or a terrible product: The Apple Watch is… Read More »

Why people are flocking to Oregon

[tie_index]Design & build quality[/tie_index] [padding top=”0″ bottom=”0″ right=”5%” left=”5%”] Apple Watch review: Design For a slightly more opinionated version of the video review above, here’s the male half of the Macworld team arguing (after four months with this device) about whether the Apple Watch is a great or a terrible product: The Apple Watch is… Read More »