English lessons for beginners-Use of ‘Hang’, ‘Hang around’, ‘Hang on’, ‘Hang together’, ‘Hang over’, ‘Suspend’, ‘Suspense’ Hey Friends, today we are going to learn some words which confuse us some times like ‘Hang’, ‘Hang around’, ‘Hang on’, ‘Hang together’, ‘Hang over’. This word Hang is used for लटकाना. When we
English lessons for beginners–Use of the words First & Foremost, Next & Nearest, Farther & Further Difference between words First & Foremost First This word is used when something or somebody is first in order. Nehru was the first Prime Minister of India. Sarojni stood first in the long jump.
English lessons for beginners-Use of ‘Regard’, ‘Regarding’, ‘Regardless’, ‘Respect’, ‘Respective’ & ‘Respectively’ Hey friends do you know what is the difference between ‘Regard’ and ‘Respect’? Today,we are going to learn how to use Regard and Respect while speaking – The meaning of ‘Regard’ in Hindi is ‘आदर’ – Example मेरे
Hey Friends, in this article, we will cover some basic English speaking rules. Basic grammar is necessity, but only focusing on learning grammar rules may prevent you from speaking good English. In order to improve English speaking fluency, one must know to translate daily speaking sentences in English. Do
Today, we are going to discuss, the sentences which create so much confusion when we translate into English like: मेरे स्टेशन पहुँचने से पहले गाडी छूट चुकी थी। डॉक्टर के आने से पहले मरीज मर चुका था। These sentences have two parts and they are joined with the word “
Today, we will learn how to use these words like – If, Unless, Until. These sentences which start with the words like If, Unless, Until are called Conditional Sentences. First of all, we will learn use of ‘If’. These sentences have two parts divided by the word “ तो ”.
Suppose you have placed an order for a few books with City Central Book Shop, No. 10 Paharganj, Delhi. But, you have not received the books so far. Vijay Nagar Agra February 1, 2017 The Sales Manager City Central Book Shop 10 Paharganj Delhi Sub: Non-Compliance of order. Sir, I