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Common English Phrasal Verbs Part 2

English Phrasal Verbs GIVE UP If you give up something (or give something up) that is bad for you (for example alcohol, smoking, and eating fatty foods) you stop doing it or having it.Examples of use:a) Eric gave up smoking…

Common English Phrasal Verbs Part 1

English Phrasal Verbs BELIEVE IN 1. When you believe in something or somebody you are sure that something or somebody exists. Examples of use: a) Do you believe in God? b) I didn’t believe in ghosts until I stayed in…

Pronoun : English Grammar Rules

Pronoun : English Grammar Rules In ordinary speech, we employ pronouns. It enables us to converse about ourselves, other people, and objects. Some pronouns, such as she and her, are reserved for females, while others, such as he and his,…

Conjunctions: English Grammar Rules

Conjunctions: English Grammar Rules Conjunctions are the connecting words in a sentence. A conjunction is a word or phrase that connects two or more words, phrases, sentences, or clauses. In many competitive exams, a question on the application of conjunction…

Verbs : English Grammar Rules

Verbs : English Grammar Rules Verbs serve as a foundation for constructing sentences. In several government exams, the verb is an important part of the English Grammar subject. Knowing how to use verbs will benefit you in practically any situation,…

Online Education in Lockdown – Essay

COVID-19 has changed the ways of living, working, teaching & learning. Millions of students have been driven out of university campuses and the faculty is confined to their homes. This has forced the teaching community to look for alternatives to…

100 Idioms for SSC CGL

IDIOMS’ literal meaning may seem absurd, but they have a metaphorical meaning and may even be written in an unusual grammatical structure. In this post, list of 100 idioms with meaning is given. In the SSC CGL Tier I exam,…

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