Grammar & Spoken Topics

How to use “Used to” in English

How to use “Used to” in English | “Used to” का प्रयोग दो तरीकों से होता हैः1) आदी होना (Aadi hona)2) ता , ते , ती……………..था , थे , थी {Ta , Te , Ti… Tha , The , Thi} Used to – {आदी होना (Aadi hona)} Structure:Sub + {is /am/are (Present} + used to …

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Contractions in English

There are four categories of how Contractions in English are used: a) Verb + not    b) Pronoun + Verbc) Verb + Verb   d) Miscellaneous Verb + not Is not – Isn’t (इज़न्ट) वो स्कूल नहीं जा रहा है। (Vo school nahi ja raha hai.)He is not going to school.He isn’t going to school. Am …

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Synonyms (समानार्थक शब्द): List of Synonyms in English

Needless to say, you do require an impressive English vocabulary in order to influence people with your speech and that’s where comes the role of the correct synonyms. Here are the most important words with their synonyms, as listed below. Abhor (घृणा करना) Detest, Hate, Abominate Absurd (बेतुका) Ridiculous, Foolish, Silly Acclaim (जय-जयकार करना) Applaud, …

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How to use could in english

How to use Could in English

How to use Could in English and its use with be/have/have had/have been/have to/have had to.. Could– सकता है/ था (sakta hai/ tha) वो आज आपसे मिल सकता है।Wo aaj apse mil sakta hai.He could meet you today. वो आपसे कल मिल सकता था।Wo apse kal mil sakta tha.He could meet you yesterday. कल वो …

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Use of Should in English

How to use Should in English

How to use should in English and its use with be/have/been… Should – करना चाहिए(karna Chahiye) मुझे आपको भेजना चाहिए। Mujhe apko bhejna chahiye. I Should send you. आपको घर आना चाहिए। Apko ghar aana chahiye. You should come home. हमें एक दूसरे से बात करनी चाहिए। Hamain ek dusre se bat karni chahiye.We should talk to each other. …

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wh family words in english

WH Family Words in English

WH Family Words in English क्या (Kya) – What (वट) क्या क्या (Kya-Kya) -What all (वट ऑल) क्यों (Kyu)– Why (वाय) कब (Kab) -When (वैन) कब और क्यों (Kab aur kyu) – When and why (वैन एण्ड वाय) कब कब (Kab Kab)– How often (हाव ऑफन)    कहाँ (Kaha) – Where (वेयर)         कहाँ कहाँ (Kaha Kaha) …

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would

Use of Would – सभी प्रयोग Be/Have के साथ – Would Meaning in Hindi

Use of Would with Be & have…इस आर्टिकल में Would, Would be, Would have, Would have been, Would have had, Would have to और Would have had to के सभी Use बताये गये हैं। सबसे नीचे प्रैक्टिस के लिए Sentences हैं और कई और update किये जायेंगे। Would – करता (Karta) आज मैं ऑफिस जाता …

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types of sentences

Types of Sentences (वाक्य के प्रकार)

जब आप अंग्रेज़ी सीखने की शुरूआत करते हैं, तो सबसे पहली बात आप सीखते हैं Types of Sentences – Sentence क्या होते हैं और कितने Types के होते हैं, इससे आपको English Grammar पर पकड बनाने में आसानी होती है। A set of words that is complete in itself is called a sentence. किसी भी …

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CAUSATIVE VERBS

Causative Verbs: Let, Make, Get, Have, Help

Causative Verbs: Let, Make, Get, Have, Help… पहले आप ये वीडियो देखो आखिर तक, उसके बाद इस वीडियो में cover किये गए सभी Sentences लिखित रूप में दिये गए हैं, और उसके बाद Practice के लिए Sentences. Causative Verbs – Active LET – To allow someone to do something (किसी को कोई काम करने देना)Sub …

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Conditional Sentences in English Grammar

Conditional Sentences – Type 0, Type 1, Type 2 & Type 3

Conditional Sentences – Type 0, Type 1, Type 2 & Type 3…पहले ये Video देखकर Concept समझ लो, फिर Practice Video देखकर Practice करेंगे… Conditional Sentences Type 0 (Zero Conditional) यह उन तथ्यों को संदर्भित करता है जो आम तौर पर सच होते हैं। It refers to the facts which are generally true.पहचान (Identification): अगर …

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