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Essay Preparation Best Ielts Exams Preparation Best English Essay Preparation

Essay Preparation Best Ielts Exams Preparation Best English Essay Preparation Special Preparation:- Now you come to the specific preparation needed for writing an essay on some particular subject and the first thing we must do is define the Subject. (a) Defining the Subject: You must have a clear and accurate idea of the Subjectessay's Subject before we attempt to write on it- what exactly it is and what it is not. Some subjects are so simple that we can scarcely make a mistake about them, but some want looking into to…

What Is Music? Lesson For Music English Advanced Grammar

What Is Music? Lesson For Music English Advanced Grammar (1) Music : The first essential of poetry is vocal music. The poet chooses words of beautiful sound instinctively and arranges them that the words near each other will harmonize in sound, to bring forth what may be called "word music." And she varies this music to suit the subject so that the sound of the lines helps clarify their meaning. But vocal music relies not only on the musical sound of the words but also on rhythm. It is the combination of sweet-sounding and…

Poetry Basics Writing Tips And Tricks Advanced English Grammar

Poetry Basics Writing Tips And Tricks Advanced English Grammar (1) Vision : The second part of poetry is vision. A great poet is a "seer,," i.e., a "see-er,"; one who has spiritual insight and can see truths that others do not.  The ordinary, unimaginative woman is aware only of what she perceives by her senses and sees only the outward aspect of what she sees.  But the poets see much more. In moments of vision, they have the power of understanding, by a kind ofthings, their qualities, instinct, , and the relations…

Climax, Anticlimax, Transferred Epithet, Litotes, Interrogation And Exclamation English Poetry Grammar Lesson 4

Climax, Anticlimax, Transferred Epithet, Litotes, Interrogation And Exclamation English Poetry Grammar Lesson 4   Figures of Speech may be classified as Climax, Anticlimax, Transferred Epithet, Litotes, Interrogation, And Exclamation 14- Climax: Climax (Gk. Klimax = a ladder) is the arrangement of a series of ideas in the order of increasing importance. Structures Of Tenses Basic Tenses Rules English Learning Lesson 3 Examples Of Climax: (i) In action, how like an angel! (ii) In apprehension, how like a god! (iii) What…

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Structures Of Tenses Basic Tenses Rules English Learning Lesson 3

Structures Of Tenses Basic Tenses Rules English Learning Lesson 3 10- to-infinitive after easy, difficult, challenging, impossible, etc. Subject + verb -- Adjective -- to-infinitive, etc. (i) The food is -- difficult -- to digest. (ii) This medicine is -- pleasant -- to take. (iii)This book is -- easy -- to read (iv) This rug is -- difficult -- to wash (v) His actions are -- impossible -- to justify (vi) The subject is -- hard -- to understand (vii)His speech was -- difficult -- to follow 11- too + adjective/adverb…

Structures Of Tenses Basic Tenses Rules English Learning Lesson 2

Structures Of Tenses Basic Tenses Rules English Learning Lesson 2 5- It + be + adjective/noun + noun clause It + be -- Adjective/ Noun -- Noun Clause (i) It was -- fortunate -- that you escaped the accident. (ii) It is -- a mystery -- who can have taken my book. (iii) It is -- strange -- that they should have behaved like that. (iv) It is -- likely -- that there will be fighting this in the evening. (v) It is -- possible -- that they don't understand Hindi. (vi) It is -- doubtful -- whether they will be able to come.…

Verb Patterns Lesson No 3 English Grammar Ielts Exams Preparation

Verb Patterns Lesson No 3 English Grammar Ielts Exams Preparation Verb Pattern 10 Subject + verb + noun/pronoun + present participle Subject --Verb -- Noun/ Pronoun -- Present Participle 1-They -- found -- him -- playing cards. 2-She -- kept -- the fire -- burning. 3-- -- (Please) start -- the clock -- going. 4-I -- saw -- him -- crossing the bridge. 5-We -- smell -- something -- burning. 6-We -- noticed -- the boy -- walking down the street. 7-She -- caught -- him -- opening your letters. The verbs used in this…

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