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LETTER WRITING - Types of Letter Writing

 What is a Letter ?  A written or printed communication addressed to a person or an organization and usually transmitted by mail or post in an envelope . Now E-mail and text and such other forms have become the norm for communication. Types of Letter Writing -   There are broadly two types of letters : Formal letters , Informal Letters.  But there are few types of letters based on their  purpose, content , formalities, etc .  Need Of Writing a Letter :  We write formal letters to ask / give information. to apply for a job. to make inquiries. to register complaints about inadequate goods or services. to place / cancel orders. to apologize for behavior. Reply to inquiry / ask for information. to redress grievances.  to persuade others. to make an appeal for help. to send a recommendation ,etc . to show love for close ones. to friends, relatives. 1- Formal Letters  These letters follow a certain pattern and formality. They are strictly kept formal in nature and directly address the issue

ENGLISH GRAMMAR - " BEST BOOKS " LATEST

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5 BEST  ENGLISH GRAMMAR BOOKS IN INDIA FOR EVERYONE (2020) Best English Grammar Books in India which are suitable for Beginners, Job Seekers, Entrance Exams, Government Exams, English Language Proficiency Test such as IELTS, TOEFL, Professional Purpose, etc. By Rimjim Verma There are so many books about English Grammar but Hoe do you know the one which will help you improve your English Grammar ? It doesn't matter if you are a beginner , a student , an employee, everyone wants to learn English.  English language is widely accepted and used as primary language for most of the people all around the world. In most of the professions English is a mandatory language . For many job seeking opportunities ,for higher studies English is a must required language. There are a lot of books in the market but which one is right ? Many books has wrong information in it. Many people read those books and fail in learning English or grab the wrong information.  To get you strong roots , here is a l

CONJUNCTION

CONJUNCTION A conjunction is a word used to join sentences or words. Examples: God made the country and man made the town. Our hoard is little, but our hearts are great. Two and two make four. Definition = A Conjunction is a word which merely joins together sentences, and sometimes words. Some Conjunctions are used in pairs . 1- Either - or  :   Either take it or leave it. 2-Neither - nor  : It is neither useful nor ornamental. 3-Both-and  : We both love and honour him. 4- Though - yet    : Though he is suffering much pain, yet he didn't complain. 5- Whether- or    : I don't care whether you go or stay. 6-Not only- but also  : Not only he is foolish but also obstinate. Note : Conjunctions are thus used in pairs called Correlative Conjunction or Correlatives. * We use many compound expressions as conjunctions ; these are called Compound Conjunctions.

PREPOSITION : It's Kinds

PREPOSITION Preposition is a word placed before a Noun or a Pronoun to show in what relation the person or thing denoted by it stands in regard to something else. * Words 'in', 'off'', 'of'', 'that', 'at', 'on', etc are used as Prepositions. * A Preposition may have two or more objects ; as,  The road runs over hill and plain . * A Preposition is usually placed before its object.      The Noun or Pronoun which is used with a preposition is called its 'Object' .  Example : Here is the watch that you asked for. That is the boy I was speaking of. What are you looking at ? What of these chairs did you sit on? * The Prepositions like 'for', 'from', 'in', 'on' are often omitted before nouns of place or time.

ADVERB : It's Kinds

ADVERB Adverb is a word that modifies the meaning of a verb, an adjective, or another Adverb. Example :  Rama runs quickly. In this sentence quickly shows how Rama runs ; that is , quickly modifies the verb run. Govind reads quite clearly . She was dressed all in pink. She was sitting close beside him.

THE VERB : Transitive and Intransitive

 THE VERB  A Verb are the action words in a sentence that describes what subject is doing .  A Verb may tell us :  What a person or thing does ; as,              Hari laughs.              The clock strikes. What is done to a person or thing ; as,              Hari is shocked.              The window is broken. What a person or thing is ; as,              The cat is dead.              Glass is brittle.       Examples :  The girls were singing . I have learnt my lessons. He is running. KINDS : TRANSITIVE & INTRANSITIVE VERBS * Transitive Verbs :  A Transitive Verb is one that makes a complete sense if it exerts its action on an object. Example :  The girls carry water to their village. She loves rainbow. * Intransitive Verbs :  An Intransitive Verb is one that doesn't make a complete sense. Example :  They jumped. The dog ran.

Comparison Of Adjectives

 Comparison Of Adjectives  There are three Degrees of Comparison -  Positive Degree Comparative Degree Superlative Degree   * Positive Degree   The Positive Degree of an Adjective is the Adjective in its simple form . It is used when no comparison is made. Ex : sweet, small, tall, white , etc. The mangoes taste sweet. * Comparative Degree  The Comparative Degree of an Adjective denotes a higher degree of the quality than the positive , and is used when two things are compared .  Ex : sweeter, smaller, taller, whiter, etc . Rama is smaller than me. * Superlative Degree The Superlative Degree of an Adjective denotes the highest degree of the quality and is used when more than two things are compared. Ex : sweetest, smallest, tallest, whitest, etc. This boy is the strongest in the class.