Jan 27

Transformation of sentence

Transformation of sentence (Affirmative to Negative)

 

Rules Affirmative Negative
 

 

01

Only (If it indicates – person/ Allah) None but
Only (If it indicates – thing) Nothing but
Only (If it indicates – other: age; prize) Not more than/ not less than
Alone None but
02 As soon as … … …. No sooner had + Subject + v3 … ….
 

03

… must … Cannot but + v1/ cannot help + v-ing
… must have + v3 … Could not but + v1
04 … too … … to … … so … … that …
 

05

Superlative Positive
Comparative Positive
Positive Comparative
06 Sometimes … not always … (does/ do/ did etc.)
 

07

… both … … and … … not only … … but also …
… and … … but also …
08 Always Never + (wecixZ kã)
09 Every + (noun) … There is no + (noun) + but + … …
10 … to be/ to have/ modal verb … … to be/ to have/ modal verb + not + (wecixZ kã)
11 … less … than … … not as … as …

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Jan 25

Exclusive Voice Change

Voice Change

  1. Never say good bye. Let goodbye be said never.
  2. During these voyages, very often Columbus gazed at the vast sheet of unlimited water. The vast sheet of unlimited water was gazed at by Columbus very often during these voyages.
  3. She called in a doctor. A doctor was called in by her.
  4. So, we should know the use of internet in our daily life. So, the use of internet should be known to us in our daily life.
  5. People can train themselves in different purposes. People can be trained by themselves in different purposes.
  6. We all shall be pleased with that condition of our dearest motherland. That condition of our dearest motherland will please us all.
  7. The scenery of the setting sun surprised me. I was surprised at the scenery of the setting sun.
  8. One day, a boy named Joshep was bitten by a mad dog. One day, a mad dog bit a boy named Joshep.
  9. Education brought about changes in his life. Changes were brought about in his life by education.
  10. The house was blown down. The storm blew the house down.
  11. The shed was burnt to ashes. Fire burnt the shed to ashes.
  12. The man was seen walking. I saw the man walking.
  13. It is said that they know this. Everybody knows that this is known to them.
  14. What cannot be cured must be endured. We must endure what we cannot cure.
  15. The battle was fought at the place. They fought the battle at the place.
  16. I know that the lion is called the king of all beasts.

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Jan 23

Spelling Difference Between American English and British English

Spelling Difference Between American English and British English

 

American English British English
Aluminum

Analyze

Catalog

Center

Check

Color

Defense

Enroll

Fulfill

Honor

Jewelry

Labor

Liter

Meter

Neighbor

Organize

Pajamas

Practice/practise

Program

Realize

Skillful

Theater/ theatre

Tire

Traveler

Whiskey

Aluminium

Analyse

Catalogue

Centre

Cheque

Colour

Defence

Enrol

Fulfil

Honour

Jewellery

Labour

Litre

Metre

Neighbour

Organize/organize

Payjamas

Practise

Programme

Realize/realise

Skilful

Theatre

Tyre

Traveller

Whisky

 

Jan 23

Vocabulary Difference Between American English and British English

Vocabulary Difference Between American English and British English

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Jan 19

An Excellent Slide on Englishes of the Subcontinent

Englishes of the Subcontinent by 

Bijoy Lal Basu, Associate Professor, Department of English, University of Dhaka

 

WE_2_Englishes of the Subcontinent

 

 

Jan 19

Critical Discourse Analysis on Advertisements and social construction

Critical Discourse Analysis on Advertisements and social construction

 

advertisements and our social consturction

Jan 12

Word Power

                        Word Power

a. Synonyms  b. Antonyms c. Paronyms d. Homonyms e. Homophones f. Acronyms

 

a. Synonyms: The words which bear the nearest meaning or similar meaning of any word are known as the synonyms of the word.

Example: Battle – fight, war etc.
Battle (between large organized armies): Three important battles were fought at Panipath.

Fight (between persons or parties but without the aid of armies): The Muslims and the Hindus often fight for some reasons.

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Jan 11

Timeline of British History

 

Timeline of British History

Timeline: 1066 -1485 AD

1066Harold II is crowned king the day after Edward the Confessor dies. Tostig and Harold Hardraada of Norway invade England: Harold defeats them at the Battle of Stamford Bridge, killing both; Battle of Hastings: 19 days after battle of Stamford Bridge, William of Normandy lands at Pevensey, defeats and kills Harold; William I, the Conqueror, first Norman King of England (to 1087)

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Jan 04

Short English Suggestion for SSC 2015

                         S.S.C English Final Suggestion 2015

 

                      Reading comprehension (1—3)

  1. The National Memorial …….. of their spirit.
  2. In recent years ……. go under water.
  3. Facebook is a directory …….. come into a curse.
  4. Change is the life ……… of the world.
  5. Social value stands ………. world for living.
  6. English is used as common language ……….. to visit or to stay in any county of the world.
  7.  In our country women ……….. like them.
  8. The Internet is ………. useful to people.
  9. Internet and social media ……….. modern world.
  10. Education is the process ……….. values in them.
  11. The prosperity and development ……….. as well as country.
  12. Michel Madhusudan Dutt ………..
  13. William Shakespeare.

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Dec 16

Major Similarities and Dissimilarities Between Modernism and Post Modernism

Modernism: Modern means something which is not traditional and to be modern means to be enlightened the attitude. Similarly, Ism means the ways of thinking and ideology.  From this side, modernism is a philosophical movement in the arts, along with cultural trends and changes, arose from wide-scale and far-reaching transformations in western society in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The slogan of modernism is to make something new. It is experimental, radical, revolutionary, stream of consciousness, formal etc. It is the development of modern industrial societies and the rapid growth of cities. It deals with form and the form of the work. Here, context is not important but structure is important.

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