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Conjunction

Conjunction (कंजंक्शन) Conjunction वह शब्द है जो दो शब्दों या वाक्यों को जोड़ता है. Conjunction is the word that joins two words or sentences. 1. Two and two make four 2. I like to study but he likes to play. Conjunctions की ही तरह relative pronouns, relative adverbs और prepositions भी शब्दों या वाक्यों को [...]

By | January 31st, 2017|EnglishShine|0 Comments

Antonyms

Word अर्थ Antonym Word अर्थ Above उपर Below नीचे Absent अनुपस्थित Present उपस्थित Achieve प्राप्त करना, जीतना Fail अभाव होना, नाकाम होना, हारना Add जोड़ना Subtract घटाना Afraid भयभीत Confident निश्चयी, विश्वस्त After बाद में Before पहले Amateur शौकिया, अव्यवसायी Professional पेशेवर, व्यवसायी Ancient प्राचीन, पुराना Modern आधुनिक नया Argue तर्क करना, बहस करना Agree [...]

By | January 31st, 2017|EnglishShine|0 Comments

No-one, Noone, or No One—Which Is Right?

No-one, Noone, or No One—Which Is Right? No one is right. No-one is an uncommon variant form. It’s best to stick to the two-word version. Noone is wrong. Too many choices can sometimes confuse you, but with no one, it’s easy to learn which should be your go-to spelling. No-one, Noone, or No One—Which Should [...]

By | January 29th, 2017|EnglishShine|0 Comments

adverb

An adverb is a word that describes a verb (he sings loudly), an adjective (very tall), another adverb (ended too quickly), or even a whole sentence (Fortunately, I had brought an umbrella). Adverbs often end in -ly, but some (such as fast) look exactly the same as their adjective counterparts. Adverbs and Verbs One of [...]

By | January 29th, 2017|EnglishShine|0 Comments

An Adjective with the Verb “To Be”

An Adjective with the Verb “To Be” If the verb to be is modifying the noun which is before it, you will always need an adjective after to be. For instance: The homeless man was hungry. The young kids will be tired after their field trip. It’s alright to have multiple adjectives both before and [...]

By | January 27th, 2017|EnglishShine|0 Comments

Uses of Verbs

Uses of Verbs Verbs tell you what’s actually happening in the sentence, what the subject is doing or having done to it. Of course, when you think about all the things that can happen, and all the things that subjects are capable of doing, you can see the astonishing potential range of “actions”. There are [...]

By | January 25th, 2017|EnglishShine|0 Comments

Conversation Family trip (परिवार के साथ सफ़र कि बातचीत)

Conversation Family trip (परिवार के साथ सफ़र कि बातचीत) Angela: डेविड, आजकल आप क्या कर रहे है? David, what have you been up tolately? David: मैं अपने परिवार के साथ पिछले हफ्ते एक यात्रा पर गया था I went on a trip with my familylast week. Angela: सचमुच? आप कहाँ गए थे? Really? Where did [...]

By | December 16th, 2016|EnglishShine|0 Comments

Conversation Phone in the office (दफ़्तर में फ़ोन कि बातचीत)

Conversation Phone in the office (दफ़्तर में फ़ोन कि बातचीत) Matadin: नमस्ते? Hello? Babita: नमस्ते, क्या वहाँ जेम्स है? Hi, is Matadin there please? Matadin: हाँ. कौन बोल रहे है? Yes. Who's calling? Babita: लिन्डा Babita. Matadin: ज़रा एक मिनट One moment please. Babita: ठीक है OK. Matadin: नमस्ते? Hello? Babita: नमस्ते जेम्स, मैं लिन्डा [...]

By | December 16th, 2016|EnglishShine|0 Comments