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English Modal Auxiliary Verbs: May, Might, Can, Could, Will, Would, Shall, Should, Must, Need By Manik Joshi
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English modal auxiliary verbs - may, might, can, could, will, would, shall, should, must, need, used(to), ought(to), dare | different patterns and examples | may and might are used to express-... More > possibility, compulsion, obligation, probability (in present and future) | can, could are used to express- ability, probability, possibility, suggestion, request, condition | will, would are used to express- action in future, present habit, compulsion, obligation | shall, should are used to express- action in future, suggestion, surprise, importance or purpose | need is used to express necessity | used(to) is used to express- past habit | ought(to) is used to express- probability, recommendation, obligation, advise | dare is used to express– be brave enough to< Less
English Conditional Sentences: Past, Present, Future; Real, Unreal Conditionals By Manik Joshi
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Conditional sentences– conditional in English grammar | English conditional sentence- formation, structure, pattern | real and unreal conditional sentences | if clause | present conditionals-... More > (i) present real conditional sentences (ii) present unreal conditional sentences | past conditionals- (i) past real conditional sentences (ii) past unreal conditional sentences | future conditionals- (i) future real conditional sentences, (ii) future unreal conditional sentences | continuous forms of conditional sentences, mixed conditional sentences | use of were to, 'special force' - conditional sentences, conditional- wish, miscellaneous usage- as though, as if, even if, only if, unless, happen, provided that, otherwise, or else | more than 500 conditional sentences | get fluent with conditional sentences | complete guide for English conditional sentences< Less
Dictionary of Literary Words: Vocabulary Building By Manik Joshi
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‘Literary words’ are associated with literature. | ‘Literary words’ are typical of a work of literature and imaginative writing. | ‘Literary words’ are used with a... More > particular meaning, in narrative, drama, poetry and other writing in a literary manner | This book has been divided into three sections: Section 01: Common Literary Words; Section 02: Figurative Use of the Words; Section 03: Glossary of Literary Terms | Sample This: Literary Words -- A- abode [noun] -- the place where you live; home | access [noun] -- an outburst of an emotion | adamantine [adjective] -- extremely strong; impossible to break or smash | adieu [interjection] -- goodbye/farewell | afar [adverb] -- at a distance | affections [noun] -- feelings of love, care, etc. | afterglow [noun] -- the light in the sky after sunset; ageless [adjective] -- never coming to an end or growing old; everlasting | agleam [adjective] -- shining strongly; full of light< Less
Creating Long Sentences In English: Boost Your Communication Skills By Manik Joshi
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Creating long sentences in English is an art. You need practicing for writing and speaking long sentences | Here you will learn some most popular patterns to form long sentences in English. | 01 --... More > Using ‘-ING Form of Verbs’ (I) | 02 -- Using ‘-ING Form of Verbs’ (II) | 03 -- Using ‘-ING Form of Verbs’ (III) | 04 -- Using ‘With + -ING Form of Verbs’ | 05 -- Using ‘Series’ | 06 -- Using ‘From – To’ | 07 -- Using ‘Connecting Words or Phrases’ | 08 – Using ‘Parenthesis’ | 09 – Miscellaneous Patterns< Less
Homonyms, Homophones and Homographs: Vocabulary Building By Manik Joshi
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Homonyms -- Same Spelling / Same pronunciation / Different meaning; Examples: fare, principal, etc; Fare -- a passenger, Fare – price; Principal -- most important | Principal -- head of a... More > school | Homophones -- Different Spelling / Same or similar pronunciation / Different meaning; Examples: ad/add, ad – advertisement; add -- to include | Homographs -- Same Spelling / Different Pronunciation / Different meaning; Examples: bow-- bow -- (Pronunciation - boʊ) -- a weapon used for shooting arrows; bow -- (Pronunciation baʊ) -- to move your head forwards and downwards | Around 1000 Examples of Homonyms, Homophones and Homographs< Less
English Grammar- Have, Has, Had: Patterns and Examples By Manik Joshi
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English grammar- have, has, had | active and passive voice | have to, had to, have had to, having to | have been, has been, had been | use of has, have, and had | have, has, had English grammar |... More > different usage of have, has, had | Part (a). Ordinary verb -- ‘have’ | Part b-- auxiliary verb -- ‘have’ - 1. have/has/had + third form of verb | 2. have/has/had + been + third form of verb | 3. have/has/had + been + -ing form of verb | 4. have/has/had + been | 5. have/has/had + had | 6. have/has/had - other sentences | Part (c). Modal verb-- ‘have’ -- 1a. [have/has + to + first form of verb] | 1b. [have/has + to + be + third form of verb] | 2a. [had + to + first form of verb] | 2b. [had + to + be + third form of verb] | 3a. [have/has + had + to + first form of verb] | 3b. [have/has + had + to + be + third form of verb] | 4a. [had + had + to + first form of verb] | 4b. [had + had + to + be + third form of verb] | 5a. [having + to + first form of verb] | 5b. [to + have + to + first form of verb]< Less
Get- Popular English Verb: Sentences Using Verb ‘Get’ By Manik Joshi
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‘Get’ is an irregular verb. Its three forms are as follows: base form – get, past form -- got, past participle -- got/gotten | List of Chapters-- 1. English verb --... More > ‘get’ | 2. meanings of main verb ‘get’ | 3. get + third form of verb | 3a. get + third form of verb | 3b. have/has + got + third form of verb | 3c. got + third form of verb | 3d. had + got + third form of verb | 3e. will + get + third form of verb | 3f. will + have + got + third form of verb | 3g. modal verbs + get + third form of verb | 3h. getting + third form of verb | 3i. verb + to + get + third form of verb | 4. get to + first form of verb | 4a. get to + first form of verb | 4b. got to + first form of verb | 4c. will + get to + first form of verb | 5. have + got to + first form of verb | 6. ‘get’ + adjective | 7. ‘get’ + used to | 8. use of ‘get’ in causative sentences | 9. English idioms with ‘get’ | 10. phrasal verbs with ‘get’ | 11. other sentences with ‘get’ | 12. conjugation of verb ‘get’ | exercises< Less
Common English Sentences: English In Daily Life By Manik Joshi
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How to learn English words | sentences starting with a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y,z letters | daily conversation sentences containing key words |... More > simple English sentences | improve English communication | most important words and sentences | Here is the sample:-- About-- This is what life is about. Bear-- Finally, the efforts bore fruit. Catch-- He was caught on camera. Each -- We each wish to rise. Evacuate-- They were evacuated to safety. Flee-- They fled the scene. Grow-- He grew his hair long. Hear-- We heard a loud thud. Jam-- I found the door jammed. Loss-- He didn’t lose a moment. Meet-- They met at agreed time. Need-- Home needs to be guarded. Offer-- He offered no opposition to a plan. Past-- He worked past midnight. Refuse-- He refused to vacate the room. Script-- He scripted history. Tell-- She tells her name Alice. Understand-- They understand me better. Value-- He has high moral values. Want-- We want to stay together.< Less
Dictionary of Category Words: Vocabulary Building By Manik Joshi
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Category Words: 01. Sounds | 02. Ways of Thinking | 03. Ways of Walking | 04. Ways of Movement | 05. Ways of Changing | 06. Ways of Laughing and Smiling | 07. Ways of Seeing | 08. Ways of Saying... More > Something | 09. Ways of Writing and Marking | 10. Ways of Continuing | 11. Feelings | 12. Cooking | 13. Disturbance | 14. Situation of Confusion | 15(A). Smells | 15(B). Tastes | 16. Cries of Creatures | 17. Colors | 18. Remarks | 19. Body Marks | 20. Body and Body Shape | 21. ‘Old’ | 22. Time and Numbers | 23. Zodiac Sign and Birthstones | 24. Fabrics | 25. Shapes | 26. Religion | 27(A). Nature | 27(B). Biomes | 28. People and Family | 29. Currencies | 30. Measurement Units | 31. Government | 32. Miscellaneous< Less
Dictionary of Root Words: Greek and Latin Roots By Manik Joshi
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A root, or root word is a word which is used to form another word. It is also called a base word. A root does not have a prefix or a suffix. Root is the primary lexical unit of a word, and of a word... More > family. For example, pure is a root. By adding prefixes and suffixes, the following words could be made: impure, purity, pureness. Similarly, play and move are root words. By adding prefixes and suffixes, the following words could be made: plays, played, playing, player; moving, movement, moved, movable, mover, movingly. In this book, I have given most common Greek and Latin roots which are used in English language | Root Words – A AB/ABS- Origin: Latin, Meaning: away, from, off, Examples: abate – to subside; abhor – to hate | related word: abhorrence; abject – hopeless; abjure – to renounce; abnormal – unusual | related words: abnormally, abnormality; abrasion – cut or scratch; abroad – out of the country; abscess – swelling; abscond – to run away | related word: absconder< Less