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Adjective part 3
Some Typical Adjectives         (1) Later and Latter Later is the comparative degree of late and it denotes time. Latter is an antonym of former and it denotes position Amit came later than Sumit.
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Adverb Part 2
Some Typical Adverbs (1) Too Too = More than enough ‘Too’ has negative sense or undesirability; so ‘too’ should not be used in place of ‘very’ or ‘much’. E. g., I am too happy to hear of your success. (Incorrect)
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Adverb Part 3
Inversion Inversion means putting the verb before the subject. E.g., Hardly does he come to me. Rule 1: Inversion is used in the sentences starting with “Seldom, never, hardly, rarely, scarcely”. E.g., Seldom have I seen such a beautiful sight. (Correct)
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Conjunction Part 2
CONJUNCTIONS Rule 6: The reason is / The reason why Sentences beginning with ‘The reason is / The reason why’ are connected by conjunction ‘that’ and not by conjunction ‘because’, ‘due to’ or‘owing to’ e.g., The reason of his failure is that he did not study seriously. The reason why he failed is that he did not study seriously. Rule 7: As if / As though As if/ As though shows expressions having imagination
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Conjunction Part 3
CONJUNCTIONS CONDITIONAL SENTENCES (= Functional Conjunctions /Types of Conjunctions) (1) Conjunctions of Comparison As……………as, not so/ as…………….as,(with positive degree) than, to (with comparative degree) This book is as good as that.        This book is not so/ as good as that. This book is better than that.      I am senior to him. (2) Conjunctions of Concession: Though, Although, Even if, For all,
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PREPOSITIONS PART 1
PREPOSITIONS Pre + Position, i.e., the word or phrase which is placed before a Noun or Pronoun. Rule: Generally, prepositions are used before their objects. E.g., The book is on the table.            My daughter
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Time & Tense
TIME AND TENSE Time is an integral part of our life while Tense representsGrammatical Form of the Verb. The Uses of Tenses (I) SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE (1) To represent Universal truth, Principle, Permanent activityor Nature.
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Article Part 1
ARTICLES Article is a form of Determiner. (Determines Noun) Kinds of Articles : 1.      Indefinite Article (A and An) 2.
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Articles Part 2
Uses of Definite Article (The) Rule 1: With Definite Person(s) or Thing(s) (For that noun which is used earlier or is specific in nature) e.g.,     This is the chapter I read yesterday.             This is the car by which I go to office. Rule 2:Before those Proper
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Articles Part 3
Omission of Articles Rule 1:Before Plural Noun (Generally article is not used with plural noun). e.g.,     He loves books.                                   Cars were towed. Note: But when plural noun denotes some defined or special objects/ things, article ‘The’ should be used. The cows of Haryana give much milk. The litchis of Muzaffarpur
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Noun Part 1
NOUN (Part 1) “Noun is a naming word.” OR “A noun is a word used as the name of a person, place or thing.” e.g., Katrina, Marker, Jaipur, Sweetness, Copper, Cow etc. Rule 1: Nouns always Plural Following Nouns are always used in Plural Number; so plural verbs are used with them. Removing –s from these words and using them as Singular Noun is wrong. Alms, thanks, species, scissors, trousers, pants, tongs, gallows, goggles, spectacles,
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Pronoun Part 1
Pronoun Rule 1: In a sentence, Nominative Pronoun is used as a Subject of a Verb. I, We, You, He, She, It and They are Nominative Pronouns. E. g., I am working hard. They go to Mumbai.
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Pronoun Part 2
Relative Pronoun Rule 1: Who ‘Who’ is used in Nominative Case for Person(s) only in both the Singular and plural Numbers. ‘Who’ is not used for animals and inanimate objects. But for ‘people’ and ‘those’, who must be used.
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Syntax Part 1
SYNTAX (=CONCORD or AGREEMENT)   “Agreement in Person, Number, Gender or Tense between Two or more parts of a Sentence” is called Syntax.   Subject-Verb Agreement  
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Syntax Part 2
Rule 8: When Plural Noun represents Definite Quantity, Number, Price or Distance, the verb used is Singular in its form. e.g.,     Ten lakh rupees is a large sum. Six quintals is a heavy load for a camel. Rule 9: When the “Title of a Book” or “Name of a Country” or Name of an Organisation”
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Syntax Part 3
SYNTAX (=CONCORD or AGREEMENT)   Rule 16: Numerical Expressions/ Quantitative Expressions and the Verb (a)   A Number of is used for indefinite number ---
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Active and Passive Voice Part 1
VOICE (Active & Passive Voice) Conditions which do not have passive voice (i) Those sentences which have verbs in Intransitive form (ii) Sentences of Future Continuous Tense (iii) Sentences of Perfect Continuous Tenses Important Rules of Conversion of Active Voice to Passive Voice Rule (1):Interchange of Position of Subject and Object Active: Ram loves Shyam.                            Passive: Shyam is loved by Ram .               Note: While interchanging subject
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Active and Passive Voice Part 2
Rule (7):If Imperative Sentence denotes order, command, then in the passive voice the sentence begins with Let and ‘be’ is used before V3. Active: Shut the door                                     Passive: Let the door be shut                     Rule (8):If Imperative sentence denotes Request or Advice; then in the sentence in the Passive Voice ‘should be’ is used before V3 and sentence does not begin with ‘Let’. Active: Help the poor.                    Passive: The poor should be helped. Active: Feed the child, please.   Passive: The child should be
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Pipes and cistern
Pipe and cistern concept Pipes and cisterns are almost the same as  time and work problems. There are two kinds of pipes. 1 Inlet pipe- it fills the tank. If a pipe fills a tank in x hours. Then in 1 hours, it will fill
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Problem on trains
Problem on trains 1 Suppose there are two trains A and B having length a metre and running at a speed of x m/sec and y m/sec respectively. Here two cases arise-
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Mirror Image
Mirror Image *In mirror, left position changes to right and the right position changes to left. Mirror  image of Alphabets
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Water image
Water image In case of water image, the upper position becomes the lower one and the lower position becomes the upper one. In this case, the left and right side remain the same. Water image of Alphabets
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Partnership
Partnership  When two or more than two persons run a business jointly, they are called partners and the deal is known as partnership. 1. when investments of all the partners are for the same time the gain or loss is distributed among the partners in the ratio of their investments suppose A
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Matrix
Matrix The questions coming under this category have two metrics given (Matrix –I and Matrix-II) in the first row (From left to right) and in the first column (from top to bottom) some numbers have ben given while the bother rows and the columns contains various letters.
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Numbers series
SERIES The questions on series are based on numbers and on English alphabets. Numbers series  To solve questions on number series, you must have knowledge of prime numbers, squares and cubes of numbers. Prime numbers
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Venn Diagrams Method
Syllogism (Notes New) Venn Diagrams Method Step I : Draw standard representations for the statements separately. Note :
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Height and Distance
Height and Distance Angles of Elevation  and Depression : Suppose we are viewing an object. The line of sight or the line of vision is a straight line from our eye to the object we are viewing. * if the
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Trigonometry
Trigonometry (Note-1) Pythogoras theorem : In a right- angled triangle, the square of hypotenuse is sum of the squares of the base and the perpendicular.
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