Saturday, November 29, 2014

English grammar tenses table


English grammar tenses table

TABLE OF TENSES Structure Pattern Simple sentence Negation sentence Interrogative sentence
Simple present tense Subject+First form of verb+object I write a letter in Urdu. I do not write a letter in Urdu. Do i write a letter in Urdu?
Present continuous tense Subject+is/am/are +First form of verb with ing +object I am writing a letter in Urdu. I am not writing a letter in Urdu. Am i writing a letter in Urdu?
Past simple tense Subject+2nd form of verb+object I ate Mango. I did not eat Mango. Did I eat Mango?
Past continuous tense Subject+was/were +First form of verb with ing + object I was writing a letter in Urdu. I was not writing a letter in Urdu. Was i writing a letter in Urdu?
Present perfect simple Subject+have/has+3rd form of verb+object I have written a letter in Urdu. I have not written a letter in Urdu. Have I written a letter in Urdu?
Present perfect continuous I have been eating food. I have not been eating food. Have I been eating food?
Past perfect I had eaten food. I had not eaten food. Had I eaten food?
Past perfect continous I had been eating food. I had not been eating food. Had I been eating food?
Simple future tense I will eat food. I will not eat food. Will I eat food?
Future continuous tense I will be eating food. I will not be eating food. Will I be eating food?
Future perfect tense I will have eaten food. I will not have eaten food. Will I have eaten food?
Future perfect continuous tense I will have been eating food. I will not have been eating food. Will I have been eating food?

English grammar tenses table

is useful to improve your grammar skills.

Friday, November 28, 2014

Verb with two objects with exercises


We were given a week.

Some verbs(for example,give,lend,promise,send and show)can have two objects
:a person and thing.
♦ They gave Waheed a prize.Or
♦ They gave a prize to Waheed.
♦We sent Waheed a birthday card.Or
♦We sent a birthday card to Waheed.
Theseverbs have two possible passive structures.
♦Waheed was given a prize.OR
Õ:A prize was given to Waheed.
Õ:Waheed was sent a birthday card.OR
Õ:A birthday card was sent to Waheed.


A Verb with two objects
Subject Verb Object 1 Object 2
Active Waheed wrote a letter to me.
Passive: A letter was written to me by Waheed.
Passive: I was written a letter by Waheed.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Saturday, October 11, 2014

list of transitive verbs English and Urdu


list of transitive verbs English and Urdu

Present Urdu Meaning Past Past Participle
Abuse گالی دینا Abused Abused
Add جمع کرنا Added Added
Advertise مشتہرکرنا Advertised Advertised
Allow اجازت دینا Allowed Allowed
Announce اعلان کرنا Announced Announced
Arrest گرفتار کرنا Arrested Arrested
Attend متوجہ ہونا Attended Attended
Auction نیلام کرنا Auctioned Auctioned
Bark بھونکنا Barked Barked
Bear برداشت کرنا Bore Borne
Beat مارنا Beat Beaten
Begin شروع کرنا Began Begun
Bite کاٹنا Bit Bitten
Blame الزام دینا Blamed Blamed
Soon i will post new

list of transitive verbs English and Urdu

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Friday, October 10, 2014

Tips for Increasing your vocabulary


Tips for Increasing your vocabulary

The need for a good vocabulary is not limited to the classrom.Most students reaction to this is"I can communicate well enough with the words i know."However,consider how many times that you have said :"I know what i mean,but i just can't express it."This is a clear indication of a weak vocabulary.

Strong vocabulary

skills are an asset in every academic area as well as in the work force.Without an adequate vocabulary,reading,learning and even thinking become difficult tasks .A direct effort must be made in order for your vocabulary to grow-it won't grow on its own.Be genuinely interested in words.The words you use are usually an indication of your personality.Here are some tips to help you improve and

increasing your vocabulary.

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Tips for Increasing your vocabulary
Tips for Increasing your vocabulary
1-Definition: A sufficient explanation of the word is given within the sentence. His succinct style made for difficult reading: that is, he compressed so much information into a few words that it was difficult to get the full meaning. Succinct means:
2-Analysis:The parts used to construct the word (roots, suffixes, prefixes) can be a direct clue to its meaning. The material the teacher wanted to cover was circumscribed by the government's course regulations. Hint: circum- means around -scribe means write
3-Experience:Either from an experience of your own or one that you can imagine, the meaning of the word becomes clear. We walked warily across the ice-covered sidewalk. Warily means:
4-Contrast:Look for words, phrases or ideas used in contrast. The troops fought to the end rather than capitulate. Capitulate means:
5-Inference: Sufficient clues are given so that you can make an educated guess. The medicine seemed to ameliorate her condition and soon she was feeling better. Ameliorate means:
6-Borrow from Another LanguageIf you know another language, watch for clues that appear when words are derived from another language. The instructor augmented his regular salary by tutoring privately. (Do you know the meaning of the French word"augmenter" or the Italian word "augmentare"?) Augmented means:
7-Look for Repetition: Sometimes you may see almost exact restatements of familiar words that seem to be unfamiliar. I shall take a postgraduate course the fall after I graduate. Postgraduate means:
8-Look for Overlapping Words: Sometimes adjectives that have similar meaning are used in pairs.She was very gregarious and friendly at the same time. Gregarious means:
9-USE your dictionary: Don't be intimidated by the dictionary. Carrying a pocket dictionary around with you can be very useful. When you are studying , reading, or writing an essay, keep a good desk dictionary by your side. Use it to improve your understanding of the subject matter while you learn new and useful words.

Sunday, October 5, 2014

Increasing your vocabulary


Increasing your vocabulary learn three words daily

three more word Increasing your vocabulary

Word Meaning
After most Nearest the stern of a ship
After shave A lotion that apply upon skin after shaving
After shock Smaller earthquake following the main shock of large earthquake
☼tip :daily three word is useful to Increasing your vocabulary

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Strong vocabulary improve English


Strong vocabulary improve English
Today we will learn three more words for

strong vocabulary

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Word Meaning
Accelerate Move faster
Accend To kiddle
Accipiter Hawk,falcon,accipitral

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

English dictionary for English grammar improvement and strong vocabulary three new words


English dictionary for English grammar improvment and strong vocabulary

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word Meaning
abaddon Satan:Kingof hell,angel of the bottomless pit
abandon to leave completely and forever;desert
abandoned profligate

Monday, September 29, 2014

English to English dictionary for English grammar improvment and strong vocabulary


For a

strong vocabulary

a few things necessary below we write some rules. 1- Reading English literature books voraciously. 2- online blog reading 3- Hunger about new words 4- watch English movies,dramas or English News Bulletin. 5- Read the dictionary 6- Always useing new words in your essay , Application and Letters 7- Daily learn about new word 8- More write you gain more knowledge
Word Meaning
A adj strong form;a/aa/weak form(usu.weak form is used in normal speech
a back adv q with the wind blowing against the forward part of a sail or sails,,so that a vessel cannot move ahead
abacus (n.) A table or tray strewn with sand, anciently used for drawing, calculating, etc. (n.) A calculating table or frame; an instrument for performing arithmetical calculations by balls sliding on wires, or counters in grooves, the lowest line representing units, the second line, tens, etc. It is still employed in China. (n.) The uppermost member or division of the capital of a column, immediately under the architrave. See Column. (n.) A tablet, panel, or compartment in ornamented or mosaic work. (n.) A board, tray, or table, divided into perforated compartments, for holding cups, bottles, or the like; a kind of cupboard, buffet, or sideboard.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Active Voice, Passive Voice

Active Voice, Passive Voice

The voice of a verb has to do with whether or not the subject of a sentence acts upon something else or whether the subject is acted upon.
  1. Active voice
  2. Passive voice
A verb is in the active voice when its subject acts_when the subject does something(to its object).
active subject verb object
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I write a application.
A verb is in the passive voice when its subject is acted on.
passive subject verb object
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A application is written by me.
The object of the active verb becomes the subject of the passive verb:
subject verb object
active Able leaders guide the country well.
passive The country is guided well by able leaders.
Now we'll look at the passive voice in more detail »