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This thread is dedicated to preparation for Grammar section of English. You may share questions related to topics like Sentence Formation, Idioms and Phrases, Adjectives/Adverbs, Prepositions, Tenses, Change of Narration, Determiners, Punctuation, Change of Voice, Conjunctions, Auxiliaries and Modals, Verb, Pronoun Usage, Noun Usage etc.

Arghya Ray
Posted 13 days ago

Directions: Choose the word/phrase which best replaces the italicised part in the sentence given below. If the sentence needs no change, mark (4) as your answer.

The robber entered into the old man's room very quietly.

Atul
Posted 26 days ago

Read the text and answer the multiple-choice question by selecting the correct response. Only one response is correct.

Which of the following most accurately summarises the opinion of the author in the text?

This thread is dedicated to improvement of reading skills for exams like TOEFL.

Sounak Mukherjee
Posted 20 days ago

Below is a text with blanks. Click on each blank, a list of choices will appear. Select the appropriate answer choice for each blank.

In this world of human affairs, there is no worse nuisance than a boy at the stage of adolescence. He is neither ornamental nor useful. It is impossible to shower Blank 1 on him as on a little boy, and he is always getting in the way. If he talks with a childish lisp, he is called a baby, and if he answers in a Blank 2 way, he is called impertinent. In fact, any talk at all from him is resented. Then he is at the unattractive, growing age. He grows out of his clothes with indecent Blank 3, his voice grows hoarse and breaks, and quavers, his face grows suddenly angular and unsightly. It is easy to excuse the shortcomings of early childhood, but it is hard to tolerate even unavoidable lapses in a boy of fourteen. The lad himself becomes painfully Blank 4. When he talks with elderly people, he is either unduly forward, or else so unduly shy that he appears ashamed of his very existence.

Yet it is at this very age when in his heart of hearts, a young lad craves most for recognition and love; and he becomes the devoted slave of anyone who shows him consideration. But none dare openly love him, for that would be regarded as undue indulgence and is, therefore, bad for the boy. So, with Blank 5 and chiding, he becomes very much like a stray dog that has lost his master.

Shazia Sultana
Posted 28 days ago

How can I speak fluent English to anywhere any place & any person... please help me

This thread is dedicated to preparation for Vocabulary section of English. You may share questions related to topics like Jumbled Words, One Word Substitution, Synonyms / Word Meanings, Antonyms, Odd Word Out, Spelling Errors etc.

Rajat Awasthi
Posted 2 months ago

Directions: Substitute the following phrase with one word from the given options.

To become dry as liquid flows off

This thread is dedicated to discuss general English queries

Wade Key
Posted 5 months ago

Directions: Choose the most appropriate word/phrase to fill the blank.

Here are your shoes; I _____ them.

Gayathiri Vijatabaskar
Posted 1 year ago

Which is easier to score 7 band ielts or pte

when you get a home you don\'t want to do your homework because you are lazy to do it or want somebody else work then you write of:)

Dharwinder Singh
Posted 1 year ago

What is meaning of my name