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Lessons on how to improve written English, questions on how to solve issues on grammar for competitive examinations and reading passages for all competitive exams.

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Pawan Kushwah
Posted on Dec 08, 2014 4:28 PM

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Posted on Dec 03, 2014 9:01 PM

i get anger to read a comprehension. how to make a interest on it?

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Posted on Jun 19, 2014 12:30 PM

hi sir i am facing difficulty in para completion and phrasal verbs .how to deal

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Nimai Chandra Sinha
Posted on Jun 18, 2013 11:00 AM

Usually, there are four types of sentence. When something is stated merely to affirm or deny a thing or two, there is a statement. It could be positive/affirmative and negative. Positive when there is affirmation (your destiny is in your hand), negative when there is denial (I did not receive the kind of support I was expecting from you). A sentence can be classified as 'desire' when there is a request, a command, a wish or an entreaty. Please do this for me (Request); Complete the work today (Command); May you achieve success in your life (Wish); Save our soul, we are drowning (Entreaty). When enquiries are made about something, such sentences are called questions or interrogatories. For example, when did the train leave? is an enquiry or an interrogatory. There are occasions when we express our feelings. Such sentences that express our feelings are called exclamatory. Ex: what a joy to have you in our midst! So the four kinds we encountered are a) statement: i) positive(affirmative) ii) negative; b) Desire sentences; c) Interrogatory or question sentences, and d) exclamatory.

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