1.    Are you a spender or a saver?2.    What inspires you as a person?3.    Do you believe in astrology?4.    Do you believe in love at first sight?5.    Do you believe in life after death?6.    Tell us about a signature dish you cook?7.    Are… Continue Reading Intermediate Level topics for Spoken English Practice

1.    What did you do this week?2.    What do you plan for this weekend?3.    Tell me about your family4.    Describe your job5.    Tell us about your hobbies6.    Tell us about your pets7.    What kind of music do you like?8.    What kind of movies do you like?9.  … Continue Reading 20 Beginner Level topics for English Speaking Practice

Steve Jobs Stanford Speech Pdf -Full Transcript Download Thank you I am honored to be with you today for your commencement from one of the finest universities in the world. Truth be told, I never graduated from college. And this is the closest I’ve ever gotten to a college graduation.… Continue Reading Steve Jobs Stanford Speech Pdf -Full Transcript

Active Voice & Passive Voice Active Voice में वे वाक्य होते हैं जिनमें Subject भी दिया होता है व Subject के द्वारा किये गये कार्य का भी वर्णन होता है। वे सभी वाक्य जो हमने “Tense” चैप्टर में पढ़े थे, सभी Active Voice में माने जाते हैं।Passive Voice में वे वाक्य होते हैं जिनमें क्रिया तो होती है पर या तो… Continue Reading What is ‘Active & passive Voice'(Lesson No.21)

Acrophobia = fear of high places Agoraphobia = fear of large, open spaces Anglophobia = fear of Britain Astrophobia = fear of lightning, thunder, and storm Bibliophobia = fear of books Chirophobia = fear of hands Claustrophobia = fear of small, narrow, or, enclosed place Ergophobia = fear (dislike) of work Demophobia = fear of crowds Dendrophobia = fear of trees Francophobia = fear of the French… Continue Reading 30 Kind of Phobias (डर) | Vocabulary

अगर किसी भी Future Indefinite, Future Continuous या Future Perfect Tense के वाक्य में ‘पक्का’ या ‘ज़रुर’ लिखा हो और आपको हिन्दी में अनुवाद करना हो तो ज़्यादा कुछ करने की ज़रुरत नहीं, सिर्फ ‘will’ को ‘must’ में बदल दीजिए और इसी तरह अगर ‘शायद’ लिखा हो, तो ‘will’ को… Continue Reading Very Important TOPIC changing ‘will’ to ‘must’ or ‘may/might’

Will have to Will not have to 1st form Will be able to Will not be able to 1st form Would like to Would not like to 1st form Used to Did not use to 1st form Need / Needs/Needed Don’t need / Doesn’t need / Didn’t need 1st form  Will have to (करना पडेगा)… Continue Reading Modals (Lesson no.20- Part 3) “Will Have to, Will be able to, would like to, Used to, need to’

Should Should not 1st form Should have Should not have 3rd form Must Must not 1st form Must have Must not have 3rd form Has to / Have to Has not to / Have not to 1st form Had to Had not to 1st form Should (चाहिए) / Should have (चाहिए था) Rules: Should = SUBJECT… Continue Reading Modals (Lesson no.20- Part 2) “Should, Must, Has to/Have to

“can, could, might, may, might/may have 1 Can Can not 1st form 2 Could Could not 1st form 3 Could have Could not have 3rd form 4 May / Might May not / Might not 1st form 5 May have / Might have May not have / Might not have 3rd form Can (सकता है)… Continue Reading Modals (Lesson no.20- Part 1 )”can, could, might, may, might/may have

“Causative Verbs का प्रयोग तब किया जाता है जब Subject काम को करता नहीं बल्कि करवाता है। अर्थात किसी तीसरे व्यक्ति के माध्यम से।” यूँ तो ‘Get’ का मतलब होता है पाना और ‘Make’ का मतलब होता है बनाना पर ‘Get’ और ‘Make’ Causative Verbs  भी कहलाती हैं। “Causative Verbs are used when the subject doesn’t perform… Continue Reading Causative Verbs ‘Get & Make'(Lesson No.19) very important Topic