Navbharat Education Society’s English Medium School Gathering Ceremony Honorary Speech

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Exploring Writing Myths – Session 5

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Exploring Writing Myths – Session 4

Myth 4: You must not write a one-sentence paragraph If you can say what you want to say in a single sentence that lacks a direct connection with any other sentence, just stop there and go on to a new paragraph; there is no rule against it. A paragraph can be a...

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Exploring Writing Myths – Session 3

Myth 3: You must not end a sentence with a preposition A few fossils believe that a sentence is bad if it ends in a preposition. According to them, these are ungrammatical: There are certain values we must all be prepared to stand up for. …the thousand n...

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Exploring Writing Myths – Session 2

Myth 2: You must not put a comma before ‘and’ Many folk insist that putting a comma before ‘and’ is bad. Ignore them. (Just as Nesfield did, in the first line of the earlier example) Though a comma is usually unnecessary in this position, it may help t...

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Exploring Writing Myths – Session 1

                                            Myth 1: You must not start a sentence with ‘but’ By some people, this ban is even extended to ‘so’, ‘because’, ‘and’ and ‘however’. But it is not a rule of grammar or even [...

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From Stones To Milestones

The Jumbo – Anil Kumble Anil Kumble, the current coach of Indian cricket team, reached the immense milestone of taking ten wickets in an innings of a test match (10 for 74) against Pakistan at Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium of Delhi in 1999. In a special interview...

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Enrich Your English

Introduction & Importance of English A language attracts people because of the wealth of literature and knowledge enshrined in it. English poses no danger to Indian languages. The Indian languages are vibrant and are developing by the contributions of grea...

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