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A Treasure Trove For English Learners
A Treasure Trove For English Learners


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    i. Grammar

English words; word ; sentence; parts of for regular
use; adverb; preposition-common; interjection ; articles; names of various
familiar things of different significance

    ii. Composition

describing things of different shapes; paragraphs
following directions ; giving directions ; paragraphs following
family-tree ; paragraphs following pictures ; writing on miscellaneous
topics ; project report ; writing dialogues ; summary writing


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    i. Noun and Number

    ii. Noun and Gender

    iii. Verb : Its Time and Tense

tenses and their constructions ; strong & weak verbs;
affirmative, interrogative, negative and interrogative-negative forms; use
of could have + P. Pt. of verb, would verb

    iv. Explorations into Verbs

idiomatic uses of Verbs; phrasal verbs

    v. Nouns and Articles

common nouns and articles ; omission of articles before common
nouns ; proper nouns and articles; collective nouns and articles; material
nouns and articles; abstract nouns and articles

    vi. Noun and Case

    vii. Pronoun

personal pronoun; use of the same’, use of ‘so’; reflexive &
emphatic pronouns ; interrogative pronouns ; relative pronouns :
antecedents ; how to use pronoun; distributive pro-noun; reciprocal pronoun

    viii. Adjective

uses ; formation of adjectives; some foreign adjectives ;
notable cases; comparison of adjectives & adjectives of irregular
comparison ; distinction in the meaning of some cumparatives ;
Latir adjectives ; comparative forms used in positive sense.

    ix. Adverb

classification of adverbs ; special cases; prepositional adverb ;
quasi adverb ; some common averbs ; same words used as both adjective and
adverb; adver-bial accusative ; formation of adverb ; position of adverbs;
predicative and attributive use of adverbs; comparison of adverbs.

    x. Preposition

as prepositions and adverbs ; uses of some common
prepositions preposition- special cases; idiomatic uses of preposition;
appro-private preposition

    xi. Conjunction

classification of conjunctions ; correlatives ; notable cases

xii. Interjection


xiii. Kinds of Sentences according to meaning

framing ‘WH’ questions; imperative sentence;
exclamatory sentence ; optative sentence ; emphatic sentence.

xiv. Finite Verbs : Moods

indicative mood, Gerund and Verbal Noun

simple infinitive, perfect infinitive, infinitives after ‘to
be’ and ‘to have’; infinitive verb after  verbal noun; some verbs
take to-infinitive & some take ing-form ; some verbs take either a to
infinitive or ing-form

xvi. Voices

passive voice of intransitive verbs : special cases ; passive
voice of complex sentences ; voice change in sentences with infinite
constructions ; passive voice of verbs with objects followed by
infinitives ; passive form of sentences having verbal noun
with preposition & object.

xvii. Some Rules of Syntax

laws of agreement ; laws of arrangement

xviii. Sequence of Tense

xix. Narration Change

Changing the Mode of Narration

xx. Sentence : Subject and Predicate

xxi. Structure of Sentences

joining and splitting of different clauses ;
conditional clauses with ‘if’

xxii. Phrase

words & phrases

xxiii. Transformation of Sentences

A. Changing Interrogative into Assertive ones and Vice-Versa

B. Changing Affirmative Sentences into Negative Ones and

C. Changing Exclamatory Sentences into Assertive Ones and

D. Interchange of the Degrees of Comparison

E. Transformation of Sentences Having Adverb ‘too’

F. Converting Simple Sentences into Complex Ones

G. Converting Simple Sentences into Compound Ones

H. Converting Complex Sentences into Simple Ones

I. Converting Complex Sentences into Compound Ones

J. Converting Compound Sentences into Complex Ones

K. Converting Compound Sentences into Simple Ones

L. Converting Complex Sentences Having a Relative Clause into a
Simple  M. Converting Simple Sentences Having Subject + Verb + Object +

Combination into Complex Ones

N. Interchange of one Part of Speech for Another

xxiv. Joining of Two or More Sentences into a single one

use of present, past and perfect participles ; use of infinitive
forms; use of nominative absolute; use of adverbial clauses ; use of noun
in apposition ; use of preposition with a noun or gerund ; examples
illustrating the application of all the methods discussed

xxv. Splitting of Sentences

splitting of simple sentences ; splitting of complex sentences ;
splitting of compound sentences

xxvi. Word Formation

affixation, some English words in use ; formed from Latin and
Greek stems ; compound of modern coinage ; diminutives, same words used as
different parts of speech ; xxvii. Single words for longer expressions

xxviii. Idioms

xxix. English equivalents of Bengali Proverbs

xxx. Rules of Spelling

xxxi. Rules of Punctuation

xxxii. Some special types of English Vocabulary

xxxiii. Some Important Tips to Correct Usage

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