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+^wt e{&|&T >eTsY s >TsT #Te<T. ss\
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+{y] |\\ +^wt e{&&+ bs+_+#+&.
10. | sp any english paper #<e+&. | sp < MT
*jT 10 +^wt |<\qT ydT= &q <s y{ ns\T
\TdT+&. y=T\ |sT>TT+~.
11. +^wt yd|&T +#& q deTjT+ +T+~.
+^wt e{& |&T +# ee~ +&<T . y+y+H e{&*.
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s e{&+& +&q+es MT m+ >eTsY eH, +^wt
&q n+ +sdyTH y+ L& +^wt e{&sT.
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MTsT e+ ] +^wt e{& s T . e\+ e{& nud+
#jTbe&+ e\H. { HsT $b*+<.
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eTq *dq+ +^wt e{&TT+f n+<s yT#T+{sT.
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INDEX

PART-1
Sentences for practice
Sl.No

Content

Page No.

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Content

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Day-1

21.

Day-21

102

2.

Day-2

22.

Day-22

104

3.

Day-3

16

23.

Day-23

106

4.

Day-4

19

24.

Day-24

5.

Day-5

29

25.

Day-25

110

6.

Day-6

32

26.

Day-26

112

7.

Day-7

35

27.

Day-27

116

8.

Day-8

38

9.

Day-9

43

10.

Day-10

11.

Day-11

12.

Day-12

13.

Day-13

108

28.

Day-28

120

29.

Day-29

124

47

30.

Day-30

128

52

31.

Day-31

132

54

32.

Day-32

136

56

33.

Day-33

138

Day-14

64

34.

Day-34

140

Day-15

67

35.

Day-35

144

16.

Day-16

72

36.

Day-36

146

17.

Day-17

82

37.

Day-37

149

18.

Day-18

93

38.

Day-38

154

19.

Day-19

97

39.

Day-39

157

20.

Day-20

101

40.

Day-40

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PART-2
Vocabulary for daily reading
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Table-1

169

51.

Adjectives

194

42.

Table-2

171

52.

Verbal Prepositions

199

43.

Table-3

173

53.

Noun Prepositions

203

44.

Table of Personal
Pronouns

175

54.

Singular & Plural forms 212

45.

Have table

176

55.

Contractions

214

46.

Indefinite Tense

177

56.

Adverbs

217

47.

Continuous Tense

178

48.

Perfect Tense

179

49.

Degrees of
Comparison

180

50.

A few important
verbs

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Singular & Plural


Numbers

223

58.

Active & Passive Voice 230


(Shortcuts)

59.

Be Table

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DAY-1

+> ese\
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ENGLISH ALPHABET -

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m|t

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CAPITAL LETTERS -

Vowels (n#T\T) 5 - a, e, i, o, u
Consonants (V\T\T) - 21
B, C, D, F, G, H, J, K, L, M, N, P, Q, R, S, T, V, W, X, Y, Z.

Pronunciation of letters - nseTT\

#sD

H
J
K
L
M
N
P

u/_ bi = _
ce = d ci = d
de = &,</&di = &, ~
fe = | fi = |
ge = >, C gi = ,
he = V/Vhi = V
je = C
ji =
ke =
ki =
le =
li = *
me = yT mi = $T
ne = H/ ni =
pe = |/| pi = |

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ca = ,
da = &, &, <, <
fa = |, b
ga = >, >
ha = V, V
ja = , C
ka = ,
la = \,
ma = eT, e
na = q, H
pa = |, b
ba =

s+&T ns\T *dq|&T @ $<+> #sD +T+~.

s, s
sa = d, k
ta = , , , {
va = e, y
wa = e, y
ya = jT, j
za = , C

s/] ri = ]
se = d/d si = d
te = f/{ ti = {
ve = y
vi = $
we = y/$ wi = $
ye = jT yi = sTT/sT
ze = C, J zi =

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Z

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bo = u

co ==

do =&=,

boo = T,

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coo = L

bu = T,
cu=,

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doo = &,

&

du = &T,

foo = |P,

|P

fu = |

goo = >,

>T

gu = >T,

<T
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hoo = VQ,VA hu= VQ,VA,V

jo =C,

ko = =,

lo =,

mo = yTT,

no = H=,

noo = q,

po = b,

poo = |P/|n pu = |/|

ro =s=,

so =k

to ={

joo = p

ju = E,

p,

koo = L

ku = ,

loo = \

lu = \T,

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moo = eT

mu=eTT,eT,eT

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Y

yo = j,

zo =C,

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ru = sT,

s, s

soo = dT,

su = dT,

d, d

too = ,

tu = T,

voo = eP,

vu = e,

},

woo = }

wu =

yoo = jT

yu = jTT

zoo =

zu = E

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bhe = u

cha = #, che

jhe

she

= sa

sha = w

= <, < the

ppe = |

gge = >Z

ppa = |

gga = >Z

dda = &, < dde =

bba =

tha

bbe =

khe

kha = K

jha

ghe =

pha = |, b phe = |

gha = |T

bho = u

dhi = ~, & dho = <=, &=

bhi = _
dhoo = <

bhoo = u

ggi = Z

ppi = |

ggo = >=Z

ppo = b

ggoo = >Z

ppoo = |P

ggu = >TZ

ppu = |

= <T, &T

= T

= <T,<T,<

= w, w

= sa

= #T, #

= KT

= |TT

= |

dhu = <T, &T

bhu = uT

.Mphi = | pho = b phoo = |P phu


oh= |T gho = |T ghoo = |T ghu
|T
ghi
U
khi =a
nP kho = U khoo = K khu
#,
chi = , ucho = #=, = choo = #
chu
b
sa
jhi = ]a
jhol = sa, C jhoo = sa
jhu
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shi = w
sho =ac
tio shoo = wO shu
<, <, ~ thi = ~, ~ tho = <=, <n thoo = <
thu
sbboo
u
bbi = _
bbo = u
.c = bbu
om= <, & ddu
&, < ddi = &, ~ ddo = &=, <= ddoo

dha = &, < dhe = <

bha = u

eT nseTT\T @s&T $<qeTT

= u

= f

= b

sse

tte

tsa

bro

= d

= f, { tre

tta

gna = >

= T

ssa

blu

tri

tya

pya

= s

rre

= s

rra

= f

= d

nne = H

nna = q

lle

= \

lla

rya = s

= *

jya

llo

kko

jjo

= C

= p

jra

lloo

= \

kkoo = L

jjoo

.Mmmi = $T mmo = y mmoo = eT


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nni h=
nno = H
nnoo = q
an rro = s rroo = s
rri = ]
P
ssi = d usso = k
ssoo = d
b
tti = {
tto li = {
ca ttoo =
tio
eT nseTT\T
nsmna = eT
pra = |
kri
=
.c = ^
gra = >
vya = y
gree
om
prer = |
tra =
dra
= <, &

lli

kki =

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= w

mme = yT

kke

kka

jji

= C

mma = eT

jje

jja

= \T

= E

= >=

= T

= dT

= sT

nya

= q

free = |

glo

ttu

ssu

rru

nnu = qT

mmu = eTT

llu

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DAY-2
Gneral Converstation - Vq

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| yeTTqT s +&TksT |\+&.


1. Will you come in?

|* eks?

2. Please come in.

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4. Would you like to come in now?

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3. Please stay with us.

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5. Please spend some time with us.

<jT #d =+#eTT d| e >&| + &.

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6. Pass the salt, will you? / Can you?

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7. Let us go!

b<+ |<+ &.


8. Kindly pay a call on us.

<jT #d k] s+&.
9. Please make a call.

<jT #d bH #jT +&.


10. Treat this house as your own, feel free.

+{ MT k+ \Te nqT+&, yTTVe |&e <T.


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11. Youre welcome.

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12. Drop by any time.

MT w+ , m|&H s+&.
13. Will you have some coffee?

MTsT | rdT+{s?

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14. Please pass it on.

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15. Please feel free to come whenever you like.

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1. Its my duty to attend the party.

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2. I am obliged for your invitation.

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3. Ill be glad to visit you.

d+w+. ekqT.

4. With pleasure.

n++ fH?
5. Its kind of you.

MT eTqdT eT+~.
6. I shall make it, if my mothers health permits.

e neT>] s>+ u>T+f | +& ekqT.


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yfi sT \ Vq\qT n+^]+#b +~ $<+ >


dT+> sd ]+#e#T. 'No' Answers
1.

I am sorry, I was out of town and couldnt make it.

HqT }] b e&+# sb jqT.


2.

I wont be able to attend the function.

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Please dont mind.

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I regret my inability to accept your invitation.

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No, thank you / No, thanks.

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5.

Thank you but I fear I may not come.

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7.

Excuse me! I have another engagement.

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Sorry for refusing your gift.


Sorry for not receiving your gift.

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MT qTqT rdTq+<T @MT nqTe<T.


GREETINGS `

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d#q : sE yTT<{k ] \TdT=q|&T |>\ T 12 >+\| "Good


morning", 12 >+\ qT+& kjT++ 6 >+\| "good afternoon",
kjT++ 6 >+\ sT y "good evening" n |\]+#*. d\e
rdT= y[flbjT|&T |>\ sTT "good day or good-bye" n,
ssTT "good night" n #b*.
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! qeTkseTT.
2. Good morning! dear son.
e]\T es!
3. How are you?
m eHe?
4. I am fine./I'm fine.
u>THq+&.
5. Good night! mother.
Xus , ne!
6. Good night! Madam.
ne, MTsT u> <b+&.
7. Good night! all of you!
MT n+<] Xus .
8. eeT\T> d\e rdT=H|&T Good-bye nH*.
9. dVT\ 'Bye-bye', 'see you', 'see you later',
'see you again' n #b*.
10. | n~sT\T, |<y
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$<+ > nH*.

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1. Good morning! mother.

Shall I take leave of you?/Shall I take leave?/Shall I make a


move? Sir.

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REQUESTS `

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nqT |<\qT y&sT.
1. May I come here?

HqT & se#TH?


2. Could you show me the way to the railway station.

s dw H yfifl <] #| >\s?


3. Would you mind if I sit?

HqT LsT+f @eTqTsT<?


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4. Please give me your pencil.

<jT #d MT | e+&.
5. Could you help me to do this work?

MTsT H dV jT+ #ks?


6. Might I have another glass of water?

eTs >dT eT+sT e>\s?

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7. Can I speak to him?

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9. May I have your book?

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8. Would you mind seeing me again in the morning?

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HqT MT |d + rdTe#?

10. Will you please come with me?

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MTsT H eks?

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11. Will you please bring me some fruits?

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12. Could you help me to talk to him?

n e{&& + H dV jT+ #ks?

13. Would you mind doing this?

| #jT & MTsT @$T nqTsT<?


14. Would you mind opening the window?

{ se & MTsMT nqTsT<?


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COMPLIMENTS

Xu+\ T
d#q: mesH $jT+ k~+q|&T n_q+~+# d+<s\, eTTKdT
e\T, e{ eTTK | e\ d+<s\qT Compliments qT
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1. Congrats (or) congratulations.

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3. I wish you good luck.

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2. I congratulate him on his success.

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4. Please give my kind regards to your parents.

MT *< + &T\qT n&qT #| >\e.

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5. Give my kind remembrances to your uncle.

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MT eeTjT>] n&qT #| +&.


6. My compliments to your son.

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7. Many happy returns of the day.

qsfifl *.
CONDOLENCES

$#s+, kqTu
d#q: mesH eTsD+ q|&T kqTu *jTCjT & Condole,
condolences }s *+#T d+<s\ console, consolation nqT
|<\qT y&sT.
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1. We were stunned by the news of your mothers sudden death.

MT neT>] VsY eTsD+ eTeT* Xw\ qT #d+ ~.


What a pity!
m+ u<se TT.

2.

3. What a heart-breaking news! /

m+ >T+& | ys.

How heart-breaking news!

4. How cruel!

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5. I am sorry to hear this sad news.


6. What a tragedy!

8. I am so sorry.

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9. I lament over the loss.

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10. I grieved to hear this.

ys H # u<> +~.

11. This is a sad news./


How sad the news it is!

~ # $#ss y T q ys.
12. I feel so sad to listen to this.

~ $ HqT # $#]+#qT.
13

m+ <Td .

COMMANDS

|P s y\T

d#q: 'Imperative sentences' nq> $<s y T q y\T. y\T


= > +&e#T, = V#] #d$> e+&e#T eT]jTT
= eXyT q $> e+&e#TqT eT]jTT C|P s y\
eTw m<TsT> +{&T { 'you' |j +#sT .
n& yfi fl.
Go immediately.
=+<s> yfi fl.
Let me do this.
| qqT #jT e.
Mind your tongue.
H{ n<T| +#T+&.
Keep a close observation on her.yTH + |{ e+&+&.
Observe the programme.
se >eT+#+&.
Dont come in.
se<T.
Dont do this repeatedly.
eTfl eTfl #jT e<T.
Be honest.
HjT+> q&T#T.
Hurry up!
>>u
Keep it there.
n& |T.
Listen!
$qT.
Listen to me.
HqT #|~ $qT.
Speak to him.
n e{&T .
Dont make a noise.
#| &T #jT e<T.
Shut the door.
\T|qT eTjTTeTT.
Dont bother me.
qqT $d+# .
Never let your friends down.
$T <V+ #jT e<T.

ns
.

2.

co

1. Go there.

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3.

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4.

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5.

9.
10.
11.

12.

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7.

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6.

13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.

14

23. Look ahead.


24. Beware of dogs.
25. Vacate the place.
26. Go slowly.
27. Always speak the truth.
29. Dont shout.

32. Be careful.

oh

31. Be on watch.

an
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30. Dont cut jokes.

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33. Follow me.

w
w

34. Get me some water.

35. Dont sit.

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at

28. Dont be late.

22. Let me be.

co

21. Stand there.

ns
.

20. Dont forget.

$wj m=<T .
eTsbe<T.
n& \&T.
qH=<T\T / $d+#
eTT+<T #&+&.
\T eHsTT C>.
&qT+& y[flb
yT\> q&e+&.
m|& C eyT e{&+ &.
\d+ #jT +&.
nse<T.
|s&e<T.
C>> e+&T.
C>> e+&T.
H y+s.
H eT+fifl e.
Lse<T.

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19. Keep off that subject.

C|P s yH = y\T V#]\T, d\V\T, ]\T,


os#H\ e+{$ L& eksTT.
1. Do your duty.
| qTe #sTT.
2. Obey your teachers.
b<jTT\T #| qT q&T#T.
3. Behave well.
u> q&T#T.
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DAY-3
Xu+\T - GREETINGS

4. Xus

5. eT+\\T e#T>

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7. y[fl ek!

3. XukjT+

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ns
.

2. Xu eT<V+

Good Morning!
Wish you a good morning!
Have a good morning!
Good afternoon!
Wish you a good afternoon!
Have a good afternoon!
Good evening!
Wish you a good evening!
Have a good evening!
Good night!
Wish you a good night!
Enjoy a good night!
Sweet Dreams!
Wish you sweet dreams!
Have / Enjoy sweet dreams!
Good bye!
Bye!
I say good bye to you!
Let me leave you!
Tata to you!
I say ta-ta to you!
Well, I must go, Good-bye!
Bye-bye!
Ill see you later!
See you later!
See you tomorrow!
See you!
So long!
Cheerio!
Good night!

io

at

1. Xu<jT+

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8. Te+{ Xu~H\T / |{qsE\T m+{H q+<+


sT|y\ HqT sT+THqT.
Many happy returns of the day!/Your birth day!
I wish you many happy returns of the day!/Your birth day!
Enjoy many happy returns of the day/Your birth day!

sT+THqT.

ns
.

co

I Wish you a comfortable and safe journey!


Wish you a comfortable and safe journey!
Enjoy a comfortable and safe journey!

9. ~ d+w |jD+ y\

10. MT yyV J$+ q+<+ e+&T>!

io

Happy married life!

bl
ic

at

11. | >=| |* k~+#\ sT+THqT.


Wish you a grand success in your examinations.

an
Pu

12. e >=| $jT+ k~+#\ sT+THqT.


Wish you a grand victory!

oh

13. = +{ e d]d+|<\ T\>T>!


Wish you a great prosperity in your newly built house!

.M

14. $<X\ yfi XudeTjT+ eT+ #jTT>>!

w
w

Wish you happy times abroad!

15. sujT \+ mH q |<e\T qT e]+#T> !


Wish you grand promotions in future.

16. MT $dj d+> k>T.


Wish you a joyous picnic.

17. ybs deyX+ eT+ sjT+ rdTy\


sT+THqT.
Wish you a nice outcome in the business conference.
17

18. c\qT <{\ sT+THqT.


Hope you get over your troubles!

19. nHs>+ qT+ s> jT|&\ H ].


Wish you a speedy recovery from illness.

co

May you prosper in life!


I pray to God that you may prosper in life!
Let God bless you to prosper in life!

20. J$+ sD+#T<Te>.

ns
.

21. u> #<T e e#T> u> e +T&T MT |\y os~+#\


HqT sT+THqT.
22. \T

Thank you!
Thanks a lot!
Thanks very much!
Good!

w
w

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oh

an
Pu

Thanks!
Thank you very much!
Many thanks!
Thats very kind.
Nice of you!

bl
ic

at

io

I pray to God that He may bless your child with a good


education! Let God bless your child with good education!

23. |q #| \ ] yT #|
Not at all!
Welcome!
Thats all right.

Youre welcome!
Its a pleasure!
O.K.

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DAY-4

|< yeTT\T ` One Word Sentences


, V#], bsq \T|
|j+TsT.

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19

Go.

Eat.

Drink.

Sit.

Stand.

Sleep.

co

ns
.

Come

bl
ic

at

io

Play.

Dance.

Sing.

Write.

Read.

Jump.

Laugh.

Weep.

Cry.

Die.

Awake.

See.

Observe.

Talk.

an
Pu

oh

s.
b.
qT.
>T.
Ls.
\&T.
<b.
&T.
HeTT#sTT.
b&T.
ssTT.
#<Te.
<.
qe.
@&Te.
nsTe.
#b.
yTqT.
#&T.
>eT+#T.
e{&T.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.

Imperative Mood - M{

Escape.

Take.

Give.

Converse.

Convey.

Travel.

Arrest.

Release.

Marry.

at

io

Imperitives

co

|+#T.
rdT.
e.
e{&T.
*jTCsTT.
|jD+#T.
+~+#T.
$&T<\#sTT.
|[fl #dT.

ns
.

22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.

w
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oh

an
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bl
ic

s+&T |<\ yeTT\T`Two Word Sentences


Please come (or) Come please nqT s
+&T yeTT\ <HH
y&e#TqT. (Please is used to express politeness)
d#q: | y s+&TksT | |\+&.
1. <jT#d s+&.
Please come. (or) Come please.
2. <jT#d yfifl+&.
Please go. (or) Go please.
3. <jT#d q+&.
Please eat. (or) Eat please.
4. <jT#d >+&.
Please drink. (or) Drink please.
5. <jT#d Ls+&.
Please sit. (or) Sit please.
6. <jT#d \&+&.
Please stand. (or) Stand please.
7. <jT#d <b.
Please sleep. (or) Sleep please.
8. <jT#d &T.
Please play. (or) Play please.
9. <jT#d HeTT #sTT. Please dance. (or) Dance please.
10. <jT#d b&T.
Please sing. (or) Sing please.
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.

co

<jT#d sjT+&.
Please write. (or) Write please.
<jT#d #<Te.
Please read. (or) Read please.
<jT#d <
Please jump. (or) Jump please.
<jT#d qe.
Please laught. (or) Laugh please.
<jT#d #<Te.
Please read. (or) Read please.
<jT#d nsTe.
Please cry. (or) Cry please.
<jT#d yT.
Please awake. (or) Awake please.
<jT#d #&T.
Please see. (or) See please.
<jT#d >eT+#T. Please observe. (or) Observe please.
<jT#d e{&T.
Please talk. (or) Talk please.
<jT#d |+#T.
Please escape. (or) Escape please.
<jT#d rdT.
Please take.(or) Take please.
<jT#d e.
Please give. (or) Give please.
<jT#d \T|.
Please convey. (or) Convey please.
<jT#d |jD+#T.
Please travel. (or) Travel please.
<jT#d =\+#T.
Please unveil (or) Unveil please.
<jT#d +~+#T.
Please arrest.(or) Arrest please.
<jT#d $&T<\#sTT. Please release. (or) Please release.
<jT#d d+uw+#T. Please Converse (or) Converse please.
<jT#d |[fl#dT. Please marry me. (or) Marry me please.
& s.
Come here.
|sy<T.
No matter.
u>Tq~.
Very well.
b.
Go now.
qqT eT+#T.
Excuse me.
jT y[b.
Get out.

11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.

21

Sit down.
Go straight.
Speak loudly.
Speak slowly.

ns
.

co

Keep quiet.

io

m+ ujT+syTq~!
m+ b&T>q~!
m+ $syTq~
m+ >=|~!

Beat me.

at

57.
58.
59.
60.

Shut up.

bl
ic

HsT eTdT.
qqT =T.
+< Ls.
q> yfifl.
|<> e{&T.
q> e{&T.
XeTT> e+&T.
u> #<Te.
w|& |#sTT.
C>> $qT.
|sp Vs>TeTT.
u> #Xe.
B #sTT.
X+> +&T.
<Ts<weTT.
HqT e|D #TqT.
eT+~.
Xu|<yTq Bbe[.
@MT nqTe<T.
m+ n+<yTq~!

w
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oh

an
Pu

37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.

Read well.
Work hard.

Listen carefully.
Be regular.
Well done.
Do it.
Be silent.
Bad luck.
I apologize.
Good luck.
Happy Diwali.
Never mind.

How lovely! (or) How beautiful!


How chariming!
How terrible!
How tall!
How ugly!
How great!
22

eT&T |<\ yeTT\T`Three Word Sentences


$ k<sD+> y&T eq q y\T. M{ HsT+&.
-

I like you.

2. HqT qT |$TkqT.

I love you.

3. \dyTq~.

It is late.

4. ~ eTT+<T> eq~.

It is early.

5. ~ eT<V+.

It is noon.

6. ~ <jT+.

It is morning.

8. ~ nss.

co

ns
.

io

at

It is evening.

bl
ic

~ kjT+\+.

1. HqT qT w|&qT.

It is midnight.

9. ~ yd$ \eTT.

It is summer.

10. seTT&T u> b&&T.

Rama sings well.

11. w&T |eTT> e{&qT.

Krishna spoke angrily.

12. d | weTT.

Sita likes coffee.

13. y+fwt { weTT.

Venkatesh likes tea.

w
w

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oh

an
Pu

14. H>sTq d+w+> |dTH&T.`

Nagarjuna seems happy.

15. s+ bdt #sTT.

Post this letter.

16. nqT <dT&T.

He is lazy.

17. nqT *$>\y&T.

He is clever.

23

Arjuna killed Karna.

19. w&T +dT #+|qT.

Krishna killed Kamsa.

20. seTT&T seDT #+|qT.

Rama killed Ravana.

21. n fsTTHqT n+<T.

Catch the train.

22. HqT &qT.

I shall play.

23. w |d]> b&*.

Usha must sing.

24. $Tw+ y jTT+&T.

Wait a minute.

25. #sTT b #b.

Do or die.

27. HqT n nqT+{qT.

an
Pu

28. HqT n qeTTqT.

oh

29. HqT n qeTTqT.

.M

30. HqT n sT+{qT.

w
w

31. HqT n kqT.

32. +<fiq e<T.


33. n+ eT+ sT>T>.

co

ns
.

io

at

Work or starve.

bl
ic

26. | #sTT b n* e+&T.`

18. nsTqT&T sT #+|qT.

I think so.

I believe so.

I hope so.

I expect so.

I think so.

Dont worry.

All the best.

34. = d+es+ q+<+> e+&*.`

Happy new year.

35. qT s+J$.

This is Chiranjeevi.

36. $ |d\T.

These are books.

37. eTqeTT usrjTT\eTT.

We are Indians.
24

They are soldiers.

39. HqT b&>].

I am tall.

40. yT k>dq~.

She is pretty.

41. yTeTT * eHeTT.

We are hungry.

42. nqT u\w.

That is Balakrishna.

43. yT d.

This is Sita.

44. yT s<.

That is Radha.

45. yT k+<s.

That is Soundarya.

46. yT nqTw.

at

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.

co

38. ysT d\T.

bl
ic

That is Anushka.

These are pencils.

These are cups.

Those are balls.

Those are buildings.

51. ysT eTqTw\T.

They are men.

52. ysT u\TsT.

They are boys.

53. ysT u*\T.

They are girls.

54. yT *jH?

This is Iliana.

55. $ +#\T.

These are plates.

56. $ \T.

These are dogs.

48. $ H\T.

oh

49. n$ +T\T.

an
Pu

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47. $ |fifl.

w
w

50. n$ ueH\T.

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These are donkeys.

58. $ &|\T.

These are hens.

59. n$ |P\T.

Those are flowers.

60. n$ |+&T.

Those are fruits.

61. n$ >=&T>T\T.

Those are umbrellas.

62. n$ fifl.

Those are houses.

63. n$ |#T\T.

Those are sparrows.

64. n$ m&+&T.

Those are bullock carts.

65. ysT $<sT\T.

co

ns
.

io

at

They are students.

bl
ic

66. ysT |\\T.

57. $ >&<\T.

They are children.

They are parents.

They are players.

They are workers.

You are employees.

71. MTsT >VDT\T.

You are house-wives.

72. MTsT sT\T.

You are farmers.

73. yTeTT d\eTT.

We are women.

74. yTeTT |sTw\eTT.

We are men.

75. yTeTT $<sT\eTT.

We are students.

67. ysT *<+&T\T.

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oh

68. ysT &sT\T.

an
Pu

w
w

69. ysT |yfifl.

70. MTsT <>dT\T.

26

We are lecturers.

77. yTeTT sT<>T\eTT.

We are unemployed.

78. nqT s$.

He is Ravi.

79. nqT lqT.

He is Srinu.

80. nqT ydT.

He is Vasu.

81. nqT eTTs].

He is Murari.

82. yT d.

She is Sita.

83. y&> eq~.

It is hot.

84. #\> eq~.

co

ns
.

io

at

It is cold.

bl
ic

85. n~ @$T?

What is that?

What is this?

Who are you?

Who am I?

Who are we?

90. ysesT?

Who are they?

91. nHesT?

Who is he?

92. yT mesT?

Who is she?

93. seTT&esT?

Who is Rama?

94. seTT&T <e&T.

Rama is a god.

an
Pu

.M

87. yesT?

oh

86. ~ @$T{?

w
w

88. HHesT?

89. yTeTT mesT?

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76. yTeTT |Hd\eTT.

Who is Krishna?

96. n& mesTHsT?

Who are there?

97. n& me&TH&T?

Who is there?

98. me&T e{&TTH&T?

Who is speaking?

99. e @$T{?

What are you?

100. nqT <qe+T&j&T.

He became rich.

101. nqT eTTd*y&j&T.

He grew old.

102. nqT <bj&T.

He fell asleep.

103. mesT VsT <T?

co

ns
.

io

at

bl
ic

Who is absent?

What is wrong?

What tree?

What a shame!

107. m+ C!

What a pity!

What a fool!

105. @$T #T?

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oh

106. m+ neeqy!

an
Pu

w
w

104. @$T{ |

95. w&T mesT?

108. m+ eTsT&!

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DA
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DAY

WORDS `

|<\T

PLURAL & SINGULAR COMBINATIONS

`
`
`

yTeTT/eTqeTT
MTsT qTe
ysT/n$ (the students, the books,

`
`
`
`
`

HqT
nqT
yT
n~/~ (chain, dog, India, the Rajadhani Express,

Am
Are
Is

`
`
`

ns
.

io

at

bl
ic

an
Pu

d (&yfifl |sT <: ^, yD, dTC, ~\,


eTX], dq)
HqT
HeTT/HsT/q$
H&T/q~

w
w

Sita

The TDP, December, Cricket, House, Gold)


seTT&T (eT>yfifl |sT i.e., Sachin, Kareem, James,
Venkatesh, Sunil)

oh

Rama `

co

the problems,
soldiers, my parents, your friends)
u\TsT (brothers, friends, parents, children)

.M

We
You
They
brave
Boys
I
He
She
It

SENTENCES

` yeTT\T

(Positive, Negative, Interrogative)


I am HqT HqT.
Note: +^wt ~ nd+|Ps yeTT. B |P] yeTT #j\+f

|q @< (verb/noun) |<eTT +&*. n|& yeTT


|]|Ps yeTT+~.
Am
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w

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oh

an
Pu

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ic

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ns
.

co

d#q: | yeTTqT s+&TksT | #<e+&.


Ex: I am present. HqT HqT. (|&T ~ |Ps yeTT)
d#q: = yeTT s+&T ksT | #<e+&.
1. I am present.
HqT HqT.
2. Am I present?
HqT HH?
3. I am not present.
HqT qT.
4. Am I not present?
HqT H?
5. We are present.
yTeTT HeTT.
6. Are we present?
yTeTT He?
7. We are not present.
yTeTT eTT.
8. Are we not present?
yTeTT e?
9. You are present.
MTsT HsT/qTe He.
10. Are you present?
MTsT Hs?/qTe Hy?
11. You are not present.
MTsT sT/qTe e.
12. Are you not present?
MTsT s/qTe y?
13. They are present.
ysT HsT.
14. Are they present?
ysT Hs?
15. They are not present.
ysT sT.
16. Are they not present?
ysT s?
17. Boys are present.
u\TsT HsT.
18. Are boys present?
u\TsT Hs?
19. Boys are not present.
u\TsT sT.
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20. Are boys not present?


21. He is present.
22. Is he present?
23. He is not present.
24. Is he not present?

25. She is present.

co

26. Is she present?

ns
.

27. She is not present.

at

io

28. Is she not present?

bl
ic

29. It is present.

an
Pu

30. Is it present?
31. It is not present.

oh

32. Is it not present?

.M

33. Rama is present.

w
w

34. Is Rama present.

35. Rama is not present.


36. Is Rama not present?
37. Sita is present.
38. Is Sita present?
39. Sita is not present?
40. Is Sita not present?
31

u\TsT s?
nqT H&T.
nqT H&?
nqT &T.
nqT &?
yT q~.
yT q<?
yT <T.
yT <?
n~ q~.
n~ q<?
n~ <T.
n~ <?
seTT&T H&T.
seTT&T H&?
seTT&T &T.
seTT&T &?
d q~.
d q<?
d <T.
d <?

DAY-6

Everywhere
Anywhere

bl
ic

at

Not

Where

&
n&
m&
|#
m&qqT
<T/<T

ns
.

There

`
`
`
`
`
`

io

Here

|<\T

co

WORDS `

an
Pu

SENTENCES

` yeTT\T

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oh

d#q: = yeTT s+&T ksT | #<e+&.


1. I am here.
HqT & HqT.

w
w

2. I am there.

HqT n& HqT.


HqT |# HqT.

4. We are here.

yTeTT & HeTT.

3. I am everywhere.

5. We are not there.


6. We are everywhere.
7. You are here.

yTeTT n& eTT.


yTeTT n#{ HeTT.
MTsT & HsT/qTe & He.
32

8. You are not there.

MTsT n& sT/qTe n& e.

9. You are everywhere.

MTsT n#{ HsT/qTe n#{ He


ysT & HsT.

10. They are here.

ysT n& sT.

co

11. They are not there.

ysT |#{ HsT.

ns
.

12. They are everywhere.

u\TsT & HsT.

an
Pu

15. Boys are everywhere.

bl
ic

14. Boys are not there.

at

io

13. Boys are here.

u\TsT n#{ HsT.


nqT & H&T.

oh

16. He is here.

u\TsT n& sT.

nqT n& &T.

18. He is everywhere.

n&T n#{ H&T.

w
w

.M

17. He is not there.

19. She is here.


20. She is not there.
21. She is everywhere.
22. It is here.
23. It is not there.
33

yT & q~.
yT n& <T.
yT n#{ q~.
n~ & q~.
n~ n& <T.

n~ n#{ q~.

24. It is everywhere.

seTT&T & H&T.

25. Rama is here.

seTT&T n& &T.

26. Rama is not there.

seTT&T n#{ H&T.

27. Rama is everywhere.

d & q~.

co

28. Sita is here.

d n& <T.

ns
.

29. Sita is not there.

d n#{ q~.

at
an
Pu

bl
ic

31. Are you here?


32. Are there here?

.M

oh

33. Are boys there?


34. Is he here?

io

30. Sita is everywhere.

MTsT & Hs?


ysT & Hs?

u\TsT n& Hs?


nqT & H&?
yT n& q<?

36. Is it there?

n~ n& q<?

w
w

35. Is she there?

37. Is Rama there?


38. Is Sita there?

seTT&T n& H&?


d n& q<?

34

DAY-7
Words -

|<\T

|<\T
d#q: | yeTTqT s+&TksT | #<e+&.
I am

Im (yT)
I am not

Im not (yT H{)


We are

were ($jTsY)
We are not

we arent ($jYT s+{/+{)


You are

youre (jsY)
You are not

you arent (jTT s+{/+{)


They are

Theyre (<sY)
They are not

They arent (< s+{/+{)


Boys are not

Boys arent (usTTdt s+{/+{)


He is

Hes (VC)
He is not

He isnt (V VC+{)
She is

shes (wC)
She is not

she isnt (w C+{)


It is

Its ({)
It is not

It isnt ({ C+{)
Rama is not

Rama isnt (seT C+{)


Sita is not

Sita isnt (d C+{)

w
w

.M

oh

an
Pu

bl
ic

at

io

ns
.

co

Contractions /Shortest forms - d+|

35

Sentences- y\T
Im (yT) here.

1.
2.
3.
4.

co

5.

HqT & HqT.


Am I here?
HqT & HH?
Im (yT) not there
HqT n& qT.
Am I not here?
HqT & H?
Were ($jTsY)here.
yTeTT & HeTT.
Are we here?
yTeTT & He?
We arent (s+{/+{) there.
yTeTT n& eTT.
Arent (s+{/+{) we here?
yTeTT & e?
Youre (jsY) here. MTsT & HsT/qTe & He.
Are you here?
MTsT & Hs?/qTe & Hy?
You arent (s+{/+{) there.MTsT n&s
T /qTe n& e.
Arent you there?
MTsT n& s?/qTe n& y?
Theyre (<sY) here.
ysT & HsT.
Are they there?
ysT n& Hs?
They arent (s+{/+{) here.
ysT & sT.
Arent (s+{/+{) they there?
ysT n& s?
Boys are here.
u\TsT n& HsT.
Are boys here?
u\TsT & Hs?
Boys arent (s+{/+{) there.
u\TsT n& sT.
Arent (s+{/+{) boys there?
u\TsT n& s?

ns
.

6.

io

7.

13.
14.

15.

an
Pu

12.

oh

11.

.M

10.

w
w

9.

bl
ic

at

8.

16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

36

21. Hes (VC) here.


22. Is he here?
23. He isnt (C+{) here.
24. Isnt he there?

25. Shes (wC) here.

co

26. Is she there?

30. Is it here?

an
Pu

31. It isnt (C+{) there.

bl
ic

at

29. Its ({) here

32. Isnt (C+{) it there?

oh

.M

w
w

34. Is Rama here?


35. Rama isnt (C+{) here.

36. Isnt (C+{) Rama here?


37. Sita is here.
38. Is Sita here?
39. Sita isnt (C+{) here.
40. Isnt Sita here?
37

io

28. Isnt (C+{) she there?

ns
.

27. She isnt (C+{) there.

33. Rama is here.

nqT & H&T.


nqT & H&?
nqT n& &T.
nqT n& &?
yT & q~.
yT n& q<?
yT n& <T.
yT n& <?
n~ & q~.
n~ & q<?
n~ n& <T.
n~ n& <?
seTT&T & H&T.
seTT&T & H&?
seTT&T & &T.
seTT&T & &?
d & q~.
d & q<?
d & <T.
d & <?

DAY-8

Words - |<\T
Words related to time factor.
was

+&qT
+&qT
+&]
+&]
q
q kjT+\+
q eT<V+
> s
|~ $Tc\ eTT+<T
|~ $Tc\ +
s+&T >+\ eTT+<T
s+&T sE\ eTT+<T
s+&T sE\ +
s+&T ys\eTT+<T
s+&T H\\ +
10 d+es\ +
s+&T >+\ =i
s+&T sE\ j =s

was not wasnt (eC+{)

ns
.

were notwerent (es+{)

co

were

Last night
Before 10 minutes

.M

Before 2 hours

oh

10 minutes ago

an
Pu

yesterday afternoon

w
w

Before 2 days

2 days ago

2 weeks ago
2 months ago
10years ago / a decade ago
For 2 hours
For a 2 day tour

bl
ic

yesterday evening

at

io

yesterday

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For a 10 lakh work

For a 10 mile Journey

A million dollar question

Sentences -

|~ \\ (sbjT\) | =s
|~ yTfifl |jD+ =s
|~ \\ &\s |X

yeTT\T

I was there yesterday

co

1.

d#q: | yeTTqT s+&TksT | #<e+&.

Was I there yesterday?

io

2.

ns
.

HqT q n& +{.

at

HqT q n& +{H?


I wasnt (eC+{) there yesterday.
q HqT n& +{.
Wasnt (eC+{) I there yesterday?
HqT q n& +{H?

an
Pu

bl
ic

3.

oh

4.

We were in Vijayawada yesterday morning

.M

5.

w
w

q <jT+ yTeTT $jTy& +{$T.


Were we in Vijayawada yesterday morning?

6.
7.
8.

39

q <jT+ $jTy& +{e?


We werent (es+{) in Nellore yesterday morning.
q <jT+ yTeTT H\sT eTT.
Werent (es+{) we in Vijayawada yesterday morning?
q <jT+ yTeTT $jTy& e?

9.

You were there yesterday evening.

q kjT+\+ MTsT n& +{].


10. Were you there yesterday evening?

ns
.

bl
ic

q ysT n& +&].

at

13. They were there yesterday.

io

12.

co

11.

q kjT+\+ MTsT n& +{s?


Yesterday evening you werent (es+{) there.
q kjT+\+ MTsT n& sT.
werent (es+{) you there yesterday evening?
q kjT+\+ MTsT n& s?

q ysT n& +&s?


They werent (es+{) there yesterday.
q ysT n& sT.
Werent (es+{) they there yesterday?
q ysT n& s?

w
w

16.

.M

oh

15.

an
Pu

14. Were they there yesterday?

17. Boys were here yesterday.

u\TsT q & +&].


18. Were boys here yesterday?
19.

u\TsT q & +&s?


Boys werent (es+{) here yesterday.
u\TsT q & sT.
40

(es+{) the boys here yesterday?


q u\TsT & s?

20. Werent

21. He was here 10 minutes ago.

10 $Tc\ + nqT & +&qT.

co

ns
.

bl
ic

at

24.

io

23.

10 $Tc\ eTT+<T nqT & +&H?


He wasnt (eC+{) here 10 minutes ago.
10 $Tc\eTT+<T nqT & &T.
Wasnt (eC+{) he here 10 minutes ago?
10 $Tc\eTT+<T nqT & &?

25. She was there 2 hours ago.

an
Pu

s+&T >+\ eTT+<T yT n& +&qT.


26. Was she there 2 hours ago?

oh

.M

28.

s+&T >+\ eTT+<T yT n& +&H?


She wasnt (eC+{) there 2 hours ago.
s+&T >+\ eTT+<T yT n& <T.
Wasnt (eC+{) she there 2 hours ago?
s+&T >+\ eTT+<T yT n& <?

w
w

27.

29. It was there 2 days ago.

s+&T sE\ + n~ n& +&qT.


30. Was it there 2 days ago?

s+&T >+\ + n~ n& +&H?


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22. Was he here 10 minutes ago?

31. It wasnt (eC+{) there 2 days ago.

32.

s+&T >+\ + n~ n& <T.


Wasnt (eC+{) it there 2 days ago?
s+&T >+\ + n~ n& <?

ns
.

34. Was Rama there a decade ago?

co

seTT&T 10 d+\ + n& +&qT.

33. Rama was there a decade ago.

oh

36.

an
Pu

bl
ic

35.

at

io

10 d+es\ + seTT&T n& +&H?


Rama wasnt (eC+{) there a decade ago.
10 d+es\ + seTT&T n& +&<T.
Wasnt (eC+{) Rama there a decade ago?
10 d+es\ + seTT&T +&<?

.M

37. Sita was there a decade ago.

w
w

d 10 d+es\ + n& +&qT.

38. Was Sita there a decade ago?

39.

40.

d 10 d+es\ + n& +&H?


Sita wasnt (eC+{) there a decade ago.
d 10 d+es\ + n& <T.
Wasnt (eC+{) Sita there a decade ago?
d 10 d+es\ + n& <?
42

DAY -9

Words - |<\T. Related to I Person, II Person ,


III Person
I, we |<\

u$wY \+ shall y&*. (I Person)


You, They, Boys, He, She, It, Rama, Sita |<\ will y&*.

i)
ii)

(II , III Person)

co

|&T |q #|q 10 |<\ affirmative sentences


will y&TTHsT.
iv) interrogative sentences eeTT I, we shall H
y&TTHsT.
Ex:
i) Shall I come in? HqT |* se#?
ii) Shall we go? eTqeTT yfie?
iii) Shall we make a move? eTq+ <Te?
v) eT]jTT I, we |<\ You, They, Boys, He, She, It, Rama,
Sita |<\ qT will y& |d]> (must) nH ns+ edT+~.

w
w

.M

oh

an
Pu

bl
ic

at

io

ns
.

iii)

Ex:

You will come here tomorrow.

s| e |d]> & sy*.


Sentences - y\T

d#q: | yeTTqT s+&TksT | #<e+&.


1.

I will be there in 10 minutes.

HqT |~ $Tc\ n& +{qT.


43

Shall I be there in 10 minutes?

3.

HqT |~ $Tc\ n& +{H?


I wont (y+{) be here after 10 minutes.
HqT |~ $Tc\ sTy & +&qT.

4.

We will be there in a minute.

yTeTT $Tw+ n& +{eTT.


We wont (y+{) be here after a minute.
yTeTT $Tw+ sTy & +&eTT.
Wont (y+{) we be here after a minute?
yTeTT $Tw+ sTy & +&e?

co

5.

2.

You will be there on Monday.

at

7.

io

ns
.

6.

bl
ic

MTsT keTys+ n& +{sT.

Will you be there on Monday?

MTsT keTys+ n& +{s?


You wont (y+{) be there on Monday.
MTsT keTys+ n& +&sT.
Wont (y+{) you be there on Monday?
MTsT keTys+ n& +&s?

11.

.M

10.

w
w

9.

oh

an
Pu

8.

They will be here in the evening.

kjT+\+ ysT & +{sT.

12.
13.
14.

Will they be here in the evening?

kjT+\+ ysT & +{s?


They wont (y+{) be here in the evening.
ysT kjT+\+ & +&sT.
Wont (y+{) they be here in the evening?
ysT kjT+\+ & +&s?
44

15.

The boys will be here tonight.

s u\TsT & +{sT.

19.

He will be there in March.

e] nqT n& +{&T.

23.

at

bl
ic

an
Pu

22.

e] nqT n& +{&?


He wont (y+{) be there in the month of March.
nqT e] H\ n& +&&T.
Wont (y+{) he be there in the month of March?
nqT e] H\ n& +&&?

oh

21.

Will he be there in March?

She will be in America in 2015.

.M

20.

co

18.

s u\TsT & +{s?


The boys wont (y+{) be here tonight.
s u\TsT & +&sT.
Wont (y+{) the boys be here tonight?
s u\TsT & +&s?

ns
.

17.

Will the boys be here tonight?

io

16.

Will she be in America in 2015?

2015 yT nyT] +T+<?


She wont (y+{) be in America in 2015.
yT 2015 yT] +&<T.
Wont (y+{) she be in America in 2015?
yT 2015 nyT] +&<?

24.

w
w

2015 yT nyT] +T+~.

25.
26.
27.

It will be here by next year.

e# d+es n~ & +T+~.


45

31.

30.

e# d+es n~ & +T+<?


It wont (y+{) be here by next year.
e# d+es n~ & +&<T.
Wont (y+{) it be here by next year?
e# d+es n~ & +&<?

co

29.

Will it be here by next year?

Rama will be here by the end of this year.

ns
.

28.

d+es+ seTT&T & +{&T.

io

Will Rama be here by the end of this year?

at

32.

bl
ic

Sita will be here tomorrow.

w
w

35.

.M

oh

34.

an
Pu

33.

d+es+ seTT&T & +{&?


Rama wont (y+{) be here tomorrow.
seTT&T & s| +&&T.
Wont (y+{) Rama be here tomorrow?
seTT&T & s| +&&?
d s| & +T+~.
Will Sita be here tomorrow?

36.
37.
38.

d s| & +T+<?
Sita wont (y+{) be here tomorrow.
d s| & +&<T.
Wont (y+{) Sita be here tomorrow?
d s| & +&<?
46

DAY -10
Words - |<\T-Modals

w
w

.M

oh

an
Pu

bl
ic

at

io

ns
.

co

can
#jT>\
could
#jT>*>qT
able
#jT>\T>T
am able
#jT>\T>T#THqT
are able
#jT>\T>T#THsT
is able
#jT>\T>T#TH&T/#Tq~
was able
#jT>\T>T# +&qT
were able
#jT>\T>T# +&]
(I) will be able to
(HqT) #jT>\T>T# +{qT
(I) cannot-cant (+{)
(HqT) #jTqT.
(Note: can not n <s+> yjTL&<T)
could not - couldnt
#jTbjqT
(I) am not able
(HqT) #jTbTHqT
(We) are not able
(yTeTT) #jTbTHeTT
(He) is not able
(nqT) #jTbTH&T
(I) was not able
(HqT) #jTb +{
(We) were not able
(yTeTT) #jTb+{$T
(I) wont be able to
(HqT) #jTb +{qT
(I) can have
(HqT) * +&>\qT
(I) cant have
(HqT) * +&qT
(I) could have
(HqT) * +&*>qT
(I) couldnt have
(HqT) * +&bjqT
47

Note: not able <T\T> unable qT L& y&e#TqT.


Can you lift this box?
uqT m>\y?

(X keTseTTqT \T|qT)

II)

(Note: Can - Express possibility)


Ex: i) Can this be true? (interrogative) ~ + nee#?
ii) Can he donate for the Tsunami victims?

io

ns
.

co

I)

Permission ` nqTeT sT y&e#TqT.


Ex: i) Can I come in sir? HqT |\ se#+&?
ii) Can I borrow your pen? MT |qTqT HqT rdTe#?

at

nqT dTHMT u~T\ kjT+ #jT>\&?

bl
ic

an
Pu

III)

Polite request ` eTs<\ eTq$ #jTT


Ex: i) Could I borrow your bicycle? HqT d

rdTe#?
IV)

He is not there. Where can he have gone?

oh

nqT n& &T. m& y[fl e+{&T ($dT>T nqT)


You could have accepted the offer.

.M

V)

w
w

qTe |sYqT n+^]+ +&*+~.

Condition or speculation `q~ b m?


Ex: i) Could I get another? +=< b+<e#?
ii) Could I get another chance (doubtful)?

VI)

H += neX+ se#
Sentences`y\T
d#q: +< = yeTTq we, you, they, boys, he, she it,
Rama, Sita nqT |<\ yeTT\ | |\+&.
48

d#q: | yeTTqT s+&TksT | |\+&.


1. I can do it.

HqT < #jT>\qT.


2. I can swim across the river.

HqT q~ n&+> <>\qT.


3. I can go there alone.

HqT n& +]> yfifl>\qT.

co

4. I can help you.

ns
.

HqT kjT+ #jT>\qT.


5. I can beat you now.

at

6. I can purchase it.

io

HqT |&T qT =>\qT.

bl
ic

HqT < =q>\qT.


I cant (+{) help you.
HqT kjT+#jTqT.
I cant (+{) drive this vehicle.
yVH HqT q&|qT.
I cant (+{) answer your question.
|X HqT de<q+ #|qT.

an
Pu

7.

oh

8.

w
w

.M

9.

10. I managed to go there alone.

HqT +]> n& yfifl>*>qT.

11. I could eat it.

HqT < q>*>qT.


12. I could sleep there well last night.

n& > s HqT u> <b>*>qT.


13. I am able to walk now.

HqT |&T q&e>\T>TTHqT.


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14. I am able to study properly.

HqT d]> #<e>\T>T#THqT.


15. I am able to earn money.

HqT &T\T d+b~+#>\T>T#THqT.


16. I am unable to eat it /
I am not able to eat it.

co

17. I am unable to answer to your question.


(Note: unable = not able)

HqT < qbTHqT.

ns
.

HqT |X de<q+ #|bTHqT.

io

18. I am unable to concentrate on my studies.

at

HqT H #<Te @> +#bTHqT.

bl
ic

19. I was able to help him yesterday.

an
Pu

20.

HqT q n dVjT+ #jT>* +{.


I wasnt (eC+{) able to take proper care of my health.
HqT H s>$wjT+ dsq C> rdTb.

oh

21. I will be able to study tomorrow.

.M

HqT s| #<e>\T>T# +{qT.


ys+ sE\ sTy HqT n dVjT+ #jT>\T>TqT.
I wont (y+{) be able to drive my vehicle tomorrow.
s| HqT H yVH q&|+& +{qT.

23.

w
w

22. I will be able to help him after a week.

24. I can have it by tomorrow.


25.

s|{ HqT < *e+{qT.


I cant (+{) have leisure time tomorrow.
s| HqT $X+ *e+&qT.
50

26. I could have done it yesterday.

q < HqT #jT>*+&y&.


27. I could have helped him yesterday.

q n HqT kjT+#jT>* +&y&.


28. I could have punished him 10 minutes ago.

|~ $Tc\ + n + +&y&.
29. I could have got a job last month itself.

co

+ H\H HqT <>eTTqT b+<>* +&y&.


30. I could have advised you in a proper way.

ns
.

io

at

an
Pu

32.

bl
ic

31.

dsq esZ+ HqT MT d\V +&y&.


I couldnt (&+{) have it yesterday.
q < HqT b+<bjqT.
I couldnt (&+{) have much money last year.
> d+es+ me &T\T HqT b+<bjqT.

33. Sita can cook.

d e+#jT>\<T.

oh

34. Ramu can play cricket.

.M

seTT&T { &>\&T.
35. He can speak English.

w
w

nqT +^wt e{&>\&T.

36. He can proceed.

qT #jTe#T.

37. You can stay there.

MTsT n& +&>\sT.


38. Could I meet principal?

<jT#d HqT |b >] \TdTe#?


39. Could I stay here.

HqT & +&e#TH?


51

DAY 11
ADVERB SENTENCES

= yeTT s +&TksT | |\+&.


2.

Am I walking fast?

3.

Im not walking fast.

4.

Arent (s+{) I walking fast?

co

I am walking fast.

HqT y>+ > q&TdTH qT.


HqT y>+ > q&TdTH H?
HqT y>+ > q&ef< T .

1.

ns
.

HqT y>+ > q&ef< ?


We are walking fast.
yTeTT y>+ > q&TdTH eTT.
Are we walking fast?
yTeTT y>+ > q&TdTH e?
We arent (s+{) walking fast. yTeTT y>+
> q&ef< T .
Arent (s+{) we walking fast? yTeTT y>+
> q&ef< ?
You are walking fast.
MTsT y>+ > q&TdTH sT.
Are you walking fast?
MTsT y>+ > q&TdTH s?
You arent (s+{) walking fast. MTsT y>+
> q&ef< T .
Arent (s+{) you walking fast? MTsT y>+
> q&ef< ?
They are walking fast.
ysT y>+ > q&TdTH sT.
Are they walking fast?
ysT y>+ > q&TdTH s?
They arent (s+{) walking fast. ysT y>+
> q&ef< T .
Arent (s+{) they waking fast? ysT y>+
> q&ef< ?
Boys are walking fast.
u\TsT u>+ > q&TdTH sT.

at

io

5.

bl
ic

6.

10.
11.

12.

.M

9.

w
w

8.

oh

an
Pu

7.

13.
14.
15.
16.
17.

52

u\TsT y>+ > q&TdTH s?


Boys arent (s+{) walking fast. u\TsT y>+
> q&ef< T .
Arent (s+{) boys walking fast?u\TsT y>+
> q&ef< ?
He is walking fast.
nqT y>+ > q&TdTH &T.
Is he walking fast?
nqT y>+ > q&TdTH &?
He isnt (C+{) walking fast.
nqT y>+ > q&ef< T .
Isnt (C+{) he walking fast? nqT y>+
> q&ef< ?
She is walking fast.
yT y>+ > q&TdTq ~.
Is she walking fast?
yT y>+ > q&TdTq <?
She isnt (C+{) walking fast.
yT y>+ > q&ef< T .
Isnt (C+{) she walking fast?
yT y>+ > q&ef< ?
It is walking fast.
n~ y>+ > q&TdTq ~.
Is it walking fast?
n~ y>+ > q&TdTq <?
It isnt (C+{) walking fast.
n~ y>+ > q&ef< T .
Isnt (C+{) it walking fast?
n~ y>+ > q&ef< ?
Rama is walking fast.
seTT&T y>+ > q&TdTH &T.
Is Rama walking fast?
seTT&T y>+ > q&TdTH &?
Rama isnt (C+{) walking fast.seTT&T y>+
> q&ef< T .
Isnt (C+{) Rama walking fast?seTT&T y>+
> q&ef< ?
Sita is walking fast.
d y>+ > q&TdTq ~.
Is Sita walking fast?
d y>+ > q&TdTH <?
Sita isnt (C+{)walking fast.
d y>+ > q&ef< ?
Isnt (C+{) Sita walking fast?
d y>+ > q&ef< ?

27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.

co

34.

ns
.

26.

io

25.

at

24.

bl
ic

23.

an
Pu

22.

oh

21.

.M

20.

w
w

19.

18. Are boys walking fast?

35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.

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DAY-12

A few sentences with adjectives

= yeTT s +&TksT | |\+&.

co

ns
.

He is a cunning fellow.
She is beautiful.
She is a beautiful girl.
It is cheap.
It is a cheap article.
Rama is righteous.
Rama is a righteous person.
Sita is pious.
Sita is a pious lady.
I am not coward.

io

12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.

HqT yT<$.
HqT yT<$jTq e.
yTeTT q\yfifleTT.
yTeTT q\ e\eTT.
MTsT \VqT\T.
MTsT \VqTq eTw.
ysT <qe+T\T.
ysT <qeTTq eTqTw\T.
u\TsT $qjTe+T\T.
u\TsT $qjT+>\ $<sT\T.
nqT ].
nqT T\e] eTw.
yT n+<yTq~.
yT n+<yTq nesTT.
n~ #eq~.
n~ #eq edTe.
seTT&T <]&T.
seTT&T <]yTq e.
d |Ts\T.
d |Tsq d.
HqT |]y& qT.

at

I am intelligent.
I am an intelligent person.
We are blacks.
We are black people.
You are weak.
You are a weak person.
They are rich.
They are rich people.
Boys are obedient.
Boys are obedient students.
He is cunning.

w
w

.M

oh

an
Pu

bl
ic

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

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22. Am I not a coward ?


HqT |]y&qT H?
23. We are not poor.
yTeTT |<fifleTT eTT. (s+{)
24. Arent (s+{) we poor persons?

yTeTT |<\yTq e\eTT <?


25. You are not bold enough.
MTsT
26. Arent (s+{) you bold enough?

q+ <se+T\T.

at

io

ysT |]q+*q e\T <?

ns
.

27.
28. Arent(s+{)they timid fellows?

co

MTsT q+ <seTT>\ e\T <?


They arent (s+{) timid.
ysT |]ysT <T.

bl
ic

29. Boys are not mischvious.


u\TsT n\]yfifl
30. Arent (s+{) boys mischvious fellows?

an
Pu

oh

.M

33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.

u\TsT n\]e\T s?
He isnt (C+{) good.
nqT eT+#&T <T.
Isnt (C+{) he a good man?
nqT eT+q+ >\ e <?
She Isnt (C+{)wise.
yT *yq~ <T.
Isnt (C+{)she a wise lady? yT *yq d <?
It Isnt (C+{)costly.
n~ $\Tyq~ <T.
Isnt (C+{)it a costly article?n~ $\Tyq edTe <?
Rama is good.
seTT&T eT+y&T.
Rama is a good boy.
seTT&T eT+ u\T&T.
Sita is good.
d eT+~.
Sita is a good girl.
d eT+ nesTT.

w
w

31.
32.

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DAY-13

A few sentences with prepositions.

= yeTT s +&TksT | |\+&.


1.

I saw Ravi in the library.


Rama married Sita on this day.

co

2.

HqT s$ #XqT.

|deTT fT MT< q~.

Trains will not arrive on time.

bl
ic

4.

io

Your book is on the table.

at

3.

ns
.

seTT&T dqT sEq |+& #dT=H&T.

5.

an
Pu

sfifl deTj m|& se.


We will come on Saturday.
He acted on my advice.

.M

6.

oh

yTeTT XyseTT ekeTT.

Sita is on the committee.

7.

w
w

H d\V yTs n&T q{+#qT.


d $T{ q~.

8.

She died of cancer.

qsY e\ yT eTsD++~.
9.

Sita is daughter of Janaka.

d q LTsT.
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10. The ring is made of gold.

+>seTT +>s+ #jT&q~.


11. Rama is a man of word.

seTT&T e |y&T.
12. She went to buy vegetables.

yT Ls>jT\T =q& y[fl+~.

ns
.

nqT H u<q #jT& e#&T.

co

13. He has come to teach me.

io

14. I walk to the garden early in the morning.

bl
ic

at

HqT <jH >sHy| q&TkqT.


15. He went to the railway station.

an
Pu

nqT sdwH yfifl&T.

16. There is a house by the temple.

oh

>T& <>Zs \T q~.

.M

17. Come and Sit by me.

w
w

e H |q Ls.

18. Ravana was killed by Rama

seDT&T seTT # eTsD+#&T.

19. I can pass I.A.S.exam through hard work.

w|& #<e&+<s HqT @mdt k~+#>\qT.


20. All that was done, was through envy.

ndjT | n+ ]+~.
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21. He is with you, why do you worry?

nqT H&T. e m+<T u<|&e


22. He beats the dog with a stick.

nqT f qT =&&T.
23. Ravi went out with a heavy bag.

s$ |< d+ yfifl&T.

co

24. He is at the office.

ns
.

nqT |dT e< H&T.

at
bl
ic

yT 6 >+\ edT+~.

io

25. She comes at 6O clock.

26. We are at Birla Temple in Hyderabad.

an
Pu

yTeTT V<su< _s f+| <>Zs HeTT.


27. Hyderabad is in Andhra Pradesh.

oh

V<su< +<|<X +~.

.M

28. She was in great distress.

w
w

yT |< u< +&qT.

29. I read it in Eenadu.

HqT < H&T #~yqT.

30. I am going to the market for vegetables.

HqT es{ Ls>jT\ =s yfiHqT


31. Passengers for the Vijayawada are waiting for the bus.

$jTy& yfl |jD\T dT >T]+ y jTTHsT.


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32. We vote for him.

yTeTT n zT ykeTT.
33. She is about to marry.

yT |[fl e\d e+~.


N|sT \T| yq\ +~.

co

35. She will come to rescue me without fail.

ns
.

yT |+& qqT sdT+~.

bl
ic

at

io

36. The fan is above my head.

H \| d]>Z bH +~.

34. The broom is behind the door.

37. Ravi parked his car across the road.

an
Pu

s$ q sT s&T n&+> |{&T.


38. Besides being a teacher, he is a poet.

oh

nqT {#s<T, $ L&.

.M

39. Vijayawada is between Guntur and Gudivada.

w
w

>T+sT eT]jTT >T&y& eT< $jTy& +~.

40. My father is inside the home.

H Hq +{ HsT.

41. He left his shoes outside.

n qT jT |{&T.
42. The train had left before I reached the railway station.

HqT s dwH yfifleTT+< s\T y[flbsTT+~.


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43. The teacher complained against the student.

$<] es+> {#sY |s<T #X&T.


44. Step into our institute to learn English.

+>uw HsTe& e d{ s+&.


|d+qT+& HqT eT+ CqeTTqT b+<qT.

45. I got good knowledge out of this book.

co

46. Out of my experience. I am teaching these morals.

ns
.

H jTT nqTue+ MT< HqT T\T #|HqT.

at

io

47. I did not achieve anything throughout my life.

bl
ic

H J$+ HqT @MT k~+#<T.

an
Pu

48. He has been facing difficulties throughout his life.

n J$+ n+ c\qT m<Ts=+TH&T.


49. Without sirs permission she left the class.

.M

oh

yT s> >~ qT+& edsY nqTeT +& y[fl+~.


50. The hero will come here within a few minutes.

w
w

=~ $Tc Vs>sT & ek&T.

51. The show will begin within five minutes.

5 $Tc c bs+ueTeT+~.
52. He welcomed us with his whole heart.

nqT $TeT* eTqd]> V+#&T.


53. The train will arrive within five minutes.

s\T 5 $Tc edT+~.


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54. Keep your expenses within your income.

<j { KsT |T.


55. He lives at Deverapalli.

nqT <es|* edk&T.


56. She lives in Delhi.

yT & eddT+~.

co

57. There is a war between India and Pakistan.

ns
.

usY bkH eT< jTT<+ sT>TT+~.

bl
ic

at

eTT>TZsT nq<eTT s$ keT].

io

58. Ramu is the laziest boy among the three brothers.


59. I have been teaching English since 1980.

an
Pu

HqT 1980 qT+ +>eTT u~dTHqT.


60. I have been teaching English for 8 years.

oh

HqT 8 d+\ qT+& +>eTT u~dTHqT.

.M

61. My sister sat beside me.

w
w

H k<] H |q LsT+~.

62. Besides working as a teacher, he also acts in films.

nqT b<jTT&T> |#d, de q{k&T.

63. He was killed with a knife.

nqT #+|&&T.
64. He was killed by Rama.

nqT seTT# #+|&&T.


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65. Veena sat on the bench.

M& u+|q LsT+~.


66. The cat jumped upon the rat.

|* m\T MT< <+~.


67. An egg is in the box.

|f >T&T +~.

co

68. A frog jumped into the river.

ns
.

q~ | <+~.

io

69. She was kept waiting till 3O clock.

bl
ic

at

yTqT 3 >+\< y +#sT.

70. I will return home by 3O Clock.

an
Pu

HqT 3 >+\ +{ ekqT.


71. Ravi left work at 4O clock.

oh

s$ | e~* 4 >+\ yfifl&T.

.M

72. It is about four now.

w
w

f+ H\T>T edT+~.

73. Seshu will return in a week.

Xw ys+ ]ek&T.

74. Ravi will return within a week.

s$ ys+ eTT+< ] ek&T.


75. Ravi will meet you at the station.

s$ $TeT* dwHe< \e>\&T.


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76. The police rushed at the naxals.

bdT\T qy| |sT>sT.


77. She will come at 9O Clock.

yT 9 >+\ edT+~.

co

|d]> MTsT fiX\ f+ sy*.


79. She found me at play.

at

io

ns
.

yT qqT {& <>Zs *d+~.


80. She is good at singing.

78. You must come to college in time.

bl
ic

yT b\T b&&+ u>T+~.

an
Pu

81. The audience were overwhelmed at Chirus performance.

|\T s+J$ qq XsbjsT.


82. She is with her husband.

.M

oh

yT q us q~.

w
w

83. Fill the petrol tank with 5 litres.

{+qT 5 s |{ +|.

84. I didnt write with such a costly pen.

n+ K<q |qT HqT yjT<T.


85. He lives with his grandmother.

nqT q HqeT edk&T.

63

DAY-14

Sentences with helping verbs.


There are 23 helping verbs.
Am

2. Is

3.

Are

4. Was

5.

Were

6. Being

7.

Been

8. Be

9.

Have

10. Has

11. Had

13. Does

14. Did

15. Shall

17. Will

18. Would

19. May

21. Must

22. Can

co

1.

16. Should
20. Might

bl
ic

at

io

ns
.

12. Do

an
Pu

23. Could

Sentences formed with helping verbs

.M

oh

dV jT jT \T
| yeTT s +&TksT | |\+&.

w
w

1. I am walking.

HqT q&TdTHqT.
2. He is walking.

nqT q&TdTH&T.
3. We are walking.

yTeTT q&TdTHeTT.
4. I was playing cricket in the morning.

HqT <jT+ { &T e+{.

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5. We were playing foot ball in the evening.

yTeTT kjT+\eTT |{u &T e+{$T.


6. I am being advised by Ramesh.

H syTwt d\V d eH&T.


7. I have been scolded by my boss.

co

qqT H jTe |& {&T.

ns
.

8. I will be taking my exam at this time tomorrow .

at

9. I have eaten a mango just now.

io

s| deTj HqT | sd e+{qT.

an
Pu

10. He has beaten Ravi.

bl
ic

HqT e$T&|+&T (|&) HqT.


&T s$ (|&) ={&T.

oh

11. I had helped him yesterday before you came.

.M

q qTe e#eTT+< HqT n dVjT+ #XqT.

w
w

12. Do you go there everyday?

MTsT n& | sp yfis?


13. Does he often visit this place?

nqT s#T> & ed e+{&?


14. Did you take your exam yesterday?

q qTe | yXy?
15. Shall we make a move?

eTq+ <Te?
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16. You should attend that party tomorrow.

s| qTe b |d]> sy*.


17. He will you meet tomorrow.

co

io

{ se& MTs$T nqTsT>?

ns
.

18. Would you mind opening the window?

s| qT nqT \Tk&T.

bl
ic

at

19. He may help you.

an
Pu

nqT dVjT+ #jTe#T.

20. He might be coming here now.

oh

nqT |&T & ed e+{&T.

w
w

.M

21. You must go there.

qTe |d]> n& yfifl*.


22. I can go there alone.

HqT n& +]> yfifl>\qT.


23. I could sleep there last night.

HqT >s n& <b>*>qT.


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DAY -15

= y\T
| yeTT s +&TksT | |\+&.
A few sentences `

#j*.
a. I have to go there ` HqT n& yfifl*.
b. He has to come here. ` nqT & sy*.
Had to ` #j* e+~.
a. I had to take wine in that function.

ns
.

2.

co

1. Have to / has to -

io

HqT |+H yH rdTy* e+~.

at

b. He had to marry her.

bl
ic

nqT yTqT |[fl #dTy* e+~.


Will have to ` #j* e+T+~.

an
Pu

3.

a. I will have to beat him tomorrow for his misbehaviour.

.M

oh

nqT #dq <Tw|esq HqT n s| ={* e+T+~.


b. You will have to help me tomorrow. s| H e dVjT+
#j*e+T+~.
Going to / about to ` #jTue#TH&T.
a. I am going to marry her. `HqT yTqT |[fl #dTuTHqT.
b. I am about to marry her. ` HqT yTqT |[fl #dTuTHqT.
c. He is going to perform dance.` nqT H+ #jT ue#TH&T.
d. He is about to perform dance`nqT HeTT #jT ue#TH&T.
Let ` nqTeT
a. I let him come. ` nqT se& HqT nqTeT #qT.
b. Let him come ` n s!
c. Let us go ` eTq+ b<eTT.

w
w

4.

5.

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6. I saw him go there.

nqT n& yfifl&+ HqT #XqT.


7. I saw him going there.

nqT n& yfiS e+&& HqT #XqT.


nqT q&eq+ \Vq+> eH&T.

co

9. He is a university student.

ns
.

nqT $X$<\jT+ $<].

at

io

10. She is a Govt. College student.

yT |uT fiX\ $<].

8. He is too weak to walk.

bl
ic

11. I brought three dozen mangoes.

an
Pu

HqT eT&T &q e$T&jT\T #qT.


12. None of the girls is coming to the picnic.

oh

| @ nesTT se&+<T.

.M

13. None of the boys in the class is intelligent.

w
w

s> @ nusTT *$>\y&T><T.


(Note: Non of the plural noun followed by singular verb)

14. He and I are twins.

nqT HqT e\\eTT.


15. Both his sons are doctors.

n <sT esT<T y<T\T.


16. Vijayawada as well as Hyderabad is a city.

$jTy& n++& V<su< q>seTT.


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17. I like to listen to the radio.

H s&j $q&+ w+.


18. I am thirty five years old.

H 35 d+es\ ejTdT.
19. I know nothing.

20. He knows nothing.

H @MT *jT<T.
n @MT *jT<T.
H @MT *jT<T.
nqT @< #X&T.
& mes e#sT.
< mes rdT<T.
nqT m& yfifl&T.

co

21. I knew nothing.

ns
.

22. He did something.

at

io

23. Somebody came here.

25. He went somewhere.

bl
ic

24. Nobody took it.

an
Pu

26. Every man, woman and child was present.

| e, yT eT]jTT uT +&].

oh

27. Which of you took it?

.M

MT mesT < rdTHsT?

w
w

28. Either side of this case is guilty.

| &T dT HsdT&T.
29. Owing to his illness, he was absent.

nHs>+ e\ nqT s<T.


30. He is brilliant neither at language nor at science.

nqT uw, dqT> yT<$&T.


31. Neither of us was present at the meeting.

eTq @ & deyX VsT <T.


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32. If you read well, you will pass.

e u> #~$, e rsT&e nee.


33. If he had worked hard, he would have passed.

nqT u> w|&e+f, nqT bd e+&y&T.


34. If you come there I will come.

HqT n& ed e eke.

co

35. If I asked him, he would help me.

ns
.

HqT n&e+f, nqT dVjT+ #d e+&y&T.

io

36. If I had not asked him for help, he would not have helped me.

an
Pu

37.

bl
ic

at

HqT n dV jT+ d+ n&> b sTTe+f, nqT H dV jT+


#d e+&y&T<T.
If I were a bird, I would fly home. (nk< $wjT+)
HqT |qsTT +{ m]yfiqT.)

oh

38. If I had gone there, I would have got the job.

.M

HqT n& y[fle+f, <>+ H e e+&~.

w
w

39. Ramesh is the cleverest boy in the class (Superlative Degree)

s> syTwt u> *$>\ u\T&T.

40. Ramesh is cleverer than any other boy in the class.


(Comparative Degree)

s> >~ u\Ts+<]+f syTwt *$>\y&T.


41. No other boy in the class is as clever as Ramesh
(Positive Degree)

s> @ u\T&T syTwt n+ *$>\y&T <T.


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42. Very few boys in the class are as clever as Ramesh.

s> # eeT+~ u\TsT syTwt n+ *$>\ysT.


43. I have no money to spend.
44.

KsT #jT& H <>Zs &T<T.


Used to ` #d e+&y&

co

jTeq+ HqT b>>T e+&y&.


Have Has } + V3 ` |& ]q |qT\qT \T|qT.

ns
.

45.

io

(Present Perfect)
I have eaten a mango.

at

a.

Ex : I used to smoke in youth.

He has come here.

an
Pu

b.

bl
ic

HqT (|&) e$T&|+&T HqT.


nqT (|&) & e#&T.

oh

46. I would have helped him.

.M

HqT n dVjT+ #d e+& y&.

w
w

47. I might have helped him.

HqT (VQX) n dVjT+ #d e+&e#T.


48. I could have helped him.

HqT n dVjT+ #jT>* e+&y&.


49. I must have helped him.

HqT n |d]> dVjT+ #d e+&y&.


50. I should have helped him

HqT n dVjT+ #d e+f u>T+&~.


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DAY-16

@ d+<s+HH eTq uy\qT e]+#& ~>Te e&q


240 y\qT u> bdt #d d]bT+~. &uT +& s>
eTq+ +^w e{&>\T>TeTT. { 240 y\qT 10
esY y\qT | |\+&.

oh

.M

w
w

11. Am I walking ?

12.

io

ns
.

co

V3
seen
spoken
slept
invited
sent

bl
ic

HqT q&TdTHqT.
yTeTT q&TdTHeTT.
MTsT q&TdTHsT
ysT q&TdTHsT.
u\TsT q&TdTHsT
nqT q&TdTH&T.
yT q&TdTq~.
n~ q&TdTq~.
seTT&T q&TdTH&T.
d q&TdTq~.
HqT q&TdTHH?
yTeTT q&TdTHe?
MTsT q&TdTHs?/e q&TdTHy?

an
Pu

I am walking.
We are walking.
You are walking.
They are walking.
Boys are walking.
He is walking.
She is walking.
It is walking.
Rama is walking.
Sita is walking.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

V2
saw
spoke
slept
invited
sent

at

V1
see
speak
sleep
invite
send

Are we walking ?
13. Are you walking ?

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w
w

.M

oh

an
Pu

bl
ic

at

io

ns
.

co

Are they walking ?


ysT q&TdTHs?
Are boys walking ?
u\TsT q&TdTHs?
Is he walking ?
nqT q&TdTH&?
Is she walking ?
yT q&TdTq<?
Is it walking ?
n~ q&TdTq<?
Is Rama walking ?
seTT&T q&TdTH&?
Is Sita walking ?
d q&TdTq<?
I am not walking ?
HqT q&e&+ <T.
We are not /arent (+{) walking ? yTeTT q&e&+<T.
You arent walking.
MTsT q&e&+ <T.
They arent walking.
ysT q&e&+ <T.
Boys arent walking.
u\TsT q&e&+ <T.
He isnt(C+{) walking.
nqT q&e&+ <T.
She isnt walking.
yT q&e&+ <T.
It isnt walking.
n~ q&e&+ <T.
Rama isnt walking.
seTT&T q&e&+ <T.
Sita isnt walking.
d q&e&+ <T.
Am I not walking ?
HqT q&e&+ <?
Arent we walking ?
yTeTT q&e&+ <?
Arent you walking ?
MTsT q&e&+ <?
Arent they walking ?
ysT q&e&+ <?
Arent boys walking ?
u\TsT q&e&+ <?
Isnt he walking ?
nqT q&e&+ <?
Isnt she walking ?
yT q&e&+ <?
Isnt it walking ?
n~ q&e&+ <?

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Isnt Rama walking ?


seTT&T q&e&+ <?
Isnt Sita walking ?
d q&e&+ <?
I walked.
HqT q&#qT.
We walked.
yTeTT q&#eTT.
You walked.
MTsT q&#sT/e q&#e.
They walked.
ysTq&#sT.
Boys walked.
u\TsT q&#sT.
He walked.
nqT q&#&T.
She walked.
yT q&+~.
It walked.
n~ q&+~.
Rama walked.
seTT&T q&#&T.
Sita walked.
d q&+~.
Did I walk?
HqT q&#H?
Did we walk?
yTeTT q&#e?
Did you walk?
MTsT q&#s?/e q&#y?
Did they walk?
ysT q&#s?
Did boys walk?
u\TsT q&#s?
Did he walk?
nqT q&#&?
Did she walk?
yT q&+<?
Did it walk?
n~ q&+~.
Did Rama walk?
seTT&T q&#&?
Did Sita walk?
d q&+<?
I didnt/(&&+{/&+{ ) I did not walk
HqT q&e<T.
We didnt walk
yTeTT q&e<T.
You didnt walk.
MTsT q&e <T/e q&e<T.

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ysT q&e<T.
u\TsT q&e<T.
nqT q&e<T.
yT q&e<T.
n~ q&e<T.
seTT&T q&e<T.
d q&e<T.
HqT q&e <?
yTeTT q&e<?
MTsT q&e <?/e q&e<?
ysT q&e<?
u\TsT q&e<?
nqT q&e<?
yT q&e<?
n~ q&e<?
seTT&T q&e<?
d q&e<?
HqT q&TkqT.
yTeTT q&TkeTT.
MTsT q&TksT/e q&Tke.
ysT q&TksT.
u\TsT q&TksT.
nqT q&Tk&T.
yT q&TdT+~.
n~ q&TdT+~.

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They didnt walk.


Boys didnt walk.
He didnt walk.
She didnt walk.
It didnt walk.
Rama didnt walk.
Sita didnt walk.
Didnt I walk?
Didnt we walk?
Didnt you walk?
Didnt they walk?
Didnt boys walk?
Didnt he walk?
Didnt she walk?
Didnt it walk?
Didnt Rama walk?
Didnt Sita walk?
I shall /will walk.
We shall/will walk.
You will walk.
They will walk.
Boys will walk.
He will walk.
She will walk.
It will walk.

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seTT&T q&Tk&T.
dq&TdT+~.
HqT q&TkH?
yTeTT q&Tke?
MTsT q&Tks?/ e q&Tky?
ysT q&Tks?
u\TsT q&TksT?
nqT q&Tk&T?
yT q&TdT+<?
n~ q&TdT+<?
seTT&T q&Tk&?
d q&TdT+<?
HqT q&eqT.
yTeTT q&eeTT.
MTsT q&esT/e q&ee.
ysT q&esT.
u\TsT q&esT.
nqT q&e&T.
yT q&e<T.
n~ q&e&e<T.
seTT&T q&e&T.
d q&e<T.
HqT q&eH?
yTeTT q&ee?
MTsT q&es?e q&ey?

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89. Rama will walk.


90. Sita will walk.
91. Shall I walk?
92. Shall we walk?
93. will you walk?
94. Will they walk?
95. Will boys walk?
96. Will he walk?
97. Will she walk?
98. Will it walk?
99. Will Rama walk?
100. Will Sita walk?
101. I wont walk.
102. We wont walk.
103. You wont walk.
104. They wont walk.
105. Boys wont walk.
106. He wont walk.
107. She wont walk.
108. It wont walk.
109. Rama wont walk.
110. Sita wont walk.
111. Wont I walk?
112. Wont we walk?
113. Wont you walk?

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114. Wont they walk?


ysT q&es?
115. Wont boys walk?
u\TsT q&es?
116. Wont he walk?
nqT q&e&.?
117. Wont She walk?
yT q&e<?
118. Wont It walk?
n~ q&e<?
119. Wont Rama walk?
seTT&T q&e&?
120. Wont Sita walk?
d q&e<?
121. I was walking.
HqT q&Td +{.
122. We were walking.
MTeTT q&Td +{$T.
123. You were walking. MTsT q&Td +{]/e q&Td +{$.
124. They were walking.
ysT q&Td +&].
125. Boys were walking.
u\TsT q&Td +&].
126. He was walking.
nqT q&Td +&qT.
127. She was walking.
yT q&Td +&qT.
128. It was walking.
n~ q&Td +&qT.
129. Rama was walking.
seTT&T q&Td +&qT.
130. Sita was walking.
d q&Td +&qT.
131. Was I walking?
HqT q&Td +{H?
132. Were we walking?
yTeTT q&Td +{e?
133. Were you walking?MTsT q&Td +{s?/e q&Td +{y?
134. Were they walking?
ysT q&Td +&s?
135. Were boys walking?
u\TsT q&Td +&s?
136. Was he walking?
nqT q&Td +&H?
137. Was she walking?
yT q&Td +&H?
138. Was It walking?
n~ q&Td +&H?
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139. Was Rama walking?


seTT&T q&Td +&H?
140. Was Sita walking?
d q&Td +&H?
141. I wasnt walking.
HqT q&Td +&<T.
142. We werent walking.
yTeTT q&Td +&<T.
143. You werent walking.
MTsT q&Td +&<T
144. They werent walking.
ysT q&Td +&<T.
145. Boys werent walking.
u\TsT q&Td +&<T.
146. He wasnt walking.
nqT q&Td +&<T.
147. She wasnt walking.
yT q&Td +&<T.
148. It wasnt walking.
n~ q&Td +&<T.
149. Rama wasnt walking.
seTT&T q&Td +&<T.
150. Sita wasnt walking.
d q&Td +&<T.
151. Wasnt I walking?
HqT q&Td +&<?
152. Werent we walking?
yTeTT q&Td +&<?
153. Werent you walking?
MTsT q&Td +&<?
154. Werent they walking?
ysT q&Td +&<?
155. Werent boys walking?
u\TsT q&Td +&<?
156. Wasnt he walking?
nqT q&Td +&<?
157. Wasnt she walking?
yT q&Td +&<?
158. Wasnt it walking?
n~ q&Td +&<?
159. Wasnt Rama walking?
seTT&T q&Td +&<?
160. Wasnt sita walking?
d q&Td +&<?
161. I will be walking.
HqT q&Td +{qT.
162. We will be walking.
yTeTT q&Td +{eTT.
163. You will be walking.MTsT q&Td +{sT/e q&Td +{e
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ysT q&Td +{sT.


u\TsT q&Td +{sT.
nqT q&Td +{&T.
yT q&Td +T+~.
n~ q&Td +T+~.
seTT&T q&Td +{&T.
d q&Td +T+~.
HqT q&Td +{H?
yTeTT q&Td +{e?
MTsT q&Td +{s?
ysT q&Td +{s?
u\TsT q&Td +{s?
nqT q&Td +{&?
yT q&Td +{&?
n~ q&Td +T+<?
seTT&T q&Td +{&?
d q&Td +T+<?
HqT q&Td +&qT.
yTeTT q&Td +&eTT.
MTsT q&Td +&sT.
ysT q&Td +&sT.
u\TsT q&Td +&sT.
nqT q&Td +&&T.
yT q&Td +&<T.
n~ q&Td +&<T.
seTT&T q&Td +&&T.

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164. They will be walking.


165. Boys will be walking.
166. He will be walking.
167. She will be walking.
168. It will be walking.
169. Rama will be walking.
170. Sita will be walking.
171. Will I be walking?
172. Will we be walking?
173. Will you be walking ?
174. Will they be walking?
175. Will boys be walking ?
176. Will he be walking ?
177. Will she be walking ?
178. Will it be walking ?
179. Will Rama be walking ?
180. Will Sita be walking ?
181. I wont be walking.
182. We wont be walking.
183. You wont be walking.
184. They wont be walking.
185. Boys wont be walking.
186. He wont be walking.
187. She wont be walking.
188. It wont be walking ?
189. Rama wont be walking ?

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190. Sita wont be walking ?


d q&Td +&<T.
191. Wont I be walking?
HqT q&Td +&H?
192.Wont we be walking?
yTeTT q&Td +&e?
193.Wont you be walking?MTsT q&Td +&s?/e q&Td +&y?
194.Wont they be walking?
ysT q&Td +&s?
195.Wont boys be walking?
u\TsT q&Td +&s?
196.Wont he be walking?
nqT q&Td +&&?
197.Wont She be walking?
yT q&Td +&<?
198.Wont It be walking?
n~ q&Td +&<.
199.Wont Rama be walking?
seTT&T q&Td +&&?
200.Wont Sita be walking?
d q&Td +&<?
201. I walk.
HqT (|sE) q&TkqT.
201. We walk.
yTeTT q&TkeTT.
203. You Walk.
e q&Tke./ MTsT q&TksT.
204. They walk.
ysT q&TksT.
205. Boys walk.
u\TsT q&TksT.
206. He walks.
nqT q&Tk&T.
207. She walks.
yT q&TdT+~.
208. It walks.
n~ q&TdT+~..
209. Rama walks.
seTT&T q&Tk&T.
210. Sita walks.
d q&TdT+~.
211. Do I walk?
HqT q&TkH?
212. Do we walk?
yTeTT q&Tke?
213. Do you walk?
MTsT q&Tks?/e q&Tky?
214. Do they walk?
ysT q&Tks?
215. Do boys walk?
u\TsT q&Tks?
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nqT q&Tk&?
yT q&TdT+<?
n~ q&TdT+<?
seTT&T q&Tk&?
d q&TdT+<?
HqT q&eqT.
yTeTT q&eeTT.
MTsT q&esT.
ysT q&esT.
u\TsT q&esT.
nqT q&e&T.
yT q&e<T.
n~ q&e<T.
seTT&T q&e&T.
d q&e<T.
HqT q&eH?
yTeTT q&ee?
MTsT q&es?/e q&ey?
ysT q&es?
u\TsT q&es?
nqT q&e&?
yTq&e<?
n~ q&e<?
seTT&T q&e&?
dq&e<?

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216. Does he walk?


217. Does she walk?
218. Does It walk?
219. Does Rama walk?
220. Does Sita walk?
221. I dont(do not) walk.
222. We dont walk.
223. You dont walk.
224. They dont walk.
225. Boys dont walk.
226. He doesnt walk.
227. She doesnt walk.
228. It doesnt walk.
229. Rama doesnt walk.
230. Sita doesnt walk.
231. Dont I walk?
232. Dont we walk?
233. Dont you walk?
234. Dont they walk?
235 . Dont boys walk?
236. Doesnt he walk?
237. Doesnt she walk?
238. Doesnt it walk?
239. Doesnt Rama walk?
240. Doesnt Sita walk?

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run
read
written
eaten
drunk
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sat
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ran
read
wrote
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run
read
write
eat
drink
go
come
sit
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I am walking.

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We are walking.

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You are walking.

4.

They are walking.

5.

Boys are walking.

6.

He is walking.

7.

She is walking.

8.

It is walking.

HqT q&TdTHqT.
yTeTT q&TdTHeTT.
MTsT q&TdTHsT
ysT q&TdTHsT.
u\TsT q&TdTHsT
nqT q&TdTH&T.
yT q&TdTq~.
n~ q&TdTq~.
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seTT&T q&TdTH&T.
10. Sita is walking.
d q&TdTq~.
11. Am I walking ?
HqT q&TdTHH?
12. Are we walking ?
yTeTT q&TdTHe?
13. Are you walking ?
MTsT q&TdTHs?/e q&TdTHy?
14. Are they walking ?
ysT q&TdTHs?
15. Are boys walking ?
u\TsT q&TdTHs?
17. Is he walking ?
nqT q&TdTH&?
18. Is she walking ?
yT q&TdTq<?
18. Is it walking ?
n~ q&TdTq<?
19. Is Rama walking ?
seTT&T q&TdTH&?
20. Is Sita walking ?
d q&TdTq<?
21. I am not walking ?
HqT q&e&+ <T.
22. We are not /arent (+{) walking.
yTeTT q&e&+<T.
23. You arent walking.
MTsT q&e&+ <T.
24. They arent walking.
ysT q&e&+ <T.
25. Boys arent walking.
u\TsT q&e&+ <T.
26. He isnt(C+{) walking.
nqT q&e&+ <T.
27. She isnt walking.
yT q&e&+ <T.
28. It isnt walking.
n~ q&e&+ <T.
29. Rama isnt walking.
seTT&T q&e&+ <T.
30. Sita isnt walking ?
d q&e&+ <T.
31. Arent (@+{ ) I walking ?
HqT q&e&+ <?
32. Arent we walking ?
yTeTT q&e&+ <?
Rama is walking.

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MTsT q&e&+ <?


ysT q&e&+ <?
u\TsT q&e&+ <?
nqT q&e&+ <?
yT q&e&+ <?
n~ q&e&+ <?
seTT&T q&e&+ <?
d q&e&+ <?

33. Arent you walking ?


34. Arent they walking ?
35. Arent boys walking ?
36. Isnt he walking ?
37. Isnt she walking ?

38. Isnt it walking ?


40. Isnt Sita walking ?

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39. Isnt Rama walking ?

I walked.
We walked.
You walked.
They walked.
Boys walked.

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49.
50.
51.
52.

He walked.
She walked.
It walked.
Rama walked.
Sita walked.
Did I walk?
Did we walk?

HqT q&#qT.
yTeTT q&#eTT.
MTsT q&#sT/e q&#e.
ysTq&#sT.
u\TsT q&#sT.
nqT q&#&T.
yT q&+~.
n~ q&+~.
seTT&T q&#&T.
d q&+~.
HqT q&#H?
yTeTT q&#e?
MTsT q&#s?/e q&#y?
ysT q&#s?
u\TsT q&#s?

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42.
43.
44.
45.

53. Did you walk?


54. Did they walk?
55. Did boys walk?

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Did he walk?
nqT q&#&?
Did she walk?
yT q&+<?
Did it walk?
n~ q&+~.
Did Rama walk?
seTT&T q&#&?
Did Sita walk?
d q&+<?
I didnt/(&&+{/&+{ ) I did not walk
HqT q&e<T.
We didnt walk
yTeTT q&e<T.
You didnt walk.
MTsT q&e <T/e q&e<T.
They didnt walk.
ysT q&e<T.
Boys didnt walk.
u\TsT q&e<T.
He didnt walk.
nqT q&e<T.
She didnt walk.
yT q&e<T.
It didnt walk.
n~ q&e<T.
Rama didnt walk.
seTT&T q&e<T.
Sita didnt walk.
d q&e<T.
Didnt I walk?
HqT q&e <?
Didnt we walk?
yTeTT q&e<?
Didnt you walk?
MTsT q&e <?/e q&e<?
Didnt they walk?
ysT q&e<?
Didnt boys walk?
u\TsT q&e<?
Didnt he walk?
nqT q&e<?
Didnt she walk?
yT q&e<?
Didnt it walk?
n~ q&e<?
Didnt Rama walk?
seTT&T q&e<?

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64.
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d q&e<?
HqT q&TkqT.
yTeTT q&TkeTT.
MTsT q&TksT/e q&Tke.
ysT q&TksT.
u\TsT q&TksT.
nqT q&Tk&T.
yT q&TdT+~.
n~ q&TdT+~.
seTT&T q&Tk&T.
dq&TdT+~.
HqT q&TkH?
yTeTT q&Tke?
MTsT q&Tks?/e q&Tky?
ysT q&Tks?
u\TsT q&TksT?
nqT q&Tk&T?
yT q&TdT+<?
n~ q&TdT+<?
seTT&T q&Tk&?
d q&TdT+<?
HqT q&eqT.
yTeTT q&eeTT.
MTsT q&esT/e q&ee.

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80. Didnt Sita walk?


81. I shall /will walk.
82. We shall/will walk.
83. You will walk.
84. They will walk.
85. Boys will walk.
86. He will walk.
87. She will walk.
88. It will walk.
89. Rama will walk.
90. Sita will walk.
91. Shall I walk?
92. Shall we walk?
93. Will you walk?
94. Will they walk?
95. Will boys walk?
96. Will he walk?
97. Will she walk?
98. Will it walk?
99. Will Rama walk?
100. Will Sita walk?
101. I wont walk.
102. We wont walk.
103. You wont walk.

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ysT q&esT.
u\TsT q&esT.
nqT q&e&T.
yT q&e<T.
n~ q&e&e<T.
seTT&T q&e&T.
d q&e<T.
HqT q&eH?
yTeTT q&ee?
MTsT q&es?e q&ey?
ysT q&es?
u\TsT q&es?
nqT q&e&.?
yT q&e<?
n~ q&e<?
seTT&T q&e&?
d q&e<?
HqT q&Td +{.
MTeTT q&Td +{$T.
q&Td +{]/e q&Td +{$.
ysT q&Td +&].
u\TsT q&Td +&].
nqT q&Td +&qT.
yT q&Td +&qT.

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104. They wont walk.


105. Boys wont walk.
106. He wont walk.
107. She wont walk.
108. It wont walk.
109. Rama wont walk.
110. Sita wont walk.
111. Wont I walk?
112. Wont we walk?
113. Wont you walk?
114. Wont they walk?
115. Wont boys walk?
116. Wont he walk?
117. Wont She walk?
118. Wont It walk?
119. Wont Rama walk?
120. Wont Sita walk?
121. I was walking.
122. We were walking.
123. You were walking.MTsT
124. They were walking.
125. Boys were walking.
126. He was walking.
127. She was walking.
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128. It was walking.


n~ q&Td +&qT.
129. Rama was walking.
seTT&T q&Td +&qT.
130. Sita was walking.
d q&Td +&qT.
131. Was I walking?
HqT q&Td +{H?
132. Were we walking?
yTeTT q&Td +{e?
133. Were you walking?MTsT q&Td +{s?/e q&Td +{y?
134. Were they walking?
ysT q&Td +&s?
135. Were boys walking?
u\TsT q&Td +&s?
136. Was he walking?
nqT q&Td +&H?
137. Was she walking?
yT q&Td +&H?
138. Was It walking?
n~ q&Td +&H?
139. Was Rama walking?
seTT&T q&Td +&H?
140. Was Sita walking?
d q&Td +&H?
141. I wasnt walking.
HqT q&Td +&<T.
142. We werent walking.
yTeTT q&Td +&<T.
143. You werent walking.
MTsT q&Td +&<T
144. They werent walking.
ysT q&Td +&<T.
145. Boys werent walking.
u\TsT q&Td +&<T.
146. He wasnt walking.
nqT q&Td +&<T.
147. She wasnt walking.
yT q&Td +&<T.
148. It wasnt walking.
n~ q&Td +&<T.
149. Rama wasnt walking.
seTT&T q&Td +&<T.
150. Sita wasnt walking.
d q&Td +&<T.
151. Wasnt I walking?
HqT q&Td +&<?
152. Werent we walking?
yTeTT q&Td +&<?
88

MTsT q&Td +&<?


ysT q&Td +&<?
u\TsT q&Td +&<?
nqT q&Td +&<?
yT q&Td +&<?
n~ q&Td +&<?
seTT&T q&Td +&<?
d q&Td +&<?

ns
.

FUTURE TENSE

co

153. Werent you walking?


154. Werent they walking?
155. Werent boys walking?
156. Wasnt he walking?
157. Wasnt she walking?
158. Wasnt it walking?
159. Wasnt Rama walking?
160. Wasnt sita walking?

HqT q&Td +{qT.


yTeTT q&Td +{eTT.

at

io

161. I will be walking.

bl
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162. We will be walking.

an
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163. You will be walking.MTsT q&Td +{sT/e q&Td +{e.


164. They will be walking.

oh

165. Boys will be walking.

.M

166. He will be walking.

w
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167. She will be walking.


168. It will be walking.

169. Rama will be walking.


170. Sita will be walking.
171. Will I be walking?
172. Will we be walking?
173. Will you be walking ?
174. Will they be walking?
89

ysT q&Td +{sT.


u\TsT q&Td +{sT.
nqT q&Td +{&T.
yT q&Td +T+~.
n~ q&Td +T+~.
seTT&T q&Td +{&T.
d q&Td +T+~.
HqT q&Td +{H?
yTeTT q&Td +{e?
MTsT q&Td +{s?
ysT q&Td +{s?

175. Will boys be walking ?


176. Will he be walking ?
177. Will she be walking ?
178. Will it be walking ?
179. Will Rama be walking ?

180. Will Sita be walking ?

u\TsT q&Td +{s?


nqT q&Td +{&?
yT q&Td +{&?
n~ q&Td +T+<?
seTT&T q&Td +{&?
d q&Td +T+<?
HqT q&Td +&qT.
yTeTT q&Td +&eTT.
MTsT q&Td +&sT.
ysT q&Td +&sT.
u\TsT q&Td +&sT.
nqT q&Td +&&T.
yT q&Td +&<T.
n~ q&Td +&<T.
seTT&T q&Td +&&T.
d q&Td +&<T.
HqT q&Td +&H?
yTeTT q&Td +&e?

co

181. I wont be walking.

io

bl
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184. They wont be walking.

at

183. You wont be walking.

ns
.

182. We wont be walking.

an
Pu

185. Boys wont be walking.


186. He wont be walking.

187. She wont be walking.

oh

188. It wont be walking ?

.M

189. Rama wont be walking ?

w
w

190. Sita wont be walking?

191. Wont I be walking?


192. Wont we be walking?

193. Wont you be walking?MTsT q&Td +&s?/e q&Td +&y?


194. Wont they be walking?
195. Wont boys be walking?
196. Wont he be walking?

ysT q&Td +&s?


u\TsT q&Td +&s?
nqT q&Td +&&?
90

197. Wont She be walking?


198. Wont It be walking?
199. Wont Rama be walking?
200. Wont Sita be walking?
201. I walk.

201. We walk.

co

203. You Walk.

ns
.

204. They walk.

io

205. Boys walk.

bl
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206. He walks.

209. Rama walks.

oh

210. Sita walks.

an
Pu

207. she walks.


208. It walks.

.M

211. Do I walk?

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212. Do we walk?

213. Do you walk?


214. Do they walk?
215. Do boys walk?
216. Does he walk?
217. Does she walk?
218. Does It walk?
91

yT q&Td +&<?
n~ q&Td +&<.
seTT&T q&Td +&&?
d q&Td +&<?
HqT (|sE) q&TkqT.
yTeTT q&TkeTT.
e q&Tke./ MTsT q&TksT.
ysT q&TksT.
u\TsT q&TksT.
nqT q&Tk&T.
yT q&TdT+~.
n~ q&TdT+~..
seTT&T q&Tk&T.
d q&TdT+~.
HqT q&TkH?
yTeTT q&Tke?
MTsT q&Tks?/e q&Tky?
ysT q&Tks?
u\TsT q&Tks?
nqT q&Tk&?
yT q&TdT+<?
n~ q&TdT+<?

219. Does Rama walk?


220. Does Sita walk?
221. I dont(do not) walk.
222. We dont walk.
223. You dont walk.

224. They dont walk.

co

225. Boys dont walk.

ns
.

226. He doesnt walk.

at

io

227. She doesnt walk.

an
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bl
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228. It doesnt walk.


229. Rama doesnt walk.
230. Sita doesnt walk.
231. Dont I walk?

oh

232. Dont we walk?

.M

233. Dont you walk?

w
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234. Dont they walk?

235 .Dont boys walk?


236. Doesnt he walk?
237. Doesnt she walk?
238. Doesnt it walk?
239. Doesnt Rama walk?
240. Doesnt Sita walk?

seTT&T q&Tk&?
d q&TdT+<?
HqT q&eqT.
yTeTT q&eeTT.
MTsT q&esT.
ysT q&esT.
u\TsT q&esT.
nqT q&e&T.
yT q&e<T.
n~ q&e<T.
seTT&T q&e&T.
d q&e<T.
HqT q&eH?
yTeTT q&ee?
MTsT q&es?/e q&ey?
ysT q&es?
u\TsT q&es?
nqT q&e&?
yTq&e<?
n~ q&e<?
seTT&T q&e&?
dq&e<?
92

DAY-18
1. 10 words
A Group B Group -

I, We, You, They, Boys


He, She, It, Rama, Sita

|JqTq Table-1 100 verbs rdT=


+~ y\e y\qT | |\+&.

Note: 169e

co

SENTENCES

HqT (|&T / sp) q&TkqT.


(I |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
We walk.
yTeTT (|&T / sp) q&TkeTT.
(We |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
You walk.
MTsT (|&T / sp) q&TksT.
(You |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
They walk.
ysT (|&T / sp) q&TksT.
(They |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
Boys walk.
u\TsT (|&T / sp) q&TksT.
(Boys |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
He walks.
nqT (|&T / sp) q&Tk&T.
(He |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
She walks.
yT (|&T / sp) q&TdT+~.
(She |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
It walks.
n~ (|&T / sp) q&TdT+~.
(It |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)

1. I walk.

io

ns
.

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2.

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3.

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oh

4.

6.

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5.

7.
8.
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seTT&T (|&T / sp) q&Tk&T.


(Rama |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
10. Sita walks.
- d (|&T / sp) q&TdT+~.
(Sita |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
11. Do I walk?
- HqT (|&T/sp) q&TkH?
(I |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
12. Do we walk?
- yTeTT (|&T/sp) q&Tke?
(I |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
13. Do you walk?
- MTsT (|&T/sp) q&Tks?
qTe (|&T/sp) q&Tky?
(You |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
14. Do they walk?
- ysT (|&T/sp) q&Tks?
(They |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
15. Do boys walk?
- u\TsT (|&T/sp) q&Tks?
(Boys |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
16. Does he walk?
- n&T (|&T/sp) q&Tk&?
(He |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
17. Does she walk?
- yT (|&T/sp) q&TdT+<?
(She |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
18. Does it walk?
- n~ (|&T/sp) q&TdT+<?
(It |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
-

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9. Rama walks.

94

seTT&T (|&T/sp) q&Tk&?


(Rama |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
20. Does Sita walk? - d (|&T/sp) q&TdT+<?
(Sita |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
21. I dont walk.
- HqT (|&T/sp) q&eqT?
(I |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
22. We dont walk.
- yTeTT (|&T/sp) q&eeTT?
(We |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
23. You dont walk.
- MTsT (|&T/sp) q&esT?
qTe (|&T/sp) q&ee?
(You |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
24. They dont walk.
- ysT (|&T/sp) q&esT?
(They |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
25. Boys dont walk.
- u\TsT (|&T/sp) q&esT?
(Boys |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
26. He doesnt walk.
- nqT (|&T/sp) q&e&T?
(He |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
27. She doesnt walk. - yT (|&T/sp) q&e<T?
(She |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
28. It doesnt walk.
- n~ (|&T/sp) q&e<T?
(It |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
29. Rama doesnt walk. - seTT&T (|&T/sp) q&e&T?
(Rama |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)

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19. Does Rama walk? -

95

d (|&T/sp) q&e<T?
(Sita |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
31. Dont I walk?
- HqT (|&T/sp) q&eH?
(I |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
32. dont we walk?
- yTeTT (|&T/sp) q&ee?
(We |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
33. Dont you walk?
- MTsT (|&T/sp) q&es?
e (|&T/sp) q&ey?
(You |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
34. Dont they walk? - ysT (|&T/sp) q&es?
(They |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
35. Dont boys walk? - u\TsT (|&T/sp) q&es?
(Boys |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
36. Doesnt he walk? - nqT (|&T/sp) q&e&?
(He |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
37. Doesnt she walk? - yT (|&T/sp) q&e<?
(She |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
38. Doesnt it walk?
- n~ (|&T/sp) q&e<?
(It |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
39. Doesnt Rama walk? - seTT&T (|&T/sp) q&e&?
(Rama |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
40. Doesnt Sita walk? - d (|&T/sp) q&e<?
(Sita |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
-

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30. Sita doesnt walk?

96

DAY-19
SENTENCES (PRESENT CONTINUOUS)

|JqTq Table-1 100 verbs rdT=


+~ y\e y\qT | |\+&.
1. I am walking.
- HqT q&TdTHqT.
(I |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
2. We are walking.
- yTeTT q&TdTHeTT.
(We |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
3. You are walking.
-MTsT q&TdTHsT. / qTe q&TdTHe.
(You |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
4. They are walking. - ysT q&TdTHsT.
(They |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
5. Boys are walking. - u\TsT q&TdTHsT.
(Boys |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
6. He is walking.
- n&T q&TdTH&T.
(He |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
7. She is walking.
- yT q&TdT+~.
(She |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
8. It is walking.
- n~ q&TdT+~.
(It |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
9. Rama is walking.
- seTT&T q&TdTH&T.
(Rama |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)

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Note: ....e

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d q&TdT+~.
(Sita |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
11. Am I walking?
- HqT q&TdTHH?
(I |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
12. Are we walking?
- ysT q&TdTHs?
(We |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
13. Are you walking?
- MTsT q&TdTH
s?/qTe q&TdTH y?
(You |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
14. Are they walking? - ysT q&TdTHs?
(They |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
15. Are boys walking? - u\TsT q&TdTHs?
(Boys |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
16. Is he walking?
- n&T q&TdTH&?
(He |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
17. Is she walking?
- yT q&TdT+<?
(She |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
18. Is it walking?
- n~ q&TdT+<?
(It |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
19. Is Rama walking? - seTT&T q&TdTH&?
(Rama |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
20. Is Sita walking?
- d q&TdT+<?
(Sita |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
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10. Sita is walking.

98

NEGATIVE SENTENCES

HqT q&ef<T.
(I |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
22. We are not walking. - ysT q&ef<T.
(We |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
23. You are not walking. - MTsT q&ef<T / qTe q&ef<T.
(You |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
24. They are not walking. - ysT q&ef<T.
(They |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
25. Boys are not walking. - u\TsT q&ef<T.
(Boys |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
26. He is not walking. - n&T q&ef<T.
(He |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
27. She is not walking. - yT q&ef<T.
(She |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
28. It is not walking.
- n~ q&ef<T.
(It |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
29. Rama is not walking. - seTT&T q&ef<T.
(Rama |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
30. Sita is not walking. - d q&ef<T.
(Sita |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
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21. I am not walking.

99

NEGATIVE QUESTIONS

HqT q&ef<T.
(I |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
32. Arent we walking? - yTeTT q&ef<?
(We |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
33. Arent you walking? - MTsT q&ef<?/qTe q&ef<?
(You |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
34. Arent they walking? - ysT q&ef<?
(They |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
35. Arent boys walking? - u\TsT q&ef<?
(Boys |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
36. Isnt he walking?
- n&T q&ef<?
(He |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
37. Isnt she walking? - yT q&ef<?
(She |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
38. Isnt it walking?
- n~ q&ef<?
(It |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
39. Isnt Rama walking? - seTT&T q&ef<?
(Rama |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
40. Isnt sita walking? - d q&ef<?
(Sita |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)

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31. Am I not (Arent`s+{) walking. -

100

DAY-20
PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS SENTENCES
Note:169e |JqTq Table-1 100 verbs rdT= +~

y\e y\qT | |\+&.


1. I have been walking.- HqT (#d|{q
T+&) q&TdH eHqT.
(I |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)

ns
.

co

2. We have been walking.-yTeTT (#d|{q


T+&) q&TdH eHeTT.
(We |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
3. You have ben walking.-MTsT(#d|{q
T+&) q&TdH eHsT.

bl
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at

io

qTe (#d|{qT+&) q&TdH eHe.


(You |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)

oh

an
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4. They have been walking.-ysT(#d|{q


T+&)q&TdH eHsT.
(They |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
5. Boys have been walking. - u\TsT (#d|{q T+&) q&TdH eHsT.
(Boys |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)

.M

6. He has been walking.-n&T (#d|{q


T+&) q&TdH eH&T.

w
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(He |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)


She has been walking.-yT (#d|{qT+&) q&TdH eq~.
(She |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)
It has been walking.-n~ (#d|{qT+&) q&TdH q~.
(It |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)

7.
8.

9. Rama has been walking.-seTT&T (#d|{q


T+&) q&TdH eH&T.
10.
101

(Rama |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)


Sita has been walking. -d (#d|{qT+&) q&TdH q~.
(Sita |jd 100 verbs 100 y\qT | #|+&)

DAY- 21
Note:173e |JqTq Table-3 100 verbs rdT= +~

y\e y\qT | |\+&.


Have
Has

Walked (V3)

HqT (|&) q&#qT). (100 Verbs)

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1. I have walked (V3)

Walk - Walked - Walked

io

ns
.

(H{: |& n | #<es<T. eTqdT d+<s+ >TsT+f #\T.


HqT q&#qT n | |\+&)

yTeTT (|&) q&#eTT. (100 Verbs)


You have walked (V3) MTsT (|&) q&#sT/qTe (|&) q&#e.(100 Verbs)
They have walked (V3)
ysT (|&) q&#sT. (100 Verbs)
Boys have walked (V3) u\TsT (|&) q&#sT. (100 Verbs)
He has walked (V3)
n&T (|&) q&#&T. (100 Verbs)
She has walked (V3)
yT (|&) q&+~.(100 Verbs)
It has walked (V3)
n~ (|&) q&+~. (100 Verbs)
Rama has walked (V3) seTT&T (|&) q&#&T. (100 Verbs)
Sita has walked (V3)
d (|&) q&+~. (100 Verbs)
Have I walked (V3)?
HqT (|&) q&#H? (100 Verbs)
Have we walked (V3)?
yTeTT (|&) q&#e? (100 Verbs)
Have you walked (V3)?
e (|&) q&#y?/
MTsT (|&) q&#s? (100 Verbs)
Have they walked (V3)?
ysT (|&) q&#s? (100 Verbs)
Have boys walked (V3)? u\TsT (|&) q&#s? (100 Verbs)

bl
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3.

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4.
5.

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6.
7.
9.

10.

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8.

11.

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2. We have walked (V3)

12.
13.
14.
15.

102

n&T (|&) q&#&? (100 Verbs)


Has she walked (V3)?
yT (|&) q&+<? (100 Verbs)
Has it walked (V3)?
n~ (|&) q&+<? (100 Verbs)
Has Rama walked (V3)?seTT&T (|&) q&#&? (100 Verbs)
Has Sita walked (V3)?d (|&) q&+<?
(100 Verbs)
I havent walked (V3).
HqT (|&T) q&e<T. (100 Verbs)
We havent walked (V3). yTeTT (|&T) q&e<T. (100 Verbs)
You havent walked (V3)
e (|&T) q&e<T /
MTsT(|&T) q&e<T. (100 Verbs)
They havent walked (V3) ysT(|&T) q&e<T. (100 Verbs)
Boys havent walked (V3)u\TsT (|&T) q&e<T. (100 Verbs)
He hasnt walked (V3)
n&T (|&T) q&e<T (100 Verbs)
She hasnt walked (V3)
yT (|&T) q&e<T. (100 Verbs)
It hasnt walked (V3)
n~ (|&T) q&e<T. (100 Verbs)
Rama hasnt walked (V3)seTT&T (|&T) q&e<T. (100 Verbs)
Sita hasnt walked (V3)
d (|&T) q&e<T. (100 Verbs)
Havent I walked (V3)?
HqT (|&T) q&e<? (100 Verbs)
Havent we walked (V3)? yTeTT (|&T) q&e<? (100 Verbs)
Havent you walked (V3)?MTsT/qTe (|&T) q&e<? (100 Verbs)
Havent they walked (V3)? ysT (|&T) q&e<? (100 Verbs)
Havent boys walked (V3)?u\TsT (|&T) q&e<? (100 Verbs)
Hasnt he walked (V3)? n&T (|&T) q&e<? (100 Verbs)
Hasnt she walked (V3)? yT (|&T) q&e<? (100 Verbs)
Hasnt it walked (V3)?
n~ (|&T) q&e<? (100 Verbs)
Hasnt Rama walked (V3)? seTT&T (|&T) q&e<? (100 Verbs)
Hasnt Sita walked (V3)? d (|&T) q&e<? (100 Verbs)

25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.

co

34.

ns
.

24.

io

23.

at

22.

bl
ic

21.

an
Pu

20.

oh

19.

.M

18.

w
w

17.

16. Has he walked (V3)?

35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
103

DAY-22
PASSIVE VOICE Note: 173e

sD |j>eTT

|JqTq Table-3 100 verbs rdT=

+~ y\e y\qT | |\+&.

They are advised.

5.

Boys are advised.

6.

He is advised.

7.

She is advised.

8.

It is advised.

9.

Rama is advised.

10.

Sita is advised.

11.

Am I advised?

oh

.M

w
w

Are we advised?

12.

4.

co

You are advised.

ns
.

3.

io

We are advised (V3).

at

2.

13.

Are you advised?

14.

Are they advised?

15.

Are boys advised?

16.

Is he advised?

17.

Is she advised?

18.

Is it advised?

H d\V #sT.
e d\V #sT.
MT d\V #sT.
y] d\V #sT.
u\Ts d\V #sT.
n d\V #sT.
yT d\V #sT.
< d\V #sT.
seTT d\V #sT.
d d\V #sT.
H d\V #s?
e d\V #s?
MT / H d\V #s?
y] d\V #s?
u\Ts d\V #s?
n d\V #s?
yT d\V #s?
< d\V #s?

bl
ic

I am advised (V3).

an
Pu

1.

104

We aren't advised.

23.

You aren't advised.

24.

They aren't advised.

25.

Boys aren't advised.

26.

He isn't advised.

27.

She isn't advised.

28.

It isn't advised.

29.

Rama isn't advised.

30.

Sita isn't advised.

31.

Am I not advised?

32.

Aren't we advised?

33.

Aren't you advised?

34.
35.

w
w

36.

Isn't he advised?

37.

Isn't she advised?

38.

Isn't it advised?

39.

Isn't Rama advised?

40.

Isn't Sita advised?

oh

.M

Aren't they advised?


Aren't boys advised?

105

22.

co

I'm not advised.

ns
.

21.

io

Is Sita advised?

seTT d\V #s?


d d\V #s?
H d\V e<T.
e d\V e<T.
MT/ d\V e<T.
y] d\V e<T.
u\Ts d\V e<T.
n d\V e<T.
yT d\V e<T.
< d\V e<T.
seTT d\V e<T.
d d\V e<T.
H d\V e<?
e d\V e<?
/MT d\V e<?
y] d\V e<?
u\Ts d\V e<?
n d\V e<?
yT d\V e<?
< d\V e<?
seTT d\V e<?
d d\V e<?

at

20.

bl
ic

Is Rama advised?

an
Pu

19.

DAY-23
PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE (PASSIVE FORMS)

Note:173e |JqTq Table-3 100 verbs rdT= +~

y\e y\qT | |\+&.


I am being advised.

2.

We are being advised.

3.

You are being advised.

4.

They are being advised.

5.

Boys are being advised.

6.

He is being advised.

7.

She is being advised.

8.

It is being advised.

9.

Rama is being advised.

10.

Sita is being advised.

11.

Am I being advised?

12.

Are we being advised?

co

ns
.

io

at

bl
ic

an
Pu

oh

.M

w
w

Are you being advised?

13.

H d\V d eHsT.
e d\V d eHsT.
MT d\V d eHsT.
y] d\V d eHsT.
u\Ts d\V d eHsT.
n d\V d eHsT.
yT d\V d eHsT.
< d\V d eHsT.
seTT d\V d eHsT.
d d\V d eHsT.
H d\V d eHs?
e d\V d eHs?
MT/ d\V d eHs?
y] d\V d eHs?
u\Ts d\V d eHs?
n d\V d eHs?
yT d\V d eHs?
< d\V d eHs?

1.

14.

Are they being advised?

15.

Are boys being advised?

16.

Is he being advised?

17.

Is she being advised?

18.

Is it being advised?

106

27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.

co

36.

ns
.

26.

io

25.

at

24.

bl
ic

23.

an
Pu

22.

oh

21.

.M

20.

seTT d\V d eHs?


Is Sita being advised?
d d\V d eHs?
I'm not being advised.
H d\V d e+&<T.
We aren't being advised.
e d\V d e+&<T.
You aren't being advised. MT/ d\V d e+&<T.
They aren't being advised.
y] d\V d e+&<T.
Boys aren't being advised. u\Ts d\V d e+&<T.
He isn't being advised.
n d\V d e+&<T.
She isn't being advised.
yT d\V d e+&<T.
It isn't being advised.
< d\V d e+&<T.
Rama isn't being advised. seTT d\V d e+&<T.
Sita isn't being advised.
d d\V d e+&<T.
Am I not being advised?
H d\V d e+&<?
Aren't we being advised?
MT d\V d e+&<?
Aren't you being advised? /MT d\V d e+&<?
Aren't they being advised?
y] d\V d e+&<?
Aren't boys being advised? u\Ts d\V d e+&<?
Isn't he being advised?
n d\V d e+&<?
Isn't she being advised?
yT d\V d e+&<?
Isn't it being advised?
< d\V d e+&<?
Isn't Rama being advised? seTT d\V d e+&<?
Isn't Sita being advised?
d d\V d e+&<?
Is Rama being advised?

w
w

19.

37.
38.
39.
40.

107

DAY-24
(PRESENT PERFECT TENSE) (PASSIVE FORMS)

|JqTq Table-3 100 verbs rdT=


+~ y\e y\qT | |\+&.
I have been advised.
H (|&) d\V #sT.
We have been advised.
e (|&) d\V #sT.
You have been advised.
/MT (|&) d\V #sT
They have been advised.
y](|&) d\V #sT.
Boys have been advised. u\Ts (|&) d\V #sT.
He has been advised.
n (|&) d\V #sT.
She has been advised.
yT (|&) d\V #sT.
It has been advised.
< (|&) d\V #sT.
Rama has been advised. seTT (|&) d\V #sT.
Sita has been advised.
d (|&) d\V #sT.
Have I been advised?
H (|&) d\V #s?
Have we been advised?
e(|&) dV #s?
Have you been advised? MT/ (|&) d\V #s?
Have they been advised?
y] (|&) d\V #s?
Have boys been advised? u\Ts (|&) dV #s?
Has he been advised?
n (|&) d\V #s?
Has she been advised?
yT (|&) d\V #s?
Has it been advised?
< (|&) d\V #s?

Note: 173e
1.

co

2.

ns
.

3.
4.

at

io

5.

bl
ic

6.

10.
11.
12.

13.

.M

9.

w
w

8.

oh

an
Pu

7.

14.
15.
16.
17.
18.

108

27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.

co

35.

ns
.

26.

io

25.

at

24.

bl
ic

23.

an
Pu

22.

oh

21.

.M

20.

seTT (|&) d\V #s?


Has Sita been advised.
d (|&) d\V #s?
I havent been advised.
H(|&T) d\V e<T.
We havent been advised.
e(|&T) d\V e<T.
You havent been advised. MT/(|&T)d\V e<T
They havent been advised. y](|&T) d\V e<T.
Boys havent been advised. u\Ts(|&T) d\V e<T
He hasnt been advised.
n (|&T) d\V e<T
She hasnt been advised.
yT(|&T) d\V e<T
It hasnt been advised.
< (|&T)d\V e<T
Rama hasnt been advised. seTT(|&T)dV e<T
Sita hasnt been advised.
d(|&T) d\V e<T
Havent I been advised?
H(|&T) d\V e<?
Havent we been advised?
e(|&T)d\V e<?
Havent you been advised?MT/(|&T)d\V e<?
Havent they been advised y](|&T)d\V e<?
Havent boys been advised?u\Ts (|&T) d\V e<?
Hasnt he been advised?
n(|&T) d\V e<?
Hasnt she been advised? yT(|&T) d\V e<?
Hasnt it been advised?
<(|&T) d\V e<?
Hasnt Rama been advised?seTT(|&T) d\V e<?
Hasnt Sita been advised? d(|&T) d\V e<?
Has Rama been advised?

w
w

19.

36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
109

DAY-25
(Simple Past Tense) -ACTIVE VOICE

|JqTq Table-2 100 verbs rdT=


+~ y\e y\qT | |\+&.
I walked (V2) yesterday.
HqT q q&#qT.
We walked (V2) yesterday.
yTeTT q q&#eTT.
You walked (V2) yesterday.
q MTsT q&#sT.
They walked (V2) yesterday.
q ysT q&#sT.
Boys walked (V2) yesterday.
u\TsT q q&#sT.
He walked (V2) yesterday.
q nqT q&#&T.
She walked (V2) yesterday.
q yT q&+~.
It walked (V2) yesterday.
q n~ q&+~.
Rama walked (V2) yesterday.
seTT&T q q&#&T.
Sita walked (V2) yesterday.
d q q&+~.
Did I walk yesterday?
q HqT q&#H?
Did we walk yesterday?
q yTeTT q&#e?
Did you walk yesterday?
q qTe q&#y?
Did they walk yesterday?
ysT q q&#s?
Did boys walk yesterday?
u\TsT q q&#s?
Did he walk yesterday?
n&T q q&#s?
Did she walk yesterday?
q yT q&+<?
Did Rama walk yesterday?
seTT&T q q&#&?

Note: 171e
1.

co

2.

ns
.

3.
4.

at

io

5.

bl
ic

6.

10.
11.
12.

13.

.M

9.

w
w

8.

oh

an
Pu

7.

14.
15.
16.
17.
18.

110

Did Sita walk yesterday?

20.

I didnt walk yesterday.

21.

We didnt walk yesterday.

22.

We didnt walk yesterday.

23.

You didnt walk yesterday.

24.

They didnt walk yesterday.

25.

Boys didnt walk yesterday.

26.

He didnt walk yesterday.

27.

She didnt walk yesterday.

28.

It didnt walk yesterday.

29.

Rama didnt walk yesterday.

30.

Sita didnt walk yesterday.

31.

Didnt I walk yesterday?

32.

Didnt we walk yesterday?

33.

Didnt you walk yesterday?

34.
35.

w
w

36.

Didnt he walk yesterday?

37.

Didnt she walk yesterday?

38.

Didnt it walk yesterday?

39.

Didnt Rama walk yesterday?

40.

Didnt Sita walk yesterday?

co

ns
.
io
at

bl
ic

an
Pu

oh

.M

Didnt they walk yesterday?


Didnt boys walk yesterday?

111

d q q&+<?
q d q&+<?
q HqT q&e<T.
q yTeTT q&e<T.
q qTe/MTsT q&e<T.
q ysT q&e<T.
u\TsT q q&e<T.
n&T q q&e<T.
yT q q&e<T.
n~ q q&e<T.
seTT&T q q&e<T.
d q q&e<T.
q HqT q&e<?
q yTeTT q&e<?
e/MTsT q q&e<?
q ysT q&e<?
q u\TsT q&e<?
q nqT q&e<?
q yT q&e<?
q n~ q&e<?
q seTT&T q&e<?
q d q&e<?

19.

DAY-26
ACTIVE VOICE PAST CONTINUOUS TENSE

|JqTq Table-1 100 verbs rdT=


+~ y\e y\qT | |\+&.
Note: 169e

co

H{: +< q y\ | y 100 verbs |j +


y\qT | |\+&.

ns
.

Note: All the below sentences carry with time factor.


1. I was walking yesterday. (with time factor)

at

bl
ic

2. We were walking yesterday.

io

HqT q q&Td +{.


yTeTT q q&Td +{$T.

an
Pu

3. You were walking yesterday.

MTsT q q&Td +{]/q qTe q&Td e+{$.

oh

4. They were walking yesterday.

.M

ysT q q&Td +&].

w
w

5. Boys were walking yesterday.

u\TsT q q&Td +&].

6. He was walking yesterday.

nqT q q&Td +&qT.


7. She was walking yesterday.

yT q q&Td +&qT.
8. It was walking yesterday.

n~ q q&Td +&qT.
112

9. Rama was walking yesterday.

seTT&T q q&Td +&qT.


10. Sita was walking yesterday.

d q q&Td +&qT.
11. Was I walking yesterday?

co

q q&Td +{H?

ns
.

12. Were we walking yesterday?

at

13. Were you walking yesterday?

io

q yTeTT q&Td +{e?

bl
ic

q MTsT q&Td +&s?/ q e q&Td +{y?

an
Pu

14. Were they walking yesterday?

ysT q q&Td +{s?

oh

15. Were boys walking yesterday?

.M

u\TsT q q&Td +&s?

w
w

16. Was he walking yesterday?

nqT q q&Td +&H?


17. Was she walking yesterday?

yT q q&Td +&H?
18. Was it walking yesterday?

n~ q q&Td +&H?
19. Was Rama walking yesterday?

seTT&T q q&Td +&H?


113

20. Was Sita walking yesterday?

d q q&Td +&H?
21. I wasnt walking yesterday.

HqT q q&Td +&< T .


22. We werent walking yesterday.

co

yTeTT q q&Td +&< T .


e q q&Td +&< T .

bl
ic

ysT q q&Td +&< T .

at

io

24. They werent walking yesterday.

ns
.

23. You werent walking yesterday.

an
Pu

25. Boys werent walking yesterday.

u\TsT q q&Td +&< T .

oh

26. He wasnt walking yesterday.

.M

nqT q q&Td +&< T .

w
w

27. She wasnt walking yesterday.

yT q q&Td +&< T .
28. It wasnt walking yesterday.

n~ q q&Td +&< T .
29. Rama wasnt walking yesterday.

seTT&T q q&Td +&< T .


30. Sita wasnt walking yesterday.

d q q&Td +&< T .
114

31. Wasnt I walking yesterday?

q HqT q&Td +&< ?


32. Werent we walking yesterday?

q yTeTT q&Td +&< ?


33. Werent you walking yesterday?

co

q MTsT q&Td +&< ?

ns
.

34. Werent they walking yesterday?

io

q ysT q&Td +&< ?

bl
ic

u\TsT q q&Td +&s?

at

35. Werent boys walking yesterday?

an
Pu

36. Wasnt he walking yesterday?

nqT q q&Td +&H?

oh

37. Wasnt she walking yesterday?

.M

yT q q&Td +&H?

w
w

38. Wasnt it walking yesterday?

n~ q q&Td +&H?

39. Wasnt Rama walking yesterday?

seTT&T q q&Td +&H?


40. Wasnt Sita walking yesterday?

d q q&Td +&H?
115

DAY-27
Past Perfect Continuous Tense
(Generally used with since & for combinations)

H{: +< q y\ | y 100 verbs |j +


y\qT | |\+&.
|JqTq Table-1 100 verbs rdT=
+~ y\e y\qT | |\+&.

co

Note: 169e

at

2. We had been walking yesterday.

io

q HqT (#d|) q&Td +&.

ns
.

1. I had been walking yesterday.

bl
ic

q yTeTT (#d|) q&Td +{$T.

an
Pu

3. You had been walking yesterday.

q MTsT (#d|) q&Td +{].

oh

4. They had been walking yesterday.

.M

ysT q (#d|) q&Td +&].

w
w

5. Boys had been walking yesterday.

u\TsT q (#d|) q&Td +&].


6. He had been walking yesterday.

n&T q (#d|) q&Td +&qT.


7. She had been walking yesterday.

yT q (#d|) q&Td +&qT.


8. It had been walking yesterday.

n~ q (#d|) q&Td +&qT.

116

9. Rama had been walking yesterday.

seTT&T q (#d|) q&Td +&qT.


10. Sita had been walking yesterday.

d q (#d|) q&Td +&qT.


11. Had I been walking yesterday?
12. Had we been waling yesterday?

io

13. Had you been walking yesterday?

ns
.

q yTeTT (#d|) q&Td +{e?

bl
ic

at

q MTsT (#d|) q&Td +{s?

14. Had they been walking yesterday?

an
Pu

ysT q (#d|) q&Td +&s?


15. Had boys been walking yesterday?

oh

u\TsT q (#d|) q&Td +&s?

.M

16. Had he been walking yesterday?

w
w

nqT q (#d|) q&Td +&s?

17. Had she been walking yesterday?

q yT (#d|) q&Td +&H?

18. Had it been walking yesterday?

q n~ (#d|) q&Td +&H?


19. Had Rama been walking yesterday?

q seTT&T (#d|) q&Td +&H?


117

co

q HqT (#d|) q&Td +{H?

20. Had Sita been walking yesterday?

q d (#d|) q&Td +&H?


21. I hadnt been walking yesterday.

q HqT (#d|) q&Td +&< T .

q e (#d|) q&Td +&< T .

ns
.

23. You hadnt been walking yesterday.

co

q yTeTT (#d|) q&Td +&< T .

22. We hadnt been walking yesterday.

io

24. They hadnt been walking yesterday.

bl
ic

at

ysT q (#d|) q&Td +&< T .

25. Boys hadnt been walking yesterday.

an
Pu

q u\TsT (#d|) q&Td +&< T .


26. He hadnt been walking yesterday.

oh

q nqT (#d|) q&Td +&< T .

.M

27. She hadnt been walking yesterday.

w
w

q yT (#d|) q&Td +&< T .

28. It hadnt been walking yesterday.

q n~ (#d|) q&Td +&< T .

29. Rama hadnt been walking yesterday.

q seTT&T (#d|) q&Td +&< T .


30. Sita hadnt been walking yesterday.

d q (#d|) q&Td +&< T .


118

31. Hadnt I been walking yesterday?

q HqT (#d|) q&Td +&< ?


32. Hadnt we been walking yesterday?

q yTeTT (#d|) q&Td +&< ?

ns
.

34. Hadnt they been walking yesterday?

co

q MTsT (#d|) q&Td +&< ?

33. Hadnt you been walking yesterday?

io

q ysT (#d|) q&Td +&< ?

bl
ic

at

35. Hadnt boys been walking yesterday?

q u\TsT (#d|) q&Td +&< ?

an
Pu

36. Hadnt he been walking yesterday?

oh

q nqT (#d|) q&Td +&< ?

.M

37. Hadnt she been walking yesterday?

w
w

q yT (#d|) q&Td +&< ?


38. Hadnt it been walking yesterday?

q n~ (#d|) q&Td +&< ?

39. Hadnt Rama been walking yesterday?

seTT&T q (#d|) q&Td +&< ?


40. Hadnt Sita been walking yesterday?

d q (#d|) q&Td +&< ?


119

DAY 28
Past Perfect Tense

H{: +< q y\ | y 100 verbs |j +


y\qT | |\+&.
|JqTq Table-3 100 verbs rdT=
+~ y\e y\qT | |\+&.

io

nqT e#eTT+< HqT n& q&#qT.

ns
.

1. I had walked there before he came.

co

Note:173e

at

2. We had walked there before he came.

bl
ic

nqT e#eTT+< yTeTT n& q&#eTT

an
Pu

3. You had walked there before he came.

nqT e#eTT+< e n& q&#e.

oh

4. They had walked there before he came.

.M

nqT e#eTT+< ysT n& q&#sT.

w
w

5. Boys had walked there before he came.

nqT e#eTT+< u\TsT n& q&#sT.

6. He had walked there before she came.

yT e#eTT+< nqT n& q&#&T.


7. She had walked there before he came.

nqT e#eTT+< yT n& q&+~.


8. It had walked there before he came.
120

9. Rama had walked there before he came.

nqT e#eTT+< seTT&T n& q&#&T.


10. Sita had walked there before he came.

nqT e#eTT+<T d n& q&+~.


11. Had I walked there before he came?

ns
.

nqT e#eTT+< yTeTT n& q&#e?

co

12. Had we walked there before he came?

nqT e#eTT+< HqT n& q&#H?

io

13. Had you walked there before he came?

bl
ic

at

nqT e#eTT+< MTsT n& q&#s?

14. Had they walked there before he came?

an
Pu

nqT e#eTT+< ysT n& q&#s?


15. Had boys walked there before he came?

oh

nqT e#eTT+< u\TsT n& q&#s?

.M

16. Had he walked there she came?

w
w

yT e#eTT+< nqT n& q&#&?

17. Had she walked there before he came?

nqT e#eTT+< yT n& q&+<?

18. Had it walked there before he came?

nqT e#eTT+< n~ n& q&+<?


19. Had Rama walked there before he came?

nqT e#eTT+< seTT&T n& q&#&?


121

20. Had Sita walked there before he came?

nqT e#eTT+< d n& q&+<?


21. I hadnt walked there before he came.

nqT e#eTT+<T HqT q&e<T .


nqT e#eTT+<T yTeTT n& q&e<T .

ns
.

nqT e#eTT+<T e n& q&e<T .

co

23. You hadnt walked there before he came.

22. We hadnt walked there before he came.

io

24. They hadnt walked there before he came.

bl
ic

at

nqTe#eTT+<T ysT n& q&e<T .

25. Boys hadnt walked there before he came.

an
Pu

nqT e#eTT+<T u\TsT n& q&e<T .


26. He hadnt walked there before she came.

oh

nqT e#eTT+<T n&T n& q&e<T .

.M

27. She hadnt walked there before he came.

w
w

nqT e#eTT+<T n&T n& q&e<T .

28. It hadnt walked there before he came.

nqT e#eTT+<T n~ n& q&e<T .

29. Rama hadnt walked there before he came.

nqT e#eTT+< seTT&T n& q&e<T .


30. Sita hadnt walked there before he came.

nqT e#eTT+< d n& q&e<T .


122

31. Hadnt I walked there before he came?

nqT e#eTT+< HqT n& q&e<?


32. Hadnt we walked there before he came?

nqT e#eTT+< yTeTT n& q&e<?

co

nqT e#eTT+< MTsT n& q&e<?

33. Hadnt you walked there before he came?

ns
.

34. Hadnt they walked there before he came?

io

nqT e#eTT+< ysT n& q&e<?

bl
ic

at

35. Hadnt boys walked there before he came?

nqT e#eTT+<T u\TsT n& q&e<?

an
Pu

36. Hadnt he walked there before she came?

oh

yT e#eTT+< nqT n& yfifl < ?

.M

37. Hadnt she walked there before he came?

w
w

nqT e#eTT+< yT n& q&e<?


38. Hadnt it walked there before he came?

nqT e#eTT+< n~ n& q&e<?

39. Hadnt Rama walked there before he came?

nqT e#eTT+< seTT&T n& q&e<?


40. Hadnt Sita walked there before he came?

nqT e#eTT+< d n& q&e<?


123

DAY-29
Passive Voice - Simple Past Tense
H{: +< q y\ | y 100 verbs |j +

y\qT | |\+&.
|JqTq Table-3 100 verbs rdT=
+~ y\e y\qT | |\+&.

Note: 173e

co

1. I was advised yesterday.

ns
.

q H d\V #sT.

bl
ic

at

q e d\V #sT.

io

2. We were advised yesterday.


3. You were advised yesterday.

an
Pu

q MT d\V #sT.

4. They were advised yesterday.

oh

q y] d\V #sT.

.M

5. Boys were advised yesterday.

w
w

u\Ts q d\V #sT.

6. He was advised yesterday.

q n d\V #sT.

7. She was advised yesterday.

q yT d\V #sT.
8. It was advised yesterday.

q < d\V #sT.


124

9. Rama was advised yesterday.

q seTT d\V #sT.


10. Sita was advised yesterday.

q d d\V #sT.
11. Was I advised yesterday?

q H d\V #s?

co

12. Were we advised yesterday?

ns
.

q e d\V #s?

at
bl
ic

q MT d\V #s?

io

13. Were you advised yesterday?


14. Were they advised yesterday?

an
Pu

q y] d\V #s?

15. Were boys advised yesterday?

oh

q u\Ts d\V #s?

.M

16. Was he advised yesterday?

w
w

q n d\V #s?

17. Was she advised yesterday?

q yT d\V #s?

18. Was it advised yesterday?

q < d\V #s?


19. Was Rama advised yesterday?

q seTT d\V #s?


125

20. Was Sita advised yesterday?

q d d\V #s?
21. I wasnt advised yesterday.

q H d\V e<T .

22. We werent advised yesterday.

co

q e d\V e<T .

q y] d\V e<T .

bl
ic

at

24. They werent advised yesterday.

io

q MT d\V e<T .

ns
.

23. You werent advised yesterday.

an
Pu

25. Boys werent advised yesterday.

oh

q u\Ts d\V e<T .

.M

26. He wasnt advised yesterday.

w
w

q n d\V e<T .
27. She wasnt advised yesterday.

q yT d\V e<T .

28. It wasnt advised yesterday.

q < d\V e<T .


29. Rama wasnt advised yesterday.

q seTT d\V e<T .


126

30. Sita wasnt advised yesterday.

q d d\V e<T .
31. Wasnt I advised yesterday?

q H d\V e<?
32. Werent we advised yesterday?

co

q e d\V e<?

ns
.

33. Werent you advised yesterday?

bl
ic

q y] d\V e<?

at

34. Werent they advised yesterday?

io

q MT d\V e<?

an
Pu

35. Werent boys advised yesterday?

q u\Ts d\V e<?

oh

36. Wasnt he advised yesterday?

.M

q n d\V e<?

w
w

37. Wasnt she advised yesterday?

q yT d\V e<?

38. Wasnt it advised yesterday?

q < d\V e<?


39. Wasnt Rama advised yesterday?

q seTT d\V e<?


40. Wasnt Sita advised yesterday.

q d d\V e<?
127

DAY-30
Passive Voice Past Continuous Tense

H{: +< q y\ | y 100 verbs |j +


y\qT | |\+&.
|JqTq Table-3 100 verbs rdT=
+~ y\e y\qT | |\+&.

I was being advised yesterday at that time.

io

ns
.

co

Note: 173e

We were being advised yesterday at that time.

bl
ic

at

q H deTjT+ d\V d eHsT.

an
Pu

q e deTjT+ d\V d eHsT.


You were being advised yesterday at that time.
They were being advised yesterday at that time.

.M

oh

q MT deTjT+ d\V d eHsT.

Boys were being advised yesterday at that time.

w
w

q y] deTjT+ d\V d eHsT.


q u\Ts deTjT+ d\V d eHsT.

He was being advised yesterday at that time.

q n deTjT+ d\V d eHsT.


7

She was being advised yesterday at that time.

q yT deTjT+ d\V d eHsT.


128

It was being advised yesterday at that time.

q < deTjT+ d\V d eHsT.


9

Rama was being advised yesterday at that time.

q seTT deTjT+ d\V d eHsT.

co

q d deTjT+ d\V d eHsT.

10 Sita was being advised yesterday at that time.

ns
.

11 Was I being advised yesterday at that time?

q H deTjT+ d\V d eHs?

at

io

12 Were we being advised yesterday at that time?

bl
ic

q e deTjT+ d\V d eHs?

an
Pu

13 Were you being advised yesterday at that time?

q MT deTjT+ d\V d eHs?

oh

14 Were they being advised yesterday at that time?

.M

q y] deTjT+ d\V d eHs?

w
w

15 Were boys being advised yesterday at that time?

q u\TsT deTjT+ d\V d eHs?


16 Was he being advised yesterday at that time?

q nqT deTjT+ d\V d eHs?


17 Was she being advised yesterday at that time?

q yT deTjT+ d\V d eHs?


18 Was it being advised yesterday at that time?

q < deTjT+ d\V d eHs?


129

19 Was Rama being advised yesterday at that time?

q seTT deTjT+ d\V d eHs?


20 Was Sita being advised yesterday at that time?

q d deTjT+ d\V d eHs?

co

q H deTjT+ d\V d +&< T .

21 I wasnt being advised yesterday at that time.

ns
.

22 We werent being advised yesterday at that time.

q e deTjT+ d\V d +&< T .

at

io

23 You werent being advised yesterday at that time.

bl
ic

q MT deTjT+ d\V d +&< T .

an
Pu

24 They werent being advised yesterday at that time.

q y] deTjT+ d\V d +&< T .

oh

25 Boys werent being advised yesterday at that time.

.M

q u\Ts deTjT+ d\V d +&< .


q n deTjT+ d\V d +&< T .

w
w

26 He wasnt being advised yesterday at that time.


27 She wasnt being advised yesterday at that time.

q yT deTjT+ d\V d +&< T .


28 It wasnt being advised yesterday at that time.

q < deTjT+ d\V d +&< T .


29 Rama wasnt being advised yesterday at that time.

q seTT deTjT+ d\V d +&< T .


130

30 Sita wasnt being advised yesterday at that time.

q d deTjT+ d\V d +&< T .


31 Wasnt I being advised yesterday at that time?

q H deTjT+ d\V d +&< ?

co

q e deTjT+ d\V d +&< ?

32 Werent we being advised yesterday at that time?

ns
.

33 Werent you being advised yesterday at that time?

q MT deTjT+ d\V d +&< ?

at

io

34 Werent they being advised yesterday at that time?

bl
ic

q y] deTjT+ d\V d +&< ?

an
Pu

35 Werent boys being advised yesterday at that time?

q u\Ts deTjT+ d\V d +&< ?

oh

36 Wasnt he being advised yesterday at that time?

.M

q n deTjT+ d\V d +&< ?

w
w

37 Wasnt she being advised yesterday at that time?

q yT deTjT+ d\V d +&< ?


38 Wasnt it being advised yesterday at that time?

q < deTjT+ d\V d +&< ?


39 Wasnt Rama being advised yesterday at that time?

q seTT deTjT+ d\V d +&< ?


40 Wasnt Sita being advised yesterday at that time?

q d deTjT+ d\V d +&< ?


131

DAY-31

PASSIVE VOICE PAST PERFECT TENSE

|JqTq Table-3 100 verbs rdT=


+~ y\e y\qT | |\+&.

Note: 173e

I have been advised yesterday morning before came.

We had been advised yesterday morning before he came.

ns
.

co

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+< H d\V #XsT.

You had been advised yesterday morning before he came.

at

io

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+< e d\V #XsT.

They had been advised yesterday morning before he came.

an
Pu

bl
ic

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+< MT d\V #XsT.


q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+< y] d\V #XsT.
Boys had been advised yesterday morning before he came.

oh

He had been advised yesterday morning before you came.

w
w

.M

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+< u\Ts d\V #XsT.

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+< n d\V #XsT.


She had been advised yesterday morning before he came.

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+< yT d\V #XsT.


8

It had been advised yesterday morning before he came.

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+< < d\V #XsT.


9

Rama had been advised yesterday morning before he came.

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+< seTT d\V #XsT.


132

10

Sita had been advised yesterday morning before he came.

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+< d d\V #XsT.


11

Had I been advised yesterday morning before he came?

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+< H d\V #s?


Had we been advised yesterday morning before he came?

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+< e d\V #s?

Had you been advised yesterday morning before he came?

co

13

12

ns
.

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+< MT d\V #s?

Had they been advised yesterday morning before he came?

at

io

14

bl
ic

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+< y] d\V #s?


Had boys been advised yesterday morning before he came?

an
Pu

15

q <jT+ u\TsT e#eTT+< n d\V #s?


16

Had he been advised yesterday morning before she came?

.M

oh

q <jT+ yT e#eTT+< n d\V #s?


17

Had she been advised yesterday morning before he came?

Had it been advised yesterday morning before he came?

18

w
w

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+< yT d\V #s?


q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+< < d\V #s?
19

Had Rama been advised yesterday morning before he came?

q <jT+ seTT&T e#eTT+< n d\V #s?


20

Had Sita been advised yesterday morning before he came?

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+< d d\V #s?


133

21

I hadnt been advised yesterday morning before he came.

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+<T H d\V e<T.


22

We hadnt been advised yesterday morning before he came.

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+<T e d\V e<T.


You hadnt been advised yesterday morning before he came.

They hadnt been advised yesterday morning before he came.

ns
.

24

co

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+<T MT d\V e<T.

23

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+<T y] d\V e<T.

io

Boys hadnt been advised yesterday morning before he came.

at

25

He hadnt been advised yesterday morning before she came.

an
Pu

26

bl
ic

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+<T u\Ts d\V e<T.


q <jT+ yT e#eTT+<T n d\V e<T.
She hadnt been advised yesterday morning before he came.

oh

27

It hadnt been advised yesterday morning before he came.

w
w

28

.M

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+<T yT d\V e<T.


q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+<T < d\V e<T.
Rama hadnt been advised yesterday morning before he came.

29

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+<T seTT d\V e<T.


30

Sita hadnt been advised yesterday morning before he came.

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+<T d d\V e<T.


31

Hadnt I been advised yesterday morning before he came?

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+<T H d\V e<?


134

32

Hadnt we been advised yesterday morning before he came?

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+<T e d\V e<?


33

Hadnt you been advised yesterday morning before he came?

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+<T MT d\V e<?


Hadnt they been advised yesterday morning before he came?

co

34

ns
.

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+<T y] d\V e<?

Hadnt boys been advised yesterday morning before he came?

io

35

bl
ic

at

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+<T u\Ts d\V e<?


Hadnt he been advised yesterday morning before she came?

an
Pu

36

q <jT+ yT e#eTT+<T n d\V e<?


Hadnt he been advised yesterday morning before she came?

oh

37

.M

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+<T yT d\V e<?


Hadnt it been advised yesterday morning before he came?

w
w

38

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+<T < d\V e<?

39

Hadnt Rama been advised yesterday morning before he came?

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+<T seTT d\V e<?


40

Hadnt Sita been advised yesterday morning before he came?

q <jT+ nqT e#eTT+<T d d\V e<?


135

DAY-32
ACTIVE VOICE SIMPLE FUTURE

|JqTq Table-1 100 verbs rdT=


+~ y\e y\qT | |\+&.
Note: 169e

I will walk tomorrow.

2.

We will walk tomorrow.

3.

You will walk tomorrow.

4.

They will walk tomorrow.

5.

Boys will walk tomorrow.

6.

He will walk tomorrow.

7.

She will walk tomorrow

8.

It will walk tomorrow.

9.

Rama will walk tomorrow.

co

w
w

11. Shall I walk tomorrow?

12. Shall we walk tomorrow?


13. Will you walk tomorrow?
14. Will they walk tomorrow?
15. Will boys walk tomorrow?

17. Will she walk tomorrow?


18. Will it walk tomorrow?

ns
.
io
at

bl
ic

an
Pu

oh

.M

10. Sita will walk tomorrow.

16. Will he walk tomorrow?

s| HqT q&TkqT.
s| yTeTT q&TkeTT.
s| MTsT q&TksT.
s| ysT q&TksT.
s| u\TsT q&TksT.
s| nqT q&Tk&T.
s| yT q&TdT+~.
s| n~ q&TdT+~.
s| seTT&T q&Tk&T.
s| d q&TdT+~.
s| HqT q&TkH?
s| d q&TdT+<?
s| MTsT q&Tks?
s| ysT q&Tks?
s| u\TsT q&Tks?
s| n&T q&Tk&?
s| yT q&TdT+<?
s| n~ q&TdT+<?

1.

136

19. Will Rama walk tomorrow?


20. Will Sita walk tomorrow
21. I wont walk tomorrow.
22. We wont walk tomorrow.
23. You wont walk tomorrow.

24. They wont walk tomorrow.

co

25. Boys wont walk tomorrow.

at

io

ns
.

26. He wont walk tomorrow.


27. She wont walk tomorrow.

bl
ic

28. It wont walk tomorrow.

an
Pu

29. Rama wont walk tomorrow.


30. Sita wont walk tomorrow.
31. Wont I walk tomorrow?

oh

32. Wont we walk tomorrow?

w
w

.M

33. Wont you walk tomorrow?


34. Wont they walk tomorrow?

35. Wont boys walk tomorrow?


36. Wont he walk tomorrow?
37. Wont she walk tomorrow?
38. Wont it walk tomorrow?
39. Wont Rama walk tomorrow?
40. Wont Sita walk tomorrow?
137

s| seTT&T q&Tk&?
s| d q&TdT+<?
s| HqT q&eqT.
s| yTeTT q&eeTT.
s| MTsT q&esT.
s| ysT q&esT.
s| u\TsT q&esT.
s| nqT q&e&T.
s| yT q&e<T.
s| n~ q&e<T.
s| seTT&T q&e&T.
s| d q&e<T.
s| HqT q&eH?
s| yTeTT q&ee?
s| MTsT q&es?
s| ysT q&es?
s| u\TsT q&es?
s| nqT q&e&?
s| yT q&e<?
s| n~ q&e<?
s| seTT&T q&e&?
s| d q&e<?

DAY-33
FUTURE CONTINUOUS SENTENCES
(WITH TIME FACTOR 'AT THIS TIME' TO THE EVERY GIVEN SENTENCE)

|JqTq Table-1 100 verbs rdT=


+~ y\e y\qT | |\+&.
Note: 169e

I will be walking tomorrow.(at this time) s| HqT q&Td +{qT.

2.

We will be walking tomorrow.

8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.

co

ns
.

io

at

bl
ic

an
Pu

7.

oh

6.

.M

5.

w
w

4.

s| yTeTT q&Td +{eTT.


You will be walking tomorrow.
s| MTsT q&Td +{sT.
They will be walking tomorrow.
s| ysT q&Td +{sT.
Boys will be walking tomorrow.
s| u\TsT q&Td +{sT.
He will be walking tomorrow.
s| n&T q&Td +{&T.
She will be walking tomorrow.
s| yT q&Td +T+~.
It will be walking tomorrow.
s| n~ q&Td +T+~.
Rama will be walking tomorrow. s| seTT&T q&Td +{&T.
Sita will be walking tomorrow.
s| d q&Td +T+~.
Will you be walking tomorrow?
s| MTsT q&Td +{s?
Will they be walking tomorrow?
s| ysT q&Td +{s?
Will boys be walking tomorrow? s| u\TsT q&Td +{s?
Will he be walking tomorrow?
s| nqT q&Td +{&?
Will she be walking tomorrow?
s| yT q&Td +T+<?
Will it be walking tomorrow?
s| n~ q&Td +T+<?
Will Rama be walking tomorrow? s| seTT&T q&Td +{&?
Will Sita be walking tomorrow?
s| d q&Td +T+<?

3.

1.

138

s| HqT q&Td +&qT.


s| yTeTT q&Td +&eTT.

19. I wont be walking tomorrow.


20. We wont be walking tomorrow.
21. You wont be walking tomorrow.
22. They wont be walking tomorrow.
23. Boys wont be walking tomorrow.

co

24. He wont be waking tomorrow.

s| MTsT q&Td +&sT.


s| ysT q&Td +&sT.
s| u\TsT q&Td +&sT.
s| nqT q&Td +&&T.
s| yT q&Td +&<T.
s| n~ q&Td +&<T.
s| seTT&T q&Td +&&T.
s| d q&Td +&<T.
s| HqT q&Td +&H?
s| yTeTT q&Td +&e?
s| MTsT q&Td +&s?
s| ysT q&Td +&s?
s| u\TsT q&Td +&s?
s| nqT q&Td +&&?
s| yT q&Td +&<?
s| n~ q&Td +&<?

ns
.

25. She wont be walking tomorrow.

at

27. Rama wont be walking tomorrow.

io

26. It wont be walking tomorrow.

bl
ic

28. Sita wont be walking tomorrow.

an
Pu

29. Wont I be walking tomorrow?

30. Wont we be walking tomorrow?

oh

31. Wont you be walking tomorrow?

.M

32. Wont they be walking tomorrow?

w
w

33. Wont boys be walking tomorrow?

34. Wont he be walking tomorrow?


35. Wont she be walking tomorrow?
36. Wont it be walking tomorrow?

37. Wont Rama be walking tomorrow?s|


38. Wont Sita be waking tomorrow?

139

seTT&T q&Td +&&?


s| d q&Td +&<?

DAY34
FUTURE PERFECT SENTENCES

|JqTq Table-3 100 verbs rdT=


+~ y\e y\qT | |\+&.
Note: 173e

I will have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

s| deTj HqT 10 yTfifl q&#d e+{qT.

We will have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time .

co

2.

1.

io

You will have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

at

3.

ns
.

s| deTj yTeTT 10 yTfifl q&#d e+{eTT.

They will have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

an
Pu

4.

bl
ic

s| deTj MTsT 10 yTfifl q&#d e+{sT.


s| deTj ysT 10 yTfifl q&#d e+{sT.
Boys will have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

oh

5.

He will have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

w
w

6.

.M

s| deTj u\TsT 10 yTfifl q&#d e+{sT.


s| deTj nqT 10 yTfifl q&#d e+{&T.
She will have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

7.

s| deTj yT 10 yTfifl q&#d e+T+~.


8.

It will have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

s| deTj n~ 10 yTfifl q&#d e+T+~.


9.

Rama will have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

s| deTj seTT&T 10 yTfifl q&#d e+{&T.


140

10. Sita will have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

s| deTj d 10 yTfifl q&#d e+T+~.


11. Will you have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time?

s| deTj MTsT 10 yTfifl q& e+{s?


s| deTj ysT 10 yTfifl q& e+{s?

12. Will they have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time?

co

13. Will boys have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time?

ns
.

s| deTj u\TsT 10 yTfifl q& e+{s?

at

io

14. Will he have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time?

bl
ic

s| deTj nqT 10 yTfifl q& e+{&?

an
Pu

15. Will she have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time?

s| deTj yT10 yTfifl q& e+T+<?


16. Will it have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time?

.M

oh

s| deTj n~ 10 yTfifl q& e+T+<?


17. Will Rama have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time?

w
w

s| deTj seTT&T 10 yTfifl q& e+{&?

18. Will Sita have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time?

s| deTj d 10 yTfifl q& e+T+<?


19. I wont have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

s| deTj HqT 10 yTfifl q& e+&qT.


20. We wont have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

s| deTj yTeTT 10 yTfifl q& e+&eTT.


141

21. You wont have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

s| deTj MTsT 10 yTfifl q& e+&sT.


22. They wont have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

s| deTj ysT 10 yTfifl q& e+&sT.


s| deTj u\TsT 10 yTfifl q& e+&sT.

23. Boys wont have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

co

24. He wont have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

ns
.

s| deTj n&T 10 yTfifl q& e+&&T.

at

io

25. She wont have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

bl
ic

s| deTj yT 10 yTfifl q& e+&<T.


26. It wont have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

an
Pu

s| deTj n~ 10 yTfifl q& e+&<T.


27. Rama wont have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

oh

s| deTj seTT&T 10 yTfifl q& e+&&T.

.M

28. Sita wont have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time.

w
w

s| deTj d 10 yTfifl q& e+&<T.

29. Wont I have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time?

s| HqT deTj 10 yTfifl q& e+&H?


30. Wont we have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time?

s| yTeTT deTj 10 yTfifl q& e+&e?


31. Wont you have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time?

s| MTsT deTj 10 yTfifl q& e+&s?


142

32. Wont they have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time?

s| ysT deTj 10 yTfifl q& e+&s?


33. Wont boys have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time?

s| u\TsT deTj 10 yTfifl q& e+&s?

co

s| nqT deTj 10 yTfifl q& e+&&?

34. Wont he have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time?

ns
.

35. Wont she have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time?

io

s| yT deTj 10 yTfifl q& e+&<?

at

36. Wont it have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time?

bl
ic

s| n~ deTj 10 yTfifl q& e+&<?

an
Pu

37. Wont Rama have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time?

s| seTT&T deTj 10 yTfifl q& e+&&?

oh

38. Wont Sita have walked 10 miles tomorrow by this time?

w
w

.M

s| d deTj 10 yTfifl q& e+&<?

143

DAY-35
PASSIVE VOICE SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE

|JqTq Table-3 100 verbs rdT=


+~ y\e y\qT | |\+&.
Note: 173e

I will be advised tomorrow.

2.

We will be advised tomorrow.

3.

You will be advised tomorrow.

4.

They will be advised tomorrow.

5.

Boys will be advised tomorrow.

6.

He will be advised tomorrow.

7.

She will be advised tomorrow.

8.

It will be advised tomorrow.

9.

Rama will be advised tomorrow.

co

ns
.

io
at

bl
ic

an
Pu

oh

.M

10. Sita will be advised tomorrow.

w
w

11. Shall I be advised tomorrow?


12. Shall we be advised tomorrow?

13. Will you be advised tomorrow?


14. Will they be advised tomorrow?
15. Will boys be advised tomorrow?
16. Will he be advised tomorrow?
17. Will she be advised tomorrow?

s| H d\V ksT.
s| e d\V ksT.
s| MT d\V ksT.
s| y] d\V ksT.
s| u\Ts d\V ksT.
s| n d\V ksT.
s| yT d\V ksT.
s| < d\V ksT.
s| seTT d\V ksT.
s| d d\V ksT.
s| H d\V ks?
s| e d\V ks?
s| MT d\V ks?
s| y] d\V ks?
s| u\Ts d\V ks?
s| n d\V ks?
s| yT d\V ks?

1.

144

19. Will Rama be advised tomorrow?


20. Will Sita be advised tomorrow?
21. I wont be advised tomorrow.
22. We wont be advised tomorrow.
23. You wont be advised tomorrow.

24. They wont be advised tomorrow.

co

25. Boys wont be advised tomorrow.

io

at

bl
ic

28. It wont be advised tomorrow.

ns
.

26. He wont be advised tomorrow.


27. She wont be advised tomorrow.

an
Pu

29. Rama wont be advised tomorrow.


30. Sita wont be advised tomorrow.
31. Wont I be advised tomorrow?

oh

32. Wont we be advised tomorrow?

.M

33. Wont you be advised tomorrow?

w
w

34. Wont they be advised tomorrow?

35. Wont boys be advised tomorrow?


36. Wont he be advised tomorrow?
37. Wont she be advised tomorrow?
38. Wont it be advised tomorrow?
39. Wont Rama be advised tomorrow?
40. Wont Sita be advised tomorrow?
145

s| seTT d\V ks?


s| d d\V ks?
s| H d\V esT.
s| e d\V esT.
s| MT d\V esT.
s| y] d\V esT.
s| u\Ts d\V esT.
s| n d\V esT.
s| yT d\V esT.
s| < d\V esT.
s| seTT d\V esT.
s| d d\V esT.
s| H d\V es?
s| e d\V es?
s| MT d\V es?
s| y] d\V es?
s| u\Ts d\V es?
s| n d\V es?
s| yT d\V es?
s| < d\V es?
s| seTT d\V es?
s| d d\V es?

DAY-36
PASSIVE VOICE FUTURE PERFECT TENSE

|JqTq Table-3 100 verbs rdT=


+~ y\e y\qT | |\+&.
Note: 173e
1.

I will have been advised tomorrow by this time


We will have been advised tomorrow by this time

3.

ns
.

s| deTj e d\V #d e+{sT.

co

2.

s| deTj H d\V #d e+{sT.

You will have been advised tomorrow by this time


They will have been advised tomorrow by this time

at

4.

io

s| deTj MT d\V #d e+{sT.


5.

bl
ic

s| deTj y] d\V #d e+{sT.


Boys will have been advised tomorrow by this time

6.

an
Pu

s| deTj u\Ts d\V #d e+{sT.


He will have been advised tomorrow by this time

7.

oh

s| deTj n d\V #d e+{sT.


She will have been advised tomorrow by this time.
It will have been advised tomorrow by this time.

w
w

8.

.M

s| deTj yT d\V #d e+{sT.


9.

s| deTj < d\V #d e+{sT.


Rama will have been advised tomorrow by this time.

s| deTj seTT& d\V #d e+{sT.


10. Sita will have been advised tomorrow by this time.

s| deTj d d\V #d e+{sT.


11. Shall I have been advised tomorrow by this time?

s| deTj H d\V #d e+{s?


12. Shall we have been advised tomorrow by this time?

s| deTj e d\V #d e+{s?

146

13. Will you have been advised tomorrow by this time?

s| deTj MT d\V #d e+{s?


14. Will they have been advised tomorrow by this time?

s| deTj y] d\V #d e+{s?


15. Will boys have been advised tomorrow by this time?

s| deTj u\Ts d\V #d e+{s?

co

s| deTj n d\V #d e+{s?

16. Will he have been advised tomorrow by this time?


17. Will she have been advised tomorrow by this time?

ns
.

s| deTj yT d\V #d e+{s?

io

18. Will it have been advised tomorrow by this time?

at

s| deTj < d\V #d e+{s?

bl
ic

19. Will Rama have been advised tomorrow by this time?

s| deTj seTT& d\V #d e+{s?

an
Pu

20. Will Sita have been advised tomorrow by this time?

s| deTj d d\V #d e+{s?

oh

21. I wont have been advised tomorrow by this time.

s| deTj H d\V e+&sT.

.M

22. We wont have been advised tomorrow by this time.

w
w

s| deTj e d\V e+&sT.


23. You wont have been advised tomorrow by this time.

s| deTj MT d\V e+&sT.

24. They wont have been advised tomorrow by this time

s| deTj y] d\V e+&sT.


25. Boys wont have been advised tomorrow by this time.

s| deTj u\Ts d\V e+&sT.


26. He wont have been advised tomorrow by this time.

s| deTj n d\V e+&sT.


147

27. She wont have been advised tomorrow by this time.

s| deTj yT d\V e+&sT.


28. It wont have been advised tomorrow by this time.

s| deTj < d\V e+&sT.


29. Rama wont have been advised tomorrow by this time.

s| deTj seTT& d\V e+&sT.


30. Sita wont have been advised tomorrow by this time.

co

s| deTj d d\V e+&sT.

31. Wont I have been advised tomorrow by this time?

ns
.

s| deTj H d\V e+&s?

io

32. Wont we have been advised tomorrow by this time?

at

s| deTj e d\V e+&s?

bl
ic

33. Wont you have been advised tomorrow by this time?

s| deTj MT d\V e+&s?

an
Pu

34. Wont they have been advised tomorrow by this time?

s| deTj y] d\V e+&s?

oh

35. Wont boys have been advised tomorrow by this time?

s| deTj u\Ts d\V e+&s?

.M

36. Wont he have been advised tomorrow by this time?

w
w

s| deTj n d\V e+&s?


37. Wont she have been advised tomorrow by this time?

s| deTj yT d\V e+&s?

38. Wont it have been advised tomorrow by this time?

s| deTj < d\V e+&s?


39. Wont Rama have been advised tomorrow by this time?

s| deTj seTT& d\V e+&s?


40. Wont Sita have been advised tomorrow by this time?

s| deTj d d\V e+&s?


148

DAY-37
PRESENT TENSE
(Active Voice & Passive Voice)

H{: | yeTTqT s+&TksT | |\eqT.


ACTIVE VOICE
1. I walk.
Do I walk?

3.

I dont walk.

4.

Dont I walk?

5.

He walks.

6.

Does he walk?

7.

He doesnt walk.

8.

Doesnt he walk?

9.

I am walking.

bl
ic

an
Pu

oh

10. Am I walking?

.M

11. I am not walking.

w
w

12. Am I not walking?

13. I have (Ive) walked.


14. Have I walked?
15. I havent walked.
16. Havent I walked?
17. He has (Hes) walked.
18. Has he walked?
19. He hasnt walked.
149

at

io

ns
.

co

2.

HqT (|&T) q&TkqT.


HqT (|&T) q&TkH?
HqT (|&T) q&eqT.
HqT (|&T) q&eH?
nqT (|&T) q&Tk&T.
nqT (|&T) q&Tk&?
nqT (|&T) q&e&T.
nqT (|&T) q&e&?
HqT q&Td HqT.
HqT q&TdTHH?
HqT q&e&+ <T.
HqT q&e&+ <?
HqT (|&) q&#qT.
HqT (|&) q&#H?
HqT (|&) q&#H?
HqT (|&) q&e<?
nqT (|&) q&#&T.
nqT (|&) q&#&?
nqT (|&) q&e<T.

nqT (|&) q&e<?


I have been walking.
HqT (#d|{>) q&TdHeHqT.
Have I been walking?HqT (#d|T+) q&TdH eHH?
I havent been walking. HqT (#d|T+) q&e&+<T.
Havent I been walking? HqT (#d|T+) q&e&+ <?
He has been walking. nqT (#d|T+) q&TdTH&T.
Has he been walking? nqT (#d|T+) q&TdTH&?
He hasnt been walking. nqT (#d|T+) q&e&+<T.
Hasnt he been walking. nqT (#dT+) q&e&+<?

23.
24.
25.
26.
27.

at

io

28.

co

22.

ns
.

21.

20. Hasnt he walked?

bl
ic

PASSIVE FORMS
30. Am I blamed?

an
Pu

29. I am advised.

oh

31. I am not advised?

.M

32. Am I not advised?

w
w

33. I am being advised.


34. Am I being advised?

35. I am not being advised.


36. Am I not being advised?
37. I have been advised.
38. Have I been advised?
39. I havent been advised.
40. Havent I been advised?

H (sEq) d\V #sT.


qqT (sEq) <w+#s?
H (sEq) d\V e<T.
H (sEq) d\V e<?
H d\V d HsT.
H d\V d Hs?
H d\V d +&<T.
H d\V d +&<?
H (|&) d\V #sT.
H (|&) d\V #s?
H (|&) d\V e<T.
H (|&) d\V e<?
150

PAST TENSE`u\eTT
ACTIVE VOICE
1.

HqT q&#qT.
Did I walk?
HqT q&#H?
I didnt walk.
HqT q&e<T.
Didnt I walk?
HqT q&e<?
He walked.
nqT q&#&T.
Did he walk?
nqT q&#&?
He didnt walk.
nqT q&e<T.
Didnt he walk?
nqT q&e<?
I was walking.
HqT q&Td +{.
Was I walking?
HqT q&Td +{H?
I wasnt walking.
HqT q&Td +&<T.
Wasnt I walking?
HqT q&Td +&<T.
I had walked befor he came. nqT e#eTT+< HqT q&#qT.
Had I walked before he came? nqT e#eTT+< HqT q&#H?
I walked.

2.

3.

co

4.

ns
.

5.

io

6.

11.
12.
13.

14.

oh

10.

.M

9.

w
w

8.

an
Pu

bl
ic

at

7.

15. I hadnt walked before he came. nqT e#eTT+< HqT q&e<T .


16. Hadnt I walked before he came?nqT e#eTT+< HqT q&e<?
17. I had been walking.
18. Had I been walking?
19. I hadnt been walking.
151

HqT (#d|) q&Td +{.


HqT (#d|) q&Td +&<T.
HqT (#d|) q&Td +&<T.

PASSIVE VOICE

HqT (#d| q&Td) +&<?


I was advised.
H (q) d\V #sT.
Was I advised.
H (q) d\V ##s?
I wasnt advised.
H (q) d\V e<T.
Wasnt I advised?
H (q) d\V e<?
I was being advised.
H d\V d +&].
Was I being advised?
H d\V d +&].
I wasnt being advised.
H d\V d +&<T.
Wasnt I being advised?
H d\V d +&<?
I had been advised.
H (n|&) d\V #sT.
Had I been advised?
H (n|&) d\V #s?
I hadnt been advised.
H (n|&) d\V e<T.
Hadnt I been advised?
H (n|&) d\V e<?

27.
28.
29.
30.
31.

co

w
w

.M

32.

ns
.

26.

io

25.

at

24.

bl
ic

23.

an
Pu

22.

oh

21.

20. Hadnt I been walking?

FUTURE TENSE

ACTIVE VOICE
1.

I shall walk.

2.

Shall I walk?

3.

I wont walk.

4.

Wont I walk?

5.

I will be walking.

HqT q&TkqT.
HqT q&TkH?
HqT q&eqT.
HqT q&eH?
HqT q&Td +{qT.
152

HqT q&Td +{H?


I wont be walking.
HqT q&Td +&qT.
Wont I be walking?
HqT q&Td +&H?
I shall have walked.
HqT (n|{) q&+{qT.
Shall I have walked?
HqT (n|{) q& +{H?
I wont have walked.
HqT (n|{) q&+&qT.
Wont I have walked?
HqT (n|{) q& +&H?
I will have been walking.
HqT q&Td +{qT.
Will I have been walking.
HqT q&Td +{H?
I wont have been walking.
HqT q&Td +&qT.
Wont I have been walking?
HqT q&iTd +&H?

12.
13.
14.
15.
16.

co

11.

ns
.

10.

io

9.

at

8.

bl
ic

7.

Will I be walking?

an
Pu

6.

oh

PASSIVE VOICE

.M

17. I shall be advised.

w
w

18. Shall I be advised?

19. I wont be advised?


20. Wont I be advised?

H (s|) d\V ksT.


H (s|) d\V ks?
H (s|) d\V esT.
H (s|) d\V es?

21. I shall have been advised.H (s| b{) d\V +{sT.


22. Shall I have been advised?H (s| b{) d\V +{s?

23. I wont have been advised.H (s| b{) d\V +&sT .


24. Wont I have been advised?H (s| b{) d +&sT .
153

DAY-38

H{: | yeTTqT s+&TksT | |\eqT.

Does he speak English?

3.

He doesnt speak English.

4.

Doesnt he speak English.

5.

I am selling fruits.

6.

Am I selling fruits.

7.

He isnt selling fruits.

8.

Isnt he selling fruits?

9.

He has written a letter.

co

2.

ns
.

He speaks English.

oh

an
Pu

bl
ic

at

io

1.

PRESENT TENSE

.M

10. Has he written a letter?

w
w

11. He hasnt written a letter.

12. Hasnt he written a letter?


13. Rama has been living there for two years.
14. Has Rama been living there for two years.
15. Rama hasnt been living there for two years.
16. Hasnt Rama been living there for two years.
154

PAST TENSE
17. He killed the dog.
18. Did he kill the dog?
19. He did not (didnt) kill the dog.

co

20. Didnt he kill the dog?

io

at

22. Was he listening to the song?

ns
.

21. He was listening to the song.

bl
ic

23. He wasnt listening to the song.

an
Pu

24. Wasnt he listening to the song?

oh

25. He had finished the work.

.M

26. Had he finished the work?

w
w

27. He hadnt finished the work.

28. Hadnt he finished the work?


29. He had been living there for two years.
30. Had he been living there for two years?
31. He hadnt been living there for two years.
32. Hadnt he been living there for two years.
155

FUTURE TENSE
33. He will read the novel.
34. Will he read the novel?

35. He wont read the novel.

co

36. Wont he read the novel?

ns
.

37. He will be beating a rogue.

at

io

38. Will he be beating a rogue?

bl
ic

39. He wont be beating a rogue.

an
Pu

40. Wont he be beating a rogue?

oh

41. He will have taught the students.

.M

42. Will he have taught the students?

w
w

43. He wont have taught the students.

44. Wont he have taught the students?


45. He will have been living there for two years.
46. Will he have been living there for two years.
47. He wont have been living there for two years.
48. Wont he have been living there for two years.

156

DAY - 39
SENTENCES WITH QUESTION WORDS

H{: | yeTTqT s +&TksT | |\eqT.


1.

H e @$T{?
I am a teacher.
HqT b<jTT&qT.
What are you?
MT e @$T{?
You are a scientist.
MTsT XgE&T .
What is he?
n e @$T{?
He is a tailor.
n <y &T.
Why are you coming here? m+<T MTsT & edTH
sT?
Why are they living there? m+<T ysT n& eddT H
sT?
Where are you?
MTs& HsT?
Where is he working?
nqT m& |#dT H &T?
Where are they going now? ysT |&T m& yfi H
sT?
When do you come here?
MTsT & m|&T eksT ?
When is she taking her exam?yT m|&T q | ydTq
~?
How are you?
m HsT?
How does he come there?
nqT n& m \Tk&T ?
What am I?

2.

co

3.

ns
.

4.

io

5.

10.
11.

12.

oh

9.

.M

8.

w
w

7.

an
Pu

bl
ic

at

6.

13.
14.
15.

16. How much money do you take?

m+ &T MTsT rdT+{sT?


157

17. How much work have you completed till now?

+ es qTe m+ | |P] #Xe?


18. How far is your house from this place?

&qT+& MT \T m+ <s+ eq~?

19. How long do you sleep, please get up?

io

MT m+eT+~ |\\ T?

ns
.

20. How many children do you have?

co

m+d| e < be? .

bl
ic

at

21. How many books did you borrow from our library?

eTq qT+& m |d \qT n| rdTHe?

an
Pu

22. What kind of article is this?

oh

edTe @ se TT?

.M

23. What kind of job do you have in America?

w
w

nyT] @ sy T q <>eTT +~?


24. What type of person is he?

nqT @ se TT eTw?

25. What sort of answer is this?

~ @ sy T q de<qeTT?
26. Learn either French or German.

sH |+ #Y HsT .
158

27. The fruit is neither sweet nor good looking.

|+&T sT> <T . ##T u><T .


28. I like both Cricket and Hockey.

H {, V s +& wy T .

ns
.

30. I do not care whether you come or go.

co

nqT <q e+T&q qT d+weTT> &T .

29. Though he is rich, yet he is unhappy.

io

e eH ds , sqq ds , H +< T .

bl
ic

at

31. I like not only Cricket , but also Hockey.

H { eyT , V nH L& wy T

an
Pu

32. How long = time, duration

oh

How far = place, distance

.M

Ex: 1. It is a long way from here to there.

w
w

2. It is not far from here to there.

3. Is it far from here to theree?

159

DAY-40
ACTIVE VOICE - PASSIVE VOICE

s] |j>eTT ` sD |j>eTT
s (Subject) bs+uyTq yeTT. BjT+<T s
(Subject) @ | #jTT#Tq<, | yeTTq
b<qeTT e&TqT.

Passive Voice:

s (Object) bs+uy T q yeTT. \T>T qqT


H+{ ~rjT $ |<e TT\ bs+ue TjT
yeTT\+<T Passive VoiceqT |j+TsT.
yeTTq Object n eTTKeTT> qT+&TqT. BjT+<T
Object < b+<T#Tq< #|&TqT.

an
Pu

bl
ic

at

io

ns
.

co

Active Voice :

: Subject #d

| *| verb form. < Subject


@yTH ]q#, < *jTCd Verb form.

oh

Voice

.M

Active Voice qT+& Passive Voice q

2.

w
w

*> esT\T
Active voice qT+& Passive Voice q yeTT e]q|&T,
yeTT Verb q V3 (Past Participle) form e#TqT.
= d+<s\ subject mes #|e\dq neds+ +&<T.
n+{ deTj\ Passive Voice |j+TsT.
<: 1. Pakistani ship was wrecked.

1.

yeTT\T es|&T

2. The temple was built long ago.


160

= d+<s\ verb jTT s|eTT Passive Voice e


+&qqT n~ Passive Voice <T.
<: Rama is gone.
& is gone nH~ passive voice ><T. 'go' past participle
jT gone. 'go' nqTq~ intransitive verb. 'go' object <T.
n+<T B passive voice <T.
= ds jT\ (transitive verbs) jTT s|eTT active
voice s | e TTq+< T qqT y{ passive voice e
|j+TsT.
<: 1. Rose smells sweet (is sweet when it is smelt)

3.

at

io

ns
.

co

4.

bl
ic

2. Mango tastes fine (is fine when tasted)


Active Voice subject, passive voice object >

esTqT.
eT]jTT active voice object, passive voice subject >
esTT+~. n+f subject, object >qT, object, subject >qT
esTT+~.
<: Rama killed Ravana (AV)

.M

oh

an
Pu

5.

w
w

(Subject)

(Object)

6.

Ravana was killed by Rama

dVjT jT (be) am, are, is was, were, been, being qT main


verb eTT+<T +#*.
<: He gave me a biscuit (AV)
I was given a biscuit by him.

7.

Active Voice subject sTy 'by'

<:
161

#s*.

Arjuna killed Karna (AV)


Karna was killed by Arjuna (P.V.)

8.

Active voice 12 tenses

essTT.

8 eyT passive voice

(1) Future continuous tense, (2) Present Perfect

Continuous Tense (3) Past Perfect Continuous Tense, (4) Future


Perfect Continuous Tense

essTT.

nqT yeTT\T e.
Active Voice imperative sentence qsTT yeTT
passive voice 'Let' bs+ueTT+~.
<:1. Close the door (AV)

ns
.

Let the door be closed (PV)


Open the window (AV)

co

9.

io

2.

yeTTqT imperative sentence n n+<TsT. ~


ordering (command) > > request s|+ > +T+~.
<: 1. Speak the truth (AV)
You are addvised to speak the truth (PV)
Bring the chair (AV)
You are ordered to bring the chair (PV)
Shut the door (AV)
Let the door be shut (PV)
Bring coffee (PV)
Let coffee be brought (PV)
Sing a song (AV)
Let a song be sung (PV)
Come here (AV)
You are ordered to come here (PV)
Go there (AV)
You are ordered to go there (PV)
Sing, please (AV)
You are requested to sing (PV)

w
w

.M

3.

an
Pu

2.

bl
ic

Subject

oh

10.

at

Let the window be opened (PV)

4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

162

9.

Look here, please (AV)


You are requested to look here (PV)

11.

Active voice

|X do, does or did bs+uyT, passive


voice |X as, is, are bs+ueTeT+~.
<: 1. Do you take tea? (AV)
Is tea taken by you? (PV)

Did you write a letter? (AV)

co

2.

when, how +{ question words ed,


Passive Voice L& n< $<+> |X edT+~.
<: 1. When do you eat food (AV)
Active voice

bl
ic

at

io

12.

ns
.

Was the letter written by you?(PV)

Where is food eaten by you? (PV)


How did you kill her? (AV)

an
Pu

2.

How was she killed by you? (PV)

|X 'who' bs+uyT Passive Voice


'by whom' bs+ueTT+~.
<: 1. Who writes this book? (AV)

oh

Active voice

w
w

.M

13.

2.

By whom is this book written? (PV)


Who told her? (AV)
By whom was she told? (PV)

14. +~ phrases with, to, at \qT y&*. 'by' y&s<T.


<: 1. Please with
2.
163

Satisfied with

4.

Annoyed at

5.

Vexed at (with)

6.

Known to

7.

Crowded with

8.

Interested in

Disgusted with

The boy's work pleased the teacher. (AV)

co

1.

3.

He satisfied his master (AV)

io

2.

ns
.

The teacher was pleased with the boy's work (PV)

I know you (AV)

bl
ic

3.

at

His master was satisfied with him (PV)

4.

an
Pu

You are known to me (PV)


You knew him (AV)
He was known to you (PV)
Passengers crowded the bus (AV)

oh

5.

His behaviour annoys me (AV)

w
w

6.

.M

The bus was crowded with the passengers (PV)

I am annoyed at his behaviour (PV)

7.

He vexed Ravi (AV)


Ravi was vexed at him (PV)

8.

This interests me (AV)


I am interested in that (PV)

9.

People throng the street (AV)


The streets are thronged with the people (PV)
164

15.

Active voice |X

s|+ +&q# Passive voice L& |X


s|+ +&*. nq> helping verb qT yeTT yTT<f
yj*.
<: Was he doing the job (AV)
Was the job being done by him?(PV)

co

obj1

obj2

io

Active voice qT+& Passive voice > pronouns

at

17.

verb

a book

ns
.

sub

16. =k] s+&T \T L& +&TqT.


<: He
gives
me

ACTIVE

2)

We

3)

You

4)

They

me

2)

Us

3)

You
Then

5)

Boys

5)

Boys

6)

He

6)

Him

7)

She

7)

Her

8)

It

8)

It

9)

Rama

9)

Rama

.M

1)

w
w

oh

PASSIVE

4)

10) Sita
165

an
Pu

1)

bl
ic

esTqT. Nouns eyT ese.

10) Sita

+~ $<+>

> esT#Tq< >eT+#+&.

PASSIVE

ACTIVE

PASSIVE

Shall

Shall be

Would

Would be

Will

Will be

Could

Could be

May

May be

Need

Need be

Might

Might be

To

To be

Must

Must be

Let

Can

Can be

Ought to

Ought to be

Dare

Dare be

Used to

Used to be

Should

Should be

Who

By whom

Must

Had it

ns
.

io

bl
ic

PASSIVE
have been
has been

had

had been

will have

wil have been

have to

have to be

has to

has to be

had to

had to be

will have to

will have to be

would have to

would have to be

w
w

has

.M

have

$<qeTT

oh

ACTIVE

Let be

an
Pu

19. been/be e#

ACTIVE

co

'Be' \ 'be' form

at

18.

166

20.

Verb + be form \d

+~ $<+> e#TqT.

ACTIVE

PASSIVE

Advise (V1)

am advised (V3)
are advised (V3)
is advised (V3)

Advised (V2)

was advised (V3)

Advises (V1)

co

were advised (V3)

will be advised (V3)

advising

being advised (V3)

have addvised (V3)

have been advised (V3)

has advised (V3)

has bee advised (V3)

bl
ic

at

io

ns
.

Will advise

will have been advised (V3)

had advised

had been addvised (V3)

an
Pu

Will have advised (V3)

Rama loves Sita (AV)

.M

1.

e# Sentences.

oh

21. Passive voice

Sita is loved by Rama (PV)


Rama is loving Sita (AV)

w
w

2.
3.

Sita is being loved by Rama (PV)


Rama will love Sita (AV)
Sita will be loved by Rama (PV)

4.

Rama loved Sita (AV)


Sita was loved by Rama (PV)

5.

Rama was loving Sita (AV)


Sita was being loved by Rama (PV)

167

6.

Rama has loved Sita (AV)


Sita has been loved by Rama (PV)

7.

Rama had loved Sita (AV)


Sita had been loved by Rama (PV)

8.

Rama will have loved Sita (AV)

\+<T +~ $<> yeTT\T

ns
.

22. Order of Command

co

Sita will have been loved by Rama (PV)

at

Shut the door (AV)

bl
ic

1.

io

+&TqT.

Let the door be shut (PV)


Bring Coffee (AV)

an
Pu

2.

Let coffee be brought (PV)


Sing a song (AV)

oh

3.

Come here (AV)

w
w

4.

.M

Let a song be sing (PV)

You are ordered to come here (PV)

5.

Go there (AV)
You are ordered to go thee (PV)

Request:
6.

Sing, please (AV)


You are requested to sing (PV)
168

TABLE-1
ACTIVE VOICE - VERBS (100)

w
w

.M

oh

an
Pu

24.
25.
169

co

b{&T
+|
m>TsT
eTsbe
ujT|&T
yfifl
#T
}V+#T
ueTTb+<T
n_q+~+#T
y&T
|T=qT
V+#T
|eTT*Z+#T
nqT]+#T
*jTCjTT
<
\TdT=qT
qT
#+|
#&T
$&|T
<]#|
w|&T
qe

ns
.

Vs>T
kqeTT#jTT
b|T
rdT=e#T
=T
s#T
qeTT
seTT
|\T#T
X|+#T
q\>>=T
Congratulate n_q+~+#T
Drink
>T
Dig
e
Do
#jTT
dream
\>qT
Doubt
d+<V+#T
Eat
qT
Encourage bV+#T
Enjoy
q+~+#T

Fight
Fill
Fly
Forget
Fear
Go
Give
Guess
Gain
Greet
Hang
Hold
Invite
Irritate
Imitate
Intimate
Jump
Know
Kick
Kill
Look
Leave
Lead
Like
Laugh

io

VsTbe

26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.

at

\T|
d\V#T
|=qT
deT+#T

bl
ic

Add
Advise
Agree
Accept
Absent
Attend
Bathe
Bury
Bring
Beat
Bite
Believe
Come
Call
Curse
Crush

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.

Promise

55.

Pay

56.

Prove

57.

Pain

58.

Prepare

59.

Push

60.

Preserve

61.

Read

62.

Run

63.

Respect

64.

Rend

65.

Sit

66.

Stand

67.

Speak

68.

Sleep

70.

oh

.M

w
w
Spend

69.

78.

Seek

79.

Swear

|eD+#jTT

80.

Swim

81.

Study

82.

Show

83.

Start

84.

Starve

85.

Take

86.

Throw

<T
#<Te
#|T
jT\T<sT
*e+&T
rdT=qT
$d]yjTT
u~+#T
+#T
#|
D#T
|jT+#T
ns+#dT=qT
yjTT
q&Te
&T>T
>\T#T
<]+#T
sT
V#]+#T
+>sT|&T

87.
88.

Sell

71.

Sing

72.

Shake

73.

Steal

74.

Send

75.

Smell

54.

Say

co

Marry

77.

T&T#T
#|
y<

ns
.

53.

Sweep

io

Love

76.

at

52.

ed+#T
|$T+#T
|[fl#dT=
y>q+#jTT
#*+#T
s|+#T
u<|&T
jsT#jTT
> +T
C>#jTT
#<Te
|sT>T
>s$+#T
N\T
Ls=qT
\&T
e{&T
~+#T
KsT#jTT
neTT
b&T
<\T
<=+>*+#T
|+|
ydq##T

Teach

bl
ic

Live

an
Pu

51.

Think

89.

Tell

90.

Train

91.

Try

92.

Understand

93.

Write

94.

Walk

95.

Wash

96.

Win

97.

Wear

98.

Want

99.

Warn

100. Worry

170

TABLE-2
PAST TENSE- VERBS (100)

.M

w
w

171

an
Pu

b{&q T
+|qT
msqT
eT]bjTqT
uj
T |&q T
yfifl qT
#qT
}V+#qT
ue TTb+<qT
n_q+~+#qT
y&qT
|T=HqT
V+#qT
|eTT *+#qT
nqT]+#qT
*jTCdqT
< qT
*d=HqT
H qT
#+|qT
#dqT
$&|fq T
<]#|qT
w| & q T
qyqT

at

io

ns
.

co

26. fought
27. filled
28. flew
29. forgot
30. feared
31. went
32. gave
33. guessed
34. gained
35. greeted
36. hung/hanged
37. held
38. invited
39. irritated
40. imitated
41. intimated
42. jumped
43. knew
44. kicked
45. killed
46. looked
47. left
48. led
49. liked
50. laughed

bl
ic

*|qT
d\V#qT
|=HqT
deT+#qT
VsT<T
VsjT qT
kqeTT#dqT
b|fq T
rdT=e#qT
=fq T
=i qT/]#qT
qyTqT
e#qT
|*#qT
X|+ #qT
q\>>=fq T
n_q+~+#qT
>qT
y qT
#dqT
\>Hq T
d+<V +#qT
HqT
bV+#qT
q+~+#qT

oh

1. added
2. advised
3. agreed
4. accepted
5. absented
6. attended
7. bathed
8. buried
9. brought
10. beat
11. bit
12. believed
13. came
14. called
15. cursed
16. crushed
17. congratulated
18. drank
19. dug
20. did
21. dreamt
22. doubted
23. ate
24. encouraged
25. enjoyed

w
w

an
Pu

oh

co

T&#q T
#|qT
y~ qT
|eDeTT #dqT
<qT
#~yqT
#|fq T
jT\T<s qT
*e+&qT
rdT=HqT
$d]ydqT
u~+#qT
+#qT
#|qT
D #qT
|jT +#qT
nse TT # d T =HqT
ydqT
q&#q T
&> qT
> *#qT
<] +#qT
sT=HqT
V#]+#qT
+>sT|&q T

at

io

ns
.

76. swept
77. said
78. sought
79. swore
80. swam
81. studied
82. showed
83. started
84. starved
85. took
86. threw
87. taught
88. thought
89. told
90. trained
91. tried
92. understood
93. wrote
94. walked
95. washed
96. won
97. wore
98. wanted
99. warned
100.worried

bl
ic

ed+#qT
|$T+#qT
|[fl#d T =HqT
y>qeTT #dqT
#*+ #qT
s|+#qT
u<| & q T
j sT#dqT
> +fqT
C># dqT
#~yqT
|sT > q T
>s$+#qT
NqT
Ls=HqT
\&qT
eT{&q T
~+#qT
KsT#dqT
nyTqT
b&qT
< qT
<=+*+#qT
|+|qT
ydq#dqT

.M

51. lived
52. loved
53. married
54. promised
55. paid
56. proved
57. pained
58. prepared
59. pushed
60. preserved
61. read
62. ran
63. respected
64. rent
65. sat
66. stood
67. spoke
68. slept
69. spent
70. sold
71. sang
72. shook
73. stole
74. sent
75. smelt

172

TABLE-3
PASSIVE VOICE- VERBS (100)

6
7
8
9

11

an
Pu

12
13

oh

14

.M

15
16

w
w

17

18
19

30
31
32
33
34
35

bl
ic

10

29

28

co

27

Commanded
C|+ #sT
Compared
bsT
Concealed
<#sT
Doubted
d+<V +#sT
Described
e]+#sT
Disappointed
sX#+ <sT
Done
#XsT
Encouraged
bV+#sT
Enveloped
| yXsT
Exempted
$TqVsTT+#sT
Escaped
| +#sT
Eaten
HsT
Hugged
*+#T=HsT
Employed
<>$T#sT
Forgotten
eTsbjsT
Fed
bw+#sT, yTbsT
Found
qT>=HsT
Forgiven
$ T+#sT
Frightened
uj
T |fq T
Frowned
|+ #XsT

ns
.

26

io

Added
*bsT
Advised
d\V#sT
Appointed
j+#sT
Attached
#ssT
Allowed
deT+#sT
Abused
+~+#qT
Admired
yT#T=HsT
Beaten
={sT
Bitten
=]sT
Buried
b|{sT
Believed
qesT
Begun
bs+_+#sT
Besought
$T&sT
Broken
|qT
Brought
# qT
Bought
=HsT
Called
|*#sT
Cursed
X|+ #sT
Consulted
d\V rd=HsT
Crushed
q\>>={sT
Convinced
|+#sT
Consecrated
|$+ #XsT
Congratulated n_q+~+#sT
Chided
{sT
Chosen
m+#THsT

at

20
21
22
23
24
25
173

36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50

Greeted
Given
Held
Hidden
Hated

n_q+~+#sT
#sT
|T=HsT
<#sT
<w+#sT

Ignored

54

Irritated

55

Imitated

56

Intimated

57

Inspired

58

Involved

59

Joined

60

Kidnapped

61

Kicked

62

Kept

63

Loved

64

Liked

65

Lashed

66

Left

67

Married

68

Occupied

69

Perished

70

71

Prevented

72

Pawned

73

Produced

74

Pushed

75

Prohibited

53

co

Invited

ns
.

52

* bsT 76 Preserved
C> #XsT
V+#sT 77 Paid
#* + #sT
|{+ #T<T 78 Praised
b&sT
|+ | +#sT 79 Pained
H=|+#sT
nqT]+#sT 80 Permitted
nqTeT+#qT
*jTCXsT 81 Reduced
+Z #sT
|s |+#sT 82 Respected
>s$+#sT
*+#T=HsT 83 Regarded
>s$+#sT
#ssT 84 Seen
#XsT
n|V ]+#sT 85 Stolen
<=+*+#sT
HsT 86 Said
#bsT
+#sT 87 Satisfied
|| s # &T
|$T+#&T 88 Seized s+> HsT
w| & sT 89 Sought (Seek)
ysT
=s& ={sT 90 Sold
nyTqT
$&#q T 91 Sent
|+|qT
|[flnsTTq~ 92 Smelt
ydq#dqT
$T+#sT 93 Taken
rdT=HsT
HXqeTjsT 94 Taught
u~+#sT
j sT#XsT 95 Told
#bsT
| #XsT 96 Trained
D #sT
T|{sT 97 Thrown
$d]ydqT
#XsT 98 Understood
*d=HsT
> +{sT 99 Warned
V#]+#sT
w~+#sT 100Withdrawn |d+ V]+#qT

io

Informed

w
w

.M

oh

an
Pu

bl
ic

at

51

Prepared

174

175

8.

7.

6.

5.

4.

3.

2.

Me `

$
yours - MT~, MT$

yours - ~,

*+&T
mine - H~, H$
ours - e~, e$

B, BjTT

their-y], y]jTT

B~, B$

bl
theirs-y]~, y]$,
y{, y{icja
TT
y{$
his-n, ntj
ioTT his - n~, n$
ns
her - yT, yTjTT .hers - yT~, yT$
co
m
its - <, <jTT
its - <~, <$,

$XwDeTT
my - H, HjTT
our - e, ejTT
e, e
your - , jTT
your - MT, MTjTT

an
Pu

oh

.M

Object

w
w

qqT, H, H
We ` yTeTT, Us ` eTeTT\qT,
eTqeTT
You ` e
You ` qT, ,
You ` MTsT You ` $TeTT\qT,
MT, MT
They ` yfifl, Them `y], y],
n$
y], y{, y{, y{
He ` nqT, Him ` n,
&T n, n
She ` yT, Her ` yTqT
yT
yT, yT
It ` n~, ~ It ` <, <, <,
B, B, B

Subject

1. I `HqT

No

Table of Personal Pronouns

yTjYT
itself-n<, <

herself`yT,

himself`n&

hemselves`ys

yourselves`MTs

yourself`y

H=#|
myself`HH
ourselves`yTyT

176

Boys dont have


He doesnt have

They dont have

No
I had (Id &)

Yes

It doesnt have

Rama doesnt have Rama will have


Sita doesnt have Sita will have

Rama has
Sita has

Rama wont have Rama had


Sita wont have Sita had

Sita didnt have

Rama didnt have

It didnt have

She didnt have

He didnt have

Boys didnt have

They didnt have

You didnt have

We dont have

I didnt have

No

Past >+ (* +{)

oWehwill (Wll M) We wont have We had (wed M&)


You will have
You wont have You had (youd jT&)
a
(youll j
nP)
They will have
They wont have They had (Theyd <&)
u
(Theyll <) b
Boys will have lic
Boys wont have Boys had
He will have
Heawont have He had (Hed V&)
tio
(Hell V)
She will have
She wontn
have She had (Shed w&)
s.
(Shell w)
c
oIt hadm(Itd {&)
It will have
It wont have
(Itll {)

I will have (ill ) I wont have

Yes

Future u$wT (* +{qT)

It has (Its {)

She has (Shes wC) She doesnt have

They have
(Theyve <y)
Boys have
He has (Hes Vdt)

We have (weve My) We dont have


You have (Youve) Yoou dont have

I have (Ive y)

Yes

.M

wNo
w
I dont havew

Present |dT+ (* HqT)

Have Table

177

ysT e$T&jT H<sT.

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Present Continuous Tense

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You have eaten a mango.

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4.

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10. He has written a letter.

I have written a letter.

7.

mango.

I have eaten a mango.

1.

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Past Perfect Tense

Future Perfect Tense

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PERFECT TENSE

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India.

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tries.
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Indian writers.
6. Nehru is greater than most other
6. Nehru is one of the greatest Prime
Prime Minister.
Ministers.
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7. The Hindu is of the best News
other News Papers.
Papers.
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8. Sri Lanka is one of the Island in
other Island in the world.
the world.
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9. Suresh is one of the shortest boys
boys in the class.
in the class.

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boys in the class.
clever as Ramesh.
boys in the class.
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cities of India.
as Bombay.
cities of India.
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Restrict+<q
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Restrain
n& +#T

Resolved

XsTT+#qT
Reposed
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Resolved

Refer

Referred

Referred

eT]jTT n_bjT+q |+|


Regard
>s$+#T
Relate d++~+#qT
Believe
qeTT
Kill
#+|
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Need nedse
TT\T>T
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TT yd=qT
Erode
rdyj
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boycot
y*yjT T
Add
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Advise
d\V#T
Accuse+<s|D\T#jTT
Agree
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Accept
deT+#T
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Adopt
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Adjust
d]|T=qT
Apply
<sU dT |T
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Attain
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Attend
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eT]jTT n_bjTeTTq |+|qT


Regarded
>s$+#qT Regarded
Related
d++~+#qT Related
Believed
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Killed
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Kicked
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Needed nedse
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Noted C| s+ yd=HqT Noted
Eroded
ydqT Eroded
Boycotted
y*ydqT Boycotted
Added
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Advised
d\V#qT Advised
Accused+<s|D #dqT Accused
Agreed
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Accepted
deT+#qT Accepted
AbsentedVsTbjTqT Absented
Adopted <
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Adjusted d]|T=HqT Adjusted
Applied <sU
dT |fq T Applied
Appointed j+#qT Appointed
Attained
#s qT Attained
Attended
VsjT qT Attended

Reposed
Restricted

bl
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at

io

ns
.

co

Restrained

w
w

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oh

an
Pu

Resolve

190

Attached

Encroach

Encroached

co

ns
.

io

at

bl
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an
Pu

oh

w
w

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n$T+be
Employ <>$T#T
Enjoy
dT+#T
Express ee
TT#jT T
Expose jT|T
Emerge jTe#T
Exhaust
s> =T
Heap
b>T|T
Hint
d+#T
191

#s qT Attached
Allowed
deT+#qT Allowed
Amused$H<eTT \T>C dqT Amused
Accomplished k~+#qT Accomplished
Buried
b|fqT Buried
Based
<seTT#dqT Based
EncouragedbV$T#qT Encouraged
Enveloped
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Escaped | +#T=HqT Escaped
Excluded$TqVsTT+|#dqT Excluded
Exempted$TqVsTT+|#dqTExempted
ExperiencednqTu #+<qTExperienced
Enlarged
|+#qT Enlarged
Engaged ||T=HqT Engaged
Embraced >*+#T=HqT Embraced

#sT
Allow
deT+#T
Amuse$H<+ \T>Cj
T T
Accomplish k~+#T
Bury
b|T
Base <seTT#jT T
EncouragedbV+#T
Envelop
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Escape | +#T=qT
Exclude$TqVsTT+|#jT T
Exempt$TqVsTT+|#jT T
ExperiencenqTu#+<T
Enlarge
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Engage ||T=qT
Embrace>*+#T=qT
Attach

n$T+bjTqT
Employed <>$T#qT
Enjoyed
dT+#qT
Expressed ee
TT#dqT
Exposed
jT|fqT
Emerged jT|fq
T
Exhausted s> =fq
T
Heaped
b>T|fq T
Hinted
d+#qT

Encroached
Employed
Enjoyed
Expressed
Exposed
Emerged
Exhausted
Heaped
Hinted

Hurried

Quickened

Quickened

Seize

Seized

w
w

Licked
Lashed
Married
Occupied
Occurred
Obeyed

co

#TsT<qeTTqT |{+ #qT


Renounced |]+#qT
Rented
n< #qT
Studied
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Showed
#|qT
Swelled
uqT
Satisfied
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Sealed
eTT<y dqT

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Renounce |]+#T
Rent
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Study
#<T e
Show
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Satisfy
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Seal
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Healed

Obstructed

ns
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io

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Pu

oh

Quicken

=+<s| & q T
Healed
eHqT
Licked
HqT
Lashed
=s&=fq T
Married
|[fl#dT=HqT
Occupied
$T+#qT
Occurred
d+u$ +#qT
Obeyed skeV+#qT
Obstructed n&T|fqT
Offended |eTT*+#qT
Objected
L&<HqT
Obliged
s~ +#qT
Prolonged
b&+#qT
Prompted
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Hurried

=+<s| & T
Heal
eqT
Lick
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Lash
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Marry
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Occupy
$T+#T
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d+u$ +#T
Obey
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Obstruct
n&T |T
Offend |eTT*+#T
Object
L&<qT
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s+ ~+#T
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b&+#T
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Queue esTd \&T
Hurry

Offended
Objected
Obliged
Prolonged
Prompted
Queued

Renounced
Rented
Studied
Showed
Swelled
Satisfied
Sealed
Seized

seTT> =HqT
192

Secured

d+b~+#T T&>T
Supply ds|
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Start
jT\T<sT
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Slow
HeT~#jTT
Sum
d+ | e TT#jT T
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Supervise|q
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d+b~+#T T&jT qT
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Started
jT\T<s qT Started
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*e+&qT Starved
Slowed
HeT~#dqT Slowed
Summed d+|eTT#dqT Summed
Sipped |<e\|qT Sipped
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Specified

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co

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w
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Specified
Supplemented

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Train

Unite

an
Pu

|]|P]=s #sT

Testify

Secured

Secure

*jTT

Trained

D
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Tried

|jT+#qT Tried

Testified

k $T##qT Testified

United

*dqT United

Want

sT

Wanted

sqT Wanted

Warn

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Warned

V#]+#qT Warned

Worry

+>sT|&T

Worried

+>sT|&q T Worried

Wish

y++#T

Wished

y++#qT Wished

Greet n_q+<q\T\T
193

Greeted n_q+<q\T qT

Greeted

ADJECTIVES

Golden
Silken
Good
Bad
Long
Short
Thick

oh

Thin
That

w
w

Little

.M

This
Much

Weak
Tall
New
Old

Clever

Foolish

an
Pu

Wide

Strong

Many

Which
What
Happy
Sad
Round
curved

Manly

Costly

me]jTT
n<weTT\
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K<q
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\VqyTq
b&yq
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b
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$syT q
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co

Womanly

Cheap

ns
.

Senseless

Lucky

io

Luckless

Whose

at

Purposeful

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$#ss y T q
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bl
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Fruitful

($XwD eTT\T)

Great
Small
Brave
Timid
Beautiful
Ugly
Fine
Heavy
Light
Difficult
Easy
Hot
Cold
Faithful
Famous

194

q
Upper
|q
Lower
+<
Inner
|*
Outer
y\T|*
Superior
Xw y T q
Inferior
yq
Senior
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Junior
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Boyish
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Careful
C>> \
Cheerful
de TT >\
Courageous
<s eTT>\
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nbjTeTT>\
Dirty
eTT]jT q
Eearthly
u d++<y T q
Envious
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Courageous
<s eTT>\
Loaded
sTeyjT &q
Gifted
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Vilainous
<Tssy T q
Laughable
Vkd<yT q
Movable
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Cheerless
q+<eTT
tireless
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co

ns
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io

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bl
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an
Pu

oh

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w
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195

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Flowery |weTT\T>\, dT+<syT q

Glorious
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Virtuous
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Vicious
#&T T~>\
Vainglorious
n>]jT q
Valuable
$\Te>\
Worthy
j>>\
Zealous
|T<\>\
Ceaseless
eTTjTq{
Decisive
XjTyTq
Eatable
q<q
Indicative
#|&T
Lovable
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Movable
<*+#<q
Relative
d+ +<eTT>\
Talkative
e{&T due+>\
Wakeful
yTjTT+&T
Wavy
seTTe+{
Lengthy
b&yq
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Manageable
q&T|>\
Biggish
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smallish
q<q
twofold
s +&Ts sTTq
Fivefold
<sT s sTTq
Foolish

Straight

ADJECTIVE PHRASES
A crown made of gold
A cloack of purple color.
An elephant with a white skin.
A track through the jungle.
A boy with blue eyes.

A village without any inhabitants.

co

A page with no writing on it.

ns
.

The day of greatest length.

io

The flag of Spain.

Three - Threefold
White - Whitish

.M

Sick - Sickly

oh

Black - Blackish

an
Pu

Whole - Wholesome

bl
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Tragic - Tragical

at

A load of great weight.

w
w

A golden crown
A purple cloak

A white elephant
A jungle track
A blue eyed boy
A deserted village
A blank page
The longest day
The Spanish flag.
196

ADJECTIVES

Tall
Young
Old
Thick
New
Great
Noble
Able
Wise

Fine

w
w

Large
Pale

Heavy
Merry
Bulky
Easy
Happy
Witty
197

.M

oh

Brave

Longest

Stronger

Strongest

Quicker

Quickest

hotter

Hottest

Taller

Tallest

Longer

co

Hot

Shortest

ns
.

Quick

Shorter

Younger
Older

Youngest

io

Strong

Superlative
Degree

at

Long

b{
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b*bsTTq
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d+weTT>
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Thicker

Oldest
Thickest

Newer

Newest

Greater

Greatest

Nobler

Noblest

Braver

Bravest

Abler

Ablest

Wiser

Wisest

Larger

Largest

Finer

Finest

Paler

Palest

Heavier

Heaviest

Marrier

Marriest

Bulkier

Bulkiest

Easier

Easiest

Happier

Happiest

Wittier

Wittiest

an
Pu

Short

Comparative
Degree

bl
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Positive
Degree

Biggest

Sadder

Saddest

Redder

Reddest

Better

Best

Worse

Worst

Better

Best

More

Most

More

Most

Elder

Eldest

Utter

ns
.

Later

co

io

Utmost

at

Outer

utmost
Latest

Latter

Lost

Less

Least

Worse

worst

Farther

Farthest

Former

First or Fore most

More beautiful

Most beautiful

More learned

Most learned

More gifted

Most gifted

More benefited

Most benefited

an
Pu

oh

.M

w
w

Bigger

bl
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Proper
d]jT q
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More courageous Most courageous

More difficult

Most difficult

More proper

Most proper

Nearer

Nearest

Clearer

Clearest
198

Fast
Little
Well
Lovely
Clearly
Carefully

Harder

Hardest

Louder

Loudest

Faster

Fastest

Less

Least

Better

Best

More lovely / Lovelier Most lovely/Loveliest

More clearly

Most clearly

More carefully

Most carefully

Loud

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n+<eTT>
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co

Hard

ns
.

VERBAL PREPOSITIONS

w
w

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oh

199

at

io

d++<e TT *jTT+&T
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dV +#T
m<Ts=qT
$#seTT ee TT#jT T
n+^]+#T
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qT>T&T
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$&|T
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bl
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an
Pu

Associated with
Angry with/at
Bear with
Clash with
Condole with
comply with
Correspondent with
Credit with
Agree with/to
Dispense with
Fill in
Grapple on/with
Maddle with
Part from/with
Quarrel with
Side by
Sympathise with
Entrust with

w
w

.M

oh

Contribute to
Attain to
Attend to/on
Attempt to
Attribute to

at

io

ns
.

co

u> *de+&T
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b+<T
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d]|&T qT #jT T
e<\+&
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jT$T+#T
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nqTeT+#T
$sfi$T#T
#sT
C>> #jT T
|jT +#T
s|+#T

bl
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an
Pu

Familiar with/among
Alight from
Debar from
Derive from
Distinguish from
Differ from
Deviate from
Elicit from
Emerge from
Escape from
comply with
Exclude from
Preserve from
Protect from
Prohibit from
Recover from
Adapt to
Adhere to
Allot to
Appologise to/for
Appoint to
Aspire to
Assent to

200

w
w

.M

201

at

io

ns
.

co

kTn >T
<V<eTT#jT T
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b\T
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&T eTT=qT
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$#]+#T
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jT\T<sT
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bl
ic
an
Pu

oh

Belong to
Conduce to
Conform to
compare to/with
Consent to
Lead to
Listen to
Object to
occur to
Prefer to
Pretened to
Revert to
Refer to
Stoop to
Submit to/with
Succumb to
Surrender to
Testify to
Yield to
Canvass for
Atone for
Care for
Clamour for
Feel for
Hope for
Mourn for
Pine for
Start for/with
Sue for

w
w

Persist on
comment on
Deliberate on
Depend on
Determine on

at

io

ns
.

co

] *jTT+&T
sT=qT
nqTeT+#T
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C>> +&T
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Xe<T\T
#be
n$TyjT T
<we Ts*+#T
\\TqT
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sT
#sTT<sT
q+~+#T
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qy<>T
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#jT TjT+<T+&T
=qT
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yU+#T
sj
T eTT=s e{&T
<s|& T
ss TT+#T=qT

bl
ic
an
Pu
oh

.M

Wish for
Yearn for
Approve of
Acquit of/from
Beware of
Boast of
Complain of
Despair of
Die of/for
Dispose off
Divert of/from
Dream of
Repent of/from
Taste of
Dabble in/with
Delight in
Employ in
Enlist in
Excel in/from
Fail in
glory in
Indulge in
Involve in

202

$T+#T
me yjTT #|
$~+#T
H=#|
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nsTTw q T #|
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co

Encroach on
enlarge on
Impose on
Insist on
subsist on
Smile at
Stay at/in
Look at/into/upon/down

w
w

.M

203

at

io

n_eqeTT
w
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n_sT
+~+#T
nu ]> +&T
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ndV eTT
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me we TT
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deT J

bl
ic
an
Pu

oh

Affection for
Appetite for
Ambition for
Anxiety for
Apology for
Aptitude for
Blame for
Candidate for
Capacity for
Compassion for
Compensation for
Contempt for
Craving for
Desire for
Fitness for
Fondness for
Leisure for
Liking for
Match for

ns
.

Noun Prepositions

w
w

Assent to
Attachment to
Attention to
Concession to
Disgrace to

m
co

at

io

ns
.

<X eTT
nedse TT
neXeTT
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<jT
sT
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VMT
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n|qeTeTT
nqTeqeTT
nqTue eTT
u+ >eTT
b{+#T
k eTT
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b e
n+<TuT
>seeTT
eTs={
$sT>T&T
<>sZ #sT
n+^seTT
d++<eTT
X<
deT
neeqeTT

bl
ic
an
Pu
oh

.M

Motive for
Opportunity for
Passion for
Partiality for
Pity for
Relish for
Reputation for
Surety for
Assurance of
Charge of/with
Distrust of
Doubt of
Experiene of
Failure of
Observance of
Proof of
Result of
Want of
Access to
Allegiance to
Alternative to
Antidote to
Approach to

204

w
w

.M

Alive to
Amendable to
Temptation to
Acquaintance with
Alliance with
205

at

io

ns
.

co

nsTTwe TT
bVeTT
nu +se TT *+#T
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nu +se TT
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n\yT|& +&T
n\yT|& +&T
d]be
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n_eqeTT *jTT+&T
b*jTT+&T
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*d=jTT+&T
&
|sD
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d++<e TT

bl
ic
an
Pu

oh

Dislike to
Encouragement to
Exception to
Incentive to
Indifference to
Invitation to
Key to
Limit to
Obedience to
Objection to
Opposition to
Preface to
Reference to
Submission to
Supplement to
acceptable to
Accustomed to
Addicted to
Adequate to
Adjacent to
Affectionate to
Akin to
Alien to

w
w

.M

Devoted to
Entitled to
Equal to
Essential to
Faithful to

at

io

ns
.

co

use &T
nHq d+|s eTT
$eTT
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keqeTT>
b* *jTT+&T
$~+#T
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deTeT>Tq~
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ed+#T=q+&
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deT]+|&q
V*jTT+&T
deqeTT>
nedse TT>
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bl
ic
an
Pu

oh

Bargain with
Intercourse with
Deliverance from
Escape from
Exemption from
Inference from
Concern about
Impression on
Authority on
Exposure of
Erosion of
Applicable to
Appropriate to
Beneficial to
Common to
Comparable to
Condemmed to
Conducive to
Congenial to
Contrary to
Creditable to
Deaf to
Detrimental to

206

w
w

.M

Offensive to
Opposite to
Painful to
Partial to
Peculiar to
207

at

io

ns
.

co

m&$T#T
|e<eTT
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d]jT q >seeTT #|b e
e#T
w| & T , yTT>TZ
n||&j
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nedse T>T
w |s+ | |s# T
|{+ #T=q+&
nd+<s y T q
nqTL\eTT>
nqedse TT>
#{jT +&
X * jTT+&T
|]$T *jTT+&T
be
$XdeTT>
dV eTT
nedse TT
$<j
T >
<T& T >
|eTT *+#T
m<TsT>
u<>
|b eTT>
$yT q

bl
ic
an
Pu

oh

Exposed to
Fatal to
Hostile to
Impertinent to
Incidental to
Inclined to
Indebted to
Indifferent to
Indispensable to
Indulgent to
Insensible to
Irrelevant to
Favourable to
Immeterial to
Impervious to
Able to
Limited to
Lost to
Loyal to
Natural to
Necessary to
Obedient to
Obliged to

w
w

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afflicted with
Beset with
Busy with
Contented with
Conversant with

at

io

ns
.

co

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u< jTeTT
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d++~+
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d]jT q
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d]>b e
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nqTue eTT>\
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b+& eTT>\
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u> *jTT

bl
ic
an
Pu

oh

Prejudical to
Profitable to
Prone to
Reduced to
Related to
Responsible to
Restricted to
Sensitive to
Suited to
True to
Aborbed in
Accomplished in
Accurate in
Backward in
Defective in
Deficient in
Experience in
Deligent in
Enveloped in
Honest in
Interested in
Involved in
Proficient in

208

w
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Guilty of
Ignorant of
Informed of
Negligent of
Proud of
209

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io

ns
.

co

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qeTeTT
ndjT *
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bl
ic

an
Pu

Disgusted with
Endowed with
Gifted with
Infatuated with
Infected with
Infested with
Inspired with
Intimated with
Popular with/among
Satisfied with
Accused of
Acquitted of
Afraid of
Assured of
Confident of
Conscious of
Convinced of
Deprived of/from
Desirous of
Devoid of
Diffident of
Envious of/to
Fond of

bl
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at

io

ns
.

co

ndeTeTT *
XjTeTT #dT =qT
nqTeqeTT *
dV +#T
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dwe TT> q&T
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=+<s>
ns *
d]|&T
*
d<| &
d]jT q
ns *
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es
q&TeT, eT<
q&TeT, eT<
<>sZ
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+&, $&, <seTT>qT+&
+<, n&T>Tq, e
MT<, |q
n&e TT>, | qT+& eT]jTT |
#TTqT

w
w

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oh

an
Pu

Sick of
Sure of
Suspicious of
Tolerant of
Anxious for
Conspicuous for/of
Destined or
Eager for
Eligible for
Fit for
Grateful for
Prepared for/to
Proper for
Qualified for
Sorry for
Towards
y| q,
Till, untill
Between
Betwixt
Near
Down
Over
Out
Offensive to
Under
Above
Across
Around

210

w
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oh

an
Pu

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io

ns
.

co

Beneath
~>Te, n&T>Tq
Beside
| q
Beyond
e\
Underneath
+<
Along
y+
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$<+ > nsTTq
Despite
nsTTqqT
On
|q , MT<
Upon
|
In
|\, n+<T
Into
|\
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#H , #H, &H, H nH&T , qT+& e\q, >T]+, jTT
For =s , , $Te
TT >T]+, deTT, e\q, e\, #, qT+&, , es , |e TT
At
e<, n+#T, y| , #=|q
With
#, , &
Within
|\, V<T |\
Without
jT, +&
To
, , e< ,
By
e\q, #, >T+&, <s, <>sZ , #=|q
From
qT+&, qT+, e<q T+& #, sDeTTq, e\q
After
sT y, yqT, |eT
Among
, eT<
Amongst
eT<
Amidst
Before
About
Besides

211

eT<
eTT+<s, m<T
>T]+, #TT| \, <>sZ
n++&

SINGULAR & PLURAL FORMS

(@e#q VQe#q sb\T)


Valcano
Valcanoes
Echo
Echoes

Piano

co

Pianos

ns
.

Dynamo

io

Dynamos

at

Bamboo

bl
ic

Bamboos
Canto

an
Pu

Cantos
Memento

oh

Mementos

w
w

Army

Armies
Lady

Ladies
Story
Stories
City
cities

.M

Baby
Babies

n|s eTT
n|s eTT\T
|<
|< qT\T
d+^ ysTT<$Xwe TT
ysTT<eTT\T
&q y
&q y\T
y<T sT
y<T sT s\T
n<jTeTT
n<jTeTT\T
dVeTT
dVeTT\T
_&
_&\ T
dq
dq\T
>sejTyTq d
>sejTyTq d\ T
<
<\ T
q>se TT
q>se TT\T
212

Pony
Ponies
Fly
Flies
Body
Bodies

Country

co

Countries

ns
.

Boy
Boys

at

io

Guy

bl
ic

Guys
Toy

an
Pu

Toys
Ray

oh

Rays
Days

w
w

Monkey

.M

Day

Monkeys
Thief

Thieves
Leaf
Leaves
Life
Lives
Loaf
213

b{ >TseTT
b{ >TseTT\T
>
>\T
XseTT
XseTT\T
<Xe TT
<Xe TT\T
|\y &T
|\y +&T
qq>TMTk\y&T, y
e\ T, y\T
ueT
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sD eTT
sD eTT\T
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T\T
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<=+>\T

\T
J$eTT
J$eTT\T
s=fe TT

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Wives
Knife
Knives
Wolf
Wolves

co

Shelf

s=fe TT\T
us
us\T

T \ T
&\T
&fi fl
ns
ns\T
eTTKT&T
eTTKT\T
| |
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deTT<XK
deTT<XK\T

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ns
.

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io

Chief

at

Chiefs

bl
ic

Roof
Roofs

an
Pu

Gulf
Gulfs

w
w

.M

oh

Contractions ` d+|sb\T
kH +^w d+| sb\T u> y&T eHsTT. M{ e{&|&T
|jd +>uw n+<+> e+T+~. $<ojTT\ +> d+uwD L& #&
nseTeT+~. qT M{ u> bdT #jT+&.
1.
I am
Im
yT
2.
We are
Were
$jTsY
3.
You are
Youre
jsY
4.
They are
Theyre
<sY
5.
I have
Ive
y
6.
We have
Weve
My
7.
You have
Youve
jTy
214

They have

Theyve

9.

He has

Hes

10.

He is

Hes

11.

She has

Shes

12.

She is

Shes

13.

It has

Its

14.

It is

Its

15.

I had

Id

16.

I would

Id

17.

We had

Wed

18.

We would

Wed

19.

You had

20.

You would

bl
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21.

They had

22.

They would

23.

He had

24.

He would

Hed

25.

She had

Shed

She would

Shed

It had

Itd

28.

It would

Itd

29.

I will

Ill

30.

We will

Well

31.

You will

Youll

32.

They will

Theyll

27.

co
ns
.
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an
Pu

Youd

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oh

Theyd

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w

215

at

Youd

26.

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VC
wC
wC
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&
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8.

Theyd
Hed

33.

He will

Hell

34.

She will

Shell

35.

It will

Itll

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w
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NEGATIVE - esseTT

I would not

I wouldnt

51.

I should not

I shouldnt

52.

I must not

I mustnt

yT H{
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yC+{
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Vy+{
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w&H
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53.

I could not

I couldnt

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54.

I cannot

I cant

I am not

Im not

37.

We are not

We arent

38.

He is not

He isnt

39.

I was not

I wasnt

40.

They were not

They werent

41.

I have not

I havent

42.

He has not

He hasnt

43.

She has not

44.

I had not

45.

I do not

46.

He does not

47.

I did not

48.

I will not

I wont

I shall not

I shant

50.

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36.

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I didnt

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216

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w

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ns
.

io

at

bl
ic

an
Pu
oh

.M

Already
Again
Any where
Also
Always
Abundantly
Almost
Accurately
Angrily
Anxiously
Alone
Artificially
Amazingly
Awfully
Before
By and by
Backward
Barely
Badly
Beautifully
Brightly
Bitterly
Boldly
Bravely
Certainly
Completely
Carefully
Conveniently
Clearly
217

ADVERBS
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eTs\
m&qqT
L&, jTTq
m\|&T
$kseTT>/$Xw+>
dTesT>
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>
+]>
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ujT+s+>
eTT+<T>
y+ y+H
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n+<+>
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<s+>
<s+>
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|P]>
C>>
nqTe>
dweTT>

w
w

co

ns
.

io

at
bl
ic
an
Pu
oh

.M

Cheerfully
Doubtlessly
Dangerously
Duly
Directly
Dearly
Ever
Elsewhere
Enough
Evenly
eagerly
Entirely
Forward
Foolishly
Faithfully
fairly
Fast
Greatefully
Gladly
Greatly
Hereafter

Henceforth
Henceforward
Here
Herein
Hither

<>sZ >
|X++>
d+>
d+XjTeTT>
nbjTs+>
qT>
|+>
|jT+>
m\yfi
ysTd\eT+<T
#*q+
deTeTT>
>
|P]>
eTT+<T
eT&+>
qeT+>
dT+<s+>/>ses+>\
y>+ >
>
q+<+>
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qT+&
MT<
mT|q
&
+<TqT
&

Closely
Calmly

218

Hence
Herewith
Hereby
Hereabout
Hereof
Hereon

co

Hereto

ns
.

How

io

Happily

at

Hard

bl
ic

Hopefully
Instantly

an
Pu

Indeed
Indirectly

oh

Just

Loud

w
w

Jointly

Legally

Largely
Miserably
Now
Not yet
Nay
No
219

.M

Justly
Late

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n+<TeT\+>
b++
+<TqT+
+<TMT<
+<T
m
d+w+>
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DyT
s&>
|s+>
d]>, dTesT>
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#<+>
|<yTT+>
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|&T
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<T
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Hardly

Not
Not at all
Naturally
Nearly
Near
Often

Often times

co

Openly

ns
.

Presently
Plainly

at

io

Properly

bl
ic

Pleasantly
Polisely

an
Pu

Perfectly
Poorly

oh

Proudly

Quite

w
w

Quickly
Quitly

Really
Richly
Straightly
Somewhere
Slowly
So

.M

Personally
Publicly

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@$<+>qT <T
dV+>
<>sZ >
<>sZ >
|\TesT
nH |sjTeTT\T
Vs+>+>
|&T
dweTT>
q$<+> / qT>
d+ws+>
eTs<>
d+|PseTT>
;<>
>s +>
e>+>
Vs+>+>
=+<s>
u>, |P]>
XeTT>
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deT~>
HsT>
m&#
HeT~>
n+, |s+, qT

220

Scarcely
Surely
Strangely
Swiftly
Sadly
Sincerely

Soon

co

Skilfully

ns
.

Specially
Secretly

at

io

Steadily

bl
ic

Today
Tomorrow

an
Pu

Twice
Thrice

oh

Thither
Too

w
w

Then

.M

Truly

Therefore
Thereby
Thereof
Thereto
Therein
Theron
Therein

Thereupon
221

##\+&
XjTeTT>
$+>, n<T+>
e&>, y>+>
u<>
w|yTq
s, y>+>
HsT>, #Ts+
|+>
sVd+>
\&>
sE
s|
s+&TksT
eTTesT
n&
L&
deTT>
n|&T
|eT/ qT
n+<Te\q
<jTT
n&
n+<T
n+<T|q
n+<TMT<
n&qT+&

Truthfully
Thickly
Together
Upward
Undoubtedly
Unjustly

Very

co

Verily

ns
.

Weekly

io

When

at

Where

bl
ic

Whither

an
Pu

Whereabouts
Whence
Wherein

w
w

Wherefore

.M

Whereby

oh

Whereat

Why

+ #|~>
<eTT>
*d
|
d+<VsV+>
nHjTeTT>
me, $T*
eTT>
|ys+
m|&T
m&
m&
@d\eTTq
m&qT+&
@ #
m&
n+<Te\q
m+<Te\q
m+<T
n~j / ~j, nsTTqqT
$X\+>
XsseTT>
s+
q
d+eseTTq

Whether
Widely

Wonderfully
Wavily
Yesterday
Yearly

222

SINGULAR NUMBER

PLURAL NUMBER

@e#qeTT

Book
Class
Bush
Branch

Buffalo
Hero

Calf
Life

Knife
roof
Hoof
Dwarf
Safe
223

.M

w
w

Leaf

oh

Potato
Negro

Books
Classes
Bushes

Branches
Matches
Dishes

an
Pu

Dish

Mango

Houses

bl
ic

Match

Stars

House

Birds

co

Star

Cows

Buffaloes
Heroes
Potatoes
Mangoes
Negroes
Leaves
Calves
Lives
Knives
Roofs
Hoofs
Dwarfs
Safes

&|\ \ T
e\T
| \T
q eTT\T
fifl
|d e TT\T
s> T \T
b<\T
XK\T
nZ| \\T
uq|<se TT\T
> <\T
qHjT\T
+>fi<T+|\T
e$T&|+ &T
>\T
\T
<&\T
J$\T
T \ T
+{| \T
\T
eTTsT>TE\T
|f\ T

ns
.

Bird

Girls

io

cow

&|\
e
|
q eTT
\T
|d e TT
s>
b<
XK
nZ| \
uq|<se TT
> <
qHjT&T
+>fi<T+|
e$T&|+ &T
>(C)

<&
J$eTT

+{|

eTsT>TE
|f

at

Girl

VQe#qeTT

q>se TT\T
Storis
<\ T
Armies
dq eTT\T
Ladies
|< +{ d\ T
Babies
b|\T
Men
eTqTw\T
Women
d\ T
Fathers-in-law
eeT>sT
Mothers-in-law
n> sT
Step-sons
de=&T\T
Step-mothers
de \T\T
Maid-servants
& desfifl
Commanders-in-chief dq
H~sT\T
Lookers-on
##TysT
Bases
<seTT\T
Analyses
$u q\T
Criteria
\D eTT\T
Crises
>+&eTT\T
Phenomena dV eTT> sT>Tq$
Hyptheses
}V+q$
Axes
ne TT\T
Medames
neT\T
Indices
|{\ T
Errata n#T y | \T
Radil
ydeTT\T

io

ns
.

co

Cities

w
w

.M

oh

an
Pu

bl
ic

at

q>se TT
Story
<
Army
dq eTT
Lady
|< +{ d
Baby
b|
Mango
eTw
Woman
d
Father-in-law
eeT>sT
Mother-in-law
n> sT
Step-son
de =&T
Step-mother
de *
Maid-Servant
& des\T
commander-in-Chief dq
H~]
Looker-on
##Ty&T
Basis
<seTT
analysis
$u q
Criterion
\D eTT\T
Crisis
>+&eTT
PhenomenondV eTT> sT>Tq$
Hypothesis
}V+q~
Axis
ne TT
Madam
ne
Index
|{
Erratum n#T y |
radium
ydeTT
City

224

custom
Spectacle
Pain
air
Iron
Force

Customs
Spectacles
Pains
Airs
Irons
Forces

w
w

SINGULAR

bl
ic

>=s
+\T
\>&` \>&\ T (>+&TMTqT`>+&TMTqT\T)
\ #|` \# | \ T
|+~`|+<T\T
#|` #|\ T
|+&T`|+&T
nq> VQsy T q #|\ T
s| #|, #|\ T
`\T

an
Pu
oh

.M

Sheep
Deer
Cod
Trout
Swine
Fish
Fruit
Fishes
Saimon
Pair (two pair)

io

Advices
SINGULAR & PLURAL

at

Advice

Morals

Moral

Cloths

eTTfifl
>T&\ T
T\T
#seTT\T
<XeTT\T
u<\ T
>\T\T
X+U\T
\>eTT\T
d\V\T

co

Cloth

Brothers

ns
.

eTT&T
>T&

#seTT
<XeTT
u<
>*
qTeTT
\eTT
d\V

Brother

PLURAL

Colour

Colours

Custom

Customs

Effect
Manner
Moral
225

Effects
Manners
Morals

Number

Numbers

Pain

Pains

Premise

Premises

Quarter

Quarters

Spectacle

Spectacles
Letters

Letter

Grounds

co

Ground

Results property

ns
.

Result
Method

Methods correct behaviour


Moral lessons conduct

at

io

A moral lesson

suffering

sufferings care, exeertion

an
Pu

Proposition
Fourth part

oh

a sigh

w
w

earth

.M

letter of alphabet
epistle

reason

quantities verses

bl
ic

a quantity

Propositions buildings
Fourth parts lodgings
sights eye-glasses

letters of theh alphabet


epistles, literature
enclosed land attached to house
reasons, dregs.

SOME WORDS IN THEIR SINGULAR FORM AND


PLURAL FORM CONVEY DIFFERENT MEANINGS
AS SINGULARS AND PLURALS
Brother

brothers, sons of the samem parent.


Brothren, members of a society or a
226

Cloth

Cloths, kinds or pieces of cloth,


community, clothes, garments.

Die

dies, stamps for coining. Dice,


small cubes used in games.

Fish

fishes, taken separately.


Fish, collectively.
geniuses, persons of great talent.
Genil, spirits

Genius

indexes, tables of contents of books.


Indices, signs used in algebra

ns
.

co

Index

Lights
People
Peoples
Powder
Powders
Practice
Practices
227

an
Pu

bl
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at

counsel
information
atmosphere
affected manners
benefit, well being
merchandise
extent, range
an instrument for drawing circles
regard
Compliments
medicine
Natural science
(1) radiance
(2) a lamp
lamps
(1) nation (2) men and women
nations
(1) dust 2) a dose of medicine in fine grains like dust
Doses of medicine
(1) habit (2) exercise of a profession
Habits

oh

=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=

.M

w
w

Advice
advices
Air
Airs
Good being
Goods
compass
Compasses
Respect
Respects
Physic
Physics
Light

pennies, number of coins. Pence,


amount in value

io

Penny

=
=
=
=
=
=
=

SINGULAR

PLURAL

w
w

sons-in-law
daughters-in-law
step sons
step-daughters
maid-servants
men-servants
passers-by
lookers-on
men-of-war
churches
crashes
buses
boxes
buzzes
barracks
crossroads
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