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Title      : PDE-46 Fundamentals of Language-I
Subject      : Communicative English
copyright © 2018   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 9/137
Total Price      : Rs.      : 93
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Nouns and Pronouns Total views (199)  
In any language learning process, it is the noun which gets the prime of place. As you are aware, naming various people, place and things is the first step in language learning. Learning begins with the identification of people, places and things irrespective of the fact that the learner either is a child or an adult. It must be clear to you now that naming words are the most important part of th ......
Pages: 13
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Articles and Prepositions Total views (197)  
The use of article and prepositions seems simple but at times catches us on the wrong foot. In fact, both articles and prepositions are tricky and pose problems even for the native speakers. Fortunately, there are certain conventions and guidelines on which we can safely fall back, for they are very helpful. In spite of these helpful conventions and guidelines, we at times, find ourselves in ......
Pages: 19
Price: Rs 14.25   
Adjectives Total views (199)  
As a speaker of English as a second language, you have to be aware of the use of adjectives. There is a variety of adjectives in English, and the use of some of them, the quantifiers, for instance, is a bit tricky.
Pages: 20
Price: Rs 15   
Particles Total views (196)  
The use of particles is at times difficult sil{ee the meaning of a particle verb often bears no relation to the meaning of either the verb or the particle in it. Particles are a minor part of speech. They are short, indeclinable words. That is they have no inflexions.
Pages: 11
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Verbs and Adverbs Total views (200)  
A verb is described in many ways as the nucleus, power-centre and heart of a sentence. Adverbs always go with verbs and hence it is beneficial to learn them together.
Pages: 28
Price: Rs 21   
Tenses I Total views (198)  
Tense relates the meaning of the verb to a time scale. We can possibly make three divisions on the time scale. By tense we understand the correspondence between the form of the verb and our reference point on the time scale according to our concept of time, i.e. past.present or future.English has two simple tenses : Present tense and the Past tense. And we refer to the future time using the. auxil ......
Pages: 12
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Tenses II Total views (198)  
In this unit you are going to study 3 tenses namely, the Simple Past tense, the Present Perfect tense and the Present Perfect Continuous tense which refer to the past time.
Pages: 13
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Tenses III Total views (202)  
There are four past tenses: Past Simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous of which you have already learnt the Past simple tense in the previous unit. All these past tenses refer to the past time on the Time Scale but vary in their manner of referring to the past time.
Pages: 10
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Tenses IV Total views (204)  
We have three time divisions on the time scale, i.e., the past time, the present time and the future time, and that there are two tenses in English, i.e., the present tense and the past tense corresponding to time/tense relation. But English has no definite future tense corresponding to the time/tense relation for present and past. Nevertheless, there are several ways of expressing futurity.
Pages: 11
Price: Rs 8.25   

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