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Grammar Spoken. Without Grammar. English in. Spoken English. Main Main Features: Features:. Tamil Tamil and and without without Grammar. Sentence Sentence Patterns. Understanding Understanding Newspaper Newspaper English.

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Price Rs. Table of Contents. Spoken English — A Glance ……. Sentence Patterns. Pronouns of Humans. Important Cognitive Words. Chapter — 1. Spoken English — A Glance. Cognitive Spoken English - in Sentence Patterns. Written English.

Simple Sentences. Complex Sentences. Complex Sentence:. I buy the bag that is very big at Delhi that is capital of India which is democratic country. Simple Sentences:. I buy the bag; The bag is very big; I buy the bag at.

Delhi; Delhi is capital of India; India is democratic. Sc, M. A, PhD,. Chapter - 2. Chapter - 3. Chapter - 4. Your book is big. I am hungry. Chapter - 5. The book is about politics -. He lies about his age -. I buy the house, what about you?

The fan is above the table -. You write the name above the address. I am above the manager -. According to. According to police, he is a thief pat: according to sb. I see across the valley. Chapter 5: Important Cognitive Words. After leaving the school, he works in the restaurant pat: after.

I go to Salem. After that I go to Trichy pat: sent1, After that. The apple is very tasty. Phrase Meaning 1: is that all? The pen is only Rs Is that all?

I had fever. Phrase Meaning 2: along with sth -. Phrase Meaning 3: along the same lines -. He handled the situation very well. We should act along the same. The villagers are among the casualities syn: include -. I discuss about lots of problems in meeting.

Among the other things,. I discuss about poverty -. Phrase Meaning 3: how long ago? How long ago did you buy the computer? B is ahead of A. I think about the exam 4 months ahead syn: I think about the. Can I do this work?

Has he come yet? Has the bus left to the Salem? Chapter - 6. Tamil Situations into English Sentence Patterns. Pat: what would you like to do sth. Pat: would you like to do sth. Pat: would you like to do anything. Pat: How long has sb been married. He got married young. How much you pay for the pen?

At that time, I pour water to that tree. I do for you? At that. Our Next Book. Cognitive Written English. Achieving Fluency in Written English. Coming Soon…. Learn more about Scribd Membership Home. Read Free For 30 Days.


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