What is life?

What is life?

Life is a challenge meet it.

Life is a gift    accept it.

Life is an adventure dare it

Life is a sorrow     overcome it.

Life is a tragedy     accept it.

Life is a duty    perform it.

Life is a game     play it.

Life is a mystery    unfold it.

Life is a song     sing it.

Life is an opportunity take it.

Life is a promise   fulfill it.

Life is a struggle    fight it.

Life is a puzzle     solve it.

What is life?

Life is a challenge meet it.
Life is a gift  accept it.
Life is an adventure dare it
Life is a sorrow     overcome it.
Life is a tragedy    accept it.
Life is a duty    perform it.
Life is a game   play it.
Life is a mystery   unfold it.
Life is a song    sing it.
Life is an opportunity take it.
Life is a promise   fulfill it.
Life is a struggle  fight it.
Life is a puzzle    solve it.

Time and calendar

Days in a Calendar

There are 60 seconds in a minute.

There are 60 minutes in an hour.

There are hours in a day.

There are 7 days in a week.

There are 12 months in a year.

There are 365 days in a year.

There are 366 days in a Leap Year.

Calendar 2019

Calendar 2019

How We Teach “Calendar Time” in Homeschool

7 Days of the week/ 7 days name

Saturday

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Months of the Year Song – 12 Months of the Year – Kids Songs by The Learning Station

Month of the Year/ 12 Months name

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Poem in months of the year:

Listen, read and say

January, February, March,

April, May, June,

July, August, September

October, November, December

These are the twelve months of the year.

Now sing them together so we can all hear.

How many months are there in a year?

There are twelve months are there in a year!

We know them all!

Let’s give a cheer!

6 seasons in a year

1.       Summer

2.       Rainy season

3.       Autumn

4.       Late Autumn

5.       Winter

6.       Spring

English Grammar A to Z

English Grammar A to Z

English Grammar Blog Intro Video

Home for All Post of English Grammar Blog

English Grammar A–Z :  Unit: 1-30

Unit: 1

Primary English Grammar

Language and Grammar

Sound, Letters and Alphabet

Vowels and Consonants

Word and Syllable

Lesson-1: Language and Grammar

Language Definition

Types of languages

Languages of the world/Languages list

10 Common Expressions in English

Top 10 factors related to Languages

Top 20 of the most widely spoken languages by “First language” speakers (2009)

Divisions of English Grammar

Definition of Grammar and Examples

English Grammar Definition

How to learn English Grammar

Lesson-2: Sound, Letters and Alphabet

Sound definition and types of sound in English

Sound definition and Types of sound

Letter Definition and 26 letter in English

What is Alphabet? What is form of cursive alphabet?

Lesson-3: Vowels and Consonants

Vowel definition and examples

Consonant definition

Double Consonant

semivowels definition

consonant sounds

Vowels and Consonants

consonant words examples

Examples of Long Vowel Words

Examples of Short Vowel Words

Lesson-4: Word and Syllable

Word Definition

Syllable Definition

syllable words

define locution

define appellation

Unit: 2, Lesson:1

Sentence-According to Meaning

Definition of Sentence, kinds of sentences and parts of the sentence

Subject & Predicate

Assertive Sentence

Interrogative Sentence

Imperative Sentence

Optative Sentence

Exclamatory Sentence

Unit: 2, Lesson:2

Sentence -According to Structure

Definition of Sentence

sentence structure

The Phrase & the Clause

Phrase

Clause

Simple Sentence

Complex Sentence

Compound Sentence

Unit: 3

Parts of Speech

Noun

Pronoun

Adjective

Verb

Adverb

Preposition

Conjunction

Interjection

Unit: 4

Number

Singular Number

Plural number

Number Changing Rules 1

Number Changing Rules 1

Number Changing Rules 1

Unit: 5

Gender

Masculine Gender

Feminine Gender

Neuter Gender

Common Gender

Rules of changing gender

Rules 1

Rules 2

Unit: 6

Case

Nominative Case

Objective Case

Possessive Case

Vocative Case

Dative case

Unit: 7

Modifiers

Pre-modifiers

Post- modifiers

Dangling modifiers

Unit: 8

Person

Person definition

Kinds of Person / Types of Person

1st person

2nd person

3rd person

Unit: 9

Articles

Indefinite Articles

Definite Articles

Use of A and An

Omission of A and An

Use of definite article

Omission of definite article

Determiners

Unit: 10

Tense

Definition of Tense

Tense Definition and Kinds

how many types of tense

types of tenses with examples

Structure of Tense

Table of tenses structure for kids

Present Indefinite Tense

Present Continuous Tense

Present Perfect Tense

Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Past Indefinite Tense

Past Continuous Tense

Past Perfect Tense

Past Perfect Continuous Tense

Future Indefinite Tense

Future Continuous Tense

Future Perfect Tense

Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Unit: 11

Moods

Indicative Mood

Imperative Mood

Subjunctive Mood

Infinitive Mood

Unit: 12

Vocabulary-With clues

Unit: 13

Vocabulary-Without Clues

Gap Filling Activities

With clues

Without Clues

Fill in the gaps

Gap Filling Activities

Rules of Vocabulary

With clues

Without Clues

Article

Adjective

Preposition

Unit: 14

Substitution Table

Unit: 15

Right Form of Verb

Tense

Subject-verb Agreement

Noun -Pronoun Agreement

Unit: 16

Narration

Direct & Indirect Narration

Basic/ Sentence

Assertive Sentence

Interrogative  Sentence

Imperative  Sentence

Optative  Sentence

Exclamatory  Sentence

Advance/passage

Unit: 17

Transformation of Sentences- According to Meaning

Affirmative to Negative and Vice-versa

Affirmative to Interrogative and Vice-versa

Affirmative to Imperative and Vice-versa

Affirmative to Optative and Vice-versa

Affirmative to Exclamatory and Vice-versa

Unit: 18

Transformation of Sentences-According to Voice

Basic

Active to Passive–Assertive Sentence

Rules of changing voice – Page 1

Rules of changing voice – Page 2

Rules of changing voice – Page 3

Rules of changing voice – Page 4

Rules of changing voice – Page 5

Rules of changing voice – Page 6

Passive to Active to Passive–Assertive Sentence

Active to Passive–Interrogative Sentence

Rules of changing voice – Page 1

Rules of changing voice – Page 2

Rules of changing voice – Page 3

Rules of changing voice – Page 4

Rules of changing voice – Page 5

Active to Passive–Imperative Sentence

Rules of changing voice – Page 1

Rules of changing voice – Page 2

Rules of changing voice – Page 3

Rules of changing voice – Page 4

Rules of changing voice – Page 5

Unit: 19

Transformation of Sentences-According to Degree

Degree Definition and Classification

Change of degree

Basic

Positive to  Comparative and Superlative

Comparative to Positive and Superlative

Superlative to Positive and Superlative

Change of Degree Rule 01

Change of Degree Rule 02

Change of Degree Rule 03

Change of Degree Rule 04

Unit: 20

Transformation of Sentences-According to Structure

Structure

Clause

Phrase

Step 01

Step 02

Step 03

Step 04

Step 05

Step 06

Step 07

Step 08

Step 09

Step 09

Step 10

Step 11

Step 12

Step 13

Step 14

Step 15

Unit: 21

Completing Sentences

Step/Rule 1

Step/Rule 2

Step/Rule 3

Step/Rule 4

Step/Rule 5

Step/Rule 6

Step/Rule 7

Step/Rule 8

Step/Rule 9

Step/Rule 10

Step/Rule 11

Step/Rule 12

Step/Rule 13

Step/Rule 14

Step/Rule 15

Step/Rule 16

Step/Rule 17

Step/Rule 18

Step/Rule 19

Step/Rule 20

Unit: 22

Suffix and prefix

Suffix

Prefix

Unit: 23

Tag Question

Step-01  Assertive  Sentence rules, examples and Exercises

Rule 1. Principal verb:

Rule 2. Simple Auxiliary verb:

Rule 3. Modal Auxiliary verb:

Rule 4. Need (Principal + Modal):

Rule 5. Negative meaning words:

Rule 6. Rule of Subject:

Rule 7. Subject – verb Agreement:

Rule 8. Subject  Identification

Rule 9. Compound and Complex Sentence

Rule 10.Short form:

Step-02 Imperative  Sentence Sentence rules, examples and Exercises

Rule 11.Imperative sentence:

Step-3  Exclamatory  Sentence Sentence rules, examples and Exercises

Rule 12.Exclamatory sentence:

Unit: 24

Sentence Connectors/Linkers

Type 1

Type 2

Type 3

Type 4

Type 5

Type 6

Type 7

Type 8

Type 9

Type 10

Type 11

Type 12

Type 14

Type 25

Transitional Words List & Examples

Unit:26

Punctuation & Capitalization

Punctuation

Capitalization

Unit: 27

Idioms and Phrases

Unit: 28

Introductory–

Introductory it

Introductory there

Unit: 29

WH Questions

What

when

where

why

who

whom

How

Unit: 30

Difference Between Page

Difference Between List

Preposition

Difference between Since and for

Difference between In and into

Difference between On and above

Difference between Under and beneath

Difference between Between and among

Difference between At and on

Difference between On and in

Difference between In and into

Difference between above and over

Difference between between and among

Difference between by and with

difference between games and sports

Difference between of and off

Difference between on and off

Difference between on and over

Difference between to and into

Primary English Grammar:

Difference between Sound and letter

Difference between Letter and alphabet

Parts of Speech

Difference between Success and succeed

Difference between Affect vs effect

Difference between proper noun and common noun

Difference between Common Noun  and Collective Noun

Difference between Common Noun  and Material Noun

Difference between adjective and adverb

Miscellaneous:

Difference between Profession and occupation

Difference between what and that

Difference between awards and prizes

Difference between Forum and Blog

Difference between cameraman and photographer

Difference between faith and believe

Difference between website and blog

Difference between Gate and door

Difference between value and price

Difference between warranty and guarantee

Difference between viva and interview

Difference between rules and law

Difference between warranty and guarantee

Difference between biography autobiography

Differences Between Tourists And Travellers

Difference between dream and goal

Difference between HD and full HD

Difference between HD and SD

Difference between awards and rewards

Difference between sign and signature

Difference between niche and broad

Difference between social media and social bookmarking

Difference between freeze and refrigerator

Difference between webinar and seminar

Difference between Advice and advise

Difference between Safe and save

Difference between Realize and realise

Difference between Succeed and success

Difference between lot/luck/fortune

Difference between Obtain and achieve

Difference between Occupation and profession

Difference between Practise and practise

Unit: 31 -Translation

Common Errors/Common Mistakes

Unit: 32 -Translation

Articles

Number

Gender

Parts of Speech

-Noun

-Pronoun

-Adjective

-Verb

-Adverb

-Preposition

-Conjunction

-Interjection

Verb to be: Present Tense

Verb to be: Past Tense

Verb to be: Future Tense

Verb to have: Present Tense

Verb to have: Past Tense

Verb to have: Future Tense

Tense

Present Indefinite Tense

Present Continuous Tense

Present Perfect Tense

Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Past Indefinite Tense

Past Continuous Tense

Past Perfect Tense

Past Perfect Continuous Tense

Future Indefinite Tense

Future Continuous Tense

Future Perfect Tense

Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Introductory it & there

Uses of it

Uses of there

Passage Translation

Unit: 33

Grammar Quiz Tests

Unit: Bonus

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