Wednesday, December 30, 2009

LEARN ENGLISH GRAMMAR- LESSON -8--DETERMINERS

LESSON-8
Determiners

Determiners are used in front of nouns to indicate something specific or something of a particular type.

Determiners are always followed by a noun and they are different to pronouns. Therefore, personal pronouns (I, you, he, etc.) and possessive pronouns (mine, yours, his, etc.) cannot be determiners.

The definite and indefinite articles a/an/the are all determiners.

The specific determiners are:
The definite article: the
Demonstratives: this, that, these, those
Possessives: my, your, his, her, its, our, their

For example:-
The thief snatched her handbag. (Definitive article ‘the’)
These hens are black. (Demonstrative ‘these’)
Their school is far. (Possessive)

LEARN ENGLISH GRAMMAR- LESSON -6-conjunctions,

LESSON-6

Conjunctions

Conjunctions join two words or sentences together.

Conjunction is a word, which connects two words or two sentences. Conjunctions are different from prepositions, relative pronouns and relative adverbs, which are connecting words too.
Examples of conjunctions are after, although, and, because, before, but, either, except, for, if, neither, since, so, so that, therefore, unless, until, till.
Connecting wordsMan and woman
Solid and liquid

LEARN ENGLISH GRAMMAR- LESSON -5-AUXILIARY AND THEIR USES

Auxiliaries and their usage-LESSON-5
An auxiliary is a verb, used to form the tense and voice of
the other verb.
The auxiliaries are am, is ,are, were, be, has, had, have, do, can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, ought, used, need, dare, do, did, and does.
Auxiliaries form continuous tenses
I am working in a computer company.
She is entering into the shopping mall.

LEARN ENGLISH GRAMMAR- LESSON -4-ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE

Active and passive voice
1. The cat eats the fish-active voice.
2. The fish is eaten by the cat-passive voice.
In sentence one, the subject does the action (eat)
In the second sentence, it denotes what was done by the subject.

Active voice and Passive voice

The dog chased the cat.
The cat was chased by the dog.

LEARN ENGLISH GRAMMAR- LESSON -3-SPELLING

3. SPELLING
Words with single vowel and single consonant at the end double the consonant before suffix beginning with a vowel:

Examples-1
· Run -- running.
· Beg -- beggar.
· Rob --- robbing.
· Sad --- saddest.

LEARN ENGLISH GRAMMAR- LESSON -2 -NOUNS-2

lesson-2-continuation
Noun- Number
There are two number nouns.
1. Singular
2.Plural.

The plural noun of most nouns is created simply be adding the letter s.
Belief -beliefs.
Book -books
Boy-boys
Car -cars

LEARN ENGLISH GRAMMAR- LESSON -2 -NOUN S-1

LEARN ENGLISH GRAMMAR- LESSON - 2- NOUNS
2.Nouns
Nouns express name of a person, place and thing.
Nouns are of two types:
Common nouns
Proper nouns
Names of persons - Laliha, Hanis, Chan, Ram.
The person’s names are called proper nouns.

However, if they are called as President Mohammad, King Edward, leader Ari and minister Hanis. Then the president, king, leader and minister are all the common nouns.

a. Kareem is a boy.
b. Fatima is a girl.
c. London is a town.
d. Kuala Lumpur is a city.

Learn Tamil Words Through English -G

For pronunciation please refer post LEARN TAMIL -BASIC
and post Learn 247 Tamil alphabets through English



G
Game-Vilaiyaattu
Gang-Koottam
Gap-Yidaivehli
Garden-Thottam
Gargle-Koppili
Gas-Vaayu,Aahvi


LEARN TAMIL WORDS THROUGH ENGLISH--N,O


ENGLISH-TAMIL WORDS-N,O
N
Nab-Udanehh Pidiththal
Nag-Natcharippu
Nail -Nagam
Nail-Aani
Natïves-Palangkudi Makkal

LEARN TAMIL WORDS THROUGH ENGLISH-M


ENGLISH-TAMIL WORDS-M
M
Mackerel-Kadal Meen
Madam-Ammaiyaar
Mad-Payiththiyam
Magazine-Paththirikkai

LEARN TAMIL WORDS THROUGH ENGLISH-ICE


For pronunciation, please refer post LEARN TAMIL -BASIC
and post Learn 247 Tamil alphabets through English

ENGLISH-TAMIL WORDS-I

I
Ice-Panikatti
Idea-Yohhsanai
Identity-Adaiyaalam
Idiot-Muttaal

LEARN TAMIL WORDS THROUGH ENGLISH -H

ENGLISH-TAMIL words-H
H
Habitat-Vasippidam
Habits-Palakkam
Hair-Dresser-Mudi Alangarippavar
Hair-Mudi


LEARN TAMIL WORDS THROUGH ENGLISH -F

ENGLISH-TAMIL WORDS-F
F
Fable-Nalla Neri Kathaikal
Face-Mugam
Fact-Unmai

LEARN TAMIL WORDS THROUGH ENGLISH-E

ENGLISH-TAMIL WORDS-E
E
Each-Ovvondrum
Eager-Aarvam
Eagle-Kohttaan
Ear-Kaathu
Earn-Sambaariththal

LEARN TAMIL WORDS THROUGH ENGLISH-C

  • ENGLISH-TAMIL DICTIONARY-C
  • C
  • Cab-Vaadakai Kaar
  • Cage-Koondu
  • Camel-Ottakam
  • Can Not-Mudiyaathu

LEARN TAMIL WORDS THROUGH ENGLISH-B



ENGLISH-TAMIL WORDS-B
B
Butter-Vennai
Button-Buththaan
Buy-Vaangu
Byword-Solvathu


LEARN TAMIL WORDS THROUGH ENGLISH--A

ENGLISH -TAMIL WORDS.
A
aakkuvathu
Attract-Kavarvathu
Auction-Yehhlam
Aunt –Aththai, Siththi
Aunt-Athai,Periyamma,Sinnamma
Avoid-Thavir
Awful-Miga Mosamaana

LEARN TAMIL WORDS THROUGH ENGLISH-A

 
For pronunciation, please refer post LEARN TAMIL -BASIC

and post Learn 247 Tamil alphabets through English
 
 
 

ENGLISH-TAMIL WORDS-I

TAMIL WORDS IN ENGLISH:

AANGKILATHTHIL THAMIL:
 

 

  • A -One-Muthal Tharam
  • Abandon-Vittuviduvathu
  • Ablaze-Thee Pidippathu
  • Able-Mudium
  • Abnormal-Viththiyaasamaana

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Learn Simple Basic Tamil Words Through English

Just pronounce the following words as you pronounce English words.


Action Seyal
Words vaarththaikal


divide
Vaguththal

add
Saer,koottu

minus
Kali

fry
Pori

Light up
Yaetru

heap
Kuvi

thirsty
Thaagam

love
Viruppam

Kind
Anbu

Hear
Kael

Tease
Naiyaandi

Clap,
Kaithattu

know
Theyrium

Open
Thira

Cick
Uthai

Close,shut
Saaththu

Climb
yaeru

Come down
Keylay vaa

Turn
Thirumbu

Bend
Kuni

Break
Udai, vettu

Close
Moodu
Catch
Pidi

Lick
Nakku

Monday, December 28, 2009

LEARN ENGLISH GRAMMAR- LESSON -1.TENSES: PRESENT, PAST AND FUTURE TENSES

LEARN SIMPLE ENGLISH GRAMMAR-LESSON-1
1. Tenses:-

Tense is a modification of a verb to show time of action.
The verb that shows the present time is known as the present tense.
I send the books - present tense.
The verb that mentions to past time is known as the past tense.
I sent the books - past tense.
The verb that shows the future time is said to be the future tense.I shall send some other books next week® future tense.
A verb shows
Present time - present tense-send
Past time -past tense-sent
Future time-future tense- will send, shall send.