Tuesday, October 16, 2018

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Monday, October 15, 2018


  2. Learn first the Alphabet .
  3. There are only 26 of them.
  4. a.e.i.o.u are vowels.
  5. Rest of them 21 are consonants.
  6. A means one. A is an alphabet.
  7. When any noun starts with vowel ,if it is in single we use AN.
  8. Like the words An ant, an egg, an ice-cream , an orange, and an umbrella.
  9. Learn from an ant to know about how to be busy  and how to save for rainy season.
  10. The hens lays an egg ,expecting a chick but man breaks it, make it into omelette  and finish it.
  11. Who dislikes an ice-cream in this world? only the diabetic patients.
  12. Is an orange a fruit or a vegetable?
  13. If it rains now and then do not forget to take with you an umbrella.
  14. A boy in a village carried an umbrella.There was no rain in the village for many months. When asked why he carried an umbrella, he said it may surely rain some day. What's up must come down.
  15. I have a small question for you.
  16. It rains heavily on some days. The drops they all join ,become a stream, then a river, then a deluge or a flood and finally reaches the ocean.
  17. Right. Is there a dam up in the sky? where  were all these raindrops and water up above? Man cannot control it in any way.
  18. When it falls heavily he is the loser of property and lives.
  19. When it falls moderately he is the gainer most of  the time.
  20. If it does not rain,  he and the land go hungry and thirsty.
  21. Umbrella in white reflects the Sun's rays.
  22. Umbrella in black keeps you warm.
  23. Umbrella in different colours what do they do?
  24. Back to English.
  25. Learn 10 words a day. 
  26. know the alphabet.know the spelling. know the syllables, know the pronunciation.know the meaning .use a good English dictionary. use the word in  a sentence. 
  27. Read. listen, understand,analyse,revise and review you too can be a master in English.
  28. https://www.google.co.in/search?q=amazon+dictionary+oxford&oq=amazon+dictionary&aqs=chrome.4.69i57j0l5.12721j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
  29. Oxford Student Learners DictionaryOxford English Mini DictionaryOxford Learner's Pocket English Dictionary: Student Book (Advanced)Oxford Advance Learners Dictionary PB with Online Access PK 9E

Who said English is difficult to learn?

  1. English with only 26 alphabet is  very easy to learn.
  2. Learn some verbs- the action words.
  3. Buy any good dictionary like Oxford.
  4. Refer to last few pages.
  5. You will find the present,past, past-perfect tense of any word;
  6. I will offer you more: infinitive to do present do, past did,present,past perfect, future perfect,have done,has done,
  7. present,past,future continuous as I am doing we are doing, you are doing, you all are doing, he is doing, she is doing, it is doing and they are doing.
  8. To do no harm to others even by words,deeds and actions is the  best religion.
  9. I do get up early in the morning.
  10. I did my work yesterday and got paid.
  11. I have gone to London to look at Big Ben.
  12. I have done  this many a time.
  13. He does his homework everyday.
  14. She does clean the dishes.
  15. The cat does clean its body by itself.
  16. They are all doing their duty thoroughly.
  17. Doing exercises regularly ,you will be fit to do any work easily
  18. to do, do,did ,done, does ,doing Doing.
  19. Oxford Picture Dictionary Monolingual (American English) dictionary for teenage and adult students (Oxford Picture Dictionary Second Edition)Oxford Advance Learners Dictionary with DVD - ROMhttps://www.amazon.in/Oxford-Picture-Dictionary-Second/dp/0194369765
  20. https://www.amazon.in/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=oxford+dictionary
  21. visit o21c.in and indiaintlstudents.com for some more.

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Saturday, October 13, 2018

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simple,complex and compound sentences.

  • I love you  is a simple sentence.
  • I love you  as you are reading my blogs and comment.Is this a simple sentence or a complex sentence?
  • I love you because you do not have superiority complex. What kind of sentence is this?
  • As I have the duty to help someone, I write this blog.
  • What kind of sentence is this?
  • simple sentence consists of only one clause.
  •  A compound sentence consists of two or more independent clauses.
  • . A complex sentence has at least one independent clause plus at least one dependent clause.
  • A complex sentence has one main clause and one or more subordinate clauses.
  • A simple sentence has only one main clause.
  • A compound sentence has consists of two main clauses.
  • You are beautiful and I want to have your company.
  • Is this a simple sentence or a complex sentence or a compound sentence?
  • I like your company as you are a very lovable person.
  • what kind of sentence is this?
  • A compound sentence  has coordinating conjunctions.They are:
  • For     Jim waited for Della but she didn't come.
  • And    Jim loved Della and he wanted to buy her silver comb.
  • Nor      Neither Jim nor Della was rich.
  • But    Della wanted to present Jim a gold chain but had no money.
  • Or      Jim or Della was very rich.
  • Yet     Jim had too much love for 
  • Della yet he could not get her the silver comb.
  •  So   Della sold her hair for Dollars.twenty so she could buy the gold chain for Jim.
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  • A complex sentence has one main clause and one or more subordinate clauses.
  • As I am suffering from fever,I need for leave for today only.
  • As I am suffering from fever- subordinate clause. I need for leave for today only. main clause.
  • How do you know the fever will last for today only?
  • Although he is rich, he does not have the heart to help any needy person.
  • after   After you finish reading,please pass on to your friend.
  • although     Although I put this Blog,I am still learning.
  • as                     As I like to help  you, I am putting this blog.
  • because            I like to help because you need some help.
  • before       Before it is too late, learn Rao's easy English grammar.
  • even though   Even though he is poor, he helps physically everyone.
  • if      If you read this, I am sure it will help you.
  • since  Since you are eager to learn, I write this blog.
  • though Though I know a little, I still want to inform you.
  • unless unless you try, you will not gain anything
  • until     wait here until I come back.
  • when  when you finish reading,please give your valuable comment.
  • whenever whenever you need me, I am there to help you.
  • whereas Some are criticising whereas I like to commend.
  • wherever wherever you see an old man, help him if he needs help.
  • while you can read also while you walk.
  • o21c.in     and also easytolearn.xyz can also help you

Friday, October 12, 2018

Easy Easy English

  1. I,my,mine,to me, me,myself.
  2. I have a dog.The dog is mine.It belongs to me. They call me Dog Lover. I am proud of myself that I love dogs.
  3. The dogs are more affectionate and faithful.
  4. We,our, ours, to us, us, ourselves.
  5. We have many parrots. Those parrots are ours. They belong to us. Some call us as parrot keepers. We take care of them ourselves.
  6. You,your,yours,to you,you, yourself.
  7. You have a sister.She is your sister. Sister Sita is yours. She belongs to you. She calls you Madhusudan. You bring gifts for her on her birthday yourself.
  8. You,your,yours,to you,you, yourselves..
  9. You start a school.That is your school.The school is yours. The school belongs to you. They call you as correspondent of the school. You all contributed money for building the school yourselves.
  10. He,his,his,to him, him, himself.
  11. He has a bag. That is his bag. The bag is his. It belongs to him. They call him Ram. He polishes his shoes himself.
  12. A story for a change:
  13. President Lincoln was polishing his own shoes.
  14.  The captain came to visit him.
  15. He asked a question,"why do you polish your shoes yourself?"
  16.  Lincoln replied,""Whose shoes do you Polish?"
  17. She,her,hers,to her, her, herself.
  18. She has a purse. It is her purse. The purse is hers. It belongs to her. They call her Mercy.She made the purse herself.
  19. It,its,its,to it,it,itself.
  20. It has a tail.It is its tail,The tail belongs to it. We call it a cow.It licks its calf itself.
  21. They,their, theirs,to them, them, themselves.
  22. They are Indians. It is their country.The country India is theirs. It belongs to them. Others call them Hindi in Middle- East.They are proud to be belonging to Free democratic India themselves.

Thursday, October 11, 2018


  1. Every sentence has a subject and predicate.
  2. Subject is the word/group of words stating what the naming word/words indicate.
  3. Predicate is the word/words telling us what the subject does,did,has done  or doing.
  4. Example: The young boy plays with the dog.
  5. Subject. The young boy  
  6. predicate: plays with the dog.
  7. Some sentences have transitive verbs.
  8. Transitive verbs are those which carry an object or objects.
  9. The young boy gives biscuits to the dog.
  10. Ask the question? What does the boy give? Biscuits.
  11. So the sentence has an object. so the verb is also in transitive.
  12. The horse runs fast. Is there any object in this sentence?
  13. No. runs is the verb the action word and does not carry an object. so it an intransitive verb.
  14. So we know now transitive verbs carry object in the sentence and the intransitive does not carry any object.
  15. My father gave me a gold pen as present.
  16. What did your father give? a present, a gold pen.
  17. These are called direct objects,
  18. To whom did your father give a gold pen as a present?
  19. to me. me is the indirect object.
  20. There are 8 parts of speech. Do you know all of them?
  21. yes. Noun,pronoun,adjective,verb,adverb,
  22. preposition,conjunction  and interjection.
  23. Noun is the naming word. Pronoun stands for the noun.
  24. Adjective qualifies or state something or describes the noun.
  25. Verb is the action word. stating what the subject does, did,is doing ,has done. or had done or will do.
  26. adverb modifies the verb giving an extension to the verb.
  27. Preposition relates about the position of the noun in relation to the other.
  28. Conjunction  join with and and but etc., to join both words Image result for wren and martinor sentences.
  29. Interjection is nothing but expressing surprise, sorrow, happiness and other strong feelings and emotions with an exclamatory mark!!!!

  30. Try to read this again and again until you learn fully and completely.
  31. If you need further help buy or borrow from the library Wren&Martin grammar book
  32. .Image result for wren and martinThis book with the key is worth keeping in your Home library for you and your family and your future generation.
  33. see also o21c.in for details
  34. https://www.amazon.in/Books-Wren-Martin/s?ie=UTF8&page=1&rh=n%3A976389031%2Cp_27%3AWren%20Martin

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Sentences know more about them

  1. What is  sentence? A sentence is a group  of words arranged in a logical order which makes complete sense.Example.Love all,hate none.
  2. If the words are jumbled, then it is very difficult to understand.Example: Sun,in,rises,early,the,morning.
  3. Now,see,"The Sun rises in the early morning."
  4. In the morning ,is a combination of words but not complete so it is called a phrase.
  5. Now let us see how many kinds of sentences are there.
  6. Assertive or Declarative sentence.
  7. I always get up early in the morning.
  8. In this we can have a positive and  negative sentence too.
  9. Example: She will not listen to me.(Negative)
  10. Smile and get a smile back.( assertive or Affirmative)
  11. Interrogative sentence.bearing a ?
  12. Who are You?Why have you taken birth in this world?What is the purpose of your life?
  13. Imperative sentences.
  14. expressing orders, commands, requests, advice, proposals, suggestions etc.,
  15. Please forgive me. work hard, let us go to the movie, Leave soon. Take the umbrella.Do not talk with strangers in the train nor accept anything from them.
  16. Exclamatory: stating joy,sorrow,regret, surprise.wonder, contempt, applause etc.
  17. Bravo! well-done!,Ah!What have I done!
  18. How beautiful is the Golden Bridge!
  19. Hurrah! nice! you have come so far!
  20. Ardent wish.prayer, boon or curse too are exclamatory.
  21. Long live all languages!
  22. May you live long!
  23. May God help you!
  24. May she be blessed with the child soon!
  25. How pleasant the weather is!

Thursday, October 4, 2018

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RAO'S EASY ENGLISH GRAMMAR Alphabet,words,order, sentence

  • As a human being,we all are blessed by God with a tongue with which we can talk either good or bad of all things under the Sun.
  • Speech is made up of words.Words are made up of alphabet. (A to Z  26 of them).
  • In alphabets we have 5 vowels and 21 consonants.
  •  Letters of alphabet are all  flowers of different colors and designs. 
  • We take these and collect them and make into words. 
  • You have to like the language, you  have to love the language and you have to live with the language.
  • These words we talk like the children,in bits and bits.
  • Who is your first teacher?Mother, Who you discard her and tell her she knows nothing and you know everything.

  • Mother is the first and greatest teacher.

  • You learn all the words from her.
  • Mother,father,brother,sister,uncle,aunt etc.,Water,milk, spoon,sugar, tumbler,sleep,cry.weep, laugh,hungry,thirsty.
  • kiss, hug, love, move, talk, speak, show,count,eyes and parts of the body,pain, happiness,sorrow,sorry, thanks, I,we, you, you, he ,she,it, they,go, come, bag,book, school,shoe,socks,tie, tiffin carrier, bread, butter, jam, biscuit, wall,T.V. picture,movie,theatre, film, song, hear,enjoy and so on and on.
  • Sentence is a group of words arranged in a logical order and which gives complete sense.
  • In the early morning.
  • What does this mean?
  • Something happens or is happening.
  •  It is not a sentence. It is a phrase.
  • Rises,the, Sun, early,morning,in,the
  • The above are words but not complete nor arranged in logical order.
  • How it must be spoken?
  •  The Sun rises in the early morning.
  • So we understand that
  • Sentence is a group of words arranged in a logical order which gives complete sense.