I am an English enthusiast. Love this language. So much so that in my early college days- I could memorize the entire Oxford’s dictionary (forgotten much of it with age though).
‘Powerful English’ is a deep desire with almost everyone who I meet; wherever I go. It is like the makeup of the bride (very few genuinely understand it, but it looks good). Hence, this effort at making ‘learning english’ simpler and more enjoyable!
Identical twin sisters get married to two different men. And, how important it is for the two ‘husbands’ to discrete their respective ‘wives’ for the discreet-actions. Rings a bell- Discrete v/s Discreet? That is what HOMONYMS are! And there are hundreds of ’em in the English language. Presenting to you 50 such difficult homonyms with examples and sentences – solutions you won’t forget ever! Be it a grammar test, the English section of CAT, CLAT, GRE, Bank PO, CSAT or any other competitive entrance exam – trust me, you are all set.
When I was in school, English grammar concepts used to give me nightmares. Prounouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs – all sounded Greek to me! And these are all important concepts from an exam point of view. Somehow, I managed my way past them. So, I have attempted to make the English grammar rules regarding these concepts easier for you. Below are some of the most common grammatical mistakes people do when it comes to pronouns, verbs, adjectives & adverbs. I have tired to present the rules in the most awesome unforgettable way so that it becomes easier for you.