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Feb 19, Lessons (Grammar). Lessons [PDF] [Contents]. Cary Tamil class lessons [ PDF] Alphabet Chart [PDF]- with English transliteration. English Sentences. The document is brought to you by NLRC Spoken English, Salem, TN, India. Download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd. Flag for .. Royal Easy English Grammar Through Tamil Uploaded by. Download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd Royal Easy English Grammar Through Tamil Page 1 of 14 1st Chapter contains the following lessons.

Grammar is nothing but the rules and regulations framed for speaking and writing in any language without a mistake. The remaining 21 letters are called Consonants. We have to know some important words used often in the Sentence. Knowing meaning and usage of the word in the sentence will help us to use these words in sentences in future. To There are some exceptions which will be studied in later stage. In - Example: For me For you For him ' 1 For her '. In the above examples. For having killed a snake " For having sold this house ' 1". For meeting my friend 1" " For sending money to my father 1" ' 0 '1 3 For having written a letter. For having told truth " For having beaten him ' " '. From - Example:

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For the purpose of: For the sake of: In a short span of time: From far and wide: Example People came from far and wide to see the beautiful building. But for: Example But for her help. Once upon a time — Example Once upon a time in a forest.

By and large -- Example By and large I like her conduct and characters. I could not go to England.

By force of circumstance: Off and on: Out of Question: Example His efforts to go to Dubai are now out of question. On the way to: In the middle of: He was studying his lessons at the eleventh hour. Reading novels is his past time. He had not helped me even though I was in need of money in my rainy time but on the other hand I am helping him at his rainy days. He comes to house to visit my parents once in a blue moon.

In Cold blood: Sometimes one of friends behaves with others in cold blood. In the event that you do not pay the money in right time, your credit facility will be stopped without any notice. The proposed meeting is off. Pros and cons. As usual: Example He is late to office as usual. Example He is an honest person through and through. Example I saw the person walking in the street through the window.

To the extent of: As of: At the outset —. As a consequence of: In the presence of: Raman did not eat a mango.. Where did they download a book? Do they read news papers?.

Go to school and study. A sentence is a group of words which gives a complete sense. Raman went to school. Please help me to lift the box. At the same time. How beautifully she danced! What a picture! N The above each and every sentence has a group of words. What a cruel king he is! Do not talk in the class room. Imperative Sentence Interrogative Sentence Assertive Sentence 2.

Assertive Sentence: A Sentence which gives an affirmative or a negative sense is called an Assertive Sentence.

These are as follows. Raman eats an apple. Exclamatory Sentence. Rahim has not gone to Singapore. I do not want to harm others. Please note that the above sentences are giving affirmative and negative senses. Rahim had seen a picture. Kamala has gone to Madras. The teacher teaches grammar. Gopal does not write a letter.

Rahul will not fight with his brother.

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Affirmative Sentence and 2. Negative Sentence. Affirmative Sentence: Example 1. Where did you go yesterday? Interrogative Sentence — A sentence which gives a sense of asking or questioning is called an Interrogative sentence. How are You?

What do you want? Who are you? How old are you? Have you finished your work? Will you meet me in Madras? Did you study these subjects? What is your father?

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Are you happy in doing this work?. Will you help me? May I come in? Interrogative Sentence under Specific Type. Examples 1. Do what I say. Imperative Sentence " A sentence which expresses a command or an entreaty is called an imperative sentence. Go to shop and download a book. Do not go to Madras. Please hear my advice and then do your work. Please follow my ways. Go to shop to download a book.

Please advise him so that he can correct himself. Obey my instructions. Please treat him in a good manner. What a picture it is! Please try to understand our situation. What a sad news! How beautifully she dances! We can learn more about sentence when we are going to study Direct and Indirect Speech. A Subject in a sentence is the part which indicates the person or thing we are speaking about. Subject and 2. She goes to school. No Subject Predicate 1 He Eats an apple.

Kumar has written a letter. They have seen a picture. He eats an apple. The bus comes here.

A subject of sentence always comes first in a sentence. Some times in poetry and some other sentences. The calm comes after the storm Your suggestions and comments are welcome. O Examples: We can understand this from the above examples. After the storm comes the calm. On the top of the hill lives the hermit.

A subject of a sentence will not come in an Imperative sentence but it is understood. Here comes the bus. Some boxes are under the table 3. Once upon a time ruled over this country a king.

Under the table are some boxes. The bus comes here 4. Go to school. Once upon a time a king ruled over this country 5. Do not go there. Do not waste your time.

Be happy. To what. Kumar has drunk water. A song. Many foreigners! Tamil films attract many foreigners. Sita sings a song. Sentence Objects for the Verb in the sentence 1. I killed a snake. They gave me a book. They have given me a pen Me. A gold watch ' 0! My brother. The students. I bought my brother a car. They have distributed the students sweets. He will give me a gold watch.

Conjunction " 3 8. Verb " 5. Adverb " 6. Eight Parts of Speech 1. These are called parts of speech. Interjection 3 Your suggestions and comments are welcome. Preposition " 7.

Akbar was a king. The pen writes well. NOUN A word which is used to express the name of a person. Tamil Nadu is one of states in India. The Dove flies in the Sky. The Sun rises in the East. Her knowledge made her get good position in the office '. This is a red pen.

Sita is a beautiful girl. Kumar is a clever boy. Chennai is a busy city. Rahman is a generous man. So He is noted as pronoun. Rama went to forest. VERB " A word which expresses an action or a state is called a verb.

ADVERB " A word which is used to add some thing to the meaning of a verb or an adjective or an another adverb is called an adverb. Sita writes an essay beautifully.

Sheela went to school. Ravi sat on the wall. He worked for this nation. He has come from America. A sentence cannot finish with because because because is a conjunction. Ram and Hari went to school.

He passed in the examination because he had studied very well. We have won the match. Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles. Jump to Page. Search inside document. Lesson No. From me From my father From our country From their money From the forest From writing a story From seeing a picture From learning good books From understanding this point From having known this From having seen a good man From having studied your lessons From having cut this relationship From having gone to school From having taught this lesson.

Please note that if any verb comes after From, it should be a present participle. In the above examples, please note that after From having , the Past participle of a verb has come. So always after From having if any verb comes, it should be a past participle. With - My;- cld; - XL Example: Please note that if any verb comes after Without , it should be a present participle.

In the above examples, please note that after Without having , the Past participle of a verb has come. So always after Without having if any verb comes, it should be a past participle.

Please note that if any verb comes after On, it should be a present participle.

Important Spoken Tamil Situations Into Spoken English Sentences - Sample

In the above examples, please note that after On having , the Past participle of a verb has come. So always after On having if any verb comes, it should be a past participle. He has passed the examination because of his hard work mtDila fbd ciog;gpd; fhuzkhf mtd; NjHtpy; ntw;wp ngw;whd;. He did not go to school due to his illness. By virtue of his hard efforts, he has achieved a good position in his life.

On account of his having passed in First Class, he has got a good job. Thanks to the development of science, we have got so many things in our daily life. Please visit our Website: Owing to his illness, he did not go to school. In consequence of his failures in life, he learnt a lot of experiences. By virtue of his powers, the President ruled the country under control. Ml;rp nra;jhH. According to the instructions given by the Employer, the workers are doing their work.

Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles. Jump to Page. Search inside document. Lesson No. To f;F Example: For - Mf Example: From - ,Ue;J Example: According to: Selva Raj. Ramachandran Ram. Giriprasad Gunalan. Tamil Silambarasan. Satish Kalaiarasu. Naga Pradeep Veerisetty.

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