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Venugopala Kasaragod
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Airtel 4G anyone?
In a household where there are multiple users for the same
Wifi broadband, the connection becomes painfully slow. My toddler screams when his
cartoon videos buffer. Poor thing, he thinks I have done something to make the
videos stop. I can’t make him unders...

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Honey Diet
Image of   Dabur Honey Everyone loves honey.
Kids, young boys, girls, men, women and grandmothers find different uses for
it. It is a proven medicine according to Ayurveda. It is considered as an
elixir according to Vedas. It is one among the five amritas, ...

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Zenith: ending with Z
I have reached the Zenith of my A-Z of my journey on Grammar
and punctuation. It was a journey which I had begun with doubts but it has
helped me learn tremendously. I am sure some of you might have found a few of
my posts useful as well. Thank you for bein...

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You words
You-the pronoun of the second person singular or plural,
used of the person or persons being addressed, in the nominative or objective
case. Examples: ·          You are my inspiration. ·          Are you coming with us? ·          Do you think that I can w...

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X-Bar theory
X-bar theory is a component of linguistic theory which
attempts to identify syntactic features common to all those human languages
that fit in a presupposed (1965) framework. It claims that among their phrasal
categories, all those languages share certain s...

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Who/ Whom usage
Who/ Whom usage often confuses writers. So here is an easy method. Use he/him method to decide whether who or whom is correct.
Check what (he or him) comes as the answer to the question. If he comes as answer, then use who. If him comes as answer then use w...

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Verbal Noun
The present participle form of the verb used as a noun is
called as a Verbal Noun. It is also called a ‘gerund’. Example: ·          Smoking is not permitted here. In this sentence though smoking is a verb,
it acts like a noun. ·          I don’t like eatin...

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You words
You-the pronoun of the second person singular or plural,
used of the person or persons being addressed, in the nominative or objective
case. Examples: ·          You are my inspiration. ·          Are you coming with us? ·          Do you think that I can w...

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Unique
The word Unique is a classifying adjective. Classifying
adjectives put things into groups or classes. They cannot normally be modified
by having adverbs such as ‘very’ placed in front of them. Unique means ‘of
which there is only one’. So it is, strictly sp...
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