My sister does not like backbiting and neither do I
My sister does not like backbiting and I do neither
My sister does not like backbiting and neither I do
My sister does not like backbiting and I do
Where have you born?
Where were you born?
Where had you born?
Where did you born?
Do you know when the results will be published?
Do you know when the results published?
Do you know when will the results published?
Do you know when the results shall published?
a number smaller than any other
the bais from of a verb
a large number but possible to count
the state of having no end or limit
a place of discharge from the bowels
a shelter for a dog
the house of a gypsy
a place where official papers are kept
adverb clause of time
plight and relief
bright and shiny
death and dissolution
war and contention
Did you ever go to abroad?
Have you ever been to abroad?
Had you ever gone to abroad?
Have you ever been abroad?
antidote : counteract
victim : attend
antiseptic : infect
wound : heat
that to laugh
In 'To daffodils' by Robert Herrick
In 'Daffodils' by William Wordsworth
In 'Under the greenwood tree' by William Shakespeare
In 'The Cloud' by P.B.Shelley
Blue and green
Red and yellow
Question 22, 23 and 24 are based on the following reading.No one knows when we started using colour, but we think that ancient cultures may have used colours to symbolize specific things. Research shows us that each culture had a different system for colour use. In other words, the people chose Nk hat the colours represented- blue in one culture could mean the opposite in another. Research suggests that over the years, we have learnt to recognize various colours as a warning. If a primitive man cut his hand and saw his blood, the red colour truly represented danger-it told him to do something about it or he could die. On the other hand, blue or green colour has a sort of healing. effect and helps people reduce their stresses. But the same person 7 would not eat meat if it was blue or green- something tells us that green or blue meat is bad. This is an experiment you can try for yourself with food colouring. Try serving a meal to your friends with the potatoes or rice coloured blue. You know that the food is harmless. but your guests will probably not eat it. And when they refuse the food, they are using a universal ability that humans have developed over thousands or years.
Our colour prejudice
Colour use in our culture
Our fear for colours
Colour and collar
is unlikely to try it
will become ill
knows it is harmless
can learn a useful skill