The effects of the current lockdown on people have been quite varied. Some people are finding this as a good time to build on themselves through engaging in various activities and hobbies, reading and just spending more time with family. And then there are others who are dreading this lockdown as they are shut from… Continue reading 21 Reasons Why the English Language is So Confusing
Dear children Since you have more time than usual at your hand, why don't you use that to build a new skill, improve in weak areas or just to try new things. Here's one of you, trying out blogging. Do have a look and share your feedback with her. Click here to access Anaisha's blog… Continue reading Blogging in Times of Corona
A character sketch is description of a person's qualities or traits. It tells you what makes a person who he/she/it is. Here's a video describing how to find character traits. It will also talk about character development. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWYpj9aqTr0 The image below sums up what the video is trying to tell you about character traits. Image… Continue reading How to Write a Character Sketch (For Beginners)
Here's the story of Heidi by the Swiss author Johanna Spyri . Do watch carefully and leave your comments below.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tp0wnIs0TSsHappy Sunday!
Here are some practice exercises on subject- verb agreement. Exercise 1: Based on the use of "or"/ "nor" Exercise 2: Use of "each", "every", "neither", "either" etc. Exercise 3: With collective nouns
A fable is a short story that teaches a lesson or has a moral. The main characters in fables may be animals, legendary creatures and people. Aesop was a Greek fabulist and storyteller who wrote many fables. His fables are collectively known as "Aesop's Fables". Here is one of his fables for you. It's called… Continue reading The North Wind and the Sun