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When we read novels or plays, we come across dialogues that contain contractions. Scriptwriters use contractions in their dialogues to reveal the attitudes of characters.
Ninad Vengurlekar, co-founder of Utter app speaks about solving English learning mystery for cab drivers and delivery persons
Imagining Mahatma Gandhi in 2020 is not an easy task to think about, but his granddaughter Ela Gandhi and Gandhian scholar Tridip Suhrud give it a shot anyway
We spoke to Tushar Gandhi and Rajmohan Gandhi to find out more about him developing an interest in writing and the English language
Pradeep Yarra is a man on a mission to make India rabies-free by 2030 and is getting there by educating kids about how to deal with animals
Albert P' Rayan explores the different meanings of the word, 'hole'. In this column, he answers a couple of questions for which he was searching for an answer.
JNU's Kannada professor Purushothama Bilimale speaks about the importance of the language and his online platform that teaches Kannada to non-Kannadigas
We have always heard teaching is a noble profession. The students definitely think so too, but what do the educators who are a part of this, feel? We find out
When we talk about an individual member of the police, we use the terms policeman, policewoman, police officer or police chief
Elizabeth Keyton speaks about about how she managed to learn Malayalam by developing her own learning process
This documentary shows us the gruesome portrait of grief as a result of cow vigilantism and mob lynching
The Hour of Lynching is a telling documentary of mob lynching directed by Shirley Abraham and Amit Madheshiya. We spoke to the makers to find out more
Why TVF's Kota Factory is the ode to the studious Indian nerd who dreams of exam glory - that we all need to watch
TVF's latest web series Kota Factory has taken the internet by the storm. We catch up with its creator Saurabh Khanna
Microsoft Word's AI-driven feature to reconstruct complex sentences and make sure its gender inclusive
The announcement was first made at Microsoft's Build 2019 conference that is going on in Seattle
Stiff Upper Lip: 75% modern couples fight over bad grammar while 23% break up, finds Landmark survey
Landmark Bookstores recently conducted a survey on the variations in the behaviour of Grammar snobs and this is what they found
There are subtle differences between the acts of ‘verbing’ or ‘verbifying’, and also the words 'just' and 'only'
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