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PhD thesis

Here are a few softwares that will make writing a PhD thesis easier 

While Grammarly can help you deliver error-free documents, Mendeley can help you manage the references for your thesis

Published on 24th April 2018
Essay Book

This children's essay book says a 'modern girl' is 'self-centred and only cares for fashion'

An essay book intended for  ICSE, ISC, CBSE school students portrays the modern girl to be someone who is selfish and thinks only about herself

Published on 23rd August 2018
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How one word in English can have different meanings based on the context in which it is being used

A synonym is a word having nearly the same meaning as another word or a phrase

Published on 13th August 2018
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Dear Sreeram and Co, here's why your Young Achiever's Matrimonial ad made me want to hit my head

Because, what other job do the IIT/IIM hudugas and hudagis of Bengaluru have other than picking partners like cauliflowers at a marriage market meet on International Youth Day?
 

Published on 26th July 2018
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Why is it important to learn words in chunks?

According to Neuroscience research, it is easier for us to remember lexical chunks than isolated words

Published on 9th July 2018
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Give yourself Kota level coaching with online classes for JEE, NEET

The unwritten rule that you need to sweat it out in a coaching centre from dawn till dusk has flown out the window with the advent of online IIT JEE and NEET coaching by players like Aakash Live

Published on 20th June 2018
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Digital India, really? Only one in four adults use Internet in India

78 per cent of adults in India do not own a smartphone and a whopping 80 per cent of the population in the country have no clues about Facebook or Twitter

Published on 20th June 2018
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The Ellipses is called the Economist of the English language. Find out why!

Albert Rayan elaborates on Ellipses in the English language - to avoid using unnecessary repetition of words

Published on 4th June 2018
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Update your vocabulary, know the difference between who and whom 

Traditional grammarians (formal) go by traditional grammar rules whereas modern grammarians (normal) go by the evidence of language in use

Published on 28th May 2018
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Learning to get the grammar and usage right in the English language

While grammar is a set of rules that are essential to make meaningful utterances, usage is the way in which words and phrases are actually used in a language community

Published on 23rd April 2018
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The know-how of the usability of transitive and intransitive verbs in sentence construction

English grammar with all its dos and don'ts can be quite daunting for some, but there is a sheer joy in mastering the language in its true essence. Do you agree?

Published on 30th March 2018
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Why you need to know the difference between transitive and intransitive verbs

Grammatical errors can make or break a sentence, especially in the English language, and getting them right is as basic as it gets

Published on 22nd March 2018
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Don't want my poems to be taught in a flawed education system: Balachandran Chullikkadu

The poet from Kerala was appalled with how lightly corrections and basic spelling and grammar are dealt with in the education system

Published on 20th March 2018
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Social Media 101: Why getting the 'Art of Creating' good hashtags is important

Hashtags have emerged to play a pivotal role in garnering support and encouraging movements by getting the message across, in a trendy way

Published on 23rd February 2018
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Why Collocation is problematic for most English learners. Here's how to fix it

Albert Rayan, Professor of English believes that it is imperative that one know not just the word's meaning, but also its combinations for a healthier and effective use of the language

Published on 7th February 2018

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