The Right to Education Act (Article 21 A of the Constitution of India) was passed in 2009. The Act makes education a Fundamental Right of every child in India between six and fourteen years of age. It also states that no child shall be liable to pay any kind of fee or charges or expenses which may prevent him or her from pursuing and completing . . .
The use of ‘hern’ by the poet (Lord Tennyson) is an example of poetic license. The word ‘heron’ has been turned into ‘hern’ to match the rhyming word ‘fern’. Heron is a large water-bird. . . .
The play Macbeth opens in a rather unusual way as compared with Shakespeare’s other plays. The three witches engage in single lined dialogs that cycle from first to the second to the third wtich . FIRST WITCH When shall we three meet again? In thunder, lightning, or in rain? SECOND WITCH When the hurly-burly’s done, When the battle&rsq . . .
Fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions: She lives _____ Mumbai. She lives _____ 4, Gandhi Baug. He started _____ four _____ the morning. He hanged himself _____ a piece of rope. The portrait was painted ______ Da Vinci _____ the fourteenth century. I must start ______ dawn to reach the station in time. I hope to reach the st . . .
In each of the following items, sentence A is complete, but sentence B is not. Complete sentence B, making it as similar in meaning to sentence A. 1. A. She caught the bus and went to the university. B. Having _______________________________________________________________________ 2. A. If the thief apologises, he will be pardoned. B. U . . .
rudely - in a rude manner. carelessly - without care. then - in those days. here - on this spot. everywhere - in all places. there - in that place. abroad - to a foreign nation. recently - few months/days back; some time back. Bravely…in a brave manner&nbs . . .