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DD Sahyadri-Guidance for Std.10 and Std.12 Students

DD Sahyadri Lecture Series for 10th and 12th StudentsClick_Here_Spoken_English
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ENGLISH-GRAMMAR_GLOBAL-ENGLISH-CREATIVITY


इयत्ता १२ वी सराव प्रश्नपेढी (सर्व विषय)
(QUESTION BANK)


STUDY ENGLISH WRITING SKILL with
‘GLOBAL ENGLISH CREATIVITY’

REPORT WRITING FILM REVIEW
MIND MAPPING BOOK REVIEW
EMAIL WRITING SUMMARY WRITING
BLOG WRITING STATEMENT OF PURPOSE (SOP)
APPEAL WRITING GROUP DISCUSSION
TAKING INTERVIEW DRAFTING VIRTUAL MESSAGES
EXPANSION OF IDEA ART OF COMPERING
SPEECH WRITING


Study Ice Breakers & Brainstorming
Activities of Std.12 with
‘GLOBAL ENGLISH CREATIVITY’

1.1 AN ASTROLOGER’S DAY- ICE BREAKERS 1.3 THE COP AND THE ANTHEM- ICE BREAKERS
1.1 AN ASTROLOGER’S DAY- BRAINSTORMING (A1 to A4) 1.3 THE COP AND THE ANTHEM- BRAINSTORMING
1.1 AN ASTROLOGER’S DAY- BRAINSTORMING (A5 to A7) 1.4 BIG DATA-BIG INSIGHTS- ICE BREAKERS
1.2 ON SAYING ‘PLEASE’- ICE BREAKERS 14 BIG DATA-BIG INSIGHTS- BRAINSTORMING
1.2 ON SAYING ‘PLEASE’-BRAINSTORMING (A1 to A4) 1.6 INTO THE WILD- ICE BREAKERS
1.2 ON SAYING ‘PLEASE’- BRAINSTORMING (A5 to A7) 1.6 INTO THE WILD- BRAINSTORMING (A1 to A4)
2.1 SONG OF THE OPEN ROAD- ICE BREAKERS 1.6 INTO THE WILD- BRAINSTORMING (A5 to A6)
2.1 SONG OF THE OPEN ROAD- BRAINSTORMING 1.8 VOYAGING TOWARDS EXCELLENCE- ICE BREAKERS
2.2 INDIAN WEAVERS- ICE BREAKERS 1.8 VOYAGING TOWARDS EXCELLENCE- BRAINSTORMING (A1 to A3)
2.2 INDIAN WEAVERS- BRAINSTORMING 1.8 VOYAGING TOWARDS EXCELLENCE- BRAINSTORMING (A4 to A6)
2.6 MONEY- ICE BREAKERS
2.5 FATHER RETURNING HOME- ICE BREAKERS
2.6 MONEY- BRAINSTORMING  4.1 HISTORY OF NOVEL


LEARN ENGLISH GRAMMAR with

‘GLOBAL ENGLISH CREATIVITY’

TENSES AS SOON AS / NO SOONER…THAN
DIRECT-INDIRECT SPEECH QUESTION TAG
MODAL AUXILIARIES Types of NOUNS
SO…THAT / TOO…TO Types of PRONOUNS
EXCLAMATORY / ASSERTIVE Types of ADJECTIVES
TOO / ENOUGH Types OF VERBS
UNLESS / IF…NOT IN SPITE OF / DESPITE
SO / BECAUSE USING ‘ALMOST’
COLLOCATIONS
MOOD