Functional english, English

Questions

1. What are Verbs? Write various rules that you would remember while using verbs.  

2. What do you mean by conjunctions? When would you use them in English Language? Give examples.  

3. What are the various types of question that can be asked from a passage for reading comprehension?  

4. Discuss about Ten homonyms and use them in your own sentences.

5. What is the difference between the theories of language evolution?

6. Is it true there can be no communication without sentences? If no, why are the sentences needed? If yes, discuss reasons.

7. What do you keep in mind while writing / talking in active voice?

8. What activities you would participate in to enhance your vocabulary?

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