Himani Shah & Parash Shah
Jal Binayak at chobhar. They also visited Dakshinkali temple and worshiped the god.
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Grammar is the mortar that hold the bricks of vocabulary together. Without mortar the bricks can come tumbling down and that can cause embarrassing misunderstandings. There is a common impression that learning English grammar is painful, but it is a lot easier than many other languages. Of course, English is more than just memorizing grammar rules, the grammar must be incorporated into your everyday use of the language. Theory and practice should always go hand in hand.
Sometimes you can find patterns in English grammar, but other times English doesn’t make sense at all. For example, why are “read” (reed) and “read” (red) the same word, but pronounced differently depending on whether you’re speaking in the past or present tense? Or why is “mice” the plural of “mouse”, but “houses” is the plural of “house”?
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