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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    A collective noun is the name of a group of persons or things taken together and spoken of as a whole. e.g. army, team, committee, flock, group etc. Here are the 5 examples of collective nouns in sentences: The flock of birds surrounded the building. The jury is dining on take-out chicken tonight. TRead more

    A collective noun is the name of a group of persons or things taken together and spoken of as a whole. e.g. army, team, committee, flock, group etc. Here are the 5 examples of collective nouns in sentences:

    1. The flock of birds surrounded the building.
    2. The jury is dining on take-out chicken tonight.
    3. The Army will march towards the border.
    4. group of girls came to propose me.
    5. That organisation is full of frauds.
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    communicative skills are very important to every one when you want to or asked to present a speech you should have prepared in advance ---- Greet everyone --- if they don't respond you greet again -- tell your name -keep the class more energetic-- say the topic on which you are going to start your sRead more

    communicative skills are very important to every one
    when you want to or asked to present a speech you should have prepared in advance
    —- Greet everyone — if they don’t respond you greet again — tell your name -keep the class more energetic– say the topic on which you are going to start your speech . Even it would be a interactive session , you can ask question. ( OK, all-right,clear, got it) use these words in your speech
    —- you should have confidence
    —- you must be conscious of what you are saying, if its first time OK
    —- try to speak without grammatical mistakes
    —- each word should be pronounced correctly

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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Will be being can be used in grammar and it will be correct. However, it is quite rare and not used commonly. We can use will be being in the passive forms of simple present continuous tenses. e.g. They will be being murdered. It will be being done quickly. I shall be being slept then. She will be bRead more

    Will be being can be used in grammar and it will be correct. However, it is quite rare and not used commonly. We can use will be being in the passive forms of simple present continuous tenses.
    e.g.

    1. They will be being murdered.
    2. It will be being done quickly.
    3. I shall be being slept then.
    4. She will be being tired.
    5. The car will be being returned next month.

    However, it is better not to use will be being in sentences.

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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Absurd Drama is a sub-genre of Drama that focuses on the absurdity of human existence. Absurdism in simple words means efforts of human beings to find the centre or in other words the meaning of his life and his failure in doing so due to the limits of humanity. Absurd Drama was popularised by AlberRead more

    Absurd Drama is a sub-genre of Drama that focuses on the absurdity of human existence. Absurdism in simple words means efforts of human beings to find the centre or in other words the meaning of his life and his failure in doing so due to the limits of humanity.

    Absurd Drama was popularised by Albert Camus through his philosophy of absurdism. Camus belonged to the time of World Wars and hence he had seen mass killings of people that made him believe that there is no meaning of life and that every person gives his own meaning to it.

    His work The Misunderstanding is one of the best examples of Absurd Drama.

    Read about the Features of Absurd Drama.

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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    In indirect speech, we remove the comma after Reporting Verb and also the inverted commas of Reported Speech. In addition, as reporting verb is in Past tense, the Reported Speech will be changed from past indefinite to past perfect tense. Here will be changed into there and Yesterday into the day beRead more

    In indirect speech, we remove the comma after Reporting Verb and also the inverted commas of Reported Speech. In addition, as reporting verb is in Past tense, the Reported Speech will be changed from past indefinite to past perfect tense.

    Here will be changed into there and Yesterday into the day before.
    Thus the indirect speech for this sentence will be He said that she had been there the day before.

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  1. "I saw him today", she said. She said that she had seen him that day. "I'll see you tomorrow", he said He said that he would see me the next day. He said, "I live here". He told me he lived there "I'm getting a new car this week", she said. She said she was getting a new car that week "I was on holiRead more

    “I saw him today”, she said. She said that she had seen him that day.
    “I’ll see you tomorrow”, he said He said that he would see me the next day.
    He said, “I live here”. He told me he lived there
    “I’m getting a new car this week”, she said. She said she was getting a new car that week
    “I was on holiday last week”, he told us. He told us that he had been on holiday the previous week
    ‘the train arrived at 3:15’ , she said — she said that train has arrived at 3:15

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