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What Are Determiners in English? Determiners in English Grammar with EXAMPLES


What Are Determiners in English?
Determiners in English Grammar
On a regular basis we are sharing Government job updates, Study Material, Free online video classes, and various study notes on our Sarkari Job Portal website. Today we are coming with the most important topic in English Grammar known as “Determiners in English grammar”.

It is important to construct sentences that are correct. In order to construct a correct sentence in English, we need to know the different aspects of constructing a sentence. If we know ‘what’, ‘how’ or ‘when’ a particular word should be used, it is easier.

What are determiners?
In English, determiners are words which are mostly used to:
  • Define a noun which can be a thing or a person.
  • State the quantity or the number of things or people.
  • State the possessives.
  • State specificity to a thing or a person.
  • State how things or the person can be distributed.
  • State, how one noun is different from the other nouns?
  • State whether something or someone is not specific.
There are different types of determiners in English Grammar. Each of those specific determiners is being used by the following few rules of English grammar. The use of determiners mainly depends on the type of noun that we are trying to describe.

The standard rules for using determiners are:
·       Singular nouns will need a determiner
·       Plural noun generally does not need a determiner
·       For nouns which are uncountable the use of determiners are optional i.e. you may or may not use the determiners.

ü Articles such as ‘a’, ‘an’ and ‘the’ are determiners.
Examples
·       I like a cat.
·       He used the book.
·       I am going to state.

ü Demonstratives such as ‘these’, ‘those’, ‘that’, ‘this’, etc. are also used as determiners.
Example
·       I saw those birds fly away.
·       I know this chapter.
·       I think this time is right.
·       Who is that fellow?

ü The possessives such as ‘our’, ‘their’, ‘my’, ‘hers’, ‘his’, ‘whose’, etc. are also used as determiners.
Example
·       This is our bed.
·       That is his pencil.
·       This is my bed.
·       Whose pencil is this?

ü Quantifiers such as ‘few’, ‘a few’, ‘many’, ‘much’, ‘each’, ‘every’, ‘some’, ‘any’ etc. are also used as determiners.
Example
·       I saw a few foxes in the forest.
·       I have a few chocolates left.
·       I have many chocolates left.
·       How many chocolates do you have?
·       How much price are you expecting for the thing?
·       Each people here in this ally are poor.
·       Every person in this community is rich.
·       Do you have any chocolates left?
·       I have some chocolates in my bag.

ü Numbers such as ‘one’, ‘two’, ‘three’, ‘twenty’, ‘forty’, etc. are also used as determiners.
Example
·       I have one paper exercise left to study.
·       I saw three birds.
·       I saw forty turtles beside the ocean.

ü Ordinals such as ‘first’, ‘second’, ‘1st’, ‘2nd’, ‘3rd’, ‘last’, ‘next’, etc. are also used as determiners.
Example
·       He is the first person to state the truth.
·       The next station in Durban.
·       The last station is in London.

Unless you know the use, it is difficult to grasp its application. You become more proficient as you practice and read more into English literature and grammar. Read more and learn more. 

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Compound Interest Maths Class 3 for Competitive Exams - CI Practice test

Compound Interest Maths Class 3

CI Practice test


Continue with the Maths classes, today we are going to share Compound interest class number 3. We already shared the first 2 tutorials related to this topic. Those who miss out those maths tutorial can click on the given link below to access those tutorial.


Point which Tutor is going to discuss in this Compound Interest video:
1.    Important topic of Math with respect to any exams like BANKING, SSC, CDS, AFCAT, RAILWAYS, and other STATE government exams.

2.    Shortcuts of Compound Interest.

3.    Compound Interest short tricks.

4.    Questions given below in the Practice Test.

5.    Once we completed all the lectures of Compound Interest you can attempt any question in the exam.
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PRACTICE TEST OF COMPOUND INTEREST – 3
1.) Find the difference between simple interest and compound interest for one year at the rate of 20% per annum on Rs 20000 when compounded half-yearly.
(Ans 200)

2.) Find the difference between simple interest and compound interest for one year at the rate 40% per annum on Rs 20000 when compounded quarterly.
(Ans 1282)

3 Find the difference between compound interest on Rs 16000 for one year at the rate 20% per annum when compounded half-yearly and quarterly.
(Ans 88.1)

4.) A sum of money is lent out at Compound Interest at the rate 20% per annum for 2 years. It would fetch Rs 482 more if interest is compounded half-yearly. Find the sum.
(Ans 20000)

5.) If the difference between compound interest compounded half-yearly and simple interest on a sum at the rate 10% per annum for one year is Rs 25. Find sum.
(Ans 10000)

6.) A person invested Rs 20000 with the rate of interest at 20% per annum. The interest was compounded half-yearly for the first year and in the next year, it was compounded yearly. Find the total of interest earned in the two years.
(Ans 9040)

7.) A certain sum of money becomes Rs 2500 in 3 years and Rs 3000 in 4 years at compound interest. Find the rate of interest.                                                               
(Ans 20%)

8.) A certain sum of money becomes 64/25 times of itself after 2 years at compound interest. Find the rate of interest.
 (Ans 60%)
                                                 



Data Interpretation Shortcut Techniques for Pie Chart - DI Pie Chart Questions and Answer

Data Interpretation Shortcut Techniques for Pie Chart

DI Pie Chart Questions and Answer

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This is Lecture number 2 related to the Data Interpretation topic. In the first lecture, we had discussed the BAR Graph problem in DI. Today we are going to discuss PIE Chart problem under Data Interpretation. We are going to share the video class related to the DI in which the tutor is going to explain all techniques to solve the questions easily. After that, we are going to share a PRACTICE Test below on the basis of this video tutorial along with correct answers. Practice as much as you can to increase your speed.

Major Key points related to the DATA INTERPRETATION PIE CHARTS:
1.   In the current situation we are with you by providing you online free classes especially for the UGC exam, Banking, and SSC exams.

2.   Data interpretation is one of the very Vital topics with respect to one of the following exams: “SSC, UGC, banking, CDS, state government exams, railways, hotel management, law entrance, and many more exams”.

3.   UGC STUDENTS who have a fear related to the data interpretation topic than they must watch this video class to handle the problem of PIE-CHARTS with ease during the exam. After watching this Data Interpretation video class, you will love data interpretation topics.

4.   Very easy ways to apply the concept on the questions and solving on the basic of RATIO  calculations.

5.   We are going to share 2 PIE graphs with good questions after the video for best practice at home.

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DI-PIE CHART Practice TEST
DIRECTION (1-5): The following pie-chart shows the percentage distribution of the expenditure incurred in publishing a book. Study the pie-chart and answer the questions based on it.
di pie chart

Compound Interest Maths Class 2 - CI Questions and Answers - Practice Test on the basis of Compound Interest Class 2

Compound Interest Maths Class 2

Practice Test on the basis of Compound Interest Class 2


This is the Maths class lecture number 2 in which the tutor is going to explain various Compound Interest questions and Answer. The tutor is using various methods to find the solution fast during the examination. Those who had missed out on the previous lecture for Compound Interest can click on the following link to access that lecture.



We are advising new candidates to watch the first lecture before watching the 2nd one lecture. After watching the complete video lecture you have to solve the practice test by using pen and paper.

We have shared the various questions on the basis of the lecture and their Answers. You have to solve each compound interest questions and find the answer. After solving the questions match your answers with the correct answers which we shared with each question. You will be able to find your score after matching the answers. Practice more and more similar questions related to this topic and your speed will automatically increase to find the solutions.
Compound Interest Maths Class

Key Points related to the Compound Interest Maths Class 2:
1.    One of the most important topic of Maths with respect to any of the competitive exams like BANKING, SSC, CDS, AFCAT, RAILWAYS, and other STATE-LEVEL government exams.

2.    Using shortcuts to solve Compound Interest problems by explaining it through two years and three years concept.

3.    The tutor is trying to solve by using Shot tricks and No Formula.

4.    Questions are given for Practice below.

5.    Once we completed all the lectures of Compound Interest you will be able to attempt any question in competitive exam.

WATCH THE COMPOUND INTEREST LECTURE -2

Classification Reasoning Class for Competitive Exam including Bank, SSC and UGC NET Exam Preparation Paper 1


Classification Reasoning Class

UGC NET Exam Preparation Paper 1


Today we are sharing reasoning class for competitive examination such as UGC NET, Banking, CDS, Railways, and other entrance examination. We have already covered many lectures related to the reasoning section. Those who want to access those lectures click on the following link: “REASONING CLASSES”.

Classification questions and answers will be discussed by the tutor in this video with a complete explanation. A total of 50 questions have been discussed by the tutor in this video. Very informative video related to the reasoning class which clears all concepts related to the Classification topic.

Key points CLASSIFICATION – ODD ONE OUT
1.    This is an important topic of reasoning section with respect to many exams like  UGC, SSC, banking, CDS, state government exams, railways, hotel management, law entrance, and many more exams.

2.    ALL Classification TYPES covered in this video class with 50  important questions from the upcoming exam point of you.

3.    1st ever video in which we covered 50 questions with full explanations in just 50 minutes. You would never get this type of video class anywhere else.

4.    It is important to enhance your vocabulary and general awareness to solve odd man out.

5.    Explanation of all types including examples in a single video.

6.    Unique examples gathered for the understanding of word-based classification.

7.    20 very new and good questions attached below after the classification reasoning class video.

8.    Never forgot and no need to open book for logics of the odd one out -if you watch this video and after answer any question in 2 seconds if you have command over vocab and awareness.

9.     Number based, letter-based, word-based, and pair based classification covered.

Video Class Related to the Classification

Compound Interest Maths Class 1 - CI Questions and Answers by using Short Tricks - Maths Classes for Competitive Exams

Compound Interest Lecture -1

Maths Classes for Competitive Exams

Hello dear readers, we are going to share Compound Interest Lecture Number 1 related to the competitive exams. Continue with our Maths Classes this is Topic Number 3. This is a lecture about the CI Maths Tricks in the Hindi Language.

We have already covered the following topics: Profit And Loss and Ratio and Proportions. This is a new maths topic which is really important for competitive exams.
This is a new Topic under Maths section which is really important for all competitive exams including SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, IBPS PO, IBPS CLERK, SBI PO, SBI CLERK, UPSC, Railways, and other competitive examinations. Approximately 2-4 questions are being asked in every competitive examination from this topic of Maths.

Along with the video tutorial, we are going to share the PRACTICE TEST Related to this video tutorial. First of all, you have to watch the video class carefully after that you have to try to solve all these questions which we had shared in the practice test of compound interest. 

We have shared compound interest questions and answers. Solve each problem and compare your answer with the correct answers.

Major Key Points related to this Compound Interest Video Tutorial:
1.    This is an important topic of Mathematics with respect to any exams like BANKING, SSC, CDS, AFCAT, RAILWAYS and other STATE Level Government exams.

2.    Basic Lecture of Compound Interest explaining two years and three years concept by using Maths trick.

3.    We will explain about the CI problems by using No Formula. We try to solve CI questions by using short tricks.

4.    We have shared the Question set below after the video which is really important for your Practice.

5.    Once we had completed all the lectures of Compound Interest you can attempt any question in the exam with ease.

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PRACTICE QUESTIONS OF COMPOUND INT – 1
1.) Find the Simple Interest on Rs 10000 for 2 years at the rate 5% per annum.
(Ans 1000)

2.) Find the Compound Interest on Rs 10000 for 2 years at the rate 5% per annum.
(Ans 1025)

3.) Find the difference between Simple Interest and Compound Interest on Rs 10000 for 2 years at a rate of 5% per annum.
(Ans 25)

4.) Find the Simple Interest on Rs 40000 for 3 years at the rate of 5% per annum.
(Ans 6000)

5.) Find the Compound Interest on Rs 40000 for 3 years at the rate 5% per annum.
(Ans 6305)

6.) Find the difference between Simple Interest and Compound Interest on Rs 40000 for 3 years at the rate 5% per annum.
(Ans 305)

7.) Find the Simple Interest and Compound Interest and difference between Simple Interest and Compound Interest on Rs 2160 for 3 years at the rate of 16 ⅔ % per annum.
(Ans 1080, 1270, 190)

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Ratio and Proportion Part 7 for Competitive Exams - Maths Classes for Competitive Exams

Ratio and Proportion Lecture Number 7

Maths Classes for Competitive Exams

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This is our Last Lecture related to the Ratio and Proportion topic for Competitive examination. We have already shared 6 lecture related to the Ratio and Proportion Maths Topic.

Those who miss out any of these any lecture can click on the following link to access all lectures of Maths: “ MathsPlaylist for Competitive Exams” .

We will come with a fresh topic day after tomorrow under the Maths section for competitive Examination. Those who are preparing for the entrance examination must subscribe to our website for regular updates. After watching the video tutorial does perform the practice test which we shared below along with correct answers based on the Ratio and Proportion Lecture Number:7.

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PRACTICE QUESTIONS OF RATIO AND PROP – 7
1.) Tom is chasing jerry. When tom jumps 7 times jerry jumps 8 times but 5 jumps of the tom is equal to the 6 jumps of the jerry. Find the ratio of the speed of Tom and Jerry.
(Ans 21 : 20)

2.) A hound pursues a hare and takes 5 leaps for every 6 leaps of the hare but 4 leaps of the hound are equal to 5 leaps of the hare. Compare the rates of hound and the hare?
(Ans 25 : 24)

3.) When 30% of one number is subtracted from another number the second number reduces to its four fifth. Find the ratio between the first and the second number respectively?
(Ans 2 : 3)
ratio and proportion maths class

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