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PAGE COUNT -- 40
PAGE SIZE -- 8.5"*11"
This Book Covers The Following Topics:
How to End a Sentence
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘ADJECTIVES’
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘ADVERBS’
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘-LY WORDS’
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘VERB WORDS’
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘ING’ FORM of VERBS
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘PAST PARTICIPLES’
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘Auxiliary/Modal Verbs’
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘NOUNS’
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘IDIOMS/PHRASES’
How to End a Sentence -- Using ‘PREPOSITIONS’
How to End a Sentence -- Miscellaneous
Exercises: 1(A) and 1(B)
Exercises: 2(A) and 2(B)
There are different ways to end a sentence in English. There are various words which are widely used to end a sentence. They might be adjectives, adverbs, nouns or pronouns. They might also be words formed from verbs, ending in –ing, -ed, -en, etc. Besides, prepositions, idioms and phrases are also used to end a sentence. Here, you will learn various words and phrases to end a sentence with.
How to END a sentence -- Using ‘ADJECTIVES’
Available -- The daily need items are easily available.
Comfortable -- He has been making all possible efforts to make my life comfortable.
Complacent -- We must not be complacent.
Condemnable -- Instances of people throwing stone on doctors are condemnable.
Contagious -- Corona-virus is highly contagious.
Distant -- People are not created to be socially distant.
Infectious -- Many viruses are highly infectious.
Informed -- Be fully informed.
Needy -- Schools were used as food distribution centers for the needy.
Pessimistic -- Don’t be pessimistic.
Spectacular -- The view and the natural surroundings of the lake were spectacular.
Technological -- Every country needs to take special care to avoid any attack, be it biological or technological.
Unpardonable -- His acts are unpardonable.
Unprecedented -- The situation is unprecedented.
How to END a sentence -- Using ‘-Ly Words’
Actually -- Life is a circus actually.
Considerably -- The cancellations of hotel bookings are likely to dent their revenue considerably.
Deeply -- Think more deeply.
Drastically -- The rate of sample collection was increased drastically.
Effectively -- Students should organize their time more effectively.
Efficiently -- Sharing responsibility and burdens help us reach our objective more efficiently.
Harshly -- We all have fears of being judged harshly.
Physically -- Challenge yourself physically.
Repeatedly -- Wash your hands repeatedly.
Separately -- Police had made arrangements to accommodate the accused separately.
Smoothly -- Ensure that all employees have the technical skills needed to perform the job smoothly.
Steadily -- The number of those visiting the tourist places has been increasing steadily.
Urgently -- This matter should be looked into urgently.
Manik Joshi was born on 26th Jan 1979 in Ranikhet (Distt-Almora), Kumaon zone of India. He is permanent resident of Haldwani (distt.-nainital). He graduated with bio subjects in 1999. He finished his MBA (with specialization in marketing) in 2001. Then he got 3 diplomas in computer from private institute at Lucknow (capital of up, India) within a year. Then he did computer related jobs at Lucknow for two years and in Delhi (the national capital of India) for one year. Later he chose 'internet business' as his profession. He got particularly interested in domaining (business of buying and selling domain names), web designing and various online jobs.