Specific Rules of Interrogative Sentences

Specific Rules of Interrogative Sentences

Specific Rules of Interrogative Sentences

Interrogative Sentences can be classified in two types.
1. Yes/No questions: That can be answered in Yes/No
2. Wh questions: Questions that begin with Wh words, What, Where, Which, Who, How, etc.

Yes/No questions

Rules

1. Use conjunction if or whether in place of that. Whether is used when the question expresses
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List of Flag Carriers of Different Countries

List of Flag Carriers of Different Countries

List of Flag Carriers of Different Countries

Flag carrier:

Airline or ship-line registered under the laws of a country whose government gives it partial or total monopoly over international routes. In maritime law, all vessels (aircraft or ships) are required to prominently display the national flag of the country of their registry.

Country/Region Airline
Afghanistan Ariana Afghan Airlines
Algeria Air Algerie
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Sequence of Tenses - English Grammar Rules

Sequence of Tenses - English Grammar Rules

Sequence of Tenses - English Grammar Rules
The sequence of Tenses are the principles which govern the tense of the verb in subordinate clause vis-à-vis the tense of the verb in the principal clause. The rules which determine the tense of the subordinate clause if the tense of the principal clause is Present or Past or Future, is called Sequence of Tense.
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Highlights of Samagra Shiksha Scheme

Highlights of Samagra Shiksha Scheme

Highlights of Samagra Shiksha Scheme
  • Name of the scheme- Samagra Shiksha 
  • Launched by- Union Ministry of Human Resource Development 
  • Related to-Education 
  • Type- Integrated scheme for school education 
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Difference Between Important Banking Concepts-PDF

Difference Between Important Banking Concepts-PDF

Dear Students
We are releasing a very important PDF "Differences Between Important Banking Concepts. This 101 pages PDF offers an insight of many important banking concepts. The file is most important for upcoming bank exams.
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List of National Birds and Animals of Different Countries

List of National Birds and Animals of Different Countries


List of National Birds and Animals of Different Countries

List of National Animals of Different Countries

Country
Name of animal
Algeria Fennec fox
Antigua and Barbuda Fallow deer
Hawksbill turtle (national sea creature)
Australia Red kangaroo
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New Pattern Cloze Test - Part 11

New Pattern Cloze Test - Part 11

New Pattern Cloze Test- Part 11
Directions (1-10): In the passage given below there are blanks which are to be filled with the options given below. Find out the appropriate pair of words in each case which can most suitably complete the sentence without altering the meaning of the statement.
As political -----------(1) ---------- go, the electoral outcome in Malaysia last week was a major earthquake. After decades, the Barisan Nasional (national front) coalition, led by the United Malays National Organisation --------(2) --------- its first-ever defeat at the hands of Pakatan Harapan (alliance of hope).
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Difference Between Credit Card and Debit Card

Difference Between Credit Card and Debit Card

Credit card and debit card both are small plastic cards issued by the bank. With the help of debit card, an account holder is able to access money anytime and anywhere whereas credit is used to make payment on a credit purchase.
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RBI Grade B 2018 Test Series- Available Now

RBI Grade B 2018 Test Series- Available Now

Dear Students
We are launching the Mock Test Series for RBI Grade B 2018 Exam prepared by the faculty of Team BankExamsToday.com. The series of mock tests strictly adhere to the syllabus and exam pattern. 
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Government Schemes in India 2018 - PDF

Government Schemes in India 2018 - PDF

Ayushman Bharat Programme

It is one of the most important schemes which got launched in the recently concluded budget speech by our finance minister, Mr Arun Jaitley.We have majorly two initiatives under this programme-

Health and Wellness Centres-

  • To develop or establish around 1.5 lakh health care centres.
  • To  provide the basic essential drugs and diagnostic services.
  • A sum of 1200 crore rupees have been allotted for the scheme.
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