Articles - English Grammar Notes

In a series of sharing useful English Grammar notes, today I am sharing Articles. Last week I shared Adverbs.

Types of Articles:

1. Definite (the)
2. Indefinite (a/an)
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Examples:

#1. there was a king in the forest and the king was brave.
                { here 'a' used before king ( which is not known and does not described before,it is also countable noun,so there we use 'a'.

#2. She is an intelligent girl.

               { a indefinite article is used before the adjective of singular noun }

#3. she gave me aninformation .
                                       
  { Article is not used before information because information is not a singular countable noun }
        so the correct sentence will be 
Correct Sentence : She gave me information                      
    

Where to use 'a' and 'an'

   'a' is used before singular countable noun started with a consonant alphabet or which are sound consonant. 
Ex: chair, BA etc

'an' is used before the singular countable noun which are started countable noun which are started with vowels or give sound of vowels.
Ex : Heir,Apple etc.

Use of indefinite article

1. With Proper Noun :
          Example: This book is written by a Chetan  .
         
                 This book is written by Chetan .

{ Difference between above two sentence is that in the 1st sentence we are talking about 'Chetan' who is not a particular and in the next sentence 'Chetan' is described as  famous or a particular special person.}

2. The Case of so , as , too :
   Example : 1. It is too heavy a parcel for me to carry.

                    2. She is as beautiful a girl as you are ever likely to me.

                    3. A mid wave of shouting was flowing in the party.

'THE'

 Examples: 

#1. You are the man who helped me.

#2. These are the girls whom are I have invited.

#3. The water of this well is polluted.

==>> Here 'the' is used before the noun to make the noun specific.
==>>'The' article is used before the singular countable noun , uncountable noun.
==>>'The' article is used with the country names if it's last letter of name include 's'.
==>>'The' is used before the countries which are stated by  using 'united' , 'Republic'.
 Example: United states of America ,Republic of China.

4. Incorrect statement : The director and producer of the film were* present in the function.
Correct Statement: The director and producer of the film was present in function.

     Note: Here 'the' is used with director only and the producer is separated by using 'and' , here the sentence state that producer and director is the same person. so the verb should be singular so here use was instead of  'were'.

Omission of Article

#1. He goes to school daily.
#2. He is standing near by the school.

==>> 'The' article is used before noun when we have need to show something specific.It is  not as before the noun representing general act.

#3. He went to church to offer prayers.    [general act]
#4. He went to the church to meet his friends.

Words with which 'the' is not used in general cases:

  • Church  for prayers
  • Temple for prayers
  • Collage as student
  • School to study
  • Court 
  • University
  • Bed to sleep
  • Market 
  • Hospital as a Patient
  • Jail as a prisoner

Use of ' little ' , 'a little' , 'the little'

=> little means negligible
=>A little means little
=> The little means sufficient

Rule- All of these are used with uncountable noun.


Examples: 

#1. He did not attempt any question in the exam, as he had little knowledge of computer.

#2. He attempted two question in the exam as he had a little knowledge of computer

#3. The little knowledge of computer that he possessed was sufficient to crack the exam.

Use of Few , A Few , The Few

   It is used before the uncountable nouns.
The use age was same as of  (little, a little, the little)

Examples

#1. In an hours* time ,he reached Mumbai.

#2. Music is a science but singing is art* said the music teacher.

#3. Thanks to an insight and persistence of the local doctors , thousand of victims were able to resume  a normal life.

#4. There are a hundred of partially built houses in the town.

#5. I don't like that kind of a man who does nothing but finds faults in others.

#6. He thinks about himself to be a linguistic but in reality he does'nt know even ABC of linguistics.

Note:- 'a' is not used before the noun if it followed by 'of'
  • 'the' article is used in the case of  'noun of noun'.
Other words are 
  • plenty of
  • bind of
  • sort of 
  • type of

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131 comments:

  1. Nice article

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  2. sir these r basic que ...plz SBI PO level ke post kro na....

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  3. Rashmi Singh ChaudharyMay 30, 2015 at 9:03 PM

    anyone can explain 9,11,12 question

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  4. 11.


    12 men can do d work in 9 days.. thus d total work = 12 x 9 = 108 man-days
    they worked togeder for 6 days, work completed = 12 x 6 = 72 man-days
    work remaining = 108 - 72 = 36 man-days
    6 more ppl join to complet d work => total 18 ppl
    18 ppl can complete 36 man-days of work in 36/18 = 2 days


    got it ??

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  6. 12.


    the key to understanding such qns is : wages paid are in d ratio of der per day work.


    Acc to qn : A + B + C = 300
    A + C = 188 & B + C = 152
    So , solving thiz eqns , we get : A = 148 & B = 112
    Now, A + B = 148 + 112 = 260
    Thus C = 300 - 260 = 240


    okk ??

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  7. Gowdhami VillalanMay 30, 2015 at 10:59 PM

    Can anyone explain sum number 3 ?

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  9. 9.

    Just understand dat wer assuming d LCM as total work.


    Puting d values given in d qn directly in a tabular format :

    individuals : A B C A+B+C

    36 54 72

    LCM = 432 ( total work - assumed )

    1 day work: 12 8 6 26

    _______________________________
    | a+b+c | a+c | c alone |

    <--8days-->

    <-------------12 days----------->

    therefore,

    <--4days-->

    part of d work completed by C = 6 x 8 = 48

    part of d work completed by A and C = 18 x 4 = 72



    total part of work completed = 48 + 72 = 120
    remaining = 432 - 120 = 312
    this is completed by A, B, C working togeder in 312 / 26 = 12 days


    Thus C has worked for 8 ( alone) + 4 ( with A) + 12 ( with A n B) = 24 days ( in total)


    is it ok ??

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  10. 3. This qn is more of d application of ratio n proportion...

    Lets assume dat A completes d work in 1 day


    So , if A completes work in 1 day , B completes work in 2 days
    i.e. d difference = 1 day as per our assumption, corresponds to 30 days as per d gyvn qn
    so as per our assumption , A completes d work in 30 days
    n so , B completes d work in 60 days


    working togeder dey wil comlet d work in 20 days ( obvsly )

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  11. Prateek may u tell me plz how did u get A=148 and B=112...?

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  13. yup mani...

    A + B + C = 300.. ..(i)
    A + C = 188...........(ii)
    B + C = 152...........(iii)

    Subtracting (ii) from (i) , we get B = 112

    Simmilarly , Subtracting (iii) from (i) , we get A = 148



    is it clear now ??

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  14. its fyn.. neednot thank me.. i too am a bank aspirant lyk u.. clear my doubts , help me.. i wil b thankful to u :)

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  15. Couldn't get the ans of q.9.can anybody again explain d same?

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  16. Ya sure...i will try to help u..

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  17. Prateek how did u find out 1 day work from total wrk i.e. 432...?

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  18. Just understand dat wer assuming d LCM as total work.

    Puting d values given in d qn directly in a tabular format :



    A ->36 days, B -> 54 days , C -> 72 days

    LCM = 432 ( total work - assumed )

    1 day work:


    A -> 12 , B -> 8 , C -> 6
    thus ,
    A + C = 18
    A + B + C -> 12 + 8+ 6 = 26


    acc to qn :


    for d last 8 days C works alone
    n thus working alone C completes ( 8 x 6 = 48 ) parts of d work


    also, B quits working 12 days before d d completion of work which means An C togeder work for 4 days ( because d last 8 days wil b by C alone)
    part of d work completed by A and C in 4 days = 18 x 4 = 72

    total part of work completed = 48 + 72 = 120
    remaining = 432 - 120 = 312
    this is completed by A, B, C working togeder in 312 / 26 = 12 days

    Thus C has worked for 8 ( alone) + 4 ( with A) + 12 ( with A and B) = 24 days ( in total)

    now is it ok ??

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  19. I m doing selfstudy for competition exams..so i will only try to help u...

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  20. go thru this once :


    Just understand dat wer assuming d LCM as total work.

    gien that : A ->36 days, B -> 54 days , C -> 72 days

    LCM = 432 ( total work - assumed )

    1 day work:


    to calculate 1 day work , divide LCM by no of days
    Reason : LCM represents total work which is the product of 1 day work and no of days reqd to complete d work

    So , now :

    A -> 432/36 = 12 , B -> 432/54 = 8 , C -> 432/72 = 6
    thus ,
    A + C = 18
    A + B + C -> 12 + 8+ 6 = 26

    acc to qn :

    for d last 8 days C works alone
    n thus working alone C completes ( 8 x 6 = 48 ) parts of d work

    also, B quits working 12 days before d d completion of work which means An C togeder work for 4 days ( because d last 8 days wil b by C alone)
    part of d work completed by A and C in 4 days = 18 x 4 = 72

    total part of work completed = 48 + 72 = 120
    remaining = 432 - 120 = 312
    this is completed by A, B, C working togeder in 312 / 26 = 12 days

    Thus C has worked for 8 ( alone) + 4 ( with A) + 12 ( with A and B) = 24 days ( in total)

    now is it ok ??

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  21. Nicely explained prateek. But how is d lcm 432?

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  22. Yes..thanks a lot

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  23. LCM of 36 , 54 n 72 = 18 x( 2 x 3 x 4) = 432


    okk ??

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  24. heyy buddy listen , Ramandeep Sir wil be starting Logical Reasoning series from 2nd of June and I am very weak in dat.. please do share ur techniqs in doz posts.. it wil be very thankful :)

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  25. Ya sure...reasoning me jyada kuch typical nhi hota..bcoz uska ans to question me hi chhupa hota h..bs concentrate kro question reading pe..

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  26. thanku bro.. i wil look forward 4 d same in d days to come..

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  27. okk sorry :P actualy i hav a frnd named Mani who is a boy .. so, mistook ur gender

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  28. Plz explain que no 5

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  29. Mohd. Rizwan AliMay 31, 2015 at 7:07 AM

    Plzzz give the link to download the pdf of articles

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  30. Thanku sir for the post....at last given words like plenty of and so on....inke sath the use hoga na????????

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  31. Once agen applying d same LCM metthod :

    Acc. to qn ,

    C -> 50 days,
    A + B -> 10 days

    LCM = 50 ( total work )

    To get one day work , Divide LCM by d no. of days reqd to complet d work

    thus one day work of C = 50/50 = 1
    and one day work of A+B = 50/10 = 5

    Let one day work of A = x
    => one day work of B + C = one day work of A = x

    ( REASON : in d qn , its mentioned dat time taken by A = time taken by B + C , which indirectly implies dat one day work of A = one day work of B + C)

    Now ,

    (one day work of B) + (one day work of C) = (one day work of B + C)
    => (one day work of B) + 1 = x
    => (one day work of B) = x - 1

    Simmilarly ,

    (one day work of A) + (one day work of B) = (one day work of A+B )
    => x + x-1 = 5
    => x = 3

    one day work of B = x - 1 = 2



    Now , total work = LCM = 50 , one day work = 2
    hence , no. of days reqd to complet d work by B = 50/2 = 25 days


    Dis seems lengthy but if u do, its actualy z d shortest way of solving ( incase u want to avoid calculation complexity) . The following snapshot wil better help u to understand

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  32. Hello frnds m in the group..hello sir.

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  33. Aanyone solve the 3rd question plz

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  34. Pratek sir pls 3 rd ques b bta do

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  35. i hav explained qn no. 5 ( with a snapshot also) and 3 in d comments below.. just chk out.. if u want, i wil upload d snapshot of soln to qn no 3 also..


    n stop caling sir., i too am a bank aspirant lyk u.. just dat quants excites me very much

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  36. Little Chicken ☆Target PO ☆May 31, 2015 at 10:18 AM

    Thnx Sir nyc post .. Plz sir provide some tips for cases like usage also ..

    Ex- Afraid/fearful/scared/
    frightened/horrified/terrified – of

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  37. Sir , I guess Europe and CM will be preceded by " The " and not by " a " or " an " .

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  38. can you explain for 3 and 6 pls

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  39. Sir i have a query please reply :Priority sector lending does not come with any
    security deposit payable & there is no penalty for
    delayed payment. So here what is the objective of
    RRBs when they can face challenges like NPA?

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  40. hello karan., chk d comments below - qn 3 is explained.


    qn 6 :


    given dat A works twice as fast as B n B can complet a worl alone in 12 days
    => A can alone complet d work in 6 days


    Thus , A and B togeder can complet d work in 4 days ( u can do d calcns of ur own)

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  41. i hav explained qn no. 5 ( with a snapshot also) and 3 in som of d comments.. just chk out.. if u want, i wil upload d snapshot of soln to qn no 3 also..

    n stop caling sir., i too am a bank aspirant lyk u.. just dat quants excites me very much

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  42. Sir mujhe 3 din ho gye payment kre hue...abhi tak koi mail receive nahi hua..naa aap reply krte ho..

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  45. que 1.How many such pair of digits are there in the number 8429516 each of which has as amny digits between them in the number as when the digits are arranged in ascending order within the number.
    que 2.How many such pair of digits are there in the number 95137248 each of which has as many digits between them in the number as when the digits are arranged in ascending order.


    plz post ans pic of these two quetions ..In book there ans r confusing...

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  46. Raman sir
    I have been selected in Boi Po. I want to know while joining we have to provide referee report from previous employer even if it was not a PSU. I don't have good relationship with them and left the job las June . but they didn't doclearance. Now as it was a private firm do I need to provide previous employee referee report.i
    had asked this query to the hr of bank he said of it was not a PSU than no need
    But still worried.

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  47. Difficulty level is at par with SBI PO Prelim exam

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  48. Heya Prateek, you are doing an excellent job !

    Keep it up

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  49. Sir i have paid for sbi po mock series,till now i cannot access my test, it has been more than 2 days plz hep

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  50. thanku sir., i am following your legacy :)

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  51. listen, try to understand..


    we r assuming LCM of the no. of days reqd individually = total work ( actually total work is a multiple of lcm but thn d factors wil get cancelled in subsequent calculations, so we consider LCM as the total work)...... okk ??


    now, acc. to qn : C can complete d work in 50 days
    also , A and B working togeder can complet d work in 10 days
    LCM of 10 , 50 = 50..... fyn ??


    Remember.., Work = no. of days reqd by 1 man x one day work of 1 man


    here we have Work = LCM = 50


    Thus..,
    1 day Work of C alone = 50/50 = 1
    1 day work of A and B = 50/10 = 5


    Also, given that :
    time reqd by A to alone complet d work = time reqd by B and C togeder to complet d work
    => A's 1 day work = ( B+C )'s 1 day work = x ( lets assume it to be x)


    okk ??


    Now, (B's 1 day work) + (C's 1 day work) = (B+C)'s 1 day work
    => (B's 1 day work) + 1 = x
    => ( B's 1 day work) = x - 1
    fyn ??


    also , (A's 1 day work) + (B's 1 day work) = (A+B)'s 1 day work
    => x + x - 1 = 5
    => x = 3
    => x - 1 = 2
    => B's 1 day work = x - 1 = 2


    Total work = 50
    B's 1 day work = 2
    Total no of days reqd by B = 50/2 = 25


    now is it okk ??? or still any doubts ??


    Actualy , its d simplest and shortest way of solving.. dont believe ?? okk, go thru this snapshot..
    Go thru this LCM method , i bet u can solve evry qn from dis chapter ( or atleast of d level of Bank exams ) - may b at d beginning u wil face som glitches., but if u can apply this LCM method , trust me - u wil command speed and accuracy in evry qn from Time and Work


    Here is d snapshot of d soln to this qn.. still if u cant understand, feel free to comment and ask :)


    awaiting a feedback frm u

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  52. Little Chicken ☆Target PO ☆May 31, 2015 at 2:34 PM

    oKK SIR

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  53. Sanjeev684u@gmail.com

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  54. nice health food tips

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  55. 8429516
    1245689
    Answer is 1-8
    2-4
    2-5

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  56. sir, when will u launch SBI PO MAINS online series ?

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  57. will DI come in SBI PO 2015?

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  58. Sir pls provide me details regarding tests asap

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  59. sir jo aapne abh 2 profit & loss and work wale quiz diye hain ....ase que to RRB mein aate hain sir.......dey r nt up to level of SBI PO......

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  60. and in second que only one pair is there na of 35

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  61. Yeahh these are important but just to understand the basic
    Pls post some high level ques.
    The standard of these ques. Are a bit low

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  62. Plz explain question no -12

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  63. Hi prateek..7 question ki ratio 3:4 nhi aani chahiye?

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  64. Plz give solution of question no. 4

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  65. listen , here there are 2 types of work :
    1. Positive Work - filling up ( by inlet )
    2.Negative Work = emptying ( by outlet/ leakage )


    Agen applyin d LCM method , total work = LCM of d tym tekn = LCM of ( 20 , 60) = 60


    Per min. work done by inlet pipe = 60/20 = 3
    Per min. work done by outlet pipe = 60/60 = 1


    Thus , the total per min. work done = 3 - 1 = 2
    Reason : inlet does +ve work , outlet does -ve work , hence subtraction


    Thus, total tym reqd to fill up = 60/2 = 30 mins.


    now is it okk mani ?? :))

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  66. no.. it shud be 4:3


    Reason :


    16 Men -> 15 days => 1 Man = 15 x 16 days
    => 1 Man's 1 day work = 1 / ( 15x 16 )


    Simmilarly 1 woman's 1 day work = 1 / (20 x 16)


    Capacity means efficiency which means the 1 day work..


    Thus the capacity ratio ( or d 1 day work ratio ) of a man and woman is :


    [1/( 15 x 16 )] / [1/ (20 x 16)] = (20 x 16) / ( 15 x 16 ) = 4 :3


    clear now ??

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  67. 12.

    the key to understanding such qns is : wages paid are in d ratio of der per day work.

    Acc to qn :

    A + B + C = 300.. ..(i)
    A + C = 188...........(ii)
    B + C = 152...........(iii)

    Subtracting (ii) from (i) , we get B = 112
    Simmilarly , Subtracting (iii) from (i) , we get A = 148

    Now, A + B = 148 + 112 = 260


    Thus C = 300 - 260 = 40



    okk ?? any doubts , commeent back..

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  68. dont thank me :) its coz of d efforts of Ramandeep Sir that you can get ur concepts cleared and u r able to learn new concepts.. We all must be thankful to him :)


    Morever.. as per today's schedule.. sir will be posting qns from Time and Distance chapter.. do practise qns from dat chapter and get rdy wid ur doubts tonight..


    All the best :)

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  69. nothing z mentioned directly abt this in d official notification.. one may expect 5 qns from DI but we hav to b prepared for d worst to face :)

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  70. plz post high level questions.

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  71. Ishita BhattacharyaJune 1, 2015 at 8:04 AM

    plz post high level questions...

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  72. Respected Sir,

    Could you provide e-Book for English grammar???

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  74. 216 can also take as LCM

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  76. very gud... :) just wat i was expecting !!

    LCM is actually 216.. here we consider total work as LCM..
    so evn if u tek total work as d multiple of LCM , evn thn also the final answer wil evaluate to the same.. coz d factor wil get cancelled out in subsequent calculations..


    in d short span of solving a qn, if u tek lcm as 216 or 432 or evn 864.. the answer wil b d same (u can verify) what we consider is a smaller number so as to reduce calculation-complexity..


    yes, u r right dat 216 is d LCM.. while i was solving, 432 struck my mind.. dats y i considered 432..


    gud dat u pointed it out... and it wil b very grateful if u can comment and share ur techniqs of determining LCM ( and HCF ) in a very less tym

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  78. In the above ex. I took only 2 big no.s...i.e)54 and 72.On dividing it, 54/72=18/24=3/4..hence we get 3/4
    54/72=3/4..cross multiplying we get,
    54*4=216 & 72*3=216
    216 is also a multiple of 36
    therefore,216 is the LCM..if u think it s lenghty.U can find the LCM which struck in ur mind within seconds..we dont need to find the exact LCM.Whatever the number may be,which should be a multiple of the given no.s
    To find HCF of 2 no.s:
    for ex consider no.s 24 and 44
    24/44=6/11
    Now we have to divide 24/6=44/11=4
    HCF=4
    For this LCM is 24*11=44*6=264
    Hope it helps :)

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  80. Hello Prateek Bro,
    I need your help for improvement in quantitative section....please send me quant. section material and way of study of quantitative aptitude section from basic...How to get excellent marks in quant section. here is my email meshram.nishant17@gmail.com

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  81. Hello Ramandeep Sir
    I'm a new follower of this site...you are doing great job sir.!! please provide me quant. and English material in my email and suggest me the proper way of study..for getting improvement in these sections. My email is: - meshram.nishant17@gmail.com

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  82. bro.. i dont have any material for quants.. just practising.. 1 thing i can suggest is : plzz go thru vedic maths ( for faster calculations ) - dats d key thing u need , esp for Data interpretation and in SBI PO Mains , we have 50 marks D.I... if u have any1 who knows Vedic Maths, thn it will be easy for u to learn.. oderwise for a beginner , it will be tough.. it took me 1 week for simply understanding division by vedic maths ( self-study)


    The key thing here is , once u get comfortable dealing numbers , u wil start loving quants.. approximation is a topic one has to be seriously strong in.. oder topics like ratio n proportions , average , %age , mixtures n alligations are the basic chapters.. so, if u get a command over diz chapters, it becums easy to solve oders... personally i am too weak in chapters like permutations n combinations and probability..


    morever i gave too much tym for quants n i lost grip on reasoning.. so, dont do dat blunder.. and honestly bro, i dont hav any material for quants.. just dat i lov numbers and calculations :)


    only thing i can suggest is dat.. avoid calculations as much as possible evn though u know vedic maths.. avoid teking too many variables until n unles reqd.. it simply consumes tym.. 1 complicated calculation is far better than 10 easy calculations - dats d funda :) and for that simple things like LCM , Percentage change etc. becum handy.. incase u cant sove any prob , just put ur qns in comments in this website.. i am a regular visitor of this site.. orelse there wil b som1 or d oder to solve ur qns..


    All the best bro :)

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    below are my sbi po test series purchase details

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  84. Thanks a lot Prateek bro for you great suggestion..don't mind for study material. again thanks a lot..

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  85. bro.. i dint mind at all :) if possible, please suggest any book or any source to master logical reasoning.. dat wil b too kind of u :)

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    sir,there is no option for next or submit.......how can i active my online series....any plz help me...

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  90. i had paid money for online exams yestarday.its already been 24hrs but i havent yet received mail with username and password pls help me. my merchant order id 49575-43409418 and payment id 43409418

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  91. Share shortcuts known to you for simplication.my email id is fazalmd47@gmail.com

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  92. i had paid money for online exams yestarday its already been 24hrs but i havent yet received mail with username and password pls help me .my merchant order id 49575-43409418 and payment id 43409418

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  93. hi sir ,
    I have made the payment 7 days before but still not able to give the paid tests.

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  94. This is what I get. How I can proceed to next step? no link to next step.

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  95. Respected Sir,
    we can use few/ a few / the few with countable nouns!!!!!!!

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  96. sudatta priyadarshineeJune 3, 2015 at 2:41 AM

    OTP is not coming to my phn....what 'll i do????help.....

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  97. sudatta priyadarshineeJune 3, 2015 at 8:06 AM

    my ATM has been blocked....what 'll i do?????help...

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  98. sir i want to prepare for ibps po pre and mains from now onwards

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  99. Fixed!. Got username and password. Thanks

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  100. i had paid money for online exams monday but i havent yet received mail with username and password pls help me .my merchant order id 49575-43409418 and payment id 43409418 sir pls send username and password im waiting for ur reply

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  101. i had payed the money yesterday. my payment id:43752640 and order id:49575-43752640 and i hav got a mail from test panda saying as i hav already sign up i dont any need any user name and password. but i cant be able to give the tests as it is showing payu payment option. plz help me.

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  102. Issue resolved. Call me if issue persist

    0161-4608671

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  103. Hello Sir @Ramandeep Singh ..Just now i have made payment for SBI PO TEST SERIES..Please acknowledge me whether its complete or not...as i have paid the money.first pay u is showing transaction id but within fraction of second its showing method not allowed..confused and tensed..plz reply..my mail id is dolasaha2@gmail.com. Thanks.

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  104. Transaction id is 49575-44293146. Please check. thanks.

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  105. where to login after paying the fees ...plz send the link

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  106. sir plz i have paid the money and have also got my id nd password ...but when i log in it shows error...can u plz do the needful

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  107. https://www.uop.edu.jo/download/research/members/Oxford_Guide_to_English_Grammar.pdf

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  108. i had paid money for online exams on 6th june but i havent yet received mail with username and password pls help me >>> Payment ID: 44525118

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  109. i have made the payment and once i did it i get an error stating that the method is not allowed..but the money got debited from my account..Please help..regards Vignesh

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  110. Can someone explain to me qustn no. 9...plzzzz

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  111. Just understand dat wer assuming d LCM as total work.

    A ->36 days, B -> 54 days , C -> 72 days

    LCM = 432 ( total work - assumed )

    1 day work:

    A -> 12 , B -> 8 , C -> 6
    thus ,
    A + C = 18
    A + B + C -> 12 + 8+ 6 = 26

    acc to qn :

    for d last 8 days C works alone
    n thus working alone C completes ( 8 x 6 = 48 ) parts of d work

    also, B quits working 12 days before d d completion of work which means An C togeder work for 4 days ( because d last 8 days wil b by C alone)
    part of d work completed by A and C in 4 days = 18 x 4 = 72

    total part of work completed = 48 + 72 = 120
    remaining = 432 - 120 = 312
    this is completed by A, B, C working togeder in 312 / 26 = 12 days

    Thus C has worked for 8 ( alone) + 4 ( with A) + 12 ( with A and B) = 24 days ( in total)

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