English from Zero to Hero

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English from Zero to Hero Book serves as complete learning package for all those students who are willing to Read, Write and Speak English from basic zero level. It is a bilingual book-English with Hindi. The prime focus of this book is to help that huge section of society which doesn’t have sufficient access to schools or universities or where speaking English is a lifestyle. The book comprises of detailed explanations of English Grammar Topics. It is composed with written and spoken English tools helpful in acquiring mastery in English Language.

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English from Zero to Hero is a recently launched book of MTG publication to hold good command over English language from Hindi language. This is an is an excellent resource for all students who wish to learn, write and speak English language from zero level. The objective of this book is to help that large section of society which does not have adequate resources to go to elite schools or colleges or institutes where speaking and writing English is a way of life. That is why, the content of this book has been explained well in Hindi language wherever required to get good hold on English language. This book has been divided into sections and each section has been further divided into lessons. Illustrations have been given, wherever necessary. Also, exercises are given at the end of every lesson for practice and solutions at the end of the book.

Salient Features of the Book:

  • Self-Sufficient, Self-Study Book.
  • Bilingual-English with Hindi.
  • Detailed Explanation of English Grammar Topics.
  • Easy tools for Written and Spoken English.
  • Complete Guide to Error-free usage of English in day-to-day life.
  • Easy to Grasp Language for better understanding.
Table of Content:-
  • PART-1 : PRELIMINARIES
  • 1. Learning English through Hindi : Problems and Solutions
  • 2. Listening : The Most Effective Method of Learning Language
  • 3. The English Alphabet
  • 4. Writing English Letters : Using Four-lined Pages
  • 5. The Word
  • 6. The Alphabetical Order : How to Use a Dictionary
  • 7. Barahkhadi : Writing Hindi Words in Roman Script
  • 8. Use of Capital Letters
  • 9. The Sentence
  • 10. The Sentence Structure : Basic Difference between Hindi and English
  • 11.The Subject and Predicate
  • 12. Kinds of Sentences
  • PART-2 : SIMPLE SENTENCES FOR DAY TO DAY CONVERSATION
  • 13. Use of this, that, these, those
  • 14. Use of is/am/are
  • 15. Use of was and were
  • 16. Imperative Sentences
  • PART-3 : PARTS OF SPEECH
  • 17. Parts of Speech
  • Section-1 Nouns
  • 18. The Noun : An Overview
  • 19. The Noun : Kinds of Noun
  • 20. The Noun : Gender
  • 21. The Noun : Countable and Uncountable
  • Section-2 Pronouns
  • 22. The Pronoun : An Overview
  • 23. Personal Pronoun
  • 24. The Pronoun ‘It’ : Some Other Uses
  • 25. Possessive Pronouns
  • 26. Reflexive and Emphasizing Pronouns
  • 27. Demonstrative, Distributive & Indefinite Pronouns
  • 28. Relative Pronouns
  • 29. Interrogative Pronouns
  • 30. Reciprocal Pronouns
  • Section-3 Verbs
  • 31. Verbs
  • 32. Verbs : Main Verbs & Auxiliary Verbs
  • Section-4 Tense
  • 33. Tense - Introduction
  • 34. Simple Present Tense : Introduction
  • 35. Simple Present Tense (Affirmative)
  • 36. Simple Present Tense (Negative)
  • 37. Simple Present Tense (Interrogative)
  • 38. Simple Present Tense (Interrogative-cum-Negative)
  • 39. Simple Past Tense : Introduction
  • 40. Simple Past Tense (Affirmative)
  • 41. Simple Past Tense (Negative)
  • 42. Simple Past Tense (Interrogative)
  • 43. Simple Past Tense (Interrogative-cum-Negative)
  • 44. Simple Future Tense : Introduction
  • 45. Simple Future Tense (Affirmative)
  • 46. Simple Future Tense (Negative)
  • 47. Simple Future Tense (Interrogative)
  • 48. Simple Future Tense (Interrogative-cum-Negative)
  • 49. Present Continuous Tense
  • 50. Past Continuous Tense
  • 51. Future Continuous Tense
  • 52. Present Perfect Tense
  • 53. Past Perfect Tense
  • 54. Future Perfect Tense
  • 55. Use of ‘since’ and ‘for’
  • 56. Present Perfect Continuous Tense
  • 57. Past Perfect Continuous Tense
  • 58. Future Perfect Continuous Tense
  • 59. Short Forms of Helping Verbs
  • 60. Use of Modal Auxiliaries
  • 61. Some Commonly Used Verbs and their Three Forms
  • Section-5 Adjectives
  • 62. The Adjective : Kinds of Adjective
  • 63. Comparison of Adjectives
  • Section-6 Articles
  • 64. Articles : A/An/The
  • 65. Using- Indefinite Article (a/an)
  • 66. Using- Definite Article (the)
  • 67. Where Articles are not used
  • Section-7 Adverbs
  • 68. The Adverb : Kinds of Adverb
  • 69. Comparison of Adverbs
  • 70. Some Important Adverbs
  • Section-8 Prepositions
  • 71. The Preposition : Types of Preposition
  • 72. Prepositions : Regarding Time
  • 73. Prepositions : Regarding Place
  • 74. Prepositions : Regarding Movement and Directions
  • 75. Prepositions : Regarding Method, Reason or Cause, Source, State
  • 76. Prepositions : Miscellaneous use of ‘in’
  • 77. Verbs Followed by Prepositions
  • 78. Prepositional Phrases
  • Section-9 Conjunction
  • 79. The Conjunction
  • Section-10 Interjection
  • 80. The Interjection
  • PART-4 : PUNCTUATION
  • 81. Punctuation
  • PART-5 : ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE
  • 82. Active and Passive Voice : Introduction
  • 83. Active and Passive Voice : Affirmative and Negative Sentences
  • 84. Active and Passive Voice : Simple Present Tense (Affirmative)
  • 85. Active and Passive Voice : Simple Present Tense (Negative)
  • 86. Active and Passive Voice : Present Continuous Tense (Affirmative)
  • 87. Active and Passive Voice : Present Continuous Tense (Negative)
  • 88. Active and Passive Voice : Present Perfect Tense (Affirmative)
  • 89. Active and Passive Voice : Present Perfect Tense (Negative)
  • 90. Active and Passive Voice : Simple Past Tense (Affirmative)
  • 91. Active and Passive Voice : Simple Past Tense (Negative)
  • 92. Active and Passive Voice : Past Continuous Tense (Affirmative)
  • 93. Active and Passive Voice : Past Continuous Tense (Negative)
  • 94. Active and Passive Voice : Past Perfect Tense (Affirmative)
  • 95. Active and Passive Voice : Past Perfect Tense (Negative)
  • 96. Active and Passive Voice : Simple Future Tense (Affirmative)
  • 97. Active and Passive Voice : Simple Future Tense (Negative)
  • 98. Active and Passive Voice : Future Perfect Tense (Affirmative)
  • 99. Active and Passive Voice : Future Perfect Tense (Negative)
  • 100. Active and Passive Voice : Interrogative Sentences
  • 101. Active and Passive Voice : Imperative Sentences
  • 102. Active and Passive Voice : Modals and to Infinitives
  • 103. Active and Passive Voice : Sentences with two Objects and Object Complement
  • 104. Active and Passive Voice : To use or not to use ‘By’
  • 105. Active and Passive Voice : In Case of Prepositional Verbs
  • 106. Active and Passive Voice : In Miscellaneous Sentences
  • 107. Change of the Passive Voice into Active Voice
  • PART-6 : DIRECT AND INDIRECT SPEECH
  • 108. Direct and Indirect Speech : Introduction
  • 109. Direct and Indirect Speech : Importance of Reporting Verb
  • 110. Direct and Indirect Speech : Change of Some Words Including Modals and Pronouns
  • 111. Direct and Indirect Speech : Change of Tense
  • 112. Direct and Indirect Speech : Forms of Change in Words of Nearness
  • 113. Direct and Indirect Speech : Assertive Sentences
  • 114. Direct and Indirect Speech : Interrogative Sentences
  • 115. Direct and Indirect Speech : Imperative Sentences
  • 116. Direct and Indirect Speech : Exclamatory Sentences
  • 117. Direct and Indirect Speech : Optative Sentences
  • PART-7 : MISCELLANEOUS
  • 118. Infinitives
  • 119. Gerund
  • 120. Gerunds and Infinitives
  • 121. Agreement of the Verb with the Subject
  • 122. Phrase, Sentence and Clause
  • 123. Conditional Sentences
  • PART-8 : WRITING CORRECT SPELLING OF WORDS
  • 124. Rules for Writing Correct Spellings
  • 125. The Most Frequently Misspelled Words
  • PART-9 : PRONUNCIATION OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE
  • 126. Pronunciation of English Language : Knowing Silent Letters in Words
  • 127. Gap Fillers for Fluent English Speaking
  • SOLUTIONS
ISBN11 9789389461367
Author Dr. Satish Arya, M D Kabra, Dr. Sneh Lata Sharma
Edition 2019-20
Pages 592
Classes Others
Exams Others
Subjects English
Weight 688gm

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