Category Archives: Education

This contains general study notes for competition exams , school exams , etc.

Know Vitamins source, Vitamins functions & deficiency

Know vitamins sources functions and deficiency:- Are you searching for vitamins sources functions and deficiency?  On this website we are going to share all information related to vitamins sources functions and deficiency with you. Vitamin is an organic compound needed by living organism as an important nutrient in small amounts. Here u will get to know about vitamins source and function.… Read More »

PHOSPHOROUS AND ITS FUNCTION IN THE BODY

Phosphorous is an important mineral and its function in the body plays an important role in every tissue. Phosphorous is present as an phosphate in bone, teeth, as phosphates in soft tissues and body fluids. Phosphorous and its function in the body should be known to everyone so that one can keep himself healthy and… Read More »

ENVIRONMENT AND ITS TYPES

ENVIRONMENT AND ITS TYPES What is environment? Environment is the surroundings in which we (humans) , animals  , plants lives or operates. Environment and its types includes all elements, factors and conditions that have its impact on growth , development , damage of certain living or non living organisms. ENVIRONMENT AND ITS TYPES The concept framework… Read More »

RECIPROCAL PRONOUN AND UNIVERSAL PRONOUN

RECIPROCAL PRONOUN AND UNIVERSAL PRONOUN RECIPROCAL PRONOUNS Reciprocal pronouns are used for two persons or for more than two persons. Here  two or more subjects are acting in the same way towards the other. For example:- 1. Ram is beating Sham. Sham is beating Ram. We will write this sentence as:- Ram and Sham are beating… Read More »

POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS

POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS Let us first take some examples:- “Our, Your, Her , Their, My, Its etc” these were some examples of Possessive adjectives. Now  see some examples of Possessive Pronouns. “Hers, Yours, Ours, Mine, His, Theirs, Its etc ” are known as Possessive Pronouns. NOTE:- “Her’s, Your’s, Our’s, Their’s” are wrong  and such words are not… Read More »

INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS

INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS Read the following sentences:- Who are you? Whose is this book? Which is your house? Who is there? Which if the book do you like the  most? What is the matter? What do you want from me? What does he want? Which do you prefer, juice or soft drink? After reading all sentences… Read More »