Thursday, April 30, 2009

SEVEN CONTINENTS OF THE WORLD


NAME
                     AREA                APPROX % OF  LAND
Asia --------------- 44,493,000 sq.km------------ 29.6%
Africa ------------- 30,293,000 sq.km----------- 20.2%
North America -- 24,454,000 sq.km----------- 16.3%
South America -- 17,838,000 sq.km------------ 11.9%
Antarctica ------- 13,975,000 sq.km------------  9.3%
Europe -------------10,245,000 sq.km-----------  6.7%
Oceania ------------ 8,945,000 sq.km------------  6.0%

IMPORTANT DAYS - APRIL


April 5     -   National Maritime Day 
April 7     -   World Health Day 
April 12   -   World Aviation and Cosmonautics Day
April 13   -   Jallianwala Bagh Day 
April 18   -   World Heritage Day 
April 22   -   Earth Day 
April 23   -   World Book Day 

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

RECRUITMENT OF 700 CLERKS IN INDIAN BANK


INDIAN BANK, a leading Public Sector Bank with headquarters in Chennai having geographical presence all over India and abroad invites applications from Indian Citizens for the posts of Clerks (Job role includes handling cash).

Candidates are requested to apply online between 20.04.2009 and 16.05.2009 only through  Bank’s website www.indianbank.in. No other means/mode of application will be accepted.

IMPORTANT DATES
Opening date for online registration    20.04.2009
Closing date for online registration     16.05.2009
Date of Written Test                            21.06.2009 (Afternoon)


Sunday, April 26, 2009

ENGLISH GRAMMAR-COMMON NOUNS


NOUNS are divided into COMMON NOUNS  and PROPER NOUNS

COMMON NOUNS are words for people, animals, places,
or things.

These are words for people. They are common nouns.
actor, artist, lawyer, aunt, judge ,baby, man, baker, nurse, cook, police, officer, dentist, singer, doctor, soldier, teacher.

These are words for animals. They are common nouns.
eagle, cat, goose, deer, bird, crocodile, cow, hen, dog, horse, dolphin, mouse, duck, parrot, fish, shark, goat, whale.

These are words for places. They are common nouns
airport, market, beach, park, library, shop, cave, mountain, playground, farm, restaurant, hospital ,hotel, stadium, hill ,school , house, supermarket, island, temple.

These are words for things. They are common nouns
bag, kite, basket, bed, drum ,cake, box,ladder, bread, lamp, can, picture, chair, radio, cot, television, cup, train, desk, truck, door, watch, egg, window.


ENGLISH GRAMMAR-EIGHT PARTS OF SPEECH OF ENGLISH

1.NOUN

Every name is called a NOUN

As field and fountain, street and town.

2.PRONOUN

In place of noun the PRONOUN stands,

As he and she can clap their hands.

3.ADJECTIVE

The ADJECTIVE describes a thing,

As magic wand or bridal ring.


4.VERBS

Most VERBS mean action, something done,

To read and write, to jump and run.

5.ADVERBS

How things are done the ADVERBS tell,

As quickly, slowly, badly, well.

6.PREPOSITION

The PREPOSITION shows relation,

As in the street or at the station.


7.CONJUCTIONS

CONJUNCTIONS join, in many ways,

Sentences, words, or phrase and phrase.

8.INTERJECTION

The INTERJECTION cries out, “Heed!

An exclamation point must

follow me!”

ENGLISH GRAMMAR-THE CAPITAL LETTER


The CAPITAL LETTER is also called a BIG LETTER or UPPERCASE LETTER, or sometimes just a CAPITAL.

 

 Use a capital letter for the first letter in a sentence:

       The dog is barking.

       Come here!


 Always use a capital letter for the word I:

       I am eight years old.

       Thangamani and I are good friends.


 Use a capital letter for the names of people:

       Anbarasu, Thangamani, Jana, Krishna.


 Use a capital letter for the names of places:

       National Museum, Vandalur Zoo, Delhi,Chennai,Erode


 Use a capital letter for festivals, holidays,days of the week, months of the year:

       New Year’s Day, Pongal, Labor Day, Mother’s Day,

       Sunday, Monday, Friday, January, May, July, October