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For a long time, I have been seeking to learn ‘how to type Farsi digits in Microsoft Office Excel’. Lack of this know-how made me to insert Farsi digits from ‘Symbol”. Finally, I came to know how to do it … Continue reading
Felt so good to sit in a classroom once again after a long time.
This way of selling more products by designing products that deliberately fail, cannot be repaired, or have a set lifespan imposed in some other way is known as planned obsolescence. However, it is not just a cynical plot dreamed up … Continue reading
This November, the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation invested a million dollars in edX, the world’s largest online learning initiative. Founded by Harvard and MIT, edX boasts a growing number of “massively open online courses” (MOOCs) aimed at bringing virtual … Continue reading
Why paraphrase? Quoting directly without attribution is plagiarism. In a scholarly setting, it constitutes academic dishonesty, which when committed by students is punished with a failing grade, suspension, or expulsion; it also compromises their future in academia. Even with attribution, … Continue reading
Finding square of a number ending with 5; To find the square of 45 Multiply 5 by 5 and put the result as your right part of the answer (**25). Multiply 4 with the next higher digit (4+1)=5 which gives … Continue reading
Verbs that require an ‘ing’ form for a verb in the complement: admit appreciate avoid complete consider delay deny discuss enjoy finish Keep mention miss postpone practice quit recall recommend regret risk stop suggest tolerate understand Examples: They enjoy travelling … Continue reading
Verbs that require an infinitive for a verb in the complement: agree appear arrange ask claim consent decide demand deserve expect fail forget hesitate hope intend learn manage mean need offer plan prepare pretend promise refuse seem tend threaten wait … Continue reading
Restrictive relative clauses identify or classify nouns: they tell us which person or thing, or which kind of person or thing, is meant. Features No commas are used around the clause. An object relative pronoun can be omitted. In general, … Continue reading