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ક્યારેક અનુભવોમાંથી અમૃત શોધીએ છીએ

ક્યારેક અનુભવોમાંથી અમૃત શોધીએ છીએ
ક્યારેક અનુભવોમાંથી અમૃત શોધીએ છીએ, ક્યારેક એ અમૃત વલોવી જહર શોધીએ છીએ. કદી મનનાં ઉપવન ખૂંદીને અહંને શોધીએ છીએ, ને અહંના એ કાદવને ખૂંદી કમળ શોધીએ છીએ. ઉજાગરા સદીઓથી સદી ગયા છે અમને તોય, કદી દીવો લઇ પેલી નિંદરને શોધીએ છીએ. વાતો કડવી કરી કરી સ્વજનોને દુભવ્યા છે, હવે એમનાં દિલમાં મીઠાશ શોધીએ છીએ

David Dhawan's Chashme Baddoor- Review ......... Fun. Enjoy. Vacation.

I love to see comedy movies.
“You don’t need classes when it’s a hit with the masses”.
To be perfectly honest, when I saw the trailers I thought this remake would be a trashy and cheap version of the first film.
I miss Anupam Kher acting like a buffoon. What wins me over is self-reflexive humour that is aware of the silliness of mainstream cinema. Ali Zafar and Taapsee are adequate in their roles, even if their chemistry doesn’t “chamko”.
Divyendu Sharma and Siddharth seem annoying at the start but soon become perfectly funny.
How one can forget Rishi kapoor??
Rishi Kapoor is by far the best. Even with very limited screen space he manages to leave an indelible make, and makes you laugh each time he appears.
Honestly at time of vacation and summer this movie makes you .........Fun. Enjoy.
And lastly one thing comes in my mind for Boys “If u can’t change the GIRL, change the GIRL’’.

Request to fill questionnaire on Facebook Usage & its Effect on English Language Learning

Hello Everyone,

I would like to have your views on Facebook Usage & its Effect on English Language Learning before 12/04/2013.
I have prepared two online questionnaires.
Here I am sending you two links.
I request you to help me to complete my research paper.
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OHHHHH!!!!!!!!! Spellings Errors!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Improve Spelling)

Improve Spelling Many of us have question that how one can improve spelling?
Based on the National Curriculum for English study, the most common errors fall roughly into the following categories: ·20% omission, leaving out letters or parts of words that should have been included, for example "acknowledgment" ·6% endings, errors with suffixes such as –ful or –ly ·28% sound-based with homophonic words substituted for each other, such as "I didn't no the correct spelling." ·42% miscellaneous errors such as inverting letters ("relief"), doubling consonants, or dividing words incorrectly.
Spelling errors are divided into two categories: 1.Plausible – 2.Implausible Here, I am distinguished between two: Plausible errors imply that the person knew the correct word and was applying some known rule of lexicon to it in order to attempt the correct spelling. Implausible errors follow no particular pattern; they may simply be due to a mistyped word or a random guess on the p…