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BIT103 – English


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DRIVE fall 2017
PROGRAM Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - B.SC(IT)
SEMESTER I
SUBJECT CODE & NAME BIT103 – English
Assignment Set -1
1 Write a short note on pronoun.

Answer: Pronouns are words that we use in place of Nouns (or other Pronouns) in a sentence to make it less repetitive and less awkward. Some of the most common Pronouns are - he, she, you, they, it, etc.

For example, you


2 Explain past continuous tense.

Answer: The past continuous tense is formed with the past tense of the verb to be (was/were) + present participle (verbs ending in ...ing).
Example: I/he/she/it was eating spaghetti at 8 o'clock last night.
You/we/they

3 What do you understand by idiom?

Answer: An idiom is a saying, phrase, or fixed expression in a culture that has a figurative meaning different from its literal meaning. An idiom gains that meaning through repetition in a culture, and is often introduced via literature, media, famous people, or associations that originally make sense but lose their literal


Assignment Set -2
1 Write a short note on passive voice.

Answer: The passive voice is used to show interest in the person or object that experiences an action rather than the person or object that performs the action. In other words, the most important thing or


2 What are different types of noun?

Answer: Different types of nouns are as follows:
Plural Nouns
Nouns can either be singular or plural. Singular means they refer to just one thing, while plural means they refer to more than one. Many singular nouns just need an S added at the end to make them plural (e.g. bee and bees). For some nouns that already end with an S, you may need to add -es to the end to make their


3 Explain briefly past tense.

Answer: In general, the Past Tense is used to talk about something that started and finished at a definite time in the past.

How to form the Past Tense in English:
The main rule is that for every verb in English, there is only one form of it in the past tense.
(The exception is the Past

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