Madras University General English Paper I Self Study Guide
Madras University General English Paper I Self Study Guide
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This book Madras University General English Paper I Self Study Guide has been prepared to cover the undergraduate syllabus of General English Paper I of University of Madras. Designed as a student-friendly and comprehensive guide, this book will help students understand and assimilate the lesson contents with ease.

  • Cover
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgements
  • Unit One Preparatory Lessons
    • 1.1 Competition Matters
    • 1.2 A Personal Crisis May Change History
    • 1.3 Why Preserve Biodiversity
    • 1.4 A Call to Action
    • 1.5 If Only there were More Like Him
  • Unit Two Prose
    • 2.1 My Greatest Olympic Prize
    • 2.2 If you are Wrong Admit it
    • 2.3 Monday Morning
    • 2.4 The Unexpected
  • Unit Three Poetry
    • 3.1 Pulley or Gift of God
    • 3.2 La Belle Derne Sans Merci
    • 3.3 The Night of the Scorpion
    • 3.4 The Death of a Bird
  • Unit Four Short Story
    • 4.1 Mrs. Packletide’s Tiger
    • 4.2 A Snake in the Grass
    • 4.3 Three Questions
    • 4.4 The Gift of the Magi
  • Unit Five Novel
    • 5.1 The Invisible Man
  • Unit Six Grammar
    • 6.1 Tense
    • 6.2 Tense and Aspect
    • 6.3 Auxiliaries (Primary and Modal)
    • 6.4 Negatives
    • 6.5 Interrogatives
    • 6.6 Tag Question
    • 6.7 Completing the Sentence
    • 6.8 Common Errors
    • 6.9 Synonyms
    • 6.10 Antonyms
    • 6.11 Word Class
    • 6.12 Use in the Sentence of Words
  • Unit Seven Sound Right
    • 7.1 Intonation
    • 7.2 Word and Sentence Stress
    • 7.3 Strong and Weak Forms in English
    • 7.4 Introduction to English Sounds
    • 7.5 Voice Modulation
  • Annexure
    • Additional Questions with Answers
    • Model Question Papers
  • Additional Materials
    • 1.1 Competition Matters
    • 1.2 A Personal Crisis May Change History
    • 1.5 If Only there were More Like Him
    • 2.1 My Greatest Olympic Prize
    • 2.2 If you are Wrong Admit it
    • 2.3 Monday Morning
    • 2.4 The Unexpected
    • 3.1 Pulley or The Gift of God
    • 3.2 La Belle Dame Sans Merci
    • 3.3 The Night of the Scorpion
  • Index

D Uma Devi (MA., M.Phil., Ph.D.), is Assistant professor and Head, Department of English, K.C.S.Kasi Nadar College of Arts and Science.

R Ambigeswari (MA., M.Phil., B.Ed.) is Assistant professor of English, K.C.S.Kasi Nadar College of Arts and Science.

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This book Madras University General English Paper I Self Study Guide has been prepared to cover the undergraduate syllabus of General English Paper I of University of Madras. Designed as a student-friendly and comprehensive guide, this book will help students understand and assimilate the lesson contents with ease.

Table of contents
  • Cover
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgements
  • Unit One Preparatory Lessons
    • 1.1 Competition Matters
    • 1.2 A Personal Crisis May Change History
    • 1.3 Why Preserve Biodiversity
    • 1.4 A Call to Action
    • 1.5 If Only there were More Like Him
  • Unit Two Prose
    • 2.1 My Greatest Olympic Prize
    • 2.2 If you are Wrong Admit it
    • 2.3 Monday Morning
    • 2.4 The Unexpected
  • Unit Three Poetry
    • 3.1 Pulley or Gift of God
    • 3.2 La Belle Derne Sans Merci
    • 3.3 The Night of the Scorpion
    • 3.4 The Death of a Bird
  • Unit Four Short Story
    • 4.1 Mrs. Packletide’s Tiger
    • 4.2 A Snake in the Grass
    • 4.3 Three Questions
    • 4.4 The Gift of the Magi
  • Unit Five Novel
    • 5.1 The Invisible Man
  • Unit Six Grammar
    • 6.1 Tense
    • 6.2 Tense and Aspect
    • 6.3 Auxiliaries (Primary and Modal)
    • 6.4 Negatives
    • 6.5 Interrogatives
    • 6.6 Tag Question
    • 6.7 Completing the Sentence
    • 6.8 Common Errors
    • 6.9 Synonyms
    • 6.10 Antonyms
    • 6.11 Word Class
    • 6.12 Use in the Sentence of Words
  • Unit Seven Sound Right
    • 7.1 Intonation
    • 7.2 Word and Sentence Stress
    • 7.3 Strong and Weak Forms in English
    • 7.4 Introduction to English Sounds
    • 7.5 Voice Modulation
  • Annexure
    • Additional Questions with Answers
    • Model Question Papers
  • Additional Materials
    • 1.1 Competition Matters
    • 1.2 A Personal Crisis May Change History
    • 1.5 If Only there were More Like Him
    • 2.1 My Greatest Olympic Prize
    • 2.2 If you are Wrong Admit it
    • 2.3 Monday Morning
    • 2.4 The Unexpected
    • 3.1 Pulley or The Gift of God
    • 3.2 La Belle Dame Sans Merci
    • 3.3 The Night of the Scorpion
  • Index
Biographical note

D Uma Devi (MA., M.Phil., Ph.D.), is Assistant professor and Head, Department of English, K.C.S.Kasi Nadar College of Arts and Science.

R Ambigeswari (MA., M.Phil., B.Ed.) is Assistant professor of English, K.C.S.Kasi Nadar College of Arts and Science.

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