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Instructed by Dipti Nair
Published    19-Oct-2016      Bilingual

English is one of the main subject of the Bank PO syllabus and covers 30 Questions of 30 marks. It must be very clear to you that To clear the Bank PO exam you need to qualify all the three sections (Quant, Reasoning, and English) individually. Wherein the expected number of questions are as follows: Reasoning Comprehension- 10 Cloze Test - 5 Sentence Correction - 5 Spot the Error - 5 Fill in the blanks - 5 Particularly talking about English, here we are providing you some tips to begin your exam with. If you are really very good in English you should start the exam with it only and should finish this section in 15 minutes. If your English is average again you should try to be extra cautious with Para jumbles. If you are not sure about any problem, it is better to leave it. If you cover 17+ questions with accuracy, you would be able to clear the sectional cut off without much trouble. If you are really weak in exam, then you should attempt it after Quant and Reasoning Section. Try to attempt Fill in the blanks, cloze test and sentence correction instead of Para Jumbles. Once you finish it attempt vocabulary questions from reading comprehension. This would be enough to clear the sectional cutoff. Now here are some tips to give you an idea for attempting English Section. * Always start answering with small questions like spotting errors, fillers, sentence rearrangement etc. and keep the comprehension for last as its time consuming. * No one can answer all the questions in English with hundred percent accuracy so attempt only those questions which you are sure about instead of making wild guesses. * Most of us are weak in vocabulary so don’t worry much about it, because there will be hardly 2-4 questions of that kind. You can even skip those questions. * While attempting fillers with two blank, there will be one blank which will be easy to identify and you can relate the second one accordingly. * Sometimes we face problem with sentence rearrangement also, so it’s better to identify the first and last sentence first and then arrange the remaining if you can. * For comprehension, go through the passage and questions simultaneously. This will help you in answering the question quickly without wasting time.

Section 1: NOUN (Noun is a part of Speech which is very very important for almost most of the question types. It has many minute grammar tips which are asked in exams. So here we are with you providing you tips on each and thing involved in Noun Plural and Singular of some specific words. All these have tried to make easy for you and so Dipti mam has divided them in certain groups. The chronological order of these group doesn't matter, actually your understanding matters. This section of 5 Lectures with practice sheets. There will a proper discussion on the practice questions wherein you will learn many new words and many new concepts. You will not only learning English for Bank PO but actually preparing for a brighter future ahead. We will make your foundation stronger than ever. We request you to watch these lectures in a sequence only as each of the next lecture is related to previous concept. General Information on Noun:- Noun is Basically a Part of Speech which is used as a subject or object of the sentence. There are five types of noun and they are Proper Noun, Common Noun, Collective Noun, Abstract Noun and Material Noun. Out of these 5, Proper, Common and Collective noun are countable and rest are uncountable. All these nouns are defined very well in the lectures. Further these Uncountable are divided on the basis of the sentence and their meaning vary depending on the sentence. We are providing you Practice sheets please go through them as many times as you can as they all are picked up from previous year question paper.)
Lecture 1 Definition, Countable & Uncountable Noun (Noun is basically name of a person, place, thing or feeling. It is divided into 5 parts as follows: Proper Noun, Common Noun, Collective Noun, Abstract Noun and Material Noun. Proper Noun is the name of the particular person, place or thing. e.g. London, Madhu, etc. Common Noun is the noun denoting the class of the object or we can say these are the terms that are used to name general item instead of specific ones. e.g. boy, girl, etc. Collective Noun is the noun that denotes group of individuals. e.g. Army, Class, etc. Abstract Noun is a noun denoting an idea, quality, or state rather than a concrete object, e.g. truth, danger, happiness. Material Noun is a noun that refers to the material from which things are made. For e.g. Silver, Gold, Iron, etc. Further these are divided into countable or uncountable. In this video you will learn some Nouns which appear to be singular but are plural or visa versa. All these names are given certain groups to make it easy for you to understand. This lecture contains group up to group no.-4. In the first group you will learn about Name of the games like Billiards, skitters, etc. Then Name of the subjects and some very important rules, Moving ahead you will learn the rules with names of the diseases. In the second group you will learn the nouns that appear singular but are plural in nature. e.g. Cattle. In group no.- 3 Some nouns in which if added with 's' denotes variety and some general information on English.)
Lecture 2 Countable and Uncountable Nouns Contd.. (This lecture begins with group-5 in which you will learn about the nouns with no singular forms. e.g. Information and you will learn to make it singular using some prefix. You will find number of nouns like the one discussed in this group almost all of them are covered in this group. So in order to remember them for a long time you are requested to keep revising all these groups. Group no-6 contains the list of the noun that can be followed either by singular or plural helping verb with it please remember the words that shows 'oneness' will be followed by singular helping verb and when the verb talks about distinct members, it is followed by Plural helping verb. Moving further ahead you will learn the nouns in Group no-7 which is the list of the noun that don't change their form. They can be followed either by Singular or Plural helping verb. In group no-8, you will learn about different Greek and Latin words with their plural forms.)
Lecture 3 Practice Sheets for Countable & Uncountable Nouns (This is the last lecture of Noun. In this lectures you will learn about group no-9 and group no-10. In the first one there are nouns that have their different plurals but with different meaning and In second one there are some rules of Apostrophe 's with living being, country's capital and state, Time Indicating words, Space telling things, collective nouns, dignified objects and abbreviation of words. With this we the topic noun. After this you will be provided with a practice sheet please note the sentences and the meaning of many words as told by mam and try to solve it as homework. In the next lecture you will find more about these sentences and many new things to learn.)
Lecture 4 Practice Session-1 (Here you will discuss the practice sheet as prepared by Mam. You will discuss here first 25 questions and questions are as follows: Find the Errors:- 1) Her house is in complete shambles. 2) The gentry of the city was present here. 3)He enjoyed caviar and champagne. 4)Caymen are danger. 5)She handled the work with an aplomb. 6) I am fond of curds. 7)The price includes flights and accomodation. 8)Public transport can be used. 9) The unemployment opportunities are excellent. 10)His whereabouts is unknown. 11)The committee raises its hands. 12)Statistics is a complex subject. 13) Mohan's Politics has changed. 14) The team has signed its report. 15)The jury are split over the issue. 16)Into the room walks Mohan and his wife. 17)Sleeplessness is not a new phenomena. 18)I did it for conscience sake. 19) I appreciate the man's honesty whom I met. 20) He had traveled one and a half an hours. 21)Are you aware of Socrates idealism? 22) A brain damage has been reported. 23) Mohan saw her entering girls' common room. 24) Measles is a serious disease. 25) The public has right to know how the money was spent. You will find the errors and learn some new rules of grammar through these questions.)
Lecture 5 Practice Session-2 (This is the second practice session where you will learn some more questions and the questions are as follows:- 26) The irrigation work was in progress. 27) It is difficult for him to obtain a paid work. 28) Fresh fruits and vegetables are available. 29 )The media are biased. 30) The court has issued a summon. 31) A writing paper is required for this purpose. 32) His obsequy will be held on Sunday. 33) Many people of Africa still remain mystery. 34) Rohit sharma scored 70 runs in the first inning. 35) The disabled should be looked after. 36) Her smile is one of her beauties. 37) 300 of my books are ready. 38) We need two and half pound cakes.39) 39) He lives in two rooms flat. 40) He doesn't wear black jeans. 41) Radha did all this under the opions. 42) He is never satisfied with his learning. 43) A tiger & its offspring were playing in the Zoo. 44) The landlady of mother is very kind. 45) The cottage door was very attractive. 46) Two civilians were killed in the cross fire. 47) Turn right at the next cross-road. 48) A cross training is vital. 49) What happened to the dog after that is one of the mysteries. 50) Many species are found in inland water. Here again with these questions you will learn many rules of grammar.)
Section 2: PRONOUN (This section is particularly for Pronouns. With us you will learn to build your foundation step by step. All the lectures are related with one another. In this lecture you will learn the definition of Pronoun, its 10 types and 20 rules to make them use. further you can also improve your English. Mam has promised to help all of you. you can raise queries or doubts and fro sure you will receive your answer for each of your queries. Pronouns is a very important topic in parts of speech and it is seen in sentence correction, sentence improvement and error detection. The rules provided to you are for practice. As more you practice the more you will improve. For further practice we will provide you more questions to practice. All the questions provided to you ensures you learn something new and more.)
Lecture 6 Beginning (In this lecture you will learn about Pronoun. Pronoun is the word that replaces a noun in a sentence. They are further classified into 10 types as follows: Personal Pronoun, Possessive Pronoun, Demonstrative Pronoun, Distributive Pronoun, Reciprocal Pronoun, Emphatic Pronoun, Indefinite Pronoun, Relative Pronoun, Interrogative Pronoun. Personal Pronouns are the pronouns that is associated primarily with a particular person in the grammatical sense. eg., I (First Person), You (Second Person) and He, she, it (Third person). Possessive Pronoun is the pronouns indicating possession. eg., mine, yours, hers. Demonstrative Pronoun is the pronoun that points to specific things. eg., this, that, those. Distrinutive Pronouns are the pronouns that indicates person or a group of members individually rather than collectively. eg., Neither, Either, or. Reciprocal Pronoun are the pronoun that shows two or more people are carrying out or have carried out an action of some type with both receiving the benefits or consequences of that action simultaneously. eg., Each other, One another. Reflexive Pronoun are the pronouns that refer back to the subject of the pronoun. eg., myself, themselves. Emphatic Pronoun are the pronouns that is used to emphasize on something. eg., He himself comes here. Indefinite pronoun are the pronouns that do not refer to any particular person, place or thing. eg., anyone, everyone, someone. Relative Pronoun is the pronoun that is used to connect a clause or a phase to a noun or a pronoun. eg whom, which, whoever. Interrogative Pronouns are the pronouns that are used to ask a question. eg.,who, whom, which,whose. After understanding all the definitions you will learn some seven rules Pronouns.)
Lecture 7 General Rules (In this lecture you will learn 11 general rules of pronoun. The rules are as follows: 1) If a sentence contains a superlative degree then the pronouns from 'wh' cannot be used, they are replaced by that. 2) If a sentence begins with 'It is' or 'It was' then the sentence is followed by 'that' always. 3) 'wh' pronoun is never used with 'All', 'Only', 'Few', 'Little', 'None', 'Any' instead 'that' used. 4) 'Wh' pronoun is not used in a sentence where two different subjects come together . It is replaced by 'that'. 5) If a sentence carries comma(,) then 'that' is not used. Instead 'wh' pronoun is used. 6) For anybody, Everybody and Anyone we use 'he' pronoun. 7) Each other is used for two persons and one another is used for more than two. 8) For Wind, death, ocean, storm, war and thunder use he/him/his. 9) For Charity, Virtue, Modesty, fame, Mercy and River use she/her/ hers. 10) 'What' pronoun is never used after the 'than' and 'as'. 11) Noun is never used after Mine, Ours, His, Her and their. You will complete details of these rules with example.)
Section 3: QUESTION TAG (Question Tag is a very important topic as it has its weightage in comprehension, cloze test, fill in the blanks, sentence rearrangement as well as in Common Errors. Dipti has briefly explained the entire chapters providing you notes for you practice and rules for using them. In this section you will learn about the Question tags, their rules and their usage. The sentences used by mam have actually appeared in the exam. Question Tag is a very small and easy topic and with these rules you can improve your written skills. You will also get practice sheets to practice more and make your grammar perfect.)
Lecture 8 Question Tags (Question tag is a statement converted to interrogative by adding interrogative fragment. eg He is going to school. Isn't he? There are certain rules to follow while using these question tags. Besides the rules mam has grouped the words to make it easier for us to learn. The rules and the Groups are as follows: Rule 1: If sentence is positive, question tag will be negative. Rule 2: If a sentence is negative, question tag will be positive. Then we have the following groups:- Group-1: Everyone, everybody, anyone, anybody, someone, somebody; Group-2: Something, Anything, Nothing and Everything, Group-3: All of us, None of us, Some of us, Most of us; Group 4: One, There, This, That, These and Those; Group-5: Let us; Group 6: Let him, Let her, Let them, Let it; Group-7: Imperative sentences: Group 8: Order or demand; Group 9: Sentence beginning with "I am"; Group 10: Specific type of sentences; Group 11: Negative words like Hardly, Barely, Rarely, Fairly, Scarcely, None, Few, Little. All the above groups have their different question tags and are explained the mam.)
Section 4: INVERSION (With inversion you will now learn some new words which have already appeared in the exams. These words are commonly seen in "The Hindu". There are about 60 words that you will learn in this section. All the words are made to learn by mnemonics which is a very interesting trick and will help you learn 30 words a day in such a way that you will not forget. The trick has been used to make vocabulary very easy for you. In Inversion you will learn its meaning and uses in sentences. There are few rules to follow. Inversions are generally used to express your emotions in a dramatic manner, exaggerated and effective way. They are very simple and can be used in your daily conversation.)
Lecture 9 Inversion (Inversion is a literary technique which is used to bring particular effect or emphasis by just reversing the order of the word used in a normal sentence. eg: Hardly had he reached there, it started rain. Generally Inversion starts with the following words: Hardly, Scarcely, Barely, Rarely, Not only, Never, Little, Few, Seldom, No sooner. Further we have rules on the usage of these words and just to make it simpler to use and learn Dipti mam has grouped them which are explained properly with their uses. We request student to make use of the rules in sentences and in daily conversation. discuss as much as you can with your friends and family. At the end of the video you will begin with new words like Extirpate, Mannequin, Occidnetal, Oriental, Recto, Verso, Cruciverbalist, Tunnel vision, Siamese twins, Muckraking, Bon Vivant, Roman holiday, Magniloquent, Paramour, Deo volente, Palindrome, Pangram, Pulmonary, Leonine, Canine, Porcine, Postering.)
Lecture 10 Vocabulary (In this lecture you will learn words like Achilles heel, Bear hug, Chinese puzzle, Surdimute, Fish wife, Happy go lucky, Jet lag, Kill joy, Kiss of life, Nector, Scaremonger, Quixotic, Receptive, Warmonger, Laconic, Netizen, malinger, Stampede, Turgid, Amen, Luminacy, Telepathy, Cannibal, Dead Letter, fanatic, Siren, Incontrovertible, Pro-rata, Ubiquitous, Incognito, Alexia, Arable, flighty, Flout, Becon, Aprise, Aplomb, Amorphous. All these words are picked from The Hindu and if you pick previous year question paper you will find them. The tricks used by mam is for you to make learning easier. You just need to revise the story and make them use as much as much as you can. For your help Dipti mam is always present. For doubts or queries please contact us at
Section 5: VERB (Verb is a very important part of speech. Without the English cannot exist. Verb is used to show motion or some action. For eg: Run, walk,..etc. It can be modified to show specific tense, voice or mood. There are verbs that have agree with certain gender, argument and person. Verb plays and important role in English Grammar. This entire section is for verbs where you will learn to all the rules and the way to use them. There are 3 lectures in this section beginning from the basics to advance. This section adds to your foundation and give you boost to your knowledge. With this lecture you must start conversation in English this is the only best to learn speaking English.)
Lecture 11 Beginning (In this lecture you are going to learn the definition of verb with few example. You will different types of verbs and the sentence in which they are used. All the forms of the verbs have been grouped. In English we have three types of sentence i.e., Present, Past and Future. The sound knowledge of these tenses is very important and thus Dipti Mam has got to you many tips which if followed will make your English like professionals. You will learn here to make use of different helping verb and main verb. You will also attend her practice session in which you will learn many new rurules and new concepts. In each or our lectures we are trying to focus on you vocabulary as well to prepare you to the full. At the end of the video you will begin with Modals which is a very vital topic for exams as well as for your English. Use of modal can bring a variety and alter the meaning of the sentence to show necessity, demand, strong deduction, recommendation, command, permission and desire. There are 13 Modals and all vary in usage. You will learn some rules of using modals in sentences.)
Lecture 12 Modals (Modals are the action words that are alter the sentence by showing likehood, permission, demand, request, ability, recommendation, strong deductions, etc. There are 13 modals namely Can, Could, May, Might, Should, Shall, Will, Would, Must, Need, Ought to, used to, Dare. Certainly modals never change their form. You cannot add 's', 'ed' or 'ing'. They are always followed by 'to'. They are used to indicate modality allows to speaker to to show certainty, willingness, obligations, permission and so on. In the last lecture you started with the topic Modals and Herein you will continue with 'Could', thereupon you will learn about 'May', 'Might', 'Should', 'Would', various places where these modals are used, how to use them and the various rules. You will get many examples to understand each of them. For any doubt you can contact us at
Lecture 13 Causative Verbs (Verb is such a topic that completes the English. Without having your hand in verbs you cannot even think of learning English. We can say that it is the back bone of the English. With verbs we can form sentences , Narration, tenses ,voice ,etc.,Moreover Verb has its weightage in para-jumbling, comprehension, common errors and in cloze test.In this lecture you will learn verbs, vocabulary and their uses in sentences.)
Section 6: SYNTAX (Syntax refers to the arrangement of words or phrases to create a well formed sentences in a language. In this session you will learn to find the common errors. Find error is not an art it is just a matter of swearing errors by some guidelines and practice. Dipti mam is providing you the best rules on spotting error. These rules will improve your English and will help you master the language.)
Lecture 14 Syntax Part-1 ()
Lecture 15 Syntax Part-2 ()
Section 7: ADJECTIVE ()
Lecture 16 Implementation Of Adjective ()
Section 8: TENSE & TIMING ()
Lecture 17 General Rules (In this video you will learn tenses, its uses , its structure ,its usage and what types of questions generally asked in exam sentences. Dipti Mam is a fabulous teacher and teaches with too much of passion. Her Lectures makes the English strong and you can easily crack any exam with her help.)
Lecture 18 General Rules Part-2 (In this video you will learn tense, its uses , its structure ,its usage and what types of questions generally asked in exam sentences. Dipti Mam is a fabulous teacher and teaches with too much of passion. Her Lectures makes the English strong and you can easily crack any exam with her help.)
Lecture 19 Articles (In this video you will learn articles, its uses , its structure and what types of questions generally asked in exam sentences. Dipti Mam is a fabulous teacher and teaches with too much of passion. Her Lectures makes the English strong and you can easily crack any exam with her help.)
Lecture 20 Vocabulary (In this video you will learn vocabularyand what types of questions generally asked in exam sentences. Dipti Mam is a fabulous teacher and teaches with too much of passion. Her Lectures makes the English strong and you can easily crack any exam with her help.)
Section 10: ADVERB ()
Lecture 21 Adverb ()
Section 22: PREPOSITION ()
Lecture 1 Preposition ()
Section 12: CONJUCTION ()
Lecture 23 Conjuction ()
Section 13: PRACTICE SHEETS ()
Lecture 24 Practice sheets-1 ()
Lecture 25 Practice Sheet -2 ()
Lecture 26 Practice Sheet-3 ()
Lecture 27 Important Rule -1 ()
Lecture 28 Important Rule -2 ()
Section 14: VOICE & NARRATION ()
Lecture 29 Voice and Narration ()

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Hi.I am Dipti Nair.I Love teaching with fun way.With StudyKhazana I will Prepare you all For Bank PO English. I will Provide you with doubt sessions and Practice sessions.Moreover your English will also improve with new way of learning vocabulary.


My highest qualification is B.Com LLB(H)


I have been teaching for 5 years.

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