96716-39776 | 95410-79129

English Expert in Hisar

Accent Institute Hisar
Contact: 96716-39776, 95410-79129
NOTE: Special English Bathes for BANK PO Exam and SSC-CGL(CPO) Exam are available ……. Learn From Expert of English…. awarded with BEST TEACHER AWARD…

Ajay Sharma Sir is a well-known name among young students who is One of the youngest and Best Faculty of English in Hisar (Haryana) For All type of competitive Exams. He is known for his Amazing Teaching Techniques so students & he also call himself
“An Amazing Angreji Adhyapak At Accent Hisar”
His Teaching Techniques are Fabulous(…Has been awarded for Best Teacher Award on 5 Sept. 2016)………
He teaches students using his Amazing Techniques based on left brain……which…TRICKY English helps you….
Improves your memory
Enhances your imagination
Retrieves important information
Sensory stimulation

11 Interesting Facts about English by Ajay Sir

    1. The shortest complete sentence in English is the following. “I am.”
    2. The most common letter in English is “e”.
    3. The most common vowel in English is “e”, followed by “a”.
    4. The most common consonant in English is “r”, followed by “t”.
    5. Every syllable in English must have a vowel (sound). Not all syllables have consonants.
    6. The word “bookkeeper” (along with its associate “bookkeeping”) is the only unhyphenated English word with three consecutive double letters. Other such words, like “sweet-toothed”, require a hyphen to be readily readable.
    7. The word “triskaidekaphobia” means “extreme fear of the number 13”. This superstition is related to “paraskevidekatriaphobia”, which means “fear of Friday the 13th”.
    8. More English words begin with the letter “s” than with any other letter.
    9. A preposition is always followed by a noun (i.e. noun, proper noun, pronoun, noun group, gerund).
    10. The word “uncopyrightable” is the longest English word in normal use that contains no letter more than once.
    11. The following sentence contains all 26 letters of the alphabet: “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.” This sentence is often used to test typewriters or keyboards.

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