SCHOOL BOOKS


SCHOOL BOOKS




EXAM TIME TABLE 2018 -- +2 +1 10TH










Tamilnadu School Books Change for Academic Years


Standards


Academic year




2, 7, 10 & 12


2019-20


3, 4, 5 & 8


2020-21





STD - 1
STD - 2
STD - 3
STD - 4
STD - 5
STD - 6
STD - 7
STD - 8
STD - 9
STD - 10
STD - 11
STD - 12









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INFINITIVE WITH TO

INFINITIVE WITH TO


These VERBS are followed by infinitive with to:            
                               
                               
    agree,  offer, decide, appear, forget, need          
    refuse, attempt, plan, seem, learn ( how ) , mean      
    promise, manage, arrange, pretend, dare, fail,        
    hope, threaten, afford, tend                
                               
                               
For Example  :                        
  1. It was late, so we decided to take a taxi home.          
  2. I like Jim, but I think he tends to talk too much.        
  3. How old were you when you learned to drive?        
  4. They agreed to lend me some money.            
  5. He is lazy. He needs to work harder.              
  6. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to hurt you.              
  7. We decide not to go out because of the weather.        
  8. She pretended not to see me.                
                               
Notes : After these VERBS you can use question        
           word.                        
                               
    ask , decide, know, remember, forget, explain,        
    understand                      
                               
                               
For example :                        
                               
    1. We asked how to get to the station.            
    2. Have you decided where to go for your vacation.      
    3. Tom explain how to change the tire on the car.      
    4. I don'r know whether to go to the party or not.      
                               
SEE THESE VERBS BELOW :                  
                               
    want, ask, expect, help, would like, would prefer        
                               
    1. I asked to see the manager.              
    2. We expected to be late.                
    3. He would like to come.                
    4. I asked Tom to help me.                
    5. We expected him to be late.              
    6. He would like me to come.              
    7. He helps me to study English.              
    8. He helps me study English.              
Note : help can be followed by infinitive           
         without to.                       
                               
SEE THESE VERBS BELOW :                  
                               
    tell, remind, force, enable, persuade. order,        
    order, warn, invite, teach ( how ), get ( persuade)      
                               
For example :                        
                               
  1. Remind me to call Ann tomorrow.              
  2. He warn me not to touch anything.              
  3. I got Jack to fix my car.                  
  4. Who taught you how to drive.                
                               
                               
Notes :  make and let are always followed by        
            infinitive without to.                
                               
                               
    1. They made me do it.                  
    2. Tom let me drive his car yesterday.            
                               

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