If you are eager to learn Spoken English then you are at the correct place. Here I am giving you almost above 100 of basics structures of. Spoken English.
Basic Tips for Learning English
In this article, I am going to share my own thought which is related to Spoken English. In our country, Learning English has become a kind of business.
Especially there is too much craze in small city areas. They will tell you that I will teach you English in 30 days or 90 days or Blah blah blah…
But, The reality is that You cannot learn and speak English in a short period of time. You have to invest time for this, you have to be eager to speak in English and this will come only and only by practising more and more.
Note:- Most of the people keep on asking How to learn spoken English through Hindi that’s why I have decided that whatever I will share, everything will be in English as well as in Hindi.
Use of ‘have something’ with Examples
In this article, we are going to study the use of ” Have something “ which means that you need to do something or process something that is undetermined.
Hindi: Aaj ham Use of “ have something “ ke bare me padhne wale hain jiska arth hota hai “Kuch pura karna”. Iss structure ka prayog kuch karne ke rup me ya koi karya pura karne ke rup me kiya jaata hai.
SOUND: Kuch pura karna
STRUCTURE: I am have something + Verb.
1. I have something to do
Mere pass Karne ke liye kuchh hai.
2. I have something to start.
Mere pass suru karne liye kuchh hai.
3. I have something special to give you.
Mere pass aapko dene ke liye kuchh khas hai.
4. I have something to make money online.
Mere pass online paisa banane ke liye kuch hai.
5. I have something special to teach you.
Mere pass aapko padhane ke liye kuchh khas hai.
6. I have something to ask you.
Mere pass tumse puchhne ke liye kuchh hai.
7. I have something to explain to you.
Mere pass aapko samajhaane ke liye kuchh hai.
8. I have something to share with you.
Mere pass aapko batane ke liye kuchh hai.
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