What is Science? by George Orwell: simplified Notes and Summary

What is Science? by George Orwell: simplified version.

George begins the essay “what is science?” with  the mention of a letter from Mr Bijoy Stewart to cook which got published in The Tribune. The letter was indeed Cook’s personal opinions and suggestions for avoiding scientific hierarchy. The solution offered by Mr Cook was :

Titles of Works in a Research Paper: Capitalization and Punctuation .

Titles of Works in a Research Paper: Capitalization and Punctuation .

when you cite the title of a published to work in your research paper , take the title from the title page  and not from the cover or from a running head at the top of a page. Never reproduce any unusual typographic characteristics such as special Capitalization or lower casing of all letters .

Research methodology notes

Research methodology notes
chapter 4
The format of the Research paper
Always leave margins of 1 inch at the top , bottom and on both sides of the text, except for page numbers.
Indent the first word of a paragraph one -half inch from the left margin .
Indent set -off quotations 1 inch from the left margin.

MG University Fine Tune Your English: Exam mark scheme , tips and question pattern for students

Tips and important questions.

Expect 15 marks from sections A&B( chapters 1-17)
Please don't skip the questions discussed in the previous sections.
Give utmost importance to these two sections.

Expect 10 marks questions from Section C ( chapters 18,19, 20,21)
You an expect a sure question from 20: Errors common and Uncommon

Expect 5 marks questions from Section D ( chapters 31, 32, 33, 37) Focus more on Chapters 32&33

Mg University Fine Tune Your English Model questions paper part 1. Answers 1- 67

  1. Writing a novel or reading a book
  2. Though sad
  3. Whatever be the problem
  4. Very exciting
  5. Before sunset
  6. Extremely sad

A Review of Fine Tune Your English, Chapter 17: Mind Your Prepositions notes

 Chapter 17: Mind your Prepositions.
Let me begin with a sentence given in your text :
“the party started on time because the guests arrived in time”.
Here there are two prepositional phrases:
1) on time ,and
2) in Time.
It is  everybody's concern how to use prepositions ,especially with time expressions here “on”and “ in” are used with time .”On time” means at the right time, on the other hand ,”in time” means early enough and not late or within the limits of the prescribed time. so the sentence means the party could be conducted at the  right time because the guests had arrived early enough .
now let's go deep into each of the prepositions

M G University Fine Tune Your English : Model Question paper for Part1

 Fine Tune your English Model Quuestion for Part A

part 1
fill in the blanks with appropriate phrases
1)I am busy_____
2)___________ the boy put  on a smiling face
3)_____________it has a solution
4)The movie was____________
5)They must return_____________
6)Everyone was____________