Paragraph on “How do you tell the difference between crocodiles and alligators?” complete paragraph for Class 9, Class 10, Class 11 and Class 12

How do you tell the difference between crocodiles and alligators? Crocodiles and alligators look so alike that it is often very difficult to tell them apart when you see them in zoos. They both have tough, scaly skins, and when they are lying in water, their nostrils, eyes and ears are on the same level. The answer is to wait until they appear on dry land, and then take a good...
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Paragraph on “What is the history of the Ming Dynasty?” complete paragraph for Class 9, Class 10, Class 11 and Class 12

What is the history of the Ming Dynasty? A dynasty is a line of kings or emperors, and the Ming dynasty rules China from 1368 to 1644. The Mind emperors were important in the history of China because they war of Chinese origin. The dynasties that came before and after the Ming dynasty were of foreign origin. In the thirteenth century, the Mongols overran China and in 1260, their leader Kublai...
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What is Sight Method of Typewriting, Methods of Typewriting for Class 10, Class 12 Stenography Vocational and Data Entry Course

Methods of Typewriting – Sight Method of Typewriting   The sight method was the only prevalent method right from the very beginning when the first typewriter was invented in 1714 till 1878, when another method of typewriting called as ‘Touch Method of Typewriting’ was introduced by an American Typist Mr. Charles McGurin. In the Sight Method the Typewriting is done by looking at the Keyboard and the material which is to be...
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Keyboarding- Categories of Keyboards and what is virtual keyboard, for Class 10, Class 12 Stenography Vocational and Data Entry Course

Categories of Keyboards Keyboards are divided into three main categories based on input method. These categories are: Wired keyboards Wireless keyboards Virtual Keyboards   Wired Keyboards A wired keyboard means there is a wire connecting your keyboard to your computer. At the end of the wire is a USB (Universal Serial Bus) or PS/2 (Personal System/2) plug that goes into a port on your computer. Wired keyboards are extremely reliable—there is...
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What is e-Typewriting?, introduction and Objectives of e-Typewriting for Class 9, Class 10 and Class 12

e-TYPEWRITING Introduction  Computers have moved into every corner of our daily lives. Computers are at work in departmental stores, homes, offices, hospitals, banks, theaters and even coffee shops. They have become so fundamental to our modern society that without them, our economy would grind to halt. In the last few decades, computers have completely altered business practices all around the world. We are living in information age and with the concept...
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English Short Story and English Moral Story ”Making a Difference” Complete Story for Class 9, Class 10, Class 12 and other classes.

Making a Difference Ryokan was a Zen teacher of repute. One day a fisherman saw him walking on the beach soon after a storm. The storm had washed up thousands of starfish on the shore, and they were beginning to dry up. Soon all of them would be dead. Ryokan was picking up starfish and throwing them into the sea.   The fisherman caught up with the teacher and said, “Surely,...
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English Short Story and English Moral Story ”The Mean Crow” Complete Story for Class 9, Class 10, Class 12 and other classes.

The Mean Crow Once, two crows Sonu and Manu were close friends. One day, they got into an argument to prove their superiority. To decide who was better than the other, they decided on a challenge. Each of them was supposed to fly with a bag filled with something in their beaks. The crow who could fly up higher would be declared the best. But Sonu was a mean crow. He...
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English Short Story and English Moral Story ”The Lion and The Mouse” Complete Story for Class 9, Class 10, Class 12 and other classes.

Story No. 01 The Lion and The Mouse A lion was sleeping in a forest. A mouse started playing on it. The lion was disturbed and arose from his sleep. It caught up the mouse angrily and tried to crush it to death. Then the mouse prayed the lion to leave him off and assured that it would help him when it needed. The lion laughed at it and let him...
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