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Although 70% of Earth is covered in water but only 2 to 3% of this water can be used for drinking i.e. fresh water. The remaining 97% water is saline or salty and found in oceans and seas.  Read More...
A phrase is a group of words that does not contain both a subject and a predicate. As it does not contain a subject and a predicate; it cannot act as a sentence.  Read More...
Christian liturgy is a pattern for worship used by a Christian congregation or denomination on a regular basis. Although the term liturgy is used to mean public worship in general.  Read More...
The word BOY is MALE and the word GIRL is a FEMALE. MALE and FEMALE are GENDERS. In grammar, MALE and FEMALE words are called MASCULINE and FEMININE respectively.  Read More...
What are frogs? Frogs are small animals that are characterized by webbed feet, no tails and bulging eyes. Frogs belong to the group of animals with backbones. They live both in water and on land.  Read More...
Early man hunted wild animals. Some were big like the bull in the picture or some were small like deer or rabbit. They ate their flesh raw as they had no cooking facility or fire. They also gathered food like wild berries, or fruits and vegetables. This is how they survived.  Read More...
A PRONOUN is a word which is used in place of a NOUN. The NOUN is usually already known or mentioned. Read More...
Sir Isaac Newton was an born in England on 25 Dec 1642. He is considered by many to be the greatest and most influential scientist who ever lived  Read More...
eLearning is a new method of learning with the help of Internet and computers. It supplements the traditional methods of learning by providing up to date, interesting and interactive educational methods and material Read More...
Energy is in various forms and all around us. Everything happening around us is because of energy. The biggest source of energy is Sun.  Read More...
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