CBSE English Grammar for 10th Standard Online Training

CBSE English Grammar for 10th Standard

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About CBSE English Grammar for 10th Standard Online Training

How does the study help?

English is the only subject which is very helpful for various streams(Compitative exams), the classes and is also considered as a a scoring subject. CBSE 10th standard English has prepared a package called “Interact in English”. It has been designed to develop the students’ communicative proficiency in English. This study helps to grow up in the communication skills, vocabulary skills and professional needs.

Shiksha Tarang as a guide:

Here, the Shiksha Tarang provides guidance for the eligible candidates to manage English in a very intricate things related to listening, speaking, writing and reading. With the guidance of the Shiksha Tarang the students can learn the entire course in a step-by-step manner. It is organized in a well-presented manner of teaching. It helps the students to have the undated syllabus on the course.

Aims of the course:

  • It helps to enable the learner to communicate efficiently and properly in real-life situations.
  • To use the English effectively for the study purpose through the curriculum.
  • To develop and accommodate the use of the 4 language skills such as speaking, listening, reading and writing.
  • To develop interest in and an appreciation of literature.
  • To revise and emphasize the structures already learnt.

CBSE English Grammar for 10th Standard Online Course Summary

A. Reading

B. Writing

C. Listening

D. Speaking

E. Grammar

1. Verbs

  • Tenses

       a)  present/past forms

       b)  simple/continuous forms

       c)  perfect forms

       d)  future time reference

       e)  Modals

       f)   Active and Passive voice

       g)  Subject-verb concord

       h)  non-finite verb forms


2. Sentence Structure


Types of sentences

  • Affirmative/interrogative sentences
  • Negation
  • Exclamations

*types of phrases and clauses

  • Finite and non-finite subordinate clauses:
  • Noun clauses and phrases
  • Adjective clauses and phrases
  • Adverb clauses and phrases
  • Indirect speech


* Nominalisation


3. Other areas

  • Determiners
  • Pronouns
  • Prepositions 



  • appearance and distinguishing features
  • socio-economic background action/events
  • expression of feelings,
  • speech and dialogues


  • emerging through main events
  • progression of events and links between them
  • sequence of events denoting theme


  • sequence of events denoting theme
  • socio-economic and cultural background
  • people
  • beliefs and attitudes


  • rhyme
  • rhythm
  • simile
  • metaphor,
  • Alliteration
  • Pun
  • repetition

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