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hey guys....
regarding the precis writing, whether words like a, an, of, is, in should be written in separate boxes (that are provided in answer copy) or can they be written along other words ?

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  • For grammer which bk to refer. 50 mks r imp. Plss guide.....
  • HHH said:

    hey guys....
    regarding the precis writing, whether words like a, an, of, is, in should be written in separate boxes (that are provided in answer copy) or can they be written along other words ?

    Yes you would write every word - including single lettered word a in a separate box.

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  • thanks Neyawan
  • Koi reply karo bhai.....
  • ias_985 said:

    Koi reply karo bhai.....

    The best book for Grammar is Wren & Martin but I dont think there is enough time left to cover it as it covers Grammar in depth....i have General English by J K Chopra, he has also covered Grammar satisfactorily
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