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User Name: NirmalPriyaVishnu
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Topic: Question Types
Posted: Sunday, July 2, 2017 8:20:36 AM
Hi Team,

Greetings for the day!

could you please validate the "Question types" in the following link ?

Question types

Note : I am not able to place the spread sheet data into this, that is why i have placed the link over here.

Thanks and Regards,
Topic: To You / For you
Posted: Friday, June 17, 2016 6:08:13 AM
Assume, you requested me to give access for the share point site. I have given and drafting an email to you.

we have granted access to you in the share point site.


We have granted access for you in the share point site.

which one is correct / professional.
Topic: say / tell ---- said / told
Posted: Thursday, March 13, 2014 12:02:08 AM
Hi Dragonspeaker,

Thank you for your clear explanation.

TELL / TOLD --- followed by the PERSON OR GROUP.
SAY / SAID -- followed by the information / data.

which gives clear picture.
Topic: say / tell ---- said / told
Posted: Wednesday, March 12, 2014 1:29:55 AM
When do you use "said" and "told"?
The main meaning of the verb tell is to "speak or write something to someone."
The main meaning of say is to "use your voice to express something in words."

Say or Tell?
•You say something
•You tell someone something

Difference "Said" Vs "Told"?
Told / Tell indicate that a person deliberately communicated with someone else.
"He TOLD me to be quiet" or "He TOLD me about the accident".
Said / Say refers to words coming from someone's mouth. It doesn't matter whether anyone is listening.

Already visited the below threads

please explain very simple and clear if possible.
Topic: Find / Figure out
Posted: Thursday, March 6, 2014 11:18:44 PM
So my understanding is

Stage 1 : To find the problem (I guess, here I can use “FIND”)

Stage 2: Analyze the root cause of the problem (I guess, here I can use “FIGURE OUT”)

Stage 3: Based on the analysis, we implement our solution to the problem and fix it.
Posted: Thursday, March 6, 2014 1:28:59 AM
Hi All, Please take a look on the following sentences about the word "SHOULD"

To my knowledge I have prepared the following list, kindly review it, in case if I missed out anything about "Should" related rules, please add it.

Giving advice, opinions
you should finish the work without pending.
You should speak to him about it.
He should see a doctor.

you should not violate the traffic rules.
you should not add more sugar in coffee.
developers should not give the company secrets to others.
Priya should not walk fast now.

Question :
should I?
should I pay the money?
where should I pay the money?

Negative :
shouldn't I?
shouldn’t I give any suggestion ?
why shouldn’t I take this food ?

should have + p.p => for common suggestion for the past action

Priya should have asked for good doctor.
you should have been at home last night.
you should have chatted in your college days.
you should have done it before giving for production, I don’t know why you didn’t ?
you should have eaten before reaching to office.

Negative :
should not have + pp
priya should not have spoken like that.
You should not have eaten at road side hotels.

I guess no question for this type (should have + p.p)

should be:

Your mind should be the culprit so you are not able to work ship the God.
It should be in flammable material.
you should be good.

Negative :
Iit should not be a snake.
He should not be a doctor.

Question : --- I think no question for (should be) type.


should be + p.p

This task should be finished by our team.
It should be completed with in two days."

Negative :
should not be + p.p
outside non veg food should not be eaten by us.
unwanted expenses should not be raised in family life.
un boiled water should not be drunk by children.
vehicles should not be kept without locking.

I guess no question for this type.


Should have been + p.p

you should have been taken the medicine
Indians should have been played well
you should have been eaten well before starting the class


Topic: eat / have ----- haven't / didn't
Posted: Thursday, March 6, 2014 12:52:04 AM
I eat breakfast
I have breakfast
which one is apt?

I haven't taken the breakfast (is it correct?)
I didn't take breakfast (is it correct?)
which one it apt?

Topic: Find / Figure out
Posted: Thursday, March 6, 2014 12:32:09 AM
I am going to find the problem.
I am going to figure out the problem. (I guess, this sentence is 100% correct)

I am going to find the problem (shall I use this or not)

Please share your thoughts.
Topic: Population vs Demographic
Posted: Monday, March 3, 2014 8:30:55 AM
What is the differnce between Population and Demographic ?
Topic: Programming, Basic
Posted: Monday, March 3, 2014 2:18:07 AM
My point of view, I would suggest you to learn C programming and C++. It will cover all the basics of programming.