Food for thought...

Is it OK to say, `The Nattammai Achuthan visited Chennai last week'?

If you want to include an individual's name with titles like `Queen', `King', `Prime Minister' and `President', then you normally don't use the definite article `the'. For example, we do not say, `The Queen Elizabeth drank coffee'. We can either say, `The Queen drank coffee' or `Queen Elizabeth drank coffee'. Your sentence is therefore wrong. You can either say, `The Nattammai visited Chennai last week' or `Nattammai Achuthan visited Chennai last week.'

Saturday, May 29, 2010

Face the toughest challenge in this world....

when going gets tough , tough gets going..

some times this might be true but its all in your hand.learn something from every thing. experience teaches you a lot.some times the whole against will be against you but don't be afraid of any thing , if you are right then you just carry on in your own way.And one more thing i want to say here is don't loose your confidence, one day or the other you will get your desired thing in life.

What ever happens life has to move, add meaning to your valuable life. live for the one who loves you, die for the one who cares for you.


Guhansaravanan said...

some times the whole world will be against you but don't be afraid of any thing

Karthick N said...

enna dhaanda solla vara......????

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