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EnglishEnglish: a part of curriculum which is based in the language of The United Kingdom. It includes reading, writing and understanding its culture.
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English
English
"There was no word for the color orange in English until about 450 years ago. " For more information Huffington Post
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World Literature
World Literature
World Literature
"In 1910, Virginia Woolf and her friends dressed up in costumes and donned fake beards in order to convince the Royal Navy they were a group of Abyssinian princes."For more information Huffington Post
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Journalism
Journalism
Journalism
"In the early times, forms of communication of news was limited to word of mouth or gossip." For more information Universalbyline
ProProfs Fun Trivia Scholastic-Test Your Journalism IQ
123Facts Gigaverse Pew Research Center-The News IQ Quiz
NY Times Sporcle The Buttry Diary-Quiz on Plagiarism
Poetry
Poetry
Poetry
"Mahabharata is the longest poem in the world. It is an Indian epic poem which has around 1.8 million words....... "For more information Interestingreality
ProProfs Fun Trivia Fact Monster-Poetry Terms Quiz
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Grammar Composition
Grammar Comp
Grammar Composition
"I am. is the shortest complete sentence in the English language." For more information Bloomsbury
ProProfs Syntaxis Cengage English Club Parts of Speech
SoftSchool City.U Grammar Quizzes SoftSchool-Parts of Speech
Reading Comprehension
Reading
Reading
"On average across the world people spend 6.5 hours a week reading." For more information AbeBooks
Read Central ProProfs Internet4Classrooms-Reading Comprehension Tests  
SoftSchools EnglishMaven Online Speed Reading Comprehension test  
spelling
Spelling
Spelling
"Silent e helps a vowel say its name." This means that when a word ends with a vowel followed by a consonant and then silent e, the vowel has a long sound. That's the difference between rate and rat, hide and hid, and cube and cub." For more information InfoPlease
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