Wednesday, 24 February 2016

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English Anthem :- Day 1

🕸 Hello dear,
We have taken the responsibility to enhance English in all possible periphery, this article " English Anthem" is just started after the  great demand of kp readers. After reading this stuff you'll infer English is fun, if you learn like Philic's.
Let's start our anthem..
♦ ♦ 📢 common_mistakes anthem
➖Misuse of the infinitive➖
Finish + -ing.
✖️Don't say: Have you finished to speak?
✔️Say: Have you finished speaking?
Note: to + infinitive or the gerund follow verbs meaning to begin: She began to speak, or She began speaking. 
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♦ ♦ 📢 The difference between 
Continuous & Continual
🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔
☝️The both mean that something is/was continuing for a long time nonstop.
✍Continuous is used for something that is Without any Gaps or Pauses.
✍Continual is used for something that May be With interruptions or gaps.
1⃣ Last year we had five continual rainy days! (☝️ we all know that it's impossible to rain five days nonstop and there had to be some interruptions.)
2⃣ Giving a lecture for a continuous hour  made him not talk accurately.(☝️ he spoke the whole one hour nonstop!)
3⃣ Information technology's continuous developments.
(☝️It is developing without any gaps.)
4⃣ The continual protests against wrong policy made the politicians change their tunes.
(☝ the protests were not held all days and nights and needed to have gaps.)
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🔴 Conversations anthem
♦️ ♦ Personal Life and Family (Part 1 of 2)
🔸#  When you describe an attractive woman
🔹She's really beautiful.
🔹She's really attractive.
🔹She's really lovely.
🔹She's really pretty.
🔹She's really gorgeous.
🔹She's really cute.
🔹She's really a doll.
🔹She's a real doll.
🔹She's a real babe.
🔹What a doll!
🔹What a babe!
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🔸#  When you describe an attractive man
🔹He's really handsome.
🔹He's really cute.
🔹He's really my type.
🔹He's a real doll.
🔹What a good-looker!
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🔸# When you ask a person for a date
🔹Would you like to go out to dinner with me?
🔹Would you like to go to dinner?
🔹I was wondering if you'd like to go out.
🔹I was wondering if you'd like to see a movie.
🔹If you are not doing anything, would you like to go to a party with me?
🔹What are you doing this weekend?
🔹Are you free Saturday afternoon?
🔹Can I see you again?  (used with "can" or "may" or "could".)
🔹Will I see you again?
🔹Can I call you?  (used with "can" or "may" or "could".)
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🔸# When you profess love
🔹I'm falling in love with you.
🔹I have fallen in love with you.
🔹I love you.
🔹I really love you.
🔹I love you madly.
🔹I love you passionately.
🔹I love you with all my heart.
🔹I'm in love with you.
🔹I'm madly in love with you.
🔹I'm passionately in love with you.
🔹Be my love.
🔹Be my sweetheart.
🔹Be mine.
🔹Be mine always.
🔹Where have you been all my life?
   
♦ ♦ word anthem
🔅RAMIFICATION :
💡Ramification– noun – a development that complicates a situation - जटिलता
✒Synonym – upshot, excrescence
✒Antonym – origin, source
💬Example:The court's decision to extend the judicial remand of JNU leader Kanhaiya Kumar has many unforeseen ramification.
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🕸 ♦ ♦ Idiom  🕸anthem
🔅Add fuel to the flame or fire:
💡to make matter worse
💬The attempt by Delhi police to suppress the agitation of the JNU students only added fuel to the flame.🔥
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🕸 ♦ ♦ One word substitution anthem
🔅Bohemian👇
💡an unconventional style of living.
🔅Cacographist👇
💡One who is bad in spellings.
🔅Bigot👇
💡One who is filled with enthusiasm in religious matters(syn. Fanatic)
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🕸 ♦ ♦ Grammar Rule anthem
💡Rule II of verb* :
🔅When two or more subjects are connected by 'not only-but also,neither-nor,either-or ,none-but,  the verb is used according to the nearest subject.
💬For example
✒Neither the students nor their guide were found present in the common floor(use 'was' in place of 'were' .since here in sentence nearest subject is guide so it takes 'was' in place of 'were')
✒None but the leaders of our country is responsible for this state of affairs.(use 'are' in place of 'is')
✒One or two books are needed.(correct)
✒I or he is to be rewarded.(correct)
✒Am I or he to be rewarded?(correct)
     
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After studying you test yourself via this short quiz, we'll post answer key tonight.
⌛️Intermediate
/Quiz1 - ⌛️
1. I haven't seen him ......
A. since yesterday.
B. for yesterday.
C. already yesterday
D. until yesterday.
2. Have you ever ......
A. gone
B. went
C. been
D. was
...... to Mallorca?     
3.Which one is correct ?
A. We are use to live in Paris.
B. We usually live in Paris.
C. We are using to live in Paris.
D. We used to live in Paris.
4. I wouldn't do that ......
A. if I was you.
B. if I would be you.
C. if I were you.
D. if I would you.
5.Which one is correct ?
A. They didn't see him
B. They hadn't see him
C. They can't see him
D. They weren't see him
...... at the hotel, last week.     
6. They are ......
A. going flying
B. fly
C. to fly
D. going to fly
...... to Brazil tomorrow.     
7. I have never ......
A. ate
B. eat
C. eaten
D. to eat
...... Indian food.     
8. Robert's from New York,
A. doesn't he?
B. does he?
C. is he?
D. isn't he?
9.Which one is correct ?
A. Can you speak German?
B. Could you speak German?
C. Couldn't you speak German?
D. Can't you speak German?
10.Which one is correct ?
A. You don't might
B. You don't must
C. You don't need
D. You don't should
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