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English Anthem :- Day 6

English Anthem :- Day 6
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Welcome to the 6th episode of highest & most viewed article by tons of fervent readers. Thanking you from inner core of the heart for grand love and support to the article. Once again enjoy the same and brush up your English.
                        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(diehard lover).
Let's start our anthem..
First of all we wish to focus some common mistakes of English grammar, learning slowly and incessantly you'll grab a lot.
📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
1. Sure of, not for.
✖️Don't say: I'm quite sure for her honesty.
✔️Say: I'm quite sure of her honesty.
Note: Also certain of: I am quite certain of it.
📢 @common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
2. Surprised at or by, not for. 
✖️Don't say: Harold was surprised for the loud bang.
✔️Say: Harold was surprised at/by the loud bang.
Note: Also
💡astonished at/by
💡amazed at/by
💡alarmed at/by
💡puzzled at/by
💡shocked at/by
📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
3. Suspect of, not for.
✖️Don't say: I suspect Kate for stealing the pen.
✔️Say: I suspect Kate of stealing the pen.
Note: Also suspicious of: Dogs are suspicious of strangers.
📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
4. Take by, not from.
✖️Don't say: Robert took his brother from the hand.
✔️Say: Robert took his brother by the hand. 
Note: Also
💡hold by
💡catch by
💡seize by
💡snatch by
💡grasp by
📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
5. Tie to, not on.
✖️Don't say: The girl tied the string on the kite.
✔️Say: The girl tied the string to the kite.
Note: Also bind to: The prisoner was bound to the stake.


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Now clutch to another section that is difference between words.
The difference between
Unemployed & Out of work & Redundant & Jobless🤔🤔
☝️The all are used for a person who doesn't have any jobs.
✍Out of work is used for a person who Had a job before but at the moment doesn't have a job.
✍Unemployed/ Jobless are used for a person who didn't have a job before and now is the former situation.
✍Redundant is used for a person who have been out of work because the factory/company manager had decided to reduce some of working forces/staff.
1⃣ My father is out of work now and is looking for a job.
2⃣ 55% of single people are jobless/unemployed right now.
3⃣ That's cruel of my father's boss that made him redundant.
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Ohh yeah!!!
We are moving towards some Important vocab and grammatical rules,  swoting that you easily dive deep in the ocean of English....so why are waiting.Just glance.
🕸 word anthem of the Day 🕸
🔅 BESEECH:
💡Beseech –verb – ask for /request earnestly - हाथ जोड़ना
✒Synonym – call upon, plead
✒Antonym – command, refuse
💬E.g. The toddler decided to beseech his mother until she gave him a cookie.
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🕸 Paronym anthem of the Day 🕸
🔅Access : Approach
💬It is very difficult to have an access to the Prime minister.
🔅Accession: Coming to throne
💬The accession of the prince to the throne was welcomed by the people.
⚠Note:paronym means the most confusing word which appears close to the form but different in meaning.
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🕸 Idiom anthem of the Day 🕸
🔅To drive home
💡to say something very clearly and with a lot of force, often repeating it several times, so that you are sure that people understand it 
💬E.g: our teacher used several examples to drive home her message the importance of education in our life.
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🕸One word substitution anthem of the Day
🔅Creche👇
💡 a nursery where children are cared for while their parents are at work 
🔅Cosmopolitan👇
💡 a person who regards whole world as his country 
🔅Chauffeur 👇
💡one, who is employed to drive a motor car 
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🕸Grammar Rule anthem of the Day🕸
🔅Rule VII of verb* :
💡The inverted form of the verb is used in the following adverb.
🔑When the sentence is introduced by adverb.
🔑when the verb is meant to express wish or prayer.
💬 for example:
✒So quickly did she finish her work that we were surprised (correct)
✒May you succeed in life(correct)
✒Hardly /scarcely had I reached the airport when the plane arrived.(correct)
✒No sooner did she arrive than she started laughing. (Correct)
          
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Accelerating the gear, move to very funny as well interesting topic,  how to conversate with other in impressive way.So continue....
Daily Conversations: anthem
🔴 Daily Conversations:
♦️20. Unpleasant Conversations (Part 5 of 5)
🔸20.20 When you want to sound sarcastic about what a person has done
🔹Are you happy now?
🔹Are you satisfied?
🔹Aren't you proud of yourself?
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🔸20.21 When you try to avoid an unpleasant conversation
🔹Do we have to go through all that again?
🔹Let's not go through all that again.
🔹Please!
🔹Here we go again.
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🔸20.22 When a person is being aggressive
🔹Are you trying to start something?
🔹Just exactly what are you getting at?
🔹Just what exactly are you trying to say?
🔹Were you talking to me?
🔹Have you got a problem?
🔹What do you mean by that?
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🔸20.23 When you are angry with an aggressive person
🔹Get out of my face!
🔹Get off my back!
🔹Get off my tail!
🔹Get off my a**!  (Vulgar)
🔹I'm fed up with you!
🔹Screw you!  (Vulgar)
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🔸20.24 When you don't believe that a person who is threatening you has serious intentions
🔹Do you mean to say something?
🔹You can't mean that!
🔹You wouldn't do that!  (used with "wouldn't" or "couldn't".)
🔹You wouldn't dare!
🔹You and what army?
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🔸20.25 When you want a person to stay out of your affairs
🔹Mind your own business.
🔹I'll thank you to mind your own business.
🔹It's none of your business.
🔹That's none of your affair.
🔹What's it to you?
🔹Don't tell me what to do.
🔹Keep your nose out of my business.
🔹Keep out of this.
🔹Stay out of this.
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🔸20.26 When you are scolding a person
🔹Shame on you!
🔹For shame!
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🔸20.27 When you are trying to stop a person from an illegal action
🔹You'll never get away with it.
🔹You'll go to jail.
🔹You'll end up in prison.
🔹I would not do that for love or money.
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🔸20.28 When you want a person to leave your property alone
🔹Look with your eyes, not your hands.
🔹Did I say you could touch that?
🔹If you break it, you pay for it.
🔹If you break it, you bought it.
🔹Excuse me, that's mine.
🔹Hands off!
     
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After studying you test yourself via this short quiz, we'll post answer key tonight.
English Quiz anthem
1.That which cannot be corrected
(a) Incorrigible
(b)Insuperable
(c)Incommunicable
(d)Intolerable
2. Mercy killing of patients who are incurably ill
(a) Circumspection
(b) Benignity
(c) Euthanasia
(d) Apoplexy
3. Something short lived
(a) Ephemeral
(b) Epicurean
(c) Interim
(d) Illusory
4. Forcefully enlisting private property for military use
(a) Occupation
(b) Commandeering
(c) Trespass
(d) Encroachment
5. A happening that cannot be altered
(a) Invincible
(b) Fate
(c) Fait-accompli
(d) Congruence
6.you have(a)/No/excuse(b)/to be late(c)/ No error(d)
7.The flowers smell sweetly(a)/and(b)/areof great value(c)/No error(d)
8.His all daughters(a)/are ugly so(b)/theycannot be married(c)/ No error(d)
9.Two men have(a)/been arrested(b)/by the police who are believed to be involved in the robbery(c)/No error(d)
10.The price(a)/of his car is(b)/higher than your car.(c)/No error(d)
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