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English Anthem :- Day 11

English Anthem :- Day 11
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✋OM NAMAH SHIVAYA✋
Welcome to the 11th 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➖
11. Boast of or about, not for. 
✖️Don't say: James boasted for his strength.
✔️Say: James boasted of (or about) his strength.

📢 @ common_mistakes ➖Using the wrong preposition➖
12. Careful of, with or about, not for.
✖️Don't say: Elke's very careful for her health.
✔️Say: Elke's very careful of/about her health.
Or: You should be careful with your money.
Note: Take care of: He takes care of his money.

📢 @ common_mistakes ➖Using the wrong preposition➖
13. Travel by train, etc., not with the train, etc.
✖️Don't say: He traveled with the train yesterday.
✔️Say: He traveled by train yesterday.
Note: We say: by train, by boat, by plane, by bike; also, by land, by sea, by air, by bus; on a bus or in a bus; by car or in a car, by taxi or in a taxi; on horseback, on a donkey, on a bicycle; on foot. 

📢 @ common_mistakes ➖Using the wrong preposition➖
14. Complain about, not for.
✖️Don't say: Annette complained for the weather. 
✔️Say: Annette complained about the weather.
Note: While talking about illness🤒 we use complain of. We say: She complained of a sore throat.

📢 @ common_mistakes ➖Using the wrong preposition➖
15. Composed of, not from.
✖️Don't say: Our class is composed from thirty students.
✔️Say: Our class is composed of thirty students.



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Now clutch to another section that is difference between words.
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The differences among
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1.Kill/Slay
2.Murder
3.Commit manslaughter
4.Assassinate
5.Exterminate
6.Execute
7.Eliminate/Take someone out
8.Bump someone off
9.Commit suicide/Take someone's own life
10.Massacre/Manslaughter
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✍Kill/Slay mean making someone dead and also general verbs.
✍Murder means killing someone deliberately and on purpose.
✍Commit slaughter means killing someone unintentionally.
✍Assassinate means killing an important person especially a politician.
✍Execute means killing someone as a punishment for their crime usually by hanging.
✍Eliminate/Take someone out mean killing someone who causes problem for you.
✍Bump someone off is a humorous phrasal verb using someone who irritates you.
✍Commit suicide/Take sb's own life mean killing yourself.
✍Massacre/Slaughter mean killing a lot of people in a violent way.
✍Exterminate means killing a specific group of people.
1⃣ Two boys were killed/slain two years ago.
2⃣ My brother was about to be murdered.
3⃣ I will finally commit manslaughter due to my crazy driving.
4⃣ Hitler was about to be assassinated but their enemies failed.
5⃣ My friend was executed because of killing someone on purpose.
6⃣ The street gangs wanted to eliminate their enemies/Take their enemies out in order to  feel relieved.
7⃣ I wanted to bump my little sister off. She was so annoying.
8⃣ I reached a level of madness that I wanted to commit suicide/Take my own life.
9⃣ The ISIS groups have slaughtered/massacred a lot of people so far.
🔟 Hitler wanted to exterminate the Jews.

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Ohh yeah!!!
We are moving towards some Important vocab and grammatical rules,  swotting that you easily dive deep in the ocean of Engl
ish....so why are waiting.Just glance.🕸


🕸 Word anthem of the Day 🕸
🔅PROWESS:
💡 Prowess – noun – Skill or expertise in an activity or field – कौशल
🔑Synonyms – ability, strength
🔑Antonyms – weakness, inability
💬E.g. Christina used her hunting prowess to survive in the woods for a week.


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🕸 Paronym anthem of the Day 🕸
🔅Accede: accept
💬The director was kind enough to accede to the request of the labourers.
🔅Exceed: Surpass
💬Your essay should not exceed three hundred words
🔅Concede:agree
💬The prisoner did not concede to the argument of the jailor.



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🕸 Idiom anthem of the Day 🕸
🔅 Feather  one's own nest
💡Meaning : to provide first for one self.
💬sentence: Our leaders are busy feathering their own nests and have no concern for the poor.


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🕸One word substitution anthem of the Day:
🔅Curator👇
💡One who is in charge of a museum/a cricket pitch.
🔅Compere👇
💡One who introduces performing artistes on the stage programmes.


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🕸Grammar Rule anthem of the Day🕸
🔅Rule XII of verb* :
💡The position of verb in the clause beginning with As and than , when the subject is hidden.
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💬for example:
  ✒The guests came on time as were hoped.        (Say ,(it) was hoped)
   ✒ The guests came more in numbers than was expected(say,(they) were expected)
✒There were more mangoes than were expected.(say,(it) was expected)
✒There were more servants than was required (say ,(they) were required)
         
               

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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:
♦️25. Finances
🔸25.1 When you are concerned about your expenses
🔹I have to control my spending.
🔹I have to watch my spending.
🔹I need to watch my money.
🔹I need to watch my pennies.
🔹I've got to watch every dime.
🔹I've got to keep tabs on expenditures.
🔹I've got to start budgeting my money.
🔹I've got to save my pennies.
🔹I've got to tighten my belt.
🔹I have to cut back on expenses.
🔹I have to keep track of my expenses more closely.
🔹I have to make ends meet.
🔹Now I'm on a strict budget.
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🔸25.2 When a person is not frugal with money
🔹You're living beyond your means.
🔹You might as well flush it down the toilet.
🔹You spend money as if it were going out of style.
🔹Don't spend it all in one place!
🔹Don't let it burn a hole in your pocket.
🔹Money doesn't grow on trees.
🔹A fool and his money are soon parted.
🔹Easy come, easy go.
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🔸25.3 When a person is greedy
🔹What a miser!
🔹What a tightwad!  (US)
🔹The love of money is the root of all evil.
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🔸25.4 When you stop a person from being greedy
🔹You can't take it with you.
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🔸25.5 When you are going to purchase an expensive thing
🔹How much is this going to set me back?
🔹I guess I can afford it.
🔹I'll dip into my savings.
🔹I've been saving up for this.
🔹I've got enough saved up.
🔹I've been saving for a rainy day.
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🔸25.6 When you have gotten money by tricks
🔹I was laughing all the way to the bank.
🔹I cried all the way to the bank.
     
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