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English Anthem :- Day 8

English Anthem :- Day 8



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Welcome to the 8th 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. Proud of, not for.

✖️Don't say: He's very proud for his promotion.

✔️Say: He's very proud of his promotion.

Note: We say take (a) pride in: A craftsman takes a pride in his work.

📢 @common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖

2. Rejoice at or in, not for.

✖️Don't say: We rejoiced for her success.

✔️Say: We rejoiced at (or in) her success.

📢 @common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖

3. Related to, not with.

✖️Don't say: Are you related with Simon in any way?

✔️Say: Are you related to Simon in any way?

Note: Also “in relation to”: Is he in any relation to you?

📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖

4. Repent of, not from.

✖️Don't say: He repented from his crime.

✔️Say: He repented of his crime.

Note: Repentance takes for: He feels repentance for his sin.

📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖

5. Satisfied with, not from.

✖️Don't say: Are you satisfied from your marks?

✔️Say: Are you satisfied with your marks?

Note: Also content with, delighted with, unhappy with, happy with, displeased with, dissatisfied with, disgusted with.






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Now clutch to another section that is difference between words.

The difference among Studious & Scholarly & Learned


☝️The all are used for a person who is interested in books and studying generally.


✍Studious is used for a person who has the Habit of Studying.


✍Learned is used for a person who uses his knowledge of studying and how he/she knows a lot by studying.


✍Scholarly is used for a person who either has the habit of studying and or he how she/he knows a lot by studying.


✌️Special points about those👆🏽


☝️A studious person is usually a Young person.


☝️A learned person is usually an old person.


☝️ A Scholarly person can be either a Young person or an Old person.


1⃣ I like studious people who don't waste their time on useless matters.


2⃣  I have always wanted to talk to learned professors of universities.


3⃣ I should have known that he was a scholarly person although he doesn't seem to be like that.




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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 🕸


Lucrative
Meaning : profitable
Example : Many of freshers find a lucrative job in private security firms

Agog
Meaning : excited , curious
Example : they all are agog to know what happened

Jittery 
Meaning : nervous/anxious
Example : investors have become jittery about the country's economy

Cogent
Meaning : strong/ powerful / convincing
Example : the police has cogent evidence to prove his guilt




🕸 word anthem of the Day 🕸

🔅FUTILE:

💡 Futile – adjective – producing no result or effect - व्यर्थ

✒️Synonym – sterile, delusive

✒️Antonym – productive, effective

💬E.g. The losing team made a futile effort to catch up to their opponent.



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🕸 Paronym anthem of the Day 🕸

🔅Assent: agree
💬I should get assent of my father to study in a boarding school.

🔅Ascent: Climbing up
💬The ascent to kargil hills is very arduous.



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🕸 Idiom anthem of the Day 🕸

🔅 By hook or by crook

💡Meaning :by one  means or another

💬sentence:I am determined to clear the exam by hook or by crook.



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🕸One word substitution anthem of the Day

🔅chauvinist 👇
💡 a person who is blindly devoted to an idea

🔅Coquette👇
💡a girl/woman who flirts with men.

🔅Cynosure👇
💡one who is centre of attraction.

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🕸Grammar Rule mania of the Day🕸

🔅Rule IX of verb* :

💡when the sentence begins with 'It' the verb is according to the subject 'It'

💡In the case of a sentence beginning with 'there' and Interrogative pronoun.


💬 for example:

✒️It is the stars that guide our destiny.(correct)

✒️It is I who am helping you (correct)

✒️There was a boy in the classroom.(correct)

✒️There were a boy and a teacher in the classroom(correct)

✒️There lives a boy who is my best friend . (Correct)

✒️What evidence are these acts?(correct)

✒️What have the boys thought about this plan? (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:

♦️23. Children (Part 1 of 2)

🔸23.1 When you meet with a child

🔹What's your name?
🔹How are you today?
🔹How old are you?
🔹Do you go to school yet?
🔹How many years till you're in school?
🔹What grade are you in?
🔹How do you like school?
🔹What's your favorite subject in school?
🔹Do you have brothers or sisters?
🔹How many brothers and sisters do you have?
🔹Have you been a good boy?
🔹Are you being a good girl?
__________________

🔸23.2 When a child grows quickly

🔹You're growing so tall!
🔹You're turning into a little gentleman!
🔹You're turning into a little lady!
🔹You've gotten so big!
🔹What a big girl!
🔹Oh, my! Haven't you grown!
🔹How time flies!
__________________

🔸23.3 When you praise a little child

🔹Good boy!
🔹Good girl!
🔹You're a good little boy!
🔹You're a good little girl!
🔹Big boy!
🔹What a big girl!
🔹Mommy's proud of you.
🔹I'm so proud of you!
__________________

🔸23.4 When you instruct a child about personal safety

🔹Don't talk to strangers.
🔹Don't take candy from anybody you don't know.
🔹Don't open the door to strangers.
🔹Never get into a car with a stranger.
__________________

🔸23.5 When you give a child a direct order

🔹Do as I tell you.
🔹Do what I tell you.
🔹Do as I say.
🔹Do as you're told.
__________________

🔸23.6 When you warn a child in the kitchen

🔹Don't eat candy, you'll spoil your dinner.
🔹Watch out, it's hot!
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🔸23.7 When you instruct a child to behave and use good manners

🔹Be good.
🔹Be a good boy.
🔹Be a good girl.
🔹Behave.
🔹Behave yourself.
🔹Remember your manners.
🔹Mind your manners.
🔹Act like a gentleman.
🔹Act like a lady.
🔹Act your age.
🔹Always remember to say "please" and "thank you".

   


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