Friday, 4 March 2016

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English Anthem :- Day 9

English Anthem :- Day 9
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Welcome to the 9th 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. Absorbed in, not at.
✖️Don't say: The man was absorbed at his work.
✔️Say: The man was absorbed in his work.
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
1. Accuse of, not for.
✖️Don't say: She accused the man for stealing.
✔️Say: She accused the man of stealing.
Note: Charge takes with: The man was charged with murder.
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
3. Accustomed to, not with.
✖️Don't say: I'm accustomed with hot weather.
✔️Say: I'm accustomed to hot weather.
Note: Also used to: He is used to the heat.
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
4. Afraid of, not from.
✖️Don't say: Laura is afraid from the dog.
✔️Say: Laura is afraid of the dog.
➖Using the wrong preposition➖
5. Aim at, not on or against. 
✖️Don't say: she aimed on (or against) the target. 
✔️Say: She aimed at the target.
Note: Use the preposition "at" to donate direction: throw at, shout at, fire at, shoot at. Shoot (without the at) means to kill: He shot a bird (= he hit and killed it).
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Now clutch to another section that is difference between words.
The differences among
Jump & Hop & Bounce & Leap
& Vault & Dive & Skip🤔🤔
✍Jump (general verb) means moving upwards or Downwards usually in a fixed place.
✍Hop means jumping forwards on one leg.
✍Skip means jumping forwards with small steps,specially when you are so happy  you do this.
✍Leap means jumping high
forwards.
✍Dive means jumping into water  with your head and arms.
✍Bounce means jumping up and down several times specially when you're jumping on something that has springs.
✍Vault means jumping over Something using your hands.
1⃣ I hate jumping up and down when I have headache.
2⃣ The tiger leapt over the obstacle so quickly to hunt  the running deer.
3⃣ I was hopping in the kitchen owing to(because of) my injured leg.
4⃣ The swimmer showed his skill with diving into the pool so fast.
5⃣ I vaulted over the fence to pass the stable.
6⃣The kids were bouncing on my bed.
7⃣The little girl was skipping happily down the street.
☝️Forwards can be either an adverb or an adjective, but Forward is only an adjective.




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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.🕸
Vocabularies anthem of a day
Obstacle
Meaning : barrier
Example : his inability to learn foreign language is an obstacle to his career.
Cognizant
Meaning : having knowledge of / being aware of
Example: every man must be assumed to be cognizant of the law
Acclaim
Meaning : to praise
Example : most of the artists live their lives to enjoy acclaim.
Fortify
Meaning : to strengthen(in terms of making secure)
Example :The British army is working hard to fortify the airbase.

word anthem of the Day 🕸
🕸 word of the Day 🕸
🔅JEOPARDIZE:
💡 Jeopardize:put at risk जोखिम~मेँ~डालना
✒Synonym – Hazard,endanger.
✒Antonym – safeguard.
💬Sentence:soldiers jeopardized their life for the nation.
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🕸 Paronym of the Day 🕸
🔅Adopt: take up
💬One should not adopt the bad habits of others.
🔅Adapt: adjust
💬One must learn to adapt oneself to the circumstances of life.
🔅Adept:expert
💬Shruti is adept in the art of dancing.
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🕸 Idiom of the Day 🕸
🔅 Bear the burnt of
💡Meaning : to bear the main shock of
💬sentence:The public have to bear the brunt of increasing petrol prices.
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🕸One word substitution of the Day
🔅 Egotist👇
💡 one who often talks of his achievement.
🔅Egoist👇
💡a lover of oneself,of one's advancement.
🔅Epicure👇
💡one who is for pleasure of eating & drinking.
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🕸Grammar Rule of the Day🕸
🔅Rule X of verb* :
💡The use of causative verbs.(Make,Get,Have Cause)
✒I made my friend write a letter
✒My friend was made to write a letter
✒He got his house painted by expert painters.
✒He had a house demolished.
Note: In sentence (I) the causative verb 'make'is followed by direct infinitive 'write'.In sentence (II) 'make' is followed by 'to write' because it is in passive voice.
But we can say 'They caused him to leave India'.
           
...................................................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:
♦️2. Children (Part 2 of 2)
🔸2.8 When you ask a child to be quiet
🔹Let's be quiet.
🔹Sit down and be quiet.
🔹Not another word!
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🔸2.9 When you ask a child to stop some activity
🔹Stop it!
🔹Stop that!
🔹That's enough of that!
🔹Leave that alone.
🔹Don't touch that.
🔹Put that down.
🔹Put that away.
🔹You don't know where it's been.
🔹Keep your hands to yourself.
🔹Keep your hands off your little sister.
🔹Stop pestering your little sister.
🔹Stop teasing your little brother.
🔹Leave him alone.
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🔸2.10 When a child is misbehaving
🔹Why can't you behave?
🔹When will you learn?
🔹How many times have I told you to stop that?
🔹How many times do I have to tell you?
🔹Don't make me say it again!
🔹Don't make me tell you again!
🔹If I've told you once, I've told you a thousand times.
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🔸2.11 When you make sure that a child is Listening to you
🔹Listen to me when I'm talking to you.
🔹Did you hear me?
🔹Do you hear me?
🔹Do you understand?
🔹Is that clear?
🔹Have I made myself clear?
🔹Do I make myself perfectly clear?
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🔸2.12 When you don't keep a child from going away any more
🔹You can go.  (used with "can" or "may".)
🔹You may leave.  (used with "can" or "may".)
🔹You're excused.
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🔸2.13 When you send a child to bed
🔹Go to bed!
🔹It's time to go to bed!
🔹Off to bed now!
🔹It's bedtime.
🔹It's past your bedtime.
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🔸2.14 When a child resembles a parent
🔹She resembles her mother.
🔹She looks just like her mother.
🔹She looks just like her mother did at her age.
🔹She's the picture of her mother.
🔹She's got her mother's nose.
🔹He's got his father's features.
🔹He's the spitting image of his father.
🔹He's the spit and image of his father.
🔹He's a chip off the old block.
🔹He's a real mama's boy
🔹She's a real daddy's girl.
🔹She's daddy's little girl.
     
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