Saturday, 26 March 2016

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THE ENGLISH TIMES DAY6

 THE ENGLISH TIMES :

🕸 Word of the Day 🕸


🔅ASSUAGE👇

💡Assuage-ease,lessen( शांत करना)

🔑Synonyms –Allay,Alleviate,Help,soothe,
mollify,Palliate.

🔑Antonyms – harm,hurt,impair,intensify,
sharpen.


💬E.g. :
👉The authorities have agreed to hold the vote over one day instead of two, to assuage fears of manipulation.


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🕸 Paronym of the Day 🕸


🔅BARBARITY:
💡Cruelty
💬Hitler's barbarity is too
terrible to be released.


🔅BARBARISM:
💡uncivilised conditions.

💬Barbarism still prevails in most of the tribal regions of the world.
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🕸 Idiom of the Day 🕸


🔅BROKEN REED:


💡Meaning : support that failed.


💬sentence:When he needed help,his friend proved a broken reed.




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🕸 Phrase of the Day 🕸


🔅Break out:


💡meaning: spread(war,epidemic,fire,riots)


💬sentence: The breakout of malaria in Delhi is alarming.



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🕸 Preposition of the Day🕸


🔅Attain to:


💡meaning: arrive at a position/post.


💬usuage:He attained tho this status after struggle.


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🕸One word substitution of the Day:


🔅LIBERTIME👇
💡A person who leads an immoral life(syn.Lecher)

🔅NOVICE👇
💡One who is inexperienced in anything (syn.Tyro)




🔅PHILATELIST👇
💡One who collects stamp.



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🕸Grammar Rule of the Day🕸


🔅Rule VII of  pronoun:


💡When two subjects are joined by

👉'As well as ,together with,along with,and not,in addition to,like,unlike,with,rather than,except,no less than, nothing but, more(noun)than one, the possessive case of the pronoun (possessive adjective) is used on accordance with the first subject.


💡When two subjects are joined by

👉'Either-or,neither-nor,not only-but also,none-but'.

the possessive case of pronoun (possessive adjective) is used according to the nearest subject.


💡When the pronouns
'Each,every,neither,either,anyone' many a,more than one(possessive adjective) are used as subject, the possessive case should be third person singular.They may refer to two or more than two objects or persons.

💡When 'one' is used as a subject ,the possessive case of the pronoun should be according to one.(I.e.one's)

💡When a pronoun is used for more than one noun or pronoun of different persons, the possessive case is in the form of first person plural (your).

💬For example:

📌Each boy and each teacher is required tho bring their luggage. (use 'his 'in place of 'their')

📌One should do his duty sincerely(use 'one's'in place of 'his')

📌Neither the students nor the teacher was playing in their proper uniform.

📌Reena as well as her children has returned to their home (use 'her' for 'their')        

📌Only you and I have brought your books. (use 'our'for 'your')

📌Every one should do one's duty (use 'his' for one's)

📌My sister along with her friends is doing her job at Delhi. (Correct)


              ....Anand Singh🤓


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