Thursday, 31 March 2016

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THE ENGLISH TIMES DAY9

THE ENGLISH TIMES DAY9:

 🕸 Word of the Day 🕸


🔅ASTOUND:

💡Astound – Verb - Shock or greatly surprise- चकित करना

Synonyms: Stun, Stagger

Antonyms: Bore, Annoy

💬E.g. - Her bluntness astounded him.



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🕸 Paronym of the Day 🕸


🔅BEAR:
💡tolerate,carry,give birth.
💬Mohan cannot bear being insulted by boss.


🔅BARE:
💡naked
💬He was bitten by a snake as he was bare foot.
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🕸 Idiom of the Day 🕸


🔅By the rule of thumb:


💡Meaning : according to practical experience.


💬sentence:.In older times business was run by the rule of thumb.




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🕸 Phrase of the Day 🕸


🔅Break up with:

💡meaning: quarrel.

💬sentence: After long and fruitful friendship the two friends broken up with each other.

🔅Break open:

💡Open by force.

💬The thief broke open the lock and stole money.


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🕸 Preposition of the Day🕸


🔅Avail of :


💡meaning: take advantage of.


💬usuage:she availed herself of this oppurtunity


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🕸One word substitution of the Day:


🔅SOPORIFIC👇
💡a medicine that Induces sleep.

🔅SOUVENIR👇
💡a thing kept in memory of an event.(syn.Momento)

🔅SWAN SONG👇
💡the last literary work of an writer/an artist.



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🕸Grammar Rule of the Day🕸


🔅Rule X of  pronoun:

'Both' should be followed by 'and' and not by 'as well as', Negative is avoided with Both.

💬For example:

📌Both you as well as my brother are going to attend her marriage tomorrow.(use 'and' in place of 'as well as')

📌Both of them are not going there. (Incorrect)
↘Neither of them is going there. (Correct).

              ....Anand Singh🤓

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