Friday, 1 April 2016

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THE ENGLISH TIMES DAY9


THE ENGLISH TIMES DAY9:


 🕸 Word of the Day 🕸



🔅REPARATION:

💡Reparation – noun - something done or paid as compensation of wrong - मुआवज़ा

🗝Synonyms – compensation amends

🗝Antonyms – damage, extortion

💬E.g. – Germany was unable to pay the reparations demanded after World War I.

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🕸 Paronym of the Day 🕸

🔅BORNE:

💡carried.

💬The dead body was borne by his friends.



🔅BORN:

💡take birth.

💬Pearl was born in Apollo  Hospital at Hyderabad.

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🕸 Idiom of the Day 🕸

🔅Beat the air:

💡Meaning :to make useless efforts.

💬sentence: some speakers merely beat the air in speech while preaching.

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🕸 Phrase of the Day 🕸

🔅Bring about:

💡meaning: cause to happen.


💬sentence: The administration helped to bring about a peaceful settlement.

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🕸 Preposition of the Day🕸

🔅Aloof from:

💡meaning: keep from

💬usuage:keep aloof from the bad boys.

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🕸One word substitution of the Day:

🔅VENIAL👇

💡a slight fault that can be forgiven.

🔅VERBATIM👇

💡repitition of a speech or a writing word for word.


🔅UTOPIA👇

💡an imaginary land with perfect social order.




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🕸Grammar Rule of the Day🕸



🔅Rule XI of  pronoun:

'Which' is used in place of 'who' when we referring to a choice between two or more than two things or persons.

💬For example:


📌Of the two sisters who is the more intelligent(use 'which' in place of 'as who')


📌Who is your father in the crowd (use 'which' in place of 'who')

📌Who is better of the two dancers in our society? (Place 'the' before better and change 'who' into 'which')


              ....Anand Singh🤓

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