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English Anthem day 12

English Anthem day 12

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Welcome to the 12th 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 startedafter the  great demand of kp readers. Afterreading 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 commonmistakes of English grammar, learning slowly and incessantly you'll grab a lot.

📢 @ common_mistakes➖

➖Using the wrong preposition➖

16. Confidence in, not to.

✖️Don't say: I have great confidence to you.

✔️Say: I have great confidence in you.

Note: In confidence: Let me tell you something in confidence (=as a secret).

📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖

17. Conform to, not with. 

✖️Don't say: We must conform with the rules.

✔️Say: We must conform to the rules.

Note: comply takes with: We'll comply with your request.

📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖

18. Congratulate on, not for.  

✖️Don't say: I congratulate you for your success.

✔️Say: I congratulate you on your success.

📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖

19. Consist of, not from.

✖️Don't say: A year consists from twelve months.

✔️Say: A year consists of twelve months.

Note: Take great care NEVER to use consist in the passive form.

📢 @ common_mistakes
➖Using the wrong preposition➖

20. Covered with, not by.

✖️Don't say: The mountains are covered by snow.

✔️Say: The mountains are covered with/in snow.

📢 @common_mistakes

Now clutch to another section that is difference between words.

The difference among
Revitalize & Resuscitate & Revive & Rehabilitate & Resurrect

☝️The all mean bringing something/someone back to life and normal situation and more powerful.

✍Revitalize means bringing back or putting new power into something and in general  making it a living thing and more powerful and usually used for a language, Tradition and .....

✍ Revive means bringing back the life of something and it sometimes refers to a memory or situation in the past.

✍ Resuscitate means bringing back Someone to life Before he/she is completely dead.

✍ Resurrect means bringing someone back to life ,who has been officially considered dead.
And It's also like a miracle.

✍Rehabilitate means bringing back the life to something specially about your single part of body and usually referring to your legs and hands (Limbs).

☝️ To make it short
Are used for Things and Not people on the other hand, Resurrect,Resuscitate are used for people and Not things.

1⃣ The doctors have resuscitated my old grandma with a successful cancer operation.(☝️Before she dies the doctors managed to bring her back to life.)

2⃣ Suddenly stopped breathing out and in and he turned to a dead body but the famous doctor tried to resurrect him with giving him electric shock and amazingly he managed to do it.
(☝️My uncle was considered dead and we lost our hope!)

3⃣ The physiotherapist tried to rehabilitate my leg after my terrible accident.(☝️My leg was powerless but he tried to give its power back.)

4⃣ We all try to revive customs.
(☝️we try to make it living thing and more powerful)

5⃣ Wow! Your old house revives my old memory about our village in the past.
Good old days!!

6⃣ The poets try to revitalize Afghan language.(☝️they try to make it powerful and get new life.

Ohh yeah!!!
We are moving towards some Important vocab and grammatical rules,  swotting that you easily dive deep in the ocean of why are waiting.Just glance.🕸

Word of the Day 🕸


 💡Nefarious – adjective – Extremely wicked – अति दुष्ट

🔑Synonyms – dreadful, atrocious

🔑Antonyms – honest, noble

💬E.g. One man employed his nefarious scheme to hack into people's computers and steal bank account information.


🕸 Paronym of the Day 🕸

💬There is no alteration in the programme yet .

🔅Altercation:wordy quarrel
💬There was altercation between the shop keeper and my brother.


🕸 Idiom of the Day 🕸

🔅 Blow one's trumpet:

💡Meaning : to praise oneself.

💬sentence: No one likes to talk to those who are always blowing their own trumpet.


🕸One word substitution of the Day:

💡One hard to please(very selective in his habits)

💡One who believes in fate

💡One who works for the welfare of women(syn.-philogynist)


🕸Grammar Rule of the Day🕸

🔅Rule XIII of verb* :

💡A singular or a plural verb with the nouns in the following cases is used according to the sense which they convey
(a) Number
(b) Means,wages
(c) Variety,plenty,rest,deal of,a lot of(lots of),a heap of,two third of,most of,some of,a half of, per cent of.

  1.A large number of boys were absent on account of bad weather.(correct)
2.The number of admissions have gradually fallen off.(use 'has')

(b) Means,Wages
3.She could not continue her study because her means were poor(correct)
4.A fair means is always preferable to the fouls one.(correct)
5.Means are more important than the ends.
6.The wages in India are quite meagre
7."The wages of sin is death",says bible.

8.A variety of books on the subject are available in the market (correct)
9.A variety of food is available in this hotel (correct)
10.Plenty of milk is available in this hotel(correct)
11.Plenty of books were donated to the library by him(correct)
12.The rest of the lesson has been completed (correct)
13.The rest of the students have left for their homes(correct)
14.A lot of(lots of) guests were attended upon by the host. (Correct)
15.A lot of work is yet to be done(correct)
16.A great deal of labour is required to complete the job(correct)
17.A good deal of boys have joined our club(correct)
18.Two third of the actors are unsuccessful.(correct)
19.Two thirds of the book is easy to read(correct)
20.The seventy per cent of the students are hard working (correct)
21.The seventy per cent of our population is poor(correct)

Note: (a)But with 'percentage' in the subject the verb is singular.

For example:
      The percentage of successful candidates is very high.

(b)A singular verb is used with collective nouns when they denote unity/a group.
" A set of books,a pair of speculates ,a bouquet of flowers ,a kind of .
A series of events,A gang of robbers " etc. For example
(I) A pair of spectacles is broken.(correct)
(II)A series of matches is likely to be played next month.(correct)

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:

♦️21. Perception

🔸21.1 When your vision is good

🔹I have excellent vision.
🔹I have good eyesight.
🔹I've got a good eye for color.

🔸21.2 When a person is vision-impaired

🔹He can't see a thing without his glasses.
🔹He's as blind as a bat.

🔸21.3 When a person is hearing-impaired

🔹He is suffering a hearing loss.
🔹He's stone deaf.
🔹He is deaf as a post.

🔸21.4 When you lack an ear for music

🔹I don't have an ear for music.
🔹I'm tone-deaf.

🔸21.5 When the sound is loud

🔹The sound is too loud.
🔹That noise is deafening.
🔹My ears are ringing.
🔹What a racket!
🔹Are they trying to wake the dead?

🔸21.6 When there is no sound

🔹It is so quiet you can hear a pin drop.

🔸21.7 When you wonder about a smell

🔹Do you smell something?
🔹Do you smell it?
🔹What smells?
🔹What's that smell?
🔹What's that fragrance?
🔹What's that aroma?
🔹What's the scent?
🔹What's that odor?

🔸21.8 When you offer a person to smell something

🔹Smell it.
🔹Sniff this.
🔹Take a whiff of this.
🔹Get a whiff of this.
🔹That smells!


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