All Exercises in Vocabulary

TIPS TO IMPROVE YOUR VOCABULARY

Vocabulary – The meaning In simple terms, it means knowledge of words in a particular language.  Your smart companion for confidence ·        Vocabulary helps in expressing oneself very well and aids in clear communication too. · ...

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Lover of different things vocab

Couch-potato – who keeps watching tv the whole day Mouse-potato- who keeps playing games in computer Music-freak – who loves to listen to music Movie-buff – who loves to watch movies Netizen – who keep surfing on internet...

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Shopping Vocabulary

Shoplift – steeling things from the shop Freebie – Something that is given you with the item you are baying Shopaholic – person who is fond of shopping Haggle – to bargain  Jaw-dropping price – to feel surprise to see the price of the product...

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TIPS TO IMPROVE YOUR VOCABULARY

Vocabulary – The meaning In simple terms, it means knowledge of words in a particular language.  Your smart companion for confidence ·        Vocabulary helps in expressing oneself very well and aids in clear communication too. · ...

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Advanced Vocabulary

ADVANCED VOCABULARY 1.      Go-getter   -   someone who has a lot of energy and confidence and wants to succeed 2.      Savoir-faire  -  the ability to behave in a correct and confident way in different situation 3.&n...

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SYNONYMS (words with similar meaning)

1) Tension : stress, strain2) Fight : dispute, discord3) Help : assistance, aid4) Strange : odd, unusual5) Wild : uncivilized , savage6) Arrest : seize, capture7) Busy : occupied, engaged8) Insult : disgrace, humiliation9) Shelter : refuge, haven10) Holy : pious, godly...

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Commonly used phrases and Idioms

1.         Let bygones be bygones 2.       A drowning man catches at a straw   3.       Too many cooks spoil the broth   4.       No pains, no gains   5. &n...

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20 Most Used English Proverbs

You can’t have your cake and eat it too-You cant have it both ways. Practice makes the man perfect– Everything is difficult when you are a beginner. But if you stick with it, if you keep practicing, you can master anything. Where there is a will, there is a way-if you have the will to ...

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Words To Describe People (Part - 2)

Introvert a shy person. Extrovert an outgoing, gregarious person. Ambivert       -     one whose personality type is intermediate between extrovert and introvert. Sociable         - ...

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Other ways to say I MISS YOU!

  ·       I can’t stop thinking about you ·       I can’t wait to see you again ·       I hope I see you again soon ·       I feel sad withou...

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More ways to say GREAT

  ·        Stupendous                  (They are stupendous teachers) ·        Excellent                     ...

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BRITISH ENGLISH VS AMERICAN ENGLISH

Holiday - vacation Petrol - gas Car park - parking lot Underground - subway Motorway - highway Sweets - candy Crisps - chips Chips - french fries Biscuit - cookie takeaway - take out Football - soccer American Football- football Primary school - elementry school Secondary school- high ...

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Verbs + Prepositions (To)

 TO            Talk to       listen to speak to Apologize to Belong to Happen to Turn to Adapt to Add to Agree to Consent to Devote to Lead to Object to React to Reply to Talk to Refer to...

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Verbs + Prepositions (For, From)

FOR   Wait for Ask for Apply for Blame for Care for Long for Head for Admire for Excuse for Pay for Pray for Search for Scold for Vote for Prepare for Wish for Work for Apologize for       FROM   Suffer from Recover from Borrow from  Escape fr...

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Verbs + Prepositions (At, On)

   AT   Smile at Stare at Aim at Look at Point at Laugh at Peer at Arrive at Wink at        ON   Agree on Comment on Concentrate on Depend on Congratulate on Decide on Rely on ...

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Words to Use Instead of Very

  1.        Very hungry – starving 2.        Very clear - obvious 3.        Very pretty- gorgeous 4.        Very cold - freezing 5.  &...

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Advanced Vocabulary

1.     Adventure   -  an exciting or daring experience 2.     Fascinating - attractive 3.     Scary- something which makes you feel afraid 4.     Shriek – high /loud pitch sound ( “the audie...

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Work Place Slangs and Idioms

  1.     To axe someone :-  to get fired 2.     Back to the drawing board:- to start all over again "The government must go back to the drawing board and review the whole issue of youth training" 3.      Back to the salt ...

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FOOD RELATED IDIOMS

  1.       Acquired taste            -               something you dislike when you taste it, but begin to like after trying several times ...

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