This picture tells us about some common mistakes we make in English. There are mistakes related to subject-verb agreement, use of correct adverb and many other grammar topics. Just check which mistakes you make, and try to avoid them next time. One mistake I have seen a lot of people make is using the past… Continue reading Common Errors in English: Part- I
introspect (verb) examine one's own thoughts or feelings Sentence- The teacher told the student to introspect on his actions to find out how he could improve his behaviour and life. Question- Can you think of any synonyms of this word? Hint: You even have a corner in your classes to help you introspect. Do make… Continue reading Word of the Day- November 17, 2018
abecedarian (adjective) arranged alphabetically Sentence- The girl decided to organize the files in an abecedarian manner so she could find what she was looking for by name more easily.
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aplomb (noun) self-confidence or assurance, especially when in a demanding situation Sentence- During the bomb scare, the teacher managed the children with aplomb and kept everyone calm. Question- What visual comes to your mind when you see this word? I can visualize a child standing on the stage with bright lights all around. She is… Continue reading Word of the Day- November 11, 2018
adore i. (verb) love and respect someone deeply Sentence- Rohit adores his mother, so he helps her out with her work at home. ii. (verb) worship, venerate Sentence- Some people adore fire believing it to be a form of the divine.
proactive (adjective) creating or controlling a situation rather than just responding to it after it has happened Sentence- The proactive student who worked on his weak areas with a plan in mind, scored better than his friend who idled away his time in video games and studied at the last moment.