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
badinage i. (noun) conversation or remarks that are jokes and not serious ii. (noun) witty or humorous conversation Sentence- The President was in a good mood as he walked through the crowd and made several voters laugh with his witty badinage.
respite (noun) a short period of rest or relief from something difficult or unpleasant Sentence- The refugee encampments will provide some respite from the suffering to the victims of the war.
sue (verb) to start a legal case against a person or an organization, in order to claim money from them because they have harmed you in some way Sentence- Siddharth decided to sue the manufacturing company for £2 million for the harm caused by the defect in their mobile phones. Special mention to Siddharth Gautam… Continue reading Word of the Day- November 14, 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.
amusement i. (noun) the feeling that you have when you think something is funny Sentence- To my great amusement, the dog ran off with my father's slipper. ii. (noun) the pleasure that you get from being entertained or from doing something interesting Sentence- I play the piano for my own amusement, not for anyone else's.