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ALL EXERCISES IN Vocabulary

01
Jan

TIPS TO IMPROVE YOUR VOCABULARY

Vocabulary – The meaning In simple terms, it means knowledge of words in a particular languag...

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01
Jan

Lover of different things vocab

Couch-potato – who keeps watching tv the whole day Mouse-potato- who keeps playing games in c...

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01
Jan

Shopping Vocabulary

Shoplift – steeling things from the shop Freebie – Something that is given you with the...

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01
Jan

How to express Happy/enjoyable Time (Vocabulary)

Ball time -  have excited time    Gala time - the time when we enjoy more Fun &...

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01
Jan

TIPS TO IMPROVE YOUR VOCABULARY

Vocabulary – The meaning In simple terms, it means knowledge of words in a particular languag...

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23
Mar

Advanced Vocabulary

ADVANCED VOCABULARY 1.      Go-getter   -   someone wh...

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07
Apr

SYNONYMS (words with similar meaning)

1) Tension : stress, strain2) Fight : dispute, discord3) Help : assistance, aid4) Strange : odd, unu...

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29
Apr

Commonly used phrases and Idioms

                            &n...

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01
May

Commonly used phrases and Idioms

1.         Let bygones be bygones 2.      ...

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06
May

Vocabulary for Dinning Etiquette

Vocabulary for Dinning Etiquette   Defiled         &n...

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01
Jan

Words to Use Instead of Very

  1.        Very hungry – starving 2.  &nb...

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14
Jul

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 ...

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03
Aug

Different Expression for same thoughts

  1.   To admire / praise someone       To adore someone ...

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03
Nov

Words To Describe People (Part - 1)

Word                ...

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06
Nov

Words To Describe People (Part - 2)

Introvert a shy person. Extrovert an outgoing, gregarious person. Ambiver...

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07
Nov

Words To Describe People (Part - 3)

Altruist               &n...

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08
Nov

Common Text Messaging & SMS Abbreviations for use - Part 1

2moro       -             Tomorrow 2nte     ...

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13
Nov

Words ending with HOLIC

Webaholic                ...

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16
Nov

So many ways to say THANK YOU

  ·       Thank you ·    &nbs...

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17
Nov

Other Ways to Say IN CONCLUSION!

  ·       To sum up ·    &nbs...

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18
Nov

Other ways to say I MISS YOU!

  ·       I can’t stop thinking about you · &nbs...

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21
Nov

More ways to say GREAT

  ·        Stupendous         &n...

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23
Nov

Other Ways to Say I DONíT KNOW!

  ·       I have no idea ·    ...

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24
Nov

Words to be used for VERY

  Very old               ...

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25
Nov

Other Ways to Say TO BE HONEST!

  ·       Let’s be fair ·   ...

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27
Nov

Ways to say something is Interesting/Boring

Ways to say something is Interesting ·       It’s fascin...

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19
Dec

BRITISH ENGLISH VS AMERICAN ENGLISH

Holiday - vacation Petrol - gas Car park - parking lot Underground - subway Motorway - highway ...

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20
Dec

Verbs + Prepositions (To)

 TO            Talk to       listen to spea...

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22
Dec

Verbs + Prepositions (For, From)

FOR   Wait for Ask for Apply for Blame for Care for Long for Head for Admire for Excu...

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23
Dec

Verbs + Prepositions (At, On)

   AT   Smile at Stare at Aim at Look at Point at Laugh at Peer at Arrive at...

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02
Jan

Advanced Vocabulary

1.     Adventure   -  an exciting or daring experience 2. &...

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05
Jan

Work Place Slangs and Idioms

1.     To axe someone :-  to get fired 2.     Back to the drawin...

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23
Jan

FOOD RELATED IDIOMS

  1.       Acquired taste      &nb...

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07
May

Stages of life

1.             Preemie -  premature...

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14
May

Personality Trait

  You have worn the  Shirt inside out  Make the bed please.  Unpack the lug...

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11
Jun

Idiom Quiz

1. You look a little down in the dumps. A. You are looking down. B. You look a ...

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