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Vocabulary Words 22-04-21 Thursday

Posted: April 22, 2021 at 10:08 am   /   Vocabulary

Learn New Vocabulary Words and become fluent in Spoken English ABJECT (adjective) terrible and without hope, without any pride or respect for yourself अत्‍यधिक दयनीय और निराशाजनक, स्‍वाभिमान रहित; नीच Example: The organization is dedicated to alleviating the suffering of those living in abject poverty. What is the synonym for abject? SYNONYMS. Some common synonyms of the abject are ignoble, mean, […]

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Vocabulary Words 21-04-21

Posted: April 21, 2021 at 9:44 am   /   Vocabulary

Learn New Vocabulary Words and become fluent in Spoken English CURB (VERB) to limit or control something, especially something bad किसी बात (विशेषतः) बुरी स्थिति पर रोक लगाना; नियंत्रण में लाना Example: He needs to learn to curb his anger. What is the synonym of the curb? SYNONYMS. restrain, hold back, keep back, hold in, […]

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Describe your idea of making a good first impression in a job interview (IELTS CUE CARD 2021)

Posted: April 10, 2021 at 3:55 pm   /   CUE CARDS, IELTS, IELTS CUE CARD 2021, Speaking Part 1, Speaking Part 2, Vocabulary

Describe your idea of making a good first impression in a job interview (IELTS CUE CARD 2021) Speaking Part 1 1 Do you work or study? Well, for the past couple of years, I’ve been working for Wipro as a WebDeveloper, which is among the top 10 listed firms in my country. In fact, this […]

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Gourmand – Word of the Day

Posted: February 22, 2021 at 11:53 am   /   Spoken English, Vocabulary

Gourmand – Word of the Day  Meaning: [noun]: Somebody who enjoys eating and eats in large quantities History: Gourmand – Word of the Day Basically, Gourmand – Word of the Day, the origin of this word is still unknown. However, it is believed that it is connected with the word ‘gourmet’ and came into the limelight […]

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Rank and File – Idiom of the Day and Idiom meaning in Hindi

Posted: February 22, 2021 at 10:58 am   /   Spoken English, Vocabulary

Rank and File Idiom meaning in Hindi सामान्य जन, जनसाधारण Referred to an ordinary person History: idiom meaning in hindi : The phrase originated as a military term back in the 16th century. This is because troops used to stand next to one another (rank) and in a straight line (file) while marching. And, the […]

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Laconic – Word of the Day

Posted: January 25, 2021 at 10:36 am   /   Spoken English, Vocabulary

Laconic – Word of the Day  Meaning: [adj] : (of a person, speech, or style of writing) using very few words. History: History dates back to the late fifteenth century, roughly in the 1580s. Debated of Greek and Latin origin.From Greek LakonikosFrom Latin Laconicus History also says that people of Sparta in Greece had the habit […]

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Perfunctory – Word of the Day

Posted: January 18, 2021 at 11:10 am   /   Eng Grammar, Spoken English, Vocabulary

Perfunctory – Word of the Day Meaning: Lacking in interest or effortSuperficial or routine Origin: Perfunctory is a word whose origins can be found entirely in Latin. The word first appeared in English in the late 16th century, and comes from the Late Latin word perfunctorius, meaning “done in a careless or superficial manner,”. Another possible […]

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Chase Rainbows – Idiom of the Day

Posted: January 18, 2021 at 11:08 am   /   Spoken English, Vocabulary

Chase Rainbows – Idiom of the Day Meaning: When someone is pursuing fanciful or unrealistic goals, he is said to be chasing rainbows. Origin: The term comes from the old tale about finding a pot of gold if one digs at the end of the rainbow, where it touches earth. Obviously, no such thing exists. So […]

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Lackadaisical – Word of the Day

Posted: January 17, 2021 at 10:50 am   /   Spoken English, Vocabulary

Lackadaisical – Word of the Day Meaning: Lacking enthusiasm, zest and determination; carelessly lazy. Origin: There are times when life seems to be one unfortunate occurrence after another. We’ve all had days when everything was going wrong. When someone had such a day back in the 17th century, people would say “Lackaday” to express their […]

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Cerulean – Word of the Day

Cerulean – Word of the Day

Posted: January 11, 2021 at 10:38 am   /   Eng Grammar, IELTS, Spoken English, Vocabulary

Cerulean – Word of the Day Meaning: A deep sky-blue colour. Origin: This word dates back to the mid 17th century. It comes from the Latin word caeruleus, meaning “sky-blue”. In turn, caeruleus originates from the Latin word caelum, meaning “sky”. Usage: I’m thinking of painting the walls of my living room in cerulean blue, to remind myself of my vacation in Santorini.The […]

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Common English Words Used in IELTS Speaking

Posted: January 6, 2021 at 2:40 pm   /   IELTS, Speaking Part 1, Speaking Part 2, Spoken English, Vocabulary

Common English Words Used in IELTS Speaking IELTS Speaking module is for 15 minutes. You have to impress the examiner within this short period. To be able to do this, you should talk spontaneously. If you make frequent pauses because you’re in search of the right words, spontaneity goes for a toss. You will be […]

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Fetid – Word of the day

Fetid – Word of the day

Posted: January 4, 2021 at 2:32 pm   /   Eng Grammar, Spoken English, Vocabulary

Meaning: [adj]: smelling extremely unpleasant. malodorous, stinking, fetid, noisome, putrid, rank, fusty, musty mean bad-smelling. malodorous may range from the unpleasant to the strongly offensive. malodorous fertilizers stinking and fetid suggest the foul or disgusting. History: Dates back to the early 15th century. Has Latin origin. From Latin fetidus. Usage: Noun examples – Fetidity, Fetidness: 1. Due to the fetidness […]

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Garrulous – Word of the day

Garrulous – Word of the day

Posted: January 4, 2021 at 2:30 pm   /   Eng Grammar, Spoken English, Vocabulary

Meaning: [adj]: excessively talkative, especially on trivial matters. History: Dates back to the 1600s. Has Latin origin. Greek origin and Irish origin are also suspected. From Latin garrulus, Greek Gerys and Irish Gairm. Usage: Adverb examples – Garrulously: 1. The TV host won many viewers by talking garrulously.2. She diverted the focus by garrulously explaining some […]

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IELTS Map Vocabulary

Posted: September 16, 2020 at 1:55 pm   /   Vocabulary

n some cases, Task 1 of IELTS writing asks the test taker to describe a map.  This map vocabulary section helps you to understand the main phrases, language and the vocabularies that can be used while describing ielts maps in  writing task 1. The criteria you need to keep in mind while answering this question is task […]

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