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01 Sep

Fine Tune Your English: Section H Idioms and Phrases

Fine Tune Your English Section H Idioms and Phrases Keep one’s fingers crossed:-to wish for good luck A lion’s share: - the major part To kick the bucket: - to die To blow hot & cold: - to behave in an inconsistent manner To make both ends meet:- both ends means income & expenditure       Notes

01 Sep

Fine Tune Your English: Section H Animal Idioms

Fine Tune Your English SECTION H IDIOMATIC LANGUAGE   ANIMAL EXPRESSIONS   It was raining cats and dogs: - To rain heavily  Swan song: - last thing Bee in his bonnet: - obsessed with something and talk about it constantly A sails pace: - very slowly Play ducks and drakes: - spend money carelessly       &n

01 Sep

Fine Tune Your English: Section G: Tense

Fine Tune Your English SECTION: G PRESENTNESS IN PRESENT TENSE          SIMPLE PRESENT →  Talks about general truth. eg: Oil floats in water. →  About a habit. eg:  He sleeps in the class. →  To show ability. eg: He speaks four languages. → About our life where we live,the thing

01 Sep

Fine Tune Your English: Section F Singleness of Meaning

Fine Tune Your English SINGLENESS OF MEANING                            CHAPTER 42 - CONFUSIBLES Confusibles – They are the semi technical term for one of two or more words that are commonly or easily confused with one another. Some words look alike but are not mean to be alike, eg- The difference b

01 Sep

Fine Tune Your English: Section E Spelling and Pronunciation

Fine Tune Your English SECTION E SPELLING AND PRONUNCIATION   CHAPTER 38- PRONUNCIATION: SOME TIPS   Syllable- a unit of unspoken sound Stressed Syllable- Syllable which are pronounced with more force than the other syllables In a sentence the important words and information carrying words are stressed. POINTS TO REMEMBER Familiarize yoursel

01 Sep

Fine Tune Your English: Body Vocabulary

Fine Tune Your English BODY VOCABULARY Body verbs- verbs associated with various parts of our body Words referring to body parts and functions Calf muscle: the muscle at the back of the leg.     Temple: the side of the forehead.     The small of the back: narrow part of the back.     To fold ones arms: to br