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01 Sep

Fine Tune Your English: Section J Conversational English

Fine Tune Your English SECTION: J CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH POLITE EXPRESSIONS Used to please hearer Example: Sorry, Excuse me, Could you, Pardon me, Please, Kindly.....   SOME TIME EXPRESSIONS In, at, by, during and on are used to refer something that happened during an entire time period or at some point during that period. Examples: The birds are sil

01 Sep

Fine Tune Your English: Section I Negatives and Interrogatives

Fine Tune Your English SECTION : I INTEROGATIVES AND NEGATIVES Definition:  ‘The negative form of a sentence denies what is said in that original sentence’ Ø Constructing the negative form of a sentence is not a difficult exercise, nor is it the easiest of all exercises.                     GENUIN

01 Sep

Fine Tune Your English: Section H Heady Expressions

Fine Tune Your English HEADY EXPRESSIONS To their face: - openly and directly Off your head: - crazy and behave strangely Out of your head: - delirious or out of control Shooting his mouth off: - boasting Head him by the nose: - control him completely Fell on deaf ears: - ignore what is saying Break his heart: - cause disappointment Made no bones: - speak f

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