I just came across this interesting quiz on grammar. It tests everything from subject- verb agreement to your knowledge of sentence structure. Quite interesting. Do check it out. Comment below what you found easy and what was a challenge. Let's see if we can help each other out. Do like, share, follow and comment if … Continue reading Test Your Smarts- Grammar Quiz 1
Here's something interesting I found which will help you speak and write better English. Click here to view it. Do let me know what you think about this. Use them in sentences so that they stay with you. You can leave your sentences in the comments section for your friends to see. Happy learning!
Looking at how far we have come together, I thought it's important to also take out time to appreciate the journey we are on. So here are 10 riddles/ jokes/ puns for you. Learning a language is so much fun! Don't you agree? Please feel free to share any of your funny riddles, jokes or … Continue reading The Lighter Side of Life
I know everyone's been waiting to see whose word has been put up as "Word of the Day". So here it is! Today's word is by Laksh Nimesh of V-C. Well done, Laksh! However, I must mention how difficult it was for me to choose the winner today. Therefore, I have some other special mentions … Continue reading Word of the Day- May 2, 2019: Mini Stories Special
So here's the thing! I have been getting a good response related to idioms and phrases that are uploaded. A lot of you seem to be using them quite well. So every now and then, I plan to upload more idioms and phrases so that your fluency and expression is enhanced further. And, keep up … Continue reading Idioms and Phrases of the Week
Idioms and phrases always improve the quality of your speaking and writing skills. Do use them. Merry Christmas, everyone!
gluttony (noun) habitual greed or excess in eating Sentence- During the holidays, I usually give in to gluttony and gain at least ten pounds. Question- Have any of you ever indulged in gluttony?
Puns are a creative and humorous use of the English language. Here's are some good ones to "crack you up" (You see what I did there).
Puns are a great way to add humour to whatever you are writing or speaking and to liven them up. The previous two blogposts talked about using idioms as puns. To view to two post click on the words below: Idioms- Two Ways Idioms with Food Click here to get some more examples of puns. … Continue reading Word of the Day- November 28, 2018
There's an interesting way to use idioms to even add humour to your write- up. Learn more about it here.
Learn about an interesting literary activity to add humour to your creative writing pieces.
elaborate i. (verb) to add more information or explain something that you have said Sentence- The teacher told the student to elaborate on his reason for breaking the school rules, so that she could get a clear picture of what was going on in his mind. ii. (adjective) Containing a lot of connected parts or … Continue reading Word of the Day- November 21, 2018
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
adore i. (verb) love and respect someone deeply Sentence- Rohit adores his mother, so he helps her out with her work at home. ii. (verb) worship, venerate Sentence- Some people adore fire believing it to be a form of the divine.
frisson (noun) a sudden strong feeling of excitement or fear, a thrill Sentence- As Amber walked to the podium to make her speech, a frisson of nervousness swept over her.