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7 Aug

Ways to Say Someone is Smart

1. He’s really sharp. 2. She’s brilliant. 3. He’s very bright. 4. She’s a genius. 5. He’s a smart cookie

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6 Aug

Ways to Say Thank You

1. Thanks. 2. Thanks a lot. 3. Thank you so much. 4. Thanks a million! 5. Thanks for your help. / Thanks for helping me. 6. I really appreciate it. 7. I’m really grateful. 8. That’s so kind of you. 9. I can’t thank you enough. (for extremely important things)  

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6 Aug

10 Ways to Say How You Are ?

1. I’m fine, thanks. How about you? 2. Pretty good. 3. Not bad. 4. Great! 5. Couldn’t be better! 6. Can’t complain. 7. I’ve been busy. 8. Same as always. 9. Not so great. 10. Could be better.

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6 Aug

10 Ways to Ask How Someone Is ?

1. How are you? 2. How’s it going? 3. How ya doin’? 4. How are things? 5. How’s life? 6. How have you been? 7. How’s your family? 8. What’s up? 9. What’s new? 10. What have you been up to lately?

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6 Aug

10 Informal Ways to Say Yes and No

1. Yeah 2. Yup 3. Mm-hmm! 4. Uh-huh! 5. Sure! 6. Nope 7. Nah 8. Mm-mm 9. Uh-uh 10. No way!

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12 Apr

Idioms Phrases – 4

151.                 A fool’s errand= a useless undertaking 152.                 To put somebody in his place= to make him humble 153.                 To talk shop=to talk about business or professional affairs 154.                 To keep one’s head above water= to keep out of debt 155.                 To go at each other hammer and tongs= to argue noisy 156.                 To live […]

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12 Apr

Idioms Phrases – 3

101. To be up and doing= to be actively engaged 102.                 To see eye to eye with= to agree 103.                 A jaundiced eye= prejudice 104.                 To see red= to find fault with 105.                 To push somebody to the wall= to defeat him 106.                 To be in two minds= to be uncertain 107.                 Leave one to sink […]

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12 Apr

Idioms Phrases – 2

51. Will o’the wisp= anything which eluded or deceives 52. To get into a scrape= to find oneself in an awkward predicament 53. To fly off the handle= to lose one’s temper 54. To read between the lines= to grasp the hidden meaning 55. To blaze trail= to initiate work in a movement 56. To […]

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12 Apr

Idioms Phrases – 1

1.    To meet one’s Waterloo=To meet one’s final defeat 2.    To turn over a new leaf=to change the old habits and adopt new ones 3.    A fair crack of the whip=a period of importance 4.    To talk one’s head off=to talk excessively 5.    To hold something in leash=to restrain 6.    To play fast and loose= […]

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10 Apr

LIST OF IMPORTANT ANTONYMS

Above below Attack defend Ability inability Advance retreat Adversity prosperity Arrival departure Ancient modern Arrest release, free Ascent descent Acquit convict Acceptance rejection Armament disarmament Absurd reasonable Ample meagre Advantage disadvantage Agree disagree Angel devil Absence presence Bottom top Broad narrow Buy sell Blunt sharp Busy idle Beautiful ugly Blessing curse Bravery cowardice Belief disbelief […]

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