10 SYNONYMS TO BOOST YOUR VOCABULARY

Synonyms always help us sound more creative in any conversation. It not makes us a sound speaking but also boasts our confidence. There a many people who run after learning new words and fail to do so in terms of finding a lot of new words instead finding synonyms always help us build our vocabulary… Continue reading 10 SYNONYMS TO BOOST YOUR VOCABULARY

IDIOMS TO BOOST YOUR VOCABULARY

  Bull in china shop This idiom is used for one who causes damage. Example: It seems, he is bull in china shop in her life. A damp squib This idiom is used for a complete failure. Example: His presentation was a damp squib. A man of straw This idiom is used for a weak… Continue reading IDIOMS TO BOOST YOUR VOCABULARY

DIFFERENT WAYS OF SAYING HAPPY BIRTHDAY

A birthday is an occasion which needs to be special because this comes only once in a year in everyone’s life. We all try making it special by using a same phrase “HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU” every single time we wish someone which not only makes us sound cliché but also makes a special person… Continue reading DIFFERENT WAYS OF SAYING HAPPY BIRTHDAY

DIFFERENT WAYS TO SAY THANK YOU

It is always great to appreciate people who help us. Greeting them with good phrases not only shows our etiquette but also leaves great impact on them. Here are some phrases which will help you say “THANK YOU” in different ways. THANK YOU, YOU ARE AMAZING! THAT WAS A GREAT HELP, THANK YOU FOR THIS!… Continue reading DIFFERENT WAYS TO SAY THANK YOU

SKILLS JUDGED IN A GROUP DISCUSSION

Group discussion is a collective discussion, we do with participants. We get a chance to exchange ideas with people around us, but we do lack the etiquette of the same. There are certain parameters we should keep in mind while doing the same. Here are the skills that are judged in a group discussion mentioned… Continue reading SKILLS JUDGED IN A GROUP DISCUSSION

10 INTERESTING IDIOMS RELATED TO BODY PARTS

1. COLD SHOULDER: This idiom means to ignore someone or somebody Example: Stop giving your problems the cold shoulder.   2. COST AN ARM AND A LEG: This idiom is used for expensive things. Example: This interior would cost me an arm and a leg.   3. COLD FEET: This idiom is used when someone… Continue reading 10 INTERESTING IDIOMS RELATED TO BODY PARTS

10 ANIMAL IDIOMS TO ENRICH YOUR VOCABULARY

  1. The elephant in the room. This idiom is used to refer to a problem that is too big to ignore. Example: That issue is not less than the elephant in the room.   2. One-trick pony This idiom is used for people who are known for having one quality , and don’t have… Continue reading 10 ANIMAL IDIOMS TO ENRICH YOUR VOCABULARY

TOP 10 ADJECTIVES TO DESCRIBE POSITIVE PERSONALITY

1. Affable This adjective is used for someone who is easy to talk to. Example: It is easy to approach affable people.   2. Agreeable This adjective is used for someone who is enjoyable to talk to. Example: I enjoy interacting with agreeable people.   3. Amiable This adjective is used for someone who is… Continue reading TOP 10 ADJECTIVES TO DESCRIBE POSITIVE PERSONALITY

21 Useful ways to say “I THINK” in English

It is always fun to use synonyms in our daily talks. It not only makes our talk interesting but also helps us from sounding cliche. Here are some synonyms of the work “I think” which is most used in our conversations. 1>  I assume 2>  I believe 3>  I consider 4>  To me 5>  It… Continue reading 21 Useful ways to say “I THINK” in English

WORDS USED INSTEAD OF “VERY”

People are more into using very before every word they wish to put emphasis on but that is the blunder what they generally do. In English language there are appropriate words that can be used instead of very. The list is given below:- INSTEAD OF…. SAY…. Very accurate EXACT Very afraid fearful Very angry furious… Continue reading WORDS USED INSTEAD OF “VERY”