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Can we use "A" with Vowel and "An" with Consonant ?

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Confusing words and their meanings.
- A vane is blade that rotates:
eg I don't know how hard the wind blew; it blew the weather vane off the roof.
- Vain means "fruitless, hopeless, or without result"
eg Bertie harbors a vain hope of becoming a world-class ice skater.
- Vein refers to the tubes that carry blood back to the heart:
eg The veins are usually smaller than the arteries.
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Hello everyone, how are you all.
Nice to see you after a long time.
Let us do some exercises in English....

How many words can you make by using the word 'Good'
eg Good bye



Most commonly confused words part 3

choose/chose -
Choose means to select.
I choose that puppy in the window.
Chose is the past tense of choose.
I chose my puppy last week.

close/clothes/cloths -
Close means near or intimate.
We were always close friends, even as children.
Clothes means garments.
I love new clothes!
Cloths are pieces of fabric.
I used old cloths to clean the car.

coarse/course -
Coarse means rough.
We sat on the pine log even though it was coarse.
Course means a direction or path.
The hurricane blew along the predicted course.

complement/compliment -
Complement means to complete or make better.
That shirt complements your eyes.
Compliment is praise.
She accepted the compliment about her shirt graciously.

conscience/conscious -
Conscience is your inner, moral guide.
My conscience told me not to steal that candy bar, but I was hungry and took it anyway.
Conscious means aware or awake.
I was conscious of a guilty feeling over taking the candy bar.


Most commonly confused words Part 2

beside/besides -
Beside means next to.
He sat beside me.
Besides means in addition.
I love ice cream besides chocolate.

breath/breathe -
Breath is air that you take in.
I was out of breath after running.
Breathe is the action of taking in air.
I breathe heavily after running.

buy/by -
Buy means to purchase something.
I need to buy shampoo.
By means near.
He sat his briefcase by the vending machines.


Most commonly confused words....

a/an/and -
A is used before a word beginning with a consonant or consonant sound.
I would love a new car.
An is used before a word beginning with a vowel or vowel sound.
I took an apple for a snack.
And joins words or clauses.
I love apples and bananas.

accept/except -
Accept means to receive.
I accept your gift.
Except means to exclude.
I'll give you all my baseball cards except for the Micky Mantle.

addition/edition -
An addition is something that is added.
We built an addition onto the house.
An edition is one in a series of printed material.
Did you see the latest edition of the paper?

advice/advise -
Advice is an opinion offered as a guide.
My advice is to study before tests.
Advise is the action of offering an opinion as a guide.
I advise you to study before tests.

affect/effect -
Affect means to influence something.
He affects me strangely whenever he winks at me.
Effect means a result or to cause something to happen.
Your wink has the strangest effect on me.

allowed/aloud -
Allowed means permitted to happen.
The child is allowed to stay up late on weekends.
Aloud means out loud.
Read your papers aloud to hear your mistakes.

all ready/already -
All ready means everyone is ready.
We're all ready for summer vacation.
Already means before.
David had already complete that class.

are/our -
Are is a verb, the plural of is.
We are going to the store.
Our is a possessive pronoun, meaning belongs to us.
That is our house.


Confusing words and their meanings.

- A vane is blade that rotates:

eg I don't know how hard the wind blew; it blew the weather vane off the roof.

- Vain means "fruitless, hopeless, or without result"

eg Bertie harbors a vain hope of becoming a world-class ice skater.

- Vein refers to the tubes that carry blood back to the heart:

eg The veins are usually smaller than the arteries.

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Timeline photos 27/07/2017

I have a good news for you.
I have good news for you

The men are national beings.
Men are national beings.

The boys leave the school at four o'clock.
The boys leave school at four o'clock.

He sent a word that he would come soon.
He sent word that he would come soon.

I have read the Shakespeare's Macbeth.
I have read Shakespeare's Macbeth

You cannot set a foot in this house.
You cannot set foot in this house.


1. Acrophobia- Fear of heights
2. Bibliophobia- Fear of books.
3. Cacophobia- Fear of ugliness.
4. Dystychiphobia- Fear of accidents.
5. Electrophobia- Fear of electricity.
6. Felinophobia- Fear of cats.
7. Genophobia- Fear of physical relation.
8. Harpaxophobia- Fear of being robbed.
9. Insectophobia - Fear of insects.
10. Japanophobia- Fear of Japanese.
11. Kakorrhaphiophobia- Fear of failure or
12. Logizomechanophobia- Fear of
13. Mastigophobia- Fear of punishment.
14. Noctiphobia- Fear of the night.
15. Ophidiophobia- Fear of snakes.
16. Phasmophobia- Fear of ghosts.
17. Quadrataphobia - Fear of quadratic
18. Rhytiphobia- Fear of getting wrinkles.
19. Sinophobia- Fear of Chinese, Chinese
20. Triskaidekaphobia- Fear of the number
21. Urophobia- Fear of urine or urinating.
22. Venustraphobia- Fear of beautiful
23. Wiccaphobia: Fear of witches and
24. Xenoglossophobia- Fear of foreign
25. Ymophobia - Fear of contrariety
26. Zoophobia- Fear of animals.


The History Of The Middle Finger

Well, now……here’s something I never knew before, and now that I know it, I feel compelled to send it on to my more intelligent friends in the hope that they, too, will feel edified. Isn’t history more fun when you know something about it?

Before the Battle of Agincourtin 1415, the French, anticipating victory over the English, proposed to cut off the middle finger of all captured English soldiers. Without the middle finger it would be impossible to draw the renowned English longbow and therefore they would be incapable of fighting in the future. This famous English longbow was made of the native English Yew tree, and the act of drawing the longbow was known as “plucking the yew” (or “pluck yew”).

Much to the bewilderment of the French, the English won a major upset and began mocking the French by waving their middle fingers at the defeated French, saying, See, we can still pluck yew!

Since ‘pluck yew’ is rather difficult to say, the difficult consonant cluster at the beginning has gradually changed to a labiodentals fricative F’, and thus the words often used in conjunction with the one-finger-salute!

It is also because of the pheasant feathers on the arrows used with the longbow that the symbolic gesture is known as “giving the bird.”


And yew thought yew knew every plucking thing!

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