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[4/7, 8:47 PM] +92 304 3835975: ‍*_FREE ONLINE COURSE ON SELF- KNOWLEDGE_* ‍♀

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[4/7, 8:56 PM] +92 304 3835975: *phrasal verb*

🔺*(Back down*)

🔺Meaning :

to admit that you were wrong .


Examples:

🔷 Eventually Bill ( *Backed down*) and apologized .

🔷 Finally I *backed* *down* and apologized to him.

🔷 she *backed down* and apologized to me.

🔷 Ali *backed down* his mistakes of bad behavior and apologized to her girlfriend

‍[4/8, 7:28 AM] +92 304 3835975: ♂


‍‍ *Tongue Twister*👅 🎤 🏹

Betty Botter bought a bit of butter;

“But,” she said, “this butter's bitter!

If I put it in my batter

It will make my batter bitter.

But a bit o’ better butter

Will make my batter better.”

Then she bought a bit o’ butter

Better than the bitter butter,

Made her bitter batter better.


So ’twas better Betty Botter

Bought a bit o’ better butter.

[4/8, 7:37 AM] +92 304 3835975: LARGEST & SMALLEST IN HUMAN BODY :-

LARGEST BONE : Femur (Thigh bone)

SMALLEST BONE : Stapes (inner ear)

LARGEST ORGAN : Skin

SMALLEST ORGAN : Pineal gland (Brain)

LARGEST CELL : Ovum (female sex cell)

SMALLEST CELL : Sperm (Male sex cell)

LARGEST MUSCLE : Gluteus maximus (buttock muscle)

SMALLEST MUSCLE : Strapedius muscle (supports the stapes in the ear)

[4/8, 10:14 AM] +92 304 3835975: ☘☘☘🍁🍁🍁🍀🍀🍀🍂🍂🍂🌿🌿🌿🍃🍃🍃A Pound of Butter (Honesty):

There was a farmer who sold a pound of butter to a baker. One day the baker decided to weigh the
butter to see if he was getting the right amount, which he wasn’t. Angry about this, he took the farmer
to court.

The judge asked the farmer if he was using any measure to weight the butter. The farmer replied,
“Honor, I am primitive. I don’t have a proper measure, but I do have a scale.”

The judge asked, “Then how do you weigh the butter?”


The farmer replied;

“Your Honor, long before the baker started buying butter from me, I have been buying a pound loaf of
bread from him. Every day when the baker brings the bread, I put it on the scale and give him the same
weight in butter. If anyone is to be blamed, it is the baker.”

Moral of the story:

In life, you get what you give. Don’t try and cheat others.

🌹🌹 *Rupesh*✍🌹🌹

[4/8, 10:15 AM] +92 304 3835975: *CHICO AND THE CRANE*

There was a cook named Chico. His master had visitors for dinner and Chico was told to fry a crane.
Chico felt hungry and so he ate one leg of the crane.

At dinnertime, when the master saw a missing leg, he shouted, “Chico! Why does this crane have only
one leg?”

Chico replied, “Sir, haven’t you seen cranes before? They only have one leg!”

To teach Chico a lesson, next morning, his master took him to the pond nearby. Chico exclaimed, “Look,
Master! Cranes have only one leg!”

The master clapped his hands and all the cranes uncurled their other legs and flew away.

“You fool! Did you see they have two legs!” cried the master.

Clever Chico replied, “Sir, why didn’t you clap your hands at the table? You would have got two legs!”
[4/8, 10:15 AM] +92 304 3835975: ☘☘☘🍁🍁🍁🍀🍀🍀🍂🍂🍂🌿🌿🌿🍃🍃🍃The Blind Girl (Change):

There was a blind girl who hated herself purely for the fact she was blind. The only person she didn’t
hate was her loving boyfriend, as he was always there for her. She said that if she could only see the
world, she would marry him.

One day, someone donated a pair of eyes to her – now she could see everything, including her
boyfriend. Her boyfriend asked her, “now that you can see the world, will you marry me?”

The girl was shocked when she saw that her boyfriend was blind too, and refused to marry him. Her
boyfriend walked away in tears, and later wrote a letter to her saying:

“Just take care of my eyes dear.”

Moral of the story:

When our circumstances change, so does our mind. Some people may not be able to see the way things
were before, and might not be able to appreciate them. There are many things to take away from this
story, not just one.

This is one of the inspirational short stories that left me speechless.

🌹🌹 *Rupesh*✍🌹🌹

[4/8, 1:29 PM] +92 304 3835975: The phrasal verb pull is listed below along with an exercise for you to
check your understanding. I recommend looking over the list then doing the exercise to check your
knowledge.

*PULL AHEAD* = overtake, move into the lead or in front

The racer pulled ahead in the last lap even though he was behind most of the race.
*PULL APART* = A. stop from fighting B. weaken an argument or theory

A. The teacher pulled the fighting students apart in the classroom.

B. The 'flat earth theory' can be easily pulled apart by any scientist.

*PULL AWAY* = A. gain in distance B. vehicle leaving from a place

A. The race leader pulled away from the others and won the race handily.

B. the truck pulled away form the loading dock after unloading.

*PULL BACK* = A. score a goal or point when behind B. retreat to previous position C. decide not to do
something previously planned.

A. The teamed pulled back to even after two quick goals.

B. The soldiers pulled back after the initial attack.

C. They pulled back form the investment saying ti was ultimately too risky.

*PULL DOWN* = A. demolish B. depress someone C. earn (colloquial)

A. They pulled down the old sports stadium to build a new one.

B. John was really pulled down by his recent divorce.

C. How much do you pull down a month, he asked?

*PULL FOR* = support; especially teams

Who are you pulling for in the cup finals?


*PULL IN* = A. train or bus arrival at a station B. attract a crowd C. earn

A. The train pulled in right on time.

B. The comedy act really pulled in the crowds, didn't they?

C. I pulled in more this year than last year. How about you?

*PULL OFF* = A. manage to do B. remove

A. The Yankees pulled off a great upset in the finals.

B. Pull off the price stickers from the bottom of the toys before you wrap them.

*PULL ON* = A. put on clothes; dress B. pull something sticking out

A. He pulled on his boots and went to work.

B. When he pulled on the loose thread his whole shirt sleeve came off.

*PULL OUT* = A. bus or train leaving station B. move into traffic C. withdraw

A. When the boat pulled out to sea, he realized he would never return.

B. The car pulled out into the fast lane and nearly got hit.

C. The contestant pulled out of the competition due to injury.

*PULL OVER* = stop a vehicle by the side of the road


We pulled over to check our tires as something was making a funny sound on the car.

*PULL THROUGH* = recover from and illness

We didn't know if he was going to pull through but in the end he did.

*PULL TOGETHER* = work or compete as a team

Let's pull together and get this job done.

*PULL UP* = draw up and stop a car

The car pulled up to the curb and stopped in front of the door.

*PULL YOURSELF TOGETHER* = gain control of your emotions

Sometimes circumstances make it hard to pull yourself together but you must.

[4/8, 1:29 PM] +92 304 3835975: Today's lesson

*How to make plural noun*

Mostly we use "s" for making plural.

*singular* *plural*

Book Books

Car Cars

Pen Pens

If singular word ends in a letter *ch* , *s*, *sh*, *x* then use there *es* for making plural.
*singular* *plural*

Branch Branches

Bus Buses

Brush Brushes

Box Boxes

If singular word ends in a letter *o* and there is vowel before it use only *s* for making plural.

*Singular* *Plural*

Bamboo Bamboos

Cuckoo Cuckoos

But if singular word ends in *o* letter and there is consonant before it then use there *es* for making
plural.

*Singular* *Plural*

Mango Mangoes

Tomato Tomatoes

Potato Potatoes

If singular word ends in a letter *fe* or *f* use *ves* instead of *f* or *fe*.

*Singular* *Plural*

Life Lives

Knife Knives

But there are some singular words which end in *f* but we use *s* after *f*.

*Singular* *Plural*

Chief Chiefs

Roof Roofs

If singular noun end in a letter *y* and there is consonant before it use *ies* instead of *y*.

*singular* *plural*

Story Stories
Baby Babies

City. Cities

But there are some singular words which end in a letter *y* if there is vowel before it use only *S* for
making plural.

*Singular* *Plural*

Boy Boys

Bay Bays

Toy Toys

There are some nouns we change vowels only for making plural.

*Singular* *Plural*

Goose Geese

Tooth Teeth

Foot Feet

Man Men

Woman Women

Mouse Mice

Louce Lice

Some singular nouns change by the adding of *ren* and *en*

*Singular* *plural*

Child children

Ox Oxen

Some nouns are used in both conditions.

*Singular* *Plural*

Deer Deer

Sheep sheep

Pair pair
Thousand Thousand

Dozen Dozen

Hundred Hundred

Score. Score

But there are some nouns which look like plural but these are singular noun .

Example: news, physics, politics and mathematics.

But there are some collective nouns which look like singular but these are plural

Eg: people, cattle,poultry and gentry.

[4/8, 1:29 PM] +92 304 3835975: 🎤🎤🎤🎤🎤🎤🎤🎤

*Common English expressions:*

1. *Fed up* - this means, to have had enough

2. *Feel like* - this means, want to do something

3. *No hard feelings* - don't worry

4. *Heavy duty* - tough and powerful

5. *Hook up* - to connect

6. *Join forces* - means to unite

7. *just what the doctor ordered* - means what you need


8. *Just about* - nearly

9. *Ins and outs* - the small details

10. *In hand* - under control

11. *Kick around* - treat badly

12. *Kick the bucket* - to die

13. *Knock it off* - to stop it

14. *Know-it-all* - means, over confident

15. *Keep on* - continue

16. *In less than no time* - immediately

17. *Long face* - sad

18. *Means business* - serious

19. *Make up your mind* - decide


20. *Make off with* - to steal

21. *Make believe* - to pretend

22. *Mixed up* - confused

23. *Makes sense* - seems reasonable/ right

24. *Make a difference* - to matter

25. *Nail it down* - finalize it

26. *Never mind* - don't worry about it

27. *No doubt* - certainly

28. *No sweat* - it's easy to do/ Ok

29. *Of age* - old enough

30. *Off the hook* - out of trouble

31. *Once in a blue moon* - rarely

32. *Out of order* - does not work


33. *Out of shape* - to be unfit

[4/8, 1:37 PM] +92 304 3835975: TODAY TOPIC APR 8TH

☘️☘️ *ATTITUDE* *AND* *BEHAVIOUR* ☘️☘️

🍃 1. What is the difference between behaviour and attitude ??

🍃 2. What is the relation ship between attitude and behaviour ??

🍃 3. What is your view about good behaviour ??

🍃4. How do attitude affects behaviour ??

🍃5. In your opinion How attitude and behaviour affect Human Relations ??

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[4/8, 8:29 PM] +92 304 3835975: *Agreeing and disagreeing*

🔺If you’re in a meeting and someone says something that you don’t agree with, how would you
respond? There are many different options.

🔺You could say:

🔹I disagree

🔹That’s wrong
🔹I’m not sure about that

🔹I see your point, but…

🔺There are also many other options. Which one is the best to choose?

🔹This depends on several factors, including how strongly you disagree, the relationship between you
and the person you disagree with, and the culture both of the person you disagree with and the other
people in the meeting.

🔹Saying I disagree or you’re wrong is very direct and can possibly cause offence in some cultures.This
way of disagreeing is very uncommon in British English as it is viewed as too aggressive in that culture.

🔺 The most common way to disagree in British English is to use the basic structure:

Agree + but + disagree

I see what you mean but I don’t think that’d work’.

you want to show you agree with someone, you can simply say ‘yes’ or ‘I agree’. If you want to show
that you strongly agree, it’s common to add a strong adverb before agree, such as ‘I completely agree’
or ‘I totally agree’.

🔺 If you’re not sure of the best way to agree or disagree in any situation, it’s probably best to choose the
most polite form at first, you can always change to a more direct, informal style once you feel more
comfortable.

[4/8, 8:29 PM] +92 304 3835975: *🤝Guys must try👇*

*tongue twister*👅.
I Wish to wish the wish u wish to wish ... But if u wish to wish the witch wishes I wont wish the wish u
wish to wish!??!!

*Commando Tounge Twister* 👅🎤

I thing the pronuciation of pronuciation is pronuciation not pronushiation.

Commando is commando not commodo and commodo is not commando but commodo is commodo.

*Tounge Twister* 👅

If one doctor doctors another doctor then which doctor is doctoring the doctored doctor?

*Tounge Twister* 👅

I scream you scream we all scream for an ice cream

*Tounge Twister* 👅

‘’Whether the weather is fine,Or whether the weather is not,

Whether the weather is cold,

Or whether the weather is hot,

We’ll weather the weather

Whatever the weather,

Whether we like it or not.’’


🌹

*Tounge Twister* 👅. Fuzzy wuzzy was a bear. Fuzzy wuzzy had no hair. Fuzzy wuzzy wasn't very fuzzy,
was he?

*Tounge Twister* 👅SHE SITS AND SHINES AND SHINES AND SITS.

**Tounge Twister* 👅🎤

"Why do you cry, Willy?

Why do you cry?

Why, Willy? Why, Willy?

Why, Willy? Why?"

🌹 *English like a native*

[4/8, 8:29 PM] +92 304 3835975: 📘 Ways to Say *I’M SORRY*

1. Excuse me

2. Ever so sorry.

3. How stupid / careless / thoughtless of me.


4. I apologize.

5. I had that wrong.

6. I hope you can forgive me.

7. I owe you an apology.

8. I sincerely apologize.

9. I take full responsibility.

10. I want to apologize.

11. I wanted to tell you I’m sorry.

12. I was wrong on that.

13. I’d like to apologize.

14. I’d like to apologize for how I reacted yesterday.

15. I’m (so/very/terribly) sorry.

16. My apologies.
17. My fault, bro (US)

18. Oh my goodness! I’m so sorry. I should have watched where I was going.

19. Oh, my bad.

20. Pardon (me)

21. Please accept our (sincerest) apologies.

22. Please don’t be mad at me.

23. Please excuse my (ignorance)

24. Sorry about that.

25. Sorry, my apologies. I had that wrong.

26. Sorry. It was all my fault.

27. That was wrong of me.

28. That’s my fault.


29. Whoops! Sorry!

30. I beg your pardon

31. My bad (US)

32. Excuse me for interrupting.

33. I was wrong. Can you forgive me?

34. Pardon me for being so rude.

35. My mistake.

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*08th April 2020 / Daily English*

[4/9, 10:29 AM] +92 304 3835975: Linguistics

Old English, Middle English, Modern English

Old English 499-1066 CE Beowulf

Middle English 1066-1500 CE Canterbury Tales

Modern English 1500-present Shakespeare

Phonological change: Between 1400 and 1600 CE, the Great Vowel Shift took place. The seven long
vowels of Middle English underwent changes. The high vowels [i] and [u] became the diphthongs [aj]
and [aw]. The long vowels increased tongue height and shifted upward, and [a] was fronted. Many of
the spelling inconsistencies of English are because of the Great Vowel Shift. Our spelling system still
reflects the way words were pronounced before the shift took place.
Morphological change: Many Indo-European languages had extensive case endings that governed word
order, but these are no longer found in Romance languages or English. Although pronouns still show a
trace of the case system (he vs. him), English uses prepositions to show the case. Instead of the dative
case (indirect objects), English usually the words to or for. Instead of the genitive case, English uses the
word of or 's after a noun to show possession. Other cases include the nominative (subject pronouns),
accusative (direct objects), and vocative.

Syntactic change: Because of the lack of the case system, word order has become more rigid and strict in
Modern English. Now it is strictly Subject - Verb - Object order.

Orthographic change: Consonant clusters have become simplified, such as hlaf becoming loaf and
hnecca becoming neck. However, some of these clusters are still written, but are no longer pronounced,
such as gnaw, write, and dumb.

Lexical change: Old English borrowed place names from Celtic, army, religious and educational words
from Latin, and everyday words from Scandinavian. Angle and Saxon (German dialects) form the basis of
Old English phonology, morphology, syntax and lexicon. Middle English borrowed many words from
French in the areas of government, law, religion, literature and education because of the Norman
Conquest in 1066 CE. Modern English borrowed words from Latin and Greek because of the influence of
the classics, with much scientific terminology.

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[4/9, 11:21 AM] +92 304 3835975: Transitive verbs are verbs / verbs that need an object so that the
object can be the subject when the sentence is passive.

a. I killed a snake

b. Father killed snake

In sentence (a) snake is the object of the sentence and in sentence (b) snake is the subject of the
sentence. Until here understand?

There are three types of transitive verbs in Indonesian, namely extransitive verbs, dual transitive verbs,
and semitransitive verbs.
1. Ekatransitive Verbs

From the name alone, it can be seen that ectransitive verbs are verbs that are only followed by one
object, for example:

a. Budi makes toast.

b. Mother is cooking rice

2. Dwitransitif Verbs

Dual-transitive verbs are verbs that are followed by objects and supplements.

a. Dad is making kite brother

b. Mother named her baby Winda

In the example above, the kite and Winda are complementary because they cannot be subject when
passive. Meanwhile, our siblings and babies can be subjected to passive sentences.

a. You made kites by dad.

b. The baby is named Winda by Mother.

3. Semitransitive Verbs

Semitransitive verbs are verbs that can be followed by objects and may not be followed by objects. This
is different from ectransitive verbs where the existence of an object must exist.

a. Dad is reading a book

father is reading

b. Dad is watching television

dad is watching

c. Daddy is shooting a bird

dad is shooting
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[4/9, 11:21 AM] +92 304 3835975: What is majas or Figurative language?

majas is a form of language style, in English, majas is also called figurative language.s Majas itself has
many functions or uses, there is a function to give a subtle impression or an exaggerating impression of
something.

As follows 7 examples of types of majas in English 🙂

1.Alliteration

Alliteration is a form of speech in English where it has a function to beautify a sentence in English.
Alliteration is usually in the form of repeated consonant sentences.

Example:

The wild and wolly walrus waits and wonders when we'll walk by.

2.Idiom

Idioms are also part of figurative laguage or majas in English, idioms function to give a figure of speech in
a sentence.

Example:

my mother has golden heart

I sing with the top of my warp

I believe that she has a golden heart

3. Report

that is a form of speech or figurative language used to compare things.

Example:

the road is a sea of fire, it's so hot

I feel in heaven if I live here

4. Onomatopoeia
Is a form of speech in English that mimics the sound of an object.

Example:

The sheep say baa

I heard the queen says buzz

5. Personification

Is a form of majas in English that is used to turn dead objects.

Example:

I hear the sound of the sea

I see the sun smile to me

tree is dancing with the wind

6. Simile

Is a form of speech in English which is used to compare two different things by using the words like and
as.

Example:

your lip is like a red rose

his attitude is as cool as the ice

7. Cliche

Is a form of speech in English that is often spoken.

Example:

No pain, no gain!

Better late than never.

where there is a will there is a way

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[4/9, 2:57 PM] +62 895-1612-9405: ✍Verbs → *Informal & Formal*


say sorry ➖ apologize, apologise

go up ➖ increase

go down ➖ decrease

set up ➖ establish

look at ➖ examine

blow up ➖ explode

find out ➖ discover

bring about ➖ cause

put off ➖ postpone, delay

rack up ➖ accumulate

make up ➖ fabricate

stand for ➖ represent

find out ➖ discover, ascertain

leave out ➖ omit

point out ➖ indicate

go against ➖ oppose

get in touch with ➖ contact

It’s about ➖ It concerns, It’s in regards to

need to ➖ required

think about ➖ consider

get ➖ obtain

put up ➖ tolerate

deal with ➖ handle

seem ➖ appear

show ➖ demonstrate, illustrate, portray


start ➖ commence

keep ➖ retain

free ➖ release

get on someone’s nerves ➖ bother

ring up ➖ call

show up ➖ arrive

let ➖ permit

fill in ➖ substitute, inform

block ➖ undermine

give the go ahead, greenlight ➖ authorize, authorise

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[4/9, 10:19 PM] +92 320 3721240: *Read and Record*

*Why is it important to learn English language?*

Knowing English increases your chances of getting a good job in a multinational company within your
home country or for finding work abroad. It's also the language of international communication, the
media and the internet, so learning English is important for socialising and entertainment as well as
work!

1. English is a global language

2. Studying English can help you get a job

3. Learning English can help you meet new people

4. Many scientific papers are written in English

5. English is the language of the media industry


6. English is the language of the Internet.

7. Travelling is a lot easier with a good knowledge of English

8. English is one of the most important languages for business

9. With English, you can study all over the world

10. English gives you access to multiple cultures

*Learn with us*

[4/9, 10:19 PM] +92 320 3721240: Sharing a beautiful poem dedicated to all TEACHERS 🙏🏻

I AM A_ *TEACHER...*

_I May be a_ *School Teacher,*

_I May be a_ *College Lecturer,*

_I May be a_ *University Professor !*

*Behind That Doctor,*

_It is Me, a Teacher •••_

*Behind That Engineer,*

_It is Me, a Teacher •••_


*Behind That Statistician,*

_It is Me, a Teacher •••_

*Behind That Nuclear Physicist,*

_It is Me, a Teacher•••_

*Behind That Mathematician,*

_It is Me, a Teacher •••_

*Behind That Scientist,*

_It is Me, a Teacher •••_

*Behind That Zoologist,*

_It is Me, a Teacher •••_

*Behind That Entomologist,*

_It is Me, a Teacher •••_

*Behind That Botanist,*

_It is Me, a Teacher •••_

*Behind That Economist,*

_It is Me, a Teacher •••_


*Behind That Entrepreneur,*

_It is Me, a Teacher •••_

*Behind That Lawyer,*

_It is Me, a Teacher •••_

*Behind That Political Scientist,*

_It is Me, a Teacher •••_

*Behind That Psychologist,*

_It is Me, a Teacher •••_

*Behind That Architect,*

_It is Me, a Teacher •••_

*Behind That Astrologer,*

_It is Me, a Teacher •••_

*Behind That Astronomer,*

_It is Me, a Teacher •••_

_*I Carry the Light Even though they mostly make Fun of Me by their Uncharitable Jokes •••*_

_But I am a Teacher •••_


_*I don't Qualify for a Bungalow or a Villa nor Earn enough to buy an Expensive House or a Car like
Corrupt Officers and Corrupt Politicians.*_

_But Yes, I am a Teacher •••_

_*Some Think or even Say that I have too many Holidays. They never know that I Spend those Holidays
either correcting Papers or Planning what and how I am going to Teach when I go back to Blackboard or
Whiteboard ...*_

_Because I am a Teacher •••_

_*Sometimes I get Confused and even get Stressed by the Ever-changing Policies over what and how I
have to Teach ...*_

_Despite All That, I am a Teacher and I Love to Teach and I am Teaching •••_

_*On Pay-days I don't Laugh as Corrupt Officers and Others do, But by the Next day I Love to come with
a Smile to those that I Teach ...*_

_Because I am a Teacher •••_

_*The main Source of My Satisfaction is when I see them Grow. I See them Succeed. I See them having
all those Assets. I See them Bravely Face the World and its Challenges. And I Say yes I have Taught in
Spite of Living in a World Opened by Google...*_

_Because I am a Teacher ••• Yes I am a Teacher •••_

_*It doesn't Matter how they Look at Me, It doesn't Matter how much more they Earn than I Do.*_
_*It Doesn't Matter that they Drive while I Walk because All what they have is through Me, A
Teacher ...*_

_*Whether they Acknowledge Me or Not ... I am a Teacher ....*_

[You may forward. this poem to all; and make each *Teacher, Lecturer or Professor* proud of their
career•]

[4/9, 10:20 PM] +92 320 3721240: *Agency:* " Sir, we found three candidates as per your requirements,
now how do you want their placements sir?"

*M.D:* "Put about 100 bricks in a closed room. Then send the candidates into the room & close the
door, leave them alone & come back after a few hours and analyse the situation:-

*1)* If they are counting the bricks, Put them in Accounts dept.

*2)* If they are re-counting the bricks, Put them in Auditing.

*3)* If they have messed up the whole room with the bricks, Put them in Engineering.

*4)* If they are arranging the bricks in some strange order, Put them in Planning.

*5)* If they are throwing the bricks at each other, Put them in Operations.

*6)* If they are sleeping, Put them in Security.

*7)* If they have broken the bricks into pieces, Put them in Information Technology.
*8)* If they are sitting idle, Put them in Human Resources.

*9)* If they say they have tried different combinations yet not a single brick has been moved, Put them
in Sales.

*10)* If they have already left for the day, Put them in Marketing.

*11)* If they are staring out of the window, Put them in Strategic Planning.

And.......

*12)* If they are talking to each other and not a single brick has been touched, Congratulate them and
put them in Top Management.

*13)* *If they however have no idea of what the bricks are, and they blame you for what they ought to
do, put them in Parliament...*😄😄😄
🤣😄 🤣😄

[4/9, 10:20 PM] +92 320 3721240: *Topic*

💞Holidays/Vacations:💞

1.Where do you usually spend your holidays?

2.Do you go with your family?

3.Where did you go when you were younger?

4.Do you prefer to swim in the sea or in a swimming-pool?


5.What do you think of places like Benidorm?

6.What do you think of spending a holiday in your Grandfather's village?

7.Are there people of your age there?

8. What do you do in the mornings?

9. What about the afternoons?

10.What do you do in the evenings?

11. Do you spend a lot of money during your holidays?

12. How much pocket money do you get on holidays?

13. Do you spend more than at home?

14. How do you feel when your holidays are over?

15. Would you like to spend your holidays cruising in

the Mediterranean?

16.Which do you prefer winter or summer holidays?


17.What do you think about taking all your holidays at

the same time?

18.Do you think it's better to take holidays in parts?

19. What is better to spend holidays with the family or

with friends?

20. Have you ever been camping? if so, where?

[4/9, 10:20 PM] +92 320 3721240: *English idioms*👇

*1. (To keep your fingers crossed)*

to hope that things will happen in the way that you want them to.

*2. (To keep under control)*

manageable; restrained and controlled; not out of control.

*3. (To keep nose clean)*

to keep out of trouble, especially trouble with the law.

*4. (To keep you posted)*

to keep someone informed (of what is happening); to keep someone up to date.

*5. (To Keep your mouth shut )*


Do not tell anyone about someone or something.

*6. (To let bygones be bygones)*

Forgive someone for something he or she did in the past.

*7. (To let someone off the hook)*

freed from an obligation.

*8. (To live beyond one's means)*

to spend more money than one can afford.

*9. (To Make yourself at home)*

Please make yourself comfortable in my home.

*10. (To meet someone halfway)*

to agree to do part of what someone wants if that person will do part of what you want

*English idioms*👇

*1. (named after)*

to give someone (usually a baby) the name of another person

*2. (no big deal)*

something not difficult or troublesome.

*3. (on top of the world)*


feeling wonderful; glorious; ecstatic.

*4. (to bear in mind) or (to keep in mind)*

to remember a piece of information when you are making decisions or thinking about a matter.

*5. (behind someone's back)*

Out of one's presence or without someone's knowledge.

*6. (build castles in the air)*

to daydream; to make plans that can never come true.

*7. (drop someone a line)*

to send a short letter to someone.

*8. (easy come, easy go)*

something that you say in order to describe someone who thinks that everything is easy to achieve,
especially earning money, and who therefore does not worry about anything.

*9. (every now and then)*

Occasionally, from time to time; also, periodically.

*10. (to follow someone's footstep)*

to do something that was done before.

[4/9, 10:20 PM] +92 320 3721240: *People*

a *band* of soldiers

a *circle* of friends
a *crew* of sailors

a *crowd* of people

a *gang* of thieves

a *group* of people

a *horde* of children

a *mass* of people

a *mob* of hooligans

a *panel* of experts

a *party* of visitors

an *army* of soldiers

a *bevy* of beauties

a *band* of musicians

a *band* of robbers

a *board* of directors

a *body* of men

a *bunch* of crooks

a *caravan* of gypsies

a *choir* of singers

a *class* of pupil

a *class* of students

a *company* of actors

a *company* of soldiers

a *congregation* of worshippers

a *crowd* of spectators

a *dynasty* of kings
a *galaxy* of film stars

a *gang* of labourers

a *gang* of prisoners

a *gang* of robbers

a *horde* of savages

a *host* of angels

a *line* of kings/rulers

a *mob* of rioters

a *group* of dancers

a *pack* of rascals

a *pack* of thieves

a *party* of friends

a *patrol* of policemen

a *posse* of policemen

a *regiment* of soldiers

a *staff* of employees

a *staff* of servants

a *staff* of teachers

a *team* of players

a *tribe* of natives

a *troop* of scouts

a *troupe* of artistes

a *troupe* of dancers

a *troupe* of performers
*ANIMALS*

a *colony* of ants

a *drove* of cattle

a *plague* of locusts

a *school* of fish

a *herd* of cattle

a *hive* of bees

an *army* of ants

a bevy of quail

a *brood* of chickens

a *catch* of fish

a *cloud* of flies

a *cloud* of insects

a *cloud* of locusts

a *colony* of gull

a *drove* of horses

a *flight* of birds

a *flight* of doves

a *flight* of locusts

a *flight* of swallows

a *flock* of birds

a *flock* of geese

a *flock* of sheep

a *gaggle* of geese

a *haul* of fish
a *herd* of buffaloes

a *herd* of deer

a *herd* of elephants

a *herd* of goats

a *herd* of swine

a *host* of sparrows

a *kindle* of kittens

a *litter* of cubs

a *litter* of piglets

a *litter* of kittens

a *litter* of puppies

a *menagerie* of wild animals

a *muster* of peacocks

a *nest* of ants

a *nest* of mice

a *nest* of rabbits

a *pack* of hounds

a *pack* of lions

a *pride* of lions

a *school* of herrings

a *school* of porpoises

a *school* of whales

a *shoal* of fish

a *skein* of wild geese in flight

a *string* of horses
a *stud* of horses

a *swarm* of ants

a *swarm* of bees

a *swarm* of insects

a *swarm* of locusts

a *team* of horses

a *team* of oxen

a *train* of camels

a *tribe* of goats

a *troop* of lions

a *troop* of monkeys

a *zoo* of wild animals

*THINGS*

a *bunch* of grapes

a *clump* of trees

a *collection* of coins

a *deck* of cards

a *set* of teeth

a *shelf* of books

an *album* of photographs

an *album* of stamps

an *anthology* of poems

an *archipelago* of islands

a *bale* of cotton
a *basket* of fruit

a *batch* of bread

a *battery* of guns

a *block* of flats

a *book* of exercises

a *book* of notes

a *bouquet* of flowers

a *bowl* of rice

a *bunch* of bananas

a *bunch* of flowers

a *bunch* of grapes

a *bunch* of keys

a *bundle* of rags

a *bundle* of firewood

a *bundle* of hay

a *catalogu*e of goods

a *chain* of mountains

a *chest* of drawers

a *cluster* of coconuts

a *cluster* of grapes

a *cloud* of dust

a *clump* of bushes

a *clump* of trees

a *collection* of coins

a *collection* of curiosities
a *collection* of stamps

a *column* of smoke

a *comb* of bananas

a *compendium* of games

a *constellation* of stars

a *cluster* of diamonds

a *cluster* of stars

a *clutch* of eggs

a *crate* of fruit

a *crop* of apples

a *fall* of rain

a *fall* of snow

a *fleet* of motor-cars

a *fleet* of ships

a *flight* of aeroplanes

a *flight* of steps

a *forest* of trees

a *galaxy* of stars

a *garland* of flowers

a *glossary* of difficult words

a *group* of islands

a *grove* of trees

a *hail* of bullets

a *harvest* of wheat

a *heap* of rubbish
a *heap* of ruins

a *hedge* of bushes

a *heap* of stones

a *layer* of soil

a *library* of books

a *line* of cars

a *list* of names

a *mass* of ruins

a *necklace* of pearls

an *outfit* of clothes

an *orchard* of fruit trees

a *pack* of cards

a *pack* of lies

a *packet* of cigarettes

a *packet* of letters

a *pair* of shoes

a *pencil* of rays

a *quiver* of arrows

a *range* of hills

a *range* of mountains

a *ream* of paper

a *reel* of

[4/9, 10:20 PM] +92 320 3721240: _*GRAMMAR*_

_*The infinitive*_
*What is the infinitive?*

The infinitive of a verb is its basic form with or without the particle to:

Examples:

'do' or 'to do'

'be' or 'to be'

The infinitive without to is called bare infinitive ('do', 'be')

The infinitive with to is called full infinitive ('to do', 'to be')

The bare infinitive

The bare infinitive is used as the main verb after the dummy auxiliary verb do, or most modal auxiliary
verbs (such as will, can, or should..)

Examples:

I do know him

I do like you.

I can do it .

Several common verbs of perception, including see, watch, hear, feel, and sense take a direct object and
a bare infinitive.

Examples:

I saw it happen

I watched it happen

The bare infinitive is also used with several common verbs of permission or causation, including make,
bid, let, and have.
Example:

I made/bade/let/had him do it.

(However, make takes a to-infinitive in the passive voice.

I was made to do it.

The bare infinitive is also used after had better.

Example:

You had better leave now

The verb help is followed by the bare infinitive.

Example:

He helped them do it. ("He helped them to do" is also possible)

With the word why.

Example:

Why say it?

The full infinitive

The full infinitive is used as follows:

The full infinitive can function as a noun phrase. In this case it is used as follows.

as a subject.

Examples:

To err is human, to forgive is divine.

as an object.

Examples:

I intended to marry her.

He wanted to know the whole truth.

It can also be used like an adjective or adverb.


Examples:

This is the game to watch. (to watch functions as an adjective, modifying the noun game)

This is the problem to think about. (to think about functions as an adjective modifying the noun 'the
problem')

He went to his friend's house to study. (to study functions as an adverb answering the question why he
went to his friend's house)

He is ready to go. (to go functions as an adverb, modifying the adjective 'ready'.)

It is used to mean "in order to" to express purpose

Examples:

You need to exercise regularly to lose weight. (...in order to lose weight)

He works hard to earn a lot of money. (...in order to earn a lot of money)

[4/9, 10:20 PM] +92 320 3721240: The longest words in the dictionary are:

*antidisestablishmentarianism* - opposition to the disestablishment of the Church of England - 28


letters

*floccinaucinihilipilification* - the estimation of something as worthless - 29 letters

*pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis* - a supposed lung disease - 45 letters

otorhinolaryngological - 22 letters

*immunoelectrophoretically* - 25 letters

*psychophysicotherapeutics* - 25 letters

*thyroparathyroidectomized* - 25 letters

*pneumoencephalographically* - 26 letters

*radioimmunoelectrophoresis* - 26 letters

*psychoneuroendocrinological* - 27 letters

*hepaticocholangiogastrostomy* - 28 letters

*spectrophotofluorometrically* - 28 letters

*pseudopseudohypoparathyroidism* - 30 letters
[4/9, 10:20 PM] +92 320 3721240: *English Tips*

🌀 💡 *Opposite Words*

all × none, nothing

always × never

ancient × modern

answer × question

apart × together

appear × disappear, vanish

approve × disapprove

arrive × depart

artificial × natural

ascend × descend

attractive × repulsive

awake × asleep

🌅B🌅

backward × forward

bad × good

beautiful × ugly

before × after

begin × end

below × above
bent × straight

best × worst

better × worse, worst

big × little, small

black × white

blame × praise

bless × curse

bitter × sweet

borrow × lend

bottom × top

boy × girl

brave × cowardly

build × destroy

bold × meek, timid

bound × free

bright × dim, dull

brighten × fade

broad × narrow

🌅C🌅

calm × windy, troubled

capable × incapable

careful × careless

cheap × expensive
cheerful × sad, discouraged, dreary

clear × cloudy, opaque

clever × stupid

clockwise × counterclockwise

close × far, distant

closed × open

cold × hot

combine × separate

come × go

comfort × discomfort

common × rare

contract × expand

cool × warm

correct × incorrect, wrong

courage × cowardice

create × destroy

crooked × straight

cruel × kind

compulsory × voluntary

courteous × discourteous, rude

🌅D🌅

dangerous × safe

dark × light
day × night

dead × alive

decline × accept, increase

decrease × increase

deep × shallow

definite × indefinite

demand × supply

despair × hope

disappear × appear

diseased × healthy

down × up

downwards × upwards

dry × moist, wet

dull × bright, shiny

🌅E🌅

early × late

east × west

easy × hard, difficult

empty × full

encourage × discourage

end × begin, start

enter × exit

even × odd
export × import

external × internal

🌅F🌅

fade × brighten

fail × succeed

false × true

famous × unknown

far × near

fast × slow

fat × thin

few × many

find × lose

first × last

foolish × wise

fold × unfold

forget × remember

found × lost

friend × enemy

🌅G🌅

generous × stingy

gentle × rough
get × give

girl × boy

glad × sad, sorry

gloomy × cheerful

good × bad

great × tiny, small, unimportant

guest × host

guilty × innocent

🌅H🌅

happy × sad

hard × easy

hard × soft

harmful × harmless

hate × love

healthy × diseased, ill, sick

heaven × hell

heavy × light

here × there

high × low

hill × valley

horizontal × vertical

hot × cold

humble × proud
🌅I🌅

in × out

include × exclude

inhale × exhale

inner × outer

inside × outside

intelligent × stupid, unintelligent

interior × exterior

🌅J🌅

join × separate

junior × senior

🌅K🌅

knowledge × ignorance

known × unknown

🌅L🌅

landlord × tenant

large × small
last × first

laugh × cry

lawful × illegal

leader × follower

[4/9, 10:20 PM] +92 320 3721240: a/an (det)

ability (n)

able (adj)

• be able to

about (adv & prep)

• about 500 students (adv)

• The film is about a small boy.

(prep)

above (adj, adv & prep)

abroad (adv)

absent (adj)
absolutely (adv)

• The movie was absolutely

awful.

accent(n)

• She has a beautiful French

accent.

accept (v)

access (n)

• disabled access

• internet access

accident (n)

accommodation (n)
accompany (v)

according to (prep phr)

account (n)

accountant (n)

accurate (adj)

ache (n)

achieve (v)

across (adv & prep)

act (n & v)

• in the second act (of the play)

(n)

• to act in a play (v)

• to act strangely (v)


action (n)

active (adj)

activity (n)

actor (n)

actress (n)

actually (adv)

• She seems a bit strict at first,

but she's actually very nice.

• Are you actually going to take

the job?

ad (advertisement) (n)

add (v)
addition (n)

• in addition

address (n)

admire (v)

admission (n)

• charges/cost/price

admit (v)

adult (adj & n)

advance (n)

• book in advance

advanced (adj)

advantage (n)

adventure (n)
advert (n)

advertise (v)

advertisement (n)

advice (n)

advise (v)

aeroplane (n)

afford (v)

afraid (adj)

after (adv,conj & prep)

afternoon (n)

afterwards (adv)

again (adv)
against (prep)

age (n)

aged(adj)

agency (n)

ago (adv)

agree (v)

ahead (adv)

aim (n & v)

air (n)

air conditioning (n)

air force (n)

airline (n)

airport (n)
alarm (n)

alarm clock (n)

album (n)

alike (adv)

alive (adj)

all (adj, adv, det & pron)

all right/alright (adj,adv & exclam)

allow (v)

almost (adv)

alone (adv & adj)

along (adv & prep)

aloud (adv)
alphabet (n)

already (adv)

also (adv)

although (conj)

altogether (adv)

always (adv)

a.m (adv)

amazed (adj)

amazing (adj)

ambition (n)

ambulance (n)

among (amongst) (prep)

amount (n)
amusing (adj)

an (det)

ancient (adj)

️️[4/9, 10:20 PM] +92 320 3721240: ️*Read and Record* ️

🔆 *The Silver Key*

It was a stormy night. A traveller reached an inn. As the hour was very late, he found the door locked
from within. He knocked at the door.

The gate-keeper responded to the knock, saying, "I have lost the key and the door cannot be opened
unless you have a silver key with you."

The traveller understood what he meant by the silver key. He immediately slipped a silver coin through
the hole, and the door opened.

As soon as he got in, he said to the gate keeper, "I have left my box outside, please bring it." As the gate-
keeper went out to bring the box, the traveller closed the door behind him.

The keeper asked him to open the door so that he may come in. Now the traveller replied from within, "I
have lost the key and a silver key is needed to open the door." Soon the coin was pushed again through
the hole and the dishonest man was let in.

Moral:
Dishonesty meets dishonesty.

*_____*

[4/9, 10:20 PM] +92 320 3721240: [4/4, 3:46 PM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: *TAKE UP English*

*📚Reading class*

How to Improve Your English

There are many reasons why people from all over the world might need to improve their English: for
business, for pleasure or because they have gone to live in an English speaking country. It's easy to feel
like your English skills are at a standstill -- and it's all easy to get around that too! With a little diligence,
you can be talking like a near-native in no time.

[4/4, 3:46 PM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: *TO BECOME SUCCESSFUL YOU NEED TO DO THE FOLLOWING:*

● *BELIEVE*

*while others are doubting.*

● *PLAN*

*while others are playing.*

● *STUDY*

*while others are sleeping.*

● *DECIDE*

*while others are delaying.*


● *PREPARE*

*while others are daydreaming.*

● *BEGIN*

*while others are procrastinating.*

● *WORK*

*while others are wishing.*

● *INVEST*

*While others are wasting.*

● *LISTEN*

*while others are talking*

● *SMILE*

*while others are frowning.*

● *COMMEND*

*while others are criticizing.*

● *PERSIST*

*while others are quitting.*


*BEST REGARDS*

*Kashif Hussain*

[4/4, 3:46 PM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: 🔔❌Common mistakes❌🔔

❌ Everybody/Someday/Anybody/Nobody

Have&Do

✅Everybody/Someday/Anybody/Nobody

Has& Does

❌ People is

✅ People are

❌Me and Tom are...

✅Tom and I are...

❌One of my friend

✅One of my friends

❌ Marriage anniversary

✅ Wedding anniversary
❌I didn't knew it.

✅I didn't know it.

❌ Every student like the teacher.

✅ every student likes the teacher.

❌I must to call him immediately.

✅I must call him immediately.

❌she is married with a dentist

✅she is married to a dentist

❌Although it was raining, but we had the picnic.

✅Although it was raining, we had the picnic

━━━━━━━━━━━

✴️#Grammar

✳️#Common_Mistakes

[4/9, 10:20 PM] +92 320 3721240: Read and Record....🎤🎤🎤

An Old Lady in The Cruise:


A man asked why an old lady was all alone on a cruise ship. He noticed that although she was alone, all
the staff, ships officers, Waiters and busboys were very familiar with her. So, he asked the waiter who
the lady was, expecting to be told…she owned the line, but all the Waiter knew was that she was on the
last four cruises, back to back.

As he left the dining room one evening he caught her eye and stopped to say hello. They chatted and he
asked, "I understand you've been on this ship for the last four cruises."

She replied, "Yes, that's true."

He said, "I don't understand" and she replied, without a pause, "It's cheaper than a nursing home. So,
there will be no nursing home in my future. I'm staying on this cruise; the average cost for a nursing
home is $200 per day. Here, I can get a long term discount and senior discount price of $135 per day.
That leaves $65 a day for tips and extra cash. I have it made here. I can have as many as 10 meals a day
of fantastic food or room service which means I can have breakfast in bed every day of the week. I get
free pools, a workout room, free washers and dryers and shows every night. I get free toothpaste,
razors, and free soap and shampoo. They will even treat you like a customer, not a patient. An extra $5
worth of tips will have the entire staff scrambling to help you. I get to meet new people every 7 or 14
days! TV broken? Light bulb need changing? Need to have the matters replaced? No problem! They will
fix everything and apologize for your inconvenience. Clean sheets and towels every day and you don't
even have to ask for them. There is always a doctor on board. This is how I want to live the end of my
life".

[4/9, 10:20 PM] +92 320 3721240: 1) Today was a very ___ day.

coldly

*cold*

colder

2) We'll have to ___ if we want to catch that bus.


running

*run*

ran

3) It's OK to use that phone, it's ___.

me

*mine*

my

4) ___ was that man you were talking to?

Why

*Who*

What

When

5) I forgot my umbrella ___ I got wet.

because

*so*

although

6) The resort opens ___ spring.


*in*

at

on

7) ___ is a global problem.

*Poverty*

Poor

Poorly

8) You speak English very ___.

good

beautiful

*well*

9) When was the last time you ___?

cry

crying

*cried*

10) She ___ made her presentation to the class.


confidence

*confidently*

confident

11) Ask ___ what she thinks.

hers

she

*her*

12) I ___ go to the pub on Friday night.

*often*

am

quick

had

13) We should take a taxi ___ it's more expensive.

and

after

even if

*whereas*

[4/9, 10:20 PM] +92 320 3721240: #SOCIALISM: You have two cows, and you give one to your neighbor.
#COMMUNISM: You have two cows, the government takes both and gives you milk.

#FASCISM: You have two cows, the government takes both and sells you milk.

#NAZISM: You have two cows, the government takes them and kills you.

#CAPITALISM: You have two cows, you sell one and buy a male. You multiply your cows and there is
economic growth. You sell them, you retire and you live on your profits.

#MODERN_CAPITALISM:You have two cows, you sell one and buy a male. You multiply your cows and
you buy those of your neighbors. Then your neighbors become your shepherds, you pay them in monkey
currencies and they die poor.

#AMERICAN_SOCIETY: You have two cows, you sell one and you have to make the other one to produce
milk like 4 cows. By stress of producing beyond her capacity, she dies. You hire a consultant to
understand this death.

#FRENCH_SOCIETY: You have two cows, you go on strike because you want a third cow.

#GERMAN_SOCIETY: You have two cows, you modify them so that they live 100 years, eat once a month
and take care of themselves.

#CHINESE_SOCIETY: You have two cows, you sell milk to your compatriots and you produce plastic milk
to export to the rest of the world. You become rich.

#BLACK_AFRICAN_SOCIETY: You have two cows, you eat them all in one month, and you dream that
donors or the international community give you more cows. When that doesn't happen, you go to a
church and hope for miracle cows. You fast 40 days and 40 nights without eating or drinking so that the
cows will fall from Heaven. At last You die in extreme poverty.
[4/9, 10:20 PM] +92 320 3721240: ❤Why you need Good Manners ❤

Good Manners make Everyday Pleasant– When you are well mannered with everyone in every situation,
it helps you to reduce unnecessary friction with others.

It also helps to cast Impressions– A well mannered person creates a good impression for himself on
others. when people are impressed with your behaviour you are ought to get more respect from others.

Good Manners Attract people– A well mannered person is attractive. You can attract the kind of friends
and relationships you want if you are well behaved and polite. It makes people Comfortable. It make
others Feel Good with you– You can create a more peaceful world where there is more care, respect,
admiration and compassion for others.

Good Manners build Self Esteem– Kids and adults who are well mannered give respect to others which
helps them build self esteem for themselves. People with self esteem are more likely to get what they
want. It can save your life-People who always use good manners are less likely to get into life
threatening situations as they do not disrespect wrong people. It makes you Feel Good and Unique–
Now a days good manners are rare. People who let their good manners show around are noticed and
admired by everyone and get an elevated status. Use of Good Manners does not cost anything.

[4/9, 10:21 PM] +92 320 3721240: *50 Ways to Improve Your English Vocabulary*

*1. Read, read, read—and listen!*

Reading literary works, newspapers and novels will expose you to words you would not encounter in
everyday conversations. In a similar way, listening to news, and even audio books can greatly improve
your vocabulary.

*2. Track your vocabulary learning progress with your phone, or book*

Keeping track of the vocabulary you have learned is an excellent way of ensuring that you are making
progress. This will also keep you motivated to keep learning new words.

*3. Have a word of the day*

There are calendars, apps, and even websites that will give you a new vocabulary word every day to
keep your vocabulary list growing over time.
*4. Have a vocabulary list on the wall (at home or office)*

Keeping a list of vocabulary around you wherever you are will ensure that you remember new words.

*5. Play games!*

Word games can be fun, and at the same time quite educational. So, play puzzles, word jumbles,
Scrabble, and anagrams to learn new words in a fun way.

*6. Have a dictionary and thesaurus around you*

When you can find out the meaning of new words with ease with a dictionary or thesaurus, you can
learn to use the new words you hear or see.

*7. Practice!*

Once you have heard or read a new vocabulary word, do not stop at knowing what it means; try using it
in a sentence, preferably in a conversation.

*8. Start a blog*

Starting a blog has never been easier, and having a reason to write something every day by having a blog
will inevitably result in growth in your vocabulary over time.

*9. Translate words into your own language*

When you try to translate vocabulary words into your own language, they are committed to your mind
much faster. You will learn to use them better as well.

*10. Learn about English (and American) culture*

Taking an interest in the cultures of English-speaking countries, rather than the language alone, can
greatly enhance your interest in the language and help you master English vocabulary faster.
*11. Try vocabulary quizzes*

When you test yourself, you will know whether you are making any progress or not. That is why
vocabulary quizzes can be so helpful when learning English vocabulary.

*12. Use English news broadcasts and other resources to hear new words in context*

When you listen to people who are good in English using the language, you will master how the
vocabulary is used much faster.

*13. Correspond with an English pen friend*

Having an English friend you exchange correspondence with can greatly improve your English skills and
vocabulary based on the language he/she uses.

*14. Write down new words*

Whenever you hear or read new vocabulary, write it down. This makes it easier to remember in the
future. This is also a great way to improve your English vocabulary.

*15. Use pictures*

Pictures can greatly enhance how fast you learn and memorize new words. So, try to learn vocabulary
words and images associated with them.

*16. Learn with other people*

There are other people who are interested in learning new English vocabulary like you. You can join
them and learn these words faster, and expose yourself to vocabulary you would not have found on
your own.

*17. Don’t be scared*

Big words can be scary, but you should be excited to learn them and make an effort to use them if you
are to broaden your English proficiency.
*18. Associate a new word you learn with people and events*

This technique will ensure that you remember the word and how to use it better in related contexts.

*19. Use the new words in other sentences*

When you learn a bunch of new words, try making sentences with them so that they stick. This will also
improve your confidence when you are using them in the future.

*20. Learn the roots of words*

Many English words have Latin, Greek, or Germanic origins, and learning how they were created can
greatly enhance how well you understand and use them in the future.

*21. Study word formation charts*

Using a word formation chart is a great way to keep the motivation to learn new words going.

*22. Repeat the word at least 7 times to remember it*

Repetition commits things to long-term memory. So to avoid forgetting the new vocabulary you have
just learned, make sure that you repeat words at least 7 times for greater memorability.

*23. Create vocabulary themes*

Try coming up with vocabulary around a certain theme. This will increase the memorability of such
words considerably.

*24. Know the parts of words*

Understanding the different parts of a word can help you figure out vocabulary words and their
meanings more intuitively, which will improve how well you understand and use them in conversations.

*25. Learn new vocabulary through English stories, songs, and films*
This is an interesting way to improve your English vocabulary. By taking an interest in English songs,
films, and stories, you can learn a lot of new vocabulary in a fun and engaging way.

*26. Create antonym and synonym word lists*

When you come across a word that you would like to learn more about, make a list of synonyms and
antonyms for it. This will lead you to discover new vocabulary and ensure that you learn the new
vocabulary better.

*27. Learn prefixes and suffixes*

Prefixes come before words, and suffixes after the words. A lot of words are created by adding these
word parts. So learning more about them can go a long way in making the process of learning
vocabulary easier.

*28. Use flash cards*

Flash cards can be great at helping you learn new words, as they are fun to use.

*29. Give yourself weekly words to use*

Every week, have a list of new vocabulary words you intend to use. This will conveniently grow your
vocabulary over time.

*30. Use dictionary websites*

Dictionary websites are great in that in addition to telling you the meaning of words, you will often find
many examples on how the words are used so that you can master their context much better.

*31. Write an explanation of the word in English*

Without knowing its meaning, you cannot use the new word properly. So, ensure that you write down
the meaning of each word you learn so that you can actually use it properly when the occasion arises.

*32. When watching English videos, turn on subtitles*


When you watch a video with subtitles, you will focus more on the language being used, which will make
you learn the new words and their context better.

*33. Enjoy yourself with the words you learn*

Don’t let learning new words become a chore. Try to make the process fun in your own ways for better
results.

*34. Learn the vocabulary you need to study*

Sometimes you need to study a particular subject. You can always begin by learning the vocabulary
related to that subject as a way to boost your vocabulary.

*35. Use visual dictionaries*

When language is mixed with graphics, learning is enhanced. Therefore, find visual English language
dictionaries to learn words faster.

*36. Make your own vocabulary tests*

Sometimes the best way to know where your vocabulary needs improvement is to create tests for
yourself. For instance, you can try to find how extensive your business vocabulary is, and fix any issues
that come up.

*37. Find a writing partner*

Having someone you write with can make you more motivated to improve your vocabulary as you see
how well or easily the other person uses words that might be a challenge for you.

*38. Learn collocations*

Knowing how words should be used with other words or phrases can greatly enhance your vocabulary.
So, use collocations to enhance your vocabulary learning.

*39. Use word clouds*


Word clouds make learning new vocabulary fun by adding an artistic side to it. So, learn to use word
clouds to enhance your learning of new words.

*40. Be creative and imaginative when learning vocabulary*

Learning a new word can seem tedious when your focus is simply saying it enough times to remember it.

So, try to be creative and employ imaginative ways of making the process of learning such words faster
and exciting

*41. Avoid making random word lists*

Random word lists will not make mastering new vocabulary much easier. That is why it helps to learn
vocabulary around one certain subject matter at a time.

*42. Use the vocabulary you learn in your own way*

Everyone uses certain words in a certain way. So, to improve your English vocabulary, you should try to
use these words in your own way to master them faster.

*43. Assign different colors to different words*

Try to associate words with colors. This improves your ability to remember them in the future as it
makes learning them more engaging.

*44. Learn groups of words*

Sometimes learning a bunch of new words together can make them easier to remember, especially
when you can use a couple of them in a single sentence.

*45. Describe the world around you*

You can master the vocabulary and learn more of it by trying to describe the world around you. So, try
to do this once in a while, and as your vocabulary grows, you will find your descriptions growing more
succinct.
*46. Read more attentively*

When reading, pay closer attention to the words to ensure you learn new vocabulary. So, don’t let the
hard words pass you by; instead, take time to learn what they mean.

*47. Listen to English music and follow the lyrics*

Songs can teach you a lot about a language. So, you can always listen to great English music and follow
the lyrics to learn a few more words in an exciting way. Videos with the lyrics on the screen are
especially helpful.

*48. Create special vocabulary lists*

Trying to form vocabulary lists can show you how far you have come, and how much further you can go
in your pursuit of a broader vocabulary.

*49. Apply the new words you have learned in daily conversations*

After learning a new word and what it means, put the new knowledge to use by using the word in
regular conversations. This will make you understand its context better.

*50. Set a goal of finding and remembering new words every day*

Every day should be an opportunity to learn new words. So, try to have a list of words you intend to
learn every day.

🌹🌹🌹Join My English Teacher Group🌹🌹🌹

[4/9, 10:21 PM] +92 320 3721240: *AVOID MISTAKES WITH FUTURE TENSES.*

The phone's ringing. OK, I'm going to answer it. ❌

The phone's ringing. Ok – I'll answer it.✅

I'm sure he is going to help you. ❌

I'm sure he will help you. ✅


I won't probably be there. ❌

I probably won't be there. ✅

I'll probably be there. ✅

⚠️The adverbs definitely and probably come before won't, but after will.

I promise I'm going to help. ❌

I promise I'll help.✅

⚠️After promise we usually use will, not the 'going to' future.

I'll call you when I'll get to my office. ❌

I'll call you when I get to my office ✅

If you will give me your address, I'll send you a postcard. ❌

If you give me your address, I'll send you a postcard. ✅

I can't see you next week – I will return to Paris. ❌

I can't see you next week – I am returning to Paris ✅

He will meets me tomorrow ❌

He will meet me tomorrow ✅

I will call you when the dinner will be ready. ❌

I will call you when the dinner is ready. ✅

[4/9, 10:21 PM] +92 320 3721240: *making questions*

*WHO*. Person.
Who's that man?

That's Later

*WHERE*. place

Where do you live?

I live in London

*WHEN*. time

When did hi arrive?

In the afternoon

*WHY*. reason

Why did you live?

Because I was tired

*HOW*. Manner

How did you go?

By car

*WHAT*. action/object/idea

What are you doing?

I'm working

*WHICH*. Choice

Which car is better?


The red one

*WHOSE*. Possession

Whose book is this?

It's mine

*WHAT TIME*. time

What time is it?

It's 3 o'clock

*WHAT KIND* description

What kind of music do you like?

Trash metal

*HOW MANY* quantity countable

How many beds are there?

Three

*HOW MUCH* quantity uncountable

How much tea are there?

A lot

*HOW LONG* duration/length

How long did you stay?

Two weeks
*HOW OFTEN* frequency

How often do you go?

Every day

*HOW FAR* distance

How far is the town?

One mile away

*HOW OLD* she

How old are you?

I'm 17

*Vocabulary Note*

Words related to travel and touring.

*Excursion* = a journey taken for pleasure

*Navigation* = all about finding out how to get somewhere. 

*Sightseeing* = all about figuring out how to get somewhere. 


*Tour* = a route taken for sightseeing or holiday.

*Trek* = a long and difficult journey.

*Commutation* = travel of a commuter.

*Expedition* = organized journey taken for a purpose.

*Junket* = pleasure trip

*Peregrination* = A long journey

*Ramble* = to roam and wander aimlessly.

*Seafaring* = activity of traveling or working on the ocean.

*Voyage* = long journey or a trip.

*Wanderlust* = A strong desire to travel.

*Wayfaring* = traveling on foot.

*Globetrotter* = someone who travels a lot around the world.

*______________________*
[4/9, 10:21 PM] +92 320 3721240: 📕 Ways to Say *I MISS YOU* in English

1. I hope I see you again

2. I long for you

3. I yearn for you

4. I miss your smile

5. You crossed my mind

6. I’ve been thinking of you

7. I feel sad without you

8. I wish you were here

9. I miss your laugh

10. I need to see you

11. I miss seeing your face

12. All I do is think of you

13. Can’t breathe without you

14. You’ve been on my mind

15. I miss you so much

16. I miss you so much it hurts

17. I hope I see you again soon

18. I can’t wait to see you again

19. I can’t stop thinking about you

20. Your picture makes me smile

21. I think about you all the time

22. I think of you night and day

23. I want you here with me now


24. My life has a void when you are not with me

25. I can’t wait to be with you again

26. I’m counting the days until I see you again

27. When can I see you again?

28. When will I see you again?

29. I’m counting down the days

30. I’m incomplete without you

31. I’m so unhappy without you

32. I would like to be with you again

33. My life is meaningless without you

34. You occupy my thoughts

35. I look forward to seeing you again

36. I can’t wait to see your beautiful face

37. I can’t work because all I do is think of you

38. Your presence makes me a happy person.

➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ ➖➖➖


*23 March 2020 / Daily English*

[4/9, 10:21 PM] +92 320 3721240: [4/4, 11:41 AM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: *English Tips*

🌀 *💡What are the essential English phrases for conversations? Here are some "survival phrases" that
will help you if you visit an English-speaking country.*

✏️1. *Basic information*

*What's your name?*


I'm …

*My first name / my second name (surname) is …*

*I'm married / single / divorced / engaged / separated*

*I have a brother / a sister /a son / a daughter / a child / two children / a partner*

*I was born in 1970.*

*Where are you from?*

I'm from ….

I come from ….

*Where do you live?*

I live in a city / small town / village near…

I live in a big / small house / flat with a garden.

✏️2. *Greetings and introductions*

*Hi! / Hello*

Good morning / afternoon / evening / night

*How are you?"*

Fine thanks. And you?

I'm …

This is…
Pleased to meet you!

Pleased / Nice to meet you too!

✏️3. *Jobs and routines*

*What do you do?*

I'm a / an…

I work as a / an …

I work in the … department of a small / big company.

I work in a team / on my own in an office.

I work full-time / part-time.

I'm responsible for …

I'm a student at school / university. I study …

[4/4, 11:41 AM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: ❇ *Prepositions*

◼️*By*

▪️Used to show something near you:

- Can I sit *by* you?

- He was standing *by* me.

- The post office is *by* the bank.

▪️Used to indicate the person that does something in a *passive voice* sentence:

- The microwave was fixed *by* the mechanic.


- The flowers were delivered *by* a postman.

- The branch office was closed *by* the head office.

▪️Used to indicate an action with a particular purpose:

- You can pass the exam *by* preparing for it.

- I expressed my feeling toward her *by* writing a letter.

- She finally broke the record *by* pure effort.

▪️Used to indicate a mean or method:

- Please send this package to Russia *by* airmail.

- I came here *by* subway.

[4/4, 11:41 AM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: ❇ *Prepositions*

◼️*By*

▪️Used to show something near you:

- Can I sit *by* you?

- He was standing *by* me.

- The post office is *by* the bank.

▪️Used to indicate the person that does something in a *passive voice* sentence:
- The microwave was fixed *by* the mechanic.

- The flowers were delivered *by* a postman.

- The branch office was closed *by* the head office.

▪️Used to indicate an action with a particular purpose:

- You can pass the exam *by* preparing for it.

- I expressed my feeling toward her *by* writing a letter.

- She finally broke the record *by* pure effort.

▪️Used to indicate a mean or method:

- Please send this package to Russia *by* airmail.

- I came here *by* subway.

[4/9, 10:21 PM] +92 320 3721240: 1) Today was a very ___ day.

coldly

cold

colder

2) We'll have to ___ if we want to catch that bus.

running

run

ran
3) It's OK to use that phone, it's ___.

me

mine

my

4) ___ was that man you were talking to?

Why

Who

What

When

5) I forgot my umbrella ___ I got wet.

because

so

although

6) The resort opens ___ spring.

in

at
on

7) ___ is a global problem.

Poverty

Poor

Poorly

8) You speak English very ___.

good

beautiful

well

9) When was the last time you ___?

cry

crying

cried

10) She ___ made her presentation to the class.

confidence

confidently

confident
11) Ask ___ what she thinks.

hers

she

her

12) I ___ go to the pub on Friday night.

often

am

quick

had

13) We should take a taxi ___ it's more expensive.

and

after

even if

whereas

[4/9, 10:21 PM] +92 320 3721240: Would you like some drink? ❎

Would you like a drink? ✅

Would you like something to drink? ✅

The problem with "some drink" is that drink is a countable noun, so it should have an S (some drinks).
You can say "some drinks" but only if you are talking to more than one person, because that means
more than one drink.

[4/9, 10:21 PM] +92 320 3721240: 🔔❌Common mistakes❌🔔

❌ Everybody/Someday/Anybody/Nobody

Have&Do

✅Everybody/Someday/Anybody/Nobody

Has& Does

❌ People is

✅ People are

❌Me and Tom are...

✅Tom and I are...

❌One of my friend

✅One of my friends

❌ Marriage anniversary

✅ Wedding anniversary
❌I didn't knew it.

✅I didn't know it.

❌ Every student like the teacher.

✅ every student likes the teacher.

❌I must to call him immediately.

✅I must call him immediately.

❌she is married with a dentist

✅she is married to a dentist

❌Although it was raining, but we had the picnic.

✅Although it was raining, we had the picnic

━━━━━━━━━━━

✴️#Grammar

✳️#Common_Mistakes

[4/9, 10:21 PM] +92 320 3721240: *🌴🏕 Motivational Story 🏕🌴*
*🌀 Live and Work*

Father was a hardworking man who delivered bread as a living to support his wife and three children. He
spent all his evenings after work attending classes, hoping to improve himself so that he could one day
find a better paying job. Except for Sundays, Father hardly ate a meal together with his family. He
worked and studied very hard because he wanted to provide his family with the best money could buy.

Whenever the family complained that he was not spending enough time with them, he reasoned that he
was doing all this for them. But he often yearned to spend more time with his family.

The day came when the examination results were announced. To his joy, Father passed, and with
distinctions too! Soon after, he was offered a good job as a senior supervisor which paid handsomely.

Like a dream come true, Father could now afford to provide his family with life’s little luxuries like nice
clothing, fine food and vacation abroad.

However, the family still did not get to see father for most of the week. He continued to work very hard,
hoping to be promoted to the position of manager. In fact, to make himself a worthily candidate for the
promotion, he enrolled for another course in the open university.

Again, whenever the family complained that he was not spending enough time with them, he reasoned
that he was doing all this for them. But he often yearned to spend more time with his family.

Father’s hard work paid off and he was promoted. Jubilantly, he decided to hire a maid to relieve his
wife from her domestic tasks. He also felt that their three-room flat was no longer big enough, it would
be nice for his family to be able to enjoy the facilities and comfort of a condominium. Having
experienced the rewards of his hard work many times before, Father resolved to further his studies and
work at being promoted again. The family still did not get to see much of him. In fact, sometimes Father
had to work on Sundays entertaining clients. Again, whenever the family complained that he was not
spending enough time with them, he reasoned that he was doing all this for them. But he often yearned
to spend more time with his family.
As expected, Father’s hard work paid off again and he bought a beautiful condominium overlooking the
coast of Singapore. On the first Sunday evening at their new home, Father declared to his family that he
decided not to take anymore courses or pursue any more promotions. From then on he was going to
devote more time to his family.

Father did not wake up the next day.

💜➖➖➖➖➖➖➖*🌴🏕 Motivational Story 🏕🌴*

*🌀 Live and Work*

Father was a hardworking man who delivered bread as a living to support his wife and three children. He
spent all his evenings after work attending classes, hoping to improve himself so that he could one day
find a better paying job. Except for Sundays, Father hardly ate a meal together with his family. He
worked and studied very hard because he wanted to provide his family with the best money could buy.

Whenever the family complained that he was not spending enough time with them, he reasoned that he
was doing all this for them. But he often yearned to spend more time with his family.

The day came when the examination results were announced. To his joy, Father passed, and with
distinctions too! Soon after, he was offered a good job as a senior supervisor which paid handsomely.

Like a dream come true, Father could now afford to provide his family with life’s little luxuries like nice
clothing, fine food and vacation abroad.

However, the family still did not get to see father for most of the week. He continued to work very hard,
hoping to be promoted to the position of manager. In fact, to make himself a worthily candidate for the
promotion, he enrolled for another course in the open university.
Again, whenever the family complained that he was not spending enough time with them, he reasoned
that he was doing all this for them. But he often yearned to spend more time with his family.

Father’s hard work paid off and he was promoted. Jubilantly, he decided to hire a maid to relieve his
wife from her domestic tasks. He also felt that their three-room flat was no longer big enough, it would
be nice for his family to be able to enjoy the facilities and comfort of a condominium. Having
experienced the rewards of his hard work many times before, Father resolved to further his studies and
work at being promoted again. The family still did not get to see much of him. In fact, sometimes Father
had to work on Sundays entertaining clients. Again, whenever the family complained that he was not
spending enough time with them, he reasoned that he was doing all this for them. But he often yearned
to spend more time with his family.

As expected, Father’s hard work paid off again and he bought a beautiful condominium overlooking the
coast of Singapore. On the first Sunday evening at their new home, Father declared to his family that he
decided not to take anymore courses or pursue any more promotions. From then on he was going to
devote more time to his family.

Father did not wake up the next day.

💜➖➖➖➖➖➖➖

*Kashif Hussain*

[4/9, 10:22 PM] +92 320 3721240: 🔆 *Vocabulary Note*

◼️_Words for today_

*Flummox* : Does the word flummox bewilder, confound, dumbfound and generally mystify you? Well,
fear no more, because flummox means all of these things!

*panache* : To have panache is to have a stylish flair. You might wear your giant polka-dotted scarf with
great panache.
*stubborn* : Use the adjective stubborn to describe someone who is not open to new ideas or ways of
doing things, like your uncle who refuses to listen to any music made after 1990. Stubborn is the
opposite of flexible.

*slick* : Slick means smooth or slippery, but it can also describe a smooth, effortless style. How did that
Girl Scout talk you into buying so many boxes of cookies? It must have been her slick sales pitch.

*mirth* : Mirth is a formal or literary term meaning fun and enjoyment as shown by laughter. If you and
your friends stayed up all night at a sleepover laughing, you might refer to that as a night of mirth.

*snare* : A snare is a trap, usually for small animals, and using a noose. Snare can also mean to trap in
general or any type of trap, like the snare of a TV cliffhanger that traps you into watching again.

*smirk* : A smirk is specific kind of smile, one that suggests self-satisfaction, smugness, or even pleasure
at someone else's unhappiness or misfortune.

*sneer* : If your smile is contorted with contempt or your upper lip curled with distaste and disdain,
you're probably sneering. And you should stop, because it isn't nice.

*unravel* : However tempting, don't pull that straggly thread hanging from your sleeve. You'll just
unravel, or totally undo, your hand-knitted sweater.

*nuzzle* : To nuzzle is to affectionately rub your nose and face against someone (or something). It's hard
to get out of bed in the morning when your cat lies down on your chest and nuzzles you.

*hallucination* : If you see your teacher morph into a dancing elephant, chances are you’re having a
hallucination, or an illusory perception. In other words, it sounds like you are seeing things!

*_____*
[4/9, 10:22 PM] +92 320 3721240: [4/5, 10:15 AM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: 🔴🔵🟢🟡🟠

Dear English speakers and learners,

Kindly have a look at this:

❌I don't know what DO you want.

✔I don't know what you want.

❌I'M here for an hour.

✔I'VE BEEN here for an hour.

❌How long DO you TEACH/SPEAK English?

✔How long HAVE you BEEN TEACHING/SPEAKING English?

❌I TEACH/SPEAK English for five years.

✔I'VE BEEN TEACHING/SPEAKING English for five years.

❌I'VE BEEN to Uige last year.

✔I WENT to Uige last year.

❌When I WILL arrive home, I'll call you.

✔When I ARRIVE home, I'll call you. Or I'll call you when I arrive home.

❌If I WILL have money, I'll buy it.

✔If I HAVE money, I'll buy it. Or I'll buy it if I have money.
❌People live longer IN OUR DAYS.

✔People live longer NOWADAYS.

❌IN OUR DAYS, computer skills are essential.

✔NOWADAYS, computer skills are essential.

❌IN OUR DAYS, people almost say whatever they want to.

✔NOWADAYS, people almost say whatever they want to.

❌I PRETEND to speak English fluently.

✔I INTEND to speak English fluently.

❌I like watching films without LEGEND.

✔I like watching films without SUBTITLES.

❌I hate watching Brazilian NOVELS.

✔I hate watching Brazilian SOAP OPERAS.

❌Loads of people are actually worried about Covid-19.

✔Loads of people are currently worried about Covid-19.

❌You speak a very good English.

✔You speak very good English.

❌I'm thankful for your help.


✔I'm grateful for your help.

❌Although it was late, but he went out.

✔Although it was late, he went out.

❌You must stop to think in Portuguese.

✔You must stop thinking in Portuguese.

❌This is the first time I'm here.

✔This is the first time I've been here.

❌Most of people want to speak American English.

✔Most people want to speak American English.

🟠🟡🟢🔵🔴

[4/5, 10:15 AM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: *King Arthur*

When you imagine knights in shining armor, immediately, one name springs to mind—King Arthur. He
was known for his code of honor and

his bravery. He and his knights defended folks everywhere across his great kingdom.

People have been telling stories about King

Arthur for hundreds of years. Even today, these


tales are alive in people’s minds. Those who love these tales know precisely or exactly every detail of
Arthur’s story.

They can tell about the Round Table where Arthur and his

knights met as equals. In their minds, they can picture clearly the

towers of the castle at Camelot and the banners flying outside in

the wind. Their vision is so clear that they can practically hear the

sound of the knights on their horses rapidly charging. Of course,

they know too of the tragic love of Sir Lancelot for the beautiful

Lady Guinevere.

Many people can also recite the story of the sword and the

stone that follows.

Before Arthur, there was another king. He died

and left his kingdom mostly in confusion. The lords and knights quarreled frequently.

These arguments were largely about who

should be king. What could be done to stop the fighting?

The answer was this. A test was set up. Earlier, a sword had

been planted firmly in a stone. It was widely known that whoever


could pull the sword from the stone should be the next king.

Naturally, all the knights in the kingdom wanted to try. The

mightiest knights tried, but all failed. Then along came a young

boy named Arthur. He pulled the sword from the stone without any

effort at all. Arthur became king and ruled gloriously. He won

many battles against his enemies. But alas, eventually, as all things

do, his life came to an end. He was killed inbbattle by an evil foe

named Mordred. With this event, the glory of Arthur’s kingdom

passed from the world.

️[4/5, 10:15 AM] Ahmad ️❤️😘😘️:️ ️*Read and Record* 🎙️

🔆 *The Silver Key*

It was a stormy night. A traveller reached an inn. As the hour was very late, he found the door locked
from within. He knocked at the door.

The gate-keeper responded to the knock, saying, "I have lost the key and the door cannot be opened
unless you have a silver key with you."

The traveller understood what he meant by the silver key. He immediately slipped a silver coin through
the hole, and the door opened.
As soon as he got in, he said to the gate keeper, "I have left my box outside, please bring it." As the gate-
keeper went out to bring the box, the traveller closed the door behind him.

The keeper asked him to open the door so that he may come in. Now the traveller replied from within, "I
have lost the key and a silver key is needed to open the door." Soon the coin was pushed again through
the hole and the dishonest man was let in.

Moral:

Dishonesty meets dishonesty.

*_____*

[4/5, 10:15 AM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: To your first question

If we keep the body then more number of organism get killed so it's better to kill less number of
organism

Maybe you haven't read carefully I said less number of organism get killed

2) those who are ( Katter Jain) brings channa everywhere (but I am not that type)

Yes while walking many organisms killed that's why there are human

I never claimed I don't kill any living body but we try to kill less number as possible

[4/5, 10:15 AM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: *Record n Read*

🎙🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧
🎙🇬 🇧 🎙🇬 🇧
People say first impredssions count. What do you think? Can you understand a lot about someone from
the very first time you see them or meet them? I think I’m good at judging someone’s character from
the first time I set eyes on them. It’s easy to understand if the person is my kind of person.

First impressions count most when you meet someone important. If you have a job interview, it’s very
important to give a good first impression. The interviewer can decide if they like you as soon as you walk
through the door.

Are you well-dressed? Do you look happy? Do you greet the interviewer? All these things are important.
I also think first impressions count when you meet your future in-laws.

🔊🇬🇧🎙🔊🇬🇧🎙🔊🇬🇧

[4/9, 10:22 PM] +92 320 3721240: *🎁.. YOU CAN STILL ACHIEVE IT IF ONLY YOU BELIEVE.!!*

*💌1.* Your limitation—it’s only your imagination.

*💌2.* Push yourself, because no one else is going to do it for you.

*💌3.* Sometimes later becomes never. Do it now.

*💌4.* Great things never come from comfort zones.

*💌5.* Dream it. Wish it. Do it.

*💌6.* Success doesn’t just find you. You have to go out and get it.

*💌7.* The harder you work for something, the greater you’ll feel when you achieve it.

*💌8.* Dream bigger. Do bigger.

*💌9.* Don’t stop when you’re tired. Stop when you’re done.

*💌10.* Wake up with determination. Go to bed with satisfaction.

*💌11.* Do something today that your future self will thank you for.

*💌12.* Little things make big days.

*💌13.* It’s going to be hard, but hard does not mean impossible.

*💌14.* Don’t wait for opportunity. Create it.


*💌15.* Sometimes we’re tested not to show our weaknesses, but to discover our strengths.

*💌16.* The key to success is to focus on goals, not obstacles.

*💌17.* Dream it. Believe it. Build it.

_*Be Positive, Enjoy Your Life 💖*_

🌱🦋🌱

[4/9, 10:22 PM] +92 320 3721240: 🔆 *Vocabulary Note*

◼️*Words for today:*

*Shanty* : A shanty is a small, rough shelter or dwelling. Modern shanties are commonly found in
shantytowns, informal neighborhoods made up of crude, homemade shelters.

*bittersweet* : The adjective bittersweet describes a taste that is a blend of bitter and sweet.
Bittersweet chocolate, for example, contains more chocolate and less sugar than milk chocolate or even
semisweet chocolate.

*riddle* : What's a question or problem that requires a bit of thought before you answer? It's a riddle, of
course. The verb riddle can mean to speak in a puzzling fashion, though that use is not very common.

*churn* : A churn is a container that you fill with cream and then agitate until the cream becomes
butter. You may have only bought butter at the store, but your ancestors probably used a traditional
plunger-type churn to make their own.

*bearing* : When you walk into a room with your shoulders straight and your head up, people might say
you have a noble bearing. Bearing is the way you hold your body, and it often means you hold it well.

*convey* : When you convey something, you carry or deliver it. Little Red Riding Hood conveyed a
basket of muffins to her grandmother. Your sad smile might convey more about your feelings than
words ever could.
*frumpy* : To be frumpy is to be out of date style-wise. If you want to get on your mom's bad side, tell
her she looks frumpy.

*muster* : Originally meaning "to gather soldiers," muster has been expanded to include gathering up
just about anything — you can muster up some dinner, some friends, or even some ketchup, pickles and
mustard.

*flashy* : To be flashy is to be showy in a tasteless way. Just like a flash of light is hard to ignore, flashy
behavior draws attention.

*skewed* : Something skewed is slanted or off-center in some way. A picture frame or viewpoint can be
skewed.

*______*

[4/10, 12:51 PM] +92 304 3835975: Uses of *take up.*

DEFINITIONS (according to MacMillan dictionary)

1. start doing something new

2. use space/time

3. accept an offer etc

4. make something shorter

5. continue dealing with

something

1. I am going to *take up* French classes Tuesday night;


2.The sofa *takes up* a lot of space in the living room._ (use of space); The meeting *took up* the
entire morning._ (use of time);

3. I'll *take* you *up* on your offer to help me tomorrow;

4. We had to *take up* the curtains so they wouldn't drag along the ground.(this one is used for
clothing, curtains, bedding, etc);

5. Let's *take up* where we left off. (For this, we can also say *pick up*)

Another use:

6. I would like to *take* this *up* with the manager.(to address an issue)

[4/10, 7:33 PM] +92 304 3835975: *_idioms_*

💯Feeding Frenzy:

🗨An aggressive attack on someone by a group.

💯Field Day:

🗨An enjoyable day or circumstance.

💯Finding Your Feet:

🗨To become more comfortable in whatever you are doing.

💯Finger lickin' good:


🗨A very tasty food or meal.

💯Fixed In Your Ways:

🗨Not willing or wanting to change from your normal way of doing something.

💯Flash In The Pan:

🗨Something that shows potential or looks promising in the beginning but fails to deliver anything in the
end.

💯Flea Market:

🗨A swap meet. A place where people gather to buy and sell inexpensive goods.

💯Flesh and Blood:

🗨This idiom can mean living material of which people are made of, or it can refer to someone's family.

💯Flip The Bird:

🗨To raise your middle finger at someone.

💯Foam at the Mouth:

🗨To be enraged and show it.

💯Fools' Gold:

🗨Iron pyrites, a worthless rock that resembles real gold.

💯French Kiss:

🗨An open mouth kiss where tongues touch.


💯From Rags To Riches:

🗨To go from being very poor to being very wealthy.

💯Fuddy-duddy:

🗨An old-fashioned and foolish type of person.

💯Full Monty:

🗨This idiom can mean either, "the whole thing" or "completely nude".

💯Funny Farm:

🗨A mental institutional facility.

❤️❤ ️
🥀🌸🌺🥀🥀🌸🌺❤ ️🥀🌸🌺

Admin : Mom Say No Love 😋

[4/10, 8:37 PM] +62 895-1612-9405: *Question tag* = Auxiliary + Subject

A POSITIVE STATEMENT, A NEGATIVE QUESTION TAG?

A POSITIVE STATEMENT

A NEGATIVE QUESTION TAG

You are (a doctor)

aren’t you?

She is (a doctor)

isn’t she?
They were (doctors)

weren’t they?

She was (a doctor)

wasn’t she?

You run (very fast)

don’t you?

He runs (very fast)

doesn’t he?

They ran (very fast)

didn’t they?

You have (finished the homework)

haven’t you?

She has (finished the homework)

hasn’t she?

They had (finished the homework)

hadn’t they?

He can (swim well)

can’t he?

She could (swim well)

couldn’t she?

They will (come early)

won’t they?

They would (come early)

wouldn’t they?

They must (come early)


mustn’t they?

They should (come early)

shouldn’t they?

He’s 6 years old, isn’t he?

You’re reading, aren’t you?

They’ve just had breakfast, haven’t they?

[4/10, 8:37 PM] +62 895-1612-9405: *This, that, these, those as pronouns*

We use “this” (singular) and “these” (plural) to talk about something near us.

This is my favorite T-shirt.

These are my favorite T-shirts.

This is a cat.

These are my cats.

We use “that” (singular) and “those” (plural) to talk about something far from us.

That is my phone.

Those are my phones.

That is my brother.

Those are my brothers.

This, that, these, those as determiners

A determiner is a word (such as the, some, my, this, that, these, those, etc.) that comes before a noun.

We use “this” and “that” with singular and uncountable nouns.

Please give this pencil to John.

This music makes me happy.


I’ll buy that book.

That beef is so raw.

We use “these” and “those” with plural nouns.

These performances are amazing.

Have a look at these sentences.

I love those beautiful memories.

Don’t touch those plants. They’re dangerous.

|Prayers|

[4/10, 8:37 PM] +62 895-1612-9405: 🔰STORY OF THE DAY🔰

🔰The Golden Bird🔰

A certain king had a beautiful garden, and in the garden stood a tree which bore golden apples. These
apples were always counted, and about the time when they began to grow ripe it was found that every
night one of them was gone. The king became very angry at this, and ordered the gardener to keep
watch all night under the tree. The gardener set his eldest son to watch; but about twelve o’clock he fell
asleep, and in the morning another of the apples was missing. Then the second son was ordered to
watch; and at midnight he too fell asleep, and in the morning another apple was gone. Then the third
son offered to keep watch; but the gardener at first would not let him, for fear some harm should come
to him: however, at last he consented, and the young man laid himself under the tree to watch. As the
clock struck twelve he heard a rustling noise in the air, and a bird came flying that was of pure gold; and
as it was snapping at one of the apples with its beak, the gardener’s son jumped up and shot an arrow at
it. But the arrow did the bird no harm; only it dropped a golden feather from its tail, and then flew away.
The golden feather was brought to the king in the morning, and all the council was called together.
Everyone agreed that it was worth more than all the wealth of the kingdom: but the king said, ‘One
feather is of no use to me, I must have the whole bird.’

Then the gardener’s eldest son set out and thought to find the golden

[4/10, 8:37 PM] +62 895-1612-9405: Advantages

The Semantic Feature Analysis helps to develop the learner’s ability of comprehension and vocabulary
skills.
Such an analysis creates ample scope for the learners to examine the related features to distinguish one
word from another.

Semantic Feature Analysis helps the learner to understand the conceptual meaning (also known as
denotative meaning) of words, which is the meaning given in the dictionary and forms the core of word-
meaning.

Semantic Feature Analysis increases the learner’s ability to choose the right word in right place.

The Semantic Feature Analysis provides opportunity for the teacher to know the learners’ knowledge
about the topic of discussion; therefore, it allows the teacher to mould his instruction accordingly.

Disadvantages

Semantic Feature Analysis is incapable of explaining the connotative or figurative meaning of words.

Although Semantic Feature Analysis is capable of describing of words that share certain fairly obvious
semantic properties, it fails to analyze all vocabulary items of the language.

Semantic Feature Analysis is Limited in focus and mechanical in style.

[4/10, 8:38 PM] +62 895-1612-9405: #Famous_writers

William Shakespeare (1564 – 1616) English poet and playwright. Famous plays include Macbeth, Romeo
and Juliet, Merchant of Venice and Hamlet. Shakespeare is widely considered the seminal writer of the
English language.

Jonathan Swift (1667 – 1745) Anglo-Irish writer born in Dublin. Swift was a prominent satirist, essayist
and author. Notable works include Gulliver’s Travels (1726), A Modest Proposal and A Tale of a Tub.

Samuel Johnson (1709 – 1784) British author best known for his compilation of the English dictionary.
Although not the first attempt at a dictionary, it was widely considered to be the most comprehensive –
setting the standard for later dictionaries.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749 – 1832) German poet, playwright, and author. Notable works of
Goethe include: Faust, Wilhelm Meister’s Apprenticeship and Elective Affinities.
Jane Austen (1775 – 1817) English author who wrote romantic fiction combined with social realism. Her
novels include: Sense and Sensibility (1811), Pride and Prejudice (1813) and Emma (1816).

Honore de Balzac (1799 – 1850) French novelist and short story writer. Balzac was an influential realist
writer who created characters of moral ambiguity – often based on his own real life examples. His
greatest work was the collection of short stories La Comédie humaine.

Alexandre Dumas (1802 – 1870) French author of historical dramas, including – The Count of Monte
Cristo (1844), and The Three Musketeers (1844). Also prolific author of magazine articles, pamphlets and
travel books.

Victor Hugo (1802 – 1885) French author and poet. Hugo’s novels include Les Misérables, (1862) and
Notre-Dame de Paris (1831).

Charles Dickens (1812 – 1870) – English writer and social critic. His best-known works include novels
such as Oliver Twist, David Copperfield and A Christmas Carol.

Charlotte Bronte (1816 – 1855) English novelist and poet, from Haworth. Her best known novel is ‘Jane
Eyre’ (1847).

Henry David Thoreau (1817 – 1862) – American poet, writer and leading member of the
Transcendentalist movement. Thoreau’s “Walden” (1854) was a unique account of living close to nature.

Emily Bronte (1818 – 1848) English novelist. Emily Bronte is best known for her novel Wuthering Heights
(1847), and her poetry.

George Eliot (1819 – 1880) Pen name of Mary Ann Evans. Wrote novels, The Mill on the Floss (1860),
Silas Marner (1861), Middlemarch (1871–72), and Daniel Deronda (1876)

Leo Tolstoy (1828 – 1910) Russian novelist and moral philosopher. Famous works include the epic novels
– War and Peace (1869) and Anna Karenina (1877). Tolstoy also became an influential philosopher with
his brand of Christian pacificism.
Fyodor Dostoevsky (1821-1881) Russian novelist, journalist and philosopher. Notable works include
Notes from Underground, Crime and Punishment and The Idiot

Lewis Carroll (1832-1898) Oxford mathematician and author. Famous for Alice in Wonderland, Through
the Looking Glass, and poems like The Snark.

Mark Twain (1835 – 1910) American writer and humorist, considered the ‘father of American literature’.
Famous works include The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876) and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
(1885).

Thomas Hardy (1840-1928) English novelist and poet. Hardy was a Victorian realist who was influenced
by Romanticism. He wrote about problems of Victorian society – in particular, declining rural life.
Notable works include: Far from the Madding Crowd (1874), Tess of the d’Urbervilles (1891), and

Jude the Obscure (1895).

Oscar Wilde (1854 – 1900) – Irish writer and poet. Wilde wrote humorous, satirical plays, such as ‘The
Importance of Being Earnest‘ and ‘The Picture of Dorian Grey’.

Kenneth Graham (1859 – 1932) Author of the Wind in the Willows (1908), a classic of children’s
literature.

George Bernard Shaw (1856 – 1950) Irish playwright and wit. Famous works include: Pygmalion (1912),
Man and Superman (1903) and Back to Methuselah (1921)

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859 – 1930) British author of historical novels and plays. Most famous for his
short stories about the detective – Sherlock Holmes, such as The Hound of the Baskervilles (1902) and
Sign of Four (1890).

Beatrix Potter (1866 – 1943) English conservationist and author of imaginative children’s books, such as
the Tales of Peter Rabbit (1902).
Marcel Proust (1871 – 1922) French author. Best known for epic novel l À la recherche du temps perdu
(In Search of Lost Time) published in seven parts between 1913 and 1927.

William Somerset Maugham 1874 – 1965) British novelist and writer. One of the most popular authors
of 1930s. Notable works included The Moon and Sixpence (1916), The Razor’s Edge (1944), and Of
Human Bondage (1915)

P.G.Wodehouse (1881 – 1975) English comic writer. Best known for his humorous and satirical stories
about the English upper classes, such as Jeeves and Wooster and Blandings Castle.

Virginia Woolf (1882 – 1941) English modernist writer, a member of the Bloomsbury group. Famous
novels include Mrs Dalloway (1925), To the Lighthouse (1927) and Orlando (1928).

James Joyce (1882 – 1941) Irish writer from Dublin. Joyce was one of most influential modernist avant-
garde writers of the Twentieth Century. His novel Ulysses (1922), was ground-breaking for its stream of
consciousness style. Other works include Dubliners (1914) and Finnegans Wake (1939).

D H Lawrence (1885 – 1930) English poet, novelist and writer. Best known works include Sons and
Lovers, The Rainbow, Women in Love and Lady Chatterley’s Lover (1928) – which was banned for many
years.

Agatha Christie (1890 – 1976) British fictional crime writer. Many of her books focused on series
featuring her detectives ‘Poirot’ and Mrs Marple.

J.R.R. Tolkien (1892 – 1973) – Professor of Anglo-Saxon and English at Oxford University. Tolkien wrote
the best-selling mythical trilogy The Lord of the Rings. Other works include, The Hobbit and The
Silmarillion, and a translation of Beowulf.

Vera Brittain (1893 – 1970) British writer best known for her autobiography – Testament of Youth (1933)
– sharing her traumatic experiences of the First World War.
F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896 – 1940) American author. Iconic writer of the ‘jazz age’. Notable works include
The Great Gatsby (1925), and Tender Is the Night (1934) – cautionary tales about the ‘Jazz decade’ and
the American Dream based on pleasure and materialism.

Enid Blyton (1897 – 1968) British children’s writer, known for her series of children’s books – The
Famous Five and The Secret Seven. Blyton wrote an estimated 800 books over 40 years.

C.S. Lewis (1898 – 1963) Irish / English author and professor at Oxford University. Lewis is best known
for The Chronicles of Narnia, a children’s fantasy series. Also well known as a Christian apologist.

Ernest Hemingway (1899 – 1961) Ground breaking modernist American writer. Famous works included
For Whom The Bell Tolls (1940) and A Farewell to Arms (1929).

Vladimir Nabokov (1899 – 1977) Russian author of Lolita (1955) and Pale Fire (1962)

Barbara Cartland (1901 – 2000) One of most prolific and best selling authors of the romantic fiction
genre. Some suggest she has sold over 2 billion copies worldwide.

John Steinbeck (1902 – 1968) American writer who captured the social change experienced in the US
around the time of the Great Depression. Famous works include – Of Mice and Men (1937), The Grapes
of Wrath (1939) and East of Eden (1952).

George Orwell (1903 – 1950) – English author. Famous works include Animal Farm, and 1984. – Both
stark warnings about the dangers of totalitarian states, Orwell was also a democratic socialist who
fought in the Spanish Civil War, documenting his experiences in “Homage to Catalonia” (1938).

Samuel Beckett (1906-1989) Irish avant garde, modernist writer. Beckett wrote minimalist and thought
provoking plays, such as ‘Waiting for Godot’ (1953) and ‘Endgame‘ (1957). He was awarded the Nobel
Prize in Literature in 1969.
💖| Invisible |💖

[4/10, 8:38 PM] +62 895-1612-9405: ✅Difference between marriage and wedding..

📕Marriage refers to the relationship, the long term sharing of two lives.

📘But, Wedding refers to the specific ceremony that unites two people in marriage.

The idiomatic usage is to talk about a "wedding anniversary" which is to say the anniversary of the day
on which the ceremony took place.

📕So a wedding is a collective name used for all the ceremonies and rituals that take place to give social
acceptance to the relationship between two people,

📘whereas marriage is the name of a life long institution, which starts after the wedding.

✅A marriage is a long term relationship between two individuals.

✅ A wedding, on the other hand, is the ceremony of getting married.

📕Therefore, “You are invited to my wedding.” is correct and “You are invited to my marriage”. is
incorrect usage.

[4/11, 1:47 PM] +234 802 111 1972: 👆👇👆


🏽👇 🏿👆

*16 COMMON ENGLISH COLLOCATIONS* ♥️*WITH THE WORD TIME*


Time” is one of the most common words in English – but do you know all the different ways you can use
the word time?

In today’s lesson, you’ll learn 16 common collocations with the word TIME, such as: waste time, kill time,
it’s about time, stall for time, and more.

There’s also a quiz to help you practice the collocations in this lesson – scroll down to the bottom of the
lesson to try it!

But first, you might be wondering, what are collocations?

Collocations are the common combinations of words that we tend to use together. When you learn
collocations, it will be easier to put words together into sentences, and you’ll sound more like a native
English speaker.

OK, let’s jump in to today’s lesson. For each collocation I’ll teach you the definition and then give you an
example sentence.

♥️*Spend Time*

To pass your time doing some activity.

- I spend a lot of time studying English.

♥️*Waste Time*

Doing something that is not a good use of time.

- Stop wasting time playing computer games and get to work!


♥️*Make Time For*

To “create” time in a busy schedule.

- I need to make time for regular exercise – maybe I can go to the gym before work.

♥️*Save Time*

Something that is efficient and gives you extra time

- Shopping online saves me time because I don’t have to wait in line at the store.

♥️*Free/Spare Time*

Time in which you have no obligations, and you can do whatever you want.

- In my free time, I enjoy reading, painting, and cooking.

♥️*Have Time*

Be available to do something.

- I’d like to take violin lessons, but I don’t have enough time.

♥️*Kill Time / Pass The Time*

Do something to make the time pass faster while you’re waiting for something else.

- Let’s bring some magazines to help pass the time on the train ride.
♥️*Take Your Time*

You can use as much time as you want, you don’t have to go fast.

- “I like all of these computers. I’m not sure which one I want to buy yet.”

- “That’s OK – take your time.”

♥️*On Time*

On schedule, at the right time.

- It’s important to arrive on time for a job interview.

♥️*Just In Time*

At the perfect time, soon before something else happens

- Hi, Henry! Have a seat – you got here just in time for dinner.

♥️*Have A Hard/Rough Time*

Something difficult, or a difficult period in life.

- I’m having a hard time solving this math problem. Could you help me?

♥️*It’s About Time*

An expression that means “Finally!”

- It’s about time they fixed the air conditioner in my classroom! It’s been broken for three years!
♥️*Pressed For Time*

In a rush, in a hurry (when you need to do something and you don’t have enough time)

- Sorry, I can’t talk at the moment – I’m a bit pressed for time. Can I call you back later?

♥️*Run Out Of Time*

Have no more time before the limit.

- I ran out of time before I finished the test, so I didn’t answer the last five questions.

♥️*Stall For Time*

Delay.

- My son didn’t want to go to bed, so he tried to stall for time by asking me to read him another bedtime
story.

♥️*Take Time Off*

Not go to work.

- I’m taking some time off in July to go camping with my family.

[4/2, 10:20 AM] +92 320 3721240: ●▬▬๑۩ Active English ۩๑▬▬▬●
Did they get into Sean's truck? And Why?

Was The Club locked onto the steering wheel?

Had The Club been unlocked all night? And Why?

Did Darren get angry? And Why?

Can a thief steal a car in less than 2 minutes? And how?

Did Sean say that he had lost the key to The Club?

Had Sean paid for the car? And Why?

Did Darren joke with Sean during the next 2 hours?

Did they head west to downtown LA? And Why?


Did they turn around at the two statues of the athletes? And Why?

[4/2, 10:20 AM] +92 320 3721240: ●▬▬๑۩ Active English ۩๑▬▬▬●

*Weekly Driving Lessons (2)*

The next morning, Sean and Darren got into Sean's car. Sean took The Club off the steering wheel.
Darren noticed that Sean didn't unlock The Club first. He asked Sean if The Club had been unlocked all
night. Sean said yes. Darren fumed. "Do you know how long it takes a thief to smash the window and
drive off with this car?! Less than two minutes! Do you think cars grow on trees? Do you have the money
to buy another car if this one is stolen?" Sean said that he had forgotten to lock The Club. Darren
reminded Sean that he had spent a lot of time finding Sean a clean, reliable, used car. He also reminded
Sean that he, not Sean, had paid for the car.

He barked at Sean off and on during the next two hours. They went south on Santa Anita Avenue to the
10 and headed west to downtown LA. They went south to the USC Coliseum and turned around at the
two statues of the Olympic athletes. Then they went north on Figueroa Street to the 110 and headed
back to Arcadia. Darren continued to yell at Sean about his driving errors. When Sean tried to parallel
park in front of Gwen's apartment, Darren scolded him for taking 20 seconds to do something that
should have taken five seconds.

As they walked upstairs to the apartment, Darren apologized to Sean for all the yelling he had done.
Sean didn't respond. Instead, he entered the apartment, spoke angrily to his mother in their native
language, went into his bedroom, and slammed the door. Gwen looked at Darren but said nothing. She
simply shook her head.

[4/2, 10:20 AM] +92 320 3721240: VOCABULARY for THE IELTS READING MODULE

🔹UNTIMELY - too soon; in a premature manner


🔹MISERABLE - of very poor quality or condition

🔹SPECIMEN - an example regarded as typical of its class

🔹DISTRIBUTE - give to several people

🔹NEVERTHELESS - despite anything to the contrary

🔹PROMPTLY - in a punctual manner

🔹BLISSFUL - completely happy and contented

🔹SNOUT - a long projecting or anterior elongation of an animal's head

🔹BROOK - a natural stream of water smaller than a river

🔹MANURE - any animal or plant material used to fertilize land

🔹PERSPIRATION - salty fluid secreted by sweat glands

🔹HARNESS - an arrangement of leather straps fitted to a draft animal

🔹LOFT - floor consisting of open space at the top of a house

🔹SCYTHE - an edge tool for cutting grass

🔹TROUGH - a container from which cattle or horses feed

🔹SOD - surface layer of ground containing a mat of grass and roots

🔹PRANCE - move or step in a lively, spirited, or showy way

🔹RACKET - a loud and disturbing noise

🔹COMMOTION - a disorderly outburst or tumult

🔹DAZE - overcome as with astonishment or disbelief

🔹LURE - provoke someone to do something through persuasion

🔹CAPTIVITY - the state of being imprisoned

🔹APPEAL - be attractive to

🔹EAVES - the overhang at the lower edge of a roof

🔹SPATTER - rain gently

🔹GRAZE - feed as in a meadow or pasture


🔹PROVENDER - food for domestic livestock

🔹MORSEL - a small amount of solid food; a mouthful

🔹FROLIC - play boisterously

🔹STEALTHILY - in a manner marked by quiet and caution and secrecy

🔹CRAFTY - marked by skill in deception

🔹CUNNING - shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception

🔹DREARY - lacking in liveliness or charm or surprise

🔹DEJECTED - affected or marked by low spirits

🔹ENDURE - put up with something or somebody unpleasant

*Billy*

[4/2, 10:20 AM] +92 320 3721240: 🔮 *Adverbs*

*Use adverb to describe a verb:*

_Example:_

*Please Speak + adverb*

Please Speak "loudly".

Please Speak "slowly".

Please Speak "fluently".

Please Speak "properly".

*You can add 'ly' to Adjective to make an adverb.*

*Adjective : Adverb*
beautiful - beautifully

brave - bravely

bright - brightly

*Types of Adverbs:*

▪️Adverbs of Manner

▪️Adverbs of Time

▪️Adverbs of Place

*Adverbs of Manner:*

_Use this adverb if you want to tell about how things are done or how a person behaves._

Teacher questions "loudly".

Students answers "softly".

Birds sing "sweetly".

*Adverbs of Time:*

_Use this adverb if you want to say when actions happen._

He is "always" happy.

He is "never" happy.

"Sometimes" he is happy.

Zack sleeps "in the morning".


Vadra sleeps "in the afternoon".

Aliens sleep "in the night".

*Adverbs of Place:*

_Use it if you want to show where an action happens:_

Come "here"!

Go "there"!

The Alien lives "next" door.

The Ghost lives "underground".

Insects are "everywhere".

*_____*

[4/2, 1:05 PM] +234 810 084 2751: Few important lessons learnt in the past few days:

1. United States is no longer the world's leading country.

2. China won the 3rd World War without firing a missile and no one could handle it.

3. Europeans are not as educated as they appear.

4. We can survive vacations without trips to Europe and USA.

5. Rich people are in fact less immune to diseases than the poor.
6. Human beings are opportunistic and despicable no matter their socioeconomic position when prices
are rising.

7. No Pastor, Rabai, Mullah, Alfa or Pandit saved patients. Doctors and healthcare workers did.

8. Human beings are the real viruses on the planet.

9. We sure can spend Billions of Dollars on the poor without red- tapism.

10. Health professionals are worth more than sports' persons and entertainers.

11. Oil is worthless in a society without consumption.

12. How animals feel in the zoo.

13. The planet regenerates quickly without humans at play.

14. Majority of people can work from home.

15. We and the kids can survive without junk food.

16. Prisoners in jail for petty crimes can be released.

17. Living a hygienic life is not difficult.

18. Only women should not know how to cook.


19. There are a lot of good people in the World.

20. If you build more schools and make them free, you will have to construct less hospitals and probably
prisons.

21. Media is just manipulative and opportunistic.

22. Fame, wealth and position are vanity.

23. HEALTH IS INDEED WEALTH!

Stay blessed

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[4/2, 1:08 PM] +234 810 084 2751: [4/1, 10:27 PM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: Inspirational Quotes - 8

Winning

Winning is not just being first, winning means you are doing better.

Failing

Failing after great attempts is a glory.

Forgiveness

Forgiveness is the quality of the strong people. Weaker people can never forgive. Forgiving cost you
nothing.
Do it Now!

Do it right now. Sometimes, LATER may become NEVER.

Blowing Out

Blowing out others candle doesn't make us brighter.

Happier Person

The more you give, the more you become happier.

Life is Beautiful

Life is a beautiful and interesting fairy tale. Make every moment cherished.

Dreams

We all grow greatly with our dreams. Develop and follow your dreams.

Mistakes

There can be only one man who never makes any mistake. He is the one who do nothing. Mistakes make
you perfect and help you learn.

Shortcuts

There are just no shortcuts to success. Shortcuts make you fail.

First Step

A journey to reach 10000 miles starts just with a single step. If you don't make your first step, you can't
reach the destination!
Forgive and Forget

We need not teach kids the lessons of life, rather they teach the adults!

1. Forgive

2. Forget

They forgive you even if you made them feel bad and simply forget it! The secret to happy life!

Great Feelings

Kids never remember you for the value of precious things or any materials you provide them, but they
adore you for the great feeling you made them cherish!

Diamonds

The expensive and precious diamonds are nothing but the mere coal that underwent immense pressure.
Undergoing and experiencing all sorts of difficulties make us shine like diamonds.

Learning

The more and more you learn, a lot you will experience and explore, the less you will make mistakes!
Learning is infinite.

Happiest People

Happiest people are not those who have the best, rather they see the best in everything.

Waves

It is impossible to stop the waves, but can easily learn to swim over and surf the sea!

Violence

Violence shelters in the house of incompetence.


Genius

Millions of geniuses die without discovering their talents. Don't join the millions, be unique and discover
your hidden talent.

Faith

Have faith in everything, it makes all things possible!

The Cage

The safest place for birds is its cage, but staying all the time in the cage won't let it grow!

Wing

Don't try to walk when you got wings to fly.

Harsh Words

A torn piece of cloth can be stitched, but you cannot mend a wounded heart with harsh words.

〽⭕HIT✍

[4/1, 10:27 PM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: *OLD CHINESE Wisdom:*

( 🔰 *A Moral Story*)

A farmer in ancient China had a neighbour who was a hunter, and who owned ferocious and poorly
trained hunting dogs.

They jumped over the fence frequently and chased the farmer's lambs.

*The farmer asked his neighbour to keep his dogs in check, but this fell on deaf ears.*
One day the dogs again jumped the fence, attacked and severely injured several of the lambs.

*The farmer had had enough,* and went to town to consult a judge who listened carefully to the story
and said: "I could punish the hunter and instruct him to keep his dogs chained or lock them up. But you
would lose a friend and gain an enemy.

*"Which would you rather have, friend or foe for a neighbour?"*

The farmer replied that he preferred a friend.

*“Alright,* I will offer you a solution that keeps your lambs safe, and which will keep your a neighbour a
friend."

Having heard the judge's solution, the farmer agreed.

Once at home, the farmer immediately put the judge's suggestions to the test.

He took three of his best lambs and presented them to his neighbour's three small sons, who were
beside themselves with joy and began to play with them.

To protect his son's newly acquired playthings, the hunter built a strong kennel for his dogs.

Since then, the dogs never again bothered the farmer's lambs.

Out of gratitude for the farmer's generosity toward his sons, the hunter often shared the game he had
hunted with the farmer.
*The farmer reciprocated by sending the hunter the cheese he had made.*

Within a short time the neighbours became good friends.

A Saying in Old China went something like this,

*“One can win over and influence people the best with gestures of kindness and compassion.”*

A similar Western Saying:

*“One catches more flies with honey than with vinegar."*

Let us make an effort to make a pact that we will be polite when we speak and not make rude and
sarcastic remarks at every opportunity we get, especially with our families, friends and colleagues all
done solely to please our RÂBB *‫*ﷲ͜ َع َّز َو َجــــل‬

[4/1, 10:27 PM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: *THE SYMPTOMS OF CORONAVIRUS*

*PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING;*

1. It will first infect the throat, so you'll have a sore throat lasting 3/4 days

2. The virus then blends into a nasal fluid that enters the trachea and then the lungs, causing
pneumonia. This takes about 5/6 days further.
3. With pneumonia comes high fever and difficulty in breathing.

4. The nasal congestion is not like the normal kind. You feel like you're drowning. It's imperative you
then seek immediate attention.

*SPREAD THE WORD*

*CORONAVIRUS FOR GUIDANCE:*

1. If you have a runny nose and sputum, you have a common cold.

2. Coronavirus pneumonia is a dry cough with no runny nose.


3. This new virus is not heat-resistant and will be killed by a temperature of just 26/27 Celsius. It hates
the Sun.

4. If someone sneezes with it, it takes about 10 feet before it drops to the ground and is no longer
airborne.

5. If it drops on a metal surface it will live for at least 12 hours - so if you come into contact with any
metal surface - wash your hands as soon as you can with a bacterial soap.

6. On fabric, it can survive for 6-12 hours. normal laundry detergent will kill it.

7. Drinking warm water is effective for all viruses. Try not to drink liquids with ice.

8. Wash your hands frequently as the virus can only live on your hands for 5-10 minutes, but - a lot can
happen during that time - you can rub your eyes, pick your nose unwittingly and so on.
9. You should also gargle as prevention. A simple solution of salt in warm water will suffice.

10. Can't emphasize enough - drink plenty of water!

PLEASE FORWARD THIS MESSAGE TO FAMILY, FRIENDS AND CO-WORKERS.

[4/1, 10:27 PM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: *Learn English* 📚

_Helping you improve your knowledge_

🏷 _Ren@tto_

📌 New Tip

🤜🏻🤛🏻 *Encouraging Someone*

_Common phrases_

*That was a nice try/ Good effort*

Use these phrases after the person didn’t succeed, and you want to help them feel better.

*Don't give up!*


You can say “Don’t give up!” to encourage a person to continue trying.

*You've almost got it.*

Use this phrase when a person is coming very close to succeeding.

*Give it a try.*

*Example:* Your friend has never driven a car with a manual transmission. You offer to let her drive
your car, which has a stick shift.

*Give it your best shot.*

It means “your best try” – so this phrase is used to encourage someone to do their best.

*Come on, you can do it!*

Use this phrase to emphasize the person's ability to succeed. You can say this to a person who has low
self-esteem or has difficulty believing they can succeed.

*Just do it.*

If you want the person to stop worrying and make a decision.

*You might as well.*

*Example:* Your friend will be able to finish school a year early if he takes a few extra difficult classes,
but isn't sure if he should. You think it's a good idea. You can say "you might as well".

*What have you got to lose?*

This question is used to emphasize the fact that if the person doesn’t succeed, there won’t be any
negative consequences – so they should make an effort.
*What do you have to lose?*

*Example:* Your friend sees a job opening. She seems like she wants the job, but she's hesitating to
apply for it. You think she should go ahead and apply.

*What are you waiting for?*

*Example:* Your friend has been talking about quitting his job and starting his own company. You think
he should do it soon.

*Why not? /Go for it.*

The person is thinking of doing something and asks if you think it's a good idea.

➡ Don’t be discouraged!

➡ After rain comes sunshine

➡ Look on the bright sight

➡ Don’t break your heart!

➡ Be brave, it will be ok

➡ Think and affirm yourself!

➡ Cheer up! Lighten up!

💡 *Did you like the tip?*

_Share it, it's free!_

[4/1, 10:27 PM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: *Grammar Vocabulary*

This is a short list of grammar terms and definitions. We have a longer list of grammar terms here.

*active voice*
In the active voice, the subject of the verb does the action (eg They killed the President). See also
Passive Voice.

*adjective*

A word like big, red, easy, French etc. An adjective describes a noun or pronoun.

*adverb*

A word like slowly, quietly, well, often etc. An adverb modifies a verb.

*article*

The "indefinite" articles are a and an. The "definite article" is the.

*auxiliary verb*

A verb that is used with a main verb. Be, do and have are auxiliary verbs. Can, may, must etc are modal
auxiliary verbs.

*clause*

A group of words containing a subject and its verb (for example: It was late when he arrived).

*conjunction*

A word used to connect words, phrases and clauses (for example: and, but, if).

*infinitive*

The basic form of a verb as in to work or work.

*interjection*
An exclamation inserted into an utterance without grammatical connection (for
example: oh!, ah!, ouch!, well!).

*modal verb*

An auxiliary verb like can, may, must etc that modifies the main verb and expresses possibility,
probability etc. It is also called "modal auxiliary verb".

*noun*

A word like table, dog, teacher, Americaetc. A noun is the name of an object, concept, person or place. A


"concrete noun" is something you can see or touch like a person or car. An "abstract noun" is something
that you cannot see or touch like a decision or happiness. A "countable noun" is something that you can
count (for example: bottle, song, dollar). An "uncountable noun" is something that you cannot count (for
example: water, music, money).

*object*

In the active voice, a noun or its equivalent that receives the action of the verb. In the passive voice, a
noun or its equivalent that does the action of the verb.

*participle*

The -ing and -ed forms of verbs. The -ingform is called the "present participle". The -ed form is called the
"past participle" (for irregular verbs, this is column 3).

*part of speech*

One of the eight classes of word in English - noun, verb, adjective, adverb, pronoun, preposition,
conjunction and interjection.

passive voice
In the passive voice, the subject receives the action of the verb (eg The President was killed). See also
Active Voice.

phrase

A group of words not containing a subject and its verb (eg on the table, the girl in a red dress).

predicate

Each sentence contains (or implies) two parts: a subject and a predicate. The predicate is what is said
about the subject.

preposition

A word like at, to, in, over etc. Prepositions usually come before a noun and give information about
things like time, place and direction.

pronoun

A word like I, me, you, he, him, it etc. A pronoun replaces a noun.

sentence

A group of words that express a thought. A sentence conveys a statement, question, exclamation or
command. A sentence contains or implies a subject and a predicate. In simple terms, a sentence must
contain a verb and (usually) a subject. A sentence starts with a capital letter and ends with a full stop (.),
question mark (?) or exclamation mark (!).

subject

Every sentence contains (or implies) two parts: a subject and a predicate. The subject is the main noun
(or equivalent) in a sentence about which something is said.

tense
The form of a verb that shows us when the action or state happens (past, present or future). Note that
the name of a tense is not always a guide to when the action happens. The "present continuous tense",
for example, can be used to talk about the present or the future.

verb

A word like (to) work, (to) love, (to) begin. A verb describes an action or state

[4/2, 1:35 PM] +62 895-1612-9405: How to Succeed

• To be successful, you must face life positively with the right attitude at every turn of life, maintaining
your focus and working towards your goals.

• You must be saturated by its expectation (your expectation shall not be cut off)

• Doing everything in the fear of failure is a poor trigger for a successful life!

• Let your inner drive be pure and positive because it affects your perspective on the challenges that
may arise in your pursuit for success and it also releases divine and winning ideas to get things
accomplished in multiple ways.

• A pure and positive attitude triggers possibilities within you to succeed.

• It also gives you spiritual stamina and wisdom in trying times and also turns disappointments into
opportunities for success.

• When you are saturated by negativity and you are met with any form of disappointment, the negative
attitude drains your faith and energy; multiplies errors in all your efforts to succeed and eventually leads
to failure in all your endeavors.

• Good success comes to those who work towards it; expect it; and believe they deserve to make it as
God has promised.

BE SUCCESS-TRIGGERED!

Keep on winning and remain connected and empowered.

Blessed day ahead 🙏🙏🙏

[4/2, 9:50 PM] +62 895-1612-9405: *10 Golden Rules on Spelling* Correction in English Grammar
*Rule 1:*

When the suffix “full” is added to a word, one “ I” is removed.

Faith + full = faithful

Use + full= useful

*Rule 2:*

If the word to which the suffix “full” is added ends in “ll”, one “I” is removed from the word also.

Skill +full = skilful

Will + full= wilful

*Rule 3:*

Words of two or three syllables ending in single vowel + single consonant double the final consonant if
the last syllable is stressed. Eg-

Permit + ed = permitted

Occur + ing =occurring

Control + ed =controlled

Begin + ing = beginning

*Rule 4:*

Consonant ‘L’ is doubled in the words ending in single vowel + “I” before a suffix beginning with a vowel
eg.

Signal + ing = signalling

Repel + ent = repellent

Quarrel + ed = quarrelled

Travel + er = traveller

*Rule 5*

: Words ending in silent “e”, drop the “e” before a suffix beginning with a voweleg.

Hope + ing = hoping

Live + ed = lived
Drive + er = driver

Tire + ing= tiring

*Rule 6:*

If the suffix begins with a consonant “e” is not dropped e.g

Hope + full = hopeful

Sincere + ly= sincerely

But,

True + ly = truly

Nine + th = ninth

Argue + ment = argument

*Rule 7:*

A final “y” following a consonant changes to “i” before a suffix except “ing”. Eg.

Carry + ed = carried

Happy + ly = happily

Marry + age = marriage

Beauty + full = beautiful

But,

Marry + ing = marrying

Carry + ing = carrying

*Rule 8:*

A final “y” following a vowel does not change before a suffix. Eg:

Obey + ed = obeyed

Play + er = player

Pray + ed= prayed

*Rule 9:*
When the suffix “ous” is added to a word ending in “ce”, “e” is changed to “i”.

Space + ous= spacious

Vice + ous= vicious

Malice + ous = malicious

Grace + ous= gracious

*Rule 10:*

When the suffix “ing” is added to a word ending in “ie”, “ie” is changed to “y”.

Lie + ing= lying

Die + ing = dying

Tie + ing= tying...

[4/3, 7:15 PM] +92 340 3683546: ,🌀26 LIFE PRINCIPLES*

*A*

✍🏽

*ACCEPT*

*Accept others for

who they are and

for the choices they

have made even if

you have difficulty

understanding their

beliefs, motives

or actions
*B*

✍🏽

*BREAK AWAY*

Break away from

everything that

stands in the way

of what you hope

to accomplish

with your life

*C*

✍🏽

*CREATE*

Create a family

of friends whom

you can share your

hopes, dreams,

sorrows, and

happiness together.

*D*

✍🏽

*DECIDE*

Decide that you’ll be

successful *&* happy


come what may, and

good things will find

you. The roadblocks

are only minor

obstacles along

the way.

*E*

✍🏽

*EXPLORE*

Explore & experiment.

The world has much

to offer, and you

have much to give.

And every time you

try something new,

you’ll learn more

about yourself.

*F*

✍🏽

*FORGIVE*

Grudges only weigh

you down and inspire

unhappiness *&* grief.


Soar above it, and

remember that

everyone makes

mistakes.

*G*

✍🏽

*GROW*

Leave the childhood

monsters behind. They

can no longer hurt you

or stand in your way.

*H*

✍🏽

*HOPE*

Hope for the best

and never forget that

anything is possible

as long as you remain

dedicated to the task.

*I*

✍🏽

*IGNORE*
Ignore the negative

voice inside your head.

Focus instead on your

goals and remember

your accomplishments.

Your past success is only

a small inkling of what

the future holds.

*J*

✍🏽

*JOURNEY*

Journey to new worlds,

new possibilities, is

mostly by remaining

open-minded.

Try to learn something

new every day and you

will grow in Knowledge.

*K*

✍🏽

*KNOW*

Know that no matter

how bad things seem,


to be they will always

get better.

The harshest Winter

always follows the

Warmth of Spring.

*L*

✍🏽

*LOVE*

Let love fill your

heart instead of hate.

When hate is in your

heart, there is *NO* room

for anything else,

but when love is in

your heart, there’s

room for endless

happiness.

*M*

✍🏽

*MANAGE*

Manage your time and

your expenses wisely,

and you’ll suffer less


stress and worry.

Then you’ll be able to

focus on the important

things in life.

*N*

✍🏽

*NOTICE*

Never ignore the poor,

infirm, helpless, weak,

or suffering people.

Offer your assistance

when possible, and

always your kindness

and understanding.

*O*

✍🏽

*OPEN*

Open your eyes and

take in all the beauty

around you.

Even during the

worst of times,

there’s still much


to be thankful for.

*P*

✍🏽

*PLAY*

Never forget to have

fun along the way.

Success means nothing

without happiness.

*Q*

✍🏽

*QUESTION*

Ask many questions,

because you are here

to learn & be informed.

*R*

✍🏽

*RELAX*

Refuse to let worry

and stress rule your

Life, and remember

that things always

have a way of working


out in the end.

*S*

✍🏽

*SHARE*

Share your talent,

skills, knowledge,

and time with others.

Everything that you

invest in others will

return to you many

times Multiplied.

*T*

✍🏽

*TRY*

Even when your

dreams seem

impossible to reach,

try anyway. You’ll be

amazed by what you

can accomplish.

*U*

✍🏽
*USE*

Use your gifts to

your best ability.

Talent that is wasted

has no value. Talent

that is made into

efforts will bring

unexpected rewards.

*V*

✍🏽

*VALUE*

Value the friends and

family members who

have supported and

encouraged you *&* be

there for them as well.

*W*

✍🏽

*WORK*

Work hard every day

to be the best person

you aspire to be, but

never feel guilty if you


fall short of your goals.

Every *sunrise* offers

a second chance.

*X*

✍🏽

*X-RAY*

Look deep inside the

hearts of those around

you and you will see

the goodness and

beauty within.

*Y*

✍🏽

*YIELD*

Yield to commitment.

If you stay on track

and remain dedicated,

you will find success

at the end of the road.

*Z*

✍🏽
*ZOOM*

Zoom to a happy

place when bad

memories or sorrow

rears its ugly head.

Let nothing interfere

with your goals.

Instead, focus on

your abilities, in

your dreams, and

a brighter tomorrow*.

[4/6, 11:38 AM] +92 304 3835975: *Hello*

*Please read this post and share it*

*Help us for God*

*We belong to a poor white and dignified family due to inflation and poverty. We have been living in a
rented house in a katchi population of Karachi for the last six months. We have not been paying rent for
the house since we have five children. If there is nothing to eat in the house, then our children go to
bed without eating food. So our hearts are crying with tears of blood. Because of shame and inadequacy
we dare to talk to anyone. It does not happen and we also need a roof to live a dignified life. Please
help your brother or sister with the intention of helping us understand this message we are doing in a
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*Note*
*Brother God will not make fun of us and will not bother us, and do not try to get us on the media. If
any brother or sister should help us in any way, he must contact us once. And come in quietly to help or
contact or else the respite needs no help showing us*

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[4/6, 11:56 AM] +92 304 3835975: 🔴🔵🟢🟡🟠

Dear English speakers and learners,

Kindly have a look at this:

❌I don't know what DO you want.

✔I don't know what you want.

❌I'M here for an hour.

✔I'VE BEEN here for an hour.

❌How long DO you TEACH/SPEAK English?

✔How long HAVE you BEEN TEACHING/SPEAKING English?

❌I TEACH/SPEAK English for five years.

✔I'VE BEEN TEACHING/SPEAKING English for five years.


❌I'VE BEEN to Uige last year.

✔I WENT to Uige last year.

❌When I WILL arrive home, I'll call you.

✔When I ARRIVE home, I'll call you. Or I'll call you when I arrive home.

❌If I WILL have money, I'll buy it.

✔If I HAVE money, I'll buy it. Or I'll buy it if I have money.

❌People live longer IN OUR DAYS.

✔People live longer NOWADAYS.

❌IN OUR DAYS, computer skills are essential.

✔NOWADAYS, computer skills are essential.

❌IN OUR DAYS, people almost say whatever they want to.

✔NOWADAYS, people almost say whatever they want to.

❌I PRETEND to speak English fluently.

✔I INTEND to speak English fluently.

❌I like watching films without LEGEND.

✔I like watching films without SUBTITLES.


❌I hate watching Brazilian NOVELS.

✔I hate watching Brazilian SOAP OPERAS.

❌Loads of people are actually worried about Covid-19.

✔Loads of people are currently worried about Covid-19.

❌You speak a very good English.

✔You speak very good English.

❌I'm thankful for your help.

✔I'm grateful for your help.

❌Although it was late, but he went out.

✔Although it was late, he went out.

❌You must stop to think in Portuguese.

✔You must stop thinking in Portuguese.

❌This is the first time I'm here.

✔This is the first time I've been here.

❌Most of people want to speak American English.

✔Most people want to speak American English.


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*꧁ SUCCESS ꧂*

_*Give me a stock clerk with a goal and I’ll give you a man who will make history. Give me a man with no
goals and I’ll give you a stock clerk. J. C. Penney*_

📝..........🌈

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*꧁ SUCCESS ꧂*

*_To me success means effectiveness in the world, that I am able to carry my ideas and values into the
world – that I am able to change it in positive ways. Maxine Hong Kingston_*

🍃...........🌈

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*꧁ SUCCESS ꧂*

_*You aren’t going to find anybody that’s going to be successful without making a sacrifice and without
perseverance. Lou Holtz*_

🍃...........🌈

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*꧁ SUCCESS ꧂*

*_You cannot dream yourself into a character; you must hammer and forge yourself one. James A.
Froude_*
🍃..........🌈

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*꧁ SUCCESS ꧂*

_*No one who strives to bring new life to something significant should be too quick to abandon the
hope that he will succeed. Robert Walser*_

🍃...........🌈

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🔮━━━━━━━┓

*꧁ SUCCESS ꧂*

*_The whol secret of a successful life is to find out what is one’s destiny to do, and then do it. Henry
Ford_*

🍃...........🌈

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*꧁ SUCCESS ꧂*

*_When the water starts boiling it is foolish to turn off the heat. Nelson Mandela_*

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*꧁ SUCCESS ꧂*
*_Success means having the courage, the determination, and the will to become the person you believe
you were meant to be. George Sheehan_*

🍃...........🌈

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[4/7, 8:41 AM] +92 304 3835975: *Read & Record !*

🎤🎧🍃🍃🍃🍃

If you want to have a great life you absolutely must make mistakes. If you make big

mistakes you’ll have a great, big, fantastic life. It doesn’t matter if you like it that is the

truth. So you need to learn how to screw up and you need to learn how to accept it

and learn from it and do it again and again and again. That’s Tom Peters’ message,

it’s also my message. So, please, don’t be afraid of mistakes, mistakes are fantastic.

[4/7, 8:48 AM] +92 304 3835975: 📝🙂😀🤚🌹

Use your Smile to change the world , don’t let this world change your Smile

Self knowledge is the beginning of self improvement .

Do what is right , Not what is easy

Don’t lose the hope when the sun goes down , the stars come out

But years later collection of mistakes it’s called experience which lead to success
🌺

Patience is not the ability to Wait but the ability to keep a good attitude while waiting

Always remember that the present situation is not your final destination .the best is yet to come .

[4/7, 9:38 AM] +92 304 3835975: *VOCABULARY* ♥️*FOR ALL COMPETITIVE EXAMS*

*1. YEARN (VERB): desire strongly*

Synonyms: crave, covet 

Antonyms: abjure, dislike

Example Sentence: 

I am yearning for waterballs. 

*2. JABBER (VERB): babble*

Synonyms: chatter, gab 

Antonyms: be silent, be quiet 

Example Sentence: 

Anahita likes to jabber a lot. 

*3. UTOPIA (NOUN): bliss*

Synonyms: paradise, ideal place 

Antonyms: hell, place of the condemned 

Example Sentence: 
I live in a utopia. 

*4. SLING (VERB): throw*

Synonyms: hoist, hurl 

Antonyms: receive, keep

Example Sentence: 

When I tried to do it with the sling on, I lost my balance. 

*5. VILIFY (VERB): criticize*

Synonyms: damn, malign 

Antonyms: praise, laud

Example Sentence: 

She was vilifying Aman. 

*6. ORCHESTRATE (VERB): organize*

Synonyms: arrange, set up 

Antonyms: disperse, divide

Example Sentence: 

They will orchestrate the meeting for you. 

*7. LOUT (NOUN): boor*

Synonyms: brute, slob 

Antonyms: gentle, mild 

Example Sentence: 

He is a lout person. 
*8. STEREOTYPED (ADJECTIVE): banal*

Synonyms: dull, hackneyed 

Antonyms: fresh, new

Example Sentence: 

It was a stereotyped movie. 

*9. VEHEMENCE (NOUN): intensity*

Synonyms: fervor, frenzy 

Antonyms: peace, peacefulness

Example Sentence: 

The vehemence of his temper was controlled by an affectionate disposition. 

*10. TRAVESTY (NOUN): mockery*

Synonyms: spoof, satire 

Antonyms: seriousness, solemnity

Example Sentence: 

Allowing students to cheat in tests is a travesty of education.

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[4/7, 10:58 AM] +92 304 3835975: 👇Common Mistakes👇

Ask for a thing, not ask a thing.

❌Don't say: She came and asked my book.


✔️Say: She came and asked for my book.

Dispose/get rid of a thing, not dispose/get rid a thing.

❌Don't say: He'll dispose/get rid all his property.

✔️Say: He'll dispose/get rid of all his property.

Dream of a thing, not dream a thing.

❌Don't say: Young men dream glory and riches.

✔️Say: Young men dream of glory and riches.

Explain to a person, not explain a person.

❌Don't say: She explained me the matter.

✔️Say: She explained the matter to me.

Knock at the door, not knock the door.

❌Don't say: Who is knocking the door?


✔️Say: Who is knocking at the door?

Listen to a person or thing, not listen a person or thing.

❌Don't say: They were listening the music.

✔️Say: They were listening to the music.

Pay for a thing, not pay a thing.

❌Don't say: How much did you pay the book?

✔️Say: How much did you pay for the book?

Point to or at a person or thing, not point a person or thing.

❌Don't say: He pointed the map on the wall.

✔️Say: He pointed to the map on the wall.

Or:

✔️He pointed at the map on the wall.

Remind a person of something, not remind a person something.


❌Don't say: Please remind me that later.

✔️Say: Please remind me of that later.

Reply to a person, not reply a person.

❌Don't say: She's not replied me yet.

✔️Say: She's not replied to me yet.

Say to a person, not say a person.

❌Don't say: Kevin said me, 'Come tomorrow.'

✔️Say: Kevin said to me, 'Come tomorrow.'

👆Common Mistakes👆

[4/7, 1:34 PM] +92 304 3835975: *TODAY* *TOPIC* *APR* *7* *TH*

️*PHOTO* 🎥 *SELFIE* *📸IMAGE* 📷

📱1. What do you think about photo and its uses ??

📲 2. What do you think about Selfie ??


📱3. Does the selfie makes the people addiction ??

📲 4. Does really Camera phone killes professional camera and its usage ??

📱 5. How do you enjoy with images ??

📲 6.Are images vintage collection of your golden Memories ?? Yes or No ??

📱7. Which is the best image in your life ??

📲 8. How can you relate the camera with your profession ??

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[4/7, 7:50 PM] +92 304 3835975: *SIMPLE ENGLISH LESSONS*

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Idiom

Vocabulary

Grammar of Speaking

Conversations

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*IDIOMS*

*devil’s advocate*
Meaning: one who presents a counter argument.

Example: Hey Jack! You’re always playing devil’s advocate! Give it a rest and mind your own business.

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*VOCABULARY*

*Fluctuate*

>to be unstable; to rise and fall

Stock Markets can fluctuate on a daily basis, making it difficult to determine when to buy or sell one.

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*GRAMMAR OF SPEAKING*

*I plan to + (verb)*

>'Plan to' describes something that you would like to do in the near future.

Here are some examples:

"I plan to find a new apartment."

"I plan to relax on vacation."

"I plan to surprise my parents."


"I plan to wash my car."

"I plan to adopt a child."

"I plan to impress my boss."

"I plan to watch a movie."

"I plan to save more money."

"I plan to read a book."

"I plan to learn new things."

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*CONVERSATIONS*

Check Your Tires

A: Remember to put air in your tires.

B: How often do I have to do that?

A: Once every two months.

B: That's a lot.

A: What do you mean?

B: That's six times a year!

A: Yes, and it takes about five minutes each time.

B: I'll try.

A: Check your tires or you'll get a flat.

B: Oh. That's not good.

A: No, it isn't. A flat costs you time and money.

B: And I don't have either.


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[4/7, 7:50 PM] +92 304 3835975: *Learn English* 📚

_Helping you improve your knowledge_

🏷 _Ren@tto_

📌 New Tip

🤜🏻🤛🏻 *Encouraging Someone*

_Common phrases_

*That was a nice try/ Good effort*

Use these phrases after the person didn’t succeed, and you want to help them feel better.

*Don't give up!*

You can say “Don’t give up!” to encourage a person to continue trying.

*You've almost got it.*

Use this phrase when a person is coming very close to succeeding.

*Give it a try.*

*Example:* Your friend has never driven a car with a manual transmission. You offer to let her drive
your car, which has a stick shift.

*Give it your best shot.*


It means “your best try” – so this phrase is used to encourage someone to do their best.

*Come on, you can do it!*

Use this phrase to emphasize the person's ability to succeed. You can say this to a person who has low
self-esteem or has difficulty believing they can succeed.

*Just do it.*

If you want the person to stop worrying and make a decision.

*You might as well.*

*Example:* Your friend will be able to finish school a year early if he takes a few extra difficult classes,
but isn't sure if he should. You think it's a good idea. You can say "you might as well".

*What have you got to lose?*

This question is used to emphasize the fact that if the person doesn’t succeed, there won’t be any
negative consequences – so they should make an effort.

*What do you have to lose?*

*Example:* Your friend sees a job opening. She seems like she wants the job, but she's hesitating to
apply for it. You think she should go ahead and apply.

*What are you waiting for?*

*Example:* Your friend has been talking about quitting his job and starting his own company. You think
he should do it soon.

*Why not? /Go for it.*

The person is thinking of doing something and asks if you think it's a good idea.
➡ Don’t be discouraged!

➡ After rain comes sunshine

➡ Look on the bright sight

➡ Don’t break your heart!

➡ Be brave, it will be ok

➡ Think and affirm yourself!

➡ Cheer up! Lighten up!

💡 *Did you like the tip?*

_Share it, it's free!_

[4/7, 7:51 PM] +92 304 3835975: *SIMPLE ENGLISH LESSONS*

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Idiom

Vocabulary

Grammar of Speaking

Conversations

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*IDIOMS*

*blessing in disguise*

Means

something that seems terrible, but actually produces positive results


*Example Sentences:*

A: I heard you failed your Medical school exam.

B: Yeah, but I think it was a blessing in disguise.

A: Why do you think that?

B: I decided that I don’t want to be a doctor. I want to be a dentist instead! I love teeth!

When my father got arrested for drunk driving, it was a blessing in disguise, because he realized for the
first time that he was an alcoholic. Now he no longer drinks!

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*VOCABULARY*

centenarians

people who are 100 years of age or older

ancient

extremely old, from a time in the distant past

extended

lengthened, extra long, lasting longer than usual

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*GRAMMAR OF SPEAKING*

*I feel like + (verb-ing)*


>Here you are expressing to someone something you would enjoy doing.

*Here are some examples:*

"I feel like going for a bike ride."

"I feel like going to the beach."

"I feel like having a snack."

"I feel like talking."

"I feel like dancing."

"I feel like having friends over to my house."

"I feel like watching TV."

> By adding 'don't' or 'do not' you can change what you are saying to express something you would not
enjoy or express a concern about something.

*Here are some examples:*

"I don't feel like leaving yet."

"I don't feel like explaining."

"I don't feel like going to bed."

"I do not feel comfortable talking about it."

"I do not feel like we are going in the right direction."

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*CONVERSATIONS*
Are You Sleepy?

A: Why are you yawning?

B: I'm sleepy.

A: Why don't you go to bed?

B: I want to watch this TV show.

A: Maybe you should record it.

B: The tape recorder is broken.

A: Then you should watch the rerun.

B: Why? I'm watching the original.

A: But you'll be asleep in about one minute.

B: I'm just yawning because the commercials are on.

A: Okay. I'll tell you how the show ends.

B: Zzz.

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[4/7, 7:51 PM] +92 304 3835975: Phrasal verb/Meaning

(1) *Carry on*

👉 Continue

🔷Ex: Carry on with your studies.

(2) *Passed out*

👉 Fainted
🔷Ex: He passed out from exhaustion.

(3) *Passed away*

👉 Died

🔷Ex : My neighbor has passed away.

(4) *Look for*

👉 Search

🔷Ex: Look for your shoes in the closet.

( *5)Look after*

👉 Take care

🔷Ex: Look after your siblings while your parents are out.

(6) *Hold on*

👉 Wait a short time

🔷Ex: Could you please hold on a minute?

(7) *Ran out*

👉 To have nothing left(None)

🔷Ex: My pen stopped writing because it ran out of ink.


(8)Wake up

👉 Revive ' to end sleep.

🔷Ex: Wake up! It's time for the day to begin.

(9:) *Go back*

👉 Return to a specific place or time.

🔷Ex: You'll have to go back and re-read the papers to understand the question.

(10) *Give up*

👉 Stop trying

Don't give up on your goals!

(11) *Take off*

👉 Start the flight and take on your journey/Remove the barriers.

🔷Ex: You'll have to take off your fears before you can begin to fly.

(12 *)Run away*

👉 Escape or flee

🔷Don't run away from your problems , but stand and face them.

[4/7, 7:51 PM] +92 304 3835975: *THE GOLDEN RULES*

1. *Respect 3 People*

☝🏻. Teachers

☝🏻. Parents
☝🏻. Elderly

2. *Keep 3 things in you*

☝🏻. Honesty

☝🏻. Faith

☝🏻. Good Deeds

3. *Be Free from 3 things*

☝🏻. Arrogance

☝🏻. Cheating

☝🏻. Debts

4. *Control 3 things*

☝🏻. Tongue

☝🏻. Anger

☝🏻. Appetite

5. *Reject 3 things*

☝🏻. Bad deeds

☝🏻. Backbiting

☝🏻. Jealousy

6. *Obtain 3 things*

☝🏻. Knowledge

☝🏻. Understanding
☝🏻. Wisdom

7. *Build on 3 things*

☝🏻. Good counsel

☝🏻. Good Manners

☝🏻. Godliness with contentment

8. *Keep 3 things pure*

☝🏻. Body

☝🏻. Clothes

☝🏻. Thoughts

9. *Remember 3 things*

☝🏻. Death

☝🏻. Hell

☝🏻. Heaven

10. *Protect 3 things*

☝🏻. Family

☝🏻. Future

☝🏻. Friends

11. *Work on 3 things*

☝🏻. Vision

☝🏻. Trust
☝🏻. Faith

12. *Run away from 3 things*

☝🏻. Sin

☝🏻. Pride

☝🏻. Bad association

13. *Love 3 People*

☝🏻. God

☝🏻. Yourself

☝🏻. Others.

[4/7, 7:51 PM] +92 304 3835975: *English Tips*

🌀 ⭐️*useful_phrases* 🎯

1⃣ *You know me well*

2⃣ *Be rational Reza*

3⃣ *For the last time*

4⃣ *May God preserve you*

5⃣ *Don't blame me*


6⃣ *Why don't you get it*

7⃣ *I didn't do anything*

8⃣ *We won't see each other again*

9⃣ *I hate you all*

🔟 *what's my sin*

1⃣1⃣ *It's not clear yet*

1⃣2⃣ *Why didn't you come out*

1⃣3⃣ *We should be sure*

1⃣4⃣ *Dinner is ready*

1⃣5⃣ *What was the problem*

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[4/7, 7:51 PM] +92 304 3835975: 📕📗 *Today's Task* 📚

Q1. I ..... tennis every Sunday morning.

A. playing
B. play

C. am playing

D. am play

Q2. Don't make so much noise. Noriko ..... to study for her ESL test!

A. try

B. tries

C. tried

D. is trying

Q3. Jun-Sik ..... his teeth before breakfast every morning.

A. will cleaned

B. is cleaning

C. Cleans

Q4. Sorry, she can't come to the phone. She ..... a bath!

A. is having

B. having

C. have

D. has

Q5. ..... many times every winter in Frankfurt.

A. It snows

B. It snowed

C. It is snowing
D. It is snow

Q6. How many students in your class ..... from Korea?

A. comes

B. come

C. came

D. are coming

Q7. Weather report: "It's seven o'clock in Frankfurt and ..... ."

A. there is snow

B. it's snowing

C. it snows

D. it snowed

Q8. Babies ..... when they are hungry.

A. cry

B. cries

C. cried

D. are crying

Q9. Jane: "What ..... in the evenings?"

Mary: "Usually I watch TV or read a book."

A. you doing

B. you do

C. do you do
D. are you doing

Q10. Jane: "What ..... ?"

Mary: "I'm trying to fix my calculator."

A. you doing

B. you do

C. do you do

D. are you doing

[4/7, 7:51 PM] +92 304 3835975: 🎤🎤🎤🎤🎤🎤🎤🎤

*Common English expressions:*

1. *Fed up* - this means, to have had enough

2. *Feel like* - this means, want to do something

3. *No hard feelings* - don't worry

4. *Heavy duty* - tough and powerful

5. *Hook up* - to connect

6. *Join forces* - means to unite

7. *just what the doctor ordered* - means what you need


8. *Just about* - nearly

9. *Ins and outs* - the small details

10. *In hand* - under control

11. *Kick around* - treat badly

12. *Kick the bucket* - to die

13. *Knock it off* - to stop it

14. *Know-it-all* - means, over confident

15. *Keep on* - continue

16. *In less than no time* - immediately

17. *Long face* - sad

18. *Means business* - serious

19. *Make up your mind* - decide


20. *Make off with* - to steal

21. *Make believe* - to pretend

22. *Mixed up* - confused

23. *Makes sense* - seems reasonable/ right

24. *Make a difference* - to matter

25. *Nail it down* - finalize it

26. *Never mind* - don't worry about it

27. *No doubt* - certainly

28. *No sweat* - it's easy to do/ Ok

29. *Of age* - old enough

30. *Off the hook* - out of trouble

31. *Once in a blue moon* - rarely

32. *Out of order* - does not work


33. *Out of shape* - to be unfit

[4/15, 9:20 AM] +62 895-1612-9405: ✳️Reflexive Pronouns List ✳️

As u read through the following list of reflexive pronouns consider ways to use them in sentences like
the ones in preceding section:

⚜️MySelf

⚜️YourSelf

⚜️HerSelf

⚜️HimSelf

⚜️OurSelf

⚜️ItSelf

⚜️ThemSelf

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[4/15, 9:20 AM] +62 895-1612-9405: *Some calling words related to person behavior*

*Jinx*- a person that brings bad luck with him or her

Ex he is such a jinx because of him I lost my Match.

*Hooligans* :

a person who behaves in a violent and aggressive way in public places


Ex.Hooligans had sprayed paint all over the car.

*Goons*:

a violent criminal who is paid to hurt or threaten people.

Ex.He and the other goon began to beat me up.

Shirker - a person who avoids to do work , . means don't do work given to him..

Ex.They know I'm not a shirker.

*Miser* - A person who spends little money as possible as...

Ex . Our president is miser he didn't spend money on giving scholarship to student.

*Pointy-head* - a person who studies alot or intelligent person

Ex. a dull political pointy-head"

*Nerd*:

a person who is not fashionable and has a boring hobby

Ex.
You are such nerd you don't have any interesting hobbu

*Erudite*: having or showing great knowledge that is based on careful study

Ex he is Erudite professor.

*Bully* a person who uses his/her strength or power to hurt or frighten people who are weaker

Ex. He is such bully

#R@$$h!

[4/15, 9:56 AM] +62 895-1612-9405: *NINE THINGS THAT MAKE A CHAT GROUP ACTIVE:*

(Group Etiquette)

1. *Always learn to appreaciate other people's posts, even if they are not your friend*

It makes them feel important and encouraged to come up with something more positive.

2. *Never run people down on the platform in a group chat*

You will cause them to withdraw and will never come up with their objective views on issues.

3. *When you see something you don't like from a member, inbox the person*

Don't attack him/her on the platform publicly

4. *Never insult or use unpleasant languages on members* You expose your uncultured manners and
attitude to people and may turn the platform to combat ground.
5. *Be quick to say sorry and apologize when u have erred* It helps to bring down the tension which
your utterances must have created.

6. *Don't try to enforce your ideas or suggestions on members* Nobody has monopoly of knowledge,
allow majority conclusions to prevail on issues.

7. *Never settle scores with anybody on a general group chat*

will give others the opportunity to take sides, thereby causing others to withdraw.

8. *When anyone is celebrating, he/she may not need to be your friend before you celebrate with that
person.*

It's the spirit of brotherliness

9. *Some have the gift of talking and others the gift of reading*

Learn to contribute to the group... Even if it is just using the symbol 👍... It makes people know that you
appreciate the group.

*There are 3 types of posts you will always see on a group chat*

(A) *Offensive posts*.. Don't attack the person, it could be a mistake.

(B) *lnspirational/educative posts*

Commend the person.. Don't just read and keep quiet.

(C) *Meaningless/wrongly uninformed posts*


Start by appreciating the writer, then correct the information, but don't hush him up with
condemnation.

*Be kindly affectionate to one another* 🙏🙏🙏

Thank you all for making the group great and alive.

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Be humble. You may be wrong.

Be hard working. You may be luckier.

Be kind. You may be remembered.

Be generous. Others may reciprocate.

Be curious. You may stay teachable.

Be trustworthy. You may see further.

Be forgiving. You may feel lighter.

Be yourself. You will be happier.

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[4/17, 2:56 PM] +62 895-1612-9405: *IF I WERE ♥️IF I WAS*

Take a look at the two following sentences. Why do we use were in the first sentence and was in the
second.

1. If I *were* rich, I would buy you a car.

2. If she *was* feeling sick, it's good that she went home.

♥️*Explanation*
1. If I were rich... *<—* I am not rich, but I imagining what I would do if I were.

*I were* is called the subjunctive mood, and is used when you're are talking about something that isn't
true or when you wish something was true.

2. If she was feeling sick... *<—* It is possible or probable that she was feeling sick.

*I was* is for things that could have happened in the past or now.

♥️*If I Were Examples*

- If I were you, I would study harder. *<—* I am not you. It is impossible for me to be you.

- If he were a woman, he would have lots of babies. *<—* He is not a woman!

♥️*If I Was Examples*

- If I was wrong, I am sorry. *<—* I might have been wrong.

- If I spoke to her, I don't remember. *<—* I might have spoken to her.

[4/19, 10:30 AM] +92 304 3835975: *37 Things, You Can Do To Improve Your English*

Have a read of the below list and we are sure you will find a lot of helpful tips to improve your English!
*1-* Don’t be afraid to make mistakes. Be confident. People can only correct your mistakes when they
hear you make them.

*2-* Surround yourself in English. Put yourself in an all English speaking environment where you can
learn passively. The best way to learn is through speaking.

*3-* Practise every day. Make yourself a study plan. Decide how much time a week you are going to
spend studying and stick to it. Establish a routine.

*4-* Tell your family and friends about your study plan. Get them to push you to study and also don’t
let them interrupt you.

*5-* Practise the 4 core skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening. They all need to be worked on for
you to improve.

*6-* Keep a notebook of new words you learn. Use them in sentences and try to say them at least 3
times when you speak.

*7-* Do a lesson at least once a day.

*8-* Memorisation of lists is one of the most common ways of learning vocabulary for a test. It’s only a
good exercise for short term studying because you often do not retain the information that you have
learned for a test.

*9-* Use your body clock. If you’re not a morning person, study in the afternoon.

*10-* You will find words easier to remember if you try to remember an example sentence using that
word rather the word on its own.
*11-* Plan to take a test. You’ll find that you work harder when you need to study for something.

*12-* Saying that, it’s better not to study just to take a test. Think of the bigger picture. What can you
do when you have a good command of English? How will the quality of your life improve?

*13-* Give yourself a long term goal. Focus on working towards it.

*14-* Give yourself short term goals too and reward yourself when you achieve each one.

*15-* Create an atmosphere in which you want to learn, not because you have to

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[4/19, 10:30 AM] +92 304 3835975: Quiz:- THIRD CONDITIONAL

♥PUT IN THE CORRECT THIRD CONDITIONAL VERB FORM:

1. If you ______________ (not / be) late, we ______________ (not / miss) the

bus.

2. If she ______________ (study), she ______________ (pass) the exam.


3. If we ______________ (arrive) earlier, we ______________ (see)

John.

4. If they ______________ (go) to bed early, they ______________ (not / wake)

up late.

5. If he ______________ (become) a musician, he ______________ (record) a CD.

6. If she ______________ (go) to art school, she ______________ (become) a

painter.

7. If I ______________ (be) born in a different country, I ______________

(learn) to speak a

different language.

8. If she ______________ (go) to university, she ______________ (study)

French.
9. If we ______________ (not / go) to the party, we ______________ (not /

meet) them.

10. If he ______________ (take) the job, he ______________ (not / go) travelling.

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[4/19, 10:30 AM] +92 304 3835975: 🎯👆🏻I believe that life is a journey, often difficult and sometimes
incredibly cruel.

But we are well equipped for it if only we tap into our talents and gifts and allow them to blossom.

Tapping into your talents will help you reach your goals.

Are you committed?

It's time to make a move forward! It's time to stretch out of the limiting boundaries of comfort and
pleasure.

It's time to really make your life count.


You were created to reign... You were given dominion and authority to manifest your greatness.

Now take your power back, live life on your terms!

You're able. You're capable. You are endowed. You have what it takes to reach for the Stars. Arise, affect
your world positively!

You got this, now move! A better life awaits you! See you on top.

_*Be Positive Enjoy Life 💖*_

[4/19, 10:30 AM] +92 304 3835975: _*Positive thoughts 💖*_

Forgetting Someone's Name. People love to hear their own name. Our names are tied intricately to our
identities, so when someone uses your name, you naturally feel closer to them. When someone forgets
your name, however, you can become distant toward them, and possibly offended--even if it's on a
subconscious level. Forgetting someone's name shows that you aren't interested in them, and can
instantly make you seem selfish or uncaring.

Making an Inappropriate Joke. Jokes are perfect conversation fodder, especially with someone you've
never met. Injecting some humor into an otherwise stuffy or stagnant situation can make you the life of
the party. However, there are some firm lines you shouldn't cross with your humor, and if you cross
them, you could be exiled from the group. To make matters worse, these lines are different for different
people and situations, but as a general rule, avoid jokes about race, gender, sex, politics, religion, or any
specific individual.

Being Vague or Unclear. Clarity is what makes communication effective. Just as a car without a working
engine is a useless hunk of metal, a sentence without a clear meaning is equivalent in value to empty
space. Think carefully about what you want to say before you say it, and proofread all your outgoing
emails and text messages. Specificity and conciseness are your best friends.

_*Positive Thinking Positive Life 💖*_


[4/7, 3:30 PM] +92 313 3146588: These are we called by *WH-QUESTION* and we use it for
interrogative form ...

*why* => asking for the reason

E.g : Why you didn't come for the party ?

*what* => asking for noun, condition, demonstrative noun and object ( adverb )

E.g :

- what is your name ? ( pronoun )

- what is that ? ( demonstrative noun )

- what time is it ? ( adverb/object )

*when* => asking for condition usualy for time, date, day and year

E.g : when will you come ?

*where* => asking for place

E.g : where do you want to hang out ?

*who* => askinh for pronoun as a pronoun ( can be subject and object pronoun )

E.g : who is standing next to you ?

*which* => asking for decision

E.g : which book do you like to read ?

*whom* => asking for pronoun ( only for an object pronoun )

E.g : whom do you go with ?


*whose* => asking for possesive pronoun

E.g : whose book is that ?

*how* => asking for condition

E.g : how do you go to school ?

[4/7, 3:30 PM] +92 313 3146588: ✍ Words → *Informal & Formal*

say sorry ➖ apologize, apologise

go up ➖ increase

go down ➖ decrease

set up ➖ establish

look at ➖ examine

blow up ➖ explode

find out ➖ discover

bring about ➖ cause

put off ➖ postpone, delay

rack up ➖ accumulate

make up ➖ fabricate

stand for ➖ represent

find out ➖ discover, ascertain

leave out ➖ omit

point out ➖ indicate

go against ➖ oppose

get in touch with ➖ contact


It’s about ➖ It concerns, It’s in regards to

need to ➖ required

think about ➖ consider

get ➖ obtain

put up ➖ tolerate

deal with ➖ handle

seem ➖ appear

show ➖ demonstrate, illustrate, portray

start ➖ commence

keep ➖ retain

free ➖ release

get on someone’s nerves ➖ bother

ring up ➖ call

show up ➖ arrive

let ➖ permit

fill in ➖ substitute, inform

block ➖ undermine

give the go ahead, greenlight ➖ authorize, authorise

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_Uses Of Modal Verbs And Their Usage._

*Modal Verbs*

"Verbs, used with another verb to show/express permission, ability, possibility, suggestions etc".

*Examples*
Modal verbs/modal auxiliaries include the following:

❤1. *_CAN_*

CAN is used for:

1⃣. For ability.

*Eg*. I can do this work.

2⃣. For permission.

*Eg*. You can go now.

3⃣. For request.

*Eg*. Can you translate this article for me please?

4⃣. For possibility. (Usually used in negative and interrogative sentences).

*Eg*. You can not get that book from Karachi.

5⃣. For anger.

*Eg*. Can you just shut up?

6⃣. For general truth.

*Eg*. By exercising daily, you can lose your weight.

7⃣. For offers.

*Eg*. Can I help you?

❤2. *_COULD_*

Could is used for:

1⃣. For past ability.

*Eg*. When I was in SSC, I could study for 7 hours daily.

2⃣. For past possibility.

*Eg*. The road could be blocked but the police reached in time.
3⃣. For polite way of asking.

*Eg*. Could I have my book back please?

4⃣. For uncertain possibility.

*Eg*. They could come any time.

5⃣. For suggestions.

*Eg*. We could have lunch outside today.

6⃣. For anger.

*Eg*. You could try to change it before my arrival.

7⃣. For suggestions.

*Eg*. You could go there before he had gone.

❤3. *_MAY_*

May is used for:

1⃣. For possibility (usually used in positive sentences).

*Eg*. It may rain today.

2⃣. For permission.

*Eg*. May I join you sir?

3⃣. For wish (usually in optative sentences).

*Eg*. May my mother live long.

4⃣. For request.

*Eg*. May I speak sir please?

5⃣. For prohibition.

*Eg*. You may not smoke in the office.

❤4. *_MIGHT_*
Might is used for:

1⃣. Possibility.

*Eg*. It might rain today.

2⃣. For politeness.

*Eg*. Might I take more?

3⃣. For suggestions.

*Eg*. I thought you might help me.

❤5. *_WILL_*

Will is used for:

1⃣. For future actions:

*Eg*. He will leave for India tomorrow.

2⃣. For willingness.

*Eg*. I will play with you.

3⃣. For asking something.

*Eg*. Will you give me your watch?

4⃣. For polite invitation.

*Eg*. Will you join me please?

5⃣. For anger.

*Eg*. Will you stop talking?

6⃣. For something possible.

*Eg*. Who is knocking the door? It will be Ali.

7⃣. For things, which usually happen.

*Eg*. It will last longer, if you used it carefully.

8⃣. For promise.


*Eg*. I will come there tomorrow.

❤6. *_WOULD_*

Would is used for:

1⃣. For a polite request.

*Eg*. Would you mind sitting here?

2⃣. For strong desire.

*Eg*. Would that I could see Quaid E Azam!

3⃣. For past habitual actions.

*Eg*. I would study very hard, when I was in Primary school.

4⃣. For typical behavior.

*Eg*. They always say we are busy. They would say that again.

5⃣. For reason.

*Eg*. Why would one miss such an offer?

❤7. *_SHALL_*

Shall is used for:

1⃣. For first person pronouns.

*Eg*. I/we shall go tomorrow.

2⃣. For a command (usually in 2nd or 3rd person).

*Eg*. You shall not enter to this room.

3⃣. For emphasis.

*Eg*. I shall kill you the day you abused me.

4⃣. For asking something.

*Eg*. Shall you forgive me?


5⃣. For permission.

*Eg*. Shall I collect the money from them Sir?

❤8. *_SHOULD_*

Should is used for:

1⃣. For something advisable.

*Eg*. If you can't sleep, you should go to a good physician.

2⃣. For expectations.

*Eg*. You should do it very easy.

3⃣. For a purpose.

*Eg*. Take umbrella lest you should get wet.

4⃣. For reason.

*Eg*. Why one should reject this offer?

5⃣. For advice.

*Eg*. You should not worry because he's alive.

6⃣. For expressing obligation or duty.

*Eg*. We should obey the law.

7⃣. For politeness.

*Eg*. I should like to help you.

8⃣. For supposition.

*Eg*. If it should rain, they will not come.

❤9. *_MUST_*

Must is used for:

1⃣. For necessary things.


*Eg*. You must study hard.

2⃣. For strong intention.

*Eg*. You must invite him.

3⃣. For emphasis.

*Eg*. I must say "you are great".

4⃣. For strong possibility.

*Eg*. He must be hungry.

5⃣. For obligation.

*Eg*. You must get up very early.

6⃣. For expressing logical certainty.

*Eg*. Living in so much crowd must be very difficult.

❤10. *_OUGHT TO_*

Ought To is used for:

1⃣. For expressing moral obligation or desirability.

*Eg*. We ought to love our neighbours.

2⃣. For expressing probability.

*Eg*. This book ought to be very useful.

3⃣. For expectations.

*Eg*. He ought to be at home now.

❤11. *_USED TO_*

Used To is used for:

1⃣. For repeated actions in the past.

*Eg*. We used to play a lot when we were younger.


2⃣. For expressing a discontinued habit.

*Eg*. I used to study a lot in SSC.

❤12. *_NEED_*

Need is used for:

1⃣. For necessity or obligation.

*Eg*. I need hardly to go.

[4/7, 3:30 PM] +92 313 3146588: 🔴 Daily Conversations:

🔸 *When you need to explain why you are late*

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🔹I couldn't get a taxi.

🔹I couldn't get a cab.

🔹My ride didn't show up.

🔹I missed my ride.

🔹I missed the train.

🔹The bus was late.

🔹I ran out of gas.

🔹I had to stop for gas.

🔹I had to get gas.

🔹I was stuck in traffic.

🔹Traffic was slow.

🔹Traffic was hell.

🔹I got lost.

🔹I missed my exit.

🔹There was construction.


🔹There was an accident.

🔹I was looking for parking.

🔹I couldn't find a parking space.

🔹I couldn't find a place to park.

🔹It took me longer to get here than I thought it would.

🔹It took me longer to get here than I expected.

🔹I didn't realize this was so far away.

🔹I lost track of time.

🔹I misjudged the time.

[4/7, 3:30 PM] +92 313 3146588: #Top_100_basic_Synonyms_and


#Antonyms_everyone_should_know...

1. Above = below

2. Absent = present

3. Accident = intent

4. Accomplishment =failure

5. Achieve = fail

6. Add = subtract

7. Adjacent = distant

8. Admire = detest

9. Admit = reject

10. Adore = hate

11. Advance = retreat

12. Affirm = deny

13. Afraid = confident

14. After = before

15. Aid = hinder


16. Alarm = comfort

17. Alert = asleep

18. Alive = dead

19. Allow = forbid

20. Alone = together

21. Amateur = professional

22. Amuse = bore

23. Ancient = modern

24. Annoy = soothe

25. Answer = question

26. Apparent = obscure

27. Argue = agree

28. Arrive = depart

29. Arrogant = humble

30. Ascend = descend

31. Attack = defend

32. Attract = repel

33. Awake = asleep

34. Awkward = graceful

35. Back = front

36. Bad = good

37. Beautiful = ugly

38. Before = after

39. Bent = straight

40. Better = worse


41. Big = little

42. Birth = death

43. Bitter = sweet

44. Black = white

45. Blunt = sharp

46. Body = soul

47. Bold = timid

48. Bottom = top

49. Brave = cowardly

50. Break = repair

51. Brief = long

52. Bright = dull

53. Bring = remove

54. Boy = girl

55. Busy = idle

56. Buy = sell

57. Capture = release

58. Cause = effect

59. Cautions = careless

60. Center = edge

61. Change = remain

62. Cheap = expensive

63. Child = adult

64. Chilly = warm

65. Clean = dirty


66. Close = open

67. Cold = hot

68. Command = obey

69. Complex = simple

70. Compliment = insult

71. Constant = variable

72. Continue = interrupt

73. Cool = warm

74. Copy = original

75. Countrymen = foreigner

76. Crazy = sane

77. Crooked = straight

78. Cruel = kind

79. Cry = laugh

80. Curse = bless

81. Damage = improve

82. Dark = light

83. Dawn = sunset

84. Day = night

85. Deep = shallow

86. Destroy = create

87. Difficult = easy

88. Dim = bright

89. Divide = unite

90. Doubt = trust


91. Drunk = sober

92. Dull = sharp

93. Dumb = smart

94. Earth = sky

95. Easy = hard

96. Elementary = advanced

97. End = begin

98. Even = odd

99. Evening = morning

100. Evil = good

[4/8, 10:49 AM] +92 313 3146588: *30 Words You Can Use Instead of Just Adding ‘very’ To Everything!*

If you use the word “very” to describe something, there’s a better word out there. For example, instead
of saying you’re “very eager,” you might say you’re keen.

1. Very fancy : *lavish*

2. Very big : *immense*

3. Very hungry : *starving*

4. Very tasty : *delicious*

5. Very pretty : *gorgeous*

6. Very cold : *freezing*

7. Very good : *superb*

8. Very clever : *brilliant*

9. Very afraid : *terrified*

10. Very bright : *dazzling*

11. Very fast : *quick*


12. Very old : *ancient*

13. Very eager : *keen*

14. Very tired : *exhausted*

15. Very happy : *jubilant*

16. Very worried : *anxious*

17. Very valuable : *precious*

18. Very little : *tiny*

19. Very mean : *cruel*

20. Very accurate : *exact*

21. Very boring : *dull*

22. Very careful : *cautious*

23. Very cheap : *stingy*

24. Very clear : *obvious*

25. Very colorful : *vibrant*

26. Very excited : *thrilled*

27. Very expensive : *costly*

28. Very exciting : *exhilarating*

29. Very glad : *overjoyed*

30. Very great : *terrific*💔💔

[4/16, 11:31 AM] +92 313 3146588: *after / later*

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Use after + phrase, and use later alone (at the end of a sentence or phrase).

 I'll call you later.


I'll call you after I get home from work.

 First he bought a new car. Two weeks later, he bought a new motorcycle.

He bought a new motorcycle two weeks after he bought a car.

You can say "later + time period" to refer to an unspecified time in the future,

which is still within the period, for example:

 I'll finish the project later this week.

 We'll go on vacation later this year.

Never end a sentence with "after." Instead, you can use "afterwards"

 "Did you go straight home after the baseball game?"

"No, we went out for drinks after."

"No, we went out for drinks afterwards."

[4/16, 11:31 AM] +92 313 3146588: *aim / goal / objective*

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Many people use these words interchangeably; there is really very little difference
between them. In everyday spoken English, the most common word is goal. Aim

and objective are usually used in more formal writing.

One small difference is that an objective is more specific than a goal, for example:

 Our goal is to improve health care for children.

general

 Our objective is to provide 10,000 children with vaccines.

specific

However, in casual conversation, most people would use goal for both general and

specific things: My goal is to lose weight.

 My goal is to lose 20 pounds by the summer.

The words goal and objective are nouns, and the word aim can be a noun or a verb:

 The aim of this project is to increase our students' motivation.

aim = noun
 We're aiming to increase our students' motivation.

aim = verb

[4/19, 4:57 PM] +92 313 3146588: [4/18, 9:28 AM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: Words used in different parts of
speech.

🔴Any

Adjective. — Are there any witnesses present?

Pronoun. — Does any of you know anything about it?

Adverb. — Is that any better?

🔴As

Adverb. — We walked as fast as we could.

Conjunction. — As he was poor I helped him.

Pron. — She likes the same color as I do.

🔴Before

Adverb. — I have seen you before.

Preposition. — He came before the appointed time.

Conjunction. — He went away before I came.

🔴Better

Adjective. — I think yours is a better plan.

Adverb. — I know better.


Noun. — Give place to your betters.

Verb. — The boxes with which he provided me bettered the sample.

🔴Both

Adjective. — You cannot have it both ways.

Pronoun. — Both of them are dead.

Conjunction. — Both the cashier and the accountant are Saudis.

🔴mine

pronoun.--is a possessive pronoun, being a possessive form of I. It can refer to a singular or plural noun,
and it can be used as the subject, object, or complement of a verb or the object of a preposition:

The glass on the left is mine. ♦️Your hands aren't as big as mine.

noun.— a large hole or tunnel in the ground from which people take coal, gold etc

verb.--to dig a large hole or tunnel in the ground in order to get coal, gold etc

[4/18, 1:39 PM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: *English Tips*

🌀 ⭐️■ *Silent Words*

🛑 *Silent 👉🏽 N*

Damn 

Hymn

Autumn

Column 

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🛑 *Silent 👉🏽 D*

Wednesday 

Handsome

Badge

Handkerchief

Edge

Hedge 

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🛑 *Silent 👉🏽 G*

Sign 

Resign

Gnarl

Design

Foreigner

Gnome

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🛑 *Silent 👉🏽 U*

Guard 
Guess

Guitar

Building

Rogue

Guest

Biscuit

Tongue

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🛑 *Silent 👉🏽 H*

Why 

When

Which

What

Whether

Ghost

White

While

Honest 

〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰

🛑 *Silent 👉🏽 T*
Soften 

Listen

Match

Butcher

Castle

Christmas

〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰

🛑 *Silent 👉🏽 K*

Knot 

Knitting

Know

Knee

Knock

Knight

Knuckle

Knickers

〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰

🛑 *Silent 👉🏽 B*

Crumb 

Climbing
Thumb

Lamb

Doubt

Limb

Plumber

Bomb

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🛑 *Silent 👉🏽 L*

Palm 

Yolk

Almond

Salmon

Talk

Walk

Half

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🛑 *Silent 👉🏽 W*

Wreck 

Wrestling

Whole
Sword

Two

Wrong

Writing

Wrist

Wrinkle

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[4/18, 11:56 PM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: How to Write a paragraph or Article..

Brain storming..

Selecting topics

Choosing one topic

Making the first draft

Editing Draft

Proof Reading..

Topic sentence. Or . main idea of topic..

For example

I LOVE SUNDAYS

( main idea )

..
sub ideas.

1.. Sleep longer and at my favorite schedule.

2. I eat my favorite food

3. I watch or play my favorite games.

4. I visit my Relatives..

Now mini ideas details

I love Sundays because I sleep and wake at my favorite timings..

I usually sleep around 11:00, because I have to wake up at 07:000 am the next morning since I have to
go to office, however, on the weekends things are different, I sleep at midnight or even after the lark
since I don't have to Wake up for office the next day, so I stay up at night and sleep over in the the
morning, as usual I sleep for 7 to 8 hours in routine,but on weekends I sleep longer ......... This is just one
point Half Done ..

Now how I Teach you Essay Writing?

[4/18, 11:56 PM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: *Vocabularies*

*Feeling restless* - you feel

unable to relax or be still because you are bored, nervous or impatient

Ex. the children always feel restless in long journey

*Jobless person*- who does not have job like unemployed

Ex.
I am jobless...person

*Brainwash*- to force somebody to believe something by using strong mental pressure

Ex.. many network company brainwash people to take part in their work.

*Collaborate* -to work together (with somebody), especially to create or produce something

Ex. She collaborated with another author on the book.

*Create ruckus* - make

noisy, confused situation or argument

Ex. my kids creates too much ruckus.

*Prick*

to make a small hole in something or to cause somebody pain with a sharp point

Ex. I pricked my ears last day.

[4/18, 11:56 PM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: 🆒 *Qualities of a Leader* 💔💔


A leader is one who automatically inspires people to be like him/her.

A leader is one who is humble, polite and yet commanding!

A leader is one who leads by examples.

A leader is an epitome of self-belief, he/she is one who has the innate ability to build on ‘followers”
naturally!

You are a leader if you help others grow.💔💔

[4/18, 11:56 PM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: #phrasal_verb

🧫 Come out 🧫

(of dirt, a mark, etc.) To be removed from sth by washing or cleaning

🧼These ink stains won't come out of my dress.

🧼 Will the colour come out (= become faint or disappear) if I wash it?

🔰🔰🔰🔰🔰🔰🔰🔰🔰🔰

[4/18, 11:56 PM] Ahmad 🇵🇰❤️😘😘: 🔆 *Vocabulary Note*

◼️*Words for Today*

*incantation* : "Double, double toil and trouble / Fire burn, and cauldron bubble." These lines, cackled
by the Weird Sisters in Shakespeare's Macbeth, are part of the most famous incantation — or magic
spell made of words — in English literature.

*exile* : If you are exiled from a place, you must leave and not return. Such punishment is called exile.
For example, after he was removed from power, Napoleon lived in exile on the island of Elba.
*lackey* : A lackey is someone who works for someone else and tries to get ahead by kissing up to his
superiors. For example, a lackey might carry his employer's luggage or fetch her cappuccinos.

*gargoyle* : Gargoyle is a fearsome word for a monster. Fortunately, it's not a real monster. It's a
grotesque carved beast sticking out from the gutter of a building, especially in Gothic architecture.

*cyborg* : An organism that is partly mechanical and partly biological is a cyborg. The Star Wars
character Darth Vader is a good example of a cyborg: he's a person whose body has been improved
through technology. He's mainly, but not entirely, human.

*tome* : A tome is a large book. If you're pre-med, chances are you're going to have one heck of a tome
for your biology class. Tome is often used to refer to a book that is not only really large but also
unusually important.

*scribe* : A scribe is a term for someone employed to make written copies of documents. Before
printing was invented, the busy scribes in a village would write copies of all the legal documents.

*ensnare* : To ensnare something is to trap it. Instead of using snapping mousetraps, you might try to
ensnare the mice in your kitchen and set them free outside.

*flimsy* : You can describe weak, thin, and fragile things as flimsy. Onion smells are strong, onion skins
are flimsy. Blaming onions for making you cry during a sad movie, that's a flimsy excuse, when there are
no onions in the theater.

*banshee* : A banshee is a mythological creature that appears in Irish folklore and fairy tales. Banshees
are female spirits that supposedly wail just before a family member dies.

[4/19, 5:03 PM] +92 313 3146588: *Vocabulary Note*

◼️*Words for Today*


*Personify* : To personify is to give something lifeless human-like qualities — like when Emily Dickinson
wrote, "Because I could not stop for Death, He kindly stopped for me..."

*ambiguous* : Look to the adjective ambiguous when you need to describe something that's open to
more than one interpretation, like the headline "Squad helps dog bite victim."

*nonchalant* : If your friend is acting cool, unconcerned or in an indifferent manner, call him
nonchalant.

*tentative* : Choose the adjective tentative to describe something you are unsure or hesitant about. On
Monday, you can make tentative plans for the weekend, but it's too early to commit to one party or
another.

*furrow* : A furrow is a groove or a depression. Originally, furrows were created in soil for water to
flow. Now, its most common meaning is of a deep line or wrinkle on the face, as in a "furrowed brow."

*inexplicable* : Something inexplicable can't be explained. It doesn't make sense. You don't want to
come to the beach on the most beautiful day of the year? That's inexplicable!

*inexplicable* : Something inexplicable can't be explained. It doesn't make sense. You don't want to
come to the beach on the most beautiful day of the year? That's inexplicable!

*reverberate* : If you give a loud shout in a cavernous place, like a gym or a church, the sound of your
voice will reverberate throughout the room. Reverberate means sound waves traveling back and forth,
as in an echo.

*thwart* : A villain's worst nightmare is the superhero who always seems to thwart his efforts,
preventing him from carrying out his plans to take over the world.
*rendition* : A rendition is an interpretation, performance, or translation. Whitney Houston's rendition
of the Star Spangled Banner is still used at games today; Roseanne Barr's is not.

*Expressions in English*

▪️*to not feel like doing something:* -to not want to do something

I *don't feel like* working today.

-She *doesn't feel like* going to the park today. She wants to stay home.

▪️*to change one's mind:*

-to decide to do something different than what one originally decided to do.

I was going to visit Japan, but then I *changed my mind*. Now, I am going to visit China.

I was going to buy the blue car, but I *changed my mind* and I got the red car.

▪️*at the last minute:*

-right before a deadline or due date

He always waits to *the last minute* to do this work.

We finished at *the last minute*.

*Using the Word All*

- "My parents left me *all* alone."


- "Things felt *all* wrong."

- "It was *all* quiet in the house."

- "Is this *all* that is left?"

- "Is this *all* you want me to do today?"

- "I did *all* that you asked."

- " *All* are going to the movies, but I have to do homework."

- " *All* must attend the meeting."

- " *All* are invited to the party."

*_____*

[4/19, 8:36 PM] +92 313 3146588: *Today's lesson*

Today you have been given some words on which you have to make sentences these are really essential
for speaking and also for writing.

Words meanings

1) *look for* = try to find something or someone

2) *look after* = take care of/for someone or something.

3) *put up* (with) = tolerate someone or something.

4) *put on* = wear

5) *put off* = Postpone


6) *Get back* = return

7) *Get up* = wake up

8) *Take place* = happen /occur

Actually these words are phrasal verbs .

Def:

a group of words that functions as a verb and is made up of a verb and a preposition, an adverb, or both.

And their meaning is different from the combined meanings of the individual words.

Written by *waqar Ali*

[4/19, 8:40 PM] +92 313 3146588: Examples:

1)when he came here , he started *looking for* a job.

2)everyone should *look after* his or her neighbours.

3)he could not *put up* his injuries.

4)what will you *put on* today ?

5) we went there when meeting was *put off* for sometime.

6)you have to *get back* immediately for celebrating party.

7)when do you *get up* ?

8)this accident *took place* at 5 pm.

*#PREPOSITIONS_OF_TIME*

*#AT*

'At' is used for precise times

• *At* 10.30am

• *At* 8 o'clock

• *At* bedtime
• *At* breakfast

• *At* Christmas

• *At* dawn/dusk

• *At* dinnertime

• *At* midday

• *At* night/noon

• *At* Southern

• *At* sunrise/sunset

• *At* ten o'clock

• *At* that time

• *At* the beginning

• *At* the end

• *At* the moment

• *At* the present

• *At* the same time

• *At* the weekend

*#IN*

'In' is used for months, years, decades, centuries, and long periods of time

• *In* 16 year's time

• *In* 1991

• *In* December

• *In* January

• *In* the 1970's

• *In* the 21st century

• *In* the 70's


• *In* the afternoon

• *In* the Christmas holiday

• *In* the Dark Ages

• *In* the evening

• *In* the future

• *In* the morning

• *In* the past

• *In* the seventies

• *In* the Summer

• *In* this century

*#ON*

'On' is used for days and dates

• *On* a Summer evening

• *On* Christmas day

• *On* Christmas

• *On* Friday

• *On* holiday

• *On* January 3rd

• *On* my birthday

• *On* my wedding day

• *On* that day

• *On* the 10th

• *On* the 10th of January

• *On* the first day

• *On* the last day


• *On* Tuesday night

• *On* Wednesday

• *On* Wednesday

[4/3, 9:23 PM] +44 7587 697739: *The following are the hidden factors that can force people to live a
life they don't want:*

Being deceived by their subconscious minds:*

*In order to protect your ego, your subconscious mind might fool you into believing that you love what
you do..in order not to shock you...if you discovered that this is not what you wanted in life.*

[4/3, 9:23 PM] +44 7587 697739: False beliefs:*

*“Life is unfair” , “no one is happy” or “you can’t take everything you want”..are among the false beliefs
people form about life...*

*False beliefs are considered a perfect defense mechanism...after all acting being a victim..believing that
life is unfair...and that you are unlucky removes all the motivation to take responsibilities you have.*

[4/3, 9:23 PM] +44 7587 697739: *Those who have courage fight for what they want while others form
false beliefs in order to get rid of the responsibility.*

[4/3, 9:23 PM] +44 7587 697739: The herd behavior:* 

*Everyone works from 9-5 , everyone is not doing the things that they want to do and everyone is not
happy with their lives, so why would I be different??..*

*My answer is, it’s your choice, if you want to live an unhappy and a miserable life then do like all other
people who are living such lives...*

*but if you refuse to live like that...then you have to be different than everyone else.*
[4/3, 9:23 PM] +44 7587 697739: *Living the life you want is not hard or impossible you just have to
understand the real reasons that are preventing you from living this life you wish..*

*And face them with courage without giving up or forming false beliefs.*

[4/3, 9:23 PM] +44 7587 697739: *When you first fall in love with someone certain chemicals are
released in your body...which gives you the sensation of pleasure, joy and excitement....*

*Later on these chemicals disappear...and the feelings of love are felt through intimacy and closeness
instead of butterflies you previous felt in stomach*

[4/3, 9:23 PM] +44 7587 697739: Now what are the reasons that makes people to cheat in
relationships?

*Earlier i used to think that people cheat because they are not loyal or because this is how they were
raised..*

*but as i read more about psychology i discovered that there are many psychological reasons that makes
people to cheat in relationships...and that can be avoided if properly understood*

[4/3, 9:23 PM] +44 7587 697739: *The following are some of the psychological reasons that could make
a person cheat in a relationship:*

Relationship addiction and cheating:*

*Love addiction is one of the biggest reasons that drive people to cheat in relationships...Many people
are relationship addicts, they fall in love because they can't stand being alone...and as a result they run
towards any opportunity which shows up...*

[4/3, 9:23 PM] +44 7587 697739: *Later on those people discover that they have made the wrong choice
and so might start cheating in their relationships.*

[4/3, 9:23 PM] +44 7587 697739: Unmet psychological needs and cheating in relationships:*
*In order for a person to be loyal to his partner he must make the right choice...*

*A perfect partner would be the one that helps someone fulfill his unmet psychological needs...If the
person chose a partner that didn't help him meet his psychological needs then most probably those
unmet needs would make him unhappy and might motivate him to cheat...*

*One of the biggest reasons for cheating in relationships is making the incorrect choice.*

[4/3, 9:23 PM] +44 7587 697739: Lack of self understanding can lead to cheating in relationships:* 

*One of the reasons for cheating in relationships is lack of self understanding...*

*This point is the extension of the previous one...If the person didn't understand his exact psychological
needs...then he won't be able to choose a partner that can fulfill them and so won't be happy in the
relationship...*

*For example a man who has the psychological need of being in control..will certainly be unhappy with a
controlling wife.*

[4/3, 9:23 PM] +44 7587 697739: Lack of self confidence can lead to cheating:*

*A major reason for cheating in relationships is lack of self confidence.*

*The lack of self confidence can lead to cheating in two different ways..the first is wanting approval from
more than one person..as a result of having self doubts..*

*While the second is marrying someone you don't like as result of believing that you can't do better
then later on find approval from someone you like.*

[4/3, 9:23 PM] +44 7587 697739: Lack of knowledge can lead to cheating:*
*People who don't understand that passion fades by time might chase new partners for the sake of
attaining this passion once again...*

*Lack of proper knowledge about love and its stages might turn a person into a serial cheater who
chases some chemicals that fade away few months....after the relationship begins.*

[4/3, 9:23 PM] +44 7587 697739: Lastly wrong beliefs about love lead to cheating

*Thanks to Hollywood many people now think that love is the solution to all problems...*

*When a person gets into a relationship with the goal of experiencing ultimate happiness then finds that
nothing has changed....he might blame his partner instead of blaming his beliefs.*

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: Believe in yourself! Have faith in your abilities! Without a humble but
reasonable confidence in your own powers you cannot be successful or happy.

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: Where there is a will, there is a way. If there is a chance in a million
that you can do something, anything, to keep what you want from ending, do it. Pry the door open or, if
need be, wedge your foot in that door and keep it open.

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: A significant person in one's life is perhaps the greatest source of
inspiration. Jesus is the most significant person in billions of people's lives and he has been for over the
last two millenniums.

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: In doing things in life, it is essential that you know your achievements.
This will considerably lift you up and get more motivated in working out towards your goal.

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: Inspiration is not just for writers. It is a wonderful asset for achieving
your dreams in any walk of life.

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: Growing up it was taught that you should not make any mistakes, you
should stay successful all the time. However, what I realized was this, my mistakes in some cases
thought me more about life and myself than my successes.

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: Be with the person who drives you to be more positive in life. This is
where you put relationship as the 'center' of your life, and make them as your.

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: We only live this life once and the more time that you can spend living
from inspiration, the better it is.
[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: Having a specific meaning and purpose in your life helps to encourage
you towards living a fulfilling and inspired life.

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: All is possible with the will to change, some self-motivation. It is your
life; you are at the helm!

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: We are all travelers in the wilderness of this world, and the best we
can find in our travels is an honest friend

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: The most basic and powerful way to connect to another person is to
listen. Just listen. Perhaps the most important thing we ever give each other is our attention… A loving
silence often has far more power to heal and to connect than the most well-intentioned words.

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: Negative thinking patterns will prevent you from doing many of the
things that you need to do in order to build the extreme confidence that is required to live the life of
your dreams.

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: If you will know yourselves, then you will be known and you will know
that you are the sons of the living father. But if you do not know yourselves, then you are in poverty and
you are poverty.

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: If you want to be perfect, go, sell your possessions and give to the
poor, and you will have treasure in heaven.

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: The function of prayer is not to influence God, but rather to change
the nature of the one who prays.

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: One of the most spiritual things you can do is embrace your humanity.
Connect with those around you today. Say, “I love you”, “I’m sorry”, “I appreciate you”, “I’m proud of
you”…whatever you’re feeling. Send random texts, write a cute note, embrace your truth and share it…
cause a smile today for someone else…and give plenty of hugs.

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: If you will know yourselves, then you will be known and you will know
that you are the sons of the living father. But if you do not know yourselves, then you are in poverty and
you are poverty.

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: The phrase ‘do not be afraid’ is written in the Bible 365 times. That’s a
daily reminder from God to live every day being fearless.

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: If you want to be perfect, go, sell your possessions and give to the
poor, and you will have treasure in heaven.

[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: The greatest good you can do for another is not just share your riches,
but to reveal to him his own.
[4/7, 2:54 PM] +44 7587 697739: We are all travelers in the wilderness of this world, and the best we
can find in our travels is an honest friend


[4/9, 12:56 PM] +92 310 3533312: *Read N' Record* 🎙

*_From Barcelona, Spain_*

Anyone who comes to my country really should spend some time in Barcelona … it’s a beautiful place …
it’s not what you would call a sprawling city … it’s quite compact really and you could walk across the
city in a couple of hours … but there’s no need to do that as we have a fantastic public transport system
so it’s easy to get around … there are various districts all with their own character … you have the
upmarket shops in the centre … you’ll find lots of chain stores you’ll recognise from your own country
but also local brands as well … we have the narrow streets in the Gothic district with lots of fashionable
boutiques and tourist attractions … there’s the Olympic area and the beaches along the coast … and
dotted around the city are some lovely public spaces … parks and squares in the city centre and on the
outskirts of Barcelona where people relax with their friends and family … and of course pavement cafes
everywhere … all that and some great historical places of interest … so it's a great destination for
tourists.

*_____*

[4/9, 12:56 PM] +92 310 3533312: ☘☘☘🍁🍁🍁🍀🍀🍀🍂🍂🍂🌿🌿🌿🍃🍃🍃Thinking Out of the Box (Creative Thinking):

In a small Italian town, hundreds of years ago, a small business owner owed a large sum of money to a
loan-shark. The loan-shark was a very old, unattractive looking guy that just so happened to fancy the
business owner’s daughter.

He decided to offer the businessman a deal that would completely wipe out the debt he owed him.
However, the catch was that we would only wipe out the debt if he could marry the businessman’s
daughter.

Needless to say, this proposal was met with a look of disgust.


The loan-shark said that he would place two pebbles into a bag, one white and one black.

The daughter would then have to reach into the bag and pick out a pebble. If it was black, the debt
would be wiped, but the loan-shark would then marry her. If it was white, the debt would also be wiped,
but the daughter wouldn’t have to marry the loan-shark.

Standing on a pebble-strewn path in the businessman’s garden, the loan-shark bent over and picked up
two pebbles.

Whilst he was picking them up, the daughter noticed that he’d picked up two black pebbles and placed
them both into the bag.

He then asked the daughter to reach into the bag and pick one.

The daughter naturally had three choices as to what she could have done:

Refuse to pick a pebble from the bag.

Take both pebbles out of the bag and expose the loan-shark for cheating.

Pick a pebble from the bag fully well knowing it was black and sacrifice herself for her father’s freedom.

She drew out a pebble from the bag, and before looking at it ‘accidentally’ dropped it into the midst of
the other pebbles. She said to the loan-shark;

“Oh, how clumsy of me. Never mind, if you look into the bag for the one that is left, you will be able to
tell which pebble I picked.”

The pebble left in the bag is obviously black, and seeing as the loan-shark didn’t want to be exposed, he
had to play along as if the pebble the daughter dropped was white, and clear her father’s debt.
Moral of the story:

It’s always possible to overcome a tough situation throughout of the box thinking, and not give in to the
only options you think you have to pick from.

🌹🌹 *Rupesh*✍🌹🌹

[4/9, 12:56 PM] +92 310 3533312: Read and Record 🎤🎤🎤🎤🎤🎤🎤

A boy and a girl were playing together. The boy had a collection of marbles. The girl had some sweets
with her. The boy told the girl that he will give her all his marbles in exchange for her sweets. The girl
agreed.

The boy kept the biggest and the most beautiful marble aside and gave the rest to the girl. The girl gave
him all her sweets as she had promised.

That night, the girl slept peacefully. But the boy couldn't sleep as he kept wondering if the girl had
hidden some sweets from him the way he had hidden his best marble.

Moral : If you don't give your hundred percent in any relationship, you will always worry if other is giving
his or her hundred percent or not. Be honest and live peacefully.

[4/9, 12:56 PM] +92 310 3533312: ☘☘☘🍁🍁🍁🍀🍀🍀🍂🍂🍂🌿🌿🌿🍃🍃🍃The Blind Girl (Change):

There was a blind girl who hated herself purely for the fact she was blind. The only person she didn’t
hate was her loving boyfriend, as he was always there for her. She said that if she could only see the
world, she would marry him.

One day, someone donated a pair of eyes to her – now she could see everything, including her
boyfriend. Her boyfriend asked her, “now that you can see the world, will you marry me?”
The girl was shocked when she saw that her boyfriend was blind too, and refused to marry him. Her
boyfriend walked away in tears, and later wrote a letter to her saying:

“Just take care of my eyes dear.”

Moral of the story:

When our circumstances change, so does our mind. Some people may not be able to see the way things
were before, and might not be able to appreciate them. There are many things to take away from this
story, not just one.

This is one of the inspirational short stories that left me speechless.

🌹🌹 *Rupesh*✍🌹🌹

[4/9, 12:56 PM] +92 310 3533312: 33 curiosities about the Movie "TITANIC (1997)"

1. Studios wanted Matthew McConaughey to play Jack, but James Cameron insisted on having Leonardo
DiCaprio play the role.

2. Gloria Stuart was the only person who worked on the film who was actually living in 1912 when the
Titanic sunk.

With her nomination for Best Supporting Actress at age 87, Gloria Stuart became the oldest person to
ever be nominated for an Oscar.

3. On the set of Titanic, Leonardo DiCaprio's pet lizard was run over by a truck, but with some TLC, Leo
nursed him back to life.

4. On the final night of shooting in Nova Scotia, one or more pranksters mixed PCP (angel dust) into the
clam chowder served to the cast and crew. 80 people were sent to the hospital with hallucinations.
_

5. Reba McEntire was offered and had accepted the role of Molly Brown, but due to later schedule
conflicts, had to turn it down.

6. Kate Winslet was one of the few actors who didn't want to wear a wetsuit during the water scenes. As
a result, she got pneumonia.

7. The cost to construct the Titanic in 1910-1912 was $7.5 million which was about $120 to $150 million
in 1997 dollars. The movie cost $200 million to make.

8. Titanic was the first film to be released on video while it was still being shown in theaters.

9. Old Rose in the movie owns a Pomeranian. A Pomeranian was one of only three dogs known to have
survived the disaster.

As the real ship sank, a passenger freed dogs from their kennels and a survivor later recalled a French
bulldog swimming in the ocean. James Cameron filmed scenes portraying the poor animals but cut
them.

10. James Cameron originally wanted Enya to compose the score for the film and even went so far as to
assemble a rough edit using her music. When Enya declined, Cameron hired James Horner.
_

11. James Cameron drew all the pictures in Jack's sketchbook. The hands seen sketching Rose were not
Jack's but Cameron's.

12. The coat Rose wore when the ship was sinking was a size 8 while the rest of the gowns were a size 4.
It was made larger to make Rose look more vulnerable in the sinking scenes.

13. The elderly couple seen hugging on the bed while water floods their room are the owners of Macy's
department store in New York; Ida and Isidor Strauss, both of whom died on the Titanic.

Ida was offered a seat on a lifeboat but refused so that she could stay with her husband saying, "As we
have lived together, so we shall die together." There was a scene filmed that depicted this moment but
was cut from the final version.

14. After filming, the remains of the ship were sold as scrap metal.

15. Gwyneth Paltrow was up for the role of Rose.

Nicole Kidman, Madonna, Jodie Foster, Cameron Diaz and Sharon Stone were all considered for Rose as
well.

16. After finding out that she was going to be naked in front of Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet decided
to break the ice by flashing him the first time they met.
_

17. The ship exterior set was constructed in a tank on a beach south of Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico.

18. The entire set was mounted on hydraulic jacks and could be tilted up to 6&degrees.

19. The water was 3 feet deep.

20. In the scene where the water comes crashing into the Grand Staircase room, the film makers only
had one shot at it because the entire set and furnishings were going to be destroyed in the shot.

21. The were drinking root beer.

22. Robert De Niro was offered the role of Captain Smith but turned it down due to a gastrointestinal
infection at the time.

23. The stuntmen in the engine room scenes were only about 5 feet tall to make the engine room look
bigger.

24. The film was originally called "Planet Ice".


_

It was a decoy title.

25. James Cameron spent more time with the ship than its living passengers did.

26. After James Cameron finished the script, he discovered that there was a real "J. Dawson" who died
aboard the Titanic.

27. Most of the decor on the ship was under the supervision of researchers of the White Star Line, the
original company which constructed and furnished the Titanic.

28. The piece of wooden paneling that Rose floated on after the sinking is based upon a genuine artifact
that survived the sinking and is on display at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax, Nova
Scotia.

29. When Jack is preparing to draw Rose, he tells her to "Lie on that bed, uh I mean couch." The line was
scripted "Lie on that couch", but DiCaprio made a mistake. James Cameron liked it, so he kept it.

30. James Cameron did not want to include any song in the film.

_
The composer, James Horner, secretly arranged with lyricist Will Jennings and singer Céline Dion to write
"My Heart Will Go On" and record a demo tape. Cameron responded favorably to the demo and decided
to include the song over the closing credits.

31. Paramount had to send out replacement reels because theaters literally wore out their copies.

32. The most expensive first-class suite on the Titanic cost $4,350, the equivalent of about $75,000
today.

33. Titanic was the first film James Cameron ever directed that did not include or mention nuclear
weapons.

🚢🎬🎭

[4/9, 12:56 PM] +92 310 3533312: *Read and Record* 🎙

🌍 *Old Woman Learns to Read*

This news is about an 84-year-old woman from the UK. Her name is Ursula and she left school in 1944
*#unable* to read. She had no time to learn to read because she had to look after her ill parents.

Ursula felt sad that she could not read the papers or books like other people. She decided to learn to
read now, in her 80s. She hopes that she can *#inspire* other people to read too.

🔹unable: (not able; if you are able to do something, you can do it),

🔸inspire: (motivate, help, make do something good).

[4/9, 12:56 PM] +92 310 3533312: 📖 *Today's Topic*


*Books*

1. Do you like reading books?

2. What types of books do you like?

3. What’s the last book you read?

4. What’s your favorite book?

5. What book is overrated?

6. Are there any books you would really recommend I read?

[4/9, 12:57 PM] +92 310 3533312: 🔆 *Vocabulary Note*

◼️*Words for today:*

*Accustomed* : If you're accustomed to something, you're used to it. Being accustomed has to do with
habits and lifestyle.

*fascinating* : Something fascinating really captures your interest: you can't take your eyes off it or can't
wait to learn more about it.

*discomfort* : Discomfort is the feeling of irritation, soreness, or pain that, though not severe, is
annoying. Every year, people who get a cold or the flu experience a few days of discomfort.
*preferably* : The adverb preferably refers to the most desirable choice. You could say you were looking
for a new car, preferably a hybrid. That means that a hybrid is the kind of car you would choose over any
other kind.

*companion* : A companion is one who serves as a friend or partner in something. Whether it’s travel
or dinner or card-playing, your companion is the one who does it with you.

*injustice* : Life isn’t fair, and that quality is exactly what defines injustice: something unfair that
happens, often in violation of a basic human right.

*monotony* : Monotony is when you have too much of a boring thing: one tone of voice going on and
on, one piece of flat music playing over and over, one infomercial droning on and on. There is no variety
in monotony.

*appreciation* : When you have an appreciation for something, you can see and truly understand its
good qualities. One way to show your appreciation for a particularly wonderful musical performance is
to give a standing ovation when it's over.

*commute* : A commute is a journey you take from home to work and back again. You might enjoy your
subway commute because it gives you lots of time to read.

*pamphlet* : A pamphlet is a little booklet with a soft (usually paper) cover that briefly addresses a
particular subject of interest.

*____*

[4/9, 12:57 PM] +92 310 3533312: 🔆 *Vocabulary Note*

◼️*Words for today:*


*Ravishing* : The adjective ravishing describes something or someone of exceptional beauty. If you say
the dress your friend picked for the prom is ravishing, you mean it's beautiful and she looks beautiful in
it.

*Dismayed* : When you're dismayed, you're aghast, or shocked by disappointment. Your dismayed
teacher's face showed that she expected the test grades to be much higher.

*Grunt* : If your younger brother is particularly grouchy, he might simply grunt in answer to your
question about whose turn it is to take out the garbage. A grunt is a short, deep sound.

*huddle* : In a football game, a huddle is a quick conference before a play. Huddle can also be a dense
and disorganized crowd, like a group of people standing under an awning waiting for the rain to pass.

*triumph* : A triumph is a well-earned victory. It'll make you pump your fist and yell "Hurrah!"

*sweltering* : Sweltering means uncomfortably hot. Walking home from work on a sweltering day will
leave you sweating.

*embroider* : To embroider means to decorate with needlework. Picture your great grandmother's
pillowcases or Hester Prynne's famous scarlet letter "A" — both of those objects are probably
embroidered.

*spacious* : If you’re feeling cramped in your current residence, you’re probably longing for a more
spacious place to live. Spacious is an adjective that means "roomy" or "having plenty of room."

*emperor* : Forget prime ministers, presidents or even kings or queens: an emperor was the biggest,
baddest ruler of them all — the leader of undisputed power who controlled a nation or, more usually, a
number of subjugated nations known collectively as an empire.
*commotion* : A commotion is a noisy disturbance. If you're trying to quietly concentrate on reading
this, you wouldn't want the person next to you to cause a commotion, or it would distract you.

*chiffon* : Chiffon is a fabric that’s light and silky. You have probably seen a slip or a dress made out of
chiffon.

*_____*

[4/9, 12:57 PM] +92 310 3533312: *Read and Record* 🎙

🗑 *Rubbish in a Neighbourhood*

In Colombo, Sri Lanka, a hill of trash sat next to a poor neighbourhood. The *#residents* there lived in
*#tiny homes* and protested against the situation, but then the worst happened.

The trash fell down onto the homes, killed 17 people, and injured 13 more. Soldiers looked for other
people who might be *#trapped*. Over 600 people had to leave.

One man said that they protested to the police before the incident, but the police beat them and
arrested them. He said that now the police were there to help, but what could they do now?

📝 *Difficult words:*

▪️resident (a person who lives somewhere)

▪️tiny (very small)

▪️trapped (not able to move under


[4/9, 1:14 PM] +92 310 3533312: *PHRASAL VERBS WITH TAKE* ♥️*EXERCISE*

_Each sentence given below contains an incomplete phrasal verb. Complete the expression by supplying
a suitable preposition or adverb particle. Choose your answer from the options given._

1. She takes ______ her grandmother.

in

off

after

2. They assaulted the watchmen and took many precious paintings ______ .

off

down

away

3. These shoes don’t fit. I am going to take them ______ to the store.

away

back

off

4. Don’t take him ______ an idiot.

in

for

off

5. The dress was loose for me so I took it to the tailor and got it taken ______
out

in

off

6. Please take your shoes ______ before entering the temple.

away

down

off

7. How are you going to meet the deadlines if you take ______ too many projects?

in

on

out

8. If you love Susie why don’t you take her ______ on a date?

in

up

out

9. He took ______ farming after retirement.

in

out

up

10. We will take this issue ______ when we meet next week.
up

on

over

[4/9, 1:15 PM] +92 310 3533312: ⚜⚜⚜⚜⚜⚜⚜⚜⚜

*Idioms of the day*

🧪AN ACID TEST🧪

an event that will show the true value of something or someone.

Eg: This match will be an acid test for his skills.

*☁️FALL FROM GRACE ☁️*

someone who has done a thing which caused big loss as losing respect or popularity

Eg: that last scandal was a fall from grace for him.

🦷Kick in the teeth🦷

To feel that u were treated poorly

Eg: he thinks the refusing of his behaviors by some friends a kick in the teeth .

[4/9, 1:15 PM] +92 310 3533312: 💦 After the 93 year old man in Italy got better in the hospital, he was
told to pay for the ventilator for one day, and the old man started to cry. The doctor advised him not to
cry over the bill.
What the old man said made all the doctors cry.

The Old man said,

"I don't cry because of the money I have to pay. I can pay all the money." *I cry because I have been
breathing God's air for 93 years, but I never had to pay anything for it. But for using a ventilator in your
hospital for just one day i have to pay €5,000. I realise now how much I owe God ? I never thanked God
for it before."*

The truth of the above news can't be verified, but the old man's words are worth our reflection.

When we breathe air freely without pain or illness, none of us take the air seriously bcz we take it for
granted. Only when we enter the hospital we know the value of air, that even breathing oxygen with a
ventilator costs money!

🙏🏽 *Praise God we can breathe freely..!* 💐👏🏽

[4/9, 1:15 PM] +92 310 3533312: *If you feel like you are losing everything, Remember trees lose leaves
every year, and they still stand tall and wait for better days to come*

_Muhammed shafi India_

[4/9, 1:15 PM] +92 310 3533312: Love Yourself

Justin Bieber

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For all the times that you rain on my parade

And all the clubs you get in using my name

You think you broke my heart

Oh, girl, for goodness sake

You think I'm crying on my own, well, I ain't

And I didn't wanna write a song

'Cause I didn't want anyone thinking I still care

I don't, but you still hit my phone up

And, baby, I've been movin' on

And I think you should be somethin'

I don't wanna hold back

Maybe you should know that

My mama don't like you and she likes everyone

And I never like to admit that I was wrong

And I've been so caught up in my job

Didn't see what's going on

And now I know

I'm better sleeping on my own

'Cause if you like the way you look that much

Oh, baby, you should go and love yourself

And if you think that I'm still holdin' on to somethin'

You should go and love yourself


When you told me that you hated my friends

The only problem was with you and not them

And every time you told me my opinion was wrong

And tried to make me forget where I came from

And I didn't wanna write a song

'Cause I didn't want anyone thinking I still care

I don't, but you still hit my phone up

And, baby, I've been movin' on

And I think you should be somethin'

I don't wanna hold back

Maybe you should know that

My mama don't like you and she likes everyone

And I never like to admit that I was wrong

And I've been so caught up in my job

Didn't see what's going on

And now I know

I'm better sleeping on my own

'Cause if you like the way you look that much

Oh, baby, you should go and love yourself

And if you think that I'm still holdin' on to somethin'

You should go and love yourself

For all the times that you made me feel small

I fell in love, now I feel nothing at all

I never felt so low when I was vulnerable


Was I a fool to let you break down my walls?

'Cause if you like the way you look that much

Oh, baby, you should go and love yourself

And if you think that I'm still holdin' on to somethin'

You should go and love yourself

'Cause if you like the way you look that much

Oh, baby, you should go and love yourself

And if you think that I'm still holdin' on to somethin'

You should go and love yourself

[4/9, 1:15 PM] +92 310 3533312: *Don’t Be Afraid*

Here we are, afraid of losing what we have all the time, holding on to it so tight that not a soul can touch
it. We think by hiding it from the world, it’s hidden and it’s ours. Nothing is. Nothing ever will be. For,
nothing ever was.

If you think there is anything that you have, that’s yours, be it money, a house, a job, or a girlfriend… it’s
nothing but an illusion. It’ll all disappear… in one blow. One blow, my man.

Here we are, so insecure that we are afraid of re-starting our lives, so we just carry on trying to sort out
the current mess. The thought that we should give it all up and just start all over – with nothing – might
cross our minds some time, sure, but we get scared and we push away anything that scares us.

There is nothing I can ever achieve or gain that I cannot lose, in a matter of seconds. You have never
gained enough to not be able to lose it all, in just a few minutes. What you think is yours, was never
yours and will never be yours. Whatever you make here, you leave here. You came naked and you’re
going to go back naked.

So what are you afraid of?


Let all be lost. Let them take away everything. As long as you have your heart beating strong, as long as
you have your nostrils working fine, as long as the blood flows in your veins, you will live, you will
breathe and you can get it all back… again and again. For, if you can do it once, you can damn well do it
again. It’s just a game we play – Life.

By Rohit Wadhwaney

[4/9, 1:15 PM] +92 310 3533312: ⏰⏰👇


🕰👇🕰👇 idioms related to time👇 *

📚Enhance your knowledge dear friends 📝📚

Check out these 15 popular idioms related to time with their meaning and an example.

*⌚Time flies*

⏳Meaning:

Time passes extremely quickly

⌛Example:

Look how fast our children grew up, how time flies.

*⏰It’s high time*

⏳Meaning:
It’s the right time to do something, or past the appropriate time to do something.

⌛Examine :It’s high time he met with me to resolve this issue.

*⏰Third time’s a charm*

⏳Meaning: The third time you do something it will finally work.

⌛Example: I had to ask her out three times before she said yes. Well you know… Third time’s a charm.

*🕰Beat the clock*

⏳Meaning: Finish something before time is up, before a deadline.

⌛Example: Although she was late to the exam, she managed to beat the clock and finished all of it 10
minutes before the end.

*⌚Better late than never*


⏳Meaning: Doing something late is better than not doing it at all. It can be used sarcastically if someone
is very late.

⌛Example: Well hello John. Better late than never, huh? Class started half an hour ago.

*⏰At the eleventh hour*

⏳Meaning: Almost too late or at the last possible moment.

⌛Example: We barely made the deadline, there was so much to do in this project we turned it in at the
eleventh hour.

*⌚In the long run*

⏳Meaning: In the long term, over a long period of time.

⌛Example: I hate having so much after school activities now, but I know in the long run this will be
beneficial for me.

*⌚Make up for lost time*


⏳Meaning: To catch up, to do something intensely to make up for a long period of not doing it.

⌛Example: Where have you been for so long? I ran into Katie, we had to make up for lost time and
talked for hours.

*⏰In the nick of time*

⏳Meaning: at the last possible moment, just before it’s too late.

⌛Example: I made it to the wedding in the nick of time, I almost missed the ceremony.

*⌚Ship has sailed*

⏳Meaning: A lost opportunity, missed shot.

⌛Example: I should call Annie, I’ve been thinking about her lately. Sorry Chad, that ship has sailed. She
got married last month.

*🕰Around the clock*


⏳Meaning: for 24 hours, without stopping.

⌛Example: I know it’s very late, but I really feel ill. Do you know which pharmacy is open around the
clock?

*⌚Call it a day*

⏳Meaning: To finish working on something, a day’s work’s been completed.

⌛Example: We’ve been working for a long time on this with no progress. Let’s call it a day and come
with new ideas tomorrow.

*🕰In one stroke*

⏳Meaning: Immediately, at the same time.

⌛Example: I went out to run errands and managed to do everything on one stroke.

*⌚Not born yesterday*


⏳Meaning: Experienced, not naïve or easily fooled.

⌛Example: You can’t expect me to believe that the vase broke itself. I wasn’t born yesterday, you were
playing ball with the dog in the house again!

*⏰On someone’s watch*

⏳Meaning: during the time that someone is in charge, while someone is on duty.

⌛Example: Mark has got a bruise on his leg again. Why do kids always get hurt on your watch. 📝

[4/9, 1:38 PM] +92 310 3533312: Reading practice 🎤🎤🎤

What is Grammar?

Grammar

And why grammar is your friend...

grammar (noun): the structure and system of a language, or of languages in general, usually considered
to consist of syntax and morphology

Grammar is the system of a language. People sometimes describe grammar as the "rules" of a language;
but in fact no language has rules*. If we use the word "rules", we suggest that somebody created the
rules first and then spoke the language, like a new game. But languages did not start like that. Languages
started by people making sounds which evolved into words, phrases and sentences. No commonly-
spoken language is fixed. All languages change over time. What we call "grammar" is simply a reflection
of a language at a particular time.
Do we need to study grammar to learn a language? The short answer is "no". Very many people in the
world speak their own, native language without having studied its grammar. Children start to speak
before they even know the word "grammar". But if you are serious about learning a foreign language,
the long answer is "yes, grammar can help you to learn a language more quickly and more efficiently."
It's important to think of grammar as something that can help you, like a friend. When you understand
the grammar (or system) of a language, you can understand many things yourself, without having to ask
a teacher or look in a book.

So think of grammar as something good, something positive, something that you can use to find your
way - like a signpost or a map.

*Except invented languages like Esperanto. And if Esperanto were widely spoken, its rules would soon
be very different.

[4/9, 1:38 PM] +92 310 3533312: Read and study...🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃

What is cholesterol? Cholesterol is a waxy, fat-like substance that's found in all the cells in your body.
Your body needs some cholesterol to make hormones, vitamin D, and substances that help you digest
foods. Your body makes all the cholesterol it needs.

A normal total cholesterol level for adults without heart disease is less than 200 mg/dL. An HDL
cholesterol level of 60 mg/dL and above is considered protective against heart disease, while a level less
than 50 mg/dL for women or 40 mg/dL for men is considered a major risk factor for heart disease.

Your body needs cholesterol to build healthy cells, but high levels of cholesterol can increase your risk of
heart disease. With high cholesterol, you can develop fatty deposits in your blood vessels. ... Sometimes,
those deposits can break suddenly and form a clot that causes a heart attack or stroke.

Total cholesterol levels less than 200 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) are considered desirable for adults.
A reading between 200 and 239 mg/dL is considered borderline high and a reading of 240 mg/dL and
above is considered high. LDL cholesterol levels should be less than 100 mg/dL.

There is compelling evidence that your level of stress can cause an increase in bad cholesterol indirectly.
For example, one study found that stress is positively linked to having less healthy dietary habits, a
higher body weight, and a less healthy diet, all of which are known risk factors for high cholesterol.
Many different factors can contribute to high blood cholesterol, including lifestyle factors like smoking,
an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise, as well as having an underlying condition, such as high blood
pressure or diabetes.

Sleeping less than five hours at night raised the risk of high triglycerides and low HDL levels in women. ...
Too little sleep also leads to high levels of LDL cholesterol.

Excess sugar is known to contribute to obesity, diabetes, and other conditions linked to heart disease,
and now new research links it to unhealthy cholesterol and triglyceride levels. People in the study who
ate the most added sugar had the lowest HDL, or good cholesterol, and the highest blood triglyceride
levels.

[4/9, 1:38 PM] +92 310 3533312: Phrasal verb/Meaning

(1) *Carry on*

👉 Continue

🔷Ex: Carry on with your studies.

(2) *Passed out*

👉 Fainted

🔷Ex: He passed out from exhaustion.

(3) *Passed away*

👉 Died

🔷Ex : My neighbor has passed away.

(4) *Look for*

👉 Search

🔷Ex: Look for your shoes in the closet.


( *5)Look after*

👉 Take care

🔷Ex: Look after your siblings while your parents are out.

(6) *Hold on*

👉 Wait a short time

🔷Ex: Could you please hold on a minute?

(7) *Ran out*

👉 To have nothing left(None)

🔷Ex: My pen stopped writing because it ran out of ink.

(8)Wake up

👉 Revive ' to end sleep.

🔷Ex: Wake up! It's time for the day to begin.

(9:) *Go back*

👉 Return to a specific place or time.

🔷Ex: You'll have to go back and re-read the papers to understand the question.

(10) *Give up*

👉 Stop trying
Don't give up on your goals!

(11) *Take off*

👉 Start the flight and take on your journey/Remove the barriers.

🔷Ex: You'll have to take off your fears before you can begin to fly.

(12 *)Run away*

👉 Escape or flee

🔷Don't run away from your problems , but stand and face them.

[4/9, 1:38 PM] +92 310 3533312: While they appear very similar, sometime, sometimes, and some time
have slightly different meanings.

❗️*Sometime* means a vague point in time, and usually refers to a long amount of time.

‼️*Sometimes* means occasionally.

⁉️*Some time* refers to a period of time.

[4/9, 1:38 PM] +92 310 3533312: ✅Difference between marriage and wedding..

📕Marriage refers to the relationship, the long term sharing of two lives.

📘But, Wedding refers to the specific ceremony that unites two people in marriage.

The idiomatic usage is to talk about a "wedding anniversary" which is to say the anniversary of the day
on which the ceremony took place.

📕So a wedding is a collective name used for all the ceremonies and rituals that take place to give social
acceptance to the relationship between two people,
📘whereas marriage is the name of a life long institution, which starts after the wedding.

✅A marriage is a long term relationship between two individuals.

✅ A wedding, on the other hand, is the ceremony of getting married.

📕Therefore, “You are invited to my wedding.” is correct and “You are invited to my marriage”. is
incorrect usage.

[4/9, 3:28 PM] +92 310 3533312: ●▬▬๑۩ _Active English_ ۩๑▬▬▬●

*It's All Over*

"I don't have anything to do with her anymore," Robert swore to his girlfriend Wanda. Yet he admitted
that Sharon, his ex-girlfriend, was still sending him emails. He said that he had stopped responding to
her emails a year ago, when he and Wanda had started dating. Then why was she still sending emails to
him, Wanda demanded. Robert said he figured that she was lonely. He didn't really know, because he
always deleted her emails without reading them.

"So," Wanda asked, "you told her that you and I were dating, and you told her to stop emailing you. Yet
she continued sending you emails. But you always deleted them without reading them. Is that correct?"
Robert answered yes, that was 100 percent correct. "I don't believe you," Wanda said.

She believed that something was going on. She believed that they were playing her for a fool. It takes
two to tango. Robert was not only reading, but also responding to, every email that Sharon sent him. As
far as Wanda was concerned, Sharon still loved Robert and he wasn't discouraging her. He said he was
through with Sharon, but his phone was often busy late at night when Wanda tried to call him. When
Wanda asked who he was talking to, he always said it was his investment company.

"Why don't you just block her emails—then you won't have to bother deleting them?" Wanda asked.
Robert said he hadn't thought about doing that. A day later, Wanda sent Robert something else he
hadn't thought about—a Dear John email. It was short and to the point: "Have a nice life with Sharon."

[4/9, 3:28 PM] +92 310 3533312: Life

Fish can't climb trees and monkeys can't swim in seas. Everyone has different abilities. Stop comparing!

Live with 3E’s - 

Energy, Enthusiasm and Empathy.

Spend more time with people over the age of 70 and under the 6. 

You'll feel more happy and stress-free.

Try to make atleast 3 people smile everyday.

Don't waste your precious energy on thinking about past. Instead, invest your energy on positive
present moment.

Life isn't fair, but it's really good.

You don't have to win every argument. 

Agree to disagree.

Forgive everyone for everything.

Life is too short to hate others.

No matter how you feel, get up, dress up and show up!! Be compassionate.

Sometimes sacrificing for others is good thing. It isn't stereotype.

Envy is waste of time. 

You already have all you need.

Time heals almost everything. 


Give time, time!

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*~PRESENT PERFECT OR PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS~*

Often there is very little difference between the present perfect simple and the present perfect
continuous. In many cases, both are equally acceptable.

✏️They've been working here for a long time but Andy has worked here for even longer.

✏️I've lived here for 10 years and she has been living here for 12 years.

*To emphasize the action, we use the continuous form.*

✏️We've been working really hard for a couple of months.

✏️She's been having a hard time.

*To emphasize the result of the action, we use the simple form.*

✏️I've made fifteen phone calls this morning.

✏️He's written a very good report.

*Look at the difference in these examples.*


✏️I've been reading this book for two months but I've only read half of it. It's very difficult to read.

✏️She's been trying to convince him for 20 minutes but she hasn't managed to yet.

✏️They've been talking about this for month and they still haven't found a solution.

*When an action is finished and you can see the results, use the continuous form.*

✏️The phone bill is enormous. You've been calling your boyfriend in Australia, haven't you?

✏️You're red in the face. Have you been running?

*When you use the words 'ever' or 'never', use the simple form.*

✏️I don't know them. I've never met them.

✏️Have you ever heard anything so strange in your lif

[4/9, 3:28 PM] +92 310 3533312: 1. Laughter is good for your heart.

2. Deep breathing may help you lose weight

3. Meditating is better for your mental health than a vacation.

4. Just 10 minutes of daily exercise can save your health.


5. Your poor sleep habits can make you gain weight.

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[4/9, 3:28 PM] +92 310 3533312: 🖐Today's topic 👇

🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺

-A funny story happened to you and you can't forget.

👉Note👇

-Try to make your voice clear by speaking near your phone .

- If you're fluent , try to slow down so that the rest of the members try to understand what you say.

- Please, raise your voice

[4/9, 3:28 PM] +92 310 3533312: ☀️

Morning guys

Forget who hurt you yesterday,

but don’t forget

those who love you everyday.

Forget the past that makes you cry

and focus on the present

that makes you smile.

Forget the pain,

but never the lessons you gained.

🌻Happy Morning🌻
[4/9, 3:28 PM] +92 310 3533312: *CHICO AND THE CRANE*

There was a cook named Chico. His master had visitors for dinner and Chico was told to fry a crane.
Chico felt hungry and so he ate one leg of the crane.

At dinnertime, when the master saw a missing leg, he shouted, “Chico! Why does this crane have only
one leg?”

Chico replied, “Sir, haven’t you seen cranes before? They only have one leg!”

To teach Chico a lesson, next morning, his master took him to the pond nearby. Chico exclaimed, “Look,
Master! Cranes have only one leg!”

The master clapped his hands and all the cranes uncurled their other legs and flew away.

“You fool! Did you see they have two legs!” cried the master.

Clever Chico replied, “Sir, why didn’t you clap your hands at the table? You would have got two legs!”

[4/9, 3:28 PM] +92 310 3533312: 🌸🌸🌸 *READING* *PRACTICE* 🌸🌸🌸

Everything starts with your mind. Train your mind.

Kids are amazing because they haven’t yet become afraid of failure. So they get up, fall down, get up
again, fall down again. They don’t care about winning and losing. They crawl, move, constantly trying
and learning. Every which way. Unstoppable. That energy is still in you.

[4/9, 3:28 PM] +92 310 3533312: *Tongue Twister*


Oh the sadness of her sadness when she's said

Oh the gladness of her gladness when she's glad

But the sadness of her sadness and the gladness of her gladness are nothing like her madness when
she's mad

[4/9, 3:28 PM] +92 310 3533312: ᖇEᗩᗪ & ᖇE ᑕO ᖇᗪ 🔊

*The boy in the bathroom*

I sit in my locked bathroom. My father, banging on the one and only thing that kept him from getting in.
"Open the damn door!" Was all I heard as I pushed back my memories of her. Tears started rolling down
my face. "Suck it up!" My father's voice ecohed. "Real men don't show emotion!" From my memory,
'Stop Crying! Stop Crying!! I mubled to myself. Stop it! I snapped at myself, I hated showing emotion,
my father tried to cure me through countless hours of abuse. My bottom lip quivered I could feel myself
starting to cry again. " You can make it stop." The dark voice called from the back of my mind. "You can
make it all go away" The darkness said, I could feel it, creeping closer. I pulled back the bathroom rug,
exposing the razor blade she used to end her own life. I picked up the blade. I placed it on my wrist, the
cold thin metal felt good on my wrist, " One good cut and it'll all go away." The darkness said with a
wishful smile. "Don't!" I heard, and opened my eyes, I saw my mother's face in the mirror. " Don't be like
me." She said before fading away and I saw my own reflection. I sank to the floor. sobing as I covered my
ears, trying to block out my father banging on the door...

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Best regɑrds :

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[4/9, 3:28 PM] +92 310 3533312: *Read and Record*

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We live and breathe words. It was books that made us feel that perhaps we were never completely solo.
They could be honest with us just like we were with them. Reading the words those you wrote or
someone else did lightens up everything around us, traveling with us through the undiscovered worlds,
you can hear the sounds within the words, the colors and textures says it all, reading more may turn out
to be unstoppable disease spreading through your veins and making you eager to word down every
moment you once lived, it sparkles your vision making it twinkle a little bit more day by day and that
ladies and gentlemen is the beauty of it.

[4/9, 3:28 PM] +92 310 3533312: *Read and Record*

️️
We live and breathe words. It was books that made us feel that perhaps we were never completely solo.
They could be honest with us just like we were with them. Reading the words those you wrote or
someone else did lightens up everything around us, traveling with us through the undiscovered worlds,
you can hear the sounds within the words, the colors and textures says it all, reading more may turn out
to be unstoppable disease spreading through your veins and making you eager to word down every
moment you once lived, it sparkles your vision making it twinkle a little bit more day by day and that
ladies and gentlemen is the beauty of it.

[4/9, 3:28 PM] +92 310 3533312: TODAY TOPIC APR 8TH

☘️☘️ *ATTITUDE* *AND* *BEHAVIOUR* ☘️☘️

🍃 1. What is the difference between behaviour and attitude ??

🍃 2. What is the relation ship between attitude and behaviour ??

🍃 3. What is your view about good behaviour ??

🍃4. How do attitude affects behaviour ??

🍃5. In your opinion How attitude and behaviour affect Human Relations ??

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[4/9, 3:28 PM] +92 310 3533312: ♥️*Read & Record*

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*MY NAME IS BEN*

My name is Ben and I come from Australia. I am 24 years old and I live in a small town near Sydney
called Branton.

I don't have a job now, but normally I clean shop windows. I am not married but I live with my very
beautiful girlfriend, Maria, in a nice house in Branton. We don't have any children - maybe next year.

My girlfriend is an actress, but she isn't very famous. She acts in a small theater in our town. At the
weekend, we like to go swimming in a big lake near our house.

I normally get up at eight o'clock, but on Thursday I get up at six o'clock because that is the day when I
go running in the park.

I like living in Branton because it's not too big. There are some historical buildings in the center of the
town and near Branton, there is a river where I go fishing sometimes when I want to relax.

*@spokenenglish*

[4/9, 3:28 PM] +92 310 3533312: 👆👇👆


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*16 COMMON ENGLISH COLLOCATIONS* ♥️*WITH THE WORD TIME*

Time” is one of the most common words in English – but do you know all the different ways you can use
the word time?

In today’s lesson, you’ll learn 16 common collocations with the word TIME, such as: waste time, kill time,
it’s about time, stall for time, and more.

There’s also a quiz to help you practice the collocations in this lesson – scroll down to the bottom of the
lesson to try it!
But first, you might be wondering, what are collocations?

Collocations are the common combinations of words that we tend to use together. When you learn
collocations, it will be easier to put words together into sentences, and you’ll sound more like a native
English speaker.

OK, let’s jump in to today’s lesson. For each collocation I’ll teach you the definition and then give you an
example sentence.

♥️*Spend Time*

To pass your time doing some activity.

- I spend a lot of time studying English.

♥️*Waste Time*

Doing something that is not a good use of time.

- Stop wasting time playing computer games and get to work!

♥️*Make Time For*

To “create” time in a busy schedule.

- I need to make time for regular exercise – maybe I can go to the gym before work.

♥️*Save Time*

Something that is efficient and gives you extra time


- Shopping online saves me time because I don’t have to wait in line at the store.

♥️*Free/Spare Time*

Time in which you have no obligations, and you can do whatever you want.

- In my free time, I enjoy reading, painting, and cooking.

♥️*Have Time*

Be available to do something.

- I’d like to take violin lessons, but I don’t have enough time.

♥️*Kill Time / Pass The Time*

Do something to make the time pass faster while you’re waiting for something else.

- Let’s bring some magazines to help pass the time on the train ride.

♥️*Take Your Time*

You can use as much time as you want, you don’t have to go fast.

- “I like all of these computers. I’m not sure which one I want to buy yet.”

- “That’s OK – take your time.”

♥️*On Time*
On schedule, at the right time.

- It’s important to arrive on time for a job interview.

♥️*Just In Time*

At the perfect time, soon before something else happens

- Hi, Henry! Have a seat – you got here just in time for dinner.

♥️*Have A Hard/Rough Time*

Something difficult, or a difficult period in life.

- I’m having a hard time solving this math problem. Could you help me?

♥️*It’s About Time*

An expression that means “Finally!”

- It’s about time they fixed the air conditioner in my classroom! It’s been broken for three years!

♥️*Pressed For Time*

In a rush, in a hurry (when you need to do something and you don’t have enough time)

- Sorry, I can’t talk at the moment – I’m a bit pressed for time. Can I call you back later?

♥️*Run Out Of Time*


Have no more time before the limit.

- I ran out of time before I finished the test, so I didn’t answer the last five questions.

♥️*Stall For Time*

Delay.

- My son didn’t want to go to bed, so he tried to stall for time by asking me to read him another bedtime
story.

♥️*Take Time Off*

Not go to work.

- I’m taking some time off in July to go camping with my family.

*@spokenenglish*

[4/16, 6:40 AM] +92 310 3533312: ⚡🔮

✍🏻_If you want to be successful, surround yourself with people who are more successful than you are,
but if you want to be happy, surround yourself with people who are less successful than you are. Naval
Ravikant_

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✍🏻_Try not to become a man of success, but a man of value. Look around at how people want to get
more out of life than they put in. A man of value will give more than he receives. Be creative, but make
sure that what you create is not a curse for mankind. Albert Einstein_

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[4/16, 6:40 AM] +92 310 3533312: ⚡🔮

✍🏻_There is only one kind of success that really matters: the success of transforming ourselves,
transforming our afflictions, fear, and anger. This is the kind of success, the kind of power, that will
benefits us and others without causing any damage. Thich Nhat Hanh_

[4/16, 6:40 AM] +92 310 3533312: ⚡🔮

✍🏻_I long to accomplish a great and noble tasks, but it is my chief duty to accomplish humble tasks as
though they were great and noble. The world is moved along, not only by the mighty shoves of its
heroes, but also by the aggregate of the tiny pushes of each honest worker. Helen Keller_

[4/16, 6:40 AM] +92 310 3533312: 🆒🆒🆒🆒🆒🆒🆒Let’s try to do for a day and then see the difference

“Whatever we are talking about is what we are perpetuating in our experience. The only way to keep
any kind of illness or virus or flu away is to not talk about it and it will dissipate itself.

What we do instead is keep checking the statistics or keep spreading the "awareness" messages on
social media without noticing it that the more we talk about it the more it becomes active in our
vibration.

History is full of evidence of epidemics because of the mass consciousness created by fear of the
disease.

Fear is a very strong vibration and more fearful we are of any epidemic it becomes a reality very fast..
it's the law. The more you feed the energy of fear the more profound it becomes. Ignore the things you
don't want to participate in.

Stop discussing it with family and friends; stop checking out the latest statistics. Stop watching
incessantly the news about Corona Virus. Take your attention away and It has no power on you.
The creation of anything is to give thought to it by keeping it active in our vibration by being afraid of it.
Hook yourself up with ever flowing stream of well- being”.

Love and light to all.

[4/16, 6:40 AM] +92 310 3533312: 🆒🆒 *MEDITATION means AWARENESS*

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Remember one thing:

Meditation means Awareness.

Whatsoever you do with awareness is meditation.

Action is not the question, but the quality that you bring to your action.

🔽🔽🔽

🥊Walking can be a meditation if you walk alertly.

🥊Sitting can be a meditation if you sit alertly.

🥊Listening to the birds can be a meditation if you listen with awareness.

😌😌😌

Just listening to the inner noise of your mind can be a meditation if you remain alert and watchful

😌😌😌

The whole point is: one should not move in sleep.

Then whatsoever you do is meditation.

[4/16, 6:40 AM] +92 310 3533312: BE INSPIRED

You cannot change yesterday, but you can do something today that can change tomorrow. It doesn’t
matter how you were born that was yesterday, it doesn’t matter what happened in the last five years,
the last ten years you may not be able to change that but you can reposition yourself today, you can
make new decisions today that will change what tomorrow will bring, invest in your future, refuse to be
a mental hobo, refuse to end your life in the side walk. Every time I tell you something I tell you that I
believe in your future, there is a reason I believe in your future I believe that if you hear this word you
will act on them and they will change your future, none of you were born to be poor, you may have
been born poor but you were not born to be poor, you may have been brought up poor but you were
not brought up to be poor. Understand this, the definition of adulthood is responsibility, when you
become an adult you take responsibility for your future, become responsible. What do you have in
yourself, there are many who cry for help and because there are no answers to their call for help they
feels the pains and pangs of neglect.

No, refuse to give up, believe in what God made. God made you and he never made a failure, believe
that God has a purpose for your life, you may have been born as a parental accident but you are not a
divine accident, God knew you were coming and he made sufficient provision for you, there’s a place for
you in the world and am helping you find that place. There are certain things you must do for all of what
we have discussed to be a reality. There are things that are not in abundant supply they are limited one
of them is time, save time, save it, keep track of your time, the bible says for us to redeem the time
because it says the days are evil, you don’t have extra time, life is not a game therefore make every day
count for your life, improve yourself every day, introduce something into your life that count, choose to
be a success, become inspiring in whatever you do, do it with excellence. Put yourself and your best in
whatever you do and change your world. Remember there is no extra time therefore whatever you do
now do it the best way the first time. Success is waiting for the man who says yes to success, success is
waiting for the man who plans for it, who reaches out for it, who says I will wake up and he wakes up,
who says I will read this book and he reads it, who says I will go to school and he goes, success is waiting
for the man who makes a decision. So time is important, don’t spend your time watching television 24
hours a day, don’t spend your time watching videos 24 hours a day. Those that you are watching have
put their best into what you are watching. Change the position say to you self ‘’ I WILL BE WATCHED ‘’.

You know sometimes I am concerned, there are those who only thinks of designer perfumes, designer’s
cloths, designer’s shoes, where are your designs, where are your own designs. Challenge yourself for the
future, there’s room for you, there’s a place for you at the top, there’s a place for you. Train your mind
and use it, give yourself to a teacher, give yourself to a tutor, train yourself, train your mind and if you
train your mind it will be ready to deliver to you thought, the right thought and ideas that will earn you
commercial values. There’s no poverty for the man who has made an investment in his mind and is
willing to act, there’s no hunger for the man who has trained his mind, trained his mind to think through
on every problems, to solve every problems, train yourself, think through a problem and render
solution, let men come to you for advise, decide to be smart, decide to be a problem solver, if you make
that decision that’s what you will be, problem solvers are in short supply in the world, there’s a place for
the man who chooses to be one. Engage yourself in national issues; get concerned, some of you here are
the best writers in the country but where are your writings, maybe you are sleeping too much, maybe
you are resting too much, maybe you are playing too much. Now is the time to put your best into that
writings, let the country read your writings. Thank you……. also do share this to others and I hope this
helps change something in you for good
〽️⭕HIT✍️

[4/16, 6:41 AM] +92 310 3533312: Words used in different parts of speech.

🔴Any

Adjective. — Are there any witnesses present?

Pronoun. — Does any of you know anything about it?

Adverb. — Is that any better?

🔴As

Adverb. — We walked as fast as we could.

Conjunction. — As he was poor I helped him.

Pron. — She likes the same color as I do.

🔴Before

Adverb. — I have seen you before.

Preposition. — He came before the appointed time.

Conjunction. — He went away before I came.

🔴Better

Adjective. — I think yours is a better plan.

Adverb. — I know better.

Noun. — Give place to your betters.

Verb. — The boxes with which he provided me bettered the sample.


🔴Both

Adjective. — You cannot have it both ways.

Pronoun. — Both of them are dead.

Conjunction. — Both the cashier and the accountant are Saudis.

🔴mine

pronoun.--is a possessive pronoun, being a possessive form of I. It can refer to a singular or plural noun,
and it can be used as the subject, object, or complement of a verb or the object of a preposition:

The glass on the left is mine. ♦️Your hands aren't as big as mine.

noun.— a large hole or tunnel in the ground from which people take coal, gold etc

verb.--to dig a large hole or tunnel in the ground in order to get coal, gold etc

[4/17, 4:47 PM] +44 7587 697739: "I Will Always Love You"

(originally by Dolly Parton)

(from "The Bodyguard" soundtrack)

If I should stay

I would only be in your way

So I'll go but I know

I'll think of you every step of the way

And I... will always love you, ooh

Will always love you

You

My darling, you...

Mmm-mm
Bittersweet memories –

That is all I'm taking with me

So good-bye

Please don't cry:

We both know I'm not what you, you need

And I... will always love you

I... will always love you

You, ooh

[Instrumental / Sax solo]

I hope life treats you kind

And I hope you have all you've dreamed of

And I wish you joy and happiness

But above all this I wish you love

And I... will always love you

I will always love you

I will always love you

I will always love you

I will always love you

I, I will always love you


You

Darling, I love you

I'll always...

I'll always love you

Ooh

Ooh