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Dictionary of Root Words: Greek and Latin Roots【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>What are “Root Words”?</p><p>A root, or root word is a word which is used to form another word. It is also called a base word. A root does not have a prefix (a letter or group of letters added to the beginning of a word) or a suffix (a letter or group of letters added to the end of a word).<br />Root is the primary lexical unit of a word, and of a word family.</p><p>For example, pure is a root. By adding prefixes and suffixes, the following words could be made:<br />impure, purity, pureness</p><p>Similarly, play and move are root words. By adding prefixes and suffixes, the following words could be made:<br />plays, played, playing, player<br />moving, movement, moved, movable, mover, movingly</p><p>In this book, I have given the most common Greek and Latin roots which are used in English language.</p><p>Sample This:</p><p>Root Words -- A</p><p>AB/ABS<br />Origin: Latin | Meaning: away, from, off<br />Examples:<br />abate -- to subside<br />abject -- hopeless<br />abjure -- to renounce<br />abnormal -- unusual | related words: abnormally, abnormality<br />abroad -- out of the country<br />abscess -- swelling<br />abscond -- to run away | related word: absconder<br />abseil -- to go down a steep cliff<br />absence -- nonattendance | related words: absent, absentee, absenteeism, absentia, absently<br />absolve -- to forgive<br />absorb -- to soak up | related words: absorbable, absorbance, absorbed, absorbency, absorbent, absorbing, absorption<br />abstain -- to give up something for moral reason | related words: abstainer, abstention, abstinence<br />abstemious -- critical<br />abstinent -- not having something for moral reason<br />abstract -- not real; theoretical | related words: abstracted, abstractedly, abstraction, abstractly<br />abstruse -- difficult to understand; obscure<br />absurd -- ridiculous | related words: absurdist, absurdity, absurdly</p><p>AGG<br />Origin: Latin | Meaning: collected<br />Examples:<br />agglomerate -- to collect things and form them into a mass or group | related word: agglomeration<br />aggrandize -- to increase your importance or power | related word: aggrandizement<br />aggregate -- to put together different items, amounts, etc. into a single total | related words: aggregation, aggregator</p><p>ALTR/ALTER<br />Origin: Latin | Meaning: other<br />Examples:<br />altruism -- caring about the needs of other people | related word: altruistic<br />alterable -- that can be changed | related word: unalterable<br />altercation -- noisy argument<br />alternate -- to follow one after other | related words: alternately, alternation, alternative</p><p>Some More Root Words -- A<br />Root Word [Origin] -- Meaning | Example(s) (Related Words in Bracket)<br />a [Greek] -- not | atheism, apolitical, atypical<br />ablat [Latin] -- remove | ablation<br />ablut [Latin] -- wash | ablutions<br />abort [Latin] -- born too soon | abortion<br />abras [Latin] -- rub off | abrasion (abrasive, abrasively, abrasiveness)<br />abstemi [Latin] -- controlled; moderate | abstemious<br />abund [Latin] -- overflow | abundance (abundant, abundantly)<br />ac [Latin] -- to, toward | accept (acceptability, acceptable, acceptably, acceptance, acceptation)<br />acanth [Greek] -- thorn | acanthus<br />acceler [Latin] -- hasten | accelerate (acceleration, accelerator)<br />acet [Latin] -- vinegar | acetate, acetic, acetone<br />achr [Greek] -- colorless | achromic<br />acm [Greek] -- summit | acme<br />aco [Greek] -- relief | aconite<br />adama [Greek] -- invincible | adamant (adamantly)<br />ade [Greek] -- enough | adequate (adequacy, adequately)<br />adip [Latin] -- fat | adipose<br />adolesc [Latin] -- growing up | adolescent (adolescence)</p><p>Other Root Words -- A<br />Root Word [Origin] -- Meaning<br />aapt [Greek] -- indomitable, unfriendly<br />abact [Latin] -- driven away<br />abdit [Latin] -- secret/hidden<br />ablep [Greek] -- loss of sight<br />abr [Greek] -- delicate<br />abscis [Latin] -- cutoff<br />absit [Latin] -- distant<br />aca [Greek] -- a point; silence<br />acar [Greek] -- tiny<br />accip [Latin] -- allow, snatch<br />accliv [Latin] -- steep; up-hill<br />accresc [Latin] -- increase<br />ace [Greek] -- heal<br />acer [Latin] -- sharp<br />acerv [Latin] -- pile<br />acest [Greek] -- healing; remedy</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 351円

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English Imperative Sentences: Most Common Imperative Verbs【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>What are “Imperative Sentences”?</p> <p>The word "imperative" is derived from the term "emperor".<br /> Imperative sentences are used to give commands (orders).<br /> Imperative sentences are also used to give instruction/advice/suggestion/warning/invitation/appeal.<br /> Imperative sentences are also used to make a request. You should use ‘please’ (or other polite word) in the beginning or at the end of the sentence to make a request.<br /> An imperative sentence begins with the base (first) form of a verb which is also called verb word. In imperative sentence, subject - ‘you’ - is understood. However, for first and third person imperative, imperative sentence begins with ‘let’.<br /> You can end imperative sentence with period (.) or exclamation (!). Exclamation is used to show direct and firm command.<br /> ‘Imperative’ is one of the three moods of an English verb (indicative, imperative and subjunctive).</p> <p>EXAMPLES OF IMPERATIVE SENTENCES:</p> <p>(A). DIRECT ORDER<br /> Attend the meeting.<br /> Discharge your duty.<br /> Enforce the law.<br /> Quash the previous order.<br /> Return to work.<br /> Vacate this place.</p> <p>(B). INSTRUCTION<br /> Climb the stair.<br /> Fill out this form.<br /> Go on foot.<br /> Hang a painting.<br /> Light a candle.<br /> Note this down.<br /> Open up the cage.<br /> Push a trolley.<br /> Spell it out.<br /> Tie your shoe laces.<br /> Unpack the luggage.</p> <p>(C). INFORMAL ADVICE<br /> Book a hotel room.<br /> Improve your appearance.<br /> Mend your ways.<br /> Walk elegantly.</p> <p>(D). SUGGESTION<br /> Follow your dreams<br /> Keep up your English.</p> <p>(E). WARNING<br /> Don’t Jump that gate!<br /> Watch out for traffic signal!</p> <p>(F). INVITATION<br /> Come to the party with me.<br /> Have a meal with us.<br /> Let’s stay in my house.</p> <p>(G). APPEAL<br /> Be Silent.<br /> Let’s curb the menace of drugs addiction.</p> <p>(H). REQUEST<br /> Give me five hundred dollars, please.<br /> Come soon, please.</p> <p>Other Uses of Imperative Sentences:</p> <ol> <li>Wish -- Have a safe journey.</li> <li>Apology -- Pardon me.</li> <li>Permission -- Join us if you want.</li> <li>Public Notice --<br /> Imperatives are used on signboards or notice board:<br /> Keep off the grass.<br /> Insert your ATM card.<br /> Pull the door.<br /> Push inside.</li> </ol> <p>Important Note -- An imperative sentence can imply different senses (command/instruction/advice, etc.) based on the intonation. [Note: ‘Intonation’ is defined as the rise and fall of the voice in speaking, as this affects the meaning of what is being said.]</p> <p>?<br /> English Imperative Sentences -- A</p> <p>Abide by the commission’s verdict.<br /> Accept his decision.<br /> Achieve your target.<br /> Acknowledge achievements of women.<br /> Acquire land for road infrastructure.<br /> Act quickly. / Act swiftly.<br /> Add details to this report.<br /> Address a press conference.<br /> Address his concerns regarding payments next week.<br /> Address their demands.<br /> Adhere to dos and don’ts of the pilgrimage.<br /> Adhere to the standard operating procedure.<br /> Adjust the rules to help consumers.<br /> Adjust to a new location.<br /> Admire your parents.<br /> Adopt ‘do it right’ approach.<br /> Adopt a good strategy in choosing right candidates.<br /> Adopt long-term vision for industry.<br /> Adopt modern technology.<br /> Adopt wait and watch policy.<br /> Adopt zero tolerance against underage driving.<br /> Aim it.<br /> Airlift the injured to the state capital for treatment.<br /> Allow her to explain herself completely without interrupting her.<br /> Allow him to return home.<br /> Alter the course of your life.<br /> Amend the act.<br /> Analyze the reasons for your defeat.<br /> Analyze the sample.<br /> Announce a compensation for the victim’s family.<br /> Announce your candidacy.<br /> Answer the question.<br /> Anticipate rate hikes.<br /> Apologize if you hurt someone.<br /> Apply band aid / Apply ointment.<br /> Apply colours on his forehead.<br /> Apply for a job.<br /> Apply for marks verification.<br /> Apply for passport.<br /> Appoint a manager.<br /> Appreciate compassionate behaviour.<br /> Approach him for help.<br /> Approach the court.<br /> Approve the plan.<br /> Arrange everything before it is late.<br /> Arrange for cash to meet your expenses.<br /> Arrange funds from your relatives.<br /> Arrange funds on your own.<br /> Arrive early on the scene.<br /> Ask for a receipt.<br /> Ask for more information.<br /> Ask him his name.<br /> Ask him what had happened.<br /> Ask politely.<br /> Ask the right questions.</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 318円

Compound Words in English: Vocabulary Building【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>What are “Compound Words”?</p><p>A compound word consists of two or more base words. Meaning of Compound word is often different from the separate base words.</p><p>Compound Words and Parts of Speech<br />Compound words are mostly nouns, adjectives, and verbs.</p><p>Kinds of Compound Words<br />Compound words are of three types:</p><p>(A). Closed Compound Words:<br />Words are joined together. There is no space or hyphen between the words.<br />Examples: firefly / softball / redhead / keyboard / makeup / notebook</p><p>(B). Hyphenated Compound Words:<br />Words are joined together by a hyphen.<br />Examples: daughter-in-law / over-the-counter / six-year-old</p><p>(C). Open Compound Words:<br />Words are not joined together. Words are open or separate. In other words, there is a space between the words.<br />Examples: post office / real estate / full moon / half sister</p><p>Some general rules regarding use of hyphens:-<br />Compound Adjectives are often hyphenated.<br />If compound adjective precedes a noun, they are hyphenated<br />Examples:<br />low-paying job [low- paying is a compound adjective; job is a noun]<br />easy-going celebrity [easy-going is a compound adjective; celebrity is a noun]</p><p>Adverbs that end in ?ly and compounded with another modifier are generally not hyphenated:<br />Examples:<br />deeply held beliefs<br />genetically modified foods<br />highly placed sources<br />quietly organized meeting</p><p>ALSO NOTE:<br />1. Some compound words may have more than one form but these forms may belong to different parts of speech.</p><p>Examples:<br />bread and butter [open form] [noun]<br />bread-and-butter [closed form] [adjective]</p><p>charge sheet [open form][noun]<br />chargesheet [closed form] [verb]</p><p>fast track [open form] [noun]<br />fast-track [hyphenated form] [adjective, verb]</p><p>first degree [open form] [noun]<br />first-degree [hyphenated form] [adjective]</p><p>full time [open form] [noun]<br />full-time [hyphenated form] [adjective, adverb]</p><p>gift wrap [open form] [noun]<br />gift-wrap [hyphenated form] [verb]</p><p>hard core [open form] [noun]<br />hard-core [hyphenated form] [adjective]</p><p>hard line [open form] [noun]<br />hard-line [hyphenated form] [adjective]</p><p>road test [open form] [noun]<br />road-test [hyphenated form] [verb]</p><p>second hand [open form] [noun]<br />second-home [hyphenated form] [adjective]</p><p>2. Some compound words which are hyphenated in American English are not hyphenated in British English.<br />Example: cash-back [American English]; cashback [British English]</p><p>3. Compound words are mainly formed in the following ways:<br />(a). adjective + adjective [example: bittersweet]<br />(b). adjective + noun [example: blackboard]<br />(c). adjective + verb [example: broadcast]<br />(d). adjective + past participle [example: cold-blooded]<br />(e). adjective + present participle [example: free-standing]<br />(f). adverb (or preposition) + adjective [example: ingrown]<br />(g). adverb (or preposition) + noun [example: afterlife]<br />(h). adverb (or preposition) + verb [example: cutback]<br />(i). adverb + past participle [example: brightly lit]<br />(j). adverb + present participle [example: long-lasting]<br />(k). noun + adjective [example: blood red]<br />(l). noun + adverb (or preposition) [example: hanger-on]<br />(m). noun + noun [example: airman]<br />(n). noun + verb [example: air-condition]<br />(o). noun + past participle [example: sun-dried]<br />(p). verb + adverb (or preposition) [example: breakdown]<br />(q). verb + noun [example: bathroom]<br />(r). gerund + noun [example: bleaching powder]<br />(s). noun + gerund [example: air-conditioning]</p><p>Detailed list of Compound words in Alphabetical Order. [All compound words have been grouped according to the parts of speech they belong to.)</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 308円

Blood Sugar Self-management: Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>This Book Covers The Following Topics:</p> <ol> <li>What is Blood Sugar?</li> <li>Different Stages of Blood Sugar</li> <li>Self-Monitoring of Blood Sugar</li> <li>Types of Diabetes</li> <li>Blood Sugar: Causes</li> <li>Blood Sugar: Symptoms</li> <li>High Blood Sugar: Complications</li> <li>Blood Sugar Test</li> <li>Treatments of Low Blood Sugar</li> <li>Treatments of High Blood Sugar</li> <li>Treatments -- (A). Lose Your Weight</li> <li>Treatments -- (B). Physical Activity</li> <li>Treatments -- (C). Healthy Diet</li> <li>Treatments -- (D). Minerals</li> <li>Treatments -- (E). Vitamins</li> <li>Treatments -- (F). Drink Plenty of Water</li> <li>Treatments -- (G). Control Your BP</li> <li>Treatments -- (H). Control Your Cholesterol</li> <li>Treatments -- (I). What to Avoid?</li> <li>Treatments -- (J). Others</li> <li>Pancreas and Insulin</li> <li>Some Useful Facts</li> </ol> <p>Sample This:</p> <ol> <li>What is Blood Sugar?</li> </ol> <p>The blood sugar (glucose) level is the amount of sugar (glucose) present in the blood of human or animals. When blood sugar (glucose) level rises too high, it's called hyperglycemia. When blood sugar (glucose) level drops too low, it's called hypoglycemia.</p> <p>Basic Facts about Blood Sugar (Glucose) and Insulin:<br /> Glucose (a simple sugar) is the primary source of energy for the cells of the body. Glucose comes from the foods (carbohydrates) we eat. Body converts the carbohydrates into sugar. It is also formed and stored inside the body.<br /> After meals, adequate quantity of insulin hormone is automatically released by pancreas.<br /> Blood carries the glucose from the intestines or liver to body cells.<br /> Insulin makes it possible for cells to take in the glucose from blood. In other words, insulin helps absorption of glucose by cells.<br /> Level of blood sugar starts dropping soon after it starts entering the cell.<br /> Blood sugar levels fluctuate throughout the day.</p> <p>MEASUREMENT OF BLOOD SUGAR</p> <ol> <li> <p>milligram/deciliter (mg/dL) -- Blood sugar is measured in milligram/deciliter.</p> </li> <li> <p>millimols/litre (mmol/L) -- Blood sugar is also measured in millimols/liter (mmol/L). millimols/liter (mmol/L) is also called millimolars (mM)</p> </li> </ol> <p>Note: 1mmol/L is equivalent to 18 mg/dL.</p> <ol start="3"> <li>DCCT HbA1c (%) -- Blood sugar levels over the last 3 months are measured through an A1C test. Findings are represented as a percentage. The range may fall in between 4-15%. Red blood cells in our body may last up to 3 months (or 12 weeks) before getting regenerated. Therefore, average of glycated hemoglobin in blood over 3 months is taken for discerning the average blood glucose level.</li> </ol> <p>DCCT stands for Diabetes Control and Complications Trial</p> <ol start="4"> <li>IFCC HbA1c (mmol/mol) -- Findings of A1C Test may also be represented in millimols/mole (mmol/mol).</li> </ol> <p>IFCC stands for International Federation of Clinical Chemistry</p> <p>NOTE: IFCC HBA1c (mmol/mol) = [DCCT HBA1c (%) - 2.15] * 10.929</p> <ol start="2"> <li>Different Stages of Blood Sugar</li> </ol> <p>Blood sugar level in your body changes from day-to-day or moment-to-moment. Blood sugar depends on quantity and timing of food you have eaten. More importantly it depends on what you have eaten.</p> <p>SITUATION 1: Fasting Glucose Level / Glucose Level Before Meals [Pre Prandial]<br /> Following are the different ranges of blood sugar after 8-10 hours of fasting (generally before meals in the morning) in mg/dL, mmol/L, DCCT HbA1c (%) and IFFCC HbA1c (mmol/mol).</p> <p>Low blood sugar --<br /> Less than 70 mg/dL Or<br /> Less than 3.9 mmol/L Or<br /> Less than 4% DCCT HbA1c (%) Or<br /> Less than 20.2% IFCC HbA1c (mmol/mol)</p> <p>Normal blood sugar --<br /> 71 mg/dL to 99 mg/dL Or<br /> 3.9 mmol/L to 5.4 mmol/L Or<br /> 4.1% DCCT HbA1c (%) to 4.9% DCCT HbA1c (%) Or<br /> 20.3% IFCC HbA1c (mmol/mol) to 31.0% IFCC HbA1c (mmol/mol)</p> <p>Above normal blood sugar --<br /> 100 mg/dL to 126 mg/dL Or<br /> 5.5 mmol/L to 7.0 mmol/L Or<br /> 5.0 DCCT HbA1c (%) to 5.7 DCCT HbA1c (%) Or<br /> 31.1 IFCC HbA1c (mmol/mol) to 38.8 IFCC HbA1c (mmol/mol)</p> <p>High blood sugar --<br /> 127 mg/dL to 169 mg/dL Or<br /> 7.1 mmol/L to 9.4 mmol/L Or<br /> 5.8 DCCT HbA1c (%) to 6.9 DCCT HbA1c (%) Or<br /> 38.9 IFCC HbA1c (mmol/mol) to 51.9 IFCC HbA1c (mmol/mol)</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 110円

Speak English Sentences Everyday: 50 Most Common Words【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>Around 3000 daily life sentences | the most common words: After, Against, All, Around, Away, Back, Before, Call, Carry, Come, Continue, Down, Ever, Fall, Give, Go, Hold, Into, Just, Keep, Lead, Leave, Let, Lie/Lay, Like, Look, Make, Name, Once, Off, On, Out, Over, Pull, Push, Put, Quality, Remain, Run, Set, Since, Stand, Take, Through, Throw, Turn, Up, Upon, Value, Way</p> <p>Sample This:</p> <p>01 ? English Sentences -- After</p> <p>Period (a particular length of time) + After<br /> [This Pattern Is Used To Denote “Following Something In Time”]<br /> Area was cordoned off an hour after the incident.<br /> A picture was released a day after the attack.<br /> Statement came 10 days after police claim.<br /> The committee was formed two days after expose.<br /> She had gone missing a few days after her husband was kidnapped.<br /> He was saved a few days after other members were rescued.<br /> She was killed weeks after returning from years in exile.<br /> The shooting came less than a year after a massacre at main market.<br /> That was more than 10 years after we had seen each other last.<br /> She received a call soon after at her residence.<br /> Soon after being informed by people, police swung into action.<br /> Chopper collided mid-air shortly after take-off from an air base here.<br /> The satellite started malfunctioning shortly after its deployment in orbit.<br /> People will remember the song long after we are gone.<br /> A week after abducted executive rescued, city has been rocked by abduction.<br /> Three months after she took over reins of the state, she fulfilled her poll promises.<br /> Two days after she got married, a 22-year old woman won the prestigious award.<br /> Three days after hundred patients were treated, fifty more were admitted.</p> <p>Noun + After + Noun<br /> [This pattern is used to show something happens many times or continuously.]<br /> He missed opportunity after opportunity.<br /> Village has been caught in controversy after controversy.</p> <p>You Can Also Use The Following Patterns:<br /> One + Noun + After + Another<br /> He missed one opportunity after another.<br /> Village has been caught in one controversy after another.<br /> The industry at large has faced one pain after another.<br /> He indulged in one scam after another.</p> <p>One After The Other<br /> He established loyalty with three persons one after the other.<br /> Events are taking place one after the other.<br /> Many enemies came into his life one after the other.<br /> One after the other, the survivors came out, each better than the other.<br /> There were false allegations one after the other.</p> <p>Two Events<br /> Second Event (Simple Past) + After + First Event (Past Perfect)<br /> I returned after he had gone.<br /> He came after night had fallen.<br /> I reached after the train had already left.</p> <p>Others<br /> She named his daughter after Lincoln.<br /> The scheme (was) named after Party founder.<br /> Indian NSG was modelled after their UK’s SAS.<br /> My dog went after the thief.<br /> Passengers said they heard a loud explosion after which the bus hurtled down.</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 319円

English Word Exercises (Part 3): Multiple-choice Tests【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>55 ‘Multiple-Choice’ Tests for Improving your Vocabulary</p> <p>Sample This</p> <p>Multiple-choice Test -- 01</p> <ol> <li> <p>Many motorists abandoned their vehicles and waded through knee-deep water which ________________ on carriageways.<br /> (a). implemented (b). consisted (c). congested (d). accumulated (e). involved</p> </li> <li> <p>Officials have cited ________________ of funds to complete normal maintenance work.<br /> (a). inimitability (b). distinctiveness (c). paucity (d). exclusivity (e). creativity</p> </li> <li> <p>_______________ to heat causes skin disease and other fungal infections.<br /> (a). disclosure (b). exposure (c). revelation (d). coverage (e). reporting</p> </li> <li> <p>Authorities imposed curfew-like restrictions and suspended mobile internet services to contain the ________________ situation.<br /> (a). immense (b). infinitesimal (c). volatile (d). steady (e). unwavering</p> </li> <li> <p>Do not hesitate to speak the truth, however ________________ it might be.<br /> (a). unpalatable (b). endowed (c). inedible (d). capricious (e). perched</p> </li> <li> <p>It would be ________________ to talk of victory, not to mention absolute majority.<br /> (a). sheltered (b). premature (c). poised (d). fickleness (e). vacillation</p> </li> <li> <p>We have an ________________ talented team of writers on social media.<br /> (a). idiosyncratic (b). ululation (c). eglantine (d). immensely (e). experimental</p> </li> <li> <p>A car tore through the security ________________ laid around the road by the police.<br /> (a). boulevard (b). concourse (c). courtyard (d). patio (e). cordon</p> </li> <li> <p>They need to take prompt action in this matter to ________________ the interests of students.<br /> (a). annihilate (b). safeguard (c). obliterate (d). corroborate (e). gainsay</p> </li> <li> <p>Media ________________ from speculation due to sensitivity and seriousness of the issues.<br /> (a). persisted (b). endured (c). observed (d). vanished (e). refrained</p> </li> </ol> <p>ANSWERS</p> <ol> <li>(d). accumulated -- (meaning)-- gathered together; amassed</li> <li>(c). paucity -- (meaning)-- shortage</li> <li>(b). exposure -- (meaning)-- no protection from harmful thing</li> <li>(c). volatile -- (meaning)-- unstable</li> <li>(a). unpalatable -- (meaning)-- unpleasant or unacceptable</li> <li>(b). premature -- (meaning)-- too early</li> <li>(d). immensely -- (meaning)-- greatly or hugely</li> <li>(e). cordon -- (meaning)-- barricade</li> <li>(b). safeguard -- (meaning)-- defend or protect</li> <li>(e). refrained -- (meaning)-- kept away from something; avoided</li> </ol>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 112円

Transitional Words and Phrases: Using Transitional Expressions【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>This Book Covers the Following Topics:</p><p>Transitional Expressions -- Definition<br />Transitional Expressions ? Punctuation Rules<br />01. Transitional Expressions -- Addition<br />02. Transitional Expressions -- Cause and Effect<br />03. Transitional Expressions -- Concession<br />04. Transitional Expressions -- Condition<br />05. Transitional Expressions -- Consequence<br />06. Transitional Expressions -- Contrast<br />07. Transitional Expressions -- Dismissal<br />08. Transitional Expressions -- Illustration<br />09. Transitional Expressions -- Emphasis<br />10. Transitional Expressions -- Exception<br />11. Transitional Expressions -- Explanation<br />12. Transitional Expressions -- Generalization<br />13. Transitional Expressions -- Location<br />14. Transitional Expressions -- Purpose<br />15. Transitional Expressions -- Quantifier<br />16. Transitional Expressions -- Reference<br />17. Transitional Expressions -- Sequence<br />18. Transitional Expressions ? Similarity<br />19. Transitional Expressions -- Summary<br />20. Transitional Expressions -- Time<br />Exercise: 1(A) and 1(B)<br />Exercise: 2(A) to 2(C)</p><p>SAMPLE THIS:</p><p>Transitional Expressions -- Definition</p><p>Meaning of ‘Transition’ -- to go from one point to another<br />“Transitional Expressions” = “Transitional Words” + “Transitional Phrases”<br />“Transitional (or Transition) Words” are also known as “connecting words”, “linking words” or “signal words“<br />“Transitional (or Transition) Phrases” are also known as “connecting phrases”, “linking phrases” or “signal phrases“</p><p>“Transitional Expressions” (also “Transitions”) could be defined as follows:<br />?‘Transitional expressions’ are words or phrases that provide bridges between sentences, parts of sentences, paragraphs and sections.<br />?‘Transitional expressions’ connect and relate sentences and paragraphs.<br />?‘Transitions expressions’ signal the relationship between sentences and paragraphs.<br />?‘Transitions expressions’ state the connections between ideas.<br />?‘Transitions expressions’ help carry over a thought from one part of a sentence to another, from one sentence to another, from one paragraph to another, from one section to another, or from one idea to another.<br />?‘Transitional expressions’ connect ideas from sentence to sentence and paragraph to paragraph.<br />?‘Transitional expressions’ are placed in the beginning, middle, or end of the sentences/paragraphs to explain connections between two or more ideas.<br />?‘Transitional expressions’ help carry over a thought from one idea to another.<br />?‘Transitional expressions’ produce clearer expression, by eliminating the excessive use of such words as ‘and’, ‘but’, ‘for’ ‘nor’, ‘or’ ‘so’ ‘yet’, etc.</p><p>Choosing Transitional Expression --<br />Some transitional words and transitional phrases belong to more than one category. A transitional expression can change the whole meaning of a sentence. Therefore, you should choose the transition that best conveys your meaning. You should also avoid repetition and use different transition words or phrases in the same category if necessary.</p><p>Placing transitional words:<br />There are three options for placing transitional words:<br />? The beginning of a sentence [Most common]<br />? The middle of a sentence<br />? The end of a sentence [Least Common]</p><p>Example:<br />Their products come with an insurance pack that covers accidental damage, theft, and breakage for a year. Furthermore, customers can also avail for an additional year of warranty. [Use of transitional word ‘furthermore’ at the beginning of a sentence]</p><p>Their products come with an insurance pack that covers accidental damage, theft, and breakage for a year. Customers, furthermore, can also avail for an additional year of warranty. [Use of transitional word ‘furthermore’ in the middle of a sentence]</p><p>Their products come with an insurance pack that covers accidental damage, theft, and breakage for a year. Customers can also avail for an additional year of warranty, furthermore. [Use of transitional word ‘furthermore’ in the end of a sentence]</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 301円

Funky NailsAlles rund um Manik?re, Fingerpflege und den perfekten Anstrich【電子書籍】[ Jutta Diekmann ]

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Manik?re und h?bsch lackierte Fingern?gel sind nur etwas f?r Erwachsene und nichts f?r Kinder? Weit gefehlt, denn hier gilt die Devise: Je bunter, desto besser! In diesem Buch werden die tollsten Nageldesigns Schritt f?r Schritt erkl?rt, sodass sowohl Unge?bte als auch Fortgeschrittene zu wunderbaren Ergebnissen kommen. Wie w?re es zum Beispiel mit N?geln im Marmorlook, s??en Flamingo-Nails oder Fingern?geln mit Glitzer? Dazu erfahren angehende Beauty-Queens alles, was man ?ber Manik?re, die verschiedenen Lacke und Maltechniken wissen muss. So macht das Buch Lust, mit dem erworbenen Knowknow auch eigene Designs zu entwickeln.画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 950円

How to Use Numbers in Conversation: Numbers in English Sentences【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>This Book Covers The Following Topics:</p> <p>Types of Numbers<br /> Standard Words for Numbers<br /> Various Expressions<br /> Structure (1) -- Multiple Number [In the Beginning or Middle of the Sentence]<br /> Structure (2) -- Multiple Number + of + Noun<br /> Structure (3) -- Multiple Number + of + Noun + of<br /> Structure (4) -- Multiple Number (Less) + of + Multiple Number (More)<br /> Structure (5) -- Multiple Number (Less) + of + Multiple Number (More) + of + Noun<br /> Structure (6) -- Multiple Number + and + Multiple Number<br /> Structure (7) -- Number + Times<br /> Structure (8) -- Half/Double/Twice/Thrice/Fraction<br /> Structure (09) -- Number + As Many + (Noun, Etc. + As)<br /> Structure (10) -- As much (As)<br /> Structure (11) -- Number + ‘As Likely’ or ‘More Likely’</p> <p>Sample This:</p> <p>Structure (1) -- Multiple Number [In the Beginning or Middle of Sentence]</p> <p>Hundreds gathered in front of the parliament building early on Monday.<br /> Hundreds injured in two days of clashes.<br /> Thousands evacuated after explosions at munitions depot.<br /> Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of Cubans and Haitians have lost their lives at sea seeking freedom and opportunity.</p> <p>Millions marched against government in over 400 cities.<br /> Industry produced several hundred million units a year.<br /> Exact loss of the property is not yet known but rough estimates put the losses to ten million dollars.<br /> More than three million Australians lack access to critical financial services.<br /> Trillions dong spent to build ports which have been left idle.<br /> Trillions will need to be spent on infrastructure very soon.<br /> Agriculture and tourism are a trillion dollar economy.<br /> Mobiles are a multi-trillion-dollar industry, even bigger than pharmaceuticals.<br /> It would add more than a trillion dollars to the economy every year.<br /> There are spiral galaxies out there with more than a trillion stars, and giant elliptical galaxies with 100 trillion stars.<br /> Our inability to comprehend the sheer magnitude of 1 billion has been eclipsed by our inability to comprehend 1 trillion.<br /> Global loss to fraud ran into trillions.<br /> She said she would have donated most of her $4 trillion to charity.<br /> The universe is estimated to be somewhere between 13 billion to 14 billion years old.</p> <p>?<br /> Structure (2) -- Multiple Number + of + Noun</p> <p>2-A. HUNDREDS OF<br /> Hundreds of stocks saw much more dramatic gains.<br /> Hundreds of new jobs were being created every year.<br /> Hundreds of homes destroyed in wildfires.<br /> Hundreds of police officers had taken off their bullet-proof vests.<br /> Hundreds of students participated in the competition.<br /> Hundreds of wannabe leaders are roaming our streets.<br /> Hundreds of candidates were standing for parliamentary elections.<br /> Hundreds of angry residents surrounded the police post to protest against the incident and demanded the arrest of the culprits.<br /> Hundreds of railway officials would be deployed to manage the smooth running of special trains.<br /> Hundreds of residents remained without electricity and water Monday evening.<br /> Hundreds of riot police continued to fire tear gas and jets of water during the agitation.<br /> Hundreds of protestors from a wide variety of activist groups staged protests.<br /> He has received hundreds of awards.<br /> Stories behind these and the hundreds of other Asian bus accidents are same.<br /> He was welcomed to University by hundreds of students and fans.<br /> The flames torched hundreds of homes now.<br /> The explosion killed 15 people and destroyed or damaged hundreds of homes.<br /> Medical laboratory admitted to paying bribes to hundreds of doctors in the city.<br /> Many have walked hundreds of miles fleeing fighting in the capital.<br /> Just one severe typhoon could leave behind hundreds of people dead.<br /> Wildfires fueled by hot, gusty winds were burning hundreds of acres and forcing evacuations.<br /> He posted hundreds of messages on a public Internet forum.<br /> The process will involve hundreds of community meetings.<br /> There's little sense in having hundreds of followers who don't know what you do.<br /> Every year, hundreds of people across the country get infected with contagious diseases.</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 111円

Oronym Words in English: Vocabulary Building【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>What are “Oronym Words”?</p> <p>ORONYMS ----<br /> [Oro- Whole; Nym: Name]<br /> An oronym is a word or phrase that sounds very much the same as another word or phrase, often as a result of sounds running together. Oronyms are spelt differently and they have different meanings.</p> <p>Oronym [singular] | Oronyms [plural]<br /> Example: A name ---- an aim</p> <p>Some Important Points:</p> <ol> <li> <p>An oronym is also called a continunym or a sliceonym.</p> </li> <li> <p>An oronym generally originates when it is difficult to tell where one word ends and the next begins (e.g. a name -- an aim). An oronym also originates when a particular word may be divided into two or more meaningful words (e.g. affection -- a faction).</p> </li> <li> <p>Effectiveness of oronyms may depend on what somebody is saying in context with the rest of the conversation.</p> </li> </ol> <p>3(A). Oronyms may completely alter the meaning of what somebody is saying.<br /> Example:<br /> They wanted the allocation of house.<br /> They wanted the location of house.</p> <p>3(B). Oronyms may also make conversation very funny.<br /> Example:<br /> Teacher asked the student to give an example.<br /> Teacher asked the student to give an egg sample.</p> <p>3(C). Oronyms may also make conversation completely senseless.<br /> Example:<br /> They will appoint a new manager at the earliest.<br /> They will a point a new manager at the earliest.</p> <ol start="4"> <li>Oronyms may also include abbreviations (shortened form of a word or group of words)<br /> Examples:<br /> ICT -- I see tea<br /> VC -- we see</li> </ol> <p>Derived Terms Related To ‘Oronyms’:<br /> Oronymous<br /> Words or phrases that are Oronyms are said to be Oronymous.<br /> Oronymy<br /> The state of being an Oronym is called Oronymy.</p> <p>Following is the detailed list of Oronyms:</p> <p>?<br /> Oronym Words -- A</p> <p>Oronym Pair -- A1<br /> air-to-air ---- year-to-year<br /> Example:<br /> The jets had air-to-air weapons.<br /> The jets had year-to-year weapons.</p> <p>Oronym Pair -- A2<br /> aggregate ---- a green gate<br /> [aggregate -- total]</p> <p>Oronym Pair -- A3<br /> aggregator ---- a grass eater<br /> [aggregator -- a kind of Internet company]</p> <p>Oronym Pair -- A4<br /> agree to differ ---- a great offer<br /> [agree to differ -- (of two people) to not discuss their different views about something | offer -- proposal]</p> <p>Oronym Pair -- A5<br /> angry response ---- a grey sponge</p> <p>Oronym Pair -- A6<br /> accede ---- a seat<br /> [accede -- to agree]</p> <p>Oronym Pair -- A7<br /> accent ---- a cent<br /> [accent -- pronunciation | cent -- a coin]</p> <p>Oronym Pair -- A8<br /> accord ---- a cord<br /> [accord -- agreement | cord -- string or rope]</p> <p>Oronym Pair -- A9<br /> accounting ---- a counting<br /> [accounting -- bookkeeping]</p> <p>Oronym Pair -- A10<br /> accrue ---- a crew<br /> [accrue -- amass | crew -- team]</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 123円

English Modal Auxiliary VerbsMay, Might, Can, Could, Will, Would, Shall, Should, Must, Need【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>English Modal Auxiliary Verbs - May, Might, Can, Could, Will, Would, Shall, Should, Must, Need, Dare, Used(to), Ought(to)<br /> ‘May And Might’ Are Used To Denote Possibility, Compulsion, Obligation, Probability (In Present And Future)<br /> ‘Can And Could’ Are Used To Express - Ability, Probability, Possibility, Suggestion, Request, Condition<br /> 'Will And Would’ Are Used To Express - Action In Future, Present Habit, Compulsion, Obligation<br /> ‘Shall And Should’ Are Used To Express - Action In Future, Suggestion, Surprise, Importance Or Purpose<br /> ‘Must’ Is Used To Denote Logical Conclusions, Necessity, Event Occurring Definitely In Present, Event Occurring Definitely In Past<br /> Different Patterns For Using Modal Auxiliary Verbs</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 357円

Manik Ye?ili【電子書籍】[ K?branur ?ahin ]

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<p>O asl?nda ka??k bir ???kt?...</p> <p>"Herhangi bir ??gen pencere g?rd???m zaman, akl?ma ?mer ve Nil geliyor. Nil, ?mer'i dipsiz sorularla bunalt?rken; ?mer, kendi zihninin ve ruhunun ?at??mas? aras?nda kal?yor. Pencerenin ard?nda, birbirinden uzakla??rken birbirine daha ?ok ba?lanan iki ka??k... Kurgularda ya??yorum, bazen o kadar ?ok ya??yorum ki ya?ad???m? unutuyorum. Ben hayali insanlara zihnimde can veriyorum. Art?k sat?rlara s?z?len d???ncelerim, k???t h???rt?lar?n?n ard?ndan insanlara g?l?mseyecek, belki de a?layacak. Bilemiyorum..."</p> <p>Hen?z 17 ya??ndaki yazar K?branur ?ahin, ilk roman? MAN?K YE??L?'nde psikolojik sorunlar?yla m?cadele edip ya?ad?klar?na tahamm?l edemeyen ?mer ile kalabal?kta yaln?zl??? se?en, kendi i?inde sava??p yenilen Nil'in a?k ve sanr? aras?nda s?k???p kalm?? a?k?n?, akla zarar bir kurguyla kaleme al?yor.</p> <p>H??k?rarak a?larken kahkaha atmay? ba?arabilirsiniz. Beyniniz kaos i?inde debelenirken durgun g?ky?z?ne bakabilirsiniz. Nefret ederken sevebilirsiniz, nefret edilirken de sevilebilme ihtimaliniz var. K?sacas? her ?eyi yapabilirsiniz. G?lmek ne kadar zorsa, a?lamak da o kadar g??. Hissedebilirsiniz. Ac?y?, ne?eyi, a?r?lar?n?z?, her ?eyi hissedebilirsiniz... As?l korkun? olan, hissedememek. Kendinizi hissedememek.</p> <p>?lmek isterken nefes almaya ihtiya? duymak, b?y?k bir deh?et... Parmak u?lar?n?z kar?ncalan?rken, bir ba?kas?n?n kalbini avu?lar?n?z?n i?inde koruyabilmektir felaket olan. Ruhunuz k???t par?alar? gibi savrulurken, savruldu?u r?zg?ra ihtiya? duyabilmek... Yaralar?n?z s?cakken, buz par?as?n? erimekten vazge?irebilmek...<br /> (Tan?t?m B?lteninden)</p> <p><strong>?nce Kapak:</strong></p> <p><strong>Sayfa Say?s?:</strong> 416</p> <p><strong>Bask? Y?l?:</strong> 2015</p> <p><strong>e-Kitap:</strong></p> <p><strong>Sayfa Say?s?:</strong> 302</p> <p><strong>Bask? Y?l?:</strong> 2015</p> <p><strong>Dili:</strong> T?rk?e<br /> <strong>Yay?nevi:</strong> Destek Yay?nlar?</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 261円

Learn English Superfast - Mega Volume【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>One Of The Best English Learning Courses | CHAPTERS- 1. How To Start A Sentence, 2. Interrogative Sentences, 3. Imperative Sentences, 4. Negative Forms In English, 5. English Exclamations, 6. Causative Sentences, 7. Conditional Sentences, 8. Creating Long Sentences, 9. How To Use Numbers In Conversation, 10. Making Comparisons In English, 11. English Correlatives, 12. Active And Passive Voice, 13. Repetition Of Words, 14. Remarks In English Language, 15. Using Tenses In English, 16. Auxiliary Verbs- Is, Am, Are, Was, Were, 17. Auxiliary Verbs- Do, Does, Did, 18. Auxiliary Verbs- Have, Has, Had, 19. Auxiliary Verbs- Be And Have, 20. Modal Auxiliary Verbs, 21. Direct And Indirect Speech, 22. Get- Popular English Verb, 23. Ending Sentences With Prepositions, 24. Popular Sentences In English, 25. Common English Sentences, 26. Daily Use English Sentences, 27. Speak English Sentences Everyday, 28. English Idioms And Phrases, 29. Common English Phrases, 30. Daily English Important Notes</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 2,633円

Popular Sentences in English: English Language Skills【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>Sample This:</p> <p>Popular Sentences in English -- I</p> <p>Sentence Beginning With IT/THERE/THAT/THIS</p> <p>IT-<br /> It began to rain.<br /> It has become tough to walk on these roads.<br /> It is a bit lower than expected.<br /> It is a clean and clear probe.<br /> It is a problem of large magnitude.<br /> It is all set to be a thing of the past.<br /> It is an all-out Japanese effort.<br /> It is easier to lose weight than gain it.<br /> It is fourth lane from here.<br /> It is hard not to be suspicious about this regime.<br /> It is just not my day.<br /> It is never too late to start life afresh.<br /> It is not possible!<br /> It is not that the police aren’t doing anything.<br /> It is tantamount to discrimination.<br /> It is time to awaken the voters.<br /> It is tough to survive in the wild.<br /> It is up to them to decide how to proceed.<br /> It is very personal decision that we have taken.<br /> It isn’t worth having it repaired.<br /> It made my heart beat faster.<br /> It seemed OK at the time.<br /> It seems there is no administration in the state.<br /> It should not only be done with honesty, but it should seem to be so.<br /> It tastes something like apple.<br /> It was a huge bang.<br /> It was an experience I will cherish all my life.<br /> It was bound to happen.<br /> It was his third home trip in as many years.<br /> It was not a favorable time to start a journey.<br /> It was the fastest growing state for the second year.<br /> It will be convenient for some people to not have me here.<br /> It will not be too long until their names are whispered.<br /> It will only upset her further.<br /> It would create complications for him.</p> <p>THERE-<br /> There are many reasons for it.<br /> There are no two opinions about it.<br /> There are times when you are not in the mood to talk.<br /> There are times when your best efforts are not good enough.<br /> There has been a noticeable increase.<br /> There have been several such instances in the past.<br /> There is a cool breeze just before a rain storm.<br /> There is an acute shortage of water.<br /> There is general financial slowdown.<br /> There is hardly any scope of reformation for them.<br /> There is more than you know.<br /> There is nothing that can be done to sort this out.<br /> There seems political conspiracy behind it.<br /> There was no such move at the moment.<br /> There were security issues.<br /> There will be no early elections.<br /> There would be no fare hike.</p> <p>THAT-<br /> That had happened long before.<br /> That has been our consistent stand.<br /> That is for sure.<br /> That is no longer the case now.<br /> That money would bring big relief to family.<br /> That part of sting operation was stage managed.<br /> That way, there will not be any ill feelings.<br /> That’s how far I was from reality.<br /> That’s not me saying it.</p> <p>THIS-<br /> This envelope is under-stamped.<br /> This incident has made him stone-like.<br /> This is a clear case of corruption.<br /> This is no way to deal with a crisis.<br /> This is no way to live.<br /> This is not the first time he has achieved this feat.<br /> This is off-season for us but sales continue to be normal.<br /> This is one list; state will be ashamed to top.<br /> This is something to do in advance.<br /> This is the most complained about university.<br /> This is the third such incident within a week.<br /> This issue stands concluded.<br /> This project cost a lot of money.<br /> This seems to be worrying him.<br /> This year will be expensive till the end.</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 106円

Dictionary of Old-fashioned Words: Vocabulary Building【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>What are “Old-fashioned Words”?</p><p>Definition of ‘Old-fashioned words’:<br />“Words and expressions that were common in the past but are passing out of ordinary use.”</p><p>‘Old-fashioned words’ are also known as ‘archaic words’. Many people use the term ‘old use’ for the words and expressions that were common in the past but have passed out of ordinary use.<br />These words are mainly used in historical novels. They are also used to amuse people.</p><p>Examples:<br />Old-fashioned word:<br />dandified [adjective]<br />(of a man) too careful about his look or clothes</p><p>Old-fashioned word:<br />vamoose [verb]<br />to leave fast</p><p>Old-fashioned idiom<br />blot your copybook -- to do something bad to spoil your good reputation among people</p><p>Old-fashioned phrasal verb<br />buck up! -- used to tell somebody to make haste</p><p>Detailed list of “old-fashioned words”, parts of speech they belong to, and their meanings are as follows:</p><p>?<br />Old-fashioned Words -- A</p><p>abed [adverb]<br />in bed</p><p>abide [verb]<br />to stay or live in a place<br />Use in a sentence: Everybody must abide by the law.</p><p>abroad [adverb]<br />outside; outdoors</p><p>accidence [noun]<br />the part of grammar that deals with the change in the form of a word</p><p>accursed [adjective]<br />having a bad magic spell on something<br />Use in a sentence: They lived in the forest as if accursed. || There is no escaping the sense of anxiety that we humans are accursed with.</p><p>adieu [exclamation]<br />goodbye<br />Use in a sentence: They bid adieu to him with mixed emotions.</p><p>addled [adjective]<br />confused / (of an egg) not fresh<br />Use in a sentence: He is not a silly and addled dude.</p><p>without further/more ado [idiom]<br />at once; immediately<br />Use in a sentence: Once it was sure that the area had been secured, the children were without more ado accompanied to the assembly hall.</p><p>adventurer / adventuress [noun]<br />a person who is very fond of going to unusual places or gaining new experiences<br />Use in a sentence: She is a hard-core adventuress, a travel journalist, who has traveled around the world.</p><p>aerodrome (airdrome) [noun]<br />a small airport<br />Use in a sentence: The extension of the runway was aimed at better services for private operators at the aerodrome.</p><p>affair [noun]<br />an strange or inexplicable thing</p><p>affright [verb]<br />to scare; to frighten<br />Use in a sentence: Let nothing affright you.</p><p>ague [noun]<br />malaria, dengue or other disease that causes fever and shivering</p><p>ail [verb]<br />to make somebody ill/sick</p><p>air hostess [noun]<br />a female flight attendant</p><p>alack [exclamation]<br />a word that is used to show you are sad or sorry<br />Use in a sentence: Alas and alack, only a few of those stories are all that funny.</p><p>alas [exclamation]<br />a word that is used to show you are sad or sorry<br />Use in a sentence: His experiments, alas, were flawed and had been mythologized.</p><p>be all up (with somebody) [idiom]<br />to be the end for somebody</p><p>almoner [noun]<br />a person employed by a hospital to handle financial and social problems of patients<br />Use in a sentence: They wanted a more active almoner, who could find innovative ways to help the poor.</p><p>alms [noun]<br />money, clothes, food, etc. given to beggars or poor people<br />Use in a sentence: They were injured in a stampede to receive alms being distributed by a charity.</p><p>in the altogether [idiom]<br />without wearing any clothes</p><p>Amerindian [noun]<br />Native American<br />Use in a sentence: The word 'guava' originates from the language of the Arawaks, an Amerindian people from the Caribbean.</p><p>ammo [noun]<br />ammunition<br />Use in a sentence: They have tested and run a lot of ammo through their rifles.</p><p>amour [noun]<br />a secret love affair</p><p>anon [adverb]<br />soon; early, immediately; in a moment</p><p>apoplexy [noun]<br />the sudden and complete loss of the ability to sense or move<br />apoplectic [adjective]<br />related to apoplexy</p><p>apparel [noun]<br />formal clothes<br />Use in a sentence: The US apparel industry is highly fragmented with many players.</p><p>applesauce [noun]<br />nonsense<br />Use in a sentence: All politics is applesauce!</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 101円

English Interrogative Sentences: Common Interrogative Patterns【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>This Book Covers The Following Topics:</p> <p>What are “Interrogative Sentences”?<br /> Structure (1) -- Wh-Question Word + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (1A). What + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (1B). When + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (1C). Where + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (1D). Which + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (1E). Who + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (1F). Whom + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (1G). Whose + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (1H). Why + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (1I). How + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> Structure (2) -- Wh-Question Word + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (2A). What + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (2B). When + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (2C). Where + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (2D). Which + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (2E). Who + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (2F). Whom + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (2G). Whose + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (2H). Why + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (2I). How + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> Structure (3) -- Wh-Question Word + Main Verb (Present or Past)<br /> Structure (4) ? Interrogatives Sentences ? Be/Do/Have/Modal<br /> (4A). Interrogatives Starting From ? Am, Is, Are, Was, Were<br /> (4B). Interrogatives Starting From ? Do, Does, Did<br /> (4C). Interrogatives Starting From ? Have, Has, Had<br /> (4D). Interrogatives Starting From ? Modal Verbs<br /> Structure (5) -- Question Tags<br /> Structure (6) -- What if<br /> Structure (7) ? How Long/How Much/How Many<br /> Structure (8) -- Wh-Question Word + To + Verb Word<br /> Structure (9) ? “What About” and “How About”<br /> Structure (9) ? “What About” and “How About”<br /> Structure (10) ? Alternative Questions<br /> Structure (11) ? Indirect Questions<br /> Formation of Interrogatives from Affirmatives<br /> Exercises</p> <p>Sample This:</p> <p>What are “Interrogative Sentences”?</p> <p>Interrogative sentences are used to ask questions. An interrogative sentence ends with a question mark.<br /> Most common interrogative words are as follows:<br /> What, When, Where, Which, Who, Whom, Whose, Why, How</p> <p>Interrogative words and what they refer:<br /> What ? refers ‘specific information’ or confirmation/repetition<br /> When ? refers ‘at what time’ or ‘on what occasion’<br /> Where ? refers ‘in what place, position or situation’<br /> Which ? refers ‘choice or alternative’<br /> Who ? refers ‘identity’ of a subject (person/people)<br /> Whom ? refers ‘identity’ of a object (person/people)<br /> Whose ? refers ‘who something belongs to’<br /> Why ? refers ‘reason, explanation or purpose’<br /> How ? refers ‘way or manner’, ‘condition or quality’</p> <p>These words are called 'Wh-question words' because all these words contain letter ‘w’ and ‘h’. All these words (except ‘how’) even start from ‘Wh’.</p> <p>NOTE: The following words are also used to ask questions:<br /> Whatever, Whenever, Wherever, Whoever<br /> These forms show ‘surprise, confusion, or emphasis.</p> <p>Besides ‘Wh-question words’, Auxiliary Verbs ‘Be’, ‘Do’, ‘Have’, and ‘Modal Verbs’ are also used to form interrogative sentences. Following is the list of auxiliary and modal verbs:<br /> Auxiliary Verb-- Be-- Am, Is, Are, Was, Were<br /> Auxiliary Verb-- Do-- Do, Does, Did<br /> Auxiliary Verb-- Have-- Have, Has, Had<br /> Modal Verbs-- May, Might, Can, Could, Will, Would, Shall, Should, Must, Need, Used (To), Ought (To), Dare<br /> You can begin sentences with these verbs to form Yes/No interrogative sentences.</p> <p>(1A). What + Be/Do/Have/Modal</p> <p>What is a good pet to give a five-year-old child?<br /> What is a long way away?<br /> What is a reasonable grocery budget?<br /> What is age got to do with it?<br /> What is all that?<br /> What is Australia's national food?<br /> What is behind nation's food shortages?<br /> What is better for your company: happy staff or short-term profits?<br /> What is Brazil to you?<br /> What is going on in India?<br /> What is going to take place over the next 90 minutes?<br /> What is in the haze we are breathing?<br /> What is it about the first day of the year that gets us so excited?<br /> What is it and does it work?<br /> What is it like to be sectioned?<br /> What is it like to fly an Airbus A380?<br /> What is it like to have won an unlimited supply of something?<br /> What is it like to live in a hut?</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 111円

Dictionary of One-word Substitution: Vocabulary Building【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>One-Word Substitutes: A Word that is used in place of a complete sentence</p><p>This book covers the following topics:<br />(01). Related Words<br />(02). Scientific Studies<br />(03). That Which Cannot Be…<br />(04). Types of Behavior<br />(05). Types of Doctors<br />(06). Different Instruments<br />(07). A Particular Type of Place<br />(08). A Particular Type of Person<br />(09). Phobia and Mania<br />(10). Connected With…<br />(11). Country-Government<br />(12). Types of States<br />(13). Types of Statements<br />(14). Money-Related<br />(15). Other Topics<br />(A). Professions<br />(B). A Collection of Things<br />(C). Act of Killing<br />(D). Physical Appearance of A Person<br />(16). Various One-word Substitutes</p><p>Sample This:</p><p>(01). Related Words</p><p>01a. A person who looks at the bright side of things -- Optimist<br />01b. A person who looks at the dark side of things -- Pessimist</p><p>02a. All the animals living in a particular area -- Fauna<br />02b. Plants and vegetation in a particular area -- Flora</p><p>03a. A government tax on goods brought into the country -- Customs<br />03b. A government tax on goods made within a country -- Excise</p><p>04a. A person who is more interested in others -- Extrovert<br />04b. A person who keeps himself to himself -- Introvert</p><p>05a. That which cannot be harmful or dangerous -- Innocuous<br />05b. Causing serious harm in gradual or unnoticeable way -- Insidious</p><p>06a. A person who is taking examination -- Examinee<br />06b. A person who examine the copies of examinees -- Examiner</p><p>07a. A person who talks too much -- Garrulous/Loquacious<br />07b. A person who eats too much -- Glutton</p><p>08a. To suddenly change direction -- Deflect<br />08b. To keep on changing direction during movement -- Meander</p><p>09a. Ability to know something on the basis of feelings rather than reasoning -- Intuition<br />09b. Ability to speak without moving your lips -- Ventriloquism</p><p>10a. To change a law in order to improve it -- Amend<br />10b. To correct the mistakes in manuscript, etc. -- Emend</p><p>11a. A person between 70 and 79 years old -- Septuagenarian<br />11b. A person between 80 and 89 years old -- Octogenarian</p><p>12a. Animals having spinal column -- Vertebrate<br />12b. An animal with thick skin -- Pachyderm</p><p>13a. Obeying rules and requests -- Compliance<br />13b. Open refusal to obey -- Defiance</p><p>14a. The state of being married -- Matrimony<br />14b. The state of being unmarried -- Bachelorhood</p><p>15a. A woman whose husband has died -- Widow<br />15b. A man whose wife has died -- Widower</p><p>16a. Things of different nature -- Heterogeneous<br />16b. Things of same nature -- Homogeneous</p><p>17a. A religious song -- Hymn<br />17b. A pleasant song used for causing children to sleep -- Lullaby</p><p>18a. To rise in value -- Appreciate<br />18b. To go down in value -- Depreciate</p><p>19a. A disorder in which person eats too less because of abnormal fear of being fat -- Anorexia<br />19b. A disorder in which person repeatedly eats too much -- Bulimia</p><p>20a. To increase the intensity of a disease -- Aggravate<br />20b. To go from bad to worse ? Deteriorate</p><p>21a. A school for small children -- Kindergarten<br />21b. A student who has left school or class without permission -- Truant</p><p>22a. To free somebody from all blame -- Exonerate<br />22b. To free a person from a charge by verdict -- Acquit</p><p>23a. A co-worker in the same institution -- Colleague<br />23b. Equal in rank -- Peer</p><p>24a. An office with high salary but no work -- Sinecure<br />24b. A position in an organization without salary -- Honorary</p><p>25a. An assembly of hearers at a lecture or concert -- Audience<br />25b. An assembly of worshippers -- Congregation</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 361円

Infinispan Data Grid Platform【電子書籍】[ Francesco Marchioni, Manik Surtani ]

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<p>By following a simple ticket booking example, you will learn how to use each of Infinispans features in the real-world. Lots of practical examples and screenshots help you to get to grips with Infinispan quickly and easily..This book is for Enterprise developers and architects who want to use a distributed caching and data grid solution. You should have programming knowledge of Java and a general familiarity with concepts like data caching and clustering.</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 1,831円

Heaven Descends on Our Earth【電子書籍】[ Manik Saikia ]

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<p>Pioneered by two young leaders, Alex Mandela from South Africa and Charles Hope from the USA, the young people across the world launch an intensive revolution to influence the world to recognize that human society’s future has to be built on the choices of the youth. Heaven Descends on Our Earth tells the story of this great revolution.<br /> Shankar, born in 1955, lives an exceptionally long lifeーcompleting an incredible 145 years on January 1, 2100ーto witness many transformations in human society and to witness if the young people’s resolve bears fruit.</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 207円

Problems of Working Women in Profession and Family【電子書籍】[ Gouri Manik Manas ]

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<p>The financial demands on the Indian families are becoming fiercer by day. The sky rocketing cost of living, increasing expenses on education of children,increasing cost of housing properties in India force every family in India to look for ways and means of increasing the household income. As a result, women in India who were mostly known as homemakers are forced to go for jobs and take up even careers that were considered only suitable for men such as working in night shifts in call centers or BPOs. They are left with no option but to fend for their families in all possible ways. Working women in India are faced with lot more challenges than their counterparts in the other parts of the world. In India men do not share on most of the household chores, it is women who have to cook, clean the house, do the dishes, wash clothes, get their children ready for school etc. Men just took care of few chores that are to be dealt outside the house. So the major burden of running the family is on the shoulders of women. It was alright for women to handle all the chores as long as they were homemakers. Now with their increasing need for getting some income for the family, they have to work all the more harder. They have to take up a 9 to 5 job plus handle all the household chores that they handled as a homemaker. Men's role has not changed much. Here researchers (authors of the book) have provided a survey based report conducted on married women working in teaching profession. Various types of problems faced by them viz. psycho-social, professional, family related etc. are collected and discussed. Further an attempt was made to highlight the reasons behind those problems.</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 2,681円

Match the Two Parts of the Words: Test Your Word Power【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>200 Exercises for practicing your word power skills</p><p>Sample This:</p><p>Exercise -- 01</p><p>Match the two parts of the words:</p><p>01. meri ------ (A). alous<br />02. anne ------ (B). anx<br />03. sl ------ (C). ate<br />04. snip ------ (D). ck<br />05. rava ------ (E). destine<br />06. anom ------ (F). dy<br />07. chu ------ (G). enter<br />08. squeam ------ (H). gatory<br />09. churl ------ (I). ges<br />10. swan ------ (J). ish<br />11. baw ------ (K). ishly<br />12. quis ------ (L). liness<br />13. wool ------ (M). ling<br />14. gump ------ (N). lment<br />15. rec ------ (O). natal<br />16. hara ------ (P). ndant<br />17. annu ------ (Q). ngue<br />18. bl ------ (R). oup<br />19. phal ------ (S). ous<br />20. dero ------ (T). pet<br />21. post ------ (U). song<br />22. tenu ------ (V). tion<br />23. diss ------ (W). tocracy<br />24. clan ------ (X). ush<br />25. atte ------ (Y). xation</p><p>ANSWERS TO THE EXERCISE 01</p><p>01. -- (W). meritocracy | 02. -- (Y). annexation | 03. -- (C). slate | 04. -- (T). snippet | 05. -- (I). ravages | 06. -- (A). anomalous | 07. -- (D). chuck | 08. -- (J). squeamish | 09. -- (K). churlishly | 10. -- (U). swansong | 11. -- (F). bawdy | 12. -- (M). quisling | 13. -- (L). woolliness | 14. -- (V). gumption | 15. -- (R). recoup | 16. -- (Q). harangue | 17. -- (N). annulment | 18. -- (X). blush | 19. -- (B). phalanx | 20. -- (H). derogatory | 21. -- (O). postnatal | 22. -- (S). tenuous | 23. -- (G). dissenter | 24. -- (E). clandestine | 25. -- (P). attendant</p><p>Exercise -- 02</p><p>Match the two parts of the words:</p><p>01. grav ------ (A). animous<br />02. rami ------ (B). atic<br />03. form ------ (C). ctionate<br />04. buco ------ (D). ctive<br />05. lacu ------ (E). erfuge<br />06. pic ------ (F). ering<br />07. dise ------ (G). erk<br />08. demo ------ (H). fication<br />09. plu ------ (I). gnito<br />10. san ------ (J). graphic<br />11. def ------ (K). idably<br />12. subt ------ (L). ingly<br />13. glow ------ (M). ish<br />14. blem ------ (N). itation<br />15. und ------ (O). ity<br />16. enn ------ (P). ky<br />17. affe ------ (Q). lic<br />18. dese ------ (R). mbark<br />19. dete ------ (S). na<br />20. pos ------ (T). nk<br />21. falt ------ (U). ray<br />22. inco ------ (V). rving<br />23. dram ------ (W). terity<br />24. magn ------ (X). ui<br />25. bers ------ (Y). uly</p><p>ANSWERS TO THE EXERCISE 02</p><p>01. -- (N). gravitation | 02. -- (H). ramification | 03. -- (K). formidably | 04. -- (Q). bucolic | 05. -- (S). lacuna | 06. -- (P). picky | 07. -- (R). disembark | 08. -- (J). demographic | 09. -- (T). plunk | 10. -- (O). sanity | 11. -- (U). defray | 12. -- (E). subterfuge | 13. -- (L). glowingly | 14. -- (M). blemish | 15. -- (Y). unduly | 16. -- (X). ennui | 17. -- (C). affectionate | 18. -- (V). deserving | 19. -- (D). detective | 20. -- (W). posterity | 21. -- (F). faltering | 22. -- (I). incognito | 23. -- (B). dramatic | 24. -- (A). magnanimous | 25. -- (G). berserk</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 120円

Get- Popular English Verb: Sentences Using Verb ‘Get’【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>This Book Covers The Following Topics:</p> <ol> <li>ENGLISH VERB -- ‘GET’</li> <li>Meanings of Main Verb ‘GET’</li> <li>GET + THIRD FORM OF VERB<br /> 3A. Get + Third Form of Verb<br /> 3B. Have/Has + Got + Third Form of Verb<br /> 3C. Got + Third Form of Verb<br /> 3D. Had + Got + Third Form of Verb<br /> 3E. Will + Get + Third Form of Verb<br /> 3F. Will + Have + Got + Third Form of Verb<br /> 3G. Modal Verbs + Get + Third Form of Verb<br /> 3H. Getting + Third Form of Verb<br /> 3I. Verb + To + Get + Third Form of Verb</li> <li>GET TO + FIRST FORM OF VERB<br /> 4A. Get To + First Form of Verb<br /> 4B. Got To + First Form of Verb<br /> 4C. Will + Get To + First Form of Verb</li> <li>HAVE + GOT TO + FIRST FORM OF VERB</li> <li>‘GET’ + ADJECTIVE</li> <li>‘GET’ + USED TO</li> <li>Use of ‘Get’ In Causative Sentences</li> <li>English Idioms With ‘Get’</li> <li>Phrasal Verbs With ‘Get’</li> <li>Other Sentences With ‘Get’</li> <li>Conjugation of Verb ‘Get’<br /> Exercises</li> </ol> <p>Sample This:</p> <ol> <li>ENGLISH VERB -- ‘GET’</li> </ol> <p>Get is an irregular verb. Its three forms are as follows:</p> <p>First Form (Base Form) -- GET<br /> Second Form (Past Form) -- GOT<br /> Third Form (Past Participle) -- GOT/GOTTEN</p> <p>Present Perfect of ‘Get’ ? Have/Has Got || Have/Has Gotten<br /> Past Perfect of ‘Get’ -- Had Got || Had Gotten</p> <p>Gotten (past participle form of ‘get’) is generally used in Spoken American English. Gotten is incorrect in British English.</p> <p>-ING Form of ‘Get’ -- Getting<br /> Infinitive of ‘Get’ -- To Get</p> <p>IMPORTANT NOTE:<br /> “Have/has got” is the ‘Present Perfect’ Form of ‘get’. But it is mainly used in the present indefinite (simple) tense. “Have/has got” is generally used with ‘simple present meaning’ to show characteristics, ownership, illnesses, and relationships.<br /> ‘Have got’ and ‘has got’ have the same meaning as ‘have’ and ‘has’ respectively. They can be used as present indefinite (simple) tenses.</p> <p>Affirmative Sentences --<br /> They have got computers. = They have computers.<br /> He has got a computer. = He has a computer.</p> <p>Negative Sentences --<br /> They have not got computers. = They do not have computers.<br /> He has not got a computer. = He does not have a computer.<br /> Note:- Negative form of ‘have/has got’ is made by adding ‘not’ between ‘have/has’ and ‘got’; whereas, negative form of ‘have/has’ is made by using ‘do/does not’.</p> <p>Interrogative Sentences --<br /> Have they got computers? = Do they have computers?<br /> Has he got a computer? = Does he have a computer?<br /> Note:- Interrogative pattern of ‘have/has got’ is made by putting auxiliary verb ‘have/has’ before the subject; whereas Interrogative pattern of ‘have/has’ is made by putting auxiliary verb ‘Do/Does’ before the subject.</p> <p>However, in past events you should prefer using ‘had’ instead of ‘had got’ ’ to show characteristics, ownership, illnesses, and relationships.<br /> More Common -- They had computers. They did not have computers. Did they have computers?<br /> Less Common -- They had got computers. They had not got computers. Had they got computers?</p> <p>Also Note: Use of ‘have got’ and ‘has got’ in present perfect tenses:<br /> Pattern: Have/has got + past participle of verb<br /> A project has got stuck. || Many projects have got stuck.</p> <p>And, in past perfect tenses you should use ‘had got’.<br /> A project had got stuck. || Many projects had got stuck.</p> <p>English Verb ‘Get’ can be used in a number of patterns and has lots of different uses and meanings.--<br /> A. “Get” is used as a main verb with many different meanings.<br /> B. “Get” is used in several idioms.<br /> C. “Get” is used in several phrasal verbs.</p> <p>Meanings of Main Verb ‘GET’</p> <p>MOST COMMON MEANINGS OF “GET” AS A MAIN VERB ARE AS FOLLOWS:<br /> to receive / to obtain or acquire (to gain, attain, achieve something) / to bring / to receive prison term / to receive broadcasts / to buy something / to earn / to receive marks or grade in an exam / to become affected by (a disease or bodily condition) / to be infected with an illness, etc. / to start doing something / to arrive/come/reach / to move to a particular direction or place, etc.</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 336円

English Word Exercises (Part 2): Choose the Correct Word【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>Numerous ‘Choose the Correct Word’ Exercises for Improving your Vocabulary</p><p>Sample This:</p><p>Choose The Correct Word ? 01 - 10<br />(Exercise 01)</p><p>ascertain, comply, diagnosed, entails, incessant, poured, rectified, submerged, terminated, whopping</p><p>01. Congratulatory messages ____________ in from all parts of the country.<br />02. He furnished a ____________ fine of dollar 1 million.<br />03. Heavy downpour ____________ buildings and vehicles across the city.<br />04. Power supply resumed after power officials ____________ the problem.<br />05. She was ____________ with having mild breathing difficulty.<br />06. They were ____________ from service after their certificates were found to be fake.<br />07. This offence ____________ a jail term of up to six months or fine or both.<br />08. Vehicular traffic in the hilly region was affected by ____________ rainfall.<br />09. We are trying to ____________ source from where the victim caught infection.<br />10. We have to ____________ with the laws of the land.</p><p>ANSWERS<br />01. poured | 02. whopping | 03. submerged | 04. rectified | 05. diagnosed | 06. terminated | 07. entails | 08. incessant | 09. ascertain | 10. comply</p><p>Choose The Correct Word ? 11 - 20<br />(Exercise 02)</p><p>clogged, conducted, disbursed, ensure, gauged, insistence, scarce, sustained, tolerated, triggered</p><p>11. ____________ that students do not use unfair means in the next exam.<br />12. Anti-party activities will not be ____________, however big the person is.<br />13. With coal and petroleum products becoming ____________ in the near future, scientists should venture into producing solar energy through researches.<br />14. He ____________ serious head injuries and is in coma.<br />15. Principal ____________ a meeting with teachers to resolve the issue.<br />16. It was at the ____________ of his four-year-old elder daughter, that he bought a car four months ago.<br />17. She ____________ a huge political row by saying she feared for her life.<br />18. Silt from overflowing rivers ____________ the pipelines.<br />19. State government has not yet ____________ the scholarship amount.<br />20. The effect of these steps needs to be ____________.</p><p>ANSWERS<br />11. ensure | 12. tolerated | 13. scarce | 14. sustained | 15. conducted | 16. insistence | 17. triggered | 18. clogged | 19. disbursed | 20. gauged</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 100円
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English Causative Sentences: Active and Passive Causatives【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>This Book Covers The Following Topics:</p> <p>What are “Causative Sentences”?<br /> Causative Sentences -- HAVE<br /> Structure 1(A) ---- Active Causative Structure<br /> Structure 1(B) ---- Passive Causative Structure<br /> Structure 2(A) ---- Active Causative Structure<br /> Structure 2(B) ---- Passive Causative Structure<br /> Structure 3(A) ---- Active Causative Structure<br /> Structure 3(B) ---- Passive Causative Structure<br /> Causative Verb ‘Have’ and Tense Change<br /> Causative Sentences -- GET<br /> Structure (1) ---- Active Causative Structure<br /> Structure (2) ---- Passive Causative Structure<br /> Causative Verb ‘Get’ and Tense Change<br /> Causative Sentences -- MAKE<br /> Causative Sentences -- LET<br /> Causative Sentences -- HELP<br /> Sentences with Verb ‘Cause’<br /> Other ‘Causative Verbs’<br /> Use of ‘Modal Verbs’ with Causative Verbs<br /> Exercises: 1(A) and 1(B)<br /> Exercises: 2(A) and 2(B)<br /> Exercises: 3(A) and 3(B)<br /> Exercises: 4(A) and 4(B)</p> <p>Sample This:</p> <p>What are “Causative Sentences”?</p> <p>In a causative, a person or thing does not perform an action directly. The subject (person or thing) causes it to happen by forcing, persuading, assisting, etc. an agent (another person or thing) to perform it. The subject (person or thing) does not carry out an action oneself but rather has the action done by an agent (another person or thing).</p> <p>Examples:<br /> Faulty design caused a bridge to collapse.<br /> Modern lifestyles cause children and adults to spend most of their time indoors.<br /> Rain caused water to collect on the road.<br /> She caused needle to run.</p> <p>Causative verbs ? Have, Get, Make, Let, Help -- Comparison<br /> Causative ‘Have’ has less force and authority than Causative ‘Get’.<br /> Causative ‘Get’ has less force and authority than Causative ‘Make’</p> <p>Causative Verb ‘Have’ -- used to express “arrangement/duty/responsibility” [Less Forceful]<br /> Causative Verb ‘Get’ -- used to express “encouragement/persuasion". [Forceful]<br /> Causative Verb ‘Make’ -- used to express "compulsion/insistence/requirement” [Most Forceful]<br /> Causative Verb ‘Let’ -- used to express “permission". [No Force]<br /> Causative Verb ‘Help’ -- used to express “assistance". [No Force]</p> <p>Causative ‘Have’ is more formal than causative ‘Get’.<br /> In the imperative form, causative ‘Get’ is more frequent than causative ‘Have’.</p> <p>Types of Causative Verbs<br /> Causative structures are of two types ?<br /> (1). ‘Active’ in Nature ? (Done By Somebody/Something)<br /> (2). ‘Passive’ in Nature ? (Done To Somebody/Something)<br /> Passive causatives are used to take attention away from the doer of the action, and give more attention to the action being done.</p> <p>ALSO NOTE:<br /> “Have somebody do something” is more common in American English.<br /> “Get somebody to do something” is more common in British English.</p> <p>All causative verbs are transitive.</p> <p>CAUSATIVE VERB ? HAVE<br /> Structure 1(A) ---- Active Causative Structure</p> <p>Subject + Have (Causative Verb) + Agent (Someone/Something) + Base Form of Verb + Object (Someone/Something)</p> <p>Example: I have him take my photograph. (Present)<br /> Explanation:<br /> I arrange for my photograph to be taken by him.<br /> [I cause him to take my photograph.]<br /> Therefore, this is like active causative structure.</p> <p>Example: I had him take my photograph. (Past)<br /> Explanation:<br /> I arranged for my photograph to be taken by him.<br /> [I caused him to take my photograph.]<br /> Therefore, this is like active causative structure.</p> <p>Example: I will have him take my photograph. (Future)<br /> Explanation:<br /> I will arrange for my photograph to be taken by him.<br /> [I will cause him to take my photograph.]<br /> Therefore, this is like active causative structure.</p> <p>OTHER EXAMPLES:</p> <p>CAUSATIVE - HAVE --<br /> Have/Has + Someone/Something + Base Form of Verb<br /> Note: This pattern may denote past, present, or future tense based on another verb in the sentence.</p> <p>Her desire to have me write a memoir only raised my stress level.<br /> We are so blessed to have her sing on one of our songs.<br /> It is one thing to have somebody else ask him about what he has done and it is quite another to have me ask him.<br /> He refused to have investigation officers search his home.</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 111円

Holonyms and Meronyms: Vocabulary Building【電子書籍】[ Manik Joshi ]

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<p>What are “Holonyms and Meronyms”?</p><p>HOLONYMS ----<br />[Holo- Whole; -Onym: Name]<br />Holonym is a word that denotes a thing that is complete in itself and whose part, member or substance is represented by another word.<br />Holonym [singular] | Holonyms [plural]<br />Example: ‘Bird’ is a holonym of ‘Feather’.</p><p>Derived terms related to ‘Holonyms’:<br />Holonymous<br />Words that are Holonyms are said to be Holonymous.<br />Holonymy<br />The state of being a Holonym is called Holonymy.</p><p>MERONYMS ----<br />[Mero- Part; -Onym: Name]<br />Meronym is a word that denotes a constituent part, member or substance of something that is complete in itself.<br />Meronym [singular] | Meronyms [plural]<br />Example: ‘Feather’ is a meronym of ‘Bird’.</p><p>Derived terms related to ‘Meronyms’:<br />Meronymous<br />Words that are Meronyms are said to be Meronymous.<br />Meronymy<br />The state of being a Meronym is called Meronymy.</p><p>Holonyms and Meronyms -- A</p><p>Holonym / Meronym -- Example A1 --<br />Holonym -- air-conditioner<br />Meronyms -- blower / compressor / condenser coil / control panel / cooling coil / evaporator coil / expansion valve / fan / motor / temperature sensing bulb / thermostat</p><p>Holonym / Meronym -- Example A2 --<br />Holonym -- airplane (aeroplane)<br />Meronyms -- aileron / altimeter / black box / cabin / cargo / cockpit / cowling / elevator / fin / flap / flight deck / fuselage / galley / hatch / jet engine / leading edge / nose / propeller / rudder / seat / slat / tail / trailing edge / undercarriage / wing</p><p>Holonym / Meronym -- Example A3 --<br />Holonym -- airport<br />Meronyms -- airplane / airstrip / air terminal / control tower / hangar / lounge / taxiway / terminal</p><p>Holonym / Meronym -- Example A4 --<br />Holonym -- algae<br />Meronyms -- cell membrane / cell wall / chloroplast / cytoplasm / flagellum / nucleolus / nucleus / starch vacuole</p><p>Holonym / Meronym -- Example A5 --<br />Holonym -- atom<br />Meronyms -- electron / neutron / proton</p><p>Other Examples:<br />Holonym / Meronym -- Example A6 ?<br />‘abacus’ is the holonym of ‘wire’<br />wire’ is a meronym of ‘abacus’</p><p>Holonym / Meronym -- Example A7 ?<br />‘album’ is the holonym of ‘photograph’<br />‘photograph’ is a meronym of ‘album’</p><p>Holonym / Meronym -- Example A8 --<br />‘asparagus’ is the holonym of ‘spear’<br />‘spear’ is a meronym of ‘asparagus’</p><p>Holonym / Meronym -- Example A9 --<br />‘atmosphere’ is the holonym of ‘stratosphere’<br />‘stratosphere’ is a meronym of ‘atmosphere’</p>画面が切り替わりますので、しばらくお待ち下さい。 ※ご購入は、楽天kobo商品ページからお願いします。※切り替わらない場合は、こちら をクリックして下さい。 ※このページからは注文できません。 111円