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Ways to congratulate someone.

Ways to congratulate someone.

Ways to congratulate someone:

1. You’re doing a good Job

2. You’re doing beautifully

3. You are really growing up

4. That is the way to do it

5. You are very good at it

6. You are on the right track now

7. You are really going to town

8. Keep up the good work

9. That is the right way to do it

10. That is better than ever

11. You have done a great job!

12. You are getting better every day

13. You have just mastered that

14. nothing can stop you now.

15. That is the best you have ever done.

16. Keep working, you are getting better

17. I am happy to see you working like that

18. Well done!

19. Fantastic.

20. Hats Off!

21. Sensational.

22. Respects

23. Good job!

24. You rock!

25. Nicely done

26. It’s perfect

27. Way to go

28. You did it!

29. You are a genius!

30. You are the best.

31. You have got it.

32. Pat on the back.

33. That’s the way.

34. You really deserved it.

35. You did it this time.

Some Common English expressions

Some Common English expressions

*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

16 quick tips to improve your spoken English

16 quick tips to improve your spoken English

Sixteen quick tips to improve your spoken English
Think in English
The mind is truly a strong tool. It should be used as much as possible. Make it your habit of talking to yourself in English. Think in your mind before what you are going to say. Describe your thoughts about different things in English.
Do not translate from your native language to English
If you are unaware of the correct sentence or phrase in English, do not try to translate that in your native tongue. If you do this it will not take you towards effective learning. Don’t make fun of yourself. Therefor, try to find out the correct usage which you may get by reading or asking someone.
Speak English at every opportunity
A good leaner will always try to take advantage of every single opportunity to speak things in English. At first, it may be a bit awkward to speak unnecessarily but considering that your first ever experience try to avail of that opportunity. Things will be automatically get better for you afterwards.
Learn sentences or phrases – don’t concentrate on single words.
When you get some opportunity to learn few good words don’t consider those words sufficient for your speaking rather you must try to learn other things like different sentences and phrases that are used in daily life. Try to use those words in different sentences. It will help you improve your vocabulary.
Listen to others speaking English
Listen, listen, listen. Whether you have to use the radio or the television or a movie. Or a colleague or teacher who can speak a good English. listening continually can help you improve your pronunciation and accent. Your reading habit alone can’t help you improve your speaking skills.
Learn how to say the same thing differently
As it happens with other languages, similar case is with English, a single sentence can be made in various ways, but all those sentences give the similar meaning. If you can learn these sentences then you will be able to make more clear and simple sentences.
Make mistakes
Whenever you are going to commit mistakes while speaking , make sure there should be someone to correct your mistakes. Mistake is the best ever teacher and it’s a natural thing. You can never learn to correct yourself unless you know how to make mistakes. So feel free to make mistakes.
Do not lose confidence
Confidence is really something important not only in English learning but also in every field of your life. While speaking you may have to face difficulty and frustration which may cause loose your confidence level. Be alway confident of whatever the circumstances you face, even if you know you are speaking incorrectly, don’t let your confidence level be down.
Keep it simple
While speaking your only purpose should be to use a simple way of talking so that the other person can be able to get you properly. Your propose must not be to create difficulty to understand your talks. Your message should be clear and simple.
And most of all, have fun
When you are in a process of English learning, don’t take it too seriously as to make it hard for you. You should enjoy every moment of learning. If you take it in hard manner, you won’t be able to get it properly.
Talk to yourself
This is another interesting way of learning English language. Whenever you find yourself free at home or somewhere else, give yourself an opportunity to have a few words with the favourite person:
Use a mirror
Another amazing activity you can do to improve your English is to make yourself stand in front of the mirror and talk to yourself. This activity should be done on regular basis. Select any good topic and speak at least for 2 or 3 minutes continously. It will make you feel that you are talking to yourself. While speaking, if you get stuck at any point don’t stop! Try to describe that idea in a different way.
Focus on fluency, not grammar
When you are speaking in English, don’t bother to care about grammar rules. You should only give your full concentration on speaking fluently. You can be quite understandable even if you don’t focus on using correct grammar while speaking. If will try to focus more on speaking grammatically, then you will not be able to speak fluently. Your message will be understable without even using grammar rules.
Try some tongue twisters
When you are speaking, you need to try to use those words that are a bit hard to be pronounced. One example of it is “the thirty three thieves” etc. Practice these words for some time! It may be not easy . This method will be quite helpful to put words in the right placement of your mouth and tongue and also you will be able to pronounce words accurately.
Speak, speak, speak!
The only best way to improve your speaking skills is to try to speak English as much as you can. Don’t feel shyness and hesitation to speak before anyone. The more you practice, the more you will be able to speak English. You can learn speaking

Grammar Vocabulary

Grammar Vocabulary

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.

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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”.

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).

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.

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.

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

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

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

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

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 (!).

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.

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.

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

Parts of Speech

Parts of Speech

=====Parts of Speech======
====English Grammar=====

Parts of speech

Classification of word is called parts of speech.
There are eight parts of speech in whole English.

Ø Noun اسم
Ø Pronoun اسم ضمیر
Ø Adjective صفت
Ø Verb فعل
Ø Adverb متعلق صفت
Ø Preposition حرف جار
Ø Conjunction وصل۔جوڑ
Ø Interjection مداخلت

The parts of speech explain how a word is used in a sentence.
There are eight main parts of speech (also known as word classes): nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions and interjections.

Most parts of speech can be divided into sub-classes. Prepositions can be divided into prepositions of time, prepositions of place etc. Nouns can be divided into proper nouns, common nouns, concrete nouns etc.

It is important to know that a word can sometimes be in more than one part of speech. For example with the word increase.

1__NOUN – (Naming word) ===============
A noun is the name of a person, place, thing or idea.

Examples of nouns: Daniel, London, table, dog, teacher, pen, city, happiness, hope

Example sentences: Steve lives in Sydney. Mary uses pen and paper to write letters.

2__PRONOUN – (Replaces a Noun) ================
A pronoun is used in place of a noun or noun phrase to avoid repetition.

Examples of pronouns: I, you, we, they, he, she, it, me, us, them, him, her, this, those

Example sentences: Mary is tired. She wants to sleep. I want her to dance with me.

3__ADJECTIVE – (Describing word) ===============
An adjective describes, modifies or gives more information about a noun or pronoun.

Examples: big, happy, green, young, fun, crazy, three

Example sentences: The little girl had a pink hat.

4__VERB – (Action Word) ======================
A verb shows an action or state of being. A verb shows what someone or something is doing.

Examples: go, speak, run, eat, play, live, walk, have, like, are, is

Example sentences: I like Woodward English. I study their charts and play their games.

5__ADVERB – (Describes a verb) ================
An adverb describes/modifies a verb, an adjective or another adverb. It tells how, where, when, how often or to what extent. Many adverbs end in -LY

Examples: slowly, quietly, very, always, never, too, well, tomorrow, here

Example sentences: I am usually busy. Yesterday, I ate my lunch quickly.

6__PREPOSITION – (Shows relationship) ===========
A preposition shows the relationship of a noun or pronoun to another word. They can indicate time, place, or relationship.

Examples: at, on, in, from, with, near, between, about, under

Example sentences: I left my keys on the table for you.

7__CONJUNCTION – (Joining word) =============
A conjunction joins two words, ideas, phrases or clauses together in a sentence and shows how they are connected.

Examples: and, or, but, because, so, yet, unless, since, if.

Example sentences: I was hot and exhausted but I still finished the marathon.

87__INTERJECTION – (Expressive word)==============
An interjection is a word or phrase that expresses a strong feeling or emotion. It is a short exclamation.

Examples: Ouch! Wow! Great! Help! Oh! Hey! Hi!

Example sentences: Wow! I passed my English test. Great! – Ouch! That hurt.

============= ARTICLE ==============
ARTICLE – (Defining word) =============
An article is used before a noun. These are divided into definite (the) and indefinite (a, an). Articles help define nouns.

Examples: a, an, the

Example sentences: I need a dictionary. The dictionary needs to be in English.



Spradically اتفاق سے constantly
✓ominous منحوس auspicious خوشحال
✓Decent باحیا Vulgar بازاری
✓Unruly سرکشی obedient فرمانبرداری
✓seldom کبھی کبھار often اکثر
✓Luminious منور Dim دھندلا
✓dispenaible چھوڑنے لائق useful قابل استعمال
✓barbarious وحشی civilized مہذب
✓Timid ڈرپوک bold دلیر
✓ample کشادہ meager کم حقیر
✓censure ملامت کرنا applaud داد تالی بجانا
✓premeditation پہلے سے ٹھان لینا impromptu غیر ارادہ
✓clumsy بے سلیقہ graceful خوش اسلوبی
✓confess اقرار deny انکار
✓quiescent خاموش active متحرک
✓expand بڑھانا condense کم کرنا
✓Aliene غیر ملکی native , وطنی
✓garrulous بک بک reticent کم سخن ، خاموش
✓thrifty کم خرچ extravagent فضول خرچ
✓putrid سڑا ہوا fresh
✓entangle الجھانا untwist
✓peevish چڑچڑا ،تند خو genial خوشگوار
✓piquant دلچسپ ،لبھانے والا shocking چونکا دینے والا
✓gruesome نفرت انگیز attractive
✓awe احترام contempt ذلت
✓Amend سیدھی راہ پر آنا debase بے قدر
✓wean مشکل سے الگ کرنا attach
✓forbid باز رکھنا permit اجازت دینا
✓reneger غدار ، دین سے فرارای layalust
✓unyielding اپنے بات پر اڑ جانے والا Docile اصلاح پذیر
✓elate خوشی کے مارے پھول جانا upset
✓Tacit چپ چاپ Dictate من مانی
✓inordinate بہت زیادہ moderate اعتدال پسند
✓dissent اختلاف اعتراض agreement
✓indolent کاہل سست active
✓mite ریزہ whole
✓naive سادہ لوح tactful
✓pernicious مھل�� مضر heal
✓retaliate بدلہ دینا depart
✓erudite عالم فاضل ignorant
✓fortitude ہمت timidity
✓hindrance رکاوٹ مزاحمت aid, compliance
✓harbour پناہ دل میں جگہ دینا banish شھر بدر
✓affectation مصنوعی اخلاق simplicity سادہ پن
✓stigma بدنامی credit بھروسہ
✓lunacy دیوانگی sanity خوش و حواس
✓churlish اجڈ بے ڈھنگ decent
✓squeak ناک سے نیند میں آواز silence
✓profligacy عیاشی اوباشی moral
✓cogent قوی ineffective بے کار
✓aggravate شدید کرنا سنگین کرنا alleviate
✓amenable ماننے والا uncooperative
✓amiable ملنسار cruel
✓mitigate شدت کو کم کرنا intensify
✓enormous بھت بڑا tiny
✓prosecute مقدمہ چلانا acquite رہا کرنا
✓Timorous ڈرپوک bold
√rejoice خوش ہونا mourn
√succumb شکست conquer
√dolful اداس glad
√illicite ناجائز legal
√revere تعظیم عزب unrespectful
✓Letting اجازت Disallowing
✓rebuke سرزنش ملامت prais
✓incessant مسلسل discontinue
✓frivolus نکما ادنی pretty
✓affluence دولت کی بہتات دولتمندی dearth
✓niggardly تنگ دل generously دریا دل
✓repress دبانا encourage
✓facetious زندہ دل ھنسی مذاق کرنے والا solmn مذہبی
✓frugality کفایت شعاری wastefulness
✓vanity تمرد humility ذلالت
✓terse اختصار جامع lengthy
✓forbearance قابل برداشت intolerance ناقابل برداشت
✓nepotism اقربافروری fairness
✓bigot ہٹ دھرمم dignify حرمت لائق
✓hideious ڈراؤنا بھیانک beautiful
✓grumpy چڑچڑا pleasant خوش آئند پسندیدہ
✓inadvertent غافل لاپرواہ delibrator غور وفکر کرنے والا
✓concise مختصر بلیغ motley گوناں گو
✓defile گندہ کرنا sanctified پاک کرنا
✓docile اصلاح پذیر stubborn
✓retreat پیچھے ہٹنا واپس arrival
✓brazen بے حیا bashful حیادار
✓municifent فیاض miser
✓triumph فتح کامیابی discourage
✓autonomy خودمختار defendance
✓caprice وشواس وھم rational عاقل
✓benevolent خیرخواہ selfish

✓arable قابل کاشت infertile
✓abomination کراہت نفرت aminity خوشگوار
✓overt کھلا آشکار secret
✓furticious خوش قسمت unlucky
✓imperious منہ زور مغرور servile غلامانہ کمینہ
✓innocuous بے ضرر pernicious مضر مھلک
✓ambiguity مبھم بات clarity صاف بات
✓integrate مرکب اجزاء isolate
✓resurgence پھر سے جی اٹھنا ،زندہ ہونا failure نامراد
✓inclement کڑا سخت pleasant
√mammoth بھت بڑا tiny
✓expedite کام میں جلدی تکمیل ،پھرتی delay
✓altercations توں توں میں میں ،جھگڑا agreement
✓spurious کھوٹا جعلی authentic
✓shirking work بچنا جی چرانا meet
✓latent اندرونی apparent ظاہری
✓Vulgar عام بازاری aristocrate مغرور انسان خاص
✓blemish داغ لگنا perfect پورا صاف
✓adipose موٹا چربیلا thin
✓stingy کنجوس بخیل extravagent
✓agony ذہنی الجھن heedless لاپرواہ
✓imbroglio گہری سازش simplicity
✓laconic کم مغز talkative
✓placate تسلی دل ہاتھ میں لینا agitate اکسانا سوچ وبچار
✓naive سادہ لوح sophisticated غلط استدلال باطل دلیل
✓astatic متحرک stable
✓congenial خوش گوار ھمدرد disagreeable ناپسند
✓smug چکنا خوشحال unhappy
✓dexterous چالاک ماھر inexpert
✓ductile نرم ملائم stif
✓incredulous یقین نہ کرنے والا بے عقیدہ believing
✓Liberal آزاد wantedB
✓opaque دھندلا غیر شفاف transparent
✓irreverent بے ادب گستاخ respectful
✓relinquish چھوڑ دینا دست بردار possess.

English Literary Terms

English Literary Terms

English Literary Terms

1. Auto-Biography: -is the history of one’s life written by one self.

2. Act: – is the major division of a drama.

3. Antithesis: -is contrast or polarity in meaning.

4. Allusion: -is a reference to an idea, place, person or text existing outside the literary work.

5. Allegory: – is a literary work that has an implied meaning.

6. Alliteration:-the repetition of a consonant in two or more words.

7. Ballad: -is a song which tells a story.

8. Biography: -is the history of a person’s life by one else.

9. Blank Verse: -Verses written in iambic pentameter without any rhyme pattern are called blank verse.

10. Comedy:-is a play written to entertain its audience, ends happily.

11. Classical:-means any writing that conforms to the rules and modes of old Greek and Latin writings.

12. Canto:-is a sub-division of an epic or a narrative poem comparable to a chapter in a novel.

13. Chorus:-is a group of singers who stand alongside the stage in a drama.

14. Catharsis:-is emotional release of pity and fear that the tragic incidences in a tragedy arouse to an audience.

15. Comic relief:-a humorous scene in a tragedy to eliminate the tragic effect from audience.

16. Couplet:-Two lines of the same material length usually found in Shakespearean sonnets.

17. Catastrophe:-Catastrophe is the downfall of the protagonist in a tragedy.

18. Didactic:-is a literary work which aims at teaching and instructing its readers.

19. Dirge:-is a short functional term.

20. Diction:-is the selection of words in literary work.

21. Dialect:-is the language of particular district; class or a group of people.

22. Drammatical Monologue:-In a poem when a single person speaks along with or without an audience is called drammatical monologue. Example “My last Duchess”—–Br


23. Difference between drama and novel:-A drama is meant to be performed whereas a novel is meant to be read.

24. Difference between stanza and paragraph:-A stanza contains verses whereas a paragraph contains prosaic lines.

25. Epic:-is a long narrative poem composed on a grand scale and is exalted style. Example “Paradise Lost”——-Milton.

26. Epilogue:-is the concluding part of a longer poem or a novel or a drama.

27. Fable:-is a brief story illustrating a moral.

28. Farce:-A form of low comedy designed to provoke laughter.

29. Foot:-A basic unit of meter.

30. Fiction:-A fiction is an imaginative narrative in prose e.g.

Lord of the fly—by Golding.

31. Elegy:- is a poem mourning to the death of an individual or a lament for a tragic event.

32. Genre:-means category or types of literature-epic, ode, ballad etc.

33. Hyperbole:-An overstatement or exaggeration.

34. Image:-is the mental picture connected with metaphor, smile and symbol.

35. Limerick:-is a short poem of a five-line stanza rhyming aaba.

36. Lyric:-A lyric is a short poem expressing a simple mood. It is usually personal and musical e.g. Keats’s odes.

37. Linguistic:-is the scientific and systematic study of language.

38. Melodrama:-A highly sensational drama with happy ending.

Example ‘The Spanish Tragedy’ –Kyd.

39. Metaphysical Poetry:-Meta means beyond and physical is related to body . . . . . . . . .

40. Mock-epic:-It is a long satirical poem dealing with a trivial theme. Example: “The rape of the lock”-Alexander Pope.

41. Metaphor:-A metaphor is an implicit comparison between two different things.

42. Metre:-The recurrence of similar stress pattern in some lines of a poem.

43. Novel:-is a long prose narrative fiction with plot, characters, etc.

44. Novelette:-is longer than a short story and shorter than a novel.

45. Ode:-is a long narrative poem of varying, line length dealing with serious subject matter.

46. Objectivity:-We have objectivity in a literary piece when the author focuses on an object from broadened point of view.

47. Octave:-is the firs part of Italian sonnet.

48. Oxymoron:-is apparently a physical contrast which oddly makes sense on a deeper level.

49. Prologue:-is the beginning part of a novel or a play or a novel.




1. Abase — Degrade, Disgrace, Humiliate, Demean,
2. Abandon —–Desert, Forsake, Leave, Relinquish
3. Abhor —-Hate, Detest, Loathe, Abdominate
4. Abut —–Adjoin, Border, Verge on, Join
5. Abstain —-Refuse, Renounce, Avoid, Shun
6. Abbreviate —-Curtail, Abridge, Compress, Shorten, Truncate
7. Aberration—– Deviation, Wandering, Errant, Irrregular, Weird
8. Abet—– Aid, Assist, Condone, Favour, Support, Promote
9. Absurd —-Ridiculous, Silly, Foolish, Preposterous
10. Abstruse —–Recondite, Hidden, Difficult
11. Assiduous—— Painstaking, Diligent, Industrious, Laborious
12. Abundant —Ample, Copious, Plentiful, Bountiful
13. Adequate —-Enough, Sufficient, Proportionate
14. Accommodate —-Adapt, Adjust, Reconcile
15. Acme—- Summit, Apex, Zenith, Peak
16. Acclaim —-Applaud, Cheer, Celebrate, Extol
17. Acquiesce—– (in) Assent, Rest, Accede, Comply, Concur, Consent
18. Admiration —-Esteem, Praise, Respect, Approval, Approbation
19. Adherent—- SAcmeing to, Follower, Partisan, Devotee
20. Affliction —-Distress, Ordeal, Suffering, Sorrow
21. Adversity—- Misfortune, Calamity, Catastrophe, Hostility
22. Ameliorate—- Make better, Improve, Amend
23. Ally —-Colleague, Helper, Partner, Accomplice
24. Audacious —-Bold, Brazen, Impudent, Daring
25. Astonish —Amaze, Surprise, Astound, Flabbergast
26. Assistance —-Help, Aid, Succor, Collaboration, Sustenance
27. Aphorism —-Maxim, Apothegm, Axiom, Proverb, Motto,
28. Apprehend —-Seize, Know, Fear, Arrest, Understand
29. Appraise —–Evaluate, Estimate

30. Antithesis —-Contrasting, Reverse
31. Alms —–Dole, Gratuity, Money, Clothes and food that
are given to poor people
32. Beg —-Implore, Solicit, Supplicate, Beseech, Request
33. Behaviour —-Ignoble, Mean, Low, Foundation
34. Bad —-Evil, Wicked, Devilish, Naughty, Worthless
35. Blame —-Censure, Reprove, Condemn, Reproach
36. Blessing —–Benediction, God’s help or protection
37. Barbaric—- Savage, Uncivilized, Primitive Align
38. Bait —-Snare, Trap, Decoy
39. Brittle —–Frail, Fragile, hard but easily broken
40. Bizarre—– Unusual, Grotesque, Fantastic
41. Bewilder—– Confound, Perplex, Befuddle, Befog, Baffle,
42. Belligerent —–Warlike, Pugnacious, Hostile
43. Bedlam —–Pandemonium, Chaos, Mayhem, Clamor,
44. Bravo—- Fearless, Intrepid, Dauntless, Valiant, Bold
45. Burlesque —-Mock, Imitate, Tease, Satirize, Ridicule, Jeer,
46. Browbeat —-Intimate, Bully, Frighten, Threaten
47. Backlash —-Repercussion, Reaction, Recoil
48. Banal —-Dull, Trite, Hackneyed, Prosaic
49. Bigoted —-Biased, Prejudiced, Dogmatic, Opinionated
50. Calm —-Quiet, Tranquil, Peaceful, Sedate, Composed,
51. Cajole —-Persuade, Flatter, Wheedle, Coax
52. Captious—- Censorious, Hypercritical, Faulfinding
53. Care—- Solicitude, Anxiety, Misgiving, Forebonding
54. Charlatan —-Impostor, Mountebank, Quack, Chicane,
55. Choleric—- Irascible, Petulant, Bad-tempered

56. Conceit —-Pride, Vanity, Ego, Arrogance
57. Colossal —-Gigantic, Huge, Enormous, Mammoth, Vast
58. Cynical —-Misanthropic, Moody, Eccentric, Sardonic,
59. Conversant—– Familiar, Well versed, Acquainted (with)
60. Condign —-Due, Merited, Well deserved, Due, Suitable
61. Condone —-Pardon, Forgive, Excuse, Overlook
62. Confess —–Admit, Apologise, Own, Acknowledge
63. Contingent on) Liable, Possible, Uncertain
64. Constant —–Eternal, Perpetual, Incessant, Continuous
65. Cross —-Crusty, Fretful, Ill-humoured
66. Cursory—- Hasty, Superficial, Careless
67. Concise —-Short, Brief, Abridged, Compact
68. Crafty—- Cunning, Artful, Sly, Calculating
69. Cruelty —Tyranny, Persecution, Brutality, Oppression,
70. Damage —Loss, Harm, Injury, Detriment
71. Decay —-Wither, Fade, Corrode, Decline
72. Destitute—- Needy, Forsaken, Orphan
73. Didactic— Teaching, Instructive, Perfecting
74. Denounce —Accuse, Condemn, Arraign, Decry, Censure
75. Divine—- Heavenly, Celestial, Graceful, Godlike
76. Dangerous—- Perilous, Risky, Hazardous, Precarious
77. Dear —-Expensive, Costly, Loved by somebody
78. Definitive—- Limiting, Final, Positive
79. Desultory—- Discontinuous, Irregular, Rambling
80. Diffident —-Modest, Bashful, Shy
81. Discourse —–Lecture, Sermon, Exhortation, Dissertation
82. Dissipate—- Scatter, Waste
83. Economy—- Management, Frugality, Thrifty, Judicious
84. Effete —-Exhausted, Old, Worn out, Tired
85. Elicit—- Draw out, Discover
86. Elude —-Baffle, Avoid, Cheat, Fool

87. Emancipate—- Free, Liberate, Release, Deliver, Uplift
88. Emulate —- Imitate, Rival
89. Enticehl— Lure, Persuade, Allure, Entrap
90. Extravagant —-Prodigal, Wasteful
91. Exquisite—- Elegant, Fine, Matchless, Exclusive
92. Exceptional—– Anomalous, Unique, Extraordinary
93. Extricate —- Disentangle, Untangle
94. Ephemeral —- Transient, Short-lived
95. Exterminate —– Uproot, Eradicate, Eliminate, Destroy, Annihilate
96. Exacerbate —– Magnify, Heighten, Enlarge, Overstate, Amplify
97. Exculpate—- Absolve, Vindicate
98. Exigency —–Emergency, Distress
99. Fascinate —– Charm, Enchant, Memorize, Bewitch
100. Fastidious—— Dainty, Squeamish, Hard to please
101. Fate Lot, Destiny, End
102. Fatuous Silly, Purposeless
103. Fight Battle, Contention, Combat, Struggle, Conflict,
104. Fury Anger, Rage, Wrath, Ire
105. Fecund Prolific, Fertile, Fruitful, Luxuriant, Productive
106. Ferocious Savage, Barbaric, Fierce, Wild, Uncivilized
107. Fictitious False, Imaginative, Illusionary, Fabricated,
108. Flagrant Notorious, Outrageous, Disgraceful
109. Fortuitous Chance, Accidental
110. Forerunner Precursor, Herald, Harbinger
111. Forbid Prohibit, Preclude, Inhibit, Debar
112. Flippant Pert, Frivolous, Impudent, Saucy
113. Flamboyant Bombastic, Ostentatious, Ornate
114. Fatal Deadly, Mortal, Lethal, Virulent
115. Fallacy Imperfection, Erring, Wrong
116. Furbish Polish, Spruce, Renovate
117. Fortitude Strength, Firmness, Valour, Determination

118. Guile Fraud, Trickery, Cunning
119. Gratification Satisfaction, Enjoyment
120. Garrulous Talkative, Loquacious
121. Humane Kind, Generous, Benevolent, Compassionate
122. Haughty Arrogant, Proud, Egoist, Obstinate
123. Humility Politeness, Meekness, Modesty
124. Hamper Hinder, Block, Impede, Prevent
125. Illiterate Unlearned, Ignorant, Uneducated
126. Impotent Powerless. Disabled, Inadequate, Incapable
127. Immaterial Unimportant, Insignificant, Useless, Irrelevant
128. Imminent Threatening, Impending, Approaching
129. Irresolute Undecided, Wavering, Vacillating
130. Indignant Angry, Furious, Irate, Exasperated
131. Inanimate Lifeless, Dead, Dormant, Stagnant, Extinct
132. Ingenuous Artless, Sincere, Naïve, Innocent
133. Insidious Cunning, Clever, Inventive, Deceitful, Sly
134. Intimate Close, Confident, Inform, Cherished
135. Inexorable Relentless, Merciless, Apathetic, Harsh
136. Impertinent Irrelevant, Impudent, Insolent, Saucy
137. Jolly Jovial, Merry, Cheerful, Affable
138. Jubilant Elated, Triumphant
139 Joy Delight, Pleasure, Ecstasy, Elation
140. Knave Fraud, Cheat, Scoundrel, Rogue
141. Lament Sorrow, Mourn, Grieve
142. Liberal Generous, Kind, Tolerant, Permissive
143. Lenient Forbearing, Forgiving, Compassionate, Mild
144. Lethargy Laziness, Stupor, Sluggishness, Idleness
145. Likeness Similarity, Resemblance, Affinity
146. Lively Active, Enthusiastic, Agile, Brisk
147. Loyal Devoted, Faithful, Trustworthy, Honest
148. Meagre Small, Tiny, Inadequate, Scanty
149. Mean Low, Petty, Abject, Selfish
150. Misery Sorrow, Distress, Affliction, Grief

151. Morbid Unhealthy, Diseased, Ghastly, Horrid
152. Mournful Sad, Sorrow, Gloomy, Dejected
153. Mighty Powerful, Massive, Strong, Almighty
154. Malice Bitterness, Spite, Ill-well, Rancour, Malevolence
155. Melancholy Gloomy, Sadness, Sorrow, Dejected
156. Magnificent Splendid, Grand, Good, Glorious
157. Notorious Infamous, Dishonourable, Flagrant, Blatant
158. Notable Memorable, Remarkable, Renowned, Eminent
159. Obscene Filthy, Indecent, Awful, Bawdy, Vulgar,Gross,
160. Obsolete Antiquated, Old-fashioned, Extinct, Outworn
161. Obtrude Thrust, Pressure, Importunate, Interfere
162. Obliterate Destroy, Efface, Demolish, Erase
163. Opportune Timely, Convenient, Appropriate, Well-chosen
164. Pensive Thoughtful, Rational, Contemplative, Reflective
165. Pathetic Moving, Touching, Distressing, Lamentable
166. Pious Religious, Holy, Devout, God-fearing
167. Perennial Perpetual, Parmanent, Long lasting, Constant
168. Portray Delineate, Depict, Draw, Sketch
169. Possess Have, Own, Acquire, Occupy, Seize
170. Prate Chatter, Babble, Tattle, Talkative
171. Prodigal Extravagant, Wasteful, Spendthrift, Squander
172. Precocious Premture, Forward, Advanced, Developed
173. Philanthropist Altruist, Charitable, Benevolent, Kind
174. Patronize Condescend, Stoop, Snub
175. Penalize Castigate, Chatise, Punish
176. Picturesque Charming, Pictorial, Scenic, Sylvan
177. Prerogative Privilege, Advantage, Exemption, Right
178. Prohibit Forbid, Interdict, Prevent, Ban
179. Pillage Plunder, Loot, Rob, Destroy, Steal
180. Poignant Touching, Moving, Heart-Rending
181. Quaint Queer, Odd, Singular, Whimsical
182. Quirk Whim, Caprice,, Fancy, Peculiarity

183. Quip Retort, Repartee, Remark, Jest
184. Quarantined Separated, Isolated, Restrained
185. Qualm Scruple, Doubt, Uncertainty, Suspicion
186. Queer Strange, Odd, Indifferent, Weird
187. Questionable Doubtful, Disputable, Accountable,
188. Quest Search, Pursuit, Inquisitive, Crusade
189. Quick Alive, Swift, Keen, Fast
190. Radiant Brilliant, Bright, Intelligent, Beaming
191. Refined Elegant, Polished, Cultured, Sophisticated
192. Rebellion Mutiny, Revolt, Struggle, Fight
193. Reiterate Repeat, Do it again, Rewrite, Emphasis
194. Remorse Repentance, Regret, Anguish, Grief
195. Renown Reputation, Fame, Famous, Distinguished
196. Rejoice Exult, Delight, Happy, Glad
197. Relevant Execute, Applicable, Pertinent, Implement
198. Resistance Opposition, Hindrance, Combat, Struggle
199. Ruin Destruction, Downfall, Wreckage, Devastation
200. Rigid Stiff, Unyielding, Stern
201. Rash Impetuous, Hasty, Foolhardy, Impulsive,
202. Refute Disprove, Answer, Deny
203. Ricochet Rebound, Reflect, Bounce, Carom
204. Rut Groove, Hollow, Furrow, Habit, Course, Routine
205. Rural Suburban, Rustic, Agrarian, Country
206. Radical Fundamental, Native, Original, Extreme,
Rebellious, Rimy Frosty, Hazy, Blurred
207. Remote Far, Distant, Interior place, Aloof
208. Ridiculous Absurd, Silly, Comical, Ludicrous
209. Sane Wise, Sensible, Sound, Balanced
210. Satiate Satisfy, Surfeit, Glut, Happy
211. Sacred Holy, Consecrated, Blessed, Divine
212. Scanty Meagre, Slender, Insufficient, Limited

213. Scold Chide, Rebuke, Rail, Complain
214. Scrutinize Examine, View, Study, Analyze, Inspect
215. Scorching Sweltering, Searing, Burning, Fiery
216. Spry Nimble, Agile, Animated, Brisk, Lively, Quick
217. Statute Law, Decree, Ordinance, Edict, Rule, Act, Bill
218. Stipulation Prerequisite, Condition, Qualification, Clause
219. Subterfuge Ploy, Scheme, Stratagem, Deceit, Deception
220. Substantiate Authenticate, Validate, Confirm, Verify,
221. Succinct Brief, Concise, Terse, Abbreviated
222. Sensual Carnal, Fleshy, Voluptuous, Attractive
223. Servile Slavish, Docile, Timid, Mean
224. Shrewd Astute, Perspicacious, Canny, Calculative
225. Shy Bashful, Coy, Diffident, Hesitant
226. Solitary Single, Hermetic, Isolated, Desolate
227. Static Firm, Adamant, Fixed
228. Spurious Fake, Counterfeit, Artificial, False
229. Sterile Unproductive, Barren, Impotent, Disinfected
230. Sublime Exalted, Elevated, Improved, Magnified
231. Superficial Shallow, Illusion, Dream, Outward
232. Synonymous Identical, Equivalent, Alike, Similar
233. Taboo Forbidden, Banned, Prohibited
234. Tenacious Resolute, Persistent, Obstinate
235. Tenet Belief, Conviction, Dogma, Doctrine, Creed
236. Therapeutics Curative, Restorative, Recuperative
237. Temperate Moderate, Balanced, Controlled, Sensible
238. Ulterior Concealed, Shrouded, Obscured
239. Urchin Waif, Stray, Foundling, Orphan
240. Urge Incite, Press, Implore, Instigate, Drive, Impel,
241. Veto Reject, Discard, Void, Nullify, Invalidate,
242. Vilify Malign, Slur, Defame, Slander

243. Vivacious Sprightly, Spirited, Energetic
244. Wile Trickery, Artifice, Ruse
245. Winsome Beautiful, Captivating, Comely, Delightful
246. Waive Forgo, Relinquish, Defer, Renounce
247. Yield Surrender, Submit, Admit, Agree
248. Yearn Crave, Desire, Aspire, Urge
249. Zeal Zest, Passion, Enthusiasm, Fervour, Tempo
250. Zenith Peak, Apex, Summit, Acme

List Of Important Abbreviations

List Of Important Abbreviations

Important Abbreviations

 A.P.W.A All Pakistan women association
 A.S.E.A.N Association of south east Asian association
 B.B.C British broad casting corporation
 B.C.C.P Board of control cricket in Pakistan
 C.B.R Central board of revenue
 C.E.N.T.O Central treaty organization
 C.I.A Central investigation agency.
 C.I.D Criminal investigation department.
 C.B.R Central board of revenue
 C.S.P Civil service of Pakistan.
 C.S.S Central superior services.
 C.T.B.T Comprehensive test ban treaty.
 D.I.G Deputy inspector general.
 F.A.N.A Federally administrated northern areas.
 F.A.T.A Federally administrated tribal
 G.D.P Gross domestic product of control cricket in Pakistan
 G.H.Q General head quarter.
 G.N.P Gross national product.
 P.A.T.A Provincially administrated tribal areas.
 F.I.R First information report.
 I.B.M International Business machines.
 I.S.P.R Inter services public relation.
 I.S.S.B Inter services selection board.
 K.K.H Karakorum Highway.
 M.B.A Master in business administration.
 M.B.B.S Bachelor in medicine and master in surgery.
 M.E.S Military engineering service.
 N.A.M Non aliened moment.
 N.A.T.O North Atlantic treaty organization
 N.E.W.S North east south west.
 N.O.C No objection certificate.
 O.I.C Organization of Islamic conference
 P.C.S Public service commission.
 S.A.A.R.C South Asian association for regional cooperation
 S.E.A.T.O South east Asian treaty organization.
 S.S.G Special services Group.
 U.N.E.S.C.O United nations educational scientific cultural organization.
 U.N.I.C.E.F United nation international children emergency fund.
 U.N.O United Nation organization.
 U.S.A United states America
 W.A.P.D.A Water and power development authority.
 W.A.S.A Water and sanitation authority.
 W.T.O World trade organization.

 1. Pakistan Ready-made Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association
 2. Institute of Cost & Management Account-ants of Pakistan (ICMAP)
 3. Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI)
 4. Pakistan Compliance Initiative (PCI)
 5. World Trade Organisation (WTO)
 6. Pakistan National Accreditation Council (PNAC)
 7. Participation term certificates (PTCs).
 8. The Export Credit Guarantee Insurance Corporation of India (ECGC)
 9. South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC)
 10. Food Standard Agency (FSA)
 11. Rice Exporters Association of Pakistan (REAP)
 12. All India Rice Exporters Association (AIREA).
 13. Historical land race (HLR)
 14. Pakistan International Airlines (PIA)
 15. The Sales Promotions Officers (SPO’s)
 16. Free trade agreement (FTA)
 17. Pakistan Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation (PICIC)
 18. Export Promotion Bureau (EPB).
 19. Multi-Fiber Agreement (MFA)
 20. Foreign direct investment (FDI)
 21. Overseas Investors Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OICCI)
 22. The Resource Group (TRG)
 23. Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE)
 24. Sales Tax Automated Refund Repository (STARR)
 25. Central Board of Revenue (CBR)
 26. The National Productivity Organization (NPO)
 27. Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WCCI)
 28. Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs)
 29. Asian Productivity Organization’s (APO)
 30. Technical Expert Services (TES)
 31. Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB)
 32. Rice Research Institute (RRI)
 33. Grain and Food Traders Association (GAFTA)
 34. Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL)
 35. The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA)
 36. Extra-departmental public call offices (ED-PCOs)
 37. Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
 38. Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA)
 39. Export Development Fund (EDF)
 40. The Pakistan Horticulture Development and Export Board (PHDEB)
 41. Pakistan Cloth Exporters Association (APCEA).
 42. National Telecommunication Corporation (NTC)
 43. Frequency Allocation Board (FAB)
 44. National Telecommunication Corporation (NTC)
 45. Most favoured nation (MFN)
 46. South Asian Free Trade Area (Safta)
 47. The least developed countries (LDC)
 48. Central Asian Republics (CARs)
 49. Early harvest programme (EHP)
 50. Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)
 51. Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO)
 52. Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC)
 53. Bilateral investment treaty (BIT)
 54. Generalised system of preferences (GSP)
 55. Korangi Association of Trade and Industry (KATI)
 56. Afghan Transit Trade (ATT)
 57. Joint Economic Commission (JEC)
 58. Economic Advisory Group (EAG)
 59. Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (Smeda)
 60. Sarhad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI)
 61. National Transmission and Dispatch Company (NTDC)
 62. Independent Power Producers (IPPs),
 63. Central Power Purchase Agent (CPPA)
 64. World Bank (WB)
 65. Wapda Power Privatisation Organisation (WPPO)
 66. The Economic Affairs Division (EAD)
 67. Islamic Development Bank (IDB)
 68. Japan Bank for International Co-operation (JBIC)
 69. The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP)
 70. Forex Association of Pakistan (FAP)
 71. China Home Textile Association (CHTA)
 72. The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP)
 73. International Monetary Fund (IMF).
 74. Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
 75. Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
 76. Software Architect Tour (SAT)
 77. Pakistan Steel (PS)
 78. Travel Agents Association of Pakistan (TAAP)
 79. Staff Training Institute (STI)
 80. Ministry of Industries and Production (MOIP)
 81. Initial public offerings (IPOs)
 82. Oil and Gas Development Company Limited (OGDCL)
 83. Oil Companies Advisory Committee (OCAC).
 84. Global Depository Receipts (GDRs)
 85. National Fertiliser Development Corporation (NFDC),
 86. Agricultural Development Bank (ADB),
 87. Preson Desckon International (PDI)
 88. Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA)
 89. Trading Corporation of Pakistan (TCP)
 90. Pakistan Sugar Mills Association (PSMA)
 91. Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI),
 92. Medium Taxpayer Unit (MTU)
 93. General sales tax (GST)
 94. Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata),
 95. Regional Commissioners of Income Tax (RCITs)
 96. Large Taxpayers Units (LTUs)
 97. The Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC)
 98. The Central Development Working Party (CDWP)
 99. Left Bank Outfall Drainage (LBOD)
 100. Higher Education Commission (HEC)
 101. Competitiveness Support Fund (CSP)
 102. Drought Emergency Relief Assistance (DERA)
 103. Pakistan Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (PCSIR)
 104. Karachi Electric Supply Corporation (KESC)
 105. Energy National Hydro (ENI)
 106. Central excise duty (CED)
 107. Emirates Investment Group (EIG),
 108. Emirates International Holdings (EIH)
 109. Emirates Financial Holdings (EFH),
 110. Project Preparation Facility (PPF)
 111. Second Transmission Grid (STG).
 112. Chairman Board of Investment (BoI)
 113. Engineering Development Board (EDB)
 114. Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine
 115. The Privatisation Commission (PC)
 116. Export Guarantee Fund of Iran (EGFI)
 117. Letter of credits (LCs)
 118. Textile Garments Skill Development Board (TGDB)
 119. Trading Corporation of Pakistan (TCP)
 120. Footwear Development Centres (FDCs)
 121. National Tariff Commission (NTC).
 122. Net domestic assets (NDA)
 123. Net foreign assets (NFA)
 124. Prime Transport Limited (PTL)
 125. Pakistan National Accreditation Council (PNAC),
 126. Pakistan Scientific Quality Control Authority (PSQCA)
 127. National Productivity Organization (NPO)
 128. Medium Term Development Framework (MTDF)
 129. International Accreditation Forum (IAF)
 130. International Laboratory Accreditation Forum (ILAF),
 131. Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA)
 132. Pakistan American Business Association (PABA)
 133. Trade and Investment Framework Agreement (TIFA)
 134. The International Federation of Accountants (IFAC)
 135. South Asian Federation of Accountants (SAFA)
 136. Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP)
 137. The American President Line (APL)
 138. Business Industry Promotion Association of Pakistan (BIPAP)
 139. Annual General Meeting (AGM)
 140. Water and Sanitation Agency (WASA),
 141. Nuclear Institute of Agriculture (NIA)
 142. Pakistan Railways (PR)
 143. International Sugar Organisation (ISO)
 144. National Refinery Limited (NRL)
 145. Lube Base Oils (LBOs)
 146. HVI (High Viscosity Index)
 147. Pakistan Tanners Association (PTA)
 148. Pakistan Leather Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association
 149. Asia Pacific Leather Fair (APLF),
 150. Education Sector Reform Assistance Programme (ESRA)
 151. School Enhancement Programme (SEP)
 152. Whole District Initiative [WDI],
 153. large scale manufacturing (LSM)
 154. United Nations Commission on Trade and Development (Unctad)
 155. Economic Co-ordination Committee (ECC)
 156. Anti-smuggling Organisation (ASO)
 157. National Highway Authority (NHA).
 158. Colorado Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CWCCI)
 159. International Labour Organisation (ILO).
 160. Global Knowledge Center (GKC)
 161. Institute of Logistic and Transport (CILT)
 162. Grand Leisure Corporation (GLC)
 163. Economic Affair Division (EAD)
 164. Port Qasim Authority (PQA),
 165. Export Processing Zone (EPZ),
 166. Engineering Development Board (EDB)
 167. Export Market Development Fund (EMDF)
 168. All Pakistan Textile Processing Mills Association (APTPMA).
 169. Di-Ammonium Phosphate (DAP)
 170. The Middle East and North Africa (MENA)
 171. development finance institutions (DFIs)
 172. Global Mobile Personal Communication Services (GMPCS)
 173. Frequency Allocation Board (FAB)
 174. Community of the Independent States (CIS)
 175. National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra)
 176. Japan External Trade Organisation (Jetro),
 177. Pakistan Agriculture Research Council (PARC),
 178. Pakistan Engineering Congress (PEC)
 179. Fruits and Vegetable Processors and Exporters Association (FVPEA)
 180. Pakistan Intellectual Property Rights Organisation (Pipro).
 181. Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Thailand — Economic
Cooperation (BIMSTEC)
 182. Japan Bank for International Co-operation (JBIC),
 183. The Pakistan Pharmaceutical Manufacturers’ Association (PPMA)
 184. Federal Investigation Agency (FIA)
 185. National Database and Registration Authority (Nadra)
 186. Computerised National Identity cards (CNIC),
 187. Shangahi Cooperation Orgnaizaton (SCO),
 188. International Crisis Group (ICG)
 189. Soyabean Processors Association (SOPA)
 190. Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC)
 191. National Financial Intelligence Centre (NFIC),
 192. National Accountability Bureau (NAB)
 193. International Finance Corporation (IFC)
 194. Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
 195. Pakistan Banks Association (PBA)
 196. Pakistan Institute of Legislative Development and Transparency (PILDAT)
 197. National Finance Commission (NFC).
 198. The International Spring Trade Festival (ISTF)
 199. Country Assistance Evaluation (CAE)
 200. Farmers Associates Pakistan (FAP).

Commonly used English expressions

Commonly used English expressions

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.

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