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Homonyms, Homophones and Homographs: Vocabulary Building By Manik Joshi
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Homonyms -- Same Spelling / Same pronunciation / Different meaning; Examples: fare, principal, etc; Fare -- a passenger, Fare – price; Principal -- most important | Principal -- head of a... More > school | Homophones -- Different Spelling / Same or similar pronunciation / Different meaning; Examples: ad/add, ad – advertisement; add -- to include | Homographs -- Same Spelling / Different Pronunciation / Different meaning; Examples: bow-- bow -- (Pronunciation - boʊ) -- a weapon used for shooting arrows; bow -- (Pronunciation baʊ) -- to move your head forwards and downwards | Around 1000 Examples of Homonyms, Homophones and Homographs< Less
English Vocabulary Building : Mega Volume By Manik Joshi
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In this book, I have included content of all my 20 books written under ‘English Word Power’ series. All these eBooks are available for purchase at various e-bookstores. You are requested... More > to visit individual titles to have a look at the sample. Following is the list of 20 chapters [Each chapter denotes to individual title available at various e-bookstores]-- 01. English synonyms | 02. English antonyms | 03. Homonyms, homophones, and homographs | 04. English capitonyms | 05. Prefixes and suffixes | 06. Combining forms | 07. Literary words | 08. Old-fashioned words | 09. Humorous words | 10. Compound words | 11. Informal words | 12. Category words | 13. One-word substitution | 14. Hypernyms and hyponyms | 15. Holonyms and meronyms | 16. Oronym words | 17. Root words | 18. English idioms | 19. English phrasal verbs | 20. 5000 Difficult words< Less
Ending Sentences With Prepositions: Useful Tips By Manik Joshi
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A big myth | list of prepositions | when to end a sentence with a preposition | situation – 01 - interrogative sentences | situation – 02 - passive voice sentences | situation – 03... More > - infinitive structures | situation – 04 - relative clauses | situation – 05 - phrasal verbs | how to avoid ending a sentence with a preposition | option – 01 - restructuring the sentence | option – 02 - using a different word | avoid unnecessary use of prepositions | additional examples | exercises: 1(a) and 1(b) | exercises: 2(a) and 2(b) || Sample This: Ending a Sentence with a Preposition - ABOUT -- Her success is all everybody in the town is talking about. How did the company come about? How did this all come about? I do not know which video you are talking about. There are many healthcare centers worth talking about. This is the player I told you about. This is what the fight is about. What are all these girls doing about? What are you thinking about? What did you want to read about? What do they want to talk about?< Less
Transitional Words and Phrases: Using Transitional Expressions By Manik Joshi
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Transitional expressions are words or phrases that are used to connect one idea to another within a sentence, within a paragraph, or within a longer piece of writing. | Category-wise List of 500... More > common Transitional words and phrases along with their use in sentences – Addition, Cause and Effect, Concession, Condition, Consequence, Contrast, Dismissal, Illustration, Emphasis, Exception, Explanation, Generalization, Location, Purpose, Quantifier, Reference, Sequence, Similarity, Summary, Time | Using transitional expressions in sentences< Less
Dictionary of Combining Forms: Vocabulary Building By Manik Joshi
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Combining form is a form of a word that can combine with free word, root word or another combining form to get a new word. ‘Combining form’ adds extra meaning to the new word.... More > ‘Combining form’ is added to the beginning or end of free word, root word or another combining form. Alphabetical list of Combing words in English | Sample this: Agro- in Agro-industry; Agro- denotes: connected with farming | Counter- in Counter-argument; Counter- denotes: against; opposite | Super- in Superman; Super- denotes: more or better than normal | Thermo- in Thermonuclear; Thermo- denotes: connected with heat || Combining form generally cannot stand alone as free words, but there are many exceptions (-like, -style) to this rule. Many words ending in “-ed”, “-en”, “-ing” are also used as combining forms< Less
Dictionary of Root Words: Greek and Latin Roots By Manik Joshi
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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 or a suffix. Root is the primary lexical unit of a word, and of a word... More > family. For example, pure is a root. By adding prefixes and suffixes, the following words could be made: impure, purity, pureness. Similarly, play and move are root words. By adding prefixes and suffixes, the following words could be made: plays, played, playing, player; moving, movement, moved, movable, mover, movingly. In this book, I have given the most common Greek and Latin roots which are used in English language | Root Words – A AB/ABS- Origin: Latin, Meaning: away, from, off, Examples: abate – to subside; abhor – to hate | related word: abhorrence; abject – hopeless; abjure – to renounce; abnormal – unusual | related words: abnormally, abnormality; abrasion – cut or scratch; abroad – out of the country; abscess – swelling; abscond – to run away | related word: absconder< Less
Dictionary of English Synonyms: Vocabulary Building By Manik Joshi
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What is Synonym- Synonym is a word that has the same or nearly the same meaning as another word | Alphabetical List of Useful Synonyms | Advanced and daily used English synonyms | Sample This:... More > ABSTRUSE – difficult to understand ---- Synonyms or Similar Words for ‘Abstruse’ -- arcane / complicated / convoluted / garbled / inarticulate / incoherent / incomprehensible / indecipherable / inexplicable / intricate / obscure / rarefied / unfathomable / unintelligible / unplumbed | ADMIRING – behavior that shows that you respect somebody/something ---- Synonyms or Similar Words for ‘Admiring’-- chivalrous / considerate / courteous / deferential / gracious / respectful / reverent / reverential | ANXIOUSLY – thinking about unpleasant things and feeling unhappy and afraid ---- Synonyms or Similar Words for ‘Anxiously’ -- agitatedly / apprehensively / awfully / dreadfully / edgily / fearfully / fretfully / fussily / intolerably / nervously / restlessly / uncomfortably / uneasily / worriedly< Less
Remarks In English Language: Grammar Rules By Manik Joshi
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1. Agreeing Or Disagreeing In English - A. Agreeing In English; B. Disagreeing In English | 2. Agreements and Disagreements With Statements -- A. Affirmative Addition to Affirmative Remarks... More > (Agreement with Affirmative Remarks); B. Negative Addition to Negative Remarks (Agreement with Negative Remarks); C. Negative Addition to Affirmative Remarks (Disagreement with Affirmative Remarks); D. Affirmative Addition to Negative Remarks (Disagreement with Negative Remarks)| Exercises< Less
Simple, Compound, Complex, and Compound Complex Sentences - English Sentence Forms By Manik Joshi
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Sentence forms in English language - simple sentence, compound sentence, complex sentence, compound-complex sentence | phrases and clauses | independent or principal clause (main clause), dependent... More > or subordinate clause | list of important coordinators for compound sentences | list of important subordinators for complex sentences | double and multiple sentences | definition and examples of simple, compound and complex sentences< Less
Dictionary of Literary Words: Vocabulary Building By Manik Joshi
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‘Literary words’ are associated with literature. | ‘Literary words’ are typical of a work of literature and imaginative writing. | ‘Literary words’ are used with a... More > particular meaning, in narrative, drama, poetry and other writing in a literary manner | This book has been divided into three sections: Section 01: Common Literary Words; Section 02: Figurative Use of the Words; Section 03: Glossary of Literary Terms | Sample This: Literary Words -- A- abode [noun] -- the place where you live; home | access [noun] -- an outburst of an emotion | adamantine [adjective] -- extremely strong; impossible to break or smash | adieu [interjection] -- goodbye/farewell | afar [adverb] -- at a distance | affections [noun] -- feelings of love, care, etc. | afterglow [noun] -- the light in the sky after sunset; ageless [adjective] -- never coming to an end or growing old; everlasting | agleam [adjective] -- shining strongly; full of light< Less

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