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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
Common English Phrases: Phrases Containing Two or More Words By Manik Joshi
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Phrases containing two or more words | phrases with letter a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z | Sample this: age-old conventions, anti-encroachment drive,... More > as above so below, battle-torn Libya, cash-starved industry, clear-cut priority, crisis-like situation, the knee-deep grass, election-bound states, fast-receding glacier, flight associated headaches, full grown tree, grief stricken man, hard-to-reach places, health-conscious generation, hurriedly-convened meeting, crocodile-infested river, Japan-style earthquake, kite-caused tripping, landmark ruling, long-standing demands, must see destination, once-in-life obligation, partly open window, power-starved capital, prize giving ceremony, rain-spawned floods, Spanish sprinkled with English words, strongly worded statement, thought provoking views, voluminous report, vote counting workers, well-ventilated rooms< Less
Compound Words In English: Vocabulary Building By Manik Joshi
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A compound word consists of two or more base words. Meaning of Compound word is often different from the separate base words. | Compound words are mostly nouns, adjectives, and verbs | Compound words... More > are of three types- (A). Closed Compound Words: Words are joined together. There is no space or hyphen between the words; Examples: firefly / softball / redhead / keyboard / makeup / notebook. (B). Hyphenated Compound Words: Words are joined together by a hyphen; Examples: daughter-in-law / over-the-counter / six-year-old (C). Open Compound Words: Words are not joined together. Words are open or separate. There is a space between the words. Examples: post office / real estate / full moon / half sister. | Detailed list of Compound words in Alphabetical Order< 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 past participles (-based, -related, etc.) and present participles (-looking,-wielding, etc.) are used as combining forms< Less