Uninterested vs Disinterested

I Don't know about you, but my mind was blown when I realised for the first time that DISINTERESTED is not just another word that you can use in place of UNINTERESTED. THEY ARE DIFFERENT! आपको...

Fancy English Words You Should Know

These days English is not an alien language. But many a time, we all come across certain FANCY English words that we have no clue about. यह fancy English words कभी magazines या newspaper, या फिर...

Pronounce Foreign Language Phrases LIKE A PRO

We hear them all the time. Sometimes we know what they mean. But, when we have to utter them out of our Indian mouths, we end up saying something stupid or funny. Let's face it, we all...

Fire Idioms and Phrases – 2

Idioms and phrases are the best ways to upgrade from the old lame day to day vocabulary, and today I'll help you decorate your vocab with some FIRE IDIOMS. What are Idioms? IDIOM यानी मुहावरे का अर्थ है...

Fire Idioms and Phrases – 1

Let's add some fire to our vocabulary. No, not literally. A few days ago, I wrote a blog on the uses of word FIRE in different situations and scenarios. CLICK HERE to read the blog. Now, we'll move...

Oftenly Mispronounced English Words

When it comes to pronunciation, English is a tricky language and has numerous words and phrases that are oftenly mispronounced. One of the biggest reason is that English is a widely used language and it's bound...

Prepositions of Time -2

Prepositions यानी सम्बन्ध सूचक अव्यय उन शब्दों को काहा जाता है जो हमे वाक्य के subject का सम्बन्ध वाक्य के अन्य शब्दों के साथ जोड़ने में मदद करते हैं। Prepositions usually stand in front of the...

‘Used To’ : How To Use It Correctly?

Some say that 'Used to' is a phrasal verb while some say it's a modal verb. Well, whatever it is, it's surely one hell of a confusion. OKAY, let's not get into the technicalities and try to...

Heat Idioms and Phrases

If you live in and around Delhi then you all must be roasting in the scorching heat for the past few days. Summer is generally a pleasant weather in most of the part of...

Accept Vs. Except Vs. Expect-Differences and Usage

ACCEPT and EXCEPT are 'Homophones' while EXPECT is a word with a similar (and confusing) spelling with the word Except. Once again, we are going to battle against the clan of ever so confusing words...