10 Spring Season Inspired Idioms

SPRING is that time of the year when you start preparing yourself to bid your final goodbyes to the harsh (but also lovely) winter season and to welcome the warm and bright sunshine into...

British English vs. American English

• British English is much more primitive than the American English. • British English takes into account some rigid grammar rules. • Britishers are considered to be the native English speakers. When I say British, we all get...

Formal and Informal Uses of Contractions.

♦ A contraction is a shortened version of a word or a group of words. ♦ Contractions are a result of omitting letters or their sounds between two ( or more ) words. जिस तरह "contraction"...

All About the Month of January

January, as we know, is a pleasantly cold month that marks the beginning of our new years. The first thing that we all do when the new year rings in is get brand new...

The Keywords in the PREAMBLE of Indian Constitution

Preamble, as defined by the law, is the introductory part of a statute, deed, or the like, stating the reasons, purpose, aims and intent of what follows. जब बात चलती है Republic Day यानी गणतंत्र...

Top Ten Mispronounced Food Items Found In A Coffee Shop

How often has it happened to you that you walk into an exotic coffee shop that has all these beautiful and 'OH-SO-DELICIOUS' food items having 'OH-SO-DIFFICULT-TO-PRONOUNCE' names? I think your answer would be, QUITE OFTEN. You...

English Phrases With the Word CALL’

A PHRASE is a small group of words standing together as a conceptual unit. A group of words with special meaning is called a PHRASE. A phrase can be effectively used to emphasize a point. The biggest...

How to interrupt, But Politely.

I KNOW! I KNOW! It sounds difficult, but it's not. The only reason that it looks like an impossible task is because the word 'interrupt' comes with a negative connotation, but not anymore. If you...

I vs. Me vs. Myself

'I' is a subject pronoun, used for the one who performs the action. 'Me' is an object pronoun, used for the one who receives the action. 'Myself' is a reflexive pronoun, it's used when the performer and...

Idioms Related To Winters

An Idiom is a group of words that has a special meaning that can be very different from their literal meaning. (मुहावरा एक ऐसे शब्दों का समूह है जिनका वास्तविक अर्थ, उनके मुहावरे में...