Hello students! Hope your preparations for your most awaited exams are in full swing! And for those who are not so confident about their preparation should not panic, there is still time, to make the improvements. So in this article I will be discussing the most discussed, and yet always mistaken, subject- the common grammatical [...]
1) Abase : Cause to feel shame or hurt the pride of
Synonym :- Humiliate, mortify
Unique way :- I abased myself, and shifted to the BASEMENT.
See friends abase means to lower your dignity so this sentence is telling I have lowered down myself & shifted to the basement to hide my face. See imagine the situation [...]
I have organised a list of 50 idioms/phrases with full meanings and usage, and now I have put it in a newsletter format. You have to subscribe to this newsletter in order to get an Idiom/Phrase per week to your mailbox. Don’t worry this is not any marketing effort to grab your email id; this [...]
The general rule with good and well is that well is an adverb and good is an adjective. What this means is that well modifies verbs, adjectives and other adverbs and good modifies nouns.
Unfortunately, there are exceptions to this rule just to keep us on our toes. “Well” may be used when describing if [...]
A very nice collection of idioms in English language. Though this list is prepared by someone who was preparing for GMAT but it is helpful to other MBA aspirants too. It is freely available on internet so there is no copyright issues involved in it. I know copyright is a big issue for GMAT aspirants [...]