metonymy definition

English grammar
metonymy definition [caption id="attachment_1647" align="aligncenter" width="207"] Metonymy definition[/caption] Before learning metonymy definition Let us learn the definition of metonymy. It is nothing but an object given by the name of  something which is usually associated with it. We replace something with well known concept. It is used as figures of speech. It is useful to express communication in an interesting way. Also I am giving below for you some metonymy definition along with this definition. These metonymy definition are widely used in the English subject and in Grammar and Literature. We use metonymy examples to narrate some poems. This will give sufficient knowledge on how to use English language in an efficient way. The way you use to speak is the way that you will get response from the listener. This will give…
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Irony

English grammar
irony [caption id="attachment_1377" align="aligncenter" width="259"] Irony Definition[/caption] Irony is a type of speech in which the exact an realistic meaning is simply the opposite of that which is literally conveyed or understood. To explain further, irony definition the meaning of the words that you use in a sentence is opposite when understanding. irony definition If you want to know clearly and naturally the irony definition it is clear that the below irony examples and the above irony definition will give you what you require. Just read the below examples of irony. we see ironic definition bit confusing when compared with other figures of speech. This would really need some time ponder over all the figures as this topic would a bit advanced topic. Make sure you also read other figures…
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Similes

English grammar
Similes Similes are one of the figures of speech which is used to compare one thing to another and to make the same comparison to look more clear and vivid. In short we use similes as a method of applying comparison. In this way to take care of our language skills to be enhanced in a more emphatic way. Example of Simile The toy looks cute as a cat. John is busy in his missionary work as busy as a bee. Our lives are like a box of cakes. He runs as agile as a deer. His skin tone is as dark as coal. My love for you is like a rose flower. They quarreled like cats and dogs. He looks very strong like a bull. The ball is solid…
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How to Speak Neutral Accent English

English grammar
[caption id="attachment_1384" align="aligncenter" width="187"] Neutral Accent[/caption] It is an art of speaking English language without regional influence. To make ourselves reach better we must speak neutral accent. If we speak English language with neutral accent, people around us can understand us well. Due to this we can be successful in our job interviews, work places, offices and public meetings. We can be confident when people around us don't ask us to repeat what we speak to them. Tips to speak in neutral accent: Listen to how native English speakers use and speak the language.Try to watch some best and healthy English movies which will improve over all communication skill. Do not speak too fast. Keep your rate and speed of speech under control. Study dictionary to understand the meaning of…
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What is a Preposition

English grammar
what is a preposition [caption id="attachment_1387" align="aligncenter" width="259"] What is a Preposition[/caption]   Sometimes, when we learn English, we feel difficulty in understanding exactly what is a preposition. Here we will know exactly what does a preposition meant for.  Prepositions are words that show the relationship between a noun or pronoun and another word or element in the rest of the sentence. For example, 'into the store.' 'around the bend.' 'up the stairs.' above the clouds.' we have just talked about the above examples and how these words are in bold. Notice that all the bold words in examples here are prepositions. We have nouns like store, bend, stairs, clouds. And the prepositions in bold are telling something about the nouns. And when we have them in sentence, they are…
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Cute Superlative Degree

English grammar
Cute Superlative Degree As we know there are three types of degrees of comparison. 1. Positive Degree. 2. Comparative Degree. 3. Superlative Degree The above degrees can be compared by or of a noun.  We can compare with the person, place, animal or object. Positive Degree: It always denotes  Simple quality. ( the real one). It talks about one thing.  Comparative degree denotes high quality and compares 2 things of the same class of the same level whether it is about place person or thing. Next comes the superlative degree which always denotes the highest quality. It compares more than 2 persons, things, places or objects. Positive Degree example: Ram is a tall boy. Comparative Degree example: Ram is taller than Sam. Superlative Degree example: Ram is the tallest boy…
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Teaching English as a Second Language

English grammar
teaching english as a second language [caption id="attachment_1410" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Teaching English as a Second Language[/caption] First Things First When a limited or non-English speaking student shows up in a classroom, the teacher for Teaching English as a Second Language usually raised the question, "How can I teach this student as Teaching English as a Second Language? I don't know his/her language!" The teacher's first matter of consideration when faced by a non-English or limited English proficient student is "school survival." The student should learn to give his name, address and phone number. Find out about students' literacy backgrounds. Students who are already literate in their native languages come to the task of reading in English with an understanding of the reading process. Also students with native language literary skills will be able to record new information in…
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English questions and answers

English grammar
English questions and answers These English questions and answers will help you to learn English language in a better way. Questions and answers are very important when you communicate. So here I am giving some questions and answers for your review. These English questions and answers would help you reach goal. [caption id="attachment_763" align="aligncenter" width="240"] english questions and answers[/caption]   There are three types of questions in any language. They are used: 1. To clear our doubts 2. To get some information 3. To get something confirmed In grammar, they are called: 1. Inversion Questions 2. Interrogative Questions 3. Question-tag Questions It is very easy to distinguish a question from a statement in the English language. If a sentence has an Auxiliary Verb before the subject you are sure that it is…
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English Tenses

English grammar
English tenses I am giving you english tenses which will be useful to speak English Language easily. Learn how to use english tenses [caption id="attachment_811" align="aligncenter" width="300"] English Tenses and how to use English tenses[/caption] Tenses and How to use them in Spoken English Simple Present Tense Rule:   Subject  + V1 Warning:  You must add “s” when you  speak about singular persons i.e HE, SHE IT E.g. He goes, She eats, It loves For  I, WE, YOU, THEY   don’t  add  “s” See Below Examples: I eat, we eat, you eat, They eat, He eats, She eats, It eats I eat mangoes everyday He eats mangoes everyday and goes to college.  How to use Simple Present Tense : We use this Simple Present Tense in order to mention everday actions. Any…
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Simple Present

English grammar
simple present [caption id="attachment_1444" align="aligncenter" width="259"] simple present[/caption] We use Simple Present for all long duration situations. In other words, we use simple present for those things which we feel to be permanant or To say in an easy way, we use for everyday activities or weekly activities or monthly activities or regular period of activities. We use Simple Present in different ways. Here I am trying to explain the variations of simple present. So simple present is  very useful Facts, generalizations and universal truths Habits and routines Permanent situations Events that are certain to happen Arrangements that we can't change (e.g. timetables, official meetings) State verbs (e.g. be, have, suppose, know) Narrations, instructions or commentaries present simple tense Use 1: Facts, Generalizations and Universal Truths We use the Present…
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