22 of the Best Popular Books You Can Use to Learn English-Thriller

  Thriller and Suspense A thriller is the kind of book that makes your heart pound fast. Many thrillers are “page-turners.” They make you want to keep reading and turning the pages to find out what happens next. Suspense books are a lot like thrillers, and may be even more exciting or scary. They’re the kind […]

TALK: When is the next train to New Delhi

/If you don’t understand any word or sentence, you can copy to translate/ Can I help you? Yes. When is the next train to New Delhi? Let me see…the train to New Delhi…here it is…daily except Sunday at 10,30,12,20 and 15,10. Aren’t there any trains before 10:30? Sorry, not before 10:30. Then one to New Delhi […]

TALK: Could you drop me off at the airport?

/If you don’t understand any word or sentence, you can copy to translate/ Miss, where do you want to go? Could you drop me off at the airport? No problem. Do I need to pay any extra charge for my suitcases? Yes, you are charged 50 cents a piece. All right.        

TALK: I’m going to the hospital to see Deena.

/If you don’t understand any word or sentence, you can copy to translate/ Where are you going,Chhavvi? I’m going to the hospital to see Deena. I saw her yesterday. She was a little better. Must I catch a number 7 bus to get there? No, you needn’t. A number 13 bus will also take you […]

Best 15 English songs for making friend-Part 2

  Friendship is a complicated thing. It can save your life — like when a good buddy gets you through a bad breakup — or it can drive you absolutely nuts. After all, some friends lie and let you down, and if they’re not secretly plotting your demise, they might be harboring romantic feelings that […]

Best 15 English songs for making friend-Part 1

  Friendship is a complicated thing. It can save your life — like when a good buddy gets you through a bad breakup — or it can drive you absolutely nuts. After all, some friends lie and let you down, and if they’re not secretly plotting your demise, they might be harboring romantic feelings that […]

How to use emigrate, immigrate and migrate

Going somewhere? Emigrate means to leave one’s country to live in another. Immigrate is to come into another country to live permanently. Migrate is to move, like bird in the winter. Definition: emigrate If you move to a different country, you emigrate. For example, if you are Canadian and you emigrateto Italy, you aren’t on […]

How to use cite, site and sight

  All are good for research papers: cite is short for citation, site is a place, and sight is what your eyeballs are for. The Web has a lot to answer for, good and bad. One item in the minus column is the increased popularity of site and people throwing these sound-alikes all over the […]

How to use accept and except

To accept is to receive, and except is to exclude, usually. Both are busy little words skipping around to different meanings, but they never run into each other. Definition: accept Please accept (“favorably receive”) our apologies, but you’re just going to have to accept (“put up with”) the fact that this verb has almost a […]

TALK: My home freezer is not working properly.

/If you don’t understand any word or sentence, you can copy to translate/ Hello. This is Hamilton’s Heating and cooling service. Can I help you? Yes. My home freezer is not working properly. What’s the problem? It keeps running all the time, never stopping. And it makes a strange sound. All the ice cream inside […]

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