VOCABLARY

VOCABULARY

Vocabulary is the word which is used in a language and that helps a person to frame a sentence and it improves understanding of language. A vocabulary develops communication and knowledge. If person has got adequate vocabulary can easily understand and speak particularly language. But it is not piece of cake to have good “vocab”. To improve vocab we should not read only but also we should use in day to day life. The easiest way of improving vocab is “sharing with others with examples” because by sharing we can consolidate them in mind.

 

1. What is the mean of “Filch” – Filch is a verb and it mean is to snatch something.

Ex- Outside of the bank one unknown person filched my bag.

2. What is the mean of “Transit”- Transit is a noun and its mean is The Act of being moved.

Ex- We should transit [move]  in life , if we want to get success.

3. What is the mean of “Gracious”- Gracious is a noun and its mean is soft and kind.

Ex- A person should be Gracious towards others.

4. What is the mean of “Fume”- Fume is a verb and its mean is to Get angry.

Ex- Yesterday my father got fumed, when I disobeyed him.

5. What is the mean of “Deceive”- Deceive is a verb and its mean is to cheat someone.

Ex- She was deceived by her boyfriend.

6. What is the mean of “Fleece”- it’s a noun and its wool coat of sheep.

Ex- My jacket is made of wool coat of sheep.

7. What is the mean of “Fling off”- it’s a verb and its mean is to throw something forcefully on ground.

Ex- Bull hit a man and fling off him on the ground.

Use of “looking forward to” Action [verb] + ing -

When we are waiting for something to happen and we are 100% sure that whenever this work will be done, will bring a positive result along with joy & happiness to us. That time we use “Looking forward to Action + ing [verb + ing] .

  • I am looking forward to receiving my result. I am sure I will get good marks.
  • I am looking forward to getting new job because my interview went very good.
  • I am looking  forward to seeing you soon.
  • I am looking forward to spending my holidays with my parents.
  • I am looking forward to getting married this year.

Where do you see yourself in next 5 years ?

Question-

  • Where do you see yourself in next 5 years ?
  • What do you want to do in next 5 years ?

This is again a common question but you need you tell some positive steps, which you want to take during this period of time. But remember you should tell those steps which are practically achievable.

 

Answers –

  • I want to be Team Leader or Assistant Manager in five years because it is quite enough time to get it.
  • I want to be a valuable person for company and I just want to be an expert of my process.
  • In 5 years I want to be a process trainer as well as Active employee of my company so up to the top management people must know for my quality work.
  • During 5 years I want to develop my team handling skills and want to make good image within company and customers and I know it need lots of hard work so I am going to do it.
  • Although I am in finance process and I am good at it .but I do not want to try my hands only in one nature of job so I would like to take cross trainings of sum more processes or would like to be a part of sale team.
  • Within 5 years I want to grow financially and professionally in my life by doing hard work and smart work.

Use of ‘I am having hard time’ + Action [verb] + Ing –

Use of ‘I am having hard time’ + Action + Ing –

When we have difficulty with something and finding tough to do particular work then we can use it.

  • I am having hard time studying.
  • I am having hard time answering your question right now.
  • I am really having hard time understanding you.
  • I am having hard time getting some money.
  • I am having hard time running up my family.
  • I am having very hard time finding a job.

Note- For IInd person we can use ‘You are’ and for IIIrd person we can use ‘He is /She is’.

  • You are having hard time studying.
  • You are having hard time answering my question.
  • He is really having hard time running up his family.
  • She is having very hard time finding a job. 

Use of ‘It’s my turn to’ + Action [verb]-

Use of ‘It’s my turn to’ + Action [verb]-

The word ‘my turn’ stating that, you are telling someone that it is time to change place or position focuses on to you.

  • It is my turn to play.
  • It is my turn to drive bike.
  • It is my turn to pay for dinner.
  • It is my turn to answer this question.
  • It is my turn to ask a question.

Note – In same manner we can use for ‘You’ and ‘He’.  But you need to read it carefully as little bit changes are there.

  • It is your turn to play.
  • It is your turn to drive bike.
  • It is his turn to pay for dinner.
  • It is his turn to answer.
  • It is her turn to ask question.
  • It is her turn to sing a song.

Use of ‘I am thinking of’ + Action + Ing’-

Use of ‘I am thinking of’ + Action + Ing’-

When you are sharing your personal opinion, thoughts and judgment, with someone then you can say ‘I am thinking of + Action+Ing’.  It means this work you will do it in future but right now you are thinking about it.

  • I am thinking of joining the Gym.
  • I am thinking of making new website.
  • I am thinking of opening of a school.
  • I am thinking of moving to a new company.
  • I am thinking of buying new car.
  • I am thinking of offering him nice salary package.

Note- For ‘You’ and ‘He’ also we can use in same manner like-

  • You are thinking of joining of the Gym.
  • You are thinking of shifting your office.
  • He is thinking of opening a new store in city.
  • She is thinking of buying new cloths.

Use of ‘I am calling to + Action [verb]-

Use of ‘I am calling to + Action [verb]-

When a person is making a call and relaying information, that time he can say about himself ‘I am calling to + Action’.

  • I am calling to discuss with you some issue.
  • I am calling to invite you in my birthday party.
  • I am calling to book a room in your hotel.
  • I am calling to thank you dear.
  • I am calling to remind you our planning to visit my relatives.
  • I am calling to tell you that I will not come tomorrow.

Note – In same manner we can use for ‘You’ and ‘He’.

  • You are calling to discuss with me some issue.
  • You are calling to invite me in your birthday party.
  • He is calling to book a room in hotel.
  • She is calling to remind him.

Use of ‘I am here to + Action [verb]-

Use of ‘I am here to + Action [verb]-

It means that if a person is informing to someone at a particular place to accomplish something. Than he can use ‘I am here to + Action’.  [In Present]

  • I am here to talk about my sister’s marriage.
  • I am here to search a job.
  • I am here to watch cricket match.
  • I am here to study.
  • I am here to receive some guest.
  • I am here to withdraw money.
  • I am here to raise awareness for corruption.
  • I am here to oppose crime against women.

 

Note- In same manner we can use for ‘He and She’.

  • You are here to talk about your sister’s marriage.
  • You are here to search a job.
  • He is here to watch cricket match.
  • She is here to study.

Use of ‘I am dying to + Action [verb]-

Use of ‘I am dying to + Action [verb]-

We can use it, when we are waiting and having a great desire to do something in present.

  • I am dying to spend my vacation with my family.
  • I am dying to see Justin bibber’s show.
  • I am dying to get a new job.
  • I am dying to introduce you to my parents.
  •  I am dying to shop for Christmas.
  • I am dying to eat.
  • I am dying to learn more and more about this universe.

Note – Remember the word ‘To’ is here connecting word and we always use ‘Action’s First form’ after ‘To’.

We can Use this expression for ‘You’ and ‘He’ also like.

  • You are dying to spend your vacation with your family.
  • You are dying to see Justin bibber’s show.
  • He is dying to get a new job.
  • He is dying to eat.
  • She is dying to shop for Christmas.

Use of ‘I used to + Action’ [Verb] –

Use of ‘I used to + Action’ [Verb] –

A work which was done in past for long period of time but now it is not done.

Or

Used to’ expresses something that was done in the past, and is not usually done now.

  • I used to go to school but now I am in college.
  • I used to smoke.
  • I used to bunk school.
  • I used to live in New York.
  • I used to sleep till late morning.
  • Earlier I used to work out daily.

Note- ‘To’ is connecting word here and we know very well that after connecting word always Action’s [verb] first from comes and for ‘You’ and ‘He’ also we can use in same manner.

  • You used to smoke.
  • He used to live in New York.