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Learning new words and phrases: What do phrases and words like 'abetment to suicide', 'allege' mean?
‘Abetment’ is a legal term. The word ‘abet’ means to encourage someone to do something wrong or undesirable or to assist someone to commit a crime
A guide to building your word power: It is important to know both the grammar and the vocabulary of a language
To learn any foreign language effectively, it is important to know both the grammar and the vocabulary of the target language
What does the term ‘bubble boy’ mean? It has two different meanings. The primary meaning of the word refers to the genetic disorder called SCID, also known as ‘bubble boy disease’
Author Sriram Devatha speaks about Indogene, a book that is a must-read if you want to know the history behind Indians living in different countries. He has included his personal experiences in it
On Tuesday the minister announced 'KaliKannada'- an initiative aimed at inspiring non-Kannada speakers to learn the State language
Have you heard of Slangaluru? It's a page on social media started by Ikyatha Yerasala that's teaching non-Bengalureans witty slang and it's got Rashmi Patil's interest piqued
In the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak, to define new situations new words have been coined and they are being widely used on social media
'To Meghan Markle', 'Megxit' explained: Here's how the Duchess' royal exit has given birth to new words
What does ‘to Meghan Markle’ mean? As a verb it means to take care of one’s mental health. The name was used as a verb by Twitter user @_RyanJesse
Why all anglophiles should read author and columnist Albert P'Rayan's latest book, English Essentials
The book promises to decode all the 'isms' and give a comprehensive understanding of the English language. This is the popular columnist's second book after English Blues and promises a great read!
The statement was made in response to DMK's criticism about the launch of Hindi training classes at the institute
Albert P' Rayan discusses the Indian English word 'borewell' and also decodes the meanings of 'nail-biting' and 'nerve-wracking'
Mohamed Shoaib Q's subscriber list keeps multiplying every day. Shoaib edits, acts, writes the scripts and also handles the camera all by himself
What is the meaning of the phrase ‘How do you do’? Did you know that it used to be a greeting and not a question?
Maitrayee Chaudhuri spoke to us about her book, everyday advertisements, everyday details in the English-language print media, the communicative abundance of television
New words are coined as per the linguistic needs of the people in different fields and on a regular basis the words are added to dictionaries
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