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Past ideas on how the human brain processes music suggested that musical phrases are perceived by looking backward rather than forward
Some words and phrases put our heads in a spin, indicating something, and meaning something else altogether
In today's #TBT, we take you through the journey of the phrase #AtmanirbharBharat and how it almost became a chant. But the pandemic has brought us down to our knees and made us depdent, hasn't it?
The first reference of the phrase being used was on May 4, 1979, the day Margaret Thatcher took the oath as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
What does the phrase ‘round the corner’ mean? If something is going to happen very soon or in the near future, we say it is round the corner or ‘around the corner’
This Hyderabad photographer is just back from shooting the farmers' protests in Delhi. This is what he found
The real India resides in its villages. If we could get a rupee for every time we hear this, pandemic-induced salary cuts wouldn't hurt so bad. Jokes aside, we have lent our ears to this phrase enough
Google Maps gives voice directions and learners of English can use the voice guidance feature to become familiar with the phrases/expressions used for giving directions
Have the habit of using high-sounding phrases and old-fashioned words in formal letters and emails? Don't think that you can impress the reader by using them and overusing the word, 'please'
Albert P' Rayan responds to the questions that various readers posed. He talks about the usage of phrases like 'filthy rich', 'to come out of the blue' and many more
One can also use Lens to practice words or phrases that are difficult to say. A user needs to just select the text with Lens and tap the new Listen button to hear it read out loud
The findings, published in a virtual special issue of the Journal of Communication, suggests that your comforting words can have different effects based on how you phrase them
Some phrases are always followed by a gerund (a verb ending in –ing and functions as a noun), for example ‘Each of us is committed to serving customers’
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?
Here's decoding a few idioms and phrases and how one shouldn't always go with a phrase's literal meaning
Here's why people use Euphemisms instead of using certain words like 'pregnant' when they are uncomfortable
As many people are not comfortable using the word ‘pregnant’, they use the phrase as a euphemism
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