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Figure of Speech – Simile

Figure of Speech – Simile: A simile is figure of speech compares two different things using the words ‘like’ or ‘as’. What is desired by using a simile is to spark an exciting connection between two things in the reader’s mind. Similes and metaphors can be confused as both compare two different things. While metaphors…

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Figure of Speech – Idiom

Figure of Speech – Idiom: Idioms are words or phrases that cannot be taken literally. Every language has its own collection of sayings. These sayings have a different meaning. When they are short they are known as idioms and if they are longer they are called proverbs. “Cold feet” indicates that someone has become very…

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Metaphor
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Figure of Speech – Metaphor

Metaphor: A metaphor is a figure of speech that compares an action or object to something that is not related but this comparison helps to explain the idea better or more powerfully. Therefore when on the face it states one thing it means another. It equates two things for comparison alone.  Never take a metaphor…

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Easy Ways To Get 800 On SAT Reading – Right Strategies To Follow
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Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal Verbs are generally used in conversation. It is used in place of a verb. The phrasal verb has a short verb and a preposition.  Thus ‘give up’ which has a verb and preposition can be used instead of ‘quit’. Phrasal verbs are used a lot by the native speakers. Sometimes phrasal verbs have two…

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Verbs- Transitive and Intransitive
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Verbs- Transitive and Intransitive

Verbs- Transitive and Intransitive: The verb tells what a person or thing is, what a person does and what is done to a person. Sometimes verbs require an object to complete its sense and such verbs are called ‘Transitive Verbs’. Verbs which do not require an object to complete its sense is called ‘Intransitive Verbs’….

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