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Saturday, 6 September 2014

English Lessons by Yeasir Sir



Frequently Used Sentences in English

1. How are you?
2. How is life?
3. How are things?
4. How is your married life?
5. Fine.
6. I am
fine.
7. Pretty well.
8. Fantastic.
9. As fit as a fiddle. (Very fit)
10. I’m
fine.
11. What about you?
12. Fine.
13. How about you?
14. I am
fine and you?
15. How is your father?
16. How is your mother?
17. How is your brother?
18. How is your sister?
19. He is
fine.
20. Oh, well.
21. He is doing
fine.
22. How is everybody?
23. How is everybody at home?
24. Everybody is
fine.
25. All are
fine.


Proverbs
There's no accounting for taste.
said when it is difficult to explain why different people like different things
Accidents will happen.
said after an accident in order to make it seem less bad
Smart Speaking Expressions
1.            abandoned/deserted hope
2.            able/talented strategist
3.            abounding/rich in happiness
4.            abridged/edited statement
Hadith 2: The Son of Adam’s lies and abuse
Ibn Abbas reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: Allah Almighty has said:
Allah the Exalted said: The son of Adam has lied against me but he has no right to do so, and he has abused me but he has no right to do so. As for his lie, it is his saying that I cannot recreate him as I did before. As for his abuse, it is his saying that I have a son, but I am glorified above taking a wife or a son.

English for S@ifur’s Counsellors



 Admission for Spoken English Course

Counsellor   : How can I help you, sir?
Student        : I want to attend an English course.

Counsellor   : Sure, we have Smart Spoken, Easy Spoken, IELTS, Writing, Reading, Job, MBA,
   Admission and other courses.
Student        : Well, my target is to sit for the IELTS test but my speaking skill is not good.

Counsellor   : Ok, I got you sir. Our Smart spoken course has been designed to help the
IELTS candidates improve their band score. This course will be very helpful for you, sir.
Student        : Um, Ok, but I would like to know the contents of the Smart Spoken course.
What things are included in the course?

Counsellor   : This course will help you make thousands of correct English sentences. You will
be able to speak in any situation like Job Interview, IELTS Speaking Test, university presentation, teaching, studying abroad and business presentations.
Student        : Sounds great! Then I will go for this course. What is the course fee? Duration and
days?

Counsellor   : Well, the course fee is Tk.8,000, 2 months, 24 classes. We have batches on SMW and STT starting from 9.30  a.m. till 8.30 p.m. We have also Friday Special batches. We are offering 2500 taka discount now.
Student        : Good then. I will choose SMW 9.30 batch. Any discount on the fee?

Counsellor   : Sorry sir, currently we don’t have any discount.
Student        : Ok, no problem. What do I need to submit?

Counsellor   : Well, your 2 copies PP size pictures. You have to fill in the form too. Here are the
form and pen.
Student        : Thanks. .............um....the form filled in. Here you go.....the pictures.

Counsellor   : Now, sir the payment. Course fee plus VAT. It comes in total Tk. 5,720 and you
have to buy these course books, CD’s, and DVD’s.
Student        : Here you go Tk. 5,720. Should I pay for the books here?
Counsellor    : No sir, you have to pay to our book seller for the package and it will be Tk. 500
for three books: the Course Book, Practice Book and the Vocabulary book. Here is your ID card. You have to carry this ID card to attend classes at S@ifur’s. That’s all, sir. Thank you.
Student        : You are most welcome. One more thing, when will the class start?
Counsellor   : Well sir, the Orientation class will be on 3rd July, 9.30 a.m.
Student        : Ok, then. Thank you for your help.
Counsellor   : It’s my pleasure, sir. We are always here to help you.
Student        : Nice indeed!
Counsellor   : See you then!
Student        : Have a nice day, sir. Assalamualaikum!
Counsellor   : Walaikumassalam!

How are compound adjectives formed?

Compound adjectives can be formed as follows:
  • Adverb-past participle / noun + ed
    a well-known writer
    a brightly-lit room
    deeply-rooted traditions
    a well-mannered girl
  • Adjective-present participle (verb + ing)
    a good-looking boy
    a free-standing tower
  • Noun-past participle
    a tongue-tied boy
    a sun-dried fruit
  • Adjective-past participle / noun + ed
    a short-sighted man
    a long-haired lady
  • Noun- adjective
    a world-famous singer
  • Adjective- noun
    a last minute solution
    deep-sea diving
  • Noun-noun
    a part-time job

Friday, 5 September 2014

Some Websites for you!

http://www.englishspeak.com/english-phrases.cfm
http://www.insightin.com/esl/6000.php
http://www.listenaminute.com/
http://esldiscussions.com/
http://www.visuwords.com/
http://www.ihbristol.com/useful-english-expressions

Suffix and Prefix


1. Latin Prefixes
The prefixes listed below are from Latin prepositions. They are attached to nouns, adjectives and especially to verbs. When taking apart compound verbs and defining them, it is best to translate the prefix as adverbial rather than prepositional. For example, abduct divides into ab (away) and duct (lead) and so means ‘lead away’ and not ‘away from leading’. Some of these prefixes have different forms depending on the initial letter of the root word. This makes the derived word more pronounceable and is known as assimilation. A prime example is the prefix SUB- which also has SUC-,SUF-,SUG-,SUM-, SUP-, SUR-, and SUS- as different forms.
Prefix
Meaning
Examples
A- not, without amoral, APATHY, ANOMALY
AB-, ABS- away from, off, apart abrupt, ABSCOND, ABSTRACT
AD-, AC-, AN-, AS- toward, against advent, accurate, ANNOTATE, assent
AMBI-, AMB- around, about, on both sides AMBIGUOUS, AMBIVALENT
ANTE- before, in front of, early antecede, antedate, antebellum
ARCH main, chief archangel, archbishop, archenemy
BI- two bifurcate, biannually
BENE- well BENEFACTOR, benefit, beneficial
CIRCUM-, CIRA- around, about circumflex, circumference, circa
CIS- on this side of cislunar, cisalpine
CON- with, together concur, concede, CONSCRIPT
COM-, COR-, COL- together, with, very COMPRISE, corrode, colleteral
CONTRA- against contradict, controversy, contravene
COUNTER- against counterfeit, counterclockwise
DE- down, down from, off, utterly deformed, defoliate, descend, depress
DEMI- half, partly belongs to demisemiquaver, demigod
DIS-, DI-, DIF- apart, in different directions DIGRESS, divorce, dispute, DISCERN
DU-, DUO- two duet, duplicate
EM- EN- in, into embrace, enclose
EX-, E-, EF-, EC- out, out of, from, away EXTOL, event, expel, evade, ELUCIDATE
EXTRA-,EXTRO- outside of, beyond extraordinary, extrovert, EXTRAPOLATE
FORE before forestall, forgo, forebear
IN-, I-, IL-, IM-, IR- in, into, on, toward, put into, incision, impel, impulse, irrigate,
not, lacking, without illegal, ignominious, impure, immoral,
(same as above) immodest, indecent, INCOHERENT
INDU-, INDI- a strengthened form of IN- indigent
INFRA- below, beneath, inferior to, after infrared, infrasonic
INTER-, INTEL- among, between, at intervals intercede, intercept, intellect
INTRA- in, within, inside of intramural, intravenous
INTRO- in, into, within introduce, introspective
JUXTA near, beside juxtapose, juxtaposition
MAL-, MALE- evil, badly malformed, malicious, malaise, maladroit
MEDI-, MEDIO- middle median, mediocre
MILLI-, MILLE- thousand millennium, millimeter
MONO- one MONARCH, MONOTONE
MULTI-, MULTUS- much, many multifaceted, multiply, multilevel
NE- not neuter, NEUTRAL
NON- not (less emphatic than IN or UN) nonresident, nonconformity
NUL-, NULL- none, not any nullify, nullification
OB-, OF-, OC-, toward, against, across, down, for oblong, OBDURATE, offer, occasion, occur
OP-, O- toward, against, across, down, for oppose, opposite, omit, offer
OMNI- all, everywhere omniscient, omnivorous
PED-, PEDI- foot pedestrian, pedicure
PER-, PEL- through, by, thoroughly, away PERMEATE, perfidy, pellucid
POST- behind, after (in time or place) postpone, postnatal, postorbital
PRE- before, early, toward precedent, precept, preposition
PRO-, PUR- before, for, forth proceed, purport, pursue, PROLONG
QUADRI-, QUADR- four times, four fold quadriceps, quadrisect, quadrangle
RE-, RED- back, again, against, behind repel, RELEGATE, redeem, redemption
RETRO- backwards, behind retrogressive, retrofit, retrograde
SE-, SED- aside, apart, away from secure, seduce, seclude, sedition, select
SEMI- half semicircle, semiprivate
SINE without sinecure
SUB-, SUC-, SUF- under, beneath, inferior, suffer, SUBMISSIVE, succumb,
SUG-, SUM-, SUP- less than, in place of, secretly suggest, subtract, suffuse, support
SUR-, SUS- (same as above meanings) suspend, surplus
SUBTER- beneath, secretly subterfuge
SUPER-, SUPRA- over, above, excessively SUPERFICIAL, SUPERCILIOUS
SUR- over, above, excessively surcharge, surtax, surplus, surrealism
TRANS-, TRA- across, over, beyond, through transoceanic, transgression, transit, transition
TRI- three triangle, triceps
ULTRA- beyond, on other side ultrasound, ultraconservative
UN- (Old English) no, not, without unabashed, unashamed

 

5000 SAT Words and Definitions

abase v. To lower in position, estimation, or the like; degrade
abbess n. The lady superior of a nunnery.
abbey n. The group of buildings which collectively form the dwelling-place of a society of monks or nuns.   
abbot n. The superior of a community of monks.
abdicate v. To give up (royal power or the like).
abdomen n. In mammals, the visceral cavity between the diaphragm and the pelvic floor; the belly.
abdominal n. Of, pertaining to, or situated on the abdomen.
abduction n. A carrying away of a person against his will, or illegally. 



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