Way The word for this article is ‘way’. This word can be used as a noun or an adverb. ‘Ways’ can refer to plenty of things ranging from a specific style of doing things to meaning to a certain extent. For example “You are way out of your league” or saying “That’s the way I […]
Day A day is the entire 24 hour period starting from one midnight till the next. Scientifically a day is the time taken by our planet earth to complete one rotation. Other connotations or synonyms for the word ‘day’ are as follows: Daylight It refers to the luminous part of the day; the light of day; […]
You have started to work in a new company. Write a letter to an English-speaking friend.
In your letter, you should include details about
• Explain why you have changed your job
• Describe your new job
• Tell him/her your other news
You bought a TV a week ago but when you got home you discovered it did not work properly.
Below is the sample report for total number of minutes spent on calls in the U.K. You should spend about 20 minutes on this task. The chart below shows the total number of minutes (in billions) spent on telephone calls in the UK, divided into three categories, from 1995-2002. Summarise the information by selecting and […]
Thing A thing can be anything ranging from a commodity to a thought. A thing can be referred to as something which is felt, perceived or understood. The following words will help you understand the different ways you can use the word ‘thing’ under different contexts. Here the word is defined as something materialistic like […]
Group Number of individuals collectively. You can refer to the following words to understand the different connotations better Accumulation The acquisition or gradual gathering of something. E.g. “Her only interest was the accumulation of money” “Despite this accumulation of evidence, the Government persisted in doing nothing.” Aggregation The formation of a number of things into […]
Case A case is commonly referred to as a legal situation where the person or a party is called in front of the court for some reason. In other scenarios a case means a container or a storage body. You will notice the following words have included the most common meanings and connotations of the […]
Problem A Puzzle or a riddle, in sense something that is complicated to understand. The following words can be used to refer something as a problem: Intricacy Very complicated or detailed. E.g.: “The price depends on the intricacy of the work.” “The case requires more aid due to the new intricacies that have surfaced” Mystery […]
Part A part refers to a section of something which is a whole. It is something but it is not enough to be a whole. For example, “This part of the exam will be the toughest”. Part can often also mean a responsibility, an interest or some sort of duty in the sense “This is […]