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Common English Sentences (eBook)

English in Daily Life
Type: e-book
Genre: Self-Improvement, Education & Language
Language: English
Price: ₹59
Description of "Common English Sentences"

Number of Pages: 63
Format: PDF
Dimensions: 8.5 inch x 11 inch
[Paper Size: A4]

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Common English Sentences -- A

About -- It doesn’t matter who says what about me.
About -- That’s what being American is all about.
About -- They were going about their daily lives.
About -- This is what life is about.
About -- This training has been all about that.
About -- We have nothing to feel defensive about.
About -- What city was all about today?
Abuse -- He was found guilty of abusing his office.
Accept -- He accepted an opportunity with enthusiasm.
Accept -- He accepted his invitation for birthday.
Accept -- He accepted it without protest.
Account -- Asia accounts for the maximum oral cancer cases.
Account -- Lighting accounts for 20 percent of the total electricity demand.
Account -- Our state accounts for 9 of 10 eggs exported.
Account -- She gave the police a full account of the incident.
Account -- The team gave a good account of themselves in the match.
Accuse -- Protestors accused the state govt. of inaction.
Achieve -- He achieved some measure of success.
Across -- A wave of attacks across the country killed 95.
Across -- Moonlight glittered across the coconut leaves.
Across -- My house is just across the street.
Across -- Police officers across ranks expressed shock.
Across -- Red alert sounded across the state.
Across -- She watched the incident from across the road.
Across -- The blast has cut across class and gender.
Across – The government launched military drills across half the country.
Across -- The issue is slowly becoming a matter of debate across villages in the country.
Across -- We could also attack across the border.
Act -- He acted in a street play.
Act -- Heat acts on metals.
Act -- I act from a sense of duty.
Act -- My lawyer acts for me.
Act -- You should act up to my advice.
Activity -- It is quite unfortunate that such an inhuman activity is taking place here.
Add -- He added his signature to the petition.
Address -- President addressed a press conference.
Address -- They received 25 objections and addressed all of them.
Administer -- Administer anti-polio drops.
Admit -- She was admitted with severe breathing problem.
Adopt -- He adopted the look of Obama.
Advance -- The mob advanced us shouting angrily.
Advice -- I have a piece of advice for you.
After -- Take medicine twice after the fever is down.
Agree -- He agreed to act opposite me in the movie.
Agree -- We agreed to another demand of him.
Ahead -- Our team was ahead by two goals.
Ahead -- Preparations for the festival begin ahead.
Aim -- My remarks were not aimed at you.
Aim -- The new bill aims at filling the gaps in the existing laws.
Alarm -- It is nothing to be alarmed about.
Allocate -- The government has allocated the funds.
Along -- CM and Deputy CM were sworn in along with a 24-member cabinet by Governor.
Along -- Enter the lane alongside the Newspaper office.
Along -- He had come to the city along with his wife for sight-seeing a week ago.
Along -- He was missing along with his servant.
Along -- The sanctuary area runs along three states.
Among -- From among those he prescribes medicines too are ministers.
Amount -- Cartoon amounted to an “insult” to the icon.
Amount -- It amounts to judicial indiscipline.
Amount -- It amounts to violation of human and civil rights.
Anger -- This angered driver and a clash ensued.
Answer -- Nobody answered the repeated knocks.
Any -- It was the funniest thing any of us have seen for ages.
Any -- The situation is not any better in nearby villages.
Apart -- Explosion tore apart a coach of a passenger train.
Appear -- Blip appeared on Radar.
Appear -- Efforts appeared to be getting nowhere.
Appear -- He appeared calm.
Appear -- He appeared unsteady on his feet.
Appear -- News-item appeared in the national dailies.
Appear -- She appeared most pretty thing of the world.
Appear -- Ship appeared a huge black shadow to me.
Appear -- The match appeared to have been fixed.
Appear -- They wanted her to appear in advertisements.
Apply -- She applied vermilion on her head.
Apply -- I applied this on myself.
Approach -- They approached a checkpoint.
Arise -- A dispute arose between two groups over the sum of money won in gambling.
Arise -- His behaviour aroused the suspicion of the security guards.
Arise -- The only difficulties arose from language barriers.
Arise -- The question does not arise.
Arise -- They aroused other people’s suspicions.
Arm -- Cops were armed with tear gas shells.
Ask -- Goddess asked me for a boon.
Ask -- He asked “uncomfortable” questions.
Ask -- He asked her about her well-being.
Assess -- A team of experts will assess the situation.
Assess -- CM assessed the status of relief work.
Associate -- He was in fear of her life and the life and safety of anyone associated with her.
Associate -- People associate harmful or bad with the word bacteria.
Associate -- Pink is associated with grace.
Assume -- His remarks assume significance.
Assume -- The meeting assumed great importance for student’s future.
Assume -- The move assumed importance in the light of the incident.
Attach -- We attach great importance to our health.
Attain -- Their families had decided to wed them once they attained marriageable age.
Attempt -- He attempted to answer all his questions.
Attempt -- He was attempting to overtake another vehicle.
Attract -- He attracted my attention.
Attribute -- He attributed the bad state of parks to a lack of funds.
Authorize -- I authorized him for payments.
Avenge -- He wanted to avenge the humiliation he suffered.
Average -- He is above average height for his age.
Avoid -- He avoided a direct answer.
Avoid -- She was upset because she thought he was avoiding her.
Avoid -- They avoided looking at each other.
Awake -- City awoke to a clear but a cold morning.
Awake -- I awoke later on to the sound of my cell phone ringing.
Away -- We were away so long.

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Manik Joshi was born on Jan 26, 1979 at Ranikhet and is permanent resident of Haldwani, Kumaon zone of India. He is an Internet Marketer by profession. He is interested in domaining (business of buying and selling domain names), web designing (creating websites), and various online jobs (including 'self book publishing'). He is science graduate with ZBC (zoology, botany, and chemistry) subjects. He is also an MBA (with specialization in marketing). He has done three diploma courses in computer too. is the personal website of the author.

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Publisher: Manik Joshi
Number of Pages: 63
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