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Premanand Edward Malyakkal on 07/23/2019

Confusion.....confusion

1. If poison expires, is it more poisonous or is it no longer poisonous?

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Premanand Edward Malyakkal on 06/14/2019

Money - Different names

Money has different names !!!

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Ella Baron on 06/04/2019

Figures of Speech

Ella Baron, TLS cartoonist drew it with 27 idioms in her mind. Try to find them.

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Premanand Edward Malyakkal on 06/04/2019

The word 'RUN'

Are you aware that in the english language we have a three letter English word that has over 650 meanings? Yes! There is one word that has over 650 meanings. The word is RUN

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Premanand Edward Malyakkal on 06/04/2019

Contranyms

The English language includes an interesting category of words and phrases called contronyms (also spelled contranyms, or referred to as autoantonyms) — terms that, depending on context, can have opposite or contradictory meanings. When you use these words, be sure the context clearly identifies which meaning is intended:

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Premanand Edward Malyakkal on 06/04/2019

Body Parts as Verbs

WHEN BODY PARTS ARE USED AS VERBS

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Premanand Edward Malyakkal on 06/04/2019

The word UP

One word in the English language that could be a noun, verb, adj, adv, prep is "UP".

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