Speak English Sentences Everyday (eBook)

Speak English Sentences Everyday (eBook)

50 Most Common Words

by Manik Joshi (write a review)
Type: e-book
Genre: Education & Language, Self-Improvement
Language: English
Price: Rs.149.00
Available Formats: PDF Immediate Download on Full Payment
Description of "Speak English Sentences Everyday (eBook)"

Number of Pages: 120
Format: PDF
Dimensions: 8.5 inch x 11 inch
[Paper Size: A4]

Around 3000 daily life sentences, the most common words: After, Against, All, Around, Away, Back, Before, Call, Carry, Come, Continue, Down, Ever, Fall, Give, Go, Hold, Into, Just, Keep, Lead, Leave, Let, Lie/Lay, Like, Look, Make, Name, Once, Off, On, Out, Over, Pull, Push, Put, Quality, Remain, Run, Set, Since, Stand, Take, Through, Throw, Turn, Up, Upon, Value, Way

Sample This:

01 – English Sentences -- After

Period (a particular length of time) + After
[This Pattern Is Used To Denote “Following Something In Time”]
Area was cordoned off an hour after the incident.
A picture was released a day after the attack.
Statement came 10 days after police claim.
The committee was formed two days after expose.
She had gone missing a few days after her husband was kidnapped.
He was saved a few days after other members were rescued.
She was killed weeks after returning from years in exile.
The shooting came less than a year after a massacre at main market.
That was more than 10 years after we had seen each other last.
She received a call soon after at her residence.
Soon after being informed by people, police swung into action.
Chopper collided mid-air shortly after take-off from an air base here.
The satellite started malfunctioning shortly after its deployment in orbit.
People will remember the song long after we are gone.
A week after abducted executive rescued, city has been rocked by abduction.
Three months after she took over reins of the state, she fulfilled her poll promises.
Two days after she got married, a 22-year old woman won the prestigious award.
Three days after hundred patients were treated, fifty more were admitted.

Noun + After + Noun
[This pattern is used to show something happens many times or continuously.]
He missed opportunity after opportunity.
Village has been caught in controversy after controversy.

You Can Also Use The Following Patterns:
One + Noun + After + Another
He missed one opportunity after another.
Village has been caught in one controversy after another.
The industry at large has faced one pain after another.
He indulged in one scam after another.

One After The Other
He established loyalty with three persons one after the other.
Events are taking place one after the other.
Many enemies came into his life one after the other.
One after the other, the survivors came out, each better than the other.
There were false allegations one after the other.

Two Events
Second Event (Simple Past) + After + First Event (Past Perfect)
I returned after he had gone.
He came after night had fallen.
I reached after the train had already left.

She named his daughter after Lincoln.
The scheme (was) named after Party founder.
Indian NSG was modelled after their UK’s SAS.
My dog went after the thief.
Passengers said they heard a loud explosion after which the bus hurtled down.

02 – English Sentences -- Against

AGAINST – Used To Show ‘Disadvantage, Disagreement, Contrast, Opposition, Touch, Etc.’
11 members voted against him.
Both have decided against going.
City is racing against time.
Come up with a strong law against such heinous crimes.
He is locked in a straight contest against her.
He nurtured a deep grudge against her.
He pressed the button against the name of the candidate.
He put a tick against her name.
He warned resident against giving any clue to security forces.
He will have an FIR against him.
I lifted the paper against the light to see it was shaded.
It also goes against the traditional view.
It was one against one.
My head dashed against my seat.
Price went up to $1000/quintal on Aug 8 against $900 on Aug 3.
She and her daughter already have nine cases against them.
She flung papers and levelled allegations against the Chair.
She has lived against all odds.
She led a major uprising against rival forces.
She married against her parents' wishes.
She struggled to open the door against the debris.
She was married against her will.
Take up legal course against his expulsion.
There has been a wicked campaign against them.
There has been no action taken against accused.
They were more against the abuse of power by the high and mighty than in support of two wronged individuals.
White house opted against an immediate response.
Woman spent 17 years in Iran against her will.
Women pressed their bodies up against the door.
Workers softened his stand against employer.

About the author(s)

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. ManikJoshi.com is the personal website of the author.

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