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Desperate vs Disparate




I am Desperate because I am Disparate
                    
                                            

                                                                                                                                                               
Desperate (Adj.)
Meaning:-
  • having little hope of success
  • feeling or showing that you have little hope and are ready to do anything without worrying  about danger 
  • something in extremely serious 
Usages:-
  1. I heard a desperate sound.
  2. He felt desperate when he had failed in exams.
                                                                                                                                                               
Disparate (Adj.)
Meaning:-
  • things that are very different from each other
  • made up of parts or people that are very different from each other
  • fundamentally different or distinct in quality 
Usages:-
  1. The aim was to bring disparate information sources into one database.
  2. Bring the disparate things into the house.

                                                                                                                                                               
Mind Tricks:-
Disparate comes from Latin prefix Dis - "apart" and par means "equal, same", meaning apart from same, equal. 
More words on "dis" prefix-
  1. disappeared
  2. dispute
  3. disorder
  4. dis-able
For spelling, We are going to use the word separate for Disparate - Dis +separate.

Desperate comes from Latin as de- "down or down from" + sperare- "to hope" meaning down from hope.  
More words on prefix De are - 
  1. deprived
  2. despair
  3. dejected
  4. description
  5. describes
                                                                                                                                                               
Spelling Confusion:-
-> Desperate
-> Disparate - Use the word separate for memorizing right spelling of Disparate.

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Learn English Words with Latin Root


Ver, Verus, Veri are from Latin meaning TRUE , GENUINE, ACTUAL.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         
AVER (V)
Meaning:-
  • to state firmly and strongly that something is true
Word Root-
Word Aver from Latin 'ad' means toimplying + verus or ver means true


                                                                                                    
VERY (Adj.)
Meaning:-
  • actual, same
Word Root-
Very based on Latin ver meaning true.



                                                                                                    
VERDICT (N)
Meaning:-
  • judgment on fact
Word Root-
Verdict based on Latin ver means true + dict means saying. 

                                                                                                    
VERIFY (V)
Meaning:-
  • to check that something is true or accurate
- VERIFICATION(N)
- VERIFIABLE(Adj.)

Word Root-
Verify based on Latin ver meaning true.



                                                                                                    
VERISIMILITUDE (N)
Meaning:-
  • the quality of seeming to be true or real
  • authenticity, appearing to be true or real
- VERISIMILAR (Adj.)

Word Root-
Verisimilitude based on Latin ver meaning true + similar.

                                                                                                    
VERITY (N)
Meaning:-
  • a belief or principle about life that is accepted as true
  • conformity to actuality
Word Root-
Verity based on Latin ver meaning true.



                                                                                                    
 VERACITY (N)
Meaning:-
  • the quality of being true
  • the habit of telling the truth
  • unwillingness to tell lies
Word Root-
Veracity based on Latin ver meaning true.

                                                                                                    
VERACIOUS (Adj.)
Meaning:-
  • habitually speaking the truth
  • accurate
Word Root-
Veracious based on Latin ver meaning true.
Usages:-
  1. He is a veracious woman.


                                                                                                    
VERILY (Adv.)
Meaning:-
  • true, really
Word Root-

Verily based on Latin ver meaning true.



                                                                                                   
VERIDICAL (Adj.)
Meaning:-

  • real, coinciding with reality
Word Root-
Veridical based on Latin ver meaning true.



                                                                                                   
VERISM (N)
Meaning:-
  • very genuine or extreme naturalism in art or literature
  • the theory that rigid representation of truth and reality is essential to art and literature, and therefore the ugly and vulgar must be included
Word Root-
  Verism based on Latin Ver meaning true.



                                                                                                  
VERITABLE (Adj.)
Meaning:-
  • actual, not counterfeit, not copied
Word Root-
Veritable based on Latin Ver meaning true.

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Five Words With "MODI" Mind Tricks

MODISH                                  MODESTY                           MODIFICATION                  
                         MODIFY                               MODICUM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
MODISH (Adj.)
Meaning:-
  • fashionable and stylish
Mind Tricks:-
Step1.Word Modish looks like Modi + Suit.
Step 2. Modi's Suit is very fashionable and stylish. = Modi's suit is very modish.

Usages:-
  1. Our PM is very modish.
  2. If you want to join Bollywood, you must be a modish boy.                                                                                     

MODIFY (V)
Meaning:-
  • to change something slightly, especially in order to make it more suitable for a particular purpose
  • to change or transform                                                                                                 
Mind Tricks:-
Step1. Word Modify sounds like Modi Fire.
Step2. Modi fired the Governors of five states to change or transform States' Government. =  Modi fired the Governors of five states  to modify States' Government. 

Usages:-
  1. We should modify our science project.
  2. Our government modify the service for local conditions.
Noun- MODIFICATION 
  • the act or process of changing something in order to improve it or make it more acceptable
  • the act of making something different                                                            

MODICUM
Meaning:-
  • a moderate or small amount
  • a fairly small amount, especially of something good or pleasant                                                                                                      
Mind tricks:-
Step 1. Word Modicum sounds Modi's Kaam (kaam = work).
Modi's kaam will make high price to a moderate or small price.
Step 1. Word Modicum looks like Modi came.
Step2. As a PM, Modi came and a small amount of price got decreased. =   Modi came and modicum of price got decreased.

Usages:-
  1. You would get modicum of yours father property.
  2. Modicum of luck will be given to you.


                                                                                                      
MODESTY (N)
Meaning:-
  • the fact of not talking much about your abilities of possessions
  • the state of being not very large, expensive, important, etc                  
Mind Trick:-
Step 1. Word Modesty sounds like Modi is Still.
Step 2. Modi is still not talking much about his abilities. Modi is still modesty.

Usages:-
  1. Our modesty bring our career up.
  2. Modesty is the key of success.
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Lie or Lay ? Learn With Mind Tricks


Lie vs Lay

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
LIE (V)
Meaning:-
  • to be or put yourself in a flat or horizontal position 
  • (of a thing) to be or remain in a flat position on a surface
Usages:-
  1. She likes to lie in bed all day.
  2. The book lay(V2) open on his desk.
Another Meaning of Lie
->untrue, not genuine
->to say something that you know is no true

                                                                                               
LAY (V)
Meaning:-
  • to put somebody/something in a particular position
  • to put something down, especially on the floor
  • to put down or spread
Usages:-
  1. The grapes were laid to dry on racks.
  2. He lays his gun on the table.
                            
Mind Tricks:-
Many times we forget and confuse the sense of using Lay and Lie. Not to jumble the sense of these two words, we will use the mind tricks.

Step 1- Lie is an intransitive verb(used without a direct object). As i resembles in both of the words, we can conclude that lie is an intransitive verb.

Step 2- With the help of word Die, we can learn the sense of word LieWhen we die, we lie.  As word Lie means to be or put yourself in a flat or horizontal position.

Mind Tricks For Lay:-
  • With the help of word Place we can learn the usage of word Lay. Lay means to Place something. To lay something means to place something by you. 
  • LAY = PLACE something by You
  • Lay is a transitive verb, and the verb is followed immediately by an object.
Be Careful -

Past simple of Lie is Lay.

 Past simple (V2)  Past particile (V3) -ing form
 Lie
lay
lain
lying
 Lay
laid
laid
laying


Affect vs Effect


Affect vs Effect
                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
"The action is affect; 
                 the end result is an effect."                                                                                                        
Affect (V)
Meaning:-
  • to produce a change in somebody or something
eg:-Her death affected him deeply.
  • to make somebody become ill or sick
eg:-Mosquito affects your body.
  • to make somebody have strong feeling of sadness
eg:-They were deeply affected by the news of her death.
  • to pretend to be feeling or thinking something
eg:- She affected a calmness she did not feel.




Effect (N)
Meaning:-
  • a change that somebody/something causes in somebody/something else
  • the result or impact of something 
  • an outcome
Usages:-
  1. The drug affects an effect.
  2. The new regulations come into effect next month.


Trick for selecting right word- 
Affect or Effect ?
With the help of the word Avenge,we can easily recognise whether it is noun or verb. For this we must have to  remember the word AvengeNow use it- A for Affect, V for Verb means affect is a verb; E for Effect, N for Noun means Effect is a noun and ge is an extra. (AVENge)
With the word AVENge, we can recall Affect is a Verb and Effect is a Noun.



Note:-
According to the Oxford- Effect is also a verb but quite rare and formal in use. As a verb, effect means to achieve or produce.



Advice vs Advise- With Mind Tricks


Advice Vs Advice

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                                                 


Advise (V)
Meaning:-
  • to tell somebody what you think they should do in a particular situation
  • to give somebody help and information on a subject that you know a lot about
Usages:-
  1. I would strongly advise against going out on your own.
  2. Her mother was away and couldn't advise her.



Advice (N)
Meaning:-
  • an opinion or a suggestion about what somebody should do in a particular situation
Usages:-
  1. You need to take legal advice.
  2. Some advice for pregnant women.
  3. I hope I can pass on some useful advice.



Mind Tricks how to learn Advice is a Noun and Advise is a Verb.
Word Advice looks like A device and we know that the word device is a noun. As the word Advice and A device look very similar, we can easily recognize the word Advice as a noun
Since the word Advise comes from Ad means "to, toward"  +  vise from videre or vision means "to see", we can relate the word Advise to the word See. Furthermore, we can notice the word Advise contains some part of word See (Advise+e = See). As the word See is a verb same way Advise is also a verb.
                                     
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Words for the way you smile

 BEAM                              SMIRK                     FLEER                                            GRIN                        SIMPER

                                                                                                                                                               

"I have Many Problems in My Life. But My lips don't know."
-They always Smile.
                                                                          - CHARLIE CHAPLIN


BEAM (V)  [beem]
Meaning:-
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  • to have a big happy smile on your face smile warmly or brightly
  • express joy through one's facial expression
  • a bright smile
Usages:-
  1. She was positively beaming with pleasure
  2. His face beamed with pleasure.
Another Meaning of Beam:-
  1. a line of light, electric waves
  2. a long piece of wood, metal etc. used to support weight
More Another meaning click here


SMIRK (V/N) [smurk]
Meaning:-
  • to smile in a silly or unpleasant way that shows that you are pleased with yourself, know something that other people do not know, etc.
Usages:-
  1. He smirked unpleasantly when we told him the bad news.
  2. She is smirking at you.
One smirk at someone else's unhappiness and misfortune.

FLEER (V) [fleer] 
Meaning:- 
  • smile in a mocking manner
  • smile in an unkind way and showing that you think somebody or something is ridiculous.
Usages:-
  1. Don't fleer at anybody.
Another meaning of Fleer (N):-
  • someone who flees from a place, danger, etc.
More Another meaning click here


GRIN (V/N) [grin] 
Meaning:-
  • to smile widely
  • smile in a way to show the teeth
Usages:-
  1. They grinned with delight when they heard our news.
  2. He was grinning.

SIMPER (N/V) [sim-per]
Meaning:-
  • to smile in a silly and annoying way 
  • smile in artificial, foolish and silly manner
  • a silly self conscious smile
  • to smile in an artificial way
Usages:-
  1. He just simpered at me.
You smile unnecessary and artificial to impress someone in front of you - you simper.
----------More words on laughter

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Two different meanings of same word- 16

CORDIAL               UTTER              RAPE          SAW          POUND              LAST                                  RELISH                     RANK             STERN                DEPOSITION

                                                                                                                                                                                              
CORDIAL    (N/Adj.)

Meaning-
Known
  • pleasant and friendly
Hidden:-
a sweet drink that does not contain alcohol, made from fruit juice
eg.- a glass of cordial



UTTER    (N/Adj.)

Meaning-
Known
  • to make a sound with your voice
  • to say something
Hidden:-
complete 
used to emphasize how complete something is


RAPE    (N/V)

Meaning-
Known
  • to force somebody to have sex with you when they do not want to by threatening them or using violence
Hidden:-
a plant with bright yellow flowers, grown as food for farm animals and for its seeds that used to make oil



SAW    (N/V)

Meaning-
Known
  • Saw is past simple (V2) of SEE
Hidden:-
a tool that has a long blade with sharp points along on e of its edges. it is used for cutting wood or metal



POUND    (N/V)

Meaning-
Known
  • the unit of money in the UK and other countries
Hidden:-
to hit something or somebody many times, especially in a way that makes a lot of noise
a place where something illegal are kept until their owners claim them


LAST    (N/Adv./V)

Meaning-
Known
  • happening or coming after all other similar things or people 
  • most recent 
Hidden:-
a device that is used to repair shoes

a unit of weight equal to 4000 pounds


RELISH    (N/V)

Meaning-
Known
  • to get great pleasure from something
  • a great pleasure
Hidden:-
a cold thick spicy sauce made from fruit and vegetables that have been boiled, that is served with meat, cheese, etc.


RANK     (N/V)

Meaning-
Known
  • the position, especially a high position, that somebody has in a particular organization, society, etc.
Hidden:-
having a strong unpleasant smell
eg:- The house was full of the rank smell of urine 
growing too thickly
eg:- an area overgrown rank grass and nettles


STERN  (N/Adj.)

Meaning-
Known
  • serious and often disapproving
  • serious and difficult
Hidden:-
the back end of a ship or boat


DEPOSITION    (N)

Meaning-
Known
  • the act of removing somebody or something
Hidden:-
formal systematic questioning 
a formal statement, taken from somebody and used in court


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