useful abbreviations
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1. ​PAN​ - permanent account number.
2. ​PDF​ - portable document format.
3. ​SIM​ - Subscriber Identity Module.
4. ​ATM​ - Automated Teller machine.
5. ​IFSC​ - Indian Financial System Code.
6. ​FSSAI(Fssai)​ - Food Safety & Standards Authority of India.
7. ​Wi-Fi​ - Wireless fidelity.
8. ​GOOGLE​ - Global Organization Of Oriented Group Language Of Earth.
9. ​YAHOO​ - Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle.
10. ​WINDOW​ - Wide Interactive Network Development for Office work Solution.
11. ​COMPUTER​ - Common Oriented Machine. Particularly United and used under Technical and Educational Research.
12. ​VIRUS​ - Vital Information Resources Under Siege.
13. ​UMTS​ - Universal Mobile Telecommunicati ons System.
14. ​AMOLED​ - Active-matrix organic light-emitting diode.
15. ​OLED​ - Organic light-emitting diode.
16. ​IMEI​ - International Mobile Equipment Identity.
17. ​ESN​ - Electronic Serial Number.
18. ​UPS​ - Uninterruptible power supply.
19. ​HDMI​ - High-Definition Multimedia Interface.
20. ​VPN​ - Virtual private network.
21. ​APN​ - Access Point Name.
22. ​LED​ - Light emitting diode.
23. ​DLNA​ - Digital Living Network Alliance.
24. ​RAM​ - Random access memory.
25. ​ROM​ - Read only memory.
26. ​VGA​ - Video Graphics Array.
27. ​QVGA​ - Quarter Video Graphics Array.
28. ​WVGA​ - Wide video graphics array.
29. ​WXGA​ - Widescreen Extended Graphics Array.
30. ​USB​ - Universal serial Bus.
31. ​WLAN​ - Wireless Local Area Network.
32. ​PPI​ - Pixels Per Inch.
33. ​LCD​ - Liquid Crystal Display.
34. ​HSDPA​ - High speed down-link packet access.
35. ​HSUPA​ - High-Speed Uplink Packet Access.
36. ​HSPA​ - High Speed Packet Access.
37. ​GPRS​ - General Packet Radio Service.
38. ​EDGE​ - Enhanced Data Rates for Globa Evolution.
39. ​NFC​ - Near field communication.
40. ​OTG​ - On-the-go.
41. ​S-LCD​ - Super Liquid Crystal Display.
42. ​O.S​ - Operating system.
43. ​SNS​ - Social network service.
44. ​H.S​ - HOTSPOT.
45. ​P.O.I​ - Point of interest.
46. ​GPS​ - Global Positioning System.
47. ​DVD​ - Digital Video Disk.
48. ​DTP​ - Desk top publishing.
49. ​DNSE​ - Digital natural sound engine.
50. ​OVI​ - Ohio Video Intranet.
51. ​CDMA​ - Code Division Multiple Access.
52. ​WCDMA​ - Wide-band Code Division Multiple Access.
53. ​GSM​ - Global System for Mobile Communications.
54. ​DIVX​ - Digital internet video access.
55. ​APK​ - Authenticated public key.
56. ​J2ME​ - Java 2 micro edition.
57. ​SIS​ - Installation source.
58. ​DELL​ - Digital electronic link library.
59. ​ACER​ - Acquisition Collaboration Experimentation Reflection.
60. ​RSS​ - Really simple syndication.
61. ​TFT​ - Thin film transistor.
62. ​AMR​- Adaptive Multi-Rate.
63. ​MPEG​ - moving pictures experts group.
64. ​IVRS​ - Interactive Voice Response System.
65. ​HP​ - Hewlett Packard.

​Do we know actual full form of some words???​
66. ​News paper =​
​North East West South past and present events report.​
67. ​Chess =​
​Chariot, Horse, Elephant, Soldiers.​
68. ​Cold =​
​Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease.​
69. ​Joke =​
​Joy of Kids Entertainment.​
70. ​Aim =​
​Ambition in Mind.​
71. ​Date =​
​Day and Time Evolution.​
72. ​Eat =​
​Energy and Taste.​
73. ​Tea =​
​Taste and Energy Admitted.​
74. ​Pen =​
​Power Enriched in Nib.​
75. ​Smile =​
​Sweet Memories in Lips Expression.​
76. ​etc. =​
​End of Thinking Capacity​
77. ​OK =​
​Objection Killed​
78. ​Or =​
​Orl Korec (Greek Word)​

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Idiom of the Day

📚cross that bridge when we come to it

✍🏾Meaning: You can say "we'll cross that bridge when we come to it" if someone mentions a problem that might occur in the future, but you want them to think about what's happening now instead.

〽️For example:

🔺Martin asked what we'd do if our new company couldn't find good staff when we needed to expand, and I said we'll cross that bridge when we come to it.

🔺Jenny worries too much about things that might happen in the future, so people are always saying "We'll cross that bridge when we come to it" to her.
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✅Synonyms for “Talk”

🔻 Babble - enthusiastic or excessive talk, or meaningless sounds or nonsense words; to talk in this manner

🔻 Back talk - a disrespectful response; to respond disrespectfully

🔻 Backchat - see back talk, badinage, and gossip

🔻 Badinage - light, witty talk

🔻 Banter - see badinage, with a connotation of good-natured teasing or arguing; to engage in such talk

🔻 Barb - a hurtful and/or critical comment

🔻 Blandishments - see cajolery/cajolement

🔻 Blarney - nonsensical talk

🔻 Bluster - boastful or threatening talk; to speak boastfully or threateningly

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​​▪from dawn till dusk - ertalab sahardan kechasi allamahalgacha.

-I am working from dawn till dusk
-Men ertalabdan kechgacha ishlayman.
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"Be determined to be positive. Understand that the greater part of your misery or unhappiness is determined not by your circumstances, but by your attitude. A happy person is not a person who’s always in a good situation, but rather a person who always has a good attitude in every situation. So smile at those who often try to begrudge or hurt you; show them what’s missing in their life and what they can’t take away from you. Doing so doesn’t mean forgetting or giving in, it means you choose happiness over hurt."

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#story
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A touching love story...

WIFE:
What would you do if i died?
Would you get married again?

Husband:
No...how can I think of marrying?

Wife-
Why not?
You would need company...for good and bad moments....please get married

Husband:
...oh Shona...you are so sweet....even after death u r worrying about me...

Wife: So promise me, u will remarry if I die...

Husband:
Ok, ok, i'd get married again...just for you

Wife:
Would you live in our house with your
new Wife...?

Husband: Yes, but will never let her use your room.

Wife: Would you let her drive my car ?

Husband: no...
its yours...I will keep it as your memory...and buy a new one..

Wife: Would you give her my jewelry?

Husband:
No..how can I...
it has your memories attached
I am sure she would want her own..

Wife: Would she wear my shoes..?

Husband: No, never
her size is '7', and yours is 9

Wife:
—silence-

Husband:
'Shiiit'...!!! 😐😐😐😐

Husband's funeral is on this Sunday, please attend......!!!!
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#Phrasal Verb of the Day

💢Work on

Meaning:
✍to spend time making, fixing or improving something.

‼️For example:

work on sth
🔰Alfred would work on a movie's screenplay for months before starting to shoot the movie.

work on doing sth
🔰If you work on improving your English conversation skills, you should be ready for promotion in a couple of months.
#Phrasal_Verb_of_the_Day

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🔖 British Slang Words to Start Your Learning

📌 Skint
Meaning: to have little or no money
Example:
“Fancy going to the pub tonight?”
“Nah, I shouldn’t. I’m skint.”

📌 Naff
Meaning: silly, distasteful
Example:“What a naff comment!”

📌 Yonks
Meaning: a very long time
Example:“I haven’t seen him for yonks.”

📌 Minging
Meaning: very ugly, unpleasant, foul
Example:“Man, his toilet is minging.”

📌 Chinwag
Meaning: an informal conversation
Example: “Did you talk to Sarah?”
“Yeah, but just a chinwag about the girls at work.”

📌 Knackered
Meaning: very tired
Example: “I’m knackered. Let’s go to bed.”

📌 Bobbins
Meaning: nonsense
Example: “Stop talking bobbins.”

📌 Snog
Meaning: to kiss
Example: “He often brags about snogging the hot girl from his class, but I doubt it’s true.”

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🔆 IELTS 🔆

IELTS, the International English Language Testing System, is designed to assess the language ability of candidates who need to study or work where English is used as the language of communication. IELTS is required for entry to university in the UK and other countries.

✅ Who is it for?

IELTS is recognised by universities and employers in many countries, including Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the UK and the USA. It is also recognised by professional bodies, immigration authorities and other government agencies.
More than 2 million people a year take the test.

✅ What is the IELTS test like?

You can choose between the Academic or General Training versions of the test. All candidates do the same Listening and Speaking sections.
The test has four sections:

Listening - 4 sections, 40 questions, 30 minutes
Speaking - interview, 15 minutes
Reading - different for Academic or General Training - 3 sections, 40 questions, 60 minutes
Writing - different for Academic or General Training - 2 pieces of writing, 60 minutes

✅ Level and scores

Multi-level. You get a score between 1 and 9. Half scores such as 6.5 are possible. Universities often demand an IELTS score of 6 or 7. They may also demand a minimum score in each of the 4 sections.

✅ Where do I take the test?

IELTS tests are administered at accredited Test Centres throughout the world - there are currently more than 500 Centres, in over 120 countries.

✅ When can I take the test?

Arrange with your closest test centre. There are frequent dates, usually on Thursdays or Saturdays.

✅ How much does it cost to take IELTS?

Fees are set by test centres and vary from country to country. Expect to pay around £160 GBP, €210 Euros or $230 USD.

✅ What materials do I need?

You can download practice books and tests in pdf format from our channel
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