7 in 1 Video – Synonym, Idiom, Proverb, Phrasal Verb, Homophones, One Word Substitution, Syntax
Learn the use of word ‘Anxiety’, Synonym, Idiom, Proverb, Phrasal Verb, Homophones, One Word Substitution, Syntax
We are here with the third video of the series on synonyms, idioms, proverbs, phrasal verbs, homophones, one word substitution and syntax.
The word used in this video is ‘Anxiety’
It means- feeling of worry, nervousness, or uneasiness about a situation.
Synonym for the same word is ‘worry’
Example: Anxiety is the canker of heart
Idiom: Milk and water policy- which means old fashioned, weak or lacking strength.
For example: India’s policy is milk and water policy.
Phrasal Verb- To break the ice- which means to do or say something to release tension.
For example: I broke the ice and suggested a plan.
Proverb- Easy come, easy go
It can also be written as evil got, evil spent.
One word substitution– Extrovert- which means an outgoing or a socially confident person.
Homophones: these are words that sound similar but have different meaning and spelling.
Suit- it means to be convenient with something
For example: The oily food does not suit me.
Suite- it means a set of room assigned or designed for a person or his family.
For example: We have booked a suite in the hotel.
Ram beats him by a stick. (Wrong)
Ram beats him with a stick. (Right)
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