Elections in India play a major role as India is a democratic country. Let us help you learn some of the important terms related to elections and how to carry out a conversation on it.
We assure you that next time when you’ll talk about elections you won’t hesitate to speak in English.
Let us learn with the help of sentences.
Election means a formal and organized choice by vote of a person for a political office or other position.
Municipal election will be held on November 29.
General election- the election of representatives to a legislature
General election is held every five years.
Mid term election- that take place in the middle of the set term.
I am going to fight an election.
I am standing as a candidate for election.
Campaign- work in an organized and active way towards a particular goal, typically a political or social one
Constituency- a group of voters is a specified area.
Election propaganda- to promote a political cause.
Election petition- procedure for filing for elections.
Voting- give or register a vote
Voting for this constituency is over.
Vote- a process of selecting between two or more candidates.
There were only seventeen votes in his favour.
I voted for him/ I voted in his favour.
Vote of confidence was passed in the parliament.
The president gave vote of thanks.
Voter- a person who gives votes
Cast a vote- to vote
EVM- machine used for casting a vote
E.V.M are being used in Indian general elections.
Challenge- call someone to participate in a competitive situation.
I challenged him to a fight.
I take up his challenge.
I choose a book.
We want to select the best candidates.
The gardener picks up the flowers.
Cull- select from a large quantity
The child was culling the pebbles.
Mason- a person skilled in cutting, dressing, and laying stone in buildings.
The mason builds/erects a wall.
I shall take revenge on every count.
Selective- tending to choose carefully
I am very selective about my diet.
I buy the books selectively.
Choice- the act of choosing.
Your choice is not bad.
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