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200 BM Daily Vocabulary #42 | anticipate
Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastToday’s word is: anticipate – It means: To think of something in advance, to expect something to happen.With BM English Speaking Radio Channel - Learn one new word every day and impress the world.In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word anticipate. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.It was time for Mr. Nayan, the chairman of the company, to retire and nominate someone else in his place. Everyone was anticipating that he will nominate his son Jagdish. However, they were in for a surprise, as he nominated his daughter Jaya, to manage the company. Jaya was not only ambitious but she was well educated and highly skilled in personnel management (managing people or a group).Listen carefully on how we can use the word anticipate in 8 different sentences in 8 different / situations.Example number 1 of 8: Lawrence would receive the house rent from his tenant Shelly on time. However, last month it was delayed by one week. Lawrence was anticipating the cheque every day until he received it.Example number 2 of 8: This year, the sales figures of the newly launched mobile phone were sky high (it means phenomenal- we know this word, don’t we?). All the employees of the phone manufacturing company were anticipating an increment.Example number 3 of 8: Reena was engaged to Sherman. Her parents had selected him and she had met him only once. Her anticipation of their compatibility was natural and understandable. And guess what, her fiancée, Sherman turned out to be a gem of a person (a wonderful and caring person).Example number 4 of 8: The international school had organized an exhibition of paintings of their students. All the revenue earned was going to be donated to charity. Hence, they were anticipating a good turnout (expecting many people to visit). And yes it was a grand success.Example number 5 of 8: Jenna was anticipating a ‘C’ grade in her research project as she had completed it in one day. However, to her pleasant surprise, she got an A+ grade owing to her sincerity and dedication.Example number 6 of 8: Mr. Das was anticipating a huge compensation from the construction company. He had given up his ancestral Villa for redevelopment. The Villa had a vast orchard and a lake behind it too.Example number 7 of 8: The small grocery shop was taken over by a chain of supermarkets. The employees were anticipating the loss of employment. Can you guess what happened? The new owners retained all the existing employees but made several structural changes.Example number 8 of 8: A tea stall owner was convicted for a theft (robbery). Everyone was anticipating that he will be sent behind the bars (in prison). However, he was proved innocent and the actual culprit was arrested.Today we learned the word anticipate which means – To think of something in advance, to expect something to happen. Can you frame 3 sentences with anticipate and type in our comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to improve your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. Do subscribe to our podcast BM English Speaking Radio and stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons.This was episode number 42 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be publishing 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 am with a new word!Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastWe, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #41 | elated
Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastToday’s word is: elated –It means: to fill with joy or pride, to be extremely happy or excitedIn this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word elated. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.The University of Arts and Science had organized a cultural festival. They had invited participation from colleges and universities from all over the world. To their amazement, almost 40 colleges participated. The committee members who had organized the cultural festival were highly elated as they received appreciation from students, parents and all the guests. This means that the committee members who organized the event were extremely happy or overjoyed.Listen carefully on how we can use the word elated in 8 different sentences in 8 different situations.Example number 1 of 8: Priti had launched a youtube channel. The theme was about enhancing soft skills and the target viewers were corporates. Within six months of the launch, she got over one million views and thousands of subscribers. She was extremely elated at this success.Example number 2 of 8: The mall owners were elated after reviewing the last quarter’s revenue figures. The overall revenues of three months had surpassed (we know this word, don’t we?) the average revenue of the entire year.Example number 3 of 8: The new political party that came in power, worked diligently for the progress of the country. They strengthened the infrastructure and increased employment opportunities. This accelerated the economic growth of the country. The citizens were elated at their wise choice.Example number 4 of 8: Sumathi received a courier package a day before her birthday. Her aunt had sent her a beautiful hand printed saree from their home town. Sumathi was so elated that she wore the saree to her office the same day.Example number 5 of 8: Harry was an introvert (someone who is shy and doesn’t speak much). He had enrolled for a communication improvement workshop before appearing for job interviews. After completion of the course, he appeared for several interviews. He was elated as he was selected in every interview and finally got his dream job.Example number 6 of 8: In a particularly rainy season the rainfall was more than expected. The farmers were elated as the crop flourished. This means that the farmers were more than happy as the crop grew very well and they knew that they would earn good profits.Example number 7 of 8: The author of the motivational book was elated as the revenue earned from the sale of his first book crossed rupees one million within the first year of its release. This motivated him to write another book.Example number 8 of 8: Rehman enrolled himself for a student exchange program. He had to travel to another country for two weeks and had to live with a local family. His host family welcomed him with warmth and care. This experience elated him and he recommended this course to other friends also.Today we learned the word elated which means – to fill with joy or pride, to be extremely happy or excited. Can you frame 3 sentences with elated and type in our comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to develop your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. Do subscribe to our podcast BM English Speaking Radio and stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons.This was episode number 41 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be releasing 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 am with a new word!Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastWe, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #40 | deviate
Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastToday’s word is: deviate–The meaning of deviate is to do something that is different from the usual, common way of behaving or to go in a different directionIn this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word deviate. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.A treasure hunt game was planned for the employees during a team building drive. Each team was supposed to follow the clues given on the map. Any team that would deviate from the given path would be disqualified. Team number two completed the task, well ahead of others, but was disqualified. Can you guess why? Well, because they deviated from the given route. This means that they did not follow the given path.Listen carefully on how we can use the word Deviate in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences.Example number 1 of 8: Arvind was supposed to give a speech during the office award function on leadership. After speaking on leadership for a few minutes, he deviated from the main topic and began speaking on communication skills. This impacted his promotion.Example number 2 of 8: The new burger joint in town was quite popular as it was serving burgers faster than any other restaurant or café. Do you know why? First, they had a faster way for cooking. Secondly, the staff would never deviate from the cooking and serving process.Example number 3 of 8: The metro railway construction was causing a lot of disturbance to the people travelling by that route. The main road was blocked for construction and a diversion was created for the traffic. Everyone travelling by that road had to deviate from their regular path and take a longer route.Example number 4 of 8: Children tend to deviate from any activity that they are doing at a given time. Hence, Mrs. Simon made her lessons so interesting that every child would focus on her or his activity for a longer time.Example number 5 of 8: The Patel family had planned to go for a safari on the weekend. Due to heavy rainfall, the wildlife sanctuary was closed for a few days. Hence, they had to deviate from their original plan and visited a beach instead.Example number 6 of 8: Everyone in the town was excited to watch the ice skating finals as Joe was representing the town in the championship. Unfortunately, Joe lost his balance and deviated from the choreography. Hence, he couldn’t win the championship.Example number 7 of 8: Varsha was preparing for her medical entrance exam after obtaining a distinction in her 12th grade. She cleared the examination with good marks. However, she deviated from the medical field and took up architecture. This was because she realized that she was passionate about designing state of art offices with great interiors.Example number 8 of 8: Jack was responsible for supervising the office building construction. It was slated (scheduled) to be completed within two years. The construction was halted for a week due to heavy rains. However, he strategized well and did not deviate from the date of final handover.Today we learned the word Deviate which means – to do something that is different from the usual, common way of behaving or to go in a different direction. Can you frame 3 sentences with Deviate and type in the comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to build your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all our episodes from www.bmenglishspeakingradio.in. Stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons.We are on a mission to train 1 crore Indians in English fluency.This was episode number 40 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be releasing 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 ‘o’ clock with a new word!Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastWe, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #39 | phenomenal
Today’s word is: phenomenal –Would you like to know what it means? It means: extraordinary, highly unusual, astonishing; extremely remarkableIn this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word phenomenal. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.The city museum was not doing well. It was incurring losses and the number of visitors too was depleting (reducing). A company that runs a chain of restaurants took over and converted it to a fine dining restaurant. They, however, retained the artifacts of the museum and the interior decoration was done up like a palace. Post these renovations, it gained popularity and there was a phenomenal increase in the number of visitors. People would love to have their meals and get a glimpse of historic artifacts (objects displayed in the museum) at the same time.Listen carefully on how we can use the word Phenomenal in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences.Example number 1 of 8: Ashka won the award for the best actor in the child actors’ category for her phenomenal performance in the movie.Example number 2 of 8: Online trading has seen phenomenal growth in the past few years. This is because it is extremely convenient for traders and the new generation is more comfortable with Internet-based applications.Example number 3 of 8: The award-winning book received phenomenal success as the author had derived management lessons from the ancient wisdom in mythological stories.Example number 4 of 8: An NGO organized a rally for preserving trees. It received a phenomenal response. Citizens across the city joined the rally and the authorities took concrete actions to preserve 250 trees.Example number 5 of 8: Ratanbhai was a farmer and with each passing year, the quality of his crop was deteriorating. He was advised to use organic fertilizer. After using organic fertilizer, there was a phenomenal improvement in the quality of his crop.Example number 6 of 8: The fire drill would happen once a year at a software agency. Unfortunately, during one such drill, there was an actual fire. No lives were lost. However, there was a phenomenal loss of property.Example number 7 of 8: Don’t we all eagerly wait for the year-end sale? We get clothes, jewelry, electronics, and many other products at heavy discounts. What happens then? Obviously, there is a phenomenal increase in the sale of these products.Example number 8 of 8: Palak Shah is a teenager who received phenomenal success after she launched her health app for teens. Many teenagers look up to her for inspiration.Today we learned the word phenomenal which means – extraordinary, highly unusual, astonishing; extremely remarkable. Can you frame 3 sentences with phenomenal and type in the comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to improve/develop/enhance/build/enrich/upgrade/boost your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all our episodes from www.bmenglishspeakingradio.in. Stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons.We are on a mission to train 1 crore Indians in English fluency.This was episode number 39 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be sharing 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 ‘o’ clock with a new word!We, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #38 | intense
Today’s word is: intense –The meaning of intense is a high degree or a strong emotion, existing in an extreme degree, having or showing a characteristic in extreme degree.In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word intense. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.Toby was eagerly waiting for his dad to return from his official trip. After his dad returned, they both played their favorite game on the X box. His mother was surprised to watch Toby play the game with extreme interest. His eyes were glued to the television screen (means that he was constantly looking at the TV screen and not even turning his face). Do you know what does this mean? This means that Toby’s involvement in the game was intense.Listen carefully on how we can use the word intense in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences.Example number 1 of 8: The business management college included a strict schedule of intense theory sessions, thrice a week and practical sessions twice a week. This offered a good blend (combination) of theory and practical sessions to the students.Example number 2 of 8: It was towards the end of the cricket match when the last over was remaining, the match grew more intense. It was difficult to predict the winning team.Example number 3 of 8: The play zone for kids in the mall had hi-tech video games with the latest graphics in high resolution. Children and adults equally enjoyed playing them. The graphics were so real that they would play the games with intense concentration.Example number 4 of 8: The dentist had to perform her first root canal. Prior to the operation, she took an intense look at the area of operation. And her efforts paid off (operation was successful).Example number 5 of 8: Anthony was going to propose to Whitney after dating her for about two months. He had planned a special dinner with her on the beach. While dining, Anthony was intensely gazing (steady look) into her eyes and smiling constantly. This gave her a clue of what was going to follow and she was prepared to take the next step.Example number 6 of 8: Mrs. Griffin was surprised to hear the intense voice of his boss while conducting interviews. It showed his complete involvement in the interview process.Example number 7 of 8: Brijesh fell from his bike and his elbow got dislocated. He experienced intense pain till the time he received anesthesia.Example number 8 of 8: The AGM (Annual General Meeting) of Fine Structure Corporation grew intense towards the end as they discussed several structural changes. Finally, a consensus was reached. (Are you able to recollect the meaning of consensus? We’ve discussed the meaning of consensus in episode number 4 of this podcast series)Today we learned the word intense which means – high degree, or strong emotion, existing in an extreme degree, having or showing a characteristic in extreme degree. Can you frame 3 sentences with intense and type in the comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to build your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all our episodes from www.bmenglishspeakingradio.in. Stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons.We are on a mission to train 1 crore Indians in English fluency.This was episode number 38 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be uploading 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 ‘o’ clock with a new word!We, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #37 | extravaganza
Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastToday’s word is: extravaganza – the meaning of extravaganza is: A very elaborate and expensive show or performance, excessive and lavish celebration or performance, an elaborate party, festival or artistic fantasy.In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word extravaganza. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.The Sharma family had arranged a destination wedding for their daughter. It was nothing less than an extravaganza. All their relatives and guests had a separate cottage to stay.  There were dance performances by the best artists across the continent and the food preparation was monitored by world famous chefs. The guests also displayed international designer wear. It was like a fairy-tale wedding.Listen carefully on how we can use the word extravaganza in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences.Example number 1 of 8: It was Diwali night (Diwali is one of the most popular Indian festival. An open terrace restaurant, arranged for a fireworks extravaganza for its guests who were dining at the restaurant that night. This means that guests could dine and watch fireworks at the same time. Isn’t that magnificent?Example number 2 of 8: The closing ceremony for the conference of architects also included an Indian classical dance extravaganza.Example number 3 of 8: Every year the film festival concludes with an extravaganza. It includes stand-up comedy, live performances by well-known singers and dancers and speeches by distinguished (highly respected) filmmakers.Example number 4 of 8: The display of students’ science experiments was an extravaganza for all those who love chemistry.Example number 5 of 8: The annual awards ceremony of a certain insurance company, usually has a musical extravaganza as a part of the celebration.Example number 6 of 8: All employees of Woodcraft event management agency spent sleepless nights. Do you know why? Because they had to organize a promotional extravaganza for their client. In order to coordinate such an event requires immense hard work and coordination between several people and teams.Example number 7 of 8: Have you seen a fashion show either on T.V. or in person? Now, do you know where I am drawing your attention to? Yes! Exactly, isn’t it an extravaganza and a treat for fashion lovers?Example number 8 of 8: A jungle theme restaurant has opened on the outskirts of the city. It has the look and feel of a real forest with animal sounds running in the background. And yes, it is an extravaganza for people who love nature and the wild.Today we learned the word extravaganza which means – A very elaborate and expensive show or performance, excessive and lavish celebration or performance, an elaborate party, festival or artistic fantasy. Can you frame 3 sentences with extravaganza and type in the comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to enhance your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all our episodes from www.bmenglishspeakingradio.in. Stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons. We are on a mission to train 1 crore Indians in English fluency.This was episode number 37 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be sharing 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 ‘o’ clock with a new word!Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastWe, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #36 | stimulate
Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastToday’s word is: stimulate –The meaning of stimulate is to excite, to invigorate or to spark someone's interest. To create interest in someone for something. It could be an incentive or some kind of motivation.In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word stimulate. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.A certain textile company was suffering from losses. The reason was, their employees would leave the company within a few months of joining. The management decided to implement some reforms and gave a salary increment to the existing employees. The company also increased the salary of the new recruits. The increase in pay stimulated the employees and the production increased. This helped the company to recover its losses within a few months of the reforms (changes for better results).Listen carefully on how we can use the word stimulate in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences/Contexts.Example number 1 of 8: Priti had a small home garden. Everyone appreciated her green and healthy plants. In order to stimulate the healthy growth of plants, she would add organic fertilizer once a week to the soil.Example number 2 of 8: The entertainment industry has grown by leaps and bounds. 100 years ago, would you have imagined 3D, 4D or 5D effects? Well, experts have identified that stimulating one’s visual experience can take entertainment altogether to a new level.Example number 3 of 8: Jimmy is a health conscious person and loves to go to gym thrice a week. In order to stimulate muscle growth, he also consumes additional supplements like protein shake and capsules.Example number 4 of 8: The author was working on a novel for over two months without a break. She took a break and went to a hill station to stimulate her mind. This energized her to continue her work with more passion.Example number 5 of 8: The online reading app is a treat for those who love reading. Avid readers can read and stimulate their senses while travelling or during lunch breaks.Example number 6 of 8: The college wanted to stimulate cultural exchange among students, hence, they opened admissions for students from overseas (living in foreign countries).Example number 7 of 8: Chef Rajan is gaining popularity among food lovers. Do you know why? Well, he decorates his food/dishes with colourful vegetables and fruits to stimulate their visual senses.Example number 8 of 8: The professor would ask several questions to his students in order to stimulate their curiosity and interest.Today we learnt the word stimulate which means – to excite, to invigorate or to spark someone's interest. To create interest in someone for something. It could be an incentive or some kind of motivation. Can you frame 3 sentences with stimulate and type in the comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to improve/develop/enhance/build/enrich/upgrade/boost your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all our episodes from www.bmenglishspeakingradio.in. Stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons. We are on a mission to train 1 crore Indians in English fluency.This was episode number 36 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be publishing1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 ‘o’ clock with a new word!Receive free updates of this Daily Vocabulary Podcast on your email. Click here: http://bit.ly/subscribe-for-bm-podcastWe, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #35 | arbitrary
Today’s word is: arbitrary –Would you like to know what it means? It means Something that is determined by judgment, preference, notion or intuition and not for any specific reason or rule. Not fixed by rules, but left to one's judgment or choice.In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word arbitrary. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.Responsible parents do not raise their children in an arbitrary manner. They will adopt a practical and realistic approach which encompasses (considers) raising them with high moral values.Listen carefully on how we can use the word arbitrary in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences/Contexts.Example number 1 of 8: The sales manager was not performing too well, however, he was promoted owing to the director’s arbitrary choice. It was surprising to see the drastic change as he outperformed everyone in his team once he was promoted.Example number 2 of 8: The society committee was formed by arbitrary voting. This means no proper procedure was followed while selecting the committee members. This had created a lot of disappointment for society members.Example number 3 of 8: It was a bright sunny day and the weather forecast too indicated that the people could enjoy a pleasant evening. Somehow, Janet decided to stay in the house arbitrarily because she had an intuition that it might rain. Can you believe what happened? It rained that evening.Example number 4 of 8: Soham was unprepared for his Mathematics test but appeared for it. He gave arbitrary answers and the result was as expected. He got a C grade and the teacher told him to reappear for the test if he wanted to score good marks in the final exam.Example number 5 of 8: Mr. Satish had an arbitrary angry outburst (sudden expression) on his marketing team. It was not because they had made a mistake, but since he was having a bad day and he lost his cool.Example number 6 of 8: Evelyn wanted to have a long and adventurous holiday as she had not taken one in the last three years. Do you know what did she do? She arbitrarily took off in her car and drove across the country.Example number 7 of 8: Mr. Tiwari’s students never completed their homework on time and he would punish them. This time, he took an arbitrary decision and instead of punishing them, he assigned community service to them.Example number 8 of 8: A pharmaceutical company’s board of directors had met up on a video conference call to discuss the quarterly revenues. During the call, the chairman of the company arbitrarily invited them to his daughter’s wedding.Today we learned the word arbitrary which means – Something that is determined by judgment, preference, notion or intuition and not for any specific reason or rule. Not fixed by rules, but left to one's judgment or choice. Can you frame 3 sentences with arbitrary and type in the comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to develop your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all our episodes from www.bmenglishspeakingradio.in. Stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons. We are on a mission to train 1 crore Indians in English fluency.This was episode number 35 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be sharing 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 ‘o’ clock with a new word!We, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #34 | ardent
Today’s word is: ardent – ardent means a deep level of enthusiasm or passion, being passionate or to like something to a great extentIn this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ardent. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.Mr. Das is the owner of a soft skill training institute. He is an ardent user of technology. Can you think of the ways in which he might have applied his passion to his work? Well, he began an online channel and would release 1 tutorial or training session every week. He also began online training for people who couldn’t travel to his institute and created some podcasts for his listeners. Did you notice what happened? As he was deeply passionate, he was able to grow his business and widen his clientele (this means he got more clients). Can you think of anything that you are ardent about? How can you use this to grow in your career or business?Example number 1 of 8: Robert likes cricket very much. He watches all the live telecasts of cricket. If he misses any match, he watches the highlights on a mobile app. What does this mean? It means that Robert is an ardent cricket fan.Example number 2 of 8: Gabe is an intelligent student. His teachers are fond of him. Although he scores good marks in his studies, he loves art and craft ardently.Example number 3 of 8: Aryaana loves to hear Indian classical music. In her laptop and cell phone, her playlists include hundreds of Indian classical tracks. You can say that Aryaana is an ardent fan of Indian classical music.Example number 4 of 8: Shanina was an ardent believer in ethical business practices. She was straightforward and honest in her approach. This helped her in winning the trust of her colleagues. This helped her in carving a niche for herself at her workplace. It means that it helped her in creating a sound reputation or position for herself. Example number 5 of 8: Santosh got bored while watching horror movies with his friend because he was an ardent fan of historical movies.Example number 6 of 8: The city auditorium got a makeover. Do you know why? Most of the city folks are ardent fans of theatre and auditorium management thought the audience wanted to enjoy theatre with state of the art facilities.Example number 7 of 8: Vineet’s success was the talk of the town as he entered politics at an early age of 25. This was possible as his thought process was inclined towards the welfare of the people and he ardently followed political news and updates from a very young age. His mind was conditioned to think like a politician.Example number 8 of 8: Some communities are ardent followers of tradition. They follow all the traditions that were practiced since ancient times.Today we learned the word ardent which means – a deep level of enthusiasm or passion, being passionate or to like something to a great extent. Can you frame 3 sentences with ardent and type in the comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to improve/develop/enhance/build/enrich/upgrade/boost your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all our episodes from www.bmenglishspeakingradio.in. Stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons. We are on a mission to train 1 crore Indians in English fluency.This was episode number 34 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be uploading 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 ‘o’ clock with a new word!We, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #33 | surpass
Today’s word is: surpass – It means: to become better, greater, or stronger than or exceed the existing limitIn this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word surpass. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently.Rachel was a sincere student and invested almost eight hours daily for six months prior to her 12th-grade examination. Just before two months of her board exams, she fell sick. However, she appeared for the examination. When the results were being declared, everyone was expecting that she will score about 70% owing to her health issues. When she saw her score, she had got 85%. Rachel’s parents were so happy that they almost cried. She too was elated (extremely happy) as her result had exceeded everyone’s expectations. We can also say that Rachel’s score had surpassed everyone’s expectations.Listen carefully on how we can use the word surpass in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences.Example number 1 of 8: Shaun and Dean were competitors in a video game match. They would compete every year during the championship and Shaun would win. However, this year Dean played exceptionally well and surpassed Shaun’s score.Example number 2 of 8: The new online shopping website that was launched recently surpassed the sales of the established websites. What does this mean? It means that the recently launched website made more sales than the existing websites and gave them tough competition.Example number 3 of 8: Roshan was the owner of a travel and tourism company and would organize buses for tours. This year there were heavy floods in the city where he lived. Sadly, his business was negatively impacted and the quarterly income did not even surpass the usual monthly income. This means that his business was in a loss.Example number 4 of 8: The sales figures for the latest model of a German car has surpassed the sales figures of previous models.Example number 5 of 8: Fashion X is an export house and they manufacture and export designer wear to many countries. They want to enter the APAC region (Asia Pacific Region) hence they created a new marketing strategy and hired four designers from that region. Now can you imagine what might have happened? Yes, you guessed it right, their sales from APAC region in the first quarter itself surpassed the overall sales from all the other regions.Example number 6 of 8: A popular store in the city had kept several activities during the festive sale. They spent lavishly on promotional activities but were unable to generate sufficient revenue. As a result, their expenses surpassed their income and they experienced losses.Example number 7 of 8: The animal sanctuary was constantly trying to save tigers. This year they were able to save more tigers than the previous year. Do you know what does that mean? Yes, you are right. This year the number of tigers saved has surpassed last year’s figure.Example number 8 of 8: Mitesh appeared for an aptitude test during the initial round of interview and scored the highest. However, his scores were low in GD (group discussion). He still got selected for the position, do you know why? Yes, because his total score surpassed the scores of all the other candidates.Today we learned the word surpass which means – to become better, greater, or stronger than or exceed the existing limit. Can you frame 3 sentences with surpass and type in the comments box? We are waiting.We are sure this lesson has helped to improve your English vocabulary and speak fluent English. You can download the script of this episode and all our episodes from www.bmenglishspeakingradio.in. Stay tuned for new English vocabulary lessons.We are on a mission to train 1 crore Indians in English fluency.This was episode number 33 of 200 BM Vocabulary episodes that we have planned. Kindly note that we will be uploading 1 vocabulary episode daily at 6 am Indian Standard Time.So meet you tomorrow at 6 ‘o’ clock with a new word!We, at BM English Speaking Institute train freshers and middle-level managers, to speak English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Coursevisit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
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