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DESCRIBE A PERSON YOU HAVE SEEN (MET) WHO IS BEAUTIFUL OR HANDSOME

You should say: who is s/hehow you know him/herwhat you know about him/herand explain why do you think s/he is beautiful or handsome.
I have seen countless attractive and good-looking people in my life.Here, I would like to talk about a person whom I find the most beautiful.She is none other than my mother.She is in her early fifties.She is not tall, but looks very pretty.Her hair has started greying, but she does not color or dye her hair.She believes in growing grey hair naturally.She generally wear Punjabi suits, and even occasionally too.She is very down to earth person and is loved by all in our family and neighborhood.The reason I find her beautiful is not just because of her looks, but also because of her beautiful soul she has and kind heart  full of love and care.She is woman with strong will power who always teaches us of how to face thought challenges of the life.She cooks delicious food for the whole family.She always guides us to go ahead at right path and do right things i…

DESCRIBE THE TASTE OF FOOD

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Food is the essential necessity of life. Sharing meals can bring individuals together, and take you back to old traditions. We can also put together new customs with food, and make links by trying new things jointly. Food is also a good way to pioneer public to a new culture.
However, talking about food is not always simple. In English, there are lots of exact words to express foods taste and quality. Here are some common and sometimes-puzzling vocabulary with meaning that we make use of in English to depict food. Fresh –Not old, clean and pure. Off- tastes bad.Raw-uncooked food. Ripe-fully grown and ready to be eatenRotten-bad and unpleasantTough- strong and difficult to deal withTender- easy to chewUnder cooked- cook insufficientlyOver cooked-cook too much or for long timeBitter- unpleasant flavour, opposite of sweetBland-lacking flavour/TastelessCreamy-smooth, soft and thickCrispy/Crunch-thin, dry and easily brokenHot/Spicy- burns mouthMild- gentle, not strong in tasteSalty-too muc…

COOKING INSTRUCTIONS-VOCABULARY

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In this world, there are numerous of people who entirely love cooking but sometimes when we try reading, taking or even giving cooking instructions we do not know the accurate words that should be used or what those words mean. So, by this lesson we will be covering the verbs those are frequently used while reading the cooking instructions of the recipes or the words that can be used when cooking instructions are given. Deep Fry – It is opposite of shallow frying. Here the food is drowned in deep oil and  this technique is also called deep fat frying.Grate – Break food to small crumbs by rubbing it on a grater. E.g. grated cheeseSauté /Stir fry – To quickly fry food in a small amount of fat.Knead – To prepare dough by pressing mixture of flour, water, etc. with hands.Scramble – to blend  the white and yellow parts of eggs together while cooking them in a pan.Mince – Cut food especially meat into very small pieces, typically using a machine. E.g. Minced chicken and minced beef.Bake –It …

POLITE WAYS TO SAY NO

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You do find yourself saying Yes when you really want to say No. I am sure you do.Now we cannot please everyone. These are the times when we have to say No. Saying direct No might sound rude. So what are polite ways, let’s have a look.
According to Merriam-Webster dictionary, the word“No” is sketched as
To express unfriendly choice or possibilityTo express negation, dissent, denial, or refusal

Here are some situationsIf you want to deny a request I would love to help you, but...I wish I could help you, but...Normally I would able to, but...Unfortunately now is not a good timeApologies, but I can’t make it
If you want to deny offer I appreciate offer, but...That would be great but...Thank you for the offer, but...
When you are with your friends and family No, but thank youNo thanks!Not now but another timeI would like to but...Nope, No wayIt’s not my thingI’m not interestedNo wayNopeNot likelyI’m slammedBy no means

DIFFERENT WAYS TO SAY “YES”

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There are lot of options to the word “Yes” have jumped up in the English language, but has same meaning. Today, we are going to look at those some of the options that can be used to express yourself more clearly.
According to Merriam-Webster dictionary, the word“Yes” is sketched as
To give positive answer or reply to a question, request or offer.To state accord with an earlier statement or to say that statement is true.To introduce a statement that corrects or disagrees with an earlier negative statement.

We have several ways to say “Yes” in English for informal as well as formal situations.
INFORMALWhen you are in informal situation, you will often go for informal language. For instance, when you are speaking to your friends or family, you would probably respond with “Yup” instead of being formal “absolutely”.
YesYaYepYupYAAASTotallySureOkKOkayOkie DokieAlrightAlrightySounds goodFor sureSure thingYeah, sureCool
FORMALWhen you are in formal situation, it is important to speak or write using…