Think Tip

Further to our much appreciated series of ‘Indianisms’ concluding in the December 2011 issue, Think Tip’s new series brings you sugg...

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Simple and Direct Language

“What shall we discuss about today?” “Let’s discuss about politics. We need a fault-ridden topic to mirror our bad grammar.” You don’t...

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“Discuss about”

Indianisms are certain grammatical errors in English language that are very common in India. We will be covering some of these in the following issues...

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“Prepone”

Indianisms are certain grammatical errors in English language that are very common in India. We   will be covering some of these in the following is...

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“Years Back”

Indianisms are certain grammatical errors in English language that are very common in India. We will be covering some of these in the following issues...

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Indianisms – ‘Prepone’

“What shall we discuss about today?” “Let’s discuss about politics. We need a fault-ridden topic to mirror our bad grammar.” You don’t...

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‘Discuss about’

Indianisms are certain grammatical errors in English language that are very common in India. We will be covering some of these in the following issues...

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Do one Thing

Indianisms are certain grammatical errors in English language that are very common in India. We will be covering some of these in the following issues...

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Passing Out

A friendly clerk asked me for my name which is apt to start a conversation with, “What is your good name?” As if I hold that sort of information c...

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“Kindly Revert Back”

Everyday and Every day are commonly confused in English. There’s no difference in pronunciation, but using the wrong one when writing is a mista...

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Everyday vs Every Day

Lay vs Lie The English verbs lay and lie are commonly confused by even native English speakers. I’m not lying when I say that you can now lay yo...

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Lay vs Lie

What’s the difference between Ours and Our’s? Ours Ours is the first person plural possessive pronoun – it replaces “our”...

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Ours vs Our’s