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A person whose parents are dead An Orphan

A woman whose husband is dead A Widow

A place where goods are made A Factory

A united business A Company

When the sun and the moon meet or the sun misess the equator Eclipe

A man who draws and paints An Artist

A girl who is not married A Spinster

A man who has no wife A Bachelor

A man who head a school A Headmaster

Break of bone Fracture

When bone loses its position Dislocation

A person who drive a motor A Driver

A person who is in-charge of a group of prisoners A Warder

Children in the school Pupils

People who study in th esecondary school Students

Students in the university Under Graduates

A person who cures disease A Doctor

To die in water Drown

Sick people Patients

A person who fights in a war A Soldier

Group of people who break the law Gangsters

A person who commits crime A Criminal

A woman who heads school A Head Mistress

A person in-charge of a college Principal

Field where soldiers fight Battle field

A person who conducts a group of singers A Choir master

A person who tell what will happen in years to come Prophet

A man who teaches in a college Tutor

A person who knows law A Barrister, Lawyer

Where aeroplane jams in the sky or air Air crash

Ship which runs under the sea Sub Marine

A person who died for the truth A Innocent

To preach to a person and bring him into your faith Convert

The general name for hen, cock and chicken Fowl

A person who commits an offence and is jailed A Convict

A person who is the head of a Government Prime Minister or President

A person who is weak to perform his duty Lazy

A disease caused by tse-tse fly Sleeping sickness

A person who makes foot wear Shoe maker

Dangerous animals which live in the bush Wild animals

One who kills a person Murderer

An act of killing a person Manslaughter

To kill one's self Suicide

A place where stream joins to a river Delta, strait

An instrument which tells you the direction of the wind Cardinalpoint

An instrument which tells you the temperature of the day Thermometer

Something which tells you the time Clock

A person who sells newspaper News Vendor

A person who is in-charge of an office Manager

Group of persons who own business Directors

A person born of an unmarried woman or harlot Bastard

A person who speaks fluently and sweetly Eloquent speaker,Orator

Monthly publication Magazine

A person who foretells the future A Sootsayer

Hostility,enemity Antagonism

To be quiet Calm

Hatred, lack of love Animosity

To find out differences Contrast

One who carries or conveys message Messenger

To make a little change or simple Modify

Something which cannot be washed out Indelible

One who sings as a musician Vocalist

Not very hard or difficult Easy

The head of ministers Premier

When the Earth falls inside or shakes Earthquake

Unexpected danger or strange happening Accident

A person who is frightened always A Coward

A person leaving his own country to settle in another country An Emigrant

One who does not know but pretends that he knows Imprudent

A body of a dead human being Corpse

An instrument for checking the motion (speed) of car and other vehicles Speedometer

A teacher in the University Professor

A person who is very difficult to please Fastidious

An assemble of hearers Audience

One who is very hard to convince Incredulous

A thing which could not be read Illegible

That which cannot be corrected Incorrigible

A life history of a person written by himself Autobiography

Not civilized Timid

A thing which is against the law Illegal

Contrary Against

very easy to approach Accessible

Expression of double meaning Ambigous

A thing which cannot be solved Mystery

Bearing the same name with another Namesake

A person who is unable to pay his debt Insolvent

Something which cannot be seen Invisible

A person who can speak many languages Linguist

One who gives false information Instigator

Huge crowd of people Multitude

A person who knows about journalism Journalist

A very rich trader Merchant

A place where the aeroplane falls on the ground Aerodrome

A female who governs Governess

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  Common Errors in English Language 1
  22 Important Letter Writing Tips 2
  What are the parts of speech 3
  Other words for group transition words or Phrases 4
 How to have fierce conversations and mormon discussions 5
 About Greetings 6
 General Don't 7
 Good Table Manners - Don't About Meals 8
 Exam Passing and Tips for Interviews 9
 How to Study Effectively 10
 How to speak good English 11
 The Best Time To Study 12
 Why Some Peopl Fail An Exam 13
 How To Write Composition 14
 Scouting and Guiding for Boys and Girls 15
 What is letter writing? 16
 Ho to write important Letters 17
 How to write Applications 18
 How to write Agreements 19
 Examples on friendly letter writing 20
 The notice letters 21
 Examples on how to write Agreements 22
 About business letters for Traders 23
 Example on how to write Applications 24
 How to write Love Letters 25
 Salutations and Conclusions in letter writing 26

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