English Speaking Structures | English Speaking Course Day 60…
Use of “Good at/in”
Use of “Bad at/in”
- He is good at cricket but bad at football.
- He is good at playing cricket but bad at playing football.
- I am good at studies but not that good at mathematics.
- You are good at business, aren’t you?
- I think they both are bad at singing but good at games.
- I am good at calculations, and that’s why I want to become a CA.
- She is not good at cooking but she is really bad at making tea.
Use of “or so”
- He will come in a day or so.
- He will come after three months or so.
- We are coming within two hours or so.
Use of “or what”
- This is a computer or what?
- You are a fool or what?
- He is good at calculations or what?
Made in + <Country>
Made of + <Thing>
Made up of + <Various things/persons>
Made by + <Company/Person’s name>
- This mobile is made in India.
- This ball is made of leather.
- This mobile is made up of plastic, iron, aluminum, etc.
- A team is made up of players, coaches, and other staff members.
- This fan is made by Havells, and that fan is made by me.
- This painting is made by Ravi.
Made for / Meant for
- They are truly made for each other./ They are truly meant for each other.
- You are made for cricket and I am made for teaching./ You are meant for cricket and I am meant for teaching.
- I guess he is made for painting because he is extremely good at it./ I guess he is meant for painting because he is extremely good at it.
Keep + <Verb ing>
- He will keep fighting with us for no reason, so just ignore him.
- He keeps calling you to return his money but you ignore his calls.
- He kept trying to fix the washing machine himself but to no avail.
- Ravi keeps playing games on his mobile, and that’s why he failed the exam.
Start + <verb + ing> / Begin + <to verb>
- He starts fighting over the trifles./ He begins to fight over the trifles.
- I started going to the gym last Monday./ I began to go to the gym last Monday.
- We will start advertising our products the next Monday./ We will begin to advertise our products from the next Monday.
- My brother has started learning English now. / My brother has begun to learn English now.
- This is the very book I want.
- He went to the very place, Ravi had told us.
- Don’t worry! I am doing the very exercise, you had taught me.
- Sumit is very much at home.
- He is very much there. Please go and get him.
- We are very much here waiting for you, please come early.
Fond of + <verb + ing>
- He is fond of cricket.
- He is fond of playing cricket.
- I am fond of playing, singing, and most importantly reading books.
How to + <verb>
- I don’t know how to drive.
- You should learn how to speak English.
- I know how to do business but I have no money to invest.
- Do you have any idea how to get the books printed?
Seems as if / Seems like / Looks like
- Seems as if you don’t know anything about football.
- Looks like you can handle this work very well.
- It seems as if you are good at mathematics in your class.
- Seems as if I will not be able to pass the exam this year.
- Looks like nobody is ready to help him.
- It seems like you want to say something to me.
- Seems like he has done the homework, or else he would not be playing.
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