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200 BM Daily Vocabulary #48 | brisk
Today’s word is: brisk –The meaning of brisk is: quick, rapid, active and energetic In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word brisk. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. After independence, India has made a brisk (meaning rapid) progress as a nation. We are making continuous progress on various parameters like wealth, education, health, transportation, etc. This brisk progress has earned us the reputation of one of the fastest developing nations. We are really proud, aren’t we? Listen carefully on how we can use the word brisk in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences. Example number 1 of 8: The lifestyle and food habits of people are changing and this has exposed them to weight gain, diabetes, and other such lifestyle diseases. Many health experts recommend that they should go for a brisk walk twice a day. This will keep them fit and healthy. Example number 2 of 8: The chairman, Mr. Hayward arrived an hour late at the venue. He was in India on a short trip to inaugurate the new research and development center.  He briskly shook hands with the company delegates, since he had to rush for the inauguration ceremony. Example number 3 of 8:  It was Jessica’s first day in office. Her boss assigned several tasks. But, she completed all the tasks at a brisk speed. This helped her create a good impression. Example number 4 of 8: The brisk trade between the two cities is owing to the construction of the new highway. The highway has resulted in the quick movement of goods from the seller to the consumers. Example number 5 of 8: Tushar was facing a problem with the electricity supply at his residence. He made several calls to the office of the Electricity company. But, there was no result. Finally, he personally visited the office to lodge a formal complaint. This resulted in a brisk action and the problem was resolved. Example number 6 of 8: Mr. Narayan was engaged in a conversation with a client. His secretary politely interrupted them and asked whether they were ready for dinner. Mr.  Narayan confirmed with a brisk nod of the head. The secretary then proceeded to make arrangements. Example number 7 of 8: The brisk rise in the number of cars in the world is only causing more and more pollution. So, what should be done? Well, we can switch over to a cleaner energy option like electric vehicles. That would make a difference, wouldn’t it? Example number 8 of 8: India has a population of 125 Crores. Today, the internet and digital media have reached nearly 50 crore Indians. Most of us are also hooked on to the internet, aren’t we? This brisk spread of the internet has made digital media an attractive option for all forms of advertising. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
06:14
December 9, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #47 | spectacular
Today’s word is: spectacular –The meaning of spectacular is: beautiful, amazing, eye-catching, glorious, grand and extravagant. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word spectacular. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Haven’t you noticed the spectacular (means amazing) performance of Indian athletes of late? Well, it is because the awareness among the people has increased and the coaching facilities have improved. The results are seen by all of us, isn’t it? Listen carefully on how we can use the word spectacular in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences. Example number 1 of 8:  We all face challenges and hurdles in our daily life and it can be quite stressful. But, have you ever been to a beach at dawn? (means very early in the morning). Well, the spectacular view of the rising sun will refresh your mind and energize you. Example number 2 of 8:  As a batsman, Sachin Tendulkar is a delight to watch. He plays a spectacular range of shots. Example number 3 of 8: Mr. Nair was worried about the falling sales of his car dealership business. So he announced an attractive gift voucher for every purchase. And guess what? The sales figures made a spectacular recovery. Example number 4 of 8: The spectacular view of the Taj Mahal on a full moon night is worth viewing.  No wonder it is one of the Seven Wonders of the World... Example number 5 of 8: The spectacular artwork made by Julia was appreciated by one and all. Especially, since everyone knew that she suffered from learning disability. Example number 6 of 8: Last month, the German car maker launched a new sports car. Oh Boy! The features of the car are spectacular.  No wonder, there is a waiting period of Three months for this car. Example number 7 of 8: The last Olympics began with a spectacular array of fireworks. The whole sky was lit up brightly and viewers were mesmerized. Example number 8 of 8: The increasing tension amongst several countries slowed down global economy for a brief period. But, the global leaders came together and ensured a spectacular boom (sharp increase) in the global economy. Naturally, the stock markets responded to this positively. Today we learned the word spectacular which means – beautiful, amazing, eye-catching, and glorious, grand and extravagant. Can you frame 3 sentences with spectacular and type in the comments box? We are waiting. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
06:07
December 8, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #46 |flourish
Today’s word is: flourish –The meaning of flourish is: to prosper, to fare well or grow well. It also means bold and sweeping gestures. With BM English Speaking Radio Channel - Learn one new word every day and impress the world. Example number 1 of 8: We all know about globalization, right? Globalization allows all countries to trade with each other as per mutually agreed terms. In the case of India, the globalization has helped its software companies to flourish and become hugely successful. Example number 2 of 8: The farmer toils (means words hard) in his field all around the year. Finally, it is a moment of great joy and satisfaction for him to see his crop flourish. Example number 3 of 8: Mr. Kapoor worked really hard to win the contract with Indian Railways. Finally, he won the contract and was invited to sign the agreement papers. He smiled at his team and signed the documents with a flourish. (means with vibrant gestures) Example number 4 of 8: A leading industrialist remarked that a good idea can give birth to an excellent start-up. However, vision, commitment, and funding are essential for it to flourish. Example number 5 of 8: Daniel was shy and afraid of public speaking. So his mother enrolled him for a public speaking course. Subsequently, Daniel participated in a school competition and guess what?  He won the first prize. Oh boy! He was feeling proud and he displayed his medal with a flourish. Example number 6 of 8: Emperor Ashoka’s kingdom flourished under his leadership. He was generous and benevolent (means kind). He treated all religions with equal respect. Example number 7 of 8: All over the world, organic farming is catching up. Do you know what it is all about? Well, organic farming avoids the use of chemical fertilizers. Instead, it uses organic manure. This allows the crops and plants to flourish naturally and the produce is free of any chemicals. It also retains the fertility of the soil. Example number 8 of 8: Chang was struggling to clear the job interviews. Finally, he took the guidance of a mentor to prepare for his interviews. Soon, he cleared an interview with flying colors (means with a good score) and was given the appointment letter on the same day. He rushed home and flashed the appointment letter with a flourish in front of his parents. They were extremely happy. He made them proud, didn’t he? 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
06:46
December 7, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #45 | envision
Today’s word is: envision – It means: To imagine something or create a picture in the mind In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word envision. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Pradeep was a hard-working employee. He would put in extra number of hours in his office whenever required. Sometimes, he even worked on weekends. He wanted to go on a long vacation for a long time. He had always imagined that he will to a hill station among the clouds. This means that he had envisioned a holiday at a hill station. Finally, his leave was approved and he enjoyed exactly the way he had envisioned. Listen carefully on how we can use the word envision in 8 different sentences in 8 different situations. Example number 1 of 8: Everyone had gathered at the fifth anniversary of the federation of the chemical companies. The President’s speech brought tears in everyone’s eyes. He recollected that he started his business with only a hundred rupees. At that time, he had just envisioned a federation and his dream came true after 15 years of hard work. Example number 2 of 8: The residents of the new building had envisioned a luxurious and comfortable life in their new home. However, owing to the poor quality of raw materials, they faced lots of difficulties. There were constant leakages in the pipes and walls. Example number 3 of 8: Leo had envisioned a lavish and affluent life. He thought that he will win a lottery and become a millionaire. But you know what? Well, he never purchased a lottery ticket in the first place. So, fortune only favors those who put in an effort. Example number 4 of 8: Mr. Thakur was the owner of a management consulting firm. He had envisioned that his son will take over after he retires. However, his son was interested in acting and became an actor instead. Example number 5 of 8: A group of four friends set up a yoga institute. They had not done any research before starting this business. Hence, it failed and they had to shut down the institute within a few months of starting. The business did not succeed the way they had envisioned. Example number 6 of 8: The sales team had envisioned that they will surpass the revenue that they had generated in the previous year by 25%. They didn’t have the slightest idea that they will surpass it by 40 % Example number 7 of 8: Rosesh was a good dancer as a child and everyone had envisioned that he will select dancing as a career. However, no one anticipated that he will become a doctor. Example number 8 of 8: Jack received an e-mail from his boss that he had to travel to Paris for a month. He was thrilled (excited) to travel as he had always envisioned a trip to Paris once in his life. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
06:19
December 4, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #44 | distress
Today’s word is: distress –The meaning of “distress” is: pain or suffering experienced by body or mind, a state of danger or desperate need, the state of being in extreme danger and needing urgent help, a state of extreme sorrow, suffering, or pain. In this English vocabulary lesson you will learn how to use the word distress. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Rita and Janet would always score a distinction in all the exams. However, Rita would always score higher than Janet. In the 10th standard exams, Janet scored higher than Rita and she felt really sad that she came second in her school. This means that Rita was really distressed. Listen carefully how we can use the word distress in 8 different forms in 8 different situations. Example number 1 of 8: Clifton was an excellent football player and he represented his college in the state level tournament. Just before the tournament, he met with an accident and was unable to play. This caused him severe emotional distress. Example number 2 of 8: Molly was appearing distressed since the past few months. When her boss enquired with her, she said that her husband had lost his job. He was jobless for three months. This was the cause of her distress. Example number 3 of 8: A bank robbery was taking place. The staff and customers were taken hostages and were made to sit in the bank manager’s cabin. While the robbers were not paying attention, the bank manager pressed the distress button that was hidden under his table. This alerted the police and they came to arrest the robbers. Example number 4 of 8: Jim’s distress was rising as the second quarter was approaching its end. Do you know why? Well, he was the head of the sales department and his team had not performed well in the first quarter. If their performance did not improve soon, his appraisal might get impacted. Example number 5 of 8: The whole school had been decorated beautifully. After all, it was their annual day. Everyone was excited but the principal, Mrs. Desai, was distressed. The function was about to begin and the chief guest had not yet arrived. This had made her anxious. Example number 6 of 8: Joy healthy foods was quite popular as their food was of excellent quality. One day, someone complained about a problem in the quality of food and they had to close down their business. This put the company through a lot of distress. Example number 7 of 8: All the actors where highly distressed as the theatre had been closed permanently and they had lost their jobs. Example number 8 of 8: The fast pace of modern life leads to distress amongst a large number of people. Psychiatrists and counselors are trained to guide such people so that they can live a normal life. visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
06:47
December 4, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #43 | eminent
Today’s word is: eminent – It means: someone or something that rises above the ordinary or is famous, highly respected or outstanding In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word eminent. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. The principal of the international school had invited an eminent Tennis player as a chief guest for the sports day. She was a national award winner. She shared her experiences and challenges with the students. They were highly inspired by her story. Listen carefully on how we can use the word eminent in 8 different sentences in 8 different situations. Example number 1 of 8: It was a grand event in the capital of the country. The guest list included eminent personalities like governors, ambassadors, and business leaders. Example number 2 of 8: The latest online best seller is a mystery novel. It has sold over half a million copies within three months of its publishing. Do you know the background of the author? It is written by an eminent filmmaker. Example number 3 of 8: An eminent scientist discovered a wonder drug that could cure a rare disease. He was awarded a Nobel prize for his discovery. Example number 4 of 8: The students never miss the lectures of Mrs. Hebali. She is an eminent professor at the MBA College. Example number 5 of 8: Recently a popular film star got married. The family had booked an entire hotel for all the celebrations. It was an extravagant affair. Many eminent personalities from the film fraternity (industry) were invited for it. Example number 6 of 8: An affluent businessman shifted to a new city. He wanted to admit his children in one of the eminent educational institutions. It took longer than he had anticipated, but he managed to get them admitted in one of the most eminent colleges. Example number 7 of 8: Jonathan had always envisioned (kept a goal) that he will work with an eminent organization. In order to convert his dream into reality, he must avoid procrastination and work with dedication. Example number 8 of 8: A group of eminent businessmen came to a consensus that certain reforms were required for the benefit of the industry. Hence, they formed a federation. Soon it earned predominance among the existing ones. Today we learned the word eminent which means – someone or something that rises above or is famous, highly respected or outstanding. Can you frame 3 sentences with eminent and type in our comments box? We are waiting. We are sure this lesson has helped to enrich 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 43 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-podcast 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
05:45
December 3, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #42 | anticipate
Today’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. visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
07:00
December 2, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #41 | elated
Today’s word is: elated –It means: to fill with joy or pride, to be extremely happy or excited In 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. visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
06:34
December 1, 2021
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-podcast Today’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 direction In 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.
06:57
November 30, 2021
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 remarkable In 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. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
06:52
November 29, 2021
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. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
06:40
November 28, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #37 | extravaganza
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-podcast Today’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. 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 Course
06:60
November 27, 2021
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-podcast Today’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.
06:12
November 26, 2021
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. 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, 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
06:32
November 24, 2021
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 extent In 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. 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. 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. English Fluently and Confidently. To know more about BM Advanced English Speaking Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
06:25
November 23, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #33 | surpass
Today’s word is: surpass – It means: to become better, greater, or stronger than or exceed the existing limit In 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. 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, 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
07:54
November 22, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #32 | perceive
Today’s word is: perceive – perceive means to see, hear or feel something or to have an understanding of something as per your own experience or knowledge In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word perceive. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Example number 1 of 8: While traveling on a family road trip, the kids were constantly taking names of various animals and birds like, snow bear, camel, peacock and so on. Mrs. Jonas (the mother) was astounded (surprised) because they were on a highway and there were no forests or snow around. So what exactly were they watching? The kids were watching the clouds and perceiving the shape of the animal or bird that they could visualize in the sky. So what may seem like a cloud to us, children may perceived it as an animal or a bird. Example number 2 of 8: Comfort shoes was a dying business. Everyone in the industry perceived it as a loss-making business with no future at all. However, Mr. Rajat Chopra, owner of a competing firm perceived it differently. He perceived it as a firm that lacked leadership and direction. He took over the company, changed the designers, vendors and marketing strategy. It took just one year for them to recover all their losses and now they are a profit making company. Example number 3 of 8: The class was informed that the trainer will be delayed by 15 minutes owing to traffic issues just before the class started. This situation seemed as a waste of time to some of the students. However, Betty perceived it as an opportunity and she took the initiative to revise the previous day’s lessons with the class. When the trainer arrived, the class was ready for the session. Example number 4 of 8: Samantha was not invited for Caitlyn’s birthday and she perceived that she was being ignored and got upset. When Caitlyn realized this, she immediately clarified it with her. This eliminated the misunderstanding between them. Example number 5 of 8: Pratima and Shraddha were arguing over a small issue in the office. Pratima was quick to perceive that such arguments were futile (meaningless). Hence, she stopped arguing immediately. Example number 6 of 8: Rocky had a physical disability, yet he had taken up an office job from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. everyone at his office had immense respect for him. Do you know why? Because he perceived himself as completely normal like anyone else and would seek help only if it was urgent. This attitude helped him gain everyone’s respect in his workplace. This also teaches us a vital lesson. Many times people perceive us the way we perceive ourselves. Example number 7 of 8: Have you ever witnessed a crime scene or seen a picture of one? Can you connect the dots here? I’m sure you can. At a crime scene, where normally, people perceive things as they see, a detective will perceive those as evidence. Example number 8 of 8: Many celebrities do a lot of charity work but some people may perceive it as a publicity stunt. Today we learned the word perceive which means – to see, hear or feel something or to have an understanding of something as per your own experience or knowledge. Can you frame 3 sentences with Perceive and type in the comments box? We are waiting.
08:34
November 21, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #31 | bestow
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #31 | bestow Today’s word is: bestow –The meaning of bestow is: To invest your trust in someone or to honor someone. It also means to give time or effort to someone or something. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word Bestow. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Vivek had just completed his college and was looking for a job. After four months of unsuccessful job hunting (means searching for a job) he decided to launch his startup. His initial investment was really low. In order to operate his company, he had bestowed his trust in his friends, Mukesh and Tapan. They helped him with the administration and marketing work. Eventually, they began making profits and their venture was successful. Thus, the trust that Vivek had invested (bestowed) in his friends helped him in establishing a successful startup. Listen carefully on how we can use the word Bestow in 8 different situations in 8 different sentences. Example number 1 of 8: The Prime Minister of a country had visited a neighboring country to discuss a peace treaty. The host countries’ Prime Minister bestowed the visiting Prime Minister with their trust and hospitality. Example number 2 of 8: An Army officer, in one day, saved the lives of 100 people. The government bestowed him with an award for his act of bravery Example number 3 of 8: Matt would spend most of his time chatting over the phone rather than paying attention to his office work. At this, his boss told him that he should bestow more time to work which will positively impact his career. Example number 4 of 8: A family was visiting Mumbai for the first time and they had booked a popular tourist ride for a day. They had bestowed their trust in the tourist guide who accompanied them throughout and furnished them with the history of the city. Example number 5 of 8: The team that was expected to lose, won on the last ball during the cricket finals. Now you will ask me how that is possible and I will say that the batsman hit a six on the last ball and made his team win by four runs. All the cricket fans of the winning team were relieved as the trust that they had bestowed in their favorite team had paid off. Example number 6 of 8: The new government worked hard for the infrastructure development and this helped in the economic growth of the country. Most of the people were happy as they felt that the taxes have been bestowed for the progress of the country. Example number 7 of 8: The latest cookbook has bestowed the internet and technology to be able to spread culinary ideas and creativity pertaining (related to) to food across the globe. Example number 8 of 8: Tushar wanted to learn how to play the guitar but was unable to spare time for learning it due to his college projects. Once he completed his college and took up a job, he bestowed an hour every week to learn guitar. And guess what, he plays it really well.
06:55
November 20, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #30 | adhere
Today’s word is: Adhere –The meaning of Adhere is: to stick to something, either literally or figuratively, to stay firm in supporting or approving or to follow an instruction or rule strictly. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word Adhere. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. To adhere means to follow something completely. It could be following some rules or guidelines or instructions or even a discipline. We can understand this better with Priya’s example. Priya was an environmental officer and she was in charge of conducting inspections at factories to monitor their waste disposal system. She would always personally visit the factories and ensure that the employees follow all the rules of correct waste disposal. Which means that she would check if the employees working in the factory would adhere to all the rules of the waste disposal system. Listen carefully how we can use the word Adhere in 8 different forms in 8 different situations. Example number 1 of 8: Joe was the owner of a transport company and his trucks would be used for transporting vegetables. While interviewing any candidate for the truck driver’s position, he would ensure to give instructions on maintaining speed limits on the highway. Joe wanted his drivers to adhere to traffic rules. Example number 2 of 8: Sarita was the owner of a small accounting firm and was quite dedicated disciplined. She wanted all her team members to adhere to all the office rules and hence she handed them a rule book with all the do’s and don’ts’ during their orientation. Example number 3 of 8: While performing a group dance all dancers require to adhere to the choreography so that their steps look in sync and are well-coordinated. Example number 4 of 8: Jared was pursuing a course for learning interior designing. During one of the sessions, he was told that in order to let the paint adhere to the wall, the wall must be completely dry. This means that if he wanted the paint to stick to the wall, he should ensure that the wall is completely dry before applying the paint. Example number 5 of 8: Smitha ordered a speaker system online and had to assemble it on her own. While connecting it with a television set, she had to adhere to all the instructions mentioned in the instruction manual that came with it. Example number 6 of 8: During a criminal investigation, the investigating officers did not adhere to all the rules created for submitting the evidence. As a result, the investigation took a longer time to complete and the criminal was caught after putting in extra time and efforts. Can you see how important it is to adhere to the rules? Today we learned the word Adhere which means – to stick to something, either literally or figuratively, to stay firm in supporting or approving or to follow an instruction or rule strictly. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
06:06
November 19, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #29 | immense
Today’s word is: Immense –The word immense means: Extremely large, great, huge or vast. It could be with reference to the size of an object or even a feeling or an emotion. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word immense. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. When we want to mention something in large quantities or high levels of emotions we can use the word immense to describe it. Immense stands for great quantities or extremely high volumes. For Example: During the rush hours there is immense traffic on the road. Or the pastures (land covered with grass) were immensely green. This means that there was a lot of grass, trees, and greenery on the open areas of land. We can understand the meaning of immense with the help of this example. Dimple was about to appear for her first job interview. She had not prepared for it hence, was immensely nervous. If she had done her research well and had studied her subject well, she would’ve been immensely confident. Listen carefully on how we can use the word Immense in 8 different forms in 8 different situations. Example number 1 of 8: The school had always its students in the merit list. Hence the teachers laid a lot of stress on academics because of that students were under immense pressure to perform well academically. Example number 2 of 8: The pollution levels have increased immensely that now it has become crucial to take immediate measures to control and minimize it. Example number 3 of 8: The managing director started his speech by saying, “It gives me immense pleasure to share our company’s success with the whole team”. Can you guess what does he mean by that? It means he said that he was extremely or greatly happy to share the success with his employees. Example number 4 of 8: Molly was a poet. When asked, she would say that she gets all her ideas when she sat on the beach. She would feel extremely peaceful when she sat on a beach for hours. What does this mean? Yes, you got it right! Molly would feel immensely peaceful when she sat on the beach for hours. Example number 5 of 8: The Grand Canyon is immensely vast and is a treat to your eyes. Example number 6 of 8: Some research states that Venezuela and Saudi Arabia have the world’s largest reserves of oil. This means that these countries are blessed with immense oil reserves. Example number 7 of 8: Factories consume immense electricity in order to run their machines for production or manufacturing. Example number 8 of 8: One research suggests that during the year-end sale, people spend immense amount of their savings on shopping. This generally leads to customers getting some of the best deals. Today we learned the word Immense which means – Extremely large, great, huge or vast. It could be with reference to the size of an object or even a feeling or an emotion. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
06:03
November 18, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #28 | ecstatic
Today’s word is: Ecstatic –The meaning of Ecstatic is extremely happy, overjoyed In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word Ecstatic. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Ecstatic means being so happy or overjoyed. If you are expecting something good like scoring more than expected in your college exam and it happens or if you get an unexpected surprise gift on your birthday how will you feel? Extremely happy isn’t it? That means you feel ecstatic. Michael was an underperforming sales executive. Then he realized his areas of improvement. He took up English Speaking lessons, how to enhance presentation and communication skills. Soon his performance started improving. During the Annual gathering of his company, he was promoted as a manager and he became extremely happy and overjoyed. So, can we say that Michael was ecstatic when he heard about his promotion? Yes, we can. That means that anyone who is overjoyed can be called ecstatic. Listen carefully on how we can use the word Ecstatic in 8 different forms in 8 different situations. Example number 1 of 8: It is obvious that during the international basketball tournament, all basketball fans get ecstatic when the team that they are supporting, wins. Example number 2 of 8: The makers of a movie were highly ecstatic during the prelaunch event as they had anticipated that the movie will be a super hit. However, it didn’t do very well and they were quite disappointed. Example number 3 of 8: The faculties of a reputed Management institute got ecstatic as they got international state-of-the-art infrastructure. This also developed the reputation of the institute. Example number 4 of 8: Peter was ecstatic as the video that he had created got 1 million likes on a social networking site and he was offered the post of a creative director in a production house. Example number 5 of 8: Jane managed to get admission in a correspondence MBA programme and took her friends to help with her studies. She graduated it with a distinction and was so ecstatic that she threw a party for all of them. months of his weight loss, he was cast as a lead actor for a web series. He was ecstatic at this achievement. Today we learned the word Ecstatic which means – extremely happy, overjoyed. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
06:41
November 17, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #27 | albeit
Today’s word is Albeit – Albeit can sometimes be used instead of although, even though, or even if. It is used to mean ‘but’ or ‘however’ when you are commenting on something. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word Albeit. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. A new Managing director for An Insurance company had to be selected urgently since the position opened unexpectedly. During the meeting for selection of the new managing director, Pam voted for Jerry, albeit she personally didn’t know him well. This means that Pam didn’t know Jerry well, however she voted for him. Candy was three years old and she had learned to sing a song. During the Christmas dinner, she sang the song for all the guests. Her mother cheered her in front of all although she made many mistakes in order to encourage her and build her confidence. Which means her mother cheered for her albeit she made many mistakes. Listen carefully on how we can use the word Albeit in 8 different forms in 8 different sentences. Example number 1 of 8: Anita was a welcome addition to the college, albeit a late one. Example number 2 of 8: The fans of comedy movies are in for a surprise treat, albeit an expensive one. Example number 3 of 8: The scientist wrote an interesting article on the evolution of sea life, albeit contradicting to his previous research. Example number 4 of 8: After attending a weeklong conference the manager was happy to return to his regular life albeit a hectic one. Example number 5 of 8: Maxfort group of companies has set up its first franchise in the Northern part of the country, albeit a smaller one than that was planned in the AGM. Example number 6 of 8: Everyone from the event department was wondering what the sales team was doing at the product launch, albeit they had strategized a major part of it. Example number 7 of 8: The financing firm always invested in major scale healthcare projects. But this time around they invested in a promising Engineering project, albeit a small scale one. Example number 8 of 8: All cricket fans were glad as the team that they were supporting got a foothold over the game, albeit a small one. Today we learned the word albeit. Albeit can sometimes be used instead of although, even though, or even if. It is used to mean ‘but’ or ‘however’ when you are commenting on something. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
05:02
November 16, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #26 | autonomy
Today’s word is: Autonomy –The meaning of Autonomy is the ability to make your own decisions without being controlled by anyone else, the right of an organization, country, or region to be independent and govern itself In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word Autonomy. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. An autonomous university generally means that a university has independent control over its day-to-day workings and can design their own curriculum. This is typically associated with universities or institutions which means that the state does not have control on academic matters of the school / college / university. Listen carefully on how we can use the word Autonomy in 8 different forms in 8 different situations. Example number 1 of 8: The branch handling the Western regions business demanded their autonomy from the Head Office for decisions for miscellaneous expenses. Example number 2 of 8: The District officials ignored all proposals that requested to grant greater autonomy to small scale industries for waste disposal. Example number 3 of 8: The new autonomies for our management colleges will support innovation and hands on experience. Example number 4 of 8: The revised autonomous structure of the State Government seems to encourage tourism extensively. Travel companies are looking forward to more business in the coming season. Example number 5 of 8: It was unforeseen that a small thought of gaining freedom could convert into a freedom movement help an entire country to get its well deserving autonomy. Example number 6 of 8: The director was the lead decision maker for making the action film. However, the producer of the movie ensured that the autonomy was directed towards his decisions.
05:23
November 15, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #25 | niche
Today’s word is: Niche –Would you like to know what it means? It means: to have expertise in a particular field. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word Niche. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Subodh became a lawyer and practiced law for about 10 years. He was not happy with his profession, therefore, he took a break from law and decided to pursue his hobby, painting. To his amazement, his paintings were appreciated by his friends and within six months of beginning painting, he held an exhibition. Subodh finally realized that he had a niche for painting and he decided to focus on it. Here notice that Subodh had expertise in painting and practicing that gave him, both, happiness as well as financial benefit. Listen carefully on how we can use the word Niche in 8 different forms in 8 different situations. Example number 1 of 8: Mr. Patel had a niche in following work ethics. This helped him in earning the respect of all his employees. Example number 2 of 8:  Sugandha was a promising actress. She began participating in theatre play from a young age and wanted to carve a niche for herself in the field of acting. Example number 3 of 8: Instant solutions was an advertising agency. Its aim was to create a niche for their clients’ products and thereby creating a niche for themselves in the advertising world. This means they wanted to become experts in their fields by giving excellent services to their clients. Example number 4 of 8: A friend of mine is in the business of manufacturing socks for children in the age 8 to 12. When we met, I was very curious to know how does he do business in this niche segment. Learn to speak English fluently and confidently from any part of the world from our certified, expert trainers. To know more about our online English speaking courses log on to our website www.bmconsultantsindia.com Example number 5 of 8:  Savio had a niche in archaeological knowledge, hence, he took up a job in the city museum. Example number 6 of 8: The sales of an incense sticks firm were dropping. The board of directors discussed the issue and came to the conclusion that the company had failed to reach a niche in the fragrance industry. Example number 7 of 8: Deepali was the owner of a café that was located near a college. The café was in a niche locality which helped her get customers. But, she also focused on providing excellent services. Example number 8 of 8: The name of a furnishing brand was, “My Home”. Their products were expensive and their clients belonged to an affluent (very rich) class. This shows that they had carved a niche for themselves in providing good quality products. Today we learned the word Niche which means – to have an expertise in a particular field. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
05:13
November 14, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #24 | rapport
Today’s word is: Rapport – Rapport means: a close and harmonious relationship in which the people or groups concerned understand each other’s feelings or ideas and communicate well. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word Rapport We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Natasha had joined as a sales manager with an advertising firm. The company was not doing very well. It was running in a loss. In order to improve the income figures, Natasha developed cordial relations with the employees. She gained their confidence and shared the current state of the company with them. Since all the employees trusted her, they were willing to follow her lead. Within six months the tables turned (the situation changed) and the company started making good profits. Now, can you think what magic Natasha did to drive her company on a progressive path? If you are thinking what I am thinking then you are on the right track. Natasha built an excellent rapport with the employees. This helped her in knowing them better and in taking their help to make changes for the company to progress. Listen carefully on how we can use the word Rapport in 8 different forms in 8 different sentences/Contexts/situations. Example number 1 of 8: Alison was a trainer. She was quite popular with her participants (students). All of her participants would enjoy her classes and would benefit highly from them. Can you guess why? Well, it's because Alison would build a good rapport with all her learners and would teach in a method that was suitable to them. This means that she would build a harmonious relationship with them and this would help her in understanding their expectations. Example number 2 of 8: Naresh would always top the sales figures chart and with every passing year, he was only progressing. Everyone would wonder how is it possible to always excel in sales and increase the figures every year. I’m sure you’ve guessed it by now. Isn’t it? Yes, Naresh would develop an excellent rapport with his clients due to which he would exactly understand their requirements and provide timely services. Example number 3 of 8: Nataliya was highly respected by her staff. Even all new employees who met her once would speak highly of her. Do you know why? Well, during the orientation itself, she would develop a good rapport with them and be able to gauge (understand) their expectations & strengths and would work around them. Today we learned the word Rapport which means – a close and harmonious relationship in which the people or groups concerned understand each other’s feelings or ideas and communicate well. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
07:39
November 13, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #23 | incumbent
Today’s word is: Incumbent –The meaning of “incumbent” is: necessary for (someone) as a duty or responsibility, the holder of an office or post, officially having the named position. To be necessary for someone. 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 incumbent. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Brandon was recently elected as a corporation. He noticed that the people living in the area assigned to him, were facing several challenges. Firstly since the area was away from the main city, there was limited transport. Then owing to some construction work, there were frequent power or electricity outages (means they would experience frequent power cuts). Now he realized that it was necessary for him to provide them a solution. Which means that it was incumbent on him to act to provide them a solution. He immediately worked with the public transport agency and increased the frequency of buses and the number of cabs in that area. He arranged for generators to help during power cuts and reduced the number of hours for construction work so that the local people would not experience any electricity related problem. Thus, the people in that area unanimously thought highly of him and would say, the incumbent corporation is a responsible and efficient person. Listen carefully on how we can use the word incumbent in 8 different forms in 8 different sentences/Contexts/situations. Example number 1 of 8: The incumbent manager faces problems which began the year before he took up his position. Example number 2 of 8: It is incumbent upon all of us to create the right environment for our children. This means that it is our responsibility or it is necessary that we create a good and healthy environment for our children for a proper upbringing. Example number 3 of 8: The candidate for the director’s position intends to challenge the incumbent as he (the candidate) feels the former lacks professionalism. Here the candidate who wants to apply for the director’s position wants to challenge the existing director as he feels that the existing director lacks professionalism. Example number 4 of 8: After 32 years of contribution to the society, the incumbent trustee of a social service organization is finally retiring from his position. Example number 5 of 8: The incumbent secretary of our co-operative society managed to retain his seat in the current society election. Example number 6 of 8: Our incumbent stationery supplier is going out of business, therefore, we need to find a new company to provide our inventory (products or stock). Today we learned the word incumbent which means – necessary for (someone) as a duty or responsibility, the holder of an office or post, officially having the named position. To be necessary for someone. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
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November 12, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #22 | complicit
Today’s word is Complicit – Complicit Means: involved with others in an activity that is unlawful or morally wrong. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word Complicit. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. When someone knows about an activity that is unlawful or morally wrong, that person is said to be complicit. Someone might have committed the crime or might not have committed the crime but has knowledge about it and yet not disclosing it to anyone. Rajan was popular for his honesty because he refrained (stayed away) from becoming complicit. This means that people trusted Rajan because he was never involved in any activity that was unlawful or considered morally wrong. Listen carefully on how we can use the word Complicit in 8 different forms in 8 different sentences. Example number 1 of 8: The watchman was accused of being complicit in the robbery. This means that the watchman was accused of being involved in the robbery or that he had some knowledge about it. Example number 2 of 8: Suresh had some knowledge about fraud in the accounts department and made a choice of alerting the relevant team about it. Now, how can we use the word complicit in this sentence?  Suresh chose not to be complicit and raised an alarm about the fraud in the accounts department. Example number 3 of 8: People who choose to have knowledge of corruption and don’t take any action against it, become a part of it. How does complicit fit in here? People, who have knowledge of corruption and don’t act, are complicit. Example number 4 of 8: Paresh was aware that his colleague Ratan was storing official passwords in his personal phone. But Paresh chose not to inform anyone. One day it came out that Ratan had misused the same. Paresh’s complicit attitude was harmful to the company. Example number 5 of 8: In order to complete the project, Ben adopted some complicit means, but that didn’t work in his favor. Here Ben got involved in some unlawful activity to complete the project and that did not help him in any way. Example number 6 of 8: During the AGM (annual general meeting) the director disclosed that their company succeeded by adopting fair means and not by any complicit means. Example number 7 of 8: Geeta had a habit of sharing personal information on social media. One day someone took advantage of it and she learned that the use of social media has become so easy that it may be used in a complicit way. Example number 8 of 8: Hey! Try this. Airports have a stringent security system for tracking any kind of complicit activity. This means that airports have a strict and excellent security system to track any kind of unlawful activities. Today we learned the word Complicit which means – involved with others in an activity that is unlawful or morally wrong... 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
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November 10, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #21 | integrity
Today’s word is: Integrity –The meaning of “integrity” is: the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ‘integrity’. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. James and Alex are brothers. One day they were playing cricket and they broke a vase by mistake. James kept quiet about it on the other hand Alex proactively (on his own) told his mother about this incident and apologized for the same. Here Alex is the one with integrity and demonstrated it as well. Integrity is the value of being honest in all circumstances. An ethical person is the one who has integrity. A person with integrity is a trustworthy person, someone who can be trusted. Having integrity means being true to yourself and doing nothing that dishonors you or others. Integrity is required and appreciated everywhere. Listen carefully on how we can use the word “integrity” in 8 different forms in 8 different situations. Example number 1 of 8: Maria is so honest in the work that everybody trusts her blindly. Nobody questions her integrity. Here you can see that the quality of being honest is called integrity. Example number 2 of 8: Professor Mishra is honest and has strong moral principles. Now let’s use today’s word in this sentence. Right! You can say professor Mishra is a man of integrity.” Example number 3 of 8: Roy had observed some unethical (unacceptable) practices in his firm and highlighted (to tell or share the information with someone) this matter to his seniors. As soon as the concerned people were alerted, the culprits were caught and the firm was saved from heavy losses. Thus, Roy’s integrity saved his firm a major loss and his virtue (good quality) was appreciated. Example number 4 of 8: According to a philosopher, Integrity is doing the right thing even when nobody is watching. Here it means that in the absence of supervision or checking, doing the correct or right thing is integrity. Example number 5 of 8: Anand was handling cash transactions at a supermarket and was stationed (placed) at the billing counter. While paying for her bill, Mrs. Briganza gave an extra amount and started walking off. Anand immediately realized this, went to her and returned the extra money. This means that Anand demonstrated integrity while returning the clients’ money. Today we learned the word “integrity” which means – the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
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November 9, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #20 | pragmatic
Today’s word is: Pragmatic –Would you like to know what it means? It means: dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way that is based on practical rather than theoretical considerations In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ‘pragmatic’. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. To be pragmatic simply means being sensible and realistic. It’s about how you deal with difficult situations. Everyone needs to be practical about things. A pragmatic person understands the situation and acts accordingly. When you are a pragmatic person and you make a mistake, you do not try to run away. You accept your mistake and try to rectify it. Pragmatic people do not complain about their luck. They do not blame others for their problems. They take 100 % responsibility for their actions. They take action according to the situation instead of blaming or worrying. Listen carefully on how we can use the word “pragmatic” in 8 different forms in 8 different situations. Example number 1 of 8: Henry was going for a meeting in his car. But, on the way, his car got punctured. Instead of blaming his luck, he parked his car nearby parking and took a cab to his office. Here you can see that Henry was pragmatic as he dealt with things sensibly and realistically. Example number 2 of 8: Sarah wants to become a chartered accountant. She appeared for the exam this year but she failed. She did not get disheartened which means she did not get upset or depressed over this. She started preparing for next year’s exam. Now you know that a person who acts practically is called pragmatic. Therefore Sarah is pragmatic. Example number 3 of 8: Rishit had forgotten to carry his exam hall ticket and realized this midway while reaching to his examination center. He did not panic but acted pragmatically. He placed a call to his uncle and requested him to bring the ticket to his examination center. Example number 4 of 8: Jenny promised her friends to come for a movie on Saturday. But before the movie, her boss called her to come to the office for some urgent work. Jenny thought and decided to go to the office and after completing her task she met her friends at a café. Can you use today’s word here? Right! Jenny took a pragmatic decision. Today we learned the word “pragmatic” which means – dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way that is based on practical rather than theoretical considerations. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
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November 8, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #19 | irony
Today’s word is Irony – Irony means: to express the negative aspect of something positive. Sometimes it is used in a humorous way also. 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 irony. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. In order to save time and get better discounts on monthly groceries, Mrs. Ahuja started online shopping. Soon along with groceries, she started shopping for clothes, cosmetics, furniture, kids apparel, and many other products. After six months of consistent online shopping, Mr. Ahuja, her husband who actually paid the bills, realized that instead of saving money on groceries shopping they spent a lot more on buying other products. Here the irony is that an app that was installed to save money was being used to spend a lot more. Listen carefully on how we can use the word “irony” in 8 different forms in 8 different Contexts. Example number 1 of 8: Many writers use irony to make their readers laugh. This means writers use a language which signifies the opposite to bring out the humor in their stories. Example number 2 of 8: I told my friend that he looks like Virat Kohli and he really believed it! He couldn’t even detect the irony in my tone. Example number 3 of 8: Sometimes I have to explain my joke just because people do not understand the irony. Oh God! I think I should joke with people who understand this type of humor. Example number 4 of 8: The name of Britain’s biggest dog was “tiny”. Now here you can see two opposite things! This is an excellent example of irony. Example number 5 of 8: The Irony of using social media: it brings people from different parts of the world closer but drifts them away from those staying close to them. Example number 6 of 8: Let me give you one more example of irony – I had read somewhere that John’s heart is soft as a stone. Now you know a stone can never be soft so it’s an irony. Example number 7 of 8: When I told my father that I scored very fewer marks in the exam, he said “Oh great son. Proud of you.” I could easily notice the irony or sarcasm in his tone. Example number 8 of 8: Latest research suggests that freshers or newly joined employees progress faster in their careers as compared to those who have been working for many years. This is the irony that the corporate world is experiencing. Today we learned the word “irony” which means – to express the negative aspect of something positive. Sometimes it is used in a humorous way also. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
05:46
November 7, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #18 | ethic
Today’s word is: Ethic – Do you know what it means? It means a set of moral principles, which may relate to a particular field. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the work ethic. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Ethic means rules or morals. It is an ability of understanding and following what is good or bad and behaving accordingly. The ability of understanding that stealing is a bad thing and helping others is a good thing. Being ethical in society means accepting the rules of society. Being ethical in the profession means following work ethic. An ethical person is the one who behaves according to the rules accepted by everyone. Avoiding bad and accepting good practices can be called ethical behavior. For example, Jack is a businessman, he owns a small business of clothing. He always pays his bills on time. He always provides a good quality product. He is known for his honesty. People trust Jack. Here, Jack is an ethical person who has excellent business ethics. Listen carefully on how we can use the word “ethic” in 8 different forms in 8 different contexts. Example number 1 of 8: Some people are intrigued by Buddhist ethics and find them very easy to follow. This means that they can easily follow the principles of Buddha. Example number 2 of 8: The doctor was unethical and he prescribed expensive treatments even when they were not necessary. Example number 3 of 8: Tony is well known in his office because of his strong work ethic. This means that Tony is well known in his office as a person who works in an expected way and is dedicated. Example number 4 of 8: The law and compliance department was always vigilant or aware to follow all the laws as corporate ethics had to be followed. Example number 5 of 8:  Susan feels that in order to succeed, she may have to compromise her ethics. But in reality, if she wants to progress in her career, she must display excellent work ethics. Example number 6 of 8: According to Aristotle, how people live in a society is also ethics. This means that people who live in a society with a set of moral principles means that they follow ethics. Example number 7 of 8: Hacking computers is a bad practice and illegal when it is done with a wrong intention. But there are ethical hackers who help companies secure their data. Example number 8 of 8: Chan is a manager who never does anything that goes against his ethics. He values his moral principles a lot. Hence his employees respect him and aspire to be like him (they want to be like him). Today we learned the word “Ethic” which means – a set of moral principles, which may relate to a particular field. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
05:39
November 4, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #17 - ambiguous
Today’s word is: ambiguous. Would you like to know what it means? It means: not clear or decided. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ‘ambiguous’. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Anything that is not clear or specific is ambiguous. Something that is confusing and doesn’t gives any clear information. When a group of professionals was asked to write down their goals They wrote things like they want to have a better designation or I want to have a big house. Now the terms better designation or a big house are unclear. We do not understand what exact designation that person expects or what type of house does he or she want. Their answers were unclear and hence, ambiguous. Listen carefully on how we can use the word “ambiguous” in 8 different forms in 8 different situations. Example number 1 of 8: David was told to be more clear and specific with his words instead of being ambiguous. This feedback helped him in enhancing his communication skills. Example number 2 of 8: Harry Potter novels seem ambiguous if not read from the first novel. Now, if we don’t read the story from the beginning then it will be difficult to understand it. Hence it will appear ambiguous. Example number 3 of 8: His questions were not clear at all and hence I was unable to answer his ambiguous questions. Example number 4 of 8: Some movies have an ambiguous end. For example in the movie ‘The Inception’; the end of the movie was not clear to many. Example number 5 of 8: We lost our way because of his ineffective communication skills. The instructions that he gave were ambiguous. Example number 6 of 8: Justin failed in his aptitude exam because he felt that the questions were not clear and specific. He told his parents that the questions were ambiguous. Example number 7 of 8: During the quarterly meeting, the Marketing manager had set an ambiguous target. This confused the entire team. Example number 8 of 8:  Santosh bought a smart T.V. yesterday. But he could not set it up because he presumed that the user manual had ambiguous instructions. Today we learned the word “ambiguous” which means – not clear or decided. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
04:46
November 3, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #16 | empathy
Today’s word is: empathy –The meaning of “empathy” is the ability to understand and share feelings of others 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 ‘empathy. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Rajesh was the manager and Sanju was reporting to him. They worked together for five years. The management, for business reasons, decided to relieve Sanju of his duties as he was not performing well. This means that the management decided to let go of Sanju or to tell him to leave the company or organization. It was Rajesh who had to break this news to him. Though he understood what Sanju went through, he was professional and disclosed the news to him. Rajesh had empathy for Sanju and understood his emotions however he did what was expected from him. Listen carefully on how we can use the word “empathy” in 8 different forms in 8 different sentences. Example number 1 of 8:  Edward is retired from his job and plays with children from his neighborhood every evening. He understands their feeling and joy. Now this means Edward has empathy for children. Example number 2 of 8: Nobody likes to talk to Ted. He doesn't understand the feelings of others. He lacks empathy for others. Here, Ted doesn’t understand the difficulties that others go through. Hence, people don’t like to interact with him. Example number 3 of 8: When Lisa's mother was not well, her boss immediately approved her leave for five days. Her boss understands others feelings. He has empathy for his employees. Example number 4 of 8:  People working in the human resources of an organization are expected to have empathy for the employees working in the same organization. Example number 5 of 8: Doctors have empathy towards their patients. This means that doctors understand the pain or difficulties that their patients are going through. Example number 6 of 8: Donna is a marriage counselor. She is able to help those couples who have problems in their married life as she is empathetic towards them. Example number 7 of 8: Nataliya visits orphanage every week. She has a lot of empathy for orphans. Example number 8 of 8: Suresh had not met the deadline of his presentation. In spite of that, his manager did not pull him up as he knows that Suresh was going through challenges on the personal front. Today we learned the word “empathy” which means – the ability to understand and share feelings of others. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
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November 2, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #15 | apathetic
Today’s word is: Apathetic –The meaning of this word is: having little or no interest or concern In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ‘apathetic’. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Nowadays if you see, there are very fewer people who are interested in politics. The youth these days are interested in working in Multinational companies and in other professions. They seem to have very less or almost no interest in politics. This shows that they are apathetic about politics. Being apathetic means you have no interest in a particular thing or an activity. When you show no interest in something, you are apathetic about it. Sometimes you can get into trouble because of your apathetic attitude. For example, if you do not take any interest in studies and you are apathetic about the same, you may fail in the exam! Being apathetic means showing no interest in something. Listen carefully on how we can use the word “apathetic” in 8 different forms in 8 different situations. Example number 1 of 8:  John has completed his studies but he is not interested in doing any job or business. This shows John is apathetic about his career. Example number 2 of 8: The teacher noticed that consistently Veronica would not complete her homework on time, hence, punished her. This shows Veronica’s apathetic attitude towards her homework. Example number 3 of 8: Ravi and Sushil, completed their MBA together. Ravi was apathetic about his communication skills while Sushil focused on enhancing or improving his communication skills. As a result, Sushil progressed in his career while Ravi was stagnant (means in the same place or position) in his career. This means, while Sushil progressed in his career, Ravi was in the same position in his career. Example number 4 of 8: Almost everyone knows that smoking is not good for health but still some people smoke. They should not be so apathetic about their lives. Example number 5 of 8: Adam’s new secretary has very little interest in her job. She never does anything properly. Do you know what does this mean? This means that Adam’s secretary is apathetic about her job. Example number 6 of 8: A survey says that people fall ill because of their apathetic attitude towards their diet. Example number 7 of 8: Some hardcore criminals are apathetic about rules and regulations. They are not concerned about laws. Example number 8 of 8: The restaurant at the corner of the street had a loyal customer for 10 years. One day the customer shared negative feedback about a particular dish. At this, the manager immediately defended the chef and his preparation. So what did you notice? The manager became apathetic. Today we learned the word “apathetic” which means – having little or no interest or concern. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
06:20
November 1, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #14 | innovation
Today’s word is: Innovation –The meaning of “Innovation” is a new method, idea, product etc. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ‘Innovation. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Innovation is developing any product or thing with new ideas. It is a use of new methods. Developing an innovative method means applying some new method to do the same work. This makes the work easy and more effective. For example, Mobile phone manufacturing companies nowadays are constantly innovating. For them, innovation helps them capture the market. There have been innovations in reducing the time taken for recharging the cell phone batteries, camera resolution and keypad has been replaced by touch screen etc. Generally, innovation is required to solve the problems of the customers and at times it is also required to add new features to make the product or service more effective. Listen carefully on how we can use the word “innovation” in 8 different forms in 8 different sentences. Example number 1 of 8: Innovation of photography has helped capture memories for several years. This means that the photographs that we click now can be saved in the same form for several years Example number 2 of 8: Mobile phone users felt that typing took too much time hence, this compelled Amazon to innovate. Thus, Alexa is one of the latest innovations of the year which works on voice command. Example number 3 of 8: Thanks to the innovation of the Wright brothers, we can travel by air because of them. Example number 4 of 8: All the companies encourage Innovations because they want to be on the top. This means that all the companies want to add new features to their existing products or new methods for delivering their services so that people can buy their products or avail their services and that’s how the company will grow or progress. Example number 5 of 8: Book lovers found it challenging to carry book especially while traveling. Kindle was the innovation that solved that problem. A book reader can carry multiple books in the form of e-books and that too in a small palm-sized device. Example number 6 of 8: Apple Company is growing because of its approach towards innovation. In fact, it is the only company that announces a future model while launching a new one. Example number 7 of 8: Charlie worked hard to develop management expertise and innovations to grow his business. His skills and innovation definitely paid off. His business has doubled now. Example number 8 of 8: Earlier a blackboard and chalk were considered sufficient for teaching but do you agree that it is the best way? I’m sure you don’t. In the past few years, we have seen tremendous innovations in the field of teaching. Teachers these days use smart boards to explain a concept to students. The sessions have become more interactive and engaging for the students. Hence we can say that there have been significant innovations in the field of teaching. Today we learnt the word “innovation” which means – a new method, idea, product etc. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
05:57
October 31, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #13 | adverse
Today’s word is Adverse – Adverse means: preventing success or development; harmful; unfavorable. With BM English Speaking Radio Channel's BM English Word of the Day - Learn one new word every day and impress the world. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ‘adverse’. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Alina was not feeling well, she went to a local doctor who prescribed her proper medicines for her treatment. She was advised to have one tablet per day for five days. She consumed two tablets per day which resulted in some side effects. The tablets had an adverse effect on Alina’s health. Adverse means having a negative or harmful effect on something. It is used for defining the situation by going against something or causing harm. Adverse is normally used for conditions and effects rather than people. Listen carefully about how we can use the word “adverse” in 8 different forms in 8 different situations. Example number 1 of 8: -The new government policies resulted in some adverse effects on the economy. This means that the results were unfavorable. Example number 2 of 8: The Sharma’s had planned a family vacation during the winter season, to a place which had snowfall through the year. Now you can easily guess what happened after that. The travel had an adverse effect on their vacation plans and health and additionally, they had to stay indoors for the entire week. Example number 3 of 8: The students organized an awareness program about the harmful effects of alcohol. This means the awareness program was about the adverse effects of alcohol. Example number 4 of 8:  It is observed that excessive workload has unfavorable effects on physical and mental health. This means, too much workload has adverse effects on overall health. Example number 5 of 8: Technology helps us progress in life, however, extensive use of technology and improper disposing of gadgets adversely affects our health and the environment. Example number 6 of 8: Dev does not respect his colleagues at all. This can prevent his success and can have adverse effects on his career. Example number 7 of 8: Ramsey had a habit of listening to music on a high volume every evening. This habit of his had an adverse effect on his hearing ability at a young age. Example number 8 of 8: The manager of a manufacturing firm was focused only on his own skill growth and not on his employees’ development. Well, as expected, over the years, the firm started making losses. The managers’ attitude adversely impacted the organization's growth. Today we learned the word “adverse” which means – preventing success or development; harmful; unfavorable. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
06:20
October 30, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #12 | logistics
Today’s word is Logistics - Logistics means The process of managing the flow of information, goods, and/or services to customers or clients. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ‘logistics’. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. A product when produced goes through different processes while reaching to the customer. After production, goods are supplied to the wholesaler, distributor, and then the retailer and ultimately to the customer. Different organizations follow different procedures This process of arranging to supply the products to the customer is called logistics. Logistics does not always refer to supplying of finished goods to the consumers. For example, some automobile company gives the contract of producing the wheels to another company. Now after manufacturing, these wheels need to be transported to the automobile company. This process of transportation and supplying of goods is known as logistics. Listen carefully on how we can use the word “logistics” in 8 different forms in 8 different sentences. Example number 1 of 8: Companies like Amazon and Flipkart use advanced software to track their orders and improve the logistics. Example number 2 of 8:  Manufactures have to hire other companies to transport the goods from one place to another place. This means that manufacturing companies have to hire other companies to take care of their logistics. Example number 3 of 8: Sam cannot send his products to many of his customers because the road networks and logistics infrastructure is limited. Example number 4 of 8: Sometimes companies are not able to deliver products to a certain location because of the poor logistics. This means that companies fail to deliver products because of poor transportation. Example number 5 of 8: Logistics is a major challenge in remote (really far off or away from the city) villages. It is not an easy task to reach there. It shows that traveling in villages can be difficult as the transportation services are not available or are limited. Example number 6 of 8: We should always discuss the logistics before planning an outdoor trip. This means that before planning an outdoor trip, we should be aware of how to travel so that we don’t face any problems during the trip. Example number 7 of 8: A company that creates good logistic support is able to reach to a larger number of customers. Example number 8 of 8: In order to strengthen the state’s economic position, the chief minister deployed resources to build a logistic infrastructure which was well connected Today we learned the word “logistics” which means – The process of managing the flow of information, goods, and/or services to customers or clients. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
05:34
October 29, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #11 | cynical
Today’s word is: Cynical – Would you like to know what it means? Its means: believing that people are only interested in themselves and are not sincere. Someone who is always doubting others or does not trust anyone. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ‘cynical. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Sofia is a friend of mine. A few weeks ago, her boyfriend left her for no reason. Now Sofia doesn’t trust anybody easily. She is now cynical about dating any other boy. Yes… you are right… when a person does not trust anybody or doubts others frequently, he or she is cynical. So if you know someone who never trusts anyone, you can say he is cynical. Sometimes people become cynical after a series of bad experiences they have in their lives. Cynical is also used to describe a person who is interested in self. They can also be called selfish or self-centered. They are ones who think about themselves first and then others. We may come across many cynical people in this competitive world. Listen carefully on how we can use the word “cynical” in 8 different forms in 8 different Contexts. Example number 1 of 8: Sunny is cynical about politicians’ promises to provide job opportunities. He doesn’t trust them at all. Example number 2 of 8: His nature is cynical: he thinks everybody is trying to cheat him. Example number 3 of 8: The king’s minister suggested him to declare the war but the king was cynical about it. This means that the king was doubtful about his minister’s integrity (here cynical is meant in a positive way). Example number 4 of 8: James was so cynical that he did not believe a single word said by the salesman. James thought that the salesman was only thinking about his own interests. Example number 5 of 8:  Tip of the day. Do not be so cynical just because one person cheated or misbehaved with you. There are still many good people out there. Example number 6 of 8: Some people are cynical about cheap products sold online and lucrative (attractive) offers that the websites present. They find these hard to believe. Example number 7 of 8:  Vinni thinks that many people do charity just to show off. She may sound cynical to you! Example number 8 of 8: Mary has a cynical thought that all the government officers are corrupt. This may not be always true but Mary thinks that way. Today we learned the word “cynical” It means: believing that people are only interested in themselves and are not sincere. Someone who is always doubting others or does not trust anyone. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
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October 28, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #10 | compel
Today’s word is: Compel – Compel means: force, pressurize or oblige (someone) to do something In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ‘compel’. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. To force and oblige is not always a wrong thing. To compel is to make someone do something forcefully which may be for a positive outcome (result). Sometimes people are compelled purely (mainly) for the sense of duty. For example, the plastic ban in Mumbai is to compel people to stop using plastic bags because they are harmful to the environment. The teachers also compel students to follow certain rules and regulations. Compelling is not always directly forcing others to do any work or to follow any rules. Sometimes we make someone do something indirectly i.e. without forcing. Our own behavior can also compel people to take a certain action. For example- our good behavior compels others to respect us. Listen carefully on how we can use the word compel in 8 different forms in 8 different situations. Example number 1 of 8: India recently introduced CSR law. This law will compel the companies to spend 2% of their profits on social development. This means that the companies have to spend 2% of their net profits on social development. Example number 2 of 8: Sometimes, while managing a large crowd, the police have to use physical force to compel people to obey the law. This means that sometimes police have to force people to obey the rules. Example number 3 of 8: The Supreme Court can force the criminal to appear in the court. Here you can understand that the Supreme Court can compel the criminal to appear in court. Example number 4 of 8: As per law, no bank employee can compel you to provide confidential details such as ATM pins. They cannot force you to do so. Example number 5 of 8: Every woman should know that a court cannot compel a wife to testify against her husband. It means that the court cannot force a lady to so. Example number 6 of 8: Sam had to work extra in the office because his manager compelled him to do so. This means Sam’s manager forced him to work extra hours. Example number 7 of 8: Many companies oblige their employees to hand over their mobile phone during office hours. This means that many companies compel employees to hand over their mobile phones. Example number 8 of 8: Some authors write so well that it can compel the readers to keep on reading. It means that some authors, by their writing skills, can influence their readers to turn the pages (keep on reading). Today we learned the word “compel” which means – force, pressurize or oblige (someone) to do something. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
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October 27, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #9 | procrastinate
Today’s word is: Procrastinate – Would you like to know what it means? It means- to delay or postpone In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ‘procrastinate. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Suresh was a distinction holder in Business Management and was an excellent employee. However he lacked the confidence to present before a group. Although he wanted to take a course that would enhance his presentation skills, he was procrastinating (Now what does that mean? It means that he was delaying in enrolling (taking admission) for the course). This cost him his promotion. This means that the opportunity of getting promoted was lost only because of his procrastination. He later enrolled himself for the course with BM English Speaking Institute and you know what happened, right? Listen carefully on how we can use the word “procrastinate” in 8 different forms in 8 different sentences. Example number 1 of 8: Children normally procrastinate if their mother tells them to do something. It means that if an instruction is given to a child, she or he will try to delay in performing that task. Example number 2 of 8: One generally tends to delay activities which she or he does not like or does not enjoy. E.g., Cooking, Exercising or socializing. This means we procrastinate activities that we do not like to do. Example number 3 of 8: David often procrastinates when it comes to him doing the paperwork. He delays it because he feels that it is time-consuming. Example number 4 of 8: Simran could not complete her project and she lost her job because she was procrastinating a lot when she really had enough time. Example number 5 of 8: James always submits the reports after the deadline because he procrastinates a lot. He postpones most of the time. Example number 6 of 8: The college office informed the students not to procrastinate in submitting the exam form. If they postpone it, they will not be able to take the exam/ they will not be allowed to appear for the exam. Example number 7 of 8: Vanishree had not inculcated the habit of preparing for a presentation. She had a habit of procrastinating, making the ppt. This would lead to her being stressed on the day of the presentation. Example number 8 of 8: Though the financial advisor strongly recommended Sheetal and Jignesh to keep a track of their finances in an excel sheet, they procrastinated that for many months and had a problem during Income Tax submission process. Today we learned the word procrastinate” which means – to delay or postpone. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
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October 26, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #8 | inculcate
Today’s word is: Inculcate - Would you like to know what it means? It means:  Instill an attitude, idea, or a habit by persistent (continuous) instruction or practice. To fix beliefs or ideas in someone's mind, especially by repeating them often. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ‘inculcate’. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Now tell me, do you remember the last word that we discussed yesterday? It is Etiquette. As we all now know that etiquette is a certain set of rules that we are expected to follow in a particular group or situation. The easiest example is greeting our elders or wishing them good morning, good evening or good night. These are simple habits or etiquette that our parents or school teachers fix in our minds from our childhood by repeating them till we begin to apply them. This means that our parents and teachers inculcate good etiquette in us from our childhood. We may have observed that some people in our network (maybe friends or colleagues or relatives) are always late and some always on time. Now, this habit of being on time and not to keep others waiting has been inculcated in them long ago. If good habits are inculcated from childhood itself, it is quite rewarding for that individual in several aspects. They can help us in networking, creating a positive impression of ourselves in our social circle and many times can contribute to career growth as well. Can you think of any person who is senior to you at your workplace? Does he display excellent manners and extends courtesies? Well, these would have been inculcated a long time ago. Now, these have become a habit for him or her. My dear friend… Inculcating good habits is a slow process but it is highly beneficial in the long run. Listen carefully how we can use the word inculcate in 8 different forms in 8 different sentences. Example number 1 of 8: I have a dog that is naughty and throws things around. It is time-consuming to teach obedience (discipline) to a pet dog. Hey! Can we use today’s word of the day in this sentence? Yes, we can! We can say - It is time-consuming to inculcate obedience in a pet dog Example number 2 of 8: It is a best practice to inculcate good habits among children from the time they are very young. Example number 3 of 8: All the trainers at BM English Speaking Institute inculcate their English learners’ minds with the habit of speaking English fluently and confidently in their work environment and other places as well Example number 4 of 8: Many authors who write stories for children try to teach good beliefs, ideals or ethics to them. They try to inculcate moral values in children. Example number 5 of 8: Why do our teachers talk about great leaders and their efforts for a better and developed country? What do they want to achieve by doing this? They do this to inculcate the feeling of patriotism in us. Example number 6 of 8: In order to inculcate the values of the company in all the employees, an induction program is conducted when they join.
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October 25, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #7 | etiquette
Transcript Today’s word is Etiquette – it means The expected set of rules of behavior and courtesies that people follow in society or a certain group of people. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ‘etiquette’. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. The world is becoming smaller. It is easy to communicate with people worldwide. The professional world is now a worldwide family which includes people of more than 1 country communicating all the time. We are one of them. We have to deal with clients, friends, and people from different places and cultures. It is important to know the basic rules of behavior and courtesies that have to be followed. These are called etiquette. There are certain well-defined rules for dining, traveling in flight, personal meetings, virtual meetings etc. Listen carefully on how we can use the word etiquette in 8 different forms in 8 different Contexts. Example number 1 of 8: Max is a well-educated businessman. Wherever he goes, he follows all the protocols (expected behavior) and treats everyone with respect. What does this mean? This means that Max follows apt (appropriate) business etiquette. Example number 2 of 8: Bruce was participating in an international video conference from his home. He was told before the meeting that he has to keep his audio on mute to avoid disturbance of the background noise. Keeping your audio on mute during video conferences is video conference etiquette. Example number 3 of 8: Etiquette is especially important on occasions such as weddings, business meetings, and formal events. Example number 4 of 8: Peeping while someone is typing their password is bad etiquette. It means that when someone is typing their password, we should keep our eyes away from their screen or keyboard. Example number 5 of 8: The basis of elevator etiquette is that we must wait patiently in queue for our turn. Example number 6 of 8: Ankit had an important meeting with a client over dinner for the first time. He surfed through the internet to learn about dining etiquette. Example number 7 of 8: Priya went for a movie with her friends but couldn’t enjoy it. Do you know why? Because a man sitting behind their row was talking loudly on his mobile phone. This means that the person sitting behind had bad mobile phone etiquette. Example number 8 of 8: In England, not bowing in front of the queen is a breach (breaking a rule) of royal etiquette. It means that when someone does not bow in front of the queen of England, he or she is not following the etiquette and this behavior is unacceptable. So today we learned the word “etiquette” which means – The expected set of rules of behavior and courtesies that people follow in society or a certain group of people.. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
05:19
October 24, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #6 | unforeseen
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #6 | unforeseen Transcript Today’s word is: unforeseen - The meaning of this word is: Not anticipated or predicted. Something that was unexpected. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ‘unforeseen’. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Let’s assume that you are on your way for an important business meeting. You are carrying all the necessary documents. Your phone, laptop and everything else is charged. You left before time to avoid any delay. But, when you reach the airport, you realize that your flight has been delayed by 5 hours... Now, this was not anticipated (expected). Unfortunately, you have to cancel the meeting. Such situations are called unforeseen. You can not anticipate these situations. Your meeting had to be canceled because of unforeseen circumstances. Listen carefully on how we can use the word unforeseen in 8 different forms in 8 different situations. Example number 1 of 8:  We all are aware of car insurance policies. These policies can protect our car against unpredictable emergencies. Can you use today’s word in this sentence? Yes! You can say - Insurance policies can protect our vehicles against unforeseen emergencies/damages. Example number 2 of 8:  Jay and his wife decided to go out for dinner in the evening. But due to unanticipated rain, they had to cancel the plan. Think about how can we use unforeseen in this sentence. Yes, you are right. You can say – Jay and his wife had to cancel the plan due to unforeseen weather conditions. Example number 3 of 8:  Anne runs a small business in her town. Due to some unforeseen financial losses, she began saving 30% of her profit for unexpected financial hardships. Can you use today’s word instead of unexpected financial hardships? Correct. Anne saves 30% of her profits for the unforeseen financial crisis. Example number 4 of 8:  The head of sales resigned hence the head of marketing was given additional responsibility due to unforeseen circumstances. Here, as the head of sales resigned from his post, the head of marketing was given additional responsibilities. Example number 5 of 8: Railway has started a hotline for women for assisting them if any unforeseen situation arises. This shows that women can contact the railway police in case of any unexpected situation. Example number 6 of 8: Wise people say that life is full of unforeseen circumstances, which means you can never really predict what will happen in the future. Example number 7 of 8: Raj and Simran were working in different branches of the same office. Their wedding was unforeseen since no one even knew that they were engaged. In this sentence, it is clear that nobody had anticipated that they will get married. Example number 8 of 8: James could not reach office on time because an unforeseen road accident had blocked the traffic. This means the road accident was unexpected. So today we learned the word “unforeseen” which means – Not anticipated or predicted. Something that was unexpected. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
05:58
October 23, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #5 | predominant
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #5 | predominant Transcript Today’s word is: predominant Would you like to know what it means? It means – more important, powerful, successful or noticeable than others In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ‘predominant‘. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. We all know the importance of the English language. It is a global language. It is the official language of more than 50 countries and spoken by around 400 million people across the globe. Knowing English can help you in various ways. It can increase your chances of getting a good job; you can explore various cultures and you can be connected to the world. This means English is an important language, isn’t it? Yes. So we can say that English is a predominant language across the globe Like the English language, anything that is an important element and is noticeable is called predominant. Listen carefully on how we can use the word predominant in 8 different forms in 8 different situations. Example number 1 of 8: Steve is a salesman. He has to communicate with a lot of people. Can you tell the predominant part of his job? Yes, the predominant part of his job is communication. Example number 2 of 8: The key role of social media sites is to connect people. Can you use predominant in this sentence? Yes. You can say the predominant role of social media sites is to connect people. Example number 3 of 8: the United States of America is one of the most powerful countries in the world. Because of this, the US is able to influence a lot of important decisions in many countries. Try to use today’s word in this sentence. The sentence would be – the United States of America is a predominant country. Example number 4 of 8: David has a lot of work experience. Now he is working in a team where all the members have recently started working. Can you tell me who is predominant among all the team members?Without a doubt, David is predominant among all the team members with regards to work experience Example number 5 of 8: In order to operate a business we need money. Money is required for setting up a business, sustaining (maintaining) a business and growing a business. Therefore, we can say that money is a predominant element for any business. Example number 6 of 8: In rural areas farming is more common than other occupations. Now we can say that farming is a predominant profession in rural areas. Example number 7 of 8: Jack has many businesses but his main source of income is his restaurant. So Jack’s predominant source of income is his restaurant. Example number 8 of 8: Earlier internet was limited to business. But now we use it for online shopping, ticket bookings, networking and for so many other aspects. Therefore, we can say that the internet has become a predominant part of everyone’s lives. So today we learned the word “predominant” which means – more important, powerful, successful or noticeable than others. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
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October 22, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #4 | consensus
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #4 | consensus Today’s word is: consensus – The meaning of this word is - a general agreement, generally among a group of people or among two individuals. It means it has to be a mutual agreement. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ‘consensus’. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Let’s assume that you want to go for a picnic. You share this idea with your family. Your father had some work but he agrees. Your mother starts preparing snacks for the same. Your siblings are excited about the picnic. You ask your cousins and they are also ready. Everything is set. It means that all the members of the family agree to go for the picnic. Now you can also say that all the members of the family have reached a consensus about the picnic. Listen carefully on how we can use the word consensus in 8 different forms in 8 different situations. Example number 1 of 8: Earlier people believed that the earth was flat. That was a general agreement between all. However, after in-depth research and evidence (proof) of satellite pictures, there is now a general agreement that the earth is round. You can say that now, there is a consensus that the earth is round. Example number 2 of 8: Everyone had a different opinion about the education bill in the parliament yesterday, so the bill could not be passed. Can you tell me what is missing here? Correct. A general agreement is missing here. This means a consensus is missing here. We can also say that there was a lack of consensus about the education bill in the parliament yesterday. Example number 3 of 8: All the members will decide the leader of the team. Can you use the word consensus here? You can say the leader of the team will be decided by consensus. Example number 4 of 8: With the help of voting, we can come to a general agreement on this topic. How to use today’s word here? Yes, we can reach a general consensus by voting. Example number 5 of 8: Most of the school teachers think that students should not carry smartphones in schools. What does this mean? This means there is a consensus among teachers that mobile phones should not be allowed in schools. Example number 6 of 8: Both business partners have reached a consensus on winding up (closing) the business. This means that both the businessmen have mutually come to an agreement to wind up the business. Example number 7 of 8: The students came to a consensus on who would be the representative of the class. This means that all the students together came to an agreement on who should represent the class.   Example number 8 of 8: In a meeting, if a team does not reach a consensus, the management may meet up again so that they all reach a general agreement on the same. So today we learned the word “consensus” which means – a general agreement, generally among a group of people or among two individuals. It means it has to be a mutual agreement. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
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October 21, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #3 | strategy
Today’s word is: Strategy Would you like to know what it means? It means – a plan of action designed to achieve a long-term or an overall aim. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ‘strategy’. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. John is a student. He is from a middle-class background. He is good at studies but has a bad habit of spending a lot of money unnecessarily. He spends all his pocket money and never saves any money for his future. One day he realizes that it is a very big mistake. Then he decides to start saving money. He sits with a notebook and pen. He plans his budget for the month. He creates a plan of action (creates a structured method of taking necessary steps) to achieve his goal of saving half of his pocket money. He plans on how much money he will spend every day. He lists out where to spend and where not to spend. This is John’s strategy to save money. Deciding what you want to achieve, how you will achieve it and the actions you will take to achieve that goal is called strategy. You will now listen to how we can use the word strategy in 8 different forms in 8 different Contexts. Example number 1 of 8: Sam is thinking to start a new business. He needs a proper action plan to operate the business successfully. Can you guess what does Sam need? Yes, you are right Sam needs a business strategy. Example number 2 of 8: Apple has become the first trillion dollar company in the world. Do you know how? Apple achieved this goal with the help of a strong business strategy. Example number 3 of 8: Emily realizes that she has very less time to prepare for her upcoming exams. But she doesn’t worry much. She makes a proper plan of what and how to study and clears her exam. So what did Emily actually do? Emily developed a strategy and cleared the exam. Example number 4 of 8: Every government needs an economic strategy to build the country’s financial capital. This means that every government needs a plan of action to achieve the goal of making the country financially strong. Example number 5 of 8: The police devised a plan to trap the criminal at his own house. Try to use the word strategy here. You can say –The police devised a strategy to trap the criminal at his own house. Example number 6 of 8: Some businessmen never reveal their business strategy. This means that they do not share their business plan with others. Example number 7 of 8: The world needs an effective strategy to fight global warming. This means that the world needs a proper plan of action to reduce the effects of global warming. Example number 8 of 8: The new marketing head had innovative ideas to capture the market. He designed a robust (powerful) marketing strategy which the management appreciated a lot. Today we learned the word “strategy” which means – a plan of action designed to achieve a long-term or an overall aim. 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 Course visit: https://www.bmconsultantsindia.com/advanced-English-speaking-course.html
06:21
October 20, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #2 | affluent
BM Daily Vocabulary #2 | affluent Transcript Today’s word is: affluent –This word means having an abundance of wealth or other material goods; someone who is prosperous or rich In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ‘affluent’. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Imagine this for a moment. You are in New York. You see a lot of expensive cars. There are beautiful buildings, skyscrapers, and bungalows. People around you have branded clothes and accessories. Wherever you see, there is a lot of money. There are shopping centers full of lavish showrooms with highly expensive products. This is the example of an affluent society. And who are affluent people? affluent people are extremely rich and can spend money lavishly. They can easily buy expensive cars, jewelry, and other High-end (expensive) products. They have a lot of wealth and properties. They are prosperous. You will now listen to how we can use the word affluent in 8 different forms in 8 different sentences. Example number 1 of 8: Mr. Bill Gates is the founder of Microsoft. He has a lot of wealth. He owns a lot of properties and other expensive articles. So what will you call such a person? Yes, he is an affluent person. Example number 2 of 8: Sam has studied abroad. He has never faced any financial problem in his life. He comes from a background of highly rich people. Can you describe Sam’s family background using today’s word? Correct. Sam comes from an affluent background. Example number 3 of 8: Can everyone buy a private jet? Of course not! Only the people with a lot of wealth can afford it. It means only affluent people can buy private jets. Example number 4 of 8: Saudi Arabia has lots of oil reserves. So we can say that Saudi Arabia is an affluent country. Saudi Arabia is prosperous because it is earning a lot of money by selling oil. Example number 5 of 8: Affluent countries spend a lot of money on infrastructure. This means affluent countries are the countries with a lot of wealth to invest in infrastructure. Example number 6 of 8: Though her husband’s family was poor, Mary came from an affluent family of billionaires. Mary’s family had an abundance (means a lot) of wealth. Example number 7 of 8: Shops that sell luxurious goods try to attract affluent customers because they know affluent people can easily afford to buy expensive products. Example number 8 of 8: Affluent people around the world are investing money in the stock exchange. That means affluent people have a lot of wealth to invest in the stock market. Today we learned the word “affluent” which means – having an abundance of wealth or other material goods; someone who is prosperous or rich. 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 Course
01:57
October 19, 2021
200 BM Daily Vocabulary #1 | ubiquitous
BM Daily Vocabulary #1 | ubiquitous Today’s word is: Ubiquitous - The meaning of this word is something that is present, appearing or found everywhere. In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to use the word ‘ubiquitous’. We are sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English vocabulary and speak English fluently and confidently. Nowadays you can see mobile phones everywhere. Almost everyone is using them. Who doesn’t use a mobile phone? Mobile phones are seen at railway stations, bus stops, cafes, malls and everywhere else. Something that can be seen or found everywhere is called ubiquitous. Mobile phones are so ubiquitous that everyone knows about them. People use them all the time. They click selfies and chat with friends. They watch YouTube videos and listen to podcasts (like the one you are listening right now). They use mobile phones frequently. People spend hours and hours on their phones. They can be found all the time. Mobile phones are ubiquitous. You will now listen to how we can use the word “ubiquitous” in 8 different forms in 8 different sentences. Example number 1 of 8: It’s a fact that God is present everywhere. Now we know something that is present everywhere is ubiquitous. So we can say that - It is a fact that God is ubiquitous. Example number 2 of 8: France is a tourist destination. One can see so many lovely hotels, restaurants, and cafes there. Now, how will you use the word ubiquitous here? You can say - Lovely hotels, restaurants, and cafes are ubiquitous in France. Example number 3 of 8: Delhi is the capital of India and during campaigning, for elections, people can spot ministers at various locations. How to use ubiquitous in this sentence? Let’s say - Delhi is the capital of India and VIPs are ubiquitous during campaigning for elections. Example number 4 of 8: I phones are quite expensive but people are crazy about them. You can find a lot of people who have an iPhone. That means - Even though iPhones are expensive, they are ubiquitous. Example number 5 of 8: Do you use facebook? Almost everybody uses it. Now Facebook is found everywhere because Mark Zuckerberg didn’t give up. Now you know where to use the word ubiquitous. Yes, you are right. You can say - Mr. Mark Zuckerberg worked hard and made Facebook ubiquitous. Example number 6 of 8: You must have seen people putting pictures of Starbucks coffee mugs on Facebook and other social sites. The logo appears everywhere. So, its logo has become ubiquitous all over the world. Example number 7 of 8: We all get those fake WhatsApp messages all the time. They can be found on many social platforms. Can you use the word ubiquitous here? Let’s try. Nowadays, fake news is ubiquitous on social networking sites. Example number 8 of 8: Hey! Try this. What is present everywhere on Valentine’s Day? You are right! It’s the emotion of love. So you can say love is ubiquitous on Valentine’s Day. Do you know anything that is ubiquitous? Well if you do, make a note and share it with friends and family and shine like a celebrity. 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 Course
01:27
June 1, 2021