Examples of Synonyms | 100 Synonyms

100 Synonyms
Abandon – Leave
  1. Abduct – Take away
  2. Absurd- Foolish
  3. Acute- Sharp
  4. Acuity- Keenness
  5. Adjourn- Postpone
  6. Adversity- Disaster
  7. Affiliate- Associate
  8. Affright-Frighten
  9. Alacrity- Eagerness
  10. Alien- Exotic
  11. Ambiguous- Doubtful, Unclear
  12. Ameliorate – Improve
  13. Amicable- Friendly
  14. Amiable- Lovable
  15. Ample- Spacious
  16. Applause- Praise
  17. Aromatic -Fragrant
  18. Ascend- Soar
  19. Assail- Attack
  20. Assuage- Relieve
  21. Attentive-Watchful
  22. Authentic – True
  23. Avaricious- Greedy
  24. Barren- Sterile
  25. Behaviour- Deportment
  26. Benevolent-helpful, Generous
  27. Benign- Kindly
  28. Brevity – Conciseness
  29. Brief-Concise
  30. Cautious- Careful
  31. Chador- A Loose Robe
  32. Change-Alter
  33. Chide-Scold
  34. Chivalry-Heroism
  35. Colossus- Gigantic
  36. Colour-Shade, Hue, Nuance
  37. Commence- To Begin
  38. Complacent- Self Satisfied
  39. Conceal- Delitescence
  40. Contravene- Oppose
  41. Conversant - Familiar
  42. Curiosity-Inquisitiveness
  43. Cynosure- Centre Of Attraction
  44. Derisive- Contemptuous
  45. Disgrace- Ignominy
  46. Disgust- Dislike
  47. Dismal- Gloomy
  48. Disrespect – Irreverence
  49. Docile-Gentle
  50. Drown -sink
  51. Embezzle-Misappropriate
  52. Enmity – Hostility
  53. Enormous-Huge, Giant, Immense
  54. Ephemeral-Momentary
  55. Expiry- Termination
  56. Fast-Quick
  57. Feeble –Weak
  58. Fight –Fray
  59. Flout – To treat with contempt
  60. Fragrance- Scent
  61. Frivolous-Silly
  62. Guile-Cunning
  63. Hatred-Contempt
  64. Hiatus – Gap
  65. Holy-Sacred
  66. Hostile-Unfriendly
  67. Hotly –passionately
  68. Impertinent- Impudent, Disrespectful
  69. Innocent- Ingenuous
  70. Integrity-Honesty
  71. Interrogated- Questioned
  72. Joyous- Blissful, Elated, Euphoric
  73. Jubilant- Exultant
  74. Kind Hearted- Benevolent
  75. Lethal-deadly
  76. Liberal- Generous
  77. Ludicrous- Foolish
  78. Manifest-Display
  79. Mild – Gentle
  80. Modest- Shy, Silent, Timid
  81. Mucilage-Gum
  82. Overjoyed-Jubilant
  83. Peer-Equal, Peep
  84. Pleasant- Cheerful
  85. Plethora-Abundance
  86. Predict-Foretell
  87. Prophesy – Foretell
  88. Quiver- Shiver
  89. Recalcitrant-Disobedient
  90. Recollect - Remember
  91. Recreation- Amusement
  92. Renaissance- Rebirth
  93. Rude- Impolite
  94. Serious –Grave
  95. Stand up- get up
  96. Synopsis-precis
  97. Terrific –Great
  98. Turn down -Refuse
  99. Umbrageous-Shady
  100. Vacillate – Waver mentally
  101. Valour- Courage

English Practice test on Synonyms

100 Synonyms
Abandon – Leave
  1. Abduct – Take away
  2. Absurd- Foolish
  3. Acute- Sharp
  4. Acuity- Keenness
  5. Adjourn- Postpone
  6. Adversity- Disaster
  7. Affiliate- Associate
  8. Affright-Frighten
  9. Alacrity- Eagerness
  10. Alien- Exotic
  11. Ambiguous- Doubtful, Unclear
  12. Ameliorate – Improve
  13. Amicable- Friendly
  14. Amiable- Lovable
  15. Ample- Spacious
  16. Applause- Praise
  17. Aromatic -Fragrant
  18. Ascend- Soar
  19. Assail- Attack
  20. Assuage- Relieve
  21. Attentive-Watchful
  22. Authentic – True
  23. Avaricious- Greedy
  24. Barren- Sterile
  25. Behaviour- Deportment
  26. Benevolent-helpful, Generous
  27. Benign- Kindly
  28. Brevity – Conciseness
  29. Brief-Concise
  30. Cautious- Careful
  31. Chador- A Loose Robe
  32. Change-Alter
  33. Chide-Scold
  34. Chivalry-Heroism
  35. Colossus- Gigantic
  36. Colour-Shade, Hue, Nuance
  37. Commence- To Begin
  38. Complacent- Self Satisfied
  39. Conceal- Delitescence
  40. Contravene- Oppose
  41. Conversant - Familiar
  42. Curiosity-Inquisitiveness
  43. Cynosure- Centre Of Attraction
  44. Derisive- Contemptuous
  45. Disgrace- Ignominy
  46. Disgust- Dislike
  47. Dismal- Gloomy
  48. Disrespect – Irreverence
  49. Docile-Gentle
  50. Drown -sink
  51. Embezzle-Misappropriate
  52. Enmity – Hostility
  53. Enormous-Huge, Giant, Immense
  54. Ephemeral-Momentary
  55. Expiry- Termination
  56. Fast-Quick
  57. Feeble –Weak
  58. Fight –Fray
  59. Flout – To treat with contempt
  60. Fragrance- Scent
  61. Frivolous-Silly
  62. Guile-Cunning
  63. Hatred-Contempt
  64. Hiatus – Gap
  65. Holy-Sacred
  66. Hostile-Unfriendly
  67. Hotly –passionately
  68. Impertinent- Impudent, Disrespectful
  69. Innocent- Ingenuous
  70. Integrity-Honesty
  71. Interrogated- Questioned
  72. Joyous- Blissful, Elated, Euphoric
  73. Jubilant- Exultant
  74. Kind Hearted- Benevolent
  75. Lethal-deadly
  76. Liberal- Generous
  77. Ludicrous- Foolish
  78. Manifest-Display
  79. Mild – Gentle
  80. Modest- Shy, Silent, Timid
  81. Mucilage-Gum
  82. Overjoyed-Jubilant
  83. Peer-Equal, Peep
  84. Pleasant- Cheerful
  85. Plethora-Abundance
  86. Predict-Foretell
  87. Prophesy – Foretell
  88. Quiver- Shiver
  89. Recalcitrant-Disobedient
  90. Recollect - Remember
  91. Recreation- Amusement
  92. Renaissance- Rebirth
  93. Rude- Impolite
  94. Serious –Grave
  95. Stand up- get up
  96. Synopsis-precis
  97. Terrific –Great
  98. Turn down -Refuse
  99. Umbrageous-Shady
  100. Vacillate – Waver mentally
  101. Valour- Courage

English Practice test on Synonyms

Example of Excretory Structures


Animal groups and their main Excretory structures/organs

1.       Protozoans- General body Suface or Plasmalemma

2.       Porifera and Cnidaria- Plasma membrane of each cell

3.       Platyhelminthes - Protonephridia or flame cells
flame cells

4.       Aschelminthes (Roundworm)- H shaped renette cell

5.       Annelids (Earthworm, Leech, Nereis)-Nephridia

6.       Arthropods-
      a)Insects, centipeds and millipedes- Malpighian tubules
Malpighian tubules

      b)Crustaceans (Prawn)- Antennary or green glands
      c) Scorpions and Spiders- Coxal glands

7.       Molluscs- Keber’s organ and Organ of Bojanus

8.       Echinodermates (Starfish)- No specialized excretory organ

9.       Hemichordates(Balanoglossus)-Proboscis gland

10.     Urochordates-Neural gland

11.     Cephalochordates- Solenocytes

12.     Vertebrates- One pair of Kidneys

Animal groups and their main Excretory structures/organs

1.       Protozoans- General body Suface or Plasmalemma

2.       Porifera and Cnidaria- Plasma membrane of each cell

3.       Platyhelminthes - Protonephridia or flame cells
flame cells

4.       Aschelminthes (Roundworm)- H shaped renette cell

5.       Annelids (Earthworm, Leech, Nereis)-Nephridia

6.       Arthropods-
      a)Insects, centipeds and millipedes- Malpighian tubules
Malpighian tubules

      b)Crustaceans (Prawn)- Antennary or green glands
      c) Scorpions and Spiders- Coxal glands

7.       Molluscs- Keber’s organ and Organ of Bojanus

8.       Echinodermates (Starfish)- No specialized excretory organ

9.       Hemichordates(Balanoglossus)-Proboscis gland

10.     Urochordates-Neural gland

11.     Cephalochordates- Solenocytes

12.     Vertebrates- One pair of Kidneys

10 Examples of Kangaroo words

What are ‘Kangaroo words’?
Kangaroo words: A kangaroo word is a word that contains letters of another synonymous word (a word having the same or nearly the same meaning)  in its correct sequence.
10 Examples of Kangaroo words
Why are  “Kangaroo words” so called?
Let’s take an example
Signal is a Kangaroo word as it has the synonym ‘sign’ in the word itself.
As kangaroos carry their young, known as joeys, in a body pouch. Likewise, kangaroo words carry their Joey words (synonym) within the word itself. This is the etymology of the phrase “kangaroo word”
Are there Anti kangaroo words? yes...See here what are Anti kangaroo words?
Examples of Kangaroo words:
Synonym in bold letters
1. masculine: synonym ‘male’ in order
2. alone: synonym ‘one’ in order
3. allocate: synonym ‘allot’ in order (allot=assign, distribute)
4. blossom: synonym ‘bloom’ in order (bloom=flower)
5. capable: synonym ‘able’ in order (able=competent)
6. chicken: synonym ‘hen’ in order
7. disappointed: synonym ‘sad’ in order
8. feast: synonym ‘eat’ in order
9. latest: synonym ‘last’ in order (latest=last one, newest)
10. myself: synonym ‘me’ in order
11. gigantic: synonym ‘giant’ in order (gigantic: huge, massive, oversize)
What are ‘Kangaroo words’?
Kangaroo words: A kangaroo word is a word that contains letters of another synonymous word (a word having the same or nearly the same meaning)  in its correct sequence.
10 Examples of Kangaroo words
Why are  “Kangaroo words” so called?
Let’s take an example
Signal is a Kangaroo word as it has the synonym ‘sign’ in the word itself.
As kangaroos carry their young, known as joeys, in a body pouch. Likewise, kangaroo words carry their Joey words (synonym) within the word itself. This is the etymology of the phrase “kangaroo word”
Are there Anti kangaroo words? yes...See here what are Anti kangaroo words?
Examples of Kangaroo words:
Synonym in bold letters
1. masculine: synonym ‘male’ in order
2. alone: synonym ‘one’ in order
3. allocate: synonym ‘allot’ in order (allot=assign, distribute)
4. blossom: synonym ‘bloom’ in order (bloom=flower)
5. capable: synonym ‘able’ in order (able=competent)
6. chicken: synonym ‘hen’ in order
7. disappointed: synonym ‘sad’ in order
8. feast: synonym ‘eat’ in order
9. latest: synonym ‘last’ in order (latest=last one, newest)
10. myself: synonym ‘me’ in order
11. gigantic: synonym ‘giant’ in order (gigantic: huge, massive, oversize)

What are anti-kangaroo words? with 10 examples


What are anti-kangaroo words?
Anti-kangaroo word is a word that contains its antonym (word with opposite meaning).
Let’s take an example
animosity (enmity) contains the word amity (friendship) which is an antonym.
10 examples anti-kangaroo words
What are ‘Kangaroo words’?
Kangaroo words: A kangaroo word is a word that contains letters of another synonymous word (a word having the same or nearly the same meaning)  in its correct sequence.
Why are  “Kangaroo words” so called?
As kangaroos carry their young, known as joeys, in a body pouch. Likewise, kangaroo words carry their Joey words (synonym) within the word itself. This is the etymology of the phrase “kangaroo word”
Examples of anti-kangaroo words :
Antonym in bold letters
1. abuse: antonym ‘use’ in order (abuse=misuse)
2. feasted: antonym ‘fasted’ in order (fasted =go without food)
3. female: antonym ‘male’ in order
4. communicative: antonym ‘mute’ in order (mute=silent)
5. pest: antonym ‘pet’ in order
6. fabrication: antonym ‘fact’ in order
7. she: antonym ‘he’ in order
8. wonderful: antonym ‘woeful’ in order (woeful=unhappy, sad)
9. resigned: antonym ‘reigned’ in order (reigned=hold office, in power)
10. there: antonym ‘here’ in order

What are anti-kangaroo words?
Anti-kangaroo word is a word that contains its antonym (word with opposite meaning).
Let’s take an example
animosity (enmity) contains the word amity (friendship) which is an antonym.
10 examples anti-kangaroo words
What are ‘Kangaroo words’?
Kangaroo words: A kangaroo word is a word that contains letters of another synonymous word (a word having the same or nearly the same meaning)  in its correct sequence.
Why are  “Kangaroo words” so called?
As kangaroos carry their young, known as joeys, in a body pouch. Likewise, kangaroo words carry their Joey words (synonym) within the word itself. This is the etymology of the phrase “kangaroo word”
Examples of anti-kangaroo words :
Antonym in bold letters
1. abuse: antonym ‘use’ in order (abuse=misuse)
2. feasted: antonym ‘fasted’ in order (fasted =go without food)
3. female: antonym ‘male’ in order
4. communicative: antonym ‘mute’ in order (mute=silent)
5. pest: antonym ‘pet’ in order
6. fabrication: antonym ‘fact’ in order
7. she: antonym ‘he’ in order
8. wonderful: antonym ‘woeful’ in order (woeful=unhappy, sad)
9. resigned: antonym ‘reigned’ in order (reigned=hold office, in power)
10. there: antonym ‘here’ in order

Example of Simple Future - Future Continuous- Future Perfect- Future Perfect Continuous Tenses


Example of Simple Future - Future Continuous- Future Perfect- Future Perfect Continuous Tenses
Simple Future:
1. I shall go to Switzerland next month
2. I shall write a letter
3. We will know our exam results in May.
Future Continuous
1. At this time tomorrow, I shall be watching the film
2. At this time tomorrow, I will be sitting on the beach in Singapore.
Future Perfect
1. I will have achieved a government job by 2020
2. She will have finished her homework by the time you reach back.
Future Perfect continuous
1. Babu will have been editing this magazine for twenty-five years by next January.
2. By the next issue, I shall have been reading ‘Vijayarekha’ for one year.
3. By the next June, I shall have been studying at Target Academy for six months.
4. By the summer of 2022, we shall have been living in this house for twelve years
5. I shall have been teaching for 15 years by the next January.
6. Mathews will have been acting in films for Sixty years before the end of this year.

Example of Simple Future - Future Continuous- Future Perfect- Future Perfect Continuous Tenses
Simple Future:
1. I shall go to Switzerland next month
2. I shall write a letter
3. We will know our exam results in May.
Future Continuous
1. At this time tomorrow, I shall be watching the film
2. At this time tomorrow, I will be sitting on the beach in Singapore.
Future Perfect
1. I will have achieved a government job by 2020
2. She will have finished her homework by the time you reach back.
Future Perfect continuous
1. Babu will have been editing this magazine for twenty-five years by next January.
2. By the next issue, I shall have been reading ‘Vijayarekha’ for one year.
3. By the next June, I shall have been studying at Target Academy for six months.
4. By the summer of 2022, we shall have been living in this house for twelve years
5. I shall have been teaching for 15 years by the next January.
6. Mathews will have been acting in films for Sixty years before the end of this year.

Example of Simple Past - Past Continuous -Past Perfect - Past Perfect Continuous Tenses

Example of Simple Past:
1.     I met her last month.
2.     India became republic in 1950.
3.     He usually went to bed late last year.
4.     Bini always drank milk when he was a child.
5.     When the shot broke, birds flew.
6.     When the prime minister arrived, the officers stood up.
7.     I went to the public library yesterday.
8.     The Swamiji spoke very eloquently.
9.     The elephant stood on two legs.
10.   She left school last year.
11. India became independent in 1947.
12.  She always came late to the class last month.
13. When the teacher entered the class the students stood up.
14. It is high time you reached there
      15. It is high time we left the place
Example of Past Continuous
       1.     When I saw him, he was playing chess
       2.     While I was driving she was reading a novel.
Example of Past Perfect
        1. I had seen the film
         2. I had written the letter before he arrived
         3. She had loved him.
Example of Past Perfect Continuous
        1. He had been reading for hours before I reached there
        2. I had been reading for hours before he came.
        3. The boys had been playing cricket for two hours before they reached home.
Example of Simple Past:
1.     I met her last month.
2.     India became republic in 1950.
3.     He usually went to bed late last year.
4.     Bini always drank milk when he was a child.
5.     When the shot broke, birds flew.
6.     When the prime minister arrived, the officers stood up.
7.     I went to the public library yesterday.
8.     The Swamiji spoke very eloquently.
9.     The elephant stood on two legs.
10.   She left school last year.
11. India became independent in 1947.
12.  She always came late to the class last month.
13. When the teacher entered the class the students stood up.
14. It is high time you reached there
      15. It is high time we left the place
Example of Past Continuous
       1.     When I saw him, he was playing chess
       2.     While I was driving she was reading a novel.
Example of Past Perfect
        1. I had seen the film
         2. I had written the letter before he arrived
         3. She had loved him.
Example of Past Perfect Continuous
        1. He had been reading for hours before I reached there
        2. I had been reading for hours before he came.
        3. The boys had been playing cricket for two hours before they reached home.

Example of Present Perfect Continuous Tenses


Present Perfect Continuous Examples:
1.              Ram has been working in the garden all day.
2.              Salman has been swimming in the pool for 4 hours.
3.              She has been working there for 10 years.
4.              Sita has been staying in the college Hostel.
5.              They have been playing since four o’ clock.


Present Perfect Continuous Examples:
1.              Ram has been working in the garden all day.
2.              Salman has been swimming in the pool for 4 hours.
3.              She has been working there for 10 years.
4.              Sita has been staying in the college Hostel.
5.              They have been playing since four o’ clock.

Example of Present Perfect Tenses

Example of Present Perfect Tenses

1.  Have you ever been to Darjeeling?
2.  He has constantly eluded the police.
3.  I have just finished my work.
4.  I have already finished my homework.
5.  I have finished the letter.
6.  I have never met this man before.
7.  I have often gone to that theatre.
8.  I have read all the plays of Shakespeare.
9.  I have seen him before.
10. I have visited Japan and Australia.
11. I have always wanted to learn the art of painting.
12.  I haven't seen Roney for a long time.
13. Manu has always been a rebel.
14. Shahrukh has applied for leave of absence.
15. She has already paid the fee.
16. The train has already left the station.
17. There, I have done my good deed for the day.
18. We have lived in this house for several years.
Example of Present Perfect Tenses

1.  Have you ever been to Darjeeling?
2.  He has constantly eluded the police.
3.  I have just finished my work.
4.  I have already finished my homework.
5.  I have finished the letter.
6.  I have never met this man before.
7.  I have often gone to that theatre.
8.  I have read all the plays of Shakespeare.
9.  I have seen him before.
10. I have visited Japan and Australia.
11. I have always wanted to learn the art of painting.
12.  I haven't seen Roney for a long time.
13. Manu has always been a rebel.
14. Shahrukh has applied for leave of absence.
15. She has already paid the fee.
16. The train has already left the station.
17. There, I have done my good deed for the day.
18. We have lived in this house for several years.

15 Examples of Present Continuous Tenses

Present Continuous Tenses Examples
  1. He is taking bath
  2. I am going to Mumbai tomorrow.
  3. I am going to the cinema tonight.
  4. I hear the news
  5. I think you are bold
  6. It is raining.
  7. Mother is cooking.
  8. She has a mobile phone.
  9. She is carrying a child
  10. She is leaving for Delhi on Wednesday.
  11. She is listening to music now.
  12. She looks very beautiful today.
  13. Susan is coming soon.
  14. The child is sleeping.
  15. The tribunal is hearing the complaint tomorrow.
  16. They are having lunch.
Present Continuous Tenses Examples
  1. He is taking bath
  2. I am going to Mumbai tomorrow.
  3. I am going to the cinema tonight.
  4. I hear the news
  5. I think you are bold
  6. It is raining.
  7. Mother is cooking.
  8. She has a mobile phone.
  9. She is carrying a child
  10. She is leaving for Delhi on Wednesday.
  11. She is listening to music now.
  12. She looks very beautiful today.
  13. Susan is coming soon.
  14. The child is sleeping.
  15. The tribunal is hearing the complaint tomorrow.
  16. They are having lunch.

35 Examples of Simple Present Tenses

35 Examples of Simple Present Tenses
  1.  Ali goes for a walk every morning
  2. Barking dog seldom bites
  3. Birds fly in the air
  4. College reopens on Monday
  5. Cows eat grass
  6. Elephants never eat the flesh
  7. God loves us all
  8. He always writes the test paper
  9. He gets up at 6 AM
  10. He is always busy
  11. Heat expands bodies
  12. How fiercely the wind blows!
  13. I get up at 4 AM
  14. Manu writes with his left hand
  15. Sachin usually reads newspaper in the morning
  16. She drinks tea every morning
  17. She is writing exam now
  18. She Sings a song
  19. She usually goes to school by bus
  20. Smt. Sasha comes to teach me dance every Sunday
  21. The chief minister returns next Tuesday
  22. The cow gives us milk
  23. The earth revolves around the sun
  24. The earth revolves around the sun
  25. The headquarters of the UN is at NewYork
  26. The new batch of LD Clerk Commences next Monday.
  27. The prime minister visits the USA next month.
  28. The prime minister arrives tomorrow to inaugurate the function.
  29. The sun rises in the East.
  30. The Tajmahal is on the bank of the Yamuna
  31. They sing a song
  32. There goes the dinner bell!
  33. Vinu Willams Says “A thing of beauty is a joy forever”.
  34. We leave for Madras tomorrow
  35. We play tennis every day.
35 Examples of Simple Present Tenses
  1.  Ali goes for a walk every morning
  2. Barking dog seldom bites
  3. Birds fly in the air
  4. College reopens on Monday
  5. Cows eat grass
  6. Elephants never eat the flesh
  7. God loves us all
  8. He always writes the test paper
  9. He gets up at 6 AM
  10. He is always busy
  11. Heat expands bodies
  12. How fiercely the wind blows!
  13. I get up at 4 AM
  14. Manu writes with his left hand
  15. Sachin usually reads newspaper in the morning
  16. She drinks tea every morning
  17. She is writing exam now
  18. She Sings a song
  19. She usually goes to school by bus
  20. Smt. Sasha comes to teach me dance every Sunday
  21. The chief minister returns next Tuesday
  22. The cow gives us milk
  23. The earth revolves around the sun
  24. The earth revolves around the sun
  25. The headquarters of the UN is at NewYork
  26. The new batch of LD Clerk Commences next Monday.
  27. The prime minister visits the USA next month.
  28. The prime minister arrives tomorrow to inaugurate the function.
  29. The sun rises in the East.
  30. The Tajmahal is on the bank of the Yamuna
  31. They sing a song
  32. There goes the dinner bell!
  33. Vinu Willams Says “A thing of beauty is a joy forever”.
  34. We leave for Madras tomorrow
  35. We play tennis every day.

100 Examples of Singular and Plural

100 Examples of Singular and Plural
  1. Aircraft-aircraft
  2. Alga- Algae
  3. Alumna- Alumnae
  4. Analysis- Analyses
  5. Antenna- Antennae
  6. Apex-Apexes
  7. Appendix-Appendices
  8. Aquarium-Aquaria
  9. Attorney general- Attorneys General
  10. Automation- Automata
  11. Axis- Axes
  12. Bacillus-Bacilli
  13. Bacterium –Bacteria
  14. Bamboo-Bamboos
  15. Basis- Bases
  16. Book cases-Book cases
  17. Brother in law- Brothers in Law
  18. Cactus-Cacti
  19. Calf- Calves
  20. Chief-Chiefs
  21. Child-Children
  22. City-Cities
  23. Cliff-Cliffs
  24. Consortium- Consortia
  25. Crisis-Crises
  26. Criterion-Criteria
  27. Criterion-Criteria
  28. Datum-Data
  29. Deer- Deer
  30. Diagnosis-Diagnoses
  31. Diary-Diaries
  32. Dwarf-Dwarves
  33. Dynamo-Dynamos
  34. Echo-Echoes
  35. Equilibrium-Equilibria
  36. Erratum-Errata
  37. Fly-Flies
  38. Focus-Foci
  39. Folio-Folios
  40. Foot-Feet
  41. Formula-Formulae
  42. Genius- Geniuses
  43. Genus-Genera
  44. Giraffe-Giraffes
  45. Goose-Geese
  46. Hero-Heroes
  47. Hoof-Hoofs
  48. Index- Indices
  49. Knife-Knives
  50. Lady-Ladies
  51. Larva-Larvae
  52. Life-Lives
  53. Loaf-Loaves
  54. Louse-Lice
  55. Maidservant-Maidservants
  56. Maneater-Maneaters
  57. Manservant-Menservants
  58. Medium-Media
  59. Memo-Memos
  60. Mouse-Mice
  61. Nebula-Nebulae
  62. Negro-Negroes
  63. Nucleus-Nuclei
  64. Oasis- Oases
  65. Ovum-Ova
  66. Ox-Oxen
  67. Phenomenon-Phenomena
  68. Phylum-Phyla
  69. Piano-Pianos
  70. Plateau- Plateaux
  71. Pupa-Pupae
  72. Radio-Radios
  73. Radius-Radii
  74. Rhinoceros-Rhinoceroses
  75. Safe-Safes
  76. Series-Series
  77. Series-Series
  78. Serum-Sera
  79. Sheep-Sheep
  80. Shelf-Shelves
  81. Son-in-law –Sons -in Law
  82. Stand- in- Stand-ins
  83. Stimulus-Stimuli
  84. Storey-Storeys
  85. Story-Stories
  86. Stratum- Strata
  87. Syllabus- Syllabi
  88. Tea-Teas
  89. Theory- Theories
  90. Thesis- Theses
  91. Thief-Thieves
  92. Tomato-Tomatoes
  93. Tooth-Teeth
  94. Video-Videoes
  95. Volcano-Volcanoes
  96. Wife- Wives
  97. Wolf-Wolves
  98. Woman driver-Women drivers
  99. Yourself-Yourselves
  100. Zero-Zeroes
100 Examples of Singular and Plural
  1. Aircraft-aircraft
  2. Alga- Algae
  3. Alumna- Alumnae
  4. Analysis- Analyses
  5. Antenna- Antennae
  6. Apex-Apexes
  7. Appendix-Appendices
  8. Aquarium-Aquaria
  9. Attorney general- Attorneys General
  10. Automation- Automata
  11. Axis- Axes
  12. Bacillus-Bacilli
  13. Bacterium –Bacteria
  14. Bamboo-Bamboos
  15. Basis- Bases
  16. Book cases-Book cases
  17. Brother in law- Brothers in Law
  18. Cactus-Cacti
  19. Calf- Calves
  20. Chief-Chiefs
  21. Child-Children
  22. City-Cities
  23. Cliff-Cliffs
  24. Consortium- Consortia
  25. Crisis-Crises
  26. Criterion-Criteria
  27. Criterion-Criteria
  28. Datum-Data
  29. Deer- Deer
  30. Diagnosis-Diagnoses
  31. Diary-Diaries
  32. Dwarf-Dwarves
  33. Dynamo-Dynamos
  34. Echo-Echoes
  35. Equilibrium-Equilibria
  36. Erratum-Errata
  37. Fly-Flies
  38. Focus-Foci
  39. Folio-Folios
  40. Foot-Feet
  41. Formula-Formulae
  42. Genius- Geniuses
  43. Genus-Genera
  44. Giraffe-Giraffes
  45. Goose-Geese
  46. Hero-Heroes
  47. Hoof-Hoofs
  48. Index- Indices
  49. Knife-Knives
  50. Lady-Ladies
  51. Larva-Larvae
  52. Life-Lives
  53. Loaf-Loaves
  54. Louse-Lice
  55. Maidservant-Maidservants
  56. Maneater-Maneaters
  57. Manservant-Menservants
  58. Medium-Media
  59. Memo-Memos
  60. Mouse-Mice
  61. Nebula-Nebulae
  62. Negro-Negroes
  63. Nucleus-Nuclei
  64. Oasis- Oases
  65. Ovum-Ova
  66. Ox-Oxen
  67. Phenomenon-Phenomena
  68. Phylum-Phyla
  69. Piano-Pianos
  70. Plateau- Plateaux
  71. Pupa-Pupae
  72. Radio-Radios
  73. Radius-Radii
  74. Rhinoceros-Rhinoceroses
  75. Safe-Safes
  76. Series-Series
  77. Series-Series
  78. Serum-Sera
  79. Sheep-Sheep
  80. Shelf-Shelves
  81. Son-in-law –Sons -in Law
  82. Stand- in- Stand-ins
  83. Stimulus-Stimuli
  84. Storey-Storeys
  85. Story-Stories
  86. Stratum- Strata
  87. Syllabus- Syllabi
  88. Tea-Teas
  89. Theory- Theories
  90. Thesis- Theses
  91. Thief-Thieves
  92. Tomato-Tomatoes
  93. Tooth-Teeth
  94. Video-Videoes
  95. Volcano-Volcanoes
  96. Wife- Wives
  97. Wolf-Wolves
  98. Woman driver-Women drivers
  99. Yourself-Yourselves
  100. Zero-Zeroes

List of Phrasal Verbs

List of Phrasal Verbs
Phrasal Verbs                                                          
Put off- Postpone
Put up- stay/raise
Put on- wear
Put out-extinguish
Put down- write/suppress
Put by-to save an amount
Put forward-to make a suggestion
Put across- to communicate
Put up with-tolerate
Put an end to-stop
Break in – To forcefully enter
Break through-An act of over coming an obstacle

Call at- visit a place
Call on- visit a person
Call up-recollect
Call off-cancel something
Call for-demand
Call out-to summon or order
Call upon- announce

Get through- pass
Get over- recover from/overcome
Get off-escape
Get along- make progress
Get on- keep going
Get away- escape
Get around- overcome
Go on-continue
Go at- attack
Go with- match
Go for- choose/seek/attack
Go off-explode
Go into- investigate
Go through-examine
Go over- to review or analyse

Come at- to attack/ to obtain
Come across- To find or meet by chance
Come off-To happen

Bring out-reveal
Bring down-Reduce
Bring up-carry/convey

Give up-Abandon
Give out- Announce
Give in- Yield
Give away- To make a gift of
Look after- to take care of
Look up- search for/ to consider
Look forward-except or hope for
Look for-seek something
Look out- be wanted be careful
Looked down on –watch with dislike

Make shift- to understand
Make up for-to compensate for something
Make over- A transformation in appearance

Turn up- Arrive
Turn down- reject

Take in – deceive
Take down- write down
Take on- to undertake/ allow passengers
Take off- to remove something / to leave  the     ground and begin to fly
Take over-take control of
Taken aback-surprised
Take up- consider
Take it- to endure
Take after- resemble a parent or relative
  


List of Phrasal Verbs
Phrasal Verbs                                                          
Put off- Postpone
Put up- stay/raise
Put on- wear
Put out-extinguish
Put down- write/suppress
Put by-to save an amount
Put forward-to make a suggestion
Put across- to communicate
Put up with-tolerate
Put an end to-stop
Break in – To forcefully enter
Break through-An act of over coming an obstacle

Call at- visit a place
Call on- visit a person
Call up-recollect
Call off-cancel something
Call for-demand
Call out-to summon or order
Call upon- announce

Get through- pass
Get over- recover from/overcome
Get off-escape
Get along- make progress
Get on- keep going
Get away- escape
Get around- overcome
Go on-continue
Go at- attack
Go with- match
Go for- choose/seek/attack
Go off-explode
Go into- investigate
Go through-examine
Go over- to review or analyse

Come at- to attack/ to obtain
Come across- To find or meet by chance
Come off-To happen

Bring out-reveal
Bring down-Reduce
Bring up-carry/convey

Give up-Abandon
Give out- Announce
Give in- Yield
Give away- To make a gift of
Look after- to take care of
Look up- search for/ to consider
Look forward-except or hope for
Look for-seek something
Look out- be wanted be careful
Looked down on –watch with dislike

Make shift- to understand
Make up for-to compensate for something
Make over- A transformation in appearance

Turn up- Arrive
Turn down- reject

Take in – deceive
Take down- write down
Take on- to undertake/ allow passengers
Take off- to remove something / to leave  the     ground and begin to fly
Take over-take control of
Taken aback-surprised
Take up- consider
Take it- to endure
Take after- resemble a parent or relative
  


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