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Idiomatic expressions with die

Die out When a species dies out, it becomes extinct. Die out can also mean subside, wane or fade away. Plants died out for want of water. The chiming of the bell died out....

Past Perfect Continuous Tense

The past perfect continuous tense is used to talk about longer actions or situations which had continued up to the past moment that we are thinking about. Examples are given below. At that time...

Small Talk | Sample Conversation

We often engage in conversations with strangers we meet at places like railway stations and bus stops. Here are some sample dialogues using the conversational structures you learned in the previous lessons. Conversation 1...

Talking about family relationships

Here are some useful phrases for discussing family and relationships. Parents and grandparents ‘Where do your parents live?’ ‘My parents live in Kerala.’ ‘Are your parents still alive?’ ‘Yes, my parents are still alive.’...