Top 3 questions to firstly ask “yourself” for polishing your English in 2018 (Updated)

English is highly important to earn name, fame and money and to cement professional life.

Polishing your English skills is no joke. You have to initiate with a solid, systematic and detailed manner so that you can continue to follow on the same for a speedier, quicker and awesome manner right till the end. However, most of the times, we may be facing issues where inspite of working to the fullest, we don’t achieve the desired results. Hence, in order to get maximum possible results for the



    • Hardwork
    • Dedication
    • Seriousness
    • Patience
    • Indepth research

You need to read the following post for asking queries right for your own self for making the most of the available circumstances

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Do I know tenses?

Yes, tenses act as the backbone for polishing your English skills. Little or no knowledge of tenses will simply act as a death knell for you. Because of the following reasons:-

  • Tenses actually act as the biggest reason which helps you to construct sentences
    • Tenses give us the luxury to formulate sentences by keeping in mind the aspect of grammar

  • Tenses also give us the option to specifically create sentences by keeping in mind the emotions present in the specific sentence as well

For example:-

  • It is continuously raining like cats and dogs since morning (Present Continuous)
  • He has been studying for over two hours without getting up from the bed (Present Perfect Continuous)
  • I will go to meet you tomorrow (Future Perfect Tense)

  • He had gone there (Past Perfect Tense)

Likewise, there has been such a nature of emotions which can only be expressed through tenses


  1. Do I know vocabulary?

Attaining the perfection in English also require you to know lots of new words on daily basis. Yes because, most of us while trying to speak fail to create a sentence as we don’t get the exact word for it. However, that concern will end quickly. If you happen to learn one word daily by actually knowing the proper use of it.

That’s important.

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Where should I learn a new word?


Well, what can be the best platform than English newspaper? Yes, read it and note down the words which are unusual and you really don’t know its actual meaning.


Not only you write it down, but also make sentences out of it to help yourself know its exact formation

This practice won’t just help you to remember or memorize a new word, but also the way it should be used in a sentence.

Yes, that’s important because the formation of a specific sentence with the “usual” word is important.

Unless and until you don’t know it’s correct usage, then how come you will be able to formulate in a sentence?

For example

Let’s take different sentences into account with the word

  1. Enthusiasm (Noun) – I can see enthusiasm everywhere especially after the victory of India in the world cup
  2. Enthusiastic (Adjective) How enthusiastic you become after hearing the news of scoring the first position in the exam


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Top 10 Bollywood’s fearless villains of all times

Bollywood has seen some of the best performances from actors who purely did the roles of villains and justified the same as well. Their exemplary acting skills made us hate them and this further authenticated their extreme talent. They were popularly referred as the “bad guys” of Bollywood on screen. They were indeed responsible for creating a balancing act in the movies by binding the interest of audience as well. “Happy ending” could not be possible if these on screen bad guys were not beaten to death as well. While reading the following article, you will get to know the following top 10 popular villains of Bollywood:-

Amjad Khan

Known as Gabbar Singh, he bagged enough limelight. His knack of delivering the dialogues was simply mesmerizing to say the least. Some of the renowned dialogues which are still afresh in the minds of one and all are the “ab tera kya hoga kaalia”, “kitne aadmi the”.


Amrish Puri as Mogambo

Can you recall any villain whose best way to terrorize people was to shout a lot amidst his witty smile? It is hard for you, since there is no other actor than Amrish Puri whose roles have certainly given the story a more meaningful weight. After all, no one can forget the dialogue Mogambo Khush Hua. Isn’t it?
Danny Denzongpa

Referred as Katya, his sophistication and perfection in different scenes in terms of dialogues, to costumes to every thing was simple superb to say the least.



Referred as Gajendra, his witty style can make every body turn sour. His on screen role was enough towards showcasing the evil minded reaction of the person who is hell bent in creating problems for others. His dedications and skills are worth to be remembered and his role in the movie, Ram and Shyam where he played as Gajendra was simply mind-blowing to say the least. He indeed ruled the bollywood industry in 1960s and 1970s.


Prem Chopra

Prem Chopra further took the industry to its never ending position with his evil roles which made every one hate him. This is where his acting skills come into play. We cannot forget his famous line of the movie Bobby, where his dialogue was “Prem Naam Hai Mera, Prem Chopra” is still in the minds of one and all. Isn’t it?


Gulshan Grover as Bad Man

When there is a talk of Bad Man, how can we miss the role of Gulshan Grover who was actually quite fond of the word “Bad Man” and loved to be called so. His sophistication in doing the roles is worth to be praised for sure as well.


Vinod Khanna

Vinod Khanna done the role as a bad man in the movies such as Sachaa Jhutha (1970), Purab Aur Paschim (1970), Mera Gaon Mera Desh are worth being remembered. He had a knack of binding the audience and he totally justified the role as well.


Anupam Kher as Dr Dang

There are some of the villains whose acting will never go away with the wind as it will be remembered for ever. and Dr Dang is one of them. The popular dialogue “is thappad ki goonj” cannot take away the charisma and hype as he justified the role as well. Isn’t it?


Lalita Pawar

Amongst the list of male villains, the lady whose acting skills indeed earned her position amongst the list of top 10 villains of bollywood. Lalita Pawar is still known as the devil mother-in-law as she perfectly portrayed the role of a typical and harsh “mother-in-law”. Her acting skills have created such a long lasting impression that people in real life associate any “harsh” mother-in-law with her.


Jeevan as Naarad Muni

Bollywood know this man as Narad Muni and his career was at peak in 60s, 70s and 80s. His negative roles in movies like Amar Akbar Anthony and Naseeb are some of the best performances as well.

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