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Srinu, Khammam.
Q: He was materialised - Please say in Telugu.
A: He was materialized - no meaning. He materialized = He appeared
suddenly and in a way nobody can understand. (o-d E--
-- v-z y JE
J- - Anchor v
/ vu-~--)
Q: Command/ order - Please say the difference.
. p A: Command = c = Order. 'order' n o.
N u-v- anchoring J*
x---o .. Anchor Usha Kiran, Machilipatnam.
q Ah-h v~-
- . - v-z J
The police ran after... Q: Once there was living a good king ruling
Simhapuri. All the people of the town
were satisfied with the ruling of the king.
--, anchor --pJh uu Nivedita, Balasamudram. The king didn't have any proudness.
(comments) v~-- q-----a. Whenever the people came to his court
Q: The school building is located in Brodipeta
in Vijayawada/ The school building is situ- with problems, he used to listen to them
ated in Brodipeta in Vijayawada. - Let me patiently and solved their problems
A nchoring u-i N, know the meanings of the above under- wisely. He didn't do injustice to anyone.
u N u-v--j, anchor v~-- lined words. One day some people went to the king
and brought the problem to his notice - Is
q u. v-z A: Located = situated. 805
y v-z- _o x cheers y this story correct? If there are any mis-
Q: He is negating = E -o
v~- a anchor -Lq takes please correct them.
- Can this translation be correct? / ---. A: Almost correct - Except the following
E. A: Correct. Historical building = a building having
Suppose there is a time gap between one sentences- Once there was living a good
Q: 'Respected' - Is this word used? As a lot of importance in history king.... All the people of the kingdom
item and the next one. It is the responsibility members use the above word when they
(J-v vu
of the anchor to see that the audiences do not o d.) were happy with (satisfied with - not
give a speech/ speech for eg: Respected Monument = A building, statue etc. built to wrong, but happy with - better).
become restless. Engage them with some Principal/ Principal sir.
jokes, or songs by singers from among the remind people of a famous person/ event Whenever people came... he listened to
A: Respected before a name/ a person's desig- used to them patiently and attended to
audiences. ( v uh/ v -- v
nation (Respected principal, etc.) is OK, h---- d Et/ Nv, etc.) them. (NOT solve them). One day some
but Respected Sir, is not proper. people went to the king and brought their
Principal Sir = Respected Principal. But in problem to his notice.
British/ American English, Mr. Principal/ Historical building Monument
Q: What is the difference between a lot and
Madam Principal is OK. lots?
Respected Principal sir - Not correct. A: A lot = lots.
Q: Visual/ Visualize, historical building/ mon-
ument. - Let me know the meanings in M. Suresh Babu, Nirmal.
Red fort Taj Mahal Q: In a lesson you have written the
Another responsibility is to ensure that Is Taj Mahal called a historical building or following:
the participants in the next item get ready by monument? All historical buildings are monuments Bhavan asked Mohan which of the two
the time the item going on on the stage ends. A: Visual = connected with what we can see = but all monuments may not be historical was that weekend (IDS). Can't we write
Suppose a play has to be staged. It usu- --E/ %d -C-*. buildings. the above as follows:
ally takes sometime to arrange the settings. The dance was a visual feast = %u - The Red fort/ Agra fort is a historical Bhavan asked Mohan which of the two
It is in this interval that the anchor should -N. building, but the Taj Mahal is a monu- that weekend was? And also in the above
keep the audience engaged. Invite some Visualise = imagine a picture/ form a picture ment. sentence you haven't put the question mark
from among the audience to share jokes/ of something in our mind (%uEo at the end of the sentence - Please clarify.
humourous stories with the audience. A: ....... which of the two was that weekend
These are all the responsibilities of the

Prosecuting MBA..?
= .... which of the two that weekend was.
anchor/ compere/ master of ceremonies. As either of the above is not a question,
we don't add a question mark in the end.
Sofiya, Janagaon. In indirect speech there are no questions.
Deepak, Q: The more he learns the more Q: Sir, let me know the pronunciation given
Q: The police ran along/ ran after the thief in bracket is correct or not.
Gopalapatnam. humble he is/ humble - --C d?
- Which is correct?
Q: Why aren't the first letters of A: The more he learns, the humbler Director (/ j-d).
the words: history, geography, he becomes. A: Director - Correct.
physics, chemistry, biology, Q: The total number of boys are/ is
maths, civics, economics, capi- present - Which is right? Vishal, Ongole.
talised? - Aren't they proper A: All the boys are present.
nouns? Similarly moon, sun Q: -O -O -x-- --- --Jp- ?
M. SURESAN We don't say, 'the total number of
and earth, world and star - A: Have you put your children in school?
boys is/ are present'. We say, of
Please let's know. course, the number of boys present is 35, 40 etc. Q: If they are going there, they will feel
A: How are they proper nouns? They are happy/ If they were going there, they
Q: He grew / became repentant - -D-E -n?
words for different subjects and not names would feel happy - Are these two sen-
A: Both are correct, but, 'he grew repentant', is
A: The police ran after the thief - Correct. like Deepak, Sekhar, etc. Same is the case better. tences correct?
Q: I have been observing you that you have with the moon, the sun and the earth. A: a) If they go there they will feel happy,
Q: Would you mind my asking about you? /
looking at the book - Can present perfect Q: bag zip B h- d my asking of you? and
tense be used in the above manner? (Zip down the bag and put these books) - A: '........ about you,' is correct. b) If they went there, they would feel
A: I have been observing that you have been Can this one be correct? Q: Of all creation 'man' alone is gifted with happy - Correct.
looking at the book - Correct. reason - Is this correct? Let me know the Q: What are they doing to him - Is this cor-
Q: She is no more? - Is the question mark meaning please. rect? I have heard the above sentence in
necessary to be kept here? A: In the whole creation, man (the human a movie - Please clarify.
A: In ordinary conversation, it is OK to say, being - better, because woman also should A: Correct.
'She is no more?'. If it is said as a ques- be included) alone is gifted with reason - Q: The hero fights with the vilans/ fights the
tion, the question mark is important. Correct. vilan.
Without the question mark it will be a Meaning of sentence: %d h E A: ........... villains (not vilans) - both are
statement. v -*-- h y--C. correct.
Q: Apart from doing M.A. I am doing/ pros- ( -- v - h E.)
ecuting MBA. - Are the above right?
A: Apart from doing MA, I am doing (pros- A: Open/ Zip open the bag and put the books '-p- --Tx- - -*- ---.. Mail your comments to
ecuting - Correct, but bookish) MBA too/ in (it).
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Q: Masculine/ m skj lIn/- u\--L Is this pronounced as the
above? Should we pronounce as same as it is transcribed in pho-
netic manner? Phonetic - ---?
A: It is pronounced as above, but is not Telugu . It is a sound we
make not by using our throat (not glottal) but above the vocal
806 cords.

Peraiah Sastry, Girnibavi.

Reading, Studying --u --?

-Veerji, Hanamkonda.
Q: Erase, rub - Please say the difference.
A: Erase = Remove/ wipe off something Q: p ---
completely (without any trace) --, o How can we say this in English?
- N--. (He is reading better than he was in the
It is impossible to erase from our memory G. Subrahmanyam, Suresh, Mancherial. past - Is this sentence correct?)
the injustices of the British rule. (vG Vizianagaram. Q: They have been watching T.V. dur- A: He () is studying much better now
- --J-T- u-- c- * Q: Sir, minimum d? mini- ing three hours/ They have been than before/ He is doing much better at
-- u.) mal d? , watching T.V. in the past three studies than before.
Rub = Move something with some force on a - least E hours - x * Reading = j, (Newspaper)/ Story
surface - E-O-j --C C-N-d J--? - Please p--p T.V. (not continuously) Book N -.
clarify. h o Do both the above
A: Minimum - F This is a sentences give the same meaning?
noun as well as an adjective. Is the translation of both sentences
Minimum = The smallest amount/ quantity/ correctly written?
number possible - u yp. A: They have been watching the TV off and
1) Use as a noun: Rs.100/- is the minimum/ A on during the past three hours.
minimum of Rs.100/- is the amount I want Q: It is located in Mancherial/ It is situated in
you to pay - y F .100/- Mancherial - Let me know the difference.
Lx--E --o. A: Answered earlier. Located = situated.
2) As an adjective: A degree in science is the Studying = Subject/ exam - (n
- Kumar, Madanapalle.
He rubbed the table with sand paper = Table minimum qualification for the job = u- -E, h----.)
sand paper (Shine paper - -E F | vU. Q: In our village there are 2 English medium Q: Oxygen helps in burning - Please say in
carpenters) . Minimal - Adjective = Very small in size/ schools. In those schools, Maths teachers Telugu.
Rub ointment = ointment amount - the smallest possible - u-i- are saying the students tables, as Two One A: q- ---C/ -hC.
Q: Finally - jM, practically - vdx, usually \-. is Two and Two Ten is Twenty. I feel that it Q: y -- -L
- @x/ -L; completed - x- I want this to be done at the minimal cost = is not the right form. As per my opinion it Please say in English (You should be
Are the above pronunciations right? C Oj- \ a ---- is Two Ones are Two and Two Tens are able to read as well as you can play).
'ted' end u - -? o. Twenty. A: You must study as well as you can play/
Houses/ hauziz/ "ses" end u - I want you to arrest him but with the mini- Please kindly let me know which is the You must do as well at studies as you do
''> -? N-J-. mal publicity = y Eo -- B right and correct form to say the tables. at play/ games.
A: Finally = faIn li = jL. F A \ v-. A: The correct form is, one one is one, one Q: I am a doctor - Let me know the subject.
Usually - Ju: u li = V (measure Modern usage E-- two is two, etc. But from the 2nd multipli- A: The sentence talks about 'I', so 'I' is the
su )L. Practically - vdx Correct. . O-od least -a. cation table it is: subject.
Sx completed - Id - English I - Q: Write the words reading/ reading them out Two ones are two, two twos are four, ..... Q: Their house is past the Registrar Office -
' Jh . Cl ' -hC. = h () - -- eight sixes are forty eight, etc. Rxx J>-Z - C. Is this
The point is obvious, isn't it? Two ones, right?
hau I - I, Jh . . - ----- d-?
* a ' l . h j* hC. A: Correct. two twos - Plural. A: Right.

Anchor u- --o, Anchor v-z--j

x -- ? h v-z- Ey-- u
T- u. T \ finish --L.
s - p z --?
- B. Vivek, Korukonda.
For L ? sentence CN-
Q: Sir, English pronunciation - a?
C* Eo doubts o. S - , ; G - , I met her first time before four years ago, I met
; OE -s pronounce her first time in 1999 -a!
memorable, etc - Here's (for example) the L? vowels h N
magic show by the ace/ internationally A: Four years ago - -q-
pronounce Lq C? C period ? -x
known/ the wizard Sri Mukund and his
A: -u (p ) vowel sounds (point of time) ?
troupe. Let me stand no longer between you
and the show.
y a single 's' 'z' l -. For four years = --x C period of
Eg: Was, lose, etc. loose v . time.
v-z y that was marvel- y voiced consonants (- -
-z-- last item a- now we are
-v lous/ fantastic/ mind-blowing, wasn't it? Before four years - expression, x
going to conclude/ end our evening's pro- That brings us to the end/ close of this
) b, d, g, z (size z ) y a n . Four years ago
gramme with a grand performance of a s, z -. (D p ). 'r'
grand show. Thank you audience, for your . -a: Four years before
magic show (for example) by ...... ( v-z encouragement/ patronage.
y a 's' z -. his marriage (= E Rx -x )
Labs, roads, bags, walls, rooms, pens -
- J ), y J That's all for this evening. I am sure you he first saw her.
p-, C-* N- p, JE C all enjoyed it.
Fo z . rule E . N, N - Q: * Vocabulary books (Simple style and
-u -u--j y vote of hC, 's' p z , p ' -
OC h. standard, simple words) ----.
thanks, y N u-v- .
A: * Vocabulary books o.
p -h---i/ q L-T
N u-v T-- National anthem Q: Eo x - 2, 3, 4 vowels, conso-
v-z *- d- v~- E-
nants h-. E -L? words N , -s
*J * . E O C (B U) C. E Anchor
Ex: Precious - Please explain completely.
L C ---- O -Lq
-a: T--a.
The highlight of the evening's pro- Let's all stand up now and sing our A: -iou p ' -L. Precious -
v, cautious - , etc. (p iou - ; 1) An ABC of English Usage by G.H. Vallins.
gramme/ the chief attraction of the evening's national anthem in chorus ( L
programme/ the item/ show you've (you ion - . tuition = u, etc.) 2) Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis.
)/ B U CD NE-h, Let us all
have) all been waiting for all along/ a fitting stand up as the national anthem is played, Q: In a spoken English lesson - "I met her first - ---- h (Norman Lewis)
finale (L) (= the last part of an exciting and after that, we disperse. This is .... four years ago" o. Period of time --i-C.
performance) to the evening's programme/ (Anchor ) bidding you farewell and
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T. Siva, Nandikotkur.
Q: The train left a few minutes ago/ back - Which is correct?
A: The train left a few minutes ago - Correct. Back - Wrong.
Q: (a) I won't let them come here.
(b) I don't let them come here n o N?
A: I won't (will not) let them come here = N-u- E-y.
I don't let them come here = \- E-y, p/ p.

An apple of
someone's eye --. .?
Would you fancy tea..?
Kumar: Hi Prakash, welcome. Long since we Prakash: Oh, take your time. No hurry. I
Satyaraj, Rangasaipet.
met. What brings you here? (, , v , would prefer your company to your tea. (F
Q: Sir, please let me know how an 'idiom' is
-- E V-j C. a?) d *a- B. F F
different from a 'phrasal verb'? How can
Prakash: Perhaps you know I had not been - u ).
they be identified? Please explain, if we
here for the past two weeks. I returned just Kumar: Would you move aside a little? The
are reading an English newspaper, we may Lq - , \\p verb yesterday from Machilipatnam. (F -- tea is in the shelf behind you. (h \
see some verbs which are combined with a.
prepositions, adjectives or adverb. How
-, - E-\ E. Eo --? F o --
eg: Give something a miss (= not to go/ attend a *-M-o *). C).
can we understand if they are idioms or a meeting etc.) - This is a verb. Kumar: Good to see you. How about some Prakash: Not at all. But why take all this
phrasal verbs? A phrasal verb on the other hand is always coffee? (---o- . h trouble? I've come just to spend sometime
A: An idiom is 1) a group of words the mean- a verb. B--?) with you. Can't we do without the coffee
ing of which as a whole is different from
eg: Look after = to take care of. Though the Prakash: I've (I have) come just to see you. and tea? (--. v?
the meaning of each word in it.
meaning of the whole group of words is No coffee for me. Thanks all the same. F -E a.
Take for example the idiom 'An apple of different from the meaning of each of the
someone's eye' - This means someone very
(Eo --E a. coffee \- , , --?)
words in it, it is still a VERB. x. thanks.) Kumar: It is more for my coffee, than for
dear to somebody.
So an idiom need not be a verb, a phrasal Kumar: Would you fancy tea then? ( your tea. I think I got it from my dad. He
eg: My sister is the apple of my father's eye = would drink a lot of coffee. (C , F
verb is always a verb. B--?)
My sister is the favourite of my father/ his coffee u . o
Sometimes an idiom, if it functions as a Prakash: That would be fine. (j ).
verb, it can be a phrasal verb too. Kumar: Would you mind waiting for a few * C *aC. --p
You see here that there is no connection
eg: Give up = stop. This is both an idiom and minutes? Your tea will be ready in no time -.)
between Apple, someone's eye on the one
hand, and favourite/ pet on the other. Such phrasal verb. There are a good number of ( -? y- F l
expressions are idioms. such expressions in English. C.)
2) An idiom need not always be a verb/ a Q: Satya is not the cleverest of all boys (SD)
group of verbs. For example, 'The apple of Satya is not cleverer than some other boys
(CD). Some other boys are at least as clever How about?/ What about? =
someone's eye' neither is a verb as a whole
/ E/
nor any of the words in it is a verb. So it as Satya (PD) - Are the above correct? x -?
need not be a verb - C verb u A: Correct. Would you fancy some coffee? \
would -: Polite request = u---y-

I have been to...

''Would you let me sit next to you
(Please)?'' = O \ a-E-h?/ O \
N. Pentaiah, Dharmajipeta. Look at the following expressions and b) That'd (That would) be fine =
Q: , C u- - their meanings. C = C -d .
, n NJ. a) Where have you All the same = just the same = --p-. a.
gone? Fancy = like (d--) That suits me fine/ That's (That is) OK for
b) Where did you go? c) Where you went? Would you mind = mind? = u--? me.
d) Where you have gone? Do without = get on without something = 5) Would you mind...? /Do you mind...?/
e) Where you do go? f) Where do you go? (j) - X Do without. Mind...? = O-o u--?
A: a) Where have you gone? - This question I can do with a thousand rupees a day = a) Pranav: Would you mind/ Mind my sitting
has no meaning in English. Where have you been? - Right. V u - d (- here? = \ a- O-o u-
'Where have you gone?' - The verb here is, Have you ever gone abroad? - Wrong. ) X I can do without any money from -?
'have gone' - have + PP - refers to a past Have you ever been abroad? - Right you (F * s - --) Narayana: Not al all. Go ahead. ( --
action, time not stated. It means that the per- C -----i phrasal verb. DEo
b) Where did you go? - This is correct.
, a.)
son is still away somewhere, hav- O daily conversation practise . b) Manohar: Hope you don't mind my asking
Here did go refers to a past action
ing gone there. In such a situa- p functional English 'would' use you, can I have that book for a few days?
at a definite time. y- \
tion, that is, when the person is
- x/
Eo/ o/ l etc.? - Correct. l: Look at the following sentences from (OO ---, h Eo--
not in our presence, how can we the conversation above:
c) Where you went? - Wrong.
V B--a?)
ask them 'where have you gone?'. 1. What brings you here? Karuna: Certainly, but could you wait till
Only after they return, can we ask Where did you go? - Correct.
2. How about some coffee? tomorrow? I hope to finish reading it by
them. 'Where have you been?' - Where you went? - Not in the ques-
tion form. Questions in English 3. Would you fancy tea then? then. (p-, F h --- -
always have the Verb/ Helping verb
'O \- Rx a? E.
M. SURESAN 4. That would be fine
? - C - h--C).-
'Have gone' verb 'you' before the subject. would ..
, , I/ We . 5. Would you mind...?
eg: 1) Are you a teacher? 1) u future from the past
I have gone to Hyderabad - j--- 6. I would prefer your company...
verb sub * N-u- .
He said yesterday that he would help me =
x. j--- o, E ? 2) Are you studying?
J-j h u-, u---y-
--p -J -? - (Helping verb) + (Main verb) --p 'would' -- l, -J.
E j-- * AJ--*a y I This is so even in 'wh' questions, that is,
-- sentence . Eo o, h-E.
(oC, Eo , Eo (Past)
have been (have gone ) to Hyderabad questions beginning with what, when, where, What brings you here? = a?
. , we , you Jh-hC. * future ).
who, which, why, how, etc. E- -j V y *a-- 2) j u- a- (offer -).
I/ We/ You have gone to Hyderabad d) Wrong - for reasons explained above. p ' a? J-p ? 3) Polite permission Would you mind
- Wrong. e) Not a correct question - Reasons given ? E-C equivalent - What brings my sitting here?/ Would you let me
I/ We/ You have been to Hyderabad above. you here? Hope it is not an ill-wind that brings
- Right. Where do you go? - Correct. (\---h? you here. ( -L EEo\- a -
4) Polite requests - Would you help me in the
Where have you gone? - Wrong. Regular / p) ? E) -C DEo
p n --. F 'What brings you matter? ( N- h
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The killer instinct = -- L-T \--d-
--oC C-/ - ENh --oC
C----/Desire to act for our own advantage without minding
the hurt it causes to others.
Basic instinct = The way people/ animals naturally react or behave,
without thinking about a situation/ j / -
. LE - j (instinct) - J--.

Tomboy.. --s -..!

A.Sridhar, Onipenta.
colours = t-N-y- v-Jhh,
Q: , C - n N-J-. * h- G-E.
1) Pass out 2) Database 3) Killer instinct
13) Rocking = Make someone/ something
4) Basic instinct 5) Energetic 6) Portfolio
move forwards and backwards - j o/
7) Mission possible 8) Polyphonic 5) Energetic = Have 9) Open cast - A process of steel
a lot of energy = h manufacturing (\ -K
Jj , \ x .
9) Open cost 10) Firebrand 11) Tomboy
14) Introvert = One who is shy, quiet and
12) Flamboyant 13) Rocking 14) Introvert LT . -i lA)
He is an energetic young man and 10) Firebrand - A person causing can't mix freely with others = G-
15) Extrovert 16) Possessiveness
A: 1) Pass out = To become unconscious = makes himself busy with a num- social or political trouble by -- --- --E-
p % p. ber of activities. opposing authority and encourag- (-t-).
6) Portfolio = n--o. ing others to do the same = C-- 15) Extrovert = -J L-N- -x.
a) v-y-u vA D-- M. SURESAN o--JE C-J*/ -- Extrovert X Introvert
E . Arun Jaitley holds - J-p uh. 16) Possessiveness = The desire to have
the defence portfolio (~ ). 11) Tomboy = a girl who dresses and acts like
somebody's love and affection for one-
b) A brief case/ a file carrying documents/ a boy, liking a boy's activities
self = uh h v---
drawings of a great artist. (u-i v/ - --.
-E - y.
Q: Toned Milk Pasteurised Milk
-- *v- - *o
d/ file).
When he was hit by the lorry he passed out c) uh C F x/ d---
and lay on the road. (K Eo -, -C-* v - case/ file. A: Toned milk = O -T-* h
7) Mission possible = Mission = Any work
p % p- f O Fx/ - L- a .
o). that someone believes it is their duty to do Pasteurised milk = Milk maintained at a con-
2. Database = The large amount of informa- = NC Ey-- --- E. stant temperature so all bacteria are killed
tion stored in a computer and can be readi- Mission possible = u-i NC. and milk is preserved for a longer time =
ly referred to whenever we need it = com- 8) Polyphonic = Of several different sounds \ Ey - O E
puter E~h o, --p - of music played/ sung together = l- 12) Flamboyant = Behaving very confident- ~ t-v- E- g-v- Ey
p -- - EC. / v- U Nu. ly, and showing a preference for bold * .
- K.V.Rao, Visakhapatnam.

My appetite has been sluggish.. Q: , C x ux --j

/ -- n N-
1. This book will appeal to children.
writing out a prescription - take the first
2. These peaceful surroundings are very much
- -j-u-, -T --u --J-T- ---..
set of tablets one tablet a day after meal,
Prabhakar: Good morning, doctor. to my liking
and the second set of tablets once a day at
Dr. Srikanth: Good morning. What can I do 3. His lecture went down very well.
bed time. You'll be (You will be) OK in 3
for you?/What's (What is) your problem? 4. I never lost my love for the countryside.
days. See me after three days. ( --
(-. -- O?/O - . \ O h-o. 5. She is mad about modelling and he is crazy
u?) Gx y about bike racing.
Prabhakar: I've been feeling feverish since p V , C vA ---- 6. She adores chocolate.
last night, doctor. I have a severe -p. V y -.) temperature. (vA 7. I was very much attached to my old TV.
headache. (Eo vA * y o-
* y od
Prabhakar: What about diet, doctor? (u E--hC. temperature -.) A: 1. This book will interest / will be of inter-
dC, doctor. Bv-i -p). est to children/ children will find the
A d--?) 2) A headache - h-- fever,
Dr. Srikanth: How is your appetite? What is
Dr. Srikanth: Avoid all oily substances. Be on headache, stomach ache - Fo counta- book interesting.
your temperature like? What did you have
milk and butter milk rice. ( h
- bles. -E O singulars a/ an 2. To my liking = I like
for dinner last night? (O A- J
? -- C? vA - Jh
- . , >b- o A.) p -Lq. 3. The audience received his lecture very well.
Ao?) 3 & 4 Appetite = A desire to eat something. (It interested them).
Prabhakar: Yes, doctor, I forgot to tell you.
A- J. -u s-- 4. I never lost my love for the village side (=
My appetite has been sluggish for the past
x appetite . C lack countryside) = I always loved the village
of appetite . A- J side.
few days. I haven't taken my temperature.
Look at the following words from the passage - Appetite is sluggish . 5. She likes modelling very much and he likes
(, doctor , p J-. above: V- sluggish appetite bike racing very much.
1) I've (I have) been feeling feverish since
Eo V- L h -T-*C.
temperature -E--.) u J x. u jaundice -
last night. appetite sluggish C. mad about.. crazy about..
Dr. Srikanth: Well, let me see. Lie down on
the table there please... ... I see, you are
2) I have a severe headache. Appetite N-K--i J n
running a temperature. It is about 101oF. 3) How is your appetite? .
( l. table O -... O 4) My appetite has been sluggish. Most film magazines and some TV chan-
temperature C. 101oF.) 5) You are running a temperature. nels carry scandals that try to satisfy pub-
Prabhakar: I suspected as much, doctor, so 6) What diet do I take doctor? lic appetite for scandal. = t vA-
what do I do now, doctor. (---- -hC ? Fo s- doc- , Eo TV channels x x v--o
C. p o -- tor _- Rx--p E. p J- %h---h-.
d ?) J* N- l? 5) Run a temperature = have a temperature
1) Feeling feverish: y o-x -. = x . 6. She loves chocolate very much. (Adore =
Dr. Srikanth: Don't you worry. It is just an
(Feverish n, -- 6) Diet = u = uC-v-h B- -J-N-- worship)
ordinary fever. It will come down soon.
(O ---. C y. o.) Feverish y i . 7. I was sentimental/ sentimentally in love
y- _-C.) o-x-, y x E- . Patient: What diet do you suggest, with my old TV.
Prabhakar: So nothing to worry about it a) Mohan: You look dull. What's the matter? doctor? (O u B---?)
doctor? What diet do I take doctor? ( F- E--h-o?) Doctor: Be on a liquid diet for a day or
two - that will help. (v B-
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( - --\-- ?) Sivaram: Since last night I've been feeling
Dr. Srikanth: Absolutely nothing. Here, I am quite feverish. Of course I don't have a V--. C *C). www.eenadupratibha.net