i want to know. i wonder. i wish i knew. i should like to know. i wanna know. would like to know. i just want to know. i would be interested to know. What word also means interested? sympathetic, obsessed, keen, involved, engrossed, responsive, absorbed, implicated, attentive, excited, gone, fired,Read More →

a giving up or handing over; surrender. the utterance or enunciation of words. vocal and bodily behavior during the presentation of a speech: a speaker’s fine delivery. What are the four methods of delivery for a speech? Four Delivery Styles. The four most common delivery styles for public speaking includeRead More →

Answer: Objectively speaking, it can be a mortal sin. … Hence to lie under an oath invoking God as a witness — for example, I swear to tell the whole truth … so help me God — is a very grave sin. The Hebrew word also implies that using God’sRead More →

Tips for Calling in Sick to Work Call as soon as possible. Let your boss know about your illness as soon as possible. … Keep it brief. Don’t go into great detail about your illness. … Let your team know. … Explain your availability. … Mention any important information. …Read More →

Loyal, faithful, as in You can count on her support; she’s true blue. This expression alludes to the idea of blue being the color of constancy, but the exact allusion is disputed. One theory holds it alludes to the unchanging blue sky, another to the fastness of a blue dyeRead More →

Don’t Expect Too Much. … Keep Your Cool. What do you say to a headhunter? 13 questions to ask a headhunter What is your recruiting specialty/niche? What do you wish you saw more of in candidates? How many candidates have you placed for this company? What’s your relationship with theRead More →

Felicitate, on the other hand, carries the following meanings: 1. To wish joy or happiness to: “The parents of the bride wanted to felicitate the newly wedded couple before they left for their honeymoon.” What is the difference between congratulations and felicitations? As nouns the difference between congratulation and felicitation.Read More →

compliments. felicitations. greetings. hail. best wishes. give a ‘hear-hear’ good going. good wishes. What is the difference between congratulations and best wishes? The Oxford dictionary defines ‘best wishes’ as an expression of hope for someon’e future happiness or welfare…the definition of ‘congratulations’ in the same dictionary as expressing praise forRead More →

Ghee (pronounced GEE with a hard G), the Hindi word for “fat,” can be used as a synonym for clarified butter, with one difference. Unlike in the French technique, ghee traditionally simmers for a while, browning the milk solids and adding a slightly nutty flavor to the finished product. WhatRead More →