neellwrites/idiomaticallyyours/13/01/2017

IDIOMATICALLY YOURS: I’LL EAT MY HAT By Neel Anil Panicker   MEANING: It means to suggest that one would be surprised over an occurrence. EXAMPLE: I’ll eat my hat if the BJP wins the forthcoming UP elections. (c)neelanilpanicker2017#idiom#354 IDIOMATICALLY YOURS: JOHN HANCOCK By Neel Anil Panicker  MEANING: To write one’s signature EXAMPLE: I was asked … Continue reading neellwrites/idiomaticallyyours/13/01/2017

neelwrites/idiomaticallyyours/08/01/2017

IDIOMATICALLY YOURS: I’LL EAT MY HAT By Neel Anil Panicker   MEANING: It means to suggest that one would be surprised over an occurrence. EXAMPLE: I’ll eat my hat if the BJP wins the forthcoming UP elections. (c)neelanilpanicker2017#idiom#354   IDIOMATICALLY YOURS: JOHN HANCOCK By Neel Anil Panicker   MEANING: To write one’s signature EXAMPLE: I … Continue reading neelwrites/idiomaticallyyours/08/01/2017

neelwrites/idiomaticallyyours/05/01/2017

IDIOMATICALLY YOURS: FOAM AT THE MOUTH By Neel Anil Panicker MEANING: To be extremely angry EXAMPLE: Last year on November 8 when India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the demonetisation of high value currency notes it left a lot of black money hoarders foaming at their mouths. c)neelanilpanicker2017#idiom#360 IDIOMATICALLY YOURS: GOING TO HELL IN A … Continue reading neelwrites/idiomaticallyyours/05/01/2017

neelwrites/english/figuresofspeech/01/01/2017

A LICK AND A PROMISE By Neel Anil Panicker If one gives something a lick and a promise, it means one has done something in a hurry__and as happens in such cases__,incompletely, and intends to return to it later. A prime example would be India’s demonetisation exercise launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the … Continue reading neelwrites/english/figuresofspeech/01/01/2017