Day 4 – 10 Daily Use English Words

Day 4 – 10 Daily Use English Words

Day 4 - 10 Daily Use English Words
Day 4 – 10 Daily Use English Words

Day 4 – 10 Daily Use English Words [hide]

1. Appreciate: Verb

To say thanks to someone or recognizing one’s goodness or deed.


  1. We really appreciate your work.
  2. I appreciate your help.

2. Bother: Verb

To inconvenience or to trouble or to excuse.


  1. Don’t bother to cook your own food.
  2. Sorry to bother you.

3. Recognise or Recognize: Verb

To identify someone or something.


  1. Her hair and dressing style made her easy to recognise.
  2. I recognised her when she removed mask.

4. Favour: Noun

To ask help or support.


  1. Can I ask you a favour?
  2. Aren’t you in favour of a ban on 59 Chinese apps including TikTok, Helo, UC Browser?
  3. He made her write a document in his favour.

 5. Dust off: Verb

To clean or remove the dust on surface of something.


  1. I dusted off the TV, computer and their tables.
  2. They are dusting off the old cars and decorating them for exhibition.

6. Slice: Verb

To chop or cut something into thin and flat pieces.


  1. She is slicing the onions.
  2. He sliced carrots.

7. Fold: Verb

To bend something .


  1. I am folding blankets.
  2. She folded clothes.

8. Untidy: Adjective

Not being clean and neat and things are not in order.


  1. This room is untidy.
  2. His handwriting is untidy, he must improve his handwriting.

9. Decrease: Verb

To make something smaller in amount or size or degree.


  1. Air pollution has decreased substantially due to the lockdown in Hyderabad.
  2. Janvi, please decrease the sound of the TV.
  3. Vehicles sales decreased sharply this year.

10. Trash: Noun

Waste things. Not valuable.


  1. I am removing the trash.
  2. I threw away the trash.
  3. This serial is trash really, I have wasted my time.