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Magic Words                                      Level 01                                     Session 01                  ...
A          a•    abandon, abandons, abandoning,     abandoned (Verb)•    to leave completely and finally, to give up•    S...
B            b•    Babble, Babbles, Babbling, Babbled (Verb)•    to utter sounds or words imperfectly, indistinctly,     o...
C          c•    Cackle, Cackles, Cackling, Cackled (Verb)•    to utter a shrill, broken sound or cry, as     of a hen. to...
D          d•    Dab, Dabs, Dabbing, Dabbed (Verb)•    to pat or tap gently. to apply (a     substance) by light strokes. ...
E          e•    Earmark, Earmarks, Earmarking, Earmarked     (Verb)•    to set aside for a specific purpose, use,     rec...
F           f•    Fabricate, Fabricates, Fabricating, Fabricated (Verb)•    to make by art or skill and labor. to make by ...
G          g•    Gabble, Gabbles, Gabbling, Gabbled     (Verb)•    to speak or converse rapidly and     unintelligibly. he...
H          h•    Hack, Hacks, Hacking, Hacked (Verb)•    to cut, notch, slice, chop, or sever. to break up     the surface...
I          i• Ice, Ices, Icing, Iced (Verb)• to cover with ice. to change into  ice. to cool with ice. to cover  (cake, sw...
J          j• Jab, Jabs, Jabbing, Jabbed (Verb)• to poke, or thrust abruptly or  sharply, as with the end or point  of a s...
K          k• Keel, Keels, Keeling, Keeled  (Verb)• to turn or upset so as to  bring the wrong side or part  uppermost.• W...
L          l• Label, Labels, Labeling, Labeled  (Verb)• to affix a label to. to designate or  describe by or on a label. t...
M m• Machine, Machines, Machining,  Machined (Verb)• to make, prepare, or finish with a  machine or with machine tools.• S...
N n•    Nag, Nags, Nagging, Nagged (Verb)•    to annoy by persistent faultfinding,     complaints, or demands. to keep in ...
O o• Obey, Obeys, Obeying, Obeyed  (Verb)• to comply with or follow the  commands, restrictions, wishes, or  instructions....
P          p•    Pace, Paces, Pacing, Paced (Verb)•    to set the pace for, as in racing. to     traverse or go over with ...
Q q• Quack, Quacks, Quacking, Quacked  (Verb)• to utter the cry of a duck or a sound  resembling it. to treat in the  mann...
R         r• Race, Races, Racing, Raced (Verb)• to engage in a contest of speed. to  run horses or dogs in races.• Synonym...
S         s• Sabotage, Sabotages, Sabotaging,  Sabotaged (Verb)• to injure, attach, destroy, damage,  or disrupt, especial...
T         t• Table, Tables, Tabling, Tabled (Verb)• to place on a table. to submit (a  bill, etc) for consideration by a  ...
U u• Umpire, Umpires, Umpiring,  Umpired (Verb)• to act as umpire in a game. to  decide or settle a controversy,  dispute ...
V          v•    Vacate, Vacates, Vacating, Vacated     (Verb)•    to give up possession or occupancy. to     give up or r...
W w• Waddle, Waddles, Waddling,  Waddled (Verb)• to walk with short steps, swaying  or rocking from side to side, as a  du...
X          x• X-ray, X-rays, X-raying, X-  rayed (Verb)• to examine, photograph,  or treat with x-rays.• What, Why, and Ho...
Y          y• Yank, Yanks, Yanking, Yanked  (Verb)• to pull or remove abruptly and  vigorously.• Synonym- pull, tug, jerk,...
Z         z• Zap, Zaps, Zapping, Zapped (Verb)• to kill or shoot. to attack, defeat, or  destroy with sudden speed and  fo...
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  1. 1. Magic Words Level 01 Session 01 Ravinder LohiaMagic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 1
  2. 2. A a• abandon, abandons, abandoning, abandoned (Verb)• to leave completely and finally, to give up• Synonyms- dump, ditch, discard, dispose of, throw out, throw away, desert• Antonym- keep• Once you start working on something, dont be afraid of failure and dont abandon it. People who work sincerely are the happiest.- Chanakya• What, Why, and How to abandon?- e.g. Ship if it is going to sink• What, Why, and How not to abandon?- e.g. Hope, Baby child• Translate abandon in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on abandon.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 2
  3. 3. B b• Babble, Babbles, Babbling, Babbled (Verb)• to utter sounds or words imperfectly, indistinctly, or without meaning.to talk idly, irrationally, excessively, or foolishly; chatter or prattle. to make a continuous, murmuring sound.to utter in an incoherent, foolish, or meaningless fashion. to reveal foolishly or thoughtlessly.• Synonyms- jabber, gibber, prattle, talk nonsense, blather, chat, gibberish, nonsense• It is still not enough for language to have clarity and content... it must also have a goal and an imperative. Otherwise from language we descend to chatter, from chatter to babble and from babble to confusion.- Rene Daumal• What, Why, and How to Babble?- e.g. your opponent• What, Why, and How not to Babble?- e.g. you (Have clear and meaningful talk instead of babble.), Secret.• Translate Babble in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on babble.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 3
  4. 4. C c• Cackle, Cackles, Cackling, Cackled (Verb)• to utter a shrill, broken sound or cry, as of a hen. to laugh in a shrill, broken manner. to chatter noisily. to utter with cackles.• Synonyms- laugh, hoot, screech, crow, guffaw• Noise proves nothing. Often a hen who has merely laid an egg cackles as if she laid an asteroid.- Mark Twain• What, Why, and How to cackle?- e.g. Hen, Goose, pleasant, joy• What, Why, and How not to cackle?- e.g. evil, unpleasant• Translate cackle in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on cackle.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 4
  5. 5. D d• Dab, Dabs, Dabbing, Dabbed (Verb)• to pat or tap gently. to apply (a substance) by light strokes. to strike, especially lightly, as with the hand. to dress (stonework) with a pointed tool. to strike lightly.• Synonyms- daub, wipe, touch lightly, apply, pat, small amount, bit, blob• Though intelligence is powerless to modify character, it is a dab hand at finding euphemisms for its weaknesses- Quentin Crisp• What, Why, and How to Dab?- e.g. disinfectant on gash, sponge for painting.• What, Why, and How not to Dab?- e.g.• Translate Dab in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on dab.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 5
  6. 6. E e• Earmark, Earmarks, Earmarking, Earmarked (Verb)• to set aside for a specific purpose, use, recipient, etc. to mark with an earmark.• Synonyms- allocate, assign, allot, set aside, put aside, put by, put to one side, mark down• We need earmark reform, and when Im President, I will go line by line to make sure that we are not spending money unwisely.- Barack Obama• What, Why, and How to Earmark?- e.g. something to keep for special purpose.• What, Why, and How not to Earmark?- e.g.• Translate Earmark in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on earmark.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 6
  7. 7. F f• Fabricate, Fabricates, Fabricating, Fabricated (Verb)• to make by art or skill and labor. to make by assembling parts or sections. to devise or invent. to fake.• Synonyms- make, manufacture, produce, construct, engineer, put together, formulate• Antonym- destroy• Manufacturing takes place in very large facilities. If you want to build a computer chip, you need a giant semiconductor fabrication facility. But nature can grow complex molecular machines using nothing more than a plant.- Ralph Merkle• What, Why, and How to Fabricate?- e.g. new useful products.• What, Why, and How not to Fabricate?- e.g. story or explanation to deceive people.• Translate Fabricate in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on fabricate.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 7
  8. 8. G g• Gabble, Gabbles, Gabbling, Gabbled (Verb)• to speak or converse rapidly and unintelligibly. hens, geese to cackle.• Synonyms- nonsense, rubbish, garbage, twaddle, claptrap• At the presentation introduce yourself by name make eye contact speak understandably and dont gabble.• What, Why, and How to Gabble?- e.g. Geese• What, Why, and How not to Gabble?- e.g. you• Translate Gabble in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on gabble.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 8
  9. 9. H h• Hack, Hacks, Hacking, Hacked (Verb)• to cut, notch, slice, chop, or sever. to break up the surface. to clear a road by cutting away vines, trees, brush. to damage or injure by crude, harsh, or insensitive treatment. to reduce or cut ruthlessly.• Synonyms- cut, chop, slash, lacerate, scythe, hew, slice• Hack the system to help the government to nab the terrorists and criminals.• What, Why, and How to Hack?- e.g. to fight against terrorism and crime, to take preventive actions against hackers• What, Why, and How not to Hack?- e.g. other’s computer, network, account• Translate Hack in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on hack.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 9
  10. 10. I i• Ice, Ices, Icing, Iced (Verb)• to cover with ice. to change into ice. to cool with ice. to cover (cake, sweet rolls, etc.) with icing. to refrigerate with ice.• Synonyms- frost, hoarfrost• What, Why, and How to Ice?- e.g. Cake• What, Why, and How not to Ice?- e.g.• Translate Ice in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on ice.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 10
  11. 11. J j• Jab, Jabs, Jabbing, Jabbed (Verb)• to poke, or thrust abruptly or sharply, as with the end or point of a stick. to punch, especially with a short, quick blow.• Synonyms- poke, prod, stab, punch, thrust, dig• What, Why, and How to Jab?- e.g.• What, Why, and How not to Jab?- e.g.• Translate Jab in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on jab.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 11
  12. 12. K k• Keel, Keels, Keeling, Keeled (Verb)• to turn or upset so as to bring the wrong side or part uppermost.• What, Why, and How to Keel?- e.g.• What, Why, and How not to Keel?- e.g.• Translate Keel in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on keel.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 12
  13. 13. L l• Label, Labels, Labeling, Labeled (Verb)• to affix a label to. to designate or describe by or on a label. to put in a certain class.• Synonyms- tag, ticket, sticker, marker, sticky tag, brand, make, brand name• What, Why, and How to Label?- e.g. things for identification• What, Why, and How not to Label?- e.g.• Translate Label in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on label.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 13
  14. 14. M m• Machine, Machines, Machining, Machined (Verb)• to make, prepare, or finish with a machine or with machine tools.• Synonyms- mechanism, engine, appliance, apparatus, contraption, piece of equipment, device, instrument• What, Why, and How to Machine?- e.g. things to make• What, Why, and How not to Machine?- e.g.• Translate Machine in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on machine.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 14
  15. 15. N n• Nag, Nags, Nagging, Nagged (Verb)• to annoy by persistent faultfinding, complaints, or demands. to keep in a state of troubled awareness or anxiety, as a recurrent pain or problem. to find fault or complain in an irritating, wearisome, or relentless manner. to cause pain, discomfort, distress, depression, etc.• Synonyms- badger, pester, plague, harass, hassle, harry, keep on at, irritate• What, Why, and How to Nag?- e.g. things to worry• What, Why, and How not to Nag?- e.g. Wife, Woman, Parents• Translate Nag in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on nag.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 15
  16. 16. O o• Obey, Obeys, Obeying, Obeyed (Verb)• to comply with or follow the commands, restrictions, wishes, or instructions.• Synonyms- mind, do as you are told, follow, comply with, act upon, observe, abide by, conform• What, Why, and How to Obey?- e.g. rules of traffic, school, college, country, state, office, place etc.• What, Why, and How not to Obey?- e.g.• Translate Obey in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on obey.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 16
  17. 17. P p• Pace, Paces, Pacing, Paced (Verb)• to set the pace for, as in racing. to traverse or go over with steps. to train to a certain pace. to take slow, regular steps. to walk up and down nervously.• Synonyms- speed, rapidity, swiftness, velocity, lick, rate of knots, rate, tempo• What, Why, and How to Pace?- e.g. pace up and down when anxious or impatient• What, Why, and How not to Pace?- e.g.• Translate Pace in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on pace.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 17
  18. 18. Q q• Quack, Quacks, Quacking, Quacked (Verb)• to utter the cry of a duck or a sound resembling it. to treat in the manner of a quack. to advertise or sell with fraudulent claims.• Synonyms- impostor, fake, fraud, swindler, con, counterfeit, pretender, con artist• What, Why, and How to Quack?- e.g. Duck• What, Why, and How not to Quack?- e.g.• Translate Quack in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on quack.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 18
  19. 19. R r• Race, Races, Racing, Raced (Verb)• to engage in a contest of speed. to run horses or dogs in races.• Synonyms- contest, competition, battle, chase pursuit, event, compete, take part• What, Why, and How to Race?- e.g. competitor• What, Why, and How not to Race?- e.g.• Translate Race in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on race.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 19
  20. 20. S s• Sabotage, Sabotages, Sabotaging, Sabotaged (Verb)• to injure, attach, destroy, damage, or disrupt, especially by secret means• Synonyms- damage, disrupt, interfere with, interrupt, harm, incapacitate, impair, disruption• What, Why, and How to Sabotage?- e.g. useless things• What, Why, and How not to Sabotage?- e.g. useful things• Translate Sabotage in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on sabotage.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 20
  21. 21. T t• Table, Tables, Tabling, Tabled (Verb)• to place on a table. to submit (a bill, etc) for consideration by a legislative body. to suspend discussion of (a bill, etc) indefinitely or for some time. to enter in or form into a list.• Synonyms- bench, board, desk, counter, stand, stall, slab, chart• What, Why, and How to Table?- e.g. proposal to discuss• What, Why, and How not to Table?- e.g.• Translate Table in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on table.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 21
  22. 22. U u• Umpire, Umpires, Umpiring, Umpired (Verb)• to act as umpire in a game. to decide or settle a controversy, dispute as umpire.• Synonyms- referee, adjudicator, arbitrator, arbiter, mediator, intermediary, adjudicate, arbitrate• What, Why, and How to Umpire?- e.g. game• What, Why, and How not to Umpire?- e.g.• Translate Umpire in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on umpire.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 22
  23. 23. V v• Vacate, Vacates, Vacating, Vacated (Verb)• to give up possession or occupancy. to give up or relinquish. to cause to be empty or unoccupied. to give up or leave a position, office, etc.• Synonyms- leave, check out of, give up, resign from, depart from, quit Vacate, evacuate• Antonym- occupy• What, Why, and How to Vacate?- e.g. seat for elders, ladies, and handicapped• What, Why, and How not to Vacate?- e.g.• Translate Vacate in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on vacate.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 23
  24. 24. W w• Waddle, Waddles, Waddling, Waddled (Verb)• to walk with short steps, swaying or rocking from side to side, as a duck or penguine.• Synonyms- toddle, sway, shuffle, wobble, swing back and forth• What, Why, and How to Waddle?- e.g. duck or fat person• What, Why, and How not to Waddle?- e.g.• Translate Waddle in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on waddle.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 24
  25. 25. X x• X-ray, X-rays, X-raying, X- rayed (Verb)• to examine, photograph, or treat with x-rays.• What, Why, and How to X- ray?- e.g. patient, suspect• What, Why, and How not to X-ray?- e.g.• Translate X-ray in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on x-ray.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 25
  26. 26. Y y• Yank, Yanks, Yanking, Yanked (Verb)• to pull or remove abruptly and vigorously.• Synonym- pull, tug, jerk, wrench, snatch, heave, haul• What, Why, and How to Yank?- e.g.• What, Why, and How not to Yank?- e.g.• Translate Yank in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on yank.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 26
  27. 27. Z z• Zap, Zaps, Zapping, Zapped (Verb)• to kill or shoot. to attack, defeat, or destroy with sudden speed and force. to bombard with electrical current, radiation, laser beams, etc. to strike or jolt suddenly and forcefully. to cook in a microwave oven.• What, Why, and How to Zap?- e.g. Cook• What, Why, and How not to Zap?- e.g.• Translate Zap in other language.• Make a Drawing or Painting on Zap.Magic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 27
  28. 28. Thank you! Best Wishes… Send your feedback ravilohia@yahoo.com Ravinder Lohia @facebook, @linkedinMagic Words By Ravinder Lohia Read, Write, Listen, Speak, Memorize, Understand, Discover 28
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