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EC's image as learning platform.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nimzaf Mar 18. 10 Replies

I feel the 'learning language' on EC is fading out because of one or two members who is using this platform for spreading hatred about a country and it people.  This should be discouraged.Continue

Love

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mishaikh Feb 18. 4 Replies

Is it necessary for a lover to express his/her love, why isn't possible that a loved one understand (feel) the love of lover?Continue

Fear of number 13

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mohammed Feb 20. 5 Replies

triskaidekaphobiafear or a phobia concerning the number 13Continue

COMMENTS

Started this discussion. Last reply by MaYa Jan 10. 26 Replies

Is it obligatory to comment each and every blog?My answer is 'yes, almost all".What is your opinion?Continue

 

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Voice of a girl!

I'm the kinda girl who is 'one of the guys' the one who is always there for everyone else when they need, the one who puts others before herself. I'm the kinda girl who would rather be in sweats, big tee's and no makeup at school, but dresses up because it’s what people expect of her. I'm the kinda girl, who regrets little things from the past, like not joining a sports team. I'm the kinda girl who loves her sports, but also loves getting dressed all fancy and acting like a princess. I'm the…See More
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Learner of English, Teacher of English
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Other languages spoken
Hindi, Urdu
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Favourite book, movie, song/band etc [in English!]
All five books of Dan Brown, Set of J.K. Rolling, Stephenie Meyer (But do not like her vampire fascination, Dean Conz, lots of other books in Urdu (especially all series of (late) Ibn-e-Safi; Repeated dozons of times). I have a reading habit.
My Favourite Saying(s) [in English!]
Always remember my love is not so hard that I would prefer it to my EGO.

THE CAFE

The Cafe

Retiring from the toiling day’s work I used to go to Café Grand. It is on Abdullah Haroon Road. If you go straight through Zaibunnisa Street in Saddar, you will find Café Grand just opposite to the back entrance of Hotel Metropole. From inside this restaurant is two storey, but second floor is sort of a gallery. The atmosphere of the Grand is one of the attractions for me to count it as the best. There was always been darkness in the café even in the day time. The lightning was so beautifully done that there is always a twilight just as of candles which gives a sensational tranquility.  The waiters move as they are floating on the carpeted floor. You can’t hear the sound of their movement but just the frisking of their uniform. 

The Music played in background was also my favorite.  It feels coming from no where but from everywhere. I feel the traces of tranquilizing effect sweeping in to whole of me. I always experienced an involuntary physical change that led me to note-able alteration in the acuity of tension I was in prior to coming to the café. 

Last week I went to the café and sat on the table I chose on the day I first came to this restaurant. This table is so placed in the corner that I can keep all the tables within my sight. I snap the passing by waiter and ordered my usual drink, coffee with some salty biscuits. I do not like creamy pastries or cakes. 

I threw a cursor look at the occupiers near me. Sipping my coffee and nibbling biscuit, I first look at the table on my right. This table always occupied by a girl. There was always girl, but everyday I saw new face. She was just sitting there, sipping her drink. I felt a sense of uneasiness, disturbed by some inner gloom. Once I had an eye to eye contact, I was shuddered to see the deep unknown gloom, as she was afraid that her innocence beauty was in peril. She was incessantly watching the watch wearing in her beautiful supple writs. 

After few minutes I found a commissionaire standing by her side. He slightly bowed and whispered in her eyes. She abruptly stood and followed him. Before leaving, she once again turned and looked at me. I again felt an electrical shock. It was just a fraction of a moment. Her eyes were gleaming with tears. I felt that they were saying “isn’t there any one who could save me, even you!” 

She turned her face and walked away, staggering like a person is taken to be crucified, head down, shoulders bowed. I felt myself empty from inside, as empty as I was no more. I sat there for few moments trying to gather myself, and then left the café. 

On my way back I felt a deep dejection within me. I was feeling that I was nothing. My condition was of like a person who could save a dying person but did nothing.By mishaikh

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Voice of a girl!

Posted on March 30, 2015 at 18:59 5 Comments

I'm the kinda girl who is 'one of the guys' the one who is always there for everyone else when they need, the one who puts others before herself. I'm the kinda girl who would rather be in sweats, big tee's and no makeup at school, but dresses up because it’s what people expect of her. I'm the kinda girl, who regrets little things from the past, like not joining a sports team. I'm the kinda girl who loves her sports, but also loves getting dressed all fancy and acting like a princess. I'm the…

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Writing Prompt ~ Subjunctive Mood

Posted on March 23, 2015 at 15:30 20 Comments

Oh dear,  you might be thinking that I have left you, may be assuming that I am so out of etiquette even didn’t bother to intimate you to abstaining from coming online.  This is not the case.  I fell ill.  Just came back from my family physician.  He suggested that I should tell a loved one about my sickness, and I have no loved ones but you my love, so the first thing I am doing after returning home, sitting before…

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Expector's writing challenge: Modals

Posted on March 16, 2015 at 17:38 16 Comments

What can and can’t they do?

 Every child who comes into this world is born into the religion of Nature irrelevant to the religion of his/her parent. But “Can” & “Can’t” “Do’s” & don’ts” chase him from the cradle to the grave.

 

In his infancy he tries to understand the movement of his mother’s finger moving right and left showing “don’t” or “can’t”.  Since a child should be inquisitive about any particular action which he…

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Writing Challenge: My Eponym

Posted on March 12, 2015 at 1:58 23 Comments

My Eponym = mistory

 

Meaning: Plot of a story suddenly comes, which you immediately write and wish to share with your readers.

 

For example:

1. I let my friends know the plot of ‘mistory’ via social media, the immediate response I received, “publish it at once ‘dude!”

2. The best ‘mistories’  come to me when my heart feels gloom and miss…

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At 3:31pm on March 29, 2015, Robbie gave Mishaikh a gift
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Hi, Mishaikh! Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts in my new group! :)
At 5:21 on March 25, 2015, Seeker said…

Hi,

One can use google for any topic to get information, but later he should write the paragraph in his / her own language on a single idea.

At 4:56 on March 24, 2015, Seeker said…

Your paragraph on moon is awesome!

At 4:14pm on March 23, 2015, Nishan.7 gave Mishaikh a gift
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For your present condition on EC
At 11:36 on March 17, 2015, Bob said…

Hi Mishaikh,

I read the Cafe and had some comments beyond liking it, but I couldn't see how to comment. It seems to not be a blog or at least doesn't have the comment area.

I really liked the story wanted to tell you that no where and nowhere are not the same and it is appropriate to use the compound word (nowhere) in your story when talking about the music "coming from no where but from everywhere".  There was another compound word in the same paragraph; "note-able alteration in the acuity of tension" and it should be notable rather than note-able.  Notable doesn't have e after the t and it is also a word you can find if you check the dictionary. 

 

Compound words are very difficult for non-native speakers because they are usually made up of two words that you know.  Unfortunately, separating them into separate words many times will completely change the meaning.  

At 1:04 on March 17, 2015, Onee-chan said…

Hello Mishaikh,,

You have 100 blogs now. Congratulations. You have so many meaningful and useful blog to read and learn English. Many of them have new words for me, many of them are useful for me to learn. Wish I can read all your blogs. :)))

Have a great day, Mishaikh. :)

At 10:50 on March 10, 2015, saba said…

Congratulations for being a star member, dear Mishaikh!

At 18:35 on March 9, 2015, _✿HONEY_BÉÉ✿_ said…

At 0:19 on March 5, 2015, Bob said…
Thanks for reminding people about rules for writing. I hope they pay attention to you. So many times people ignore the rules.
Oh, also I liked reading The Cafe. I only had time to look at one page before school today and wanted to thank you.
At 16:32 on March 4, 2015, _✿HONEY_BÉÉ✿_ said…

Mish ) A chocoburger for you from me :) 

 
 
 

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