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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing How Form 2220 Defined

Instructions and Help about How Form 2220 Defined

Hi everybody and welcome to Cabrera TV. This video that you are going to watch is one of the two with your lessons that we will publish back-to-back on our channel. They cover the top 22 figures of speech in English. Understanding these figures of speech is very important for any English learner, as these figures of speech form the very basics of good writing and conversation skills. Also, questions based on these figures of speech often appear in various exams such as Sat, GRE, CAT, etc. Part 1 of this lesson covers the following ten figures of speech. Let us start with a brief discussion of figures of speech and their importance in the English language. A figure of speech refers to a word or phrase that is used in a speech or a piece of writing to make it more persuasive, vivid, and relatable to the reader or the listener. These expressions, called figures of speech, use words in a non-literal sense to convey some other meaning altogether. Let me explain this definition through the phrase "to rag one's brains". Now, any such phrase has two kinds of meanings. One is a literal meaning, which is the meaning when you consider the words in their usual or the most basic sense. Well, historically, rag was a torture device in the ancient ages on which the victim was tied, and his body was stretched to a point that the limbs were eventually torn apart from the body. Over time, the word "rag" started meaning to cause extreme pain, anguish, or distress to someone. So, to "rag one's brain" in a literal sense would look somewhat like this and would suggest that a person is actually tearing his brain apart or shredding it into pieces. As we know, this is almost impossible...