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parody..parrot..always imitates people often in a humorous way.
par+ ody :think of parrot for par n comedy ( humorous )for ody.. parrot imitates in a funny way
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paroxysm sounds like "proxy" when we give proxy in class, we laugh a lot after class if it is successful. But professor may go in a rage if he gets to know about proxy and he may hit and give fit of pain or attack
para+OXY+ism .. it is said that excess of oxygen gives people the high that alcohol gives.. and such people can be considered to be in a rage or have a sudden outburst of anger..
Par-OX-ysm : focus on OX, the husband of cow ;) OX, is an attacking animal. Better yet imagine a pair of uncontrollable oxen attacking and the attack IS...UM..very sudden
Focus on paROXysm. Imagine you're at a ROCK concert and you have a sudden uncontrollable urge to dance crazily and yell, "THIS ROCKS".
when PARO left devdas.. devas had a fit of rage & pain at the same time.
paroxysm = par (all) + oxysm ( oxygen)= if u take all oxygen patient have sudden attack of pain
Imagine a PAIR OF OX yoked together that hate each other and are in a rage.
Sounds like paralysis..
sounds like carpet. which is made of different design.
carpet is cloth flooring.. n parquet is wood flooring..
the spelling is the hardest part imagine playing croquet on a parquet floor
parquet soud like "ped (trree wood) carpet" means wood flooring
parsi-purse,,,mony-money....one who will not take money from his purse - a greedy person.....
this mnemonic requires understanding of hindi..parsi(parsii..a kind of community) mony sound like "money" now imagine a parsii man who has got lot of money but still he is frugal..he doesnt want to spend...so he is parsimonious .
parsimoney means "purse mein money".... miser always have money in purse which he does not take out.
sparse + money = one who takes money rarely.
parsimony: partial money - spends money very partially or scarcely
PASS SOME MONEY
parsimony:parse+money: parsing the money again and again means counting/looking/thinking again and again would be usually a stingy guy.
parsi oldman having money
a cynic person acts like a sink , he just want to see dirty things
imagin sm1 whose purse has been stealed,so he will take very good care in spending the small money he had
parti(think of a political party)+san(son)...so a father who is favouring his son's political party, instead of a good party.
A partisan says, 'my party is my SON, my daughter, my mom & my dad'
PARTison -> taking a PART or side
Partisan almost sounds like "party-fan".. Someone who strongly supports partying it up :)
think of praveen(of indian crkt team)who has just entered into team and nw earnng a lot.....so is a newly rich person
par(paar) means dur in hindi and venur means place.the one who has moves 'dur' from his place to a high level is parvenue
parvenu=parar hogaya venu,he took all the money from every body and went,he gained economic status
helpful 4 mallus. Tell "paavam aayirunnu" in malabar dialect. It sounds like "paaveynu" which is similar to "Parvenu". Which means he "was poor". Has the similar meaning
Break the word into UPPAR meaning upper or higher class in HINDI. and then VENUE of english. So it's a hinglish word meaning a higher standard or position
venu ke par lag gaye
Think of happy gilmore! A rejected hockey player puts his skills to the golf course! PAR for golf, which he is V (the) NEWcomer
newly up to par
Farmer become rick when his nadi par venue property rose in price but he was still rustic in manners.
PASTi+CHE......pasti...PASTE...........we do copy PASTE......while copying we imitate the style of others and paste it where we want
paste- we use paste to stick posters of superstars we want to imitate .
past+iche ITCHING to copy from the PAST Movie songs.
Paste + Stitch => Paste & Stiching give a picture of mixture & combining (of ideas & works)
u can read it as PAST+CHEAT..so it is a work of art that is a cheat from the past work.
PASTICHE -> PASTE + STITCH. PASTing and STITCHing connect disperate objects. PASTICHE connects to a PAST artwork.
past se lekar chipkaaya gaya...
Copy chesi PASTE chestam, ala paste chesinadaniki STYLE add cheyakapote CHE antaru...
Just imagine music composer Deva with the Tooth paste in hand.
PAST +PASTE =PASTE PAST WORK =IMITATE PREVIOS WORK
Pastiche = Past + i + che, From the past i am watching it.
PASTICHE = PASTE + CHEVERAL (SEVERAL) ART WORK
PATHos.. is a part of the word symPATHy.. and you have sympathy for the people for whom you feel pity or who are in sorrow..
pathology is study of disease. this means pathos is related to disease. and you feel pity for the diseased
path is the root word for feeling... when we say "oh", its sound like something sad.... so pathos means a feeling that is sad... so sorrow
when we see poor people on our PATH we feel O SORRY(PATHOS) for them
PATH O(f ) S(ympaty)
Pathos -when you see someone in the pathetic situation then the feeling of pity automatically arouse upon you
Pathos = path + os; got the path to execute the os means operating system so we are in delight.
(Sounds like potato) Some say patois, some say potato and some say aloo while all seem that round vegetable only difference of language.
pato+is...say your friend is saying you to "pataoo(flirt) isko (that girl)..by talking in her own patois.
Patois - 'pat'a nahi k'onsi' bhasha bol raha hai
its origin from french..where patois means to handle something very clumsily.so illetrate people basically handle situation very clumsily while communicating so they don't give much importance to what they are saying hence use dilects.which are genar
Split like PATO+IS.. PATO IS a brazillan player who speaks in his local brazillan language.
focus on PAT ..means..exactly suited to the situation....so the DILECTS WHICH are said by particular group of people , are SITUATION BASED, OR SPOKEN DURING a particular SITUATION.
The spelling is a hard part OIS stands for Other Interpretations of Sentences
patois is pronounced as "pathwa" which is similar to "Fatwa" which is given by the regional Muslim leader. Speech by regional muslim clergy. ...yeah,well no one cares what jargon muslim clergy uses
ragra paetis..maharashtran jargon and substandard one at that..perfect mnemonic
patois is pronounced as "patwa" from this pronouncing one could remember that each country read it in their own ways.. because difference in their accent.
consider ST PATRICK'S SCHOOL those who study in that school are noble
pater = father, patres = fatehrs in Latin. So, anything with "patr" in the beginning will refer to father(ly figures).
Imagine a girl named Patricia with gowns and aristocratic dress
patri=pati, i want my pati to be noble
Patrician The father of nation.
patrician~britan; They are very critical about their behaviour in public as they think they are noble and aristocratic!
PA(papa)+TRICIan(tricky)...so a father playing tricky games is an aristocrat
a person who is having patriotic feeling over his country is considered to be a noblest person