Live Or Leave? Bit Or Beat? Rid Or Read?

Hello, friends.

You do know that words help us to express our ideas and thoughts.

As Pickering says, 'Far better is to know everything of a little than a little of everything.?


Friends, I want to see greenery all around you. If something indicates a green signal to you, the auspicious moments will welcome you. Isn't it?


If the proper use of words indicates you a green signal, what impact will you find? You will find-

1. You will be able to speak better.

2. You will be able to write better.


As  I am your well-wisher, I am with you to make greenery of words around you.


So, I have taken this topic to you.

Live Or Leave? Bit Or Beat? Rid Or Read?


Let's move on:

1. Live Or Leave?

Live - It has two meanings commonly.

As a Verb, 'live' means-to have one's home in a particular place/ to remain alive/ to spend life in a particular way.

Let's see:

1. I live in America.

2. He has been living in this village for 20 years.

3. Where do you live?

4. The doctor said that his father only had 2 months to live.

5. He is living a peaceful life.

As an Adjective, 'live' means- not dead/ broadcast/ recorded at an actual performance.

Let's see:

1. I was shocked to see all the live animals there.

2. I knew that the show was going out live.

3. The number of live births is low in this village  this year as the disease has broken out.


2. Bit Or Beat?

Bit- it is used as a Noun; 'bit' means - a small amount/ a small part or piece of something.

Let's see:

1. I gave him a bit of chocolate, because he likes it.

2. My shirt is a bit tight.

3. All the glasses smashed into little bits in the evening.

4. I always try to do a bit of exercise to keep myself fit.

5. The dress is a bit loose for me.



'Bit by bit' means gradually.


1. I tried to collect money bit by bit, because I was ill.

2. We saved up all the money bit by bit.

Beat- it is used as a Verb;

'beat' means- to defeat/ to hit or strike repeatedly to hurt or injure.

Let's see:

1. The thief was beaten to death last year.

2. He always beats me at ludo.

3. I beat him at chess.

4. The team was easily beaten in the first round.

5. The children have been brutally beaten by the cruel man.



'Beat' is used as Noun as well.


Let's move on:

As a Noun, 'beat' means - a bow to something such as a drum/ a movement of something such as heart.

Let's see:

1. She knows how to beat my drum.

2. The loud beats of a drum maddens me during the festival.


Have you ever felt that your words have great impact?

Yes, you have.

To-day, I am going to make the impact of your words stronger.


Now, Rid Or Read?

It is very easy.

Let's discuss:

Rid- it is a Verb.

'Rid' means- to be free of something or somebody because you are annoyed or you do not want.

Let's see:

1. I tried hard in order to rid the child of the danger.

2. Try to rid yourself of the dishonest man.



'Rid' is used as an Adjective as well.

Let's see:

1. I was glad to be rid of them, because they try to cheat me.


'Rid' is used as idiom. But, how?

It is- to get rid of.

Let's see:

1. Did you get anything for getting rid of the situation?

2. There was no way for me to get rid of the cruel man.


Read - it is used as a Verb.

It means- to look at or comprehend the meaning of written words.

Let's see:

1. I am reading a novel now.

2. He has been reading the book for two hours.

3. The man is reading a newspaper now.



 'Read' means- 1. To understand something in a particular way.

Let's see:

- Try to read the present situation otherwise you will not be able to get rid of it.

2. To get information from a measuring instrument.

Let's see:

- The man did not come to read our meter last month.


Ultimate Solution:

1. Make sentences with these words as possible and show to the teachers of English department.

2. Use these words while speaking as well as writing.

3. Whenever or wherever you see these words, try to read attentively and try to get the meaning as Parts Of Speech.


This is about- Live Or Leave? Bit Or Beat? Rid Or Read?

Be positive.

Never say - I can't.

I am sure that you have ability.

So, I want you to study and practise.

I hope it.

I expect more from you.

I am coming soon.

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