Q. 24.1( 7 Votes )
The words ‘grip’, ‘dawn’, ‘usher’, ‘coin’, ‘passport’ has a literal as well as a figurative meaning. Write pairs of sentences using each word in the literal as well as the figurative sense.
Grip- The grip of that bat is strong.
Dawn- The break of dawn is near.
Usher- Usher her the way to the school
Coin- This is a gold coin.
Passport- Her passport is ready.
Grip- Her grip on English grammar is immense.
Dawn- The dawn of knowledge over the human civilization took thousands of years.
Usher- Usher her to the truth of this universe.
Coin- A poet can coin new terms
Passport- The passport to a better life is to understand the difference between education and qualification.
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