List of US States Two letter abbreviations with Quick Search


Here is a full list of US (America) States with 2 letter abbreviations.  Additionally, we have given option to quick search.

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  • ALABAMAAL
  • ALASKAAK
  • AMERICAN SAMOAAS
  • ARIZONAAZ
  • ARKANSASAR
  • CALIFORNIACA
  • COLORADOCO
  • CONNECTICUTCT
  • DELAWAREDE
  • DISTRICT OF COLUMBIADC
  • FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIAFM
  • FLORIDAFL
  • GEORGIAGA
  • GUAMGU
  • HAWAIIHI
  • IDAHOID
  • ILLINOISIL
  • INDIANAIN
  • IOWAIA
  • KANSASKS
  • KENTUCKYKY
  • LOUISIANALA
  • MAINEME
  • MARSHALL ISLANDSMH
  • MARYLANDMD
  • MASSACHUSETTSMA
  • MICHIGANMI
  • MINNESOTAMN
  • MISSISSIPPIMS
  • MISSOURIMO
  • MONTANAMT
  • NEBRASKANE
  • NEVADANV
  • NEW HAMPSHIRENH
  • NEW JERSEYNJ
  • NEW MEXICONM
  • NEW YORKNY
  • NORTH CAROLINANC
  • NORTH DAKOTAND
  • NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDSMP
  • OHIOOH
  • OKLAHOMAOK
  • OREGONOR
  • PALAUPW
  • PENNSYLVANIAPA
  • PUERTO RICOPR
  • RHODE ISLANDRI
  • SOUTH CAROLINASC
  • SOUTH DAKOTASD
  • TENNESSEETN
  • TEXASTX
  • UTAHUT
  • VERMONTVT
  • VIRGINIAVA
  • VIRGIN ISLANDSVI
  • WASHINGTONWA
  • WASHINGTON, DCDC
  • WEST VIRGINIAWV
  • WISCONSINWI
  • WYOMINGWY

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The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald


The Great Gatsby is an American novel written by F. Scott Fitzgerald. The novel describes the story of Gatsby, in pursuit for his love-lady, Daisy. The characters in the novel are confined to materialistic world. They hold little or no morality driven by the desires of heart. Ultimately all the twists and turns lead to ruins.

About the Author

Scott Fitzgerald is an American novelist and short story writer. He is regarded as one among the greatest American writers of the twentieth century. Fitzgerald has written so many short stories with themes of youth, promise, and despair. Some of his novels include This Side of Paradise, The Beautiful and Damned, The Great Gatsby, and Tender Is the Night.

Summary :

The Great Gatsby chronicles the life of Jay Gatsby, narrated by Nick Carraway, a veteran. Gatsby dreams to pursue his love for Daisy Buchanan, whom he met five years ago. He invests his time in accumulating wealth to woo his lost love. He becomes one of the young and mysterious millionaires. All his illegal ways of possessing wealth is solely because of his obsession for the debutante Daisy.   But however, he is left to ruins because of the consequences he faces. The story also has so many sub plots intervening with the primary plot.

The story starts with Nick introduced to Jordan Baker, an attractive golfer by his cousin, Daisy and her husband, Tom. Baker reveals to him about Tom’s mistress, Myrtle Wilson, and his affairs at New York City apartment. When Nick accompanies with Tom and Myrtle to a party at the apartment, where unfortunate circumstances furies Tom, and he ends up breaking Myrtle’s nose.

Later in summer, Nick is invited for a party in Gatsby’s house. Baker introduces Nick to Gatsby, who recognizes him as ‘the Great War’ veteran. Nick learns about Gatsby’s love for Daisy and his obsession in reestablishing his relationship with her. His extravagant lifestyle parties and mansion were all a way to rekindle his lost romance for Daisy by getting her curious of their neighbor. Even though he had invited Buchanans several times for the party, he never got to meet Daisy, as Tom attends it alone.

Nick was invited for the party with an intention of arranging a reunion for Gatsby and Daisy. Later Nick arranges a tea party at home, inviting Daisy and Gatsby. The reunions establish their relationship and they start their affair. Tom, who becomes suspicious of the relationship, becomes outraged, despite his infidelity. At New York, Tom confronts both Gatsby and Daisy for their affair and mentions the illegal wealth accumulation of Gatsby.

On their way back to the valley of ashes, they find Gatsby’s car struck Tom’s mistress, Myrtle and kills her. Nick learns that the car was actually driven by Daisy, but Gatsby has taken the blame. On the other hand, Myrtle’s husband, George becomes suspicious of the yellow car that struck his wife to dead, as her affair, and hunts for it. He finally discovers the car in Gatsby’s mansion and arrives with a gun in hand. He shoots Gatsby and kills himself as well. The story ends with Nick staging a small funeral for Gatsby, leaving behind Baker and moving away from the disillusioned Eastern lifestyle.

The Great Gatsby is considered to be the magnum opus in Fitzgerald’s career. The story explores some of the themes like idealism, social upheaval, obsession, and materialism.

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Internet Slang and Abbreviations | Used in Whatsapp, Telegram and similar chat applications


In this Internet era Internet is so fast and people indeed want to be more faster than Net.  While in chatting, students or group students always use shorter abbreviations that means a lot.  Here we have aggregated some of them.  You can view them or quickly search them by typing in the below search box too.  It is so quick, you will say “Quick Oh Quick”

  • A
  • AAMOF – AS a matter of fact.
  • AFK – Away from keyboard.
  • ASL – Age, Sex, Loaction?
  • ASLP – Age, Sex, Loaction, Picture?
  • ATYS – Anything you say
  • B
  • BFD – Big freaking deal
  • BF – Boyfriend
  • BFN – Bye for now
  • BC – Be cool
  • B/C – Because
  • E
  • EG – Evil grin
  • EOD – End of discussion
  • EOL – End of leature
  • EOR – End of rant
  • F
  • F – Feamale
  • F2F – Face to face
  • FCOL – For crying out loud
  • FITB – Fill in the blanks
  • FOCL – Falling off the chair laughing
  • FOFL – Falling on the floor laughing
  • FWIW – For what it’s worth
  • FYA – For your amusement
  • FYI – For your information
  • G
  • G – Grin
  • G2G – Gotta go
  • GA – Good afternoon/Go ahead
  • GAL – Get a life
  • GF – Girlfriend
  • GFN – Gone for now
  • GI – Good idea
  • GIWISI – Gee, I wish I said it
  • GJ – Gob Job
  • GL – Good Luck
  • GM – Good Morning/Good Move/Good Match
  • GMTA – Great minds think alike
  • GN – Good night
  • GR8 – Great
  • H
  • H – Hug
  • HG – Hug Back
  • H&K – Hugs and Kisses
  • HAGD – Have a good day
  • HCIT – How cool is that
  • HF – Have fun
  • HH – Ha-ha
  • HHSF – Ha-ha, so funny
  • HHVF – Ha-ha, very funny
  • HOAS – Hold on a second
  • I
  • IAC – In any case
  • IAG – It’s all good
  • IAGW – In a good way
  • IC – I see/ In character
  • IDGI – I don’t get it
  • IDNDT – I did not do that
  • IIRC – If i remember correctly
  • IK – I know
  • IKWUM – I know what you mean
  • IMAO – In my arrogant opinion
  • IME- In my experience
  • IMHO – In my humble opinion
  • IMNSHO – In my not so humble opinion
  • INRS – It’s not rocket science
  • IOW – In othet words
  • IRL – In real life
  • IRSTBO – It really stucks the big one
  • IS – I’m sorry
  • ISWYM – I see what you mean
  • J
  • JMHO – Just my humble opinion
  • JTLYK – Just to let you know
  • J/K – Just kidding
  • J/P – Just playing
  • K
  • K – Ok
  • KIR – Keeping it real
  • KIT – Keep in touch
  • KWIM – Know what i mean
  • L
  • L8R – Later
  • LMK – Let me know
  • LTR – Long term relationship
  • LYK – Let you know
  • LMAO – Laughing my ass off
  • LMBO – Laughing my butt off
  • LOL – Laugh out loud
  • LTNS – Long time no see
  • M
  • M – Male
  • MMA – Meet me at
  • MMAMP – Meet me at my place
  • MYOB – My your own business
  • N
  • N – In
  • NBD – No big deal
  • N2M – Not too much
  • N/C – Not cool
  • NE1 – Anyone
  • NM – Never mind/Not much
  • NMH – Not much here
  • NMJC – Nothing much, just chilling
  • NNITO – Not necessarily in that order
  • NO1 – No one
  • NOTTOMH – Not off the top of my head
  • NOYB – None of your business
  • NP – No problem
  • NRN – No replay necessary
  • NW- No way
  • O
  • OIC – Oh, I see
  • OMG – Oh my god
  • OOC – Out of character
  • OT – Off topic/Other topic
  • P
  • PLZ – Please
  • PPL -People
  • POS – Parent over shoulder
  • Q
  • QT – Cutie
  • R
  • RESQ – Rescue
  • RFC – Request for comment
  • RHIP – Rank hath is privileges
  • ROF – Rolling on the floor
  • ROTFL – Rolling on the floor laughing
  • RTFM – Read the flipping manual
  • S
  • S2R – Sent to receive
  • SCNR – Sorry, could not resist
  • SLY- Still love you
  • SWALK – Sweet, with all love, kisses
  • Swak – Seal with a Kiss
  • SYSOP – System Operator
  • T
  • TCO – Taken care of
  • TOH – The other half
  • THX – Thanks
  • TNX – Thanks
  • TIA – Thanks in advance
  • TMA – Take my advice
  • TMI – Too much information
  • TTFN – Ta ta for now
  • TTYL – Talk to you later
  • TY – Thank you
  • TYVM – Thank you very much
  • U
  • U2 – You too
  • UR – You are
  • V
  • VBG – Very big grin
  • W
  • W2F – Way too funny
  • W8 – wait
  • W8AM – Wait a minute
  • WB – Welcome back/Write back
  • WE – Whatever
  • WNDITWB – We never did it this way before
  • WRT – With Regards To
  • WTF – What the freak?
  • WTG – Way to go
  • X
  • XOXOXO – Hugs and Kisses
  • Y
  • Y – Why?
  • YRG – You are good
  • YW – You’re Welcome
  • Numerics and Symbols
  • 4GM – Forgive me.
  • >U! – Screw you!
  • ? – Huh?
  • ?4U – Question for you

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Time you were not allowed to use your mobile phone


IELTS Cue Card/ Candidate Task Card 349 with Model Answer:

Describe a time you were not allowed to use your mobile phone.

You should say:

  • when and where it was
  • why you were not allowed to use your phone
  • what you wanted to use your phone for

and explain how you felt about not being able to use your phone.

[You will have to talk about the topic for one to two minutes. You have one minute to think about what you’re going to say. You can make some notes to help you if you wish.]


Model Answer:

Recently, I went to attend a written test for a position in a multinational company. There I was not allowed to use my mobile phone. Though it was not necessary to ban the use of mobile phone in the exam hall, the authority did not take any risk of breaching the security. The test was held in the regional branch of the company here in Alice Spring in Australia. This is a beautiful candidate task card and I am glad indeed to have this card in my share. I will describe the event below.

Some of the applicants had tried to cheat using the mobile phones during the exam. It was a shocking matter for everyone. In fact, cheating in such a level was entirely unexpected from the authority. So, to prevent such situations, the authority disallowed using or carrying phones during the written tests. Consequently, I was unable to use my phone.

I needed to perform some calculations. The math on the question paper was complex and was given to assess candidates’ mathematical ability. And without using a calculator, this was impossible to perform the math. There were some complicated equations that required a calculator. At present, all the mobile phones come with a calculator and the smartphone have some more feature with the calculator. So, I needed to use the phone to have the calculation done automatically.

I was frustrated and irritated. In fact, I was being punished for the crime of some other people. But I had nothing to do. I did the calculation manually and that took much time for me. Luckily, I was able to do complete the calculation and answering the math was a must for each of the applicants. I could have saved my time if I could use my mobile phone.

Idea generation for this Cue Card topic:

“Describe a time you were not allowed to use your mobile phone.” 

Here are some other hints for this cue card task that would be helpful for the candidates to answer this question in a different way.

1. While driving my car to my office, I was not allowed to use my mobile phone. In fact, the driving law in my state strictly forbids the driver to refrain from using mobile phones while driving a motor vehicle.

2. My intimate friend’s father died suddenly of cardiac arrests and I attended the funeral. A large sign was placed inside the church to switch off the mobile phone during the funeral. So, I had to switch the phone off for the rest of the funeral.

3. I was sent to an important workshop from my office that continued for four hours at a stretch. Using mobile phone was prohibited there, and thus I was unable to use the phone at the workshop venue.

4. I recently enjoyed a movie with my fiancé at a theatre but I could not use the mobile phone. In fact, the theatre authority wanted to reduce disturbance during the show and asked everyone either to switch off the phone or to use silent mode.

5. I work for a local restaurant as a part-time employee and my employer asked me to switch off my mobile phone at the job.

6. I attended a social welfare meeting organised by our local community and all participants were requested to turn off their mobile phone or at least enable the silent mode.

7. Recently, I went to visit a relative in the hospital and I turned off my cell phone as a large notice forbid anyone to use their mobile phone inside the hospital.




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School Time Table | Download and Print


We have created some nice design works for school time table.  Please have a look and download it.  Please post your comment if you want any other type of designs.

We have provided the designs in PDF.  So, it can be easily downloaded and printed.

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How to write a request letter to sports event-coordinator


Following is a letter written by Kailash to The Event Co-coordinator of an Inter School Competition, requesting him/her to enroll his name in a Competition. You can use the same format by simply replacing the name with yours and adding relevant details in respective places.  Here Chrysalis  is the event name.

From
Kailash,
Class VII,
XXX School,
ZZZ.

To

The Event Co – Coordinator – Chrysalis (Inter School Competition),
XXX College,
ZZZ.

Respected Sir/Madam,

I am a Grade 7 student studying in XXX School. I learnt about the Inter School Competition scheduled to be held in your college on (Date).

I, hereby enclose my achievement certificates in Chess (Both in Zonal Levels and State Levels). Please have a look on the same and kindly enroll my name for the Chess Competition that is mentioned in the Agenda, if I am eligible for the same.

I have also enclosed the principal’s letter granting permission for participating in Chrysalis – 2018.

Thanking You,

Yours Truly,
Kailash

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Requesting Leave for Inter School Competition


Following is a letter written by Kailash to his School Principal, requesting permission to participate in an Inter College Competition. You can use the same format by simply replacing the name with yours and adding relevant details in respective places.

From

Kailash,
Class VII,
XXX School,
ZZZ.

To

The Principal,
XXX School,
ZZZ.

Respected Sir/Madam,

I have been selected for the Inter School Chess Competition in AAA College that is scheduled to be held on (Date). I request you to kindly grant me permission for participating in the same. I also request you to accept my absence on (Date).

Thanking You,

Yours Truly,
Kailash

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