When it’s time for you to enter into any corporate or say any professional field, your experiences do count! And it counts a lot!
If someone refers you to the words that I’m just going to mention don’t get offended …it’s just that you need to gain some more experience in your field! So that none could refer you back to such names.

Screen Shot 2017-05-25 at 1.17.10 PMMeaning: a person who is new to or inexperienced at a particular activity.
Let me tell you the history of this word “GREEN HORN”. When a calf is born, the cute little horns it has are green in color. New born calf is inexperienced as well new to everything around.
(Originally an animal with green (that is, young) horns): A person who is new into something and can be easily tricked. In ancient history, the young Ox were called greenhorns as they were green and their horns hadn’t matured. Gilbert K. Chesterton says, “The greenhorn is the ultimate victor in everything; it is he that gets the most out of life.)
The greenhorn lacked the skills he would need to live in the hard rough country.
Lack of experience caused the greenhorn to miss several shots during his first game.Of course, even a greenhorn could follow the wagon tracks they would leave in the sand.

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Screen Shot 2017-05-25 at 1.17.45 PMMeaning: a beginner or novice.

If you are the new guy at the job and you’re wearing a big dorky badge that says “Trainee” on it, you are a tyro. We have all been tyros at some point, but it doesn’t necessarily prevent us from hazing the new kid, the next-generation tyro. Tyro can also be used as an adjective to describe someone new to a particular scene — such as “the tyro congressman” or “the tyro quarterback.”
My friend Sam completed his graduation and was looking for a job , in every interview he was answered that he is a tyro and was rejected.
Because I am a tyro at English, I often mispronounce words native speakers of English have no problem with.

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Screen Shot 2017-05-25 at 1.18.28 PM Meaning: (of a person or action) showing a lack of experience, wisdom, or judgement. Or (of a person) natural and unaffected; innocent.
To call people naive (nah-EEV’) is to imply that they have not learned the ways of the world, and are therefore idealistic and trusting beyond the point of safety; such idealism and trust have probably come from ignorance or inexperience. ·
He checked himself, fearing to seem naive, yet he felt an irresistible desire to show his friend as soon as possible that he was now a quite different, and better, Pierre than he had been in Petersburg.
Was he mocking her, or did he think she was naive enough to believe his outrageous flattery?

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Chapter I:

Let’s Play Dirty


Chapter II:

Let’s Learn about God


Chapter III:

From Uncultured to Cultured People


Chapter IV:

Experiences do Matter


Chapter V:

Lets Learn About Family


Chapter VI:

What If you Want to Kill Someone


Chapter VII:

Lets Learn About Clever and Cheats


Chapter VIII:

Future Prediction and Foretelling


Chapter IX:

Top Class People- Achievers


Chapter X:

What Do You Fear


Chapter XI:

What Money Does


Chapter XII:

Angels In Disguise


Chapter XIII:

The Official Guide for Condemn


Chapter XIV:

No Human Being is Same


Chapter XV:

Degree of Flattering


Chapter XVI:

Class of Secrecy


Chapter XVII:

Lets Learn Foolish People


Chapter XVIII:

Whatsapp Words


Chapter XIX:

Are You A Braveheart?


Chapter XX:

Bon Appetite


Chapter XXI:



Chapter XXII:

Learn About Bad Tempered People


Chapter XXIII:

The Maniac Episode


Chapter XXIV:

People Are the Craziest Animals!

Chapter XXV:

Magic Of Sounds!

Chapter XXVI:

When Boredom Induces Sleep!

Chapter XXVII:

Smart People

Chapter XXVIII:


Chapter XXIX:

Praising People

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