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Excellent, Excellent, Excellency, You(r) Excellency

Excellent, Excellent, Excellency, You(r) Excellency
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What should you do in order to be addressed as ‘Your Excellency’? You may need to be an heir to a royal or monarch, or you can hold a position in diplomatic service or in a high-level position of a country (sovereign nation state), you will be addressed with the honour of Excellency.

What should you do in order to be addressed as ‘Your Excellency’? You may need to be an heir to a royal or monarch, or you can hold a position in diplomatic service or in a high-level position of a country (sovereign nation state), you will be addressed with the honour of Excellency.

Excellent is an adjective: you are an excellent person. Excellent means someone who is outstanding, extremely good, of very high quality

Where do you get excellent gadgets … online or offline shops?

How to get excellent ideas? Excellent ideas for innovations occur as a result of encounters with people, experience and education.

Facebook is a social media website of excellence: it is excellent because it helps to connect with many people at a time (and it can also steal your time: your excellent time there means someone else is making money of your presence).

In spoken language, excellent is uttered to signify approval of something or someone. It means great: ‘How is life?’ ‘Excellent. It cannot get better than this’.

Excellent is excellent: there is nothing better than that. When you describe someone as excellent, that is enough: no need to add a qualifying adverb of degree like almost, nearly, quite, very, more … excellent.

Excellence is a noun. Barack Obama was a mark of excellence when he was the US President. Excellence means the quality of being outstanding and extremely good.

Institutions that keep the students’ at the heart of their policy, end up as institutions for excellence.

Artistes aim for excellence of the performances.

Artists strive for producing excellent works: painting, sculpture, music.

Some countries are renowned for excellence in some aspects: Cuba for sports. Switzerland is excellent in manufacturing wrist-watches.

Excellently is an adverb: You read excellently.

Excellency is a noun. It is used with the pronouns Your Excellency, His Excellency, Her Majesty’s Excellency, Her Excellency the Ambassador of India in Portugal …

“A truly elegant taste is generally accompanied with excellency of heart.” –Henry Fielding

Excellency is an honorific title addressed to people holding positions in the affairs of a state such as the executive heads of countries, aristocrats and royalty.

Excellency is a title given to high officials of a state or a country especially those in the diplomatic service such as to ambassadors and high commissioners.

When holding a conversation with a person of high-standing, Your Excellency is uttered, and in second person as ‘His Excellency the American Ambassador is in North Korea’.

In formal communications, letters and conversations, ambassadors or high commissioners, aristocrats and their heirs are addressed as ‘Your Excellency’…

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