Premeditated

Think out, plan, preplanned, calculated, prearrange, considered studied, purposive, a measure of forethought and planning.

Something premeditated is planned in advanced and has a purpose behind it. In other words it’s no accident.

A premeditated crime involves careful planning and research before it happens.

A premeditated crime is planned or thought about before it is done. Premeditated definition is done deliberately, planned in advance.

Willful

Deliberately. Intentional, intended. Done on purpose. Purposeful, knowing, “The willful destruction of property”.

Adjective : Referring to acts which are intentional, conscious and directed toward achieving a purpose. Some willful conduct which has wrongful or unfortunate results is considered.

Willful means deliberate or stubborn. Synonyms are done deliberately or intentionally.

The definition of willful is someone or something that does what they want or something done on purpose.

Voluntary

Optional, elective, non-mandatory, not required, open, open to choice, up to individual.

2. Working, done or maintained without payment. Volunteer. “She spent some time doing voluntary work”.

Malaysia’s voluntary uniform unit”. Voluntary actions or activities are done because someone chooses to do them and not because they have been forced to do them and they done or work for not paid and free of charged.

Stalls

Kiosk, a stand booth or compartment for the sale of goods, usually in a market or large covered area. “Fruit and vegetable stalls”.

A large table or a small shop with an open front from which goods are sold in a public place.

2. “The flood had swept away the stalls by the roadside”. If your car stalls, it comes to a stop, when you want a horse to a stop, you put him in a stall or small enclosure inside a barn.

The word stall implies stopping something that will start again. “A horse will leave the stall eventually and start moving, a stalled car can be restarted.

Raise

Synonyms as attractive, interesting or a favorable response. An appeal is an attempt to raise money  for a charity or for a good cause.

To increase, strength of, to up, upraise, lever up, move to a higher position, up the level, to rise, “He raised the volume of his voice slightly”.

To cause something to increase or become bigger, better or higher. “The government plan to raise taxes”.

How do you use raise in a sentence? Example sentences are “He raised his hand to ask a question”. “Don’t raise your voice around the children”. “We are trying to raise money for charity”.

To lift something to a higher position, to make an amount or level go up, to cause or help to rise to a standing position. The If you raise your daughter, you “bring her up” from childhood to adulthood.

Raise and rise are similar in form and meaning but different in grammatical. If you raise something, you move it so that it is in a higher position.

Although similar in form and meaning, rise and raise differ in grammatical use. raise is almost always used transitively.

Used chiefly

Definition of vase. : a usually round vessel of greater depth than width used chiefly as an ornament or for holding flowers.

You use chiefly to indicate that a particular reason, emotion, method, or feature is the main or most important one.

Chiefly definition is – most importantly : principally, especially. used chiefly as a direction or description.

mainly, in the main, primarily, principally, predominantly, above all, mostly, for the most part, first and foremost, especially, particularly, essentially, substantially. mainly. Or more than for any other reason or  mostly.

Present indefinite

The simple present is a verb tense with two main uses. We use the simple present tense when an action is happening right now, or when it happens regularly (or unceasingly, which is why it’s sometimes called present indefinite).

The simple present (also called present simple or present indefinite) is a verb tense which is used to show repetition, habit or generalization.

Less commonly, the simple present can be used to talk about scheduled actions in the near future and, in some cases, actions happening now.

The simple present tense is used in exclamatory sentences beginning with here and there to express what is actually happening in the present.

The simple present tense is used to talk about future events that are part of a fixed timetable. The next flight is at 6:30 tomorrow morning.

The tense that is used to refer to events, actions, and conditions that are happening all the time or exist now.

MS175 present tense

Unit 1 : ms 175 PRESENT TENSE. Study the form of verbs in the table and main focus present tense.

Simple English part 3, present tense instruction.

Present simple is be, to the present participle is being, for past simple’s was or were and past participle is been. (manythings.org).

Present Simple be sentences:
a) You seem to be an honest man.
b) Be careful about what you eat.
c) I’ll be back in a few minutes.
d) I might be a few minutes late.
e) It is clear what must be done.
f) When will the concert be held?
g) The rumor turned out to be true.
h) What time will dinner be served?
i) Don’t be afraid to ask questions.
j) I’m sure, I’ll be able to find it.