LEARN 200 WORDS STARTING WITH THE LETTER ATO Z 3 EASY STEPS TO MASTER IT.
COURSE OVERVIEW THIS COURSE IS MEANT FOR STUDENTS PLANNING TO APPEAR FOR THE TOEFL,IELTS,SAT,GRE EXAMS OR ANYONEWHO WISHES TO IMPROVE THEIR ENGLISH VOCABULARY IN THE NEXT 3 MONTHS.
WHY IS LEARNING VOCABULARY IMPORTANT? THIS COURSE WILL DEALWITH WORDS FROM THE LETTERA TO Z. EACH LESSON WILL COVER 20 WORDS. SO FROM LESSON I 10 INTHE LETTER "A" YOUWILL BUILD 200 WORDS TO YOURVOCABULARY PYRAMID YOU WILL GAIN 5200 WORDSAT THE END OFTHIS COURSE YOU WILL BE ABLE TO BUILD YOUR STRENGTH IN RECOGNIZINGAND READING WORDS YOU MAY ALSO RECOGNIZE VARIOUS VVEAKNESSES IN PRONUNCIATION OFTHE WORD OR IN ITS PARTICULAR USAGE OR EXPRESSION
What Is Involved in Knowing a Word? ASPECT COMPONENT RECEPTIVE KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTIVE KNOWLEDGE FORM SPOKEN WHAT DOES THE WORD SOUND LIKE? HOW IS THE WORD PRONOUNCED? WHAT DOES THE WORDHOW IS THE WORD LOOK LIKE? WRITTEN WRITTENAND SPELLED? WHAT PARTS ARE RECOGNIZABLE IN THIS WORD? WHAT MEANING DOES THIS WHAT WORD FORM CAN BE WORD FORM SIGNAL? WHAT WORD PARTS ARE NEEDED TO EXPRESS THE MEANING? WORD PARTS MEANING FORM AND MEANING USED TO EXPRESS THIS MEANING? USE GRAMMATICAL FUNCTIONS IN WHAT PATTERNS DOES IN WHAT PATTERNS MUST THE WORD OCCUR? PEOPLE USE THIS WORD?
About me . Salma Khader B. S. Communications . Taught Spoken English & Business Communications Taught Spoken English & Business Communications Love to travel, read books and grow my own food . For comments, suggestions, feedback write to me at https://unacademy.com/user/amlask2000-9629
LESSON 20 WORDS Read 3 Easy steps to learn it Define Use in a Sentence
ABERRATION ADAGE . A wise saying A temporary change from the typical or usual way of behaving In a sentence: I'm sorry I'm late I had a mental aberration and forgot we had a meeting today . In a sentence: . I'm sorry 'm late - I had a mental He remembered the old adage "Look before you leap"
ADROIT (AD) ADDUCE (VERB) To give reasons why you think something very skillful and quick in the way you think or move. is true. . She became adroit at dealing with difficult None of the evidence adduced in court questions was conclusive.
ADDLE ADMONISH (VERB) (VERB) To make someone feel confused and unable to think clearly. . To tell someone that they have done something wrong. think my brain's been addled by the heat! His mother admonished him for eating too quickly.
ADULATE ADVENTITIOUS (VERB) (AD]) To admire or praise someone very much, Not expected or planned especially when this is more than is deserved The boxer was convicted of murder and yet is adulated by many. The weird-looking plant is adventitious and not native to this country
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