New Words And Meaning

Welcome to today’s class!!

We are excited to have you join our class!!

In today’s English class, we will be learning about New Words And Meaning.

Take a look at each word and spell each letter out loud before pronouncing them.

new words and meaning

New Words And Meaning




  • Facade
    the front of a building


  • Functional
    designed for or capable of a particular use


  • Harass   

  harass spelling
annoy continually or painfully


  •  Incessantly
    without interruption


  •  Investment
    laying out money or capital in a company


  •  Jovial
    full of or showing high-spirited happiness


  •  Lethargy
    inactivity; showing an unusual lack of energy


  •  Municipal
    relating to a self-governing area


  •  Onset
    the beginning or early stages


  • Progress
    the act of moving forward, as toward a goal


  • Requirement
    necessary activity


  •  Sentence
    a group of words expressing a complete thought. 


  • Sham
    something that is not what it seems to be


  •  Stamina
    enduring strength and energy


  •  Supplemental
    functioning in a supporting capacity


  •  Underlying
    in the nature of something though not readily seen


  •  Unfettered
    not bound or restrained, as by shackles and chains


  •  Feasibility
    the quality of being doable


  •  Tract
    an extended area of land


  •  Infirm
    lacking bodily or muscular strength or vitality


I hope today’s new words have helped  improve your vocabulary and increased your knowledge in understanding the words used in your English sentences. Remember, the more you practice these words, the better you become.



Construct a sentence each using the new words learned in today’s class. 


Reading Assignment

Read a passage about the uses of water and write out as many new words as you can find. 


Weekend Assignment

Use your personal dictionary to identify 10 new words and their meaning.


We hope you enjoyed today’s class. In our next class, we will be learning about Indefinite Pronouns. 

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