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 Their Meaning
Like we have always done in our vocabulary class, where we learn new words, be ready to enjoy today’s class.
In order to further appreciate these words, spell out each letter loudly before pronouncing the words alongside their meaning.
New Words And Their Meaning
- Consequences: An unpleasant or unwelcome result of an action
- Decide: Choose out of several alternatives
- Discover: Find something unexpectedly or during a search.
- Enormous: Something big or huge
- Explore: Learn about something or inquire about a subject in detail.
- Grumpy: Someone who is bad-tempered and irritable
- Ignore: Fail to consider something important
- Investigate: Carry out an inquiry to discover and examine facts to establish the truth
- Jealous: Feeling protective of one’s right or possession
- Leader: An individual who commands a group, country, or an organization
- Lovely: Extremely beautiful or attractive
- Miserable: Unhappy or uncomfortable
- Mumble: Say something quietly and make it difficult for others to hear
- Negative: Refuse to accept or reject something
- Nervous: Easily agitated or alarmed
- Notice: Observing a fact or paying attention to something
- Opposite: Completely different from something
- Precious: Something of great value which needs to be treated carelessly
I hope today’s new words will help you improve your vocabulary and increase your knowledge in understanding the words used in your sentences.
Use your personal words to give meaning to the new words learned in today’s class.
Read a comprehension passage on the importance of education in society and write out as many new words as you can find.
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 by focusing on Newspaper Reading.
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