Welcome to today’s class!!
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In today’s English class, we will be learning about New Words And Their Meaning
Like we always do in our vocabulary class, where we learn new words, be ready to enjoy today’s class.
New Words And Their Meaning
Take a look at each word and spell each letter out loud before pronouncing them.
Denigrate -belittle someone
Didactic -instructive with a moral intent
Disparate -of a distinct kind
Eclectic -deriving the best ideas and styles from a diverse range of sources
Egregious -reprehensible or outrageously bad
Embezzlement -misappropriation of funds.
Enervate -lacking in vitality or mentally/ morally drained.
Ephemeral– lasting for a short duration
Equanimity -maintaining balance in stressful situations
Fatuous – lack of intelligence
Gratuitous -uncalled for or unwarranted
Iconoclast -someone who criticizes or attacks cherished ideas and beliefs
Incumbent -something that is morally binding
In summary, when learning new words, it is important that you stick to the rules. Remember to spell out each letter before pronouncing the words; also do not forget to practice the words by including them in your day to day conversations.
Construct a sentence each using the new words learned in today’s class.
Read a comprehension passage on the role of family 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 about Words of Similar Meaning.
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