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Daily Pronunciation - narcissistic
Today's word is "narcissistic". This is an adjective which means having too much love or admiration of oneself.
For example, you can say, "My sister-in law is a very narcissistic person. She checks her make-up and hair every 30 minutes with a mirror.
English Pronunciation Lesson - negligent
Today's word is negligent. This is an adjective which means lazily careless.
For example, you can say, Her negligent behavior resulted in her little brothers broken arm; she hadn't been watching him closely enough.



Daily Pronunciation - nemesis
Today's word is "nemesis". This is a noun which means an enemy or a rival.
For example, you can say, "In comic books, almost every hero has his or her own nemesis."
English Pronunciation Lesson - nonchalant
Today's word is nonchalant. This is an adjective which means coolly unconcerned.
For example, you can say, His nonchalant nature was very frustrating to her; he just didn't seem to care what she thought.


 

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